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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1948)
Due On Parking
Traffic rules on the campus—
especially those concerning student
parking—will be strictly enforced
fall term, I. I. Wright, physical
plant superintendent announced
"We realize that many students
have autos,” he said, "but they all
simply won’t fit on the campus.”
The University has graveled Fiji
lot for student parking, Wright
stressed, and part of the parking
lot on the Erb Memorial site has
been reserved for students.
Parking areas by Johnson and
Villard halls are restricted and are
NOT available available for stu
dent parking, he continued. Other
taboo spots are East 13th between
University and Alder streets, and
driveways along the heating and
“We don’t like to give students
tickets,” Wright emphasized, "and
we hope that they will remove any
necessity by cooperating with the
Of UO Buildings
Progress in the construction on
four new campus buildings—Villard
annex, the women’s'dormitory, the
physical plant warehouse, and the
new music building, was described
by physical plant superintendent, I.
I. Wright yesterday.
First to be completed, the new
physical plant located north of the
Millrace will be ready for use later
this term. The two story building
will house the physical plant, ware
house and storeroom.
Villuril Ready by Winter
The Villard annex auditorium
should be completed by fall 1949.
The new theatre will seat 420. The
interior of villard hall is being re
modeled for the use of the speech,
drama and radio department and
should be ready for use Winter
term. The second floor will include
radio classrooms and a studio. The
first floor will be used for speech
clinics, classrooms and offices. A
small practice theater, dressing,
sewing and wardrobe rooms will be
built in Villard’s basement.
Scheduled to be opened next fall,
the new five story women’s dormi
tory will provide living accomoda
tions for 333 University women.
Each floor will be arranged in liv
ing units for 20 women, with a large
study room, five double bedrooms,
and a kitchenette.
New Music Studios
The new music building should
be ready by winter term, Wright
said. Administration offices, nine
studios, a classroom, a research
room, and a composition room will
be located on the first floor. The
second story will house nine more
studios, a class room and a choral
room. A covered passageway will
connect the new building with the
Another step toward the Erb me
morial building will be accomplish
ed with the removal of the Johnson
and the Sheldon houses from the
Union's site. The houses will bo
moved east of Hayward field and
will be used for women’s coopera
Chairmen to Meet
Social chairmen are to meet with
Dean Golcia P. Wickham Monday at
■4 p.m. in Alumni hall, Gerlinger, to
select the dates of house dances. No
alternate representatives may be j
sent to the meeting.
'Now Here's a Queen'
Gathered around their 1948 Oregana, upperclassmen help pledges find
their blind dates for the “Hello” dance tonight. The photographer
caught these Oregon men in the familiar pre-dance pose Friday after
noon. Freshmen pictured said they hope to have more recognizable
photographs in the 1949 Oregana, which is being ordered by students
this week. (Nuttman Photo)
Numerous Activities Slated for
Oregana Open House Tuesday
So “the campus can take a peek,”
the Oregana staff is arranging an
open house at their office Tuesday
Planned from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., it
will feature entertainment by the
Phi Psi trio, refreshments, demon
strations of layout work on the
yearbook, and a "tour” across the
office’s bulletin board.
Prospective business and edit
orial workers for the 1949 Oregana
will be interviewed at the open
house. Staff members stressed that
all students and faculty members,
not just freshmen, are invited to
visit the Oregana’s home.
The office is located in the north
west corner of McArthur court on
the balcony. On display during the
evening will be several pieces of
artwork by Ed Cauduro, art editor
of the 1949 yearbook. He has asked
that students interested in doing
artwork for the book be present.
Oreganas from previous years
will be exhibited along with year
books from other colleges and uni
versities, especially those on the
Orders for the 1949 book, to be
distributed next spring, will be
taken at the open house for students
who didn’t place orders during reg
Interviews Next Week l
Also planned for next week by
the Oregana staff are interviews of
students who wish to work on the
editorial or business sides of the
publication this year.
Editorial interviews will be con
ducted in the office from 11 to 12
noon, 1 to 5 p.m. and at the open
house Tuesday from 3 to 5 Wednes
day; and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday evening and afternoon
from 3 to 5 p.m., business inter
views will be conducted. Students
interested in doing artwork for the
1949 Oregana should bring samples
of their work, according to upper
Reed College Man Appointed
Associate Dean Of Grad School
Dr. Raymond T. Ellickson, from
Reed College will be the new grad
uate school associate dean and pro
fessor of physics at the University
of Oregon. He will join the staff on
September 1, in a position that will
place him in 1949 at the head of
the university physics department
when Dr. A. E. Caswell retires.
