Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 05, 1948, Page 7, Image 7

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    iSfewburn Endorses Disciplinary
Group Change/ With Revisions
More responsibility within living
organizations and improved qual
ity of campus politics have been
recommended by President Harry
K. Newburn before any revision of
the student disciplinary commit
tee is planned.
President Newburn’s opinion
was asked by sophomore represen
tative of the ASUO executive
council, Art Johnson, because of
3 suggestion by the faculty senate.
Early in April, the ASUO exec
utive council submitted a recom
mendation to revise the student
disciplinary committee to the fac
ulty senate. The recommendation
asked that a board of seven upper
division undergraduates, advised
by one faculty member, replace the
present committee. Seven faculty
members and three student mem
bers make up the committee now.
• More Discussion Neede
Then the faculty senate, in a let
ter written by chairman Dean Or
lando J. Hollis, decided that re
drafting and more discussion were
deeded before such a recommenda
tion could be accepted. They
thought such revision of the dis
ciplinary committee would create
many problems and would not be
The senate requested that re
vised plans be discussed with the
student disciplinary committee and
President Newburn for the purpose
of redrafting them.
Johnson conferred with Presi
dent Newburn and the results
have been submitted in a letter to
the faculty senate.
Commended Interest
, According to the letter, Dr.
Eugene Named
Eugene has been selected as cen
tral control station for the south
ern area of an Electronics War
fare company, according to infor
mation from Seattle.
A voluntary organization, the
tompany will not require compul
sory attendance or commitments
to the Navy. Equipment is already
set up in Eugene, but Radiomen,
strikers, and ETM’s are Heed
Ames Hendrickson will answer
questions concerning the company
between 4 and 5 in Room 107, Ore
gon, this week.
YM-YW to Hold
Coffee Hour
The campus YWCA and YMCA
n conjunction with Friendly house
ire inviting all foreign students
ind American students to a coffee
lour at 4 Wednesday at Friendly
“The idea is to introduce the for
eign students to Friendly house as
1 place to spend free time, meet
American students and feel at
home,” said Marjorie Petersen,
ehairman of the foreign students
committee of the YWCA.
Friendly house is located at 11th
and Ferry streets.
The pessimist wonders how
they'll write a peace treaty after
the next war.
Haircuts for . ..
Mothers Day
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Close to the Campus
Newburn commended the interest
shown by the council's considera
tion of this matter. He emphasized
the need for close cooperation be
tween students and faculty. His
conference with Representative
Johnson also resulted in sugges
tions for ways in which more re
sponsibility could be assumed in
student government.
This student government could
logically end in such a revision of
the student disciplinary commit
tee as was proposed by the execu
tive council, according to Presi
dent Newburn.
The ASUO executive council has
asked for a definite statement of
the faculty senate's opinion con
cerning the revision.
Library Friends
Invited to Meal
The annual dinner meeting of the
Association of Patrons and Friends
of the University library will be
held May 8, at the Osburn hotel at
6:30 p.m.
Dr. Hoyt Trowbridge, professor
of English at the University and
chairman of the committee on cur
ricular revision in the college of
liberal arts, will speak on “The
University and Its Library.”
Martin Schmitt, curator of spe
cial collections, will tell of his ac
tivities in collecting materials for
the Oregon collection of the library,
and show slides of the Lee Moor
house collection of early Oregon
Outstanding gifts will be named
by Miss Bernice Rise, readers’ con
sultant and circulation librarian,
and she will also speak on the house
library organization, and the Jo*
sephine Evans Harpham award.
Reservations for the dinner
should be made with the Univer
sity librarian, Ext. 572, by Thurs
day, May 6. Visitors will be wel
come, and formal dress is optional.
Brown Appointed
Dewey's Manager
Gene Brown, senior In law, has
been appointed chairman of the
Oregon Veterans-for-Dewoy com
mittee, announced Ralph D.
Moores, manager of the Dewey
campaign in Oregon. Wilbur Craig,
senior in liberal arts, was appoint
ed third vice-chairman of the
Other officers of the committee
include: William A. Meeks of Sweet
Home, first vice-chairman, and Da
vid McCurrach of Portland, second
During the war, Brown was a
major in the paratroops and was
one of the most-decorated veter
ans in Oregon. He was in the Bat
tle of the Bulge, Bastogne, Nor
mandy, Holland, the Rhineland and
other areas in central Europe. He
was wounded four times, holds the
Purple Heart with three oak clus
ters, the bronze star with two clus
ters, the Militare Wilhelms from
Holland, the Croix de Guerre from
Belgium, and the British Parachute
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