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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1948)
To PNCC Meet
Warren Miller and Bob Allen,
University delegates to the third
annual Pacific Northwest College
congress, are now on the Whitman
college campus in Walla Walla,
Washington. The four-day confer
ence will continue until March 6. |
Paul S. Dull, assistant professor j
of political science and history and
faculty representative to PNCC,
will be moderator for the little as
sembly section of the congress.
Main speakers at the meeting in
clude Olav Paus-Grunt, Norwegian
chief of the educational division of
UNESCO, and Charles Leigh
Wheeler, San Francisco business
man. This year’s congress is spon
sored by Whitman college and the
Walla Walla Rotary club.
The congress was originated
three years ago in Portland. Stu
dent representatives are sent to
the United Nations with resolutions
adopted at the congress and ap
proved by students at the home
colleges. The idea of such a con
gress has since spread to other sec
tions of the nation.
The Oregon Journal is sponsor
ing this year, as before, a contest
for the best news coverage of the
congress by college papers.
University delegates will bring
back the resolutions adopted at
PNCC and students will be given;
an opportunity to discuss and vote j
on them. The UN representatives i
will be chosen on the basis of the j
vote at each school.
Thirty-seven colleges, ranging!
from Alaska to southern Oregon to j
Montana, have sent delegates to1
Walla Walla. Section meetings in
clude discussions on: enforcement
of UN decision: responsibility of
public information, UNSCO, and
the little assembly.
Wheeler will speak at the meet
ing on the Marshall plan on the
subject, ‘‘A Business Man Looks at
the Marshall Plan.”
Sam McKinney, copy desk editor
Jo Rawlins, editor
If Ed Wachter, Troy, N. Y., rec
reation superintendent, has his
way the stringbean basketball
players won’t have it so soft
hereafter. He points to a basket
hung the way he thinks it should
be—five inches higher and 20
inches from the backboard in
stead of six, thus eliminating a
lot of rebound possibilities and
requiring greater accuracy.
An informal discussion of Chris
tian life and concrete ways in
which it may be attained will be
held in the YMCA lounge this Sun
day, when the Christian fellowship
meets. The fellowship is sponsored
by the First Christian church, and
advised by Dean Victor P. Morris
of the school of business adminis
Discussion will start at 6:15 p.m.
following an outline prepared for
each participant. Students desiring
to know more about the Christian
faith are invited. Refreshments
will be served.
796 E 11th Ph. 4789
A Lecture on Christian Science
Logical and Practical Religion
Archibald Carey, C.S.B., of Detroit, Michigan,
Member of the Board of Lectureship of The
Mother Church, The First Church of Christ,
Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts.
will be held in
Friday, March 5, 1948
8:00 p, M.
All interested in Christian Science and connected
with the University, are cordially invited to attend.
An out-of-state tour by Jim Ai
ken, football coach, John Warren,
basketball coach, and Les Ander
son, alumni secretary, will begin
Sunday when they leave for Los
They will meet with active al
umni chapters at the Beverly Hills
club in Los Angeles Tuesday, and
the San Francisco Century club,
Friday, March 12.
Anderson said yesterday, “We’re
going to start several active alum
ni chapters.” The new groups will
be organized Monday in San Diego
at a dinner planned by Alfred Ed
wards, ’31, and Friday in Sacra
mento with assistance by Earle
Speeches by the coaches and a
movie, "Oregon Football High
lights of 1947” are planned for each
meeting. The movie was made by
the athletic department and alum
ni association. Anderson said it in
cludes “outstanding football plays
of last season.” It was made pri
marily to show before alumni
The group will spend a week in
Eugene between their return from
California on March 13 and a trip i
On Infirmary List
Eleven persons are listed on the
infirmary roster this week. They
are: Gloria Merten, Alicia Orcutt,.
Martha Smiley, Beverly Pitman,
Joseph Meier, Richard Hawes, Ma
mie Chan, Jimmy Myers, Wayne
Ferguson, Neville Johansen, Elmer
through Washington beginning
En route to Seattle, Anderson,
Warren, and Aiken will be guests
at luncheons in Kelso and Longview
on March 22. Aiken is scheduled to
speak at a high school assembly in
Bremerton on March 24.
Dinner at the Town and Country
club with the Seattle alumni group
is also planned.
at . . .
Every Saturday Night
FREDDY YAHNS ORCH
Phone Spf. 8326
For table reservation
Our next attraction
Henry King, Fri., Mar. 12
Scheduled Tonight ' t
The Amphibians, girls’ swim
ming club, will take part in the
last half of the telegraphic swim
meet tonight at 7 p. m., in Ger
Between events there will be an
exhibition of diving by Lottie Bur
ger, and a demonstration of syn
chronized swimming. Admission
. . . and it’s quick to fix!
Soft-as silk blended angora and wool sweaters . . . whites
and pinks—short sleeved pullovers and long sleeved
cardigans. Just arrived in all sizes.
KART LARSEN — PAULINE BURRHJ
1080 Willamette Telephone 3121