The young scientist is a North
Dakotan. He received his baccalau
reate degree in 1935 from Reed Col
lege and his master's from Oregon
State College in 1936. He then went
east and in 1938 was awarded his
doctor of philosophy degree from
the University of Chicago. His
fields of study, undergraduate as
well as graduate, were in physics,
mathematics and chemistry.
Following his academic work in
1938 he went to the Polytechnic
Institute of Brooklyn as an instruc- |
tor in physics. He was advanced
to assistant professor in 1942 and in
1946 came west to become an as
sociate professor of physics at
Reed. His advancement to depart
ment head and professor of phys
ics was recently announced.
In addition to educational work
Dr. Ellicksen has also carried on
extensive research work. During
the summer of 1941 he was a re
search engineer with United Air
craft. In 1943 he did research work
for RCA Communication, held a
Radiation Laboratory contract, and
did work for the U. S. Signal Corps.
From 1944 to 1946 he did work
with the Office of Scientific Re
search and Development, and dur
ing the past two years has done
work under the Office of Naval Re
search. In 1946 he was invited to
EUGENE TRANSFER & STORAGE
Name (pos.) c,ass
Gene Gillespie (H) ... So(ph.
Bob Easter (H) ..-.SoPh
DeWayift Johnson (H)** .Jun
Joe Tom (Q) .Soph.
Dick Morrison (H) . Soph.
Earl Stelle (Q) ... SoPh
Ben Holcomb (Q)* . ®en
Norm Van Brocklin (Q)*.Jun
George Bell (H)** . **un
Woodley Lewis (H) . Jun
Jim Aiken Jr. (H) ..Sen.
Bob Oas (H)** . Jun
Keith DeCourcey (H)*.Sen
Ken Maine (F) ..... Soph.
Jack Countryman (H) .Soph.
Johnny McKay (H) .v. Jun.
Tommy Hines (H) . Jun.
Bob Sanders (F)* .Jun.
Ray Lung (G) . Jun .
Bud Boqua (F) . Soph.
Brad Ecklund (C)** . Sen.
Jim Berwick iG)*.Sen.
Dave Gibson (C) . Soph.
John, Ryan (C) . Soph.
Bill Marker (G) . Soph.
Bus Newcomer (G) . Jun.
Ed Chrobot (G)* . Jun.
Ted‘Meland (G)** .... Sen.
Dick Patrick (C) . Soph.
Larry Hull (G) . Soph.
Oscar Lemiere (G) . Jun.
Chet Daniels (G) Soph.
Sam Nevills (G) ... Jun.
J. D. McCowan (T)*.Jun.
Gus Knickrehm (T) . Soph.
Don Stanton (T)** . Sen.
Norm Yatchmenoff (T) . Jun.
Steve Dotur (T)* .. Jun.
Bob Roberts (T)* .,.Jun.
Dick Wilkins (E) . Sen.
Bob Anderson (E)* . Soph.
Darrell Robinson (E)* .Jun.
Wayne Bartholemy (E)** . Sen.
Lou Robinson (E-T)* . Jun.
Les Hagen (E) .... Jun.
Dan Garza (E)** . Sen.
Dick Mobley (E) . Soph.
Doug Coghill (E) . Soph.
Hal Cuff el (H) . Soph.
Keith Moore (F) . Sqph.
Walt Henders (F) .Jun.
Win Wright (E).Sen.
John Arnold (G) ... Soph.
Denotes letters won at Oregon.
give a paper ueiure une symposium
on Luminescent Materials at Cor
Dr. Ellickson’s work in the Uni
versity will he divided, with part
spent in administrative work in
the graduate school and the re
mainder spent in active teaching
in the physics department.
An informal supper and get-to
gether meeting will be held Sunday
at the Congregational church Ply
mouth club. The group will meet
at 5 p.m., and all Congregational
students and their friends are in
vited to attend.
To the downtown cafe that has been the
meeting place of students for 20 years.
You'll find good food and a friendly
atmosphere and meet your friends. We
cash small checks for your convenience.