Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 20, 1948, Page 7, Image 7

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    Miss Bernice Rise Organizes Literary Club
A new club for persons with lit
erary interests is being formed un
der the sponsorship of Miss Ber
nice Rise, circulation librarian and
reading consultant of the library.
Patterned after the general ex
tension division’s lecture series on
“Great Books,” the club will spon
sor lectures and discussions of
books which have had great im
pact upon modern thought. These
lectures will be by members of the
faculty and other interested per
Acting chairman of the new or
ganization is Charles R. Hansard,
president of McChesney hall and
chairman of the book buying com
mittee of the house librarians. He
will also act as moderator for the
initial discussions.
Wednesday at 4 p.m. an organi
zational meeting will be held in the
browsing room if the library. All
those interested in promoting a
program of this sort should attend.'
and Miss Rise expressed the hope
that all living organizations would
be represented.
Noon Discussion luncheon at
Westminster house.
Noon: YWCA cabinet meeting at
the YMCA.
2 p.m.: Oregana pictures of Em
erald staff members at the Shack.
3:15: Oregana pictures of Pig
gers’ Guide staff at the Oregana
4 p.m.: Pi Delta Phi meeting in
205 Friendly to elect new members.
4 p.m.: Old Oregon solicitors’
staff meeting in the Old Oregon
6:30 p.m.: Phi Theta Upsilon
meeting at the Pi Phi house.
6:45 p.m.: Newman club in
7 p.m.: ISA senate meeting in
105 Commerce.
7:30 p.m.: Meeting of World
Government and High Cost of Liv
ing symposium groups in 107
7:30 p.m.: Camera club meeting
in the women’s lounge of Gerlinger.
Those interested in joining are in
vited to attend.
7:30 p.m.: Hillel meeting, alumVii
hall, Gerlinger.
7:45 p.m. Christian Science or
ganization testimonial meeting in
'the YWCA.
8 p.m.: International Relations
club meeting at the YMCA.
8:30 p.m.: Christian Science mon
itor group meetintg in room 204 of
the library.
9 p.m.: Bible class at Westmin
Since colonial days, approxi
mately 400 terms to describe be
ing drank have been used in this
country. Among the many no
longer heard are bungey, nimtop
sical, cherry-merry and "as stiff
as a ringbolt.”
New Camera Club
Invites Students
An appeal for new members was
made Monday by Dave Cole, pres
ident of the newly organized Cam
era club. Cole asked that those in
terested in joining attend the meet
ing to be held tonight at 7:30 in the
women’s lounge at Gerlinger hall.
He also outlined the purposes of the
club and plans for the year.
The club was formed by and for
students interested in learning var
ious aspects of photography. Meet
ings are held the first and third
Tuesdays of each month in the
women’s lounge at Gerlinger.
Tentatively slated for the year is
a university-wide photograph con
test; a salon at which work of the
group will be exhibited and field
trips. It is hoped that lecturers
may be obtained throughout the
year to explain various photograph
ic functions.
Instrumental in organizing the
group, which is only two meetings
old, has been V. S. Fogdall, assist
ant dean of men. Adviser is W. S.
Hayden, associate professor of ar
Ski Movie Showing
Set for Wednesday
Two ski movies, “Classic of Ski
ing—Norway” and “Ski in the Val
ley of the Saints,” will be shown
Wednesday night at 7:30, in 207
Chapman hall.
Shown in natural color “Ski in
the Valley of the Saints” presents
pictures of the ski trails in the
Laurentian Hills in Canada. "Clas
sic of Skiing—Norway” is narrated
by Lowell Thomas.
The permanent constitution of
the Confederacy turned out to be
a frank adaptation of the Consti
tution of the United States.
Attention Ducks!
Send in the subscription blank now, so a single issue
wont, be missed.
Emerald Business Office
$4.00 a school year — $2.00 a term
BA Professor
Writes Article
"Sensitivity of Income Payments
in Oregon,” one of a series of ar
ticles by Orin K. Burrell, profes
sor of business administration in
the University of Oregon, will ap
pear in the January issue of the
Oregon Business Review.
The articles are part of a study
being made by faculty members
of the university for the legisla
tive interim committee for the
study of highway, road, and street
need?, revenue, and taxation.
Burrell is also autho- an ar
ticle scheduled to appear soon in
Commercial and Financial Chron
icle, a weekly magazine of invest
ment and finance. Title of the dis
sertation is "The Market Effect
of the Payment of a Large Ac
crued Divident—A Study in Eco
nomic Behavior.”
Books, Supplies
Billing Explained
In contradiction to the statement
in last week's Emerald that all
books and supplies purchased at
tfie Co-op must be signed by a de
partment head, a corrected explan
ation has been made. Mrs. Gerda
Brown, executive assistant in
charge of vet’s billing stated that
only books and supplies authorized
by the faculty must bear a depart
mental signature in addition to
their own.
Ad Staff
Day Manager
Asst. Day Manager:
Layout Manager:
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Ex-Oregon Gridder
Ends Army Tour
Major Raymond J. Morse, Uni
versity of Oregon graduate in 1935,
his wife and children are sched
uled to leave Japan for the United
States in the near future on the
completion of his overseas tour.
Major Morse coached the Fifth
air force football team (Turing the
1947 season and lead the team to a
seventh place spot in the ten team
American football league race.
Acclaimed All-American end in
19S4 for his nutstanding playing
on the Oregon eleven, Morse later
played five years of professional
football with the Detroit Lions.
It was with this team that Morse
journeyed to Japan for the pur
pose of playing exhibition games
for the Japanese in 1935.
Morse coached service teams at
Moffett field, Calif., and at Ran
dolph field, Texas. Last year as
coach of the Yokota air base "At
tn.. ke:s" "his team captured the.
Fa. il'ic air force championship in
the Rice Bowl in Tokyo.
F- -
OSH PA Plans Contest
The Oregon High School Pres#
association will hold its annual
contest beginning February 10, for
the best all-around high school pa
per, for the best paper in a school
of more than 500 enrollment, for
the best paper in a school of fewer
than 500, for the best mimeo
graphed paper (weekly or bi-week
ly), for the best mimeographed
monthly, and for the best school
notes published in a local newspa
The contests are being" sponsored
by the University school of journal
ism and entries are to be sent to
the school. Registration deadline in
midnight February 15.
College Hoop Scores
Kentucky 71, Georgia. Tech 56
Illinois 46, Indiana 45
Wisconsin 49, Purdue 44
Northwestern 68, Marquette 38
Minnesota 72, Iowa 56
Kansas State 61, Iowa. State 42
Whitworth 58, Eastern Wash. 52
College of Idaho 63, I'BC 42
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