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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1948)
Club to Discuss
The future fate of the thousands
of homeless men, women and chil
dren in Europe will be discussed at
the International Relations club
meeting in Urn YMC A-building at 8
The discussion will be led by
John Malik, a political science ma
jor, who spent 17 years in Hun
gary. Malik came to the United
States not long before the country
entered the war, and served in the
army in both the Asiatic and Euro
While in Europe, he was sta
tioned in Hildesheim, in northern
Germany, where over 4000 dis
placed persons were encamped. Be
cause of his on the spot observa
tion of their plight, he is well
aware of the problem which these
people have created.
This is the second of a series of
meetings which the club has sched
uled for the study of international
Issues. The meeting is open to ev
eryone wlio is interested in discuss
ing or learning of a possible solu
tion to this situation.
iCiiib Elects Officers
On January 8 the Spanish club
11 lec'ted the following officers: pres
1 clont, Nancy Sworn: vice-president,
'■ Nan Humphrey; secretary, Salva
iilor Marcias: and treasurer, Janet
! Exchange students from Colum
bia attend the meeting, and Pio
•"’orta, student from Guatemala,
rave a short’talk.
The next meeting will be held in
| .'he alumni room in Gerlinger hall
i on Thursday at 7 p.m.
i Hoop Heads Set Meet
I Basketball managers of women’s
I -muse teams will meet tonight at 7
j m rtoom 121, Gerlinger. They are
requested to bring blank entry
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i Oregon Swimmers
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fer (OSC) third. Time- 1:52.1.
^ 200-Breaststroke Won by Wal
lers (Oi, Van Etten OSC) second,
1 kniburn (Ot third. Time—2:48.7.
440-yard Free Won by Thomp
j.aono (Oi second, Hall (DSC) third.'
400-yard Medley Won by Ore
1 con (Dahlen, Amburn, Weddle,'
| Vannattah Time 4:12.9.
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^ First Draftee Still in Army
In 1940 tens of thousands of American men were glad they weren t
the guy in this picture—No. 158, first man dratted! But Sgt. Elniei
Banks'of Lexington. Ky.. is still in the Army, having re-enlisted.
He’s shown at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa.
Wafer Safefy Head
Open for Campaign
Petitions are now being request
ed for the chairmanship of the
campus water safety campaign,
which operates through the Red
Cross, President Geneva Davis an
nounced yesterday. Petitions for
this position must be turned in to
Miss Davie by Thursday at 4 p.m.
The water safety campaign is or
ganized in cooperation with the
physical education department for
the prevention of accidents and the
promotion of safety measures. Red
Cross life-saving certificates will
also be issued through this cam
( Please turn !,< page two)
came through with a wonderful
Christmas serenade that made
the campus sit up and take no
If you've noticed PiPhi Marilyn
Turner wandering about campus
with a black eye, here is the ex- j
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plana'cion. She got hit in the eye
with the elbow of her date, Sig
Ep Bill Barman at the Sig Ep
house dance Saturday night.
Kappa Sig Joe Canfield has
been' making tracks every week
end between here and Corn Val
ley to see a co-ed named Marge.
SAE Bolt Wallace, chairman of
the forthcoming SENIOR BALL,
has been socing it up with Theta
Joan LaRue of late.
Incidentally, the staid and aus
tere seniors throw this whingding,
known as the SENIOR BALL, ev
ery year, and this one promises
to be a great success—good mu
sic, provided by Dick Jurgens,
and programs are promised by
Kay Sneider to all those early
birds who stroll in before 11:50.
Mr. Wallace insists that the rea
son Jurgens has such a good band
is because he is a Sacramento lad.
Time for a hot cup in the Col
lege Side so see you in print
The ChiOs have two more new
pins — Janet Swint and Delt Bo!)
Coffin and Lynn Russel pinned to
Sigma Chi Bon Cassaway.
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Due Today at5 p.m.
Deadline for petitions from
freshmen seeking nomination on
the Independent ticket is 5 p.m.
today. Petitions, which may be
ared from the office of the dean
of men or women, should be given
to Sue Fernimen, Highland house;
lean Nunn, Gamma hall; or Bob
Davis, Stan Hay hall.
The petitions must be accompan
ied by an eligibility slip and must
be signed by 20 Independent stu
dents. A freshman in order to be
eligible to run must have lesss than
24 hours college credit, must have
attended the University at least
one term, and must have at least a
Candidates will meet with the
organizational committee at 6:30
tonight in room 107 Commerce hall.
Following interviews with the com
mittee, the ISA nominating assem
bly will be held in room 105 Com
To Contact Board
Sophomore women who wish to
be junior advisers to YWCA fresh
men commissions next year are to
contact the Y office as soon as pos
sible, according to Beth Easier,
These women will assist in com
mission work this term and take
an active part in the spring term
Gilmer Turns Pro »
WASHINGTON, Jan. l9__(uP)
—Harry Gilmer, Alabama’s sling,
shot-armed quarterback who led
the Crimson Tide to three post
season bowl games during his col
lege playing days, has signed a
twoyear contract to play with the
Washington Redskins, owner
George Marshall announced today.
Gilmer’s signing, which took
place last night after a conference
with Marshall and Redskin Coach
Turk Edwards, confirmed a United
Press report immediately after Al
abama’s Sugar Bowl game with
Texas, New Year’s day, that he
had agreed to turn professional
The terms of. the contract were
not disclosed, but it was believed
that Gilmer received much less
than the $20,000-a-year salary he
originally had demanded in a five
year, $100,000 agreement.
The only English word that de
notes a unit of speed is knot,
whose meaning covers time as
well as distance.
All classified is payable in advance at ths
rate of four cents a word the first insertion,
two cents a word thereafter at the Emerald
Classified deadline is 4:00 p.m. the day
>rior to publication.
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