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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1948)
Set for 9
First all-campus social event of
the season, the Hello dance, will be
held tonight from 9 to 12 in McAr
thur court. Freddie Yahn and his
13-piece band will supply the music
which will welcome freshmen and
new students to the University.
Admission to the traditional
dance, sponsored by the education
al activities board is free to all
students. Sport clothes are in or
der for the affair. Though it is a
stag dance, dates will be allowed.
Begins at 9
Dancing will begin at 9 p.m., al
lowing freshmen and new students
an opportunity to attend the pres
ident’s reception in Gerlinger hall
from 8 to 9:30.
Faculty, administrative, and stu
dent leaders will be in the receiving
line at the reception. There will be
an opportunity to meet and talk
with Oregon leaders.
In the receiving line will be Pres
ident and Mrs. Harry K. Newburn,
E. M. Pallet, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
DuShane, Clifford Constance, Karl
taSnthank, ASUO President Bob Al
len, and AWS President Beverly
Mrs. Golda Wickham and Virgil
Fogdall, director of women’s and
men’s affairs, respectively, will
handle introductions. At the punch
bowl will be Mrs. Pallett, Mrs. On
thank, Mrs. Constance, and Mrs.
Award for Dr. Paul
Dr. Frederick Paul, left, receives a certificate of achievement from Lt.
Col. A. L Cobb, second from right, in President Newburn’s office. Look
ing on are Commannder K. A. Ayers, President Harry It. Newbum, and
Col. F. R. Maerdian.
Dr. Paul Receives Award for
Outstanding Scientific Research
Dr. Frederick W. Paul, associate
professor of physics, was presented
Wednesday with a certificate of
appreciation for outstanding scien
tific research and development
which contributed to victory in the
Commander K. A. Ayers, U. S.
navy, presented the award to Dr.
Paul in the office of University
President Harry K. Newburn. The
presentation was made on behalf
Phonographs, Projectors Part
Of Audio-Visual's Equipment
Campus-wide service is the job
of the audio-visual department
started on the campus two years
ago this September.
Equipped with phonographs, re
cording machines, movie projectors,
films, and other related equipment
and material the new division of
fers extensive service to classrooms
and research students.
Before becoming a separate de
partment the audio-visual depart
ment was a division of the physics
department. The services grew un
til it needed to establish quarters
of its own on the lower floor of the
Under the direction of Don L.
Hunter, the department acquired'
a library, of films, recordings and a
collection of audio-visual docu
ments for personal instruction and
The department’s library is cata
854 E. 13th
loged and cards are filed in both the
general library catalog and special
catalog in the department’s office.
All films and recordings acquired
by the University are stored and
loaned by the department.
The division has at present three
listening booths and space for
showing films, film strips, and
slides to small groups of people.
The department has continued to
expand its activities and increase
its equipment until it new employs
three full-time workers. During
regular school terms 7 or 8 part
time helpers are needed.
Dances, assemblies, and other ac
tivities on the campus are supplied
loud speaker systems by the depart
ment. Many tape recordings have
been made and are being made to
preserve events on the campus. The
all campus sing during Junior week
end, music festivals, and the Uni
versity Singers are some of the tape
recordings on file for students
listening in the audio-visual de
Sports Staff Meet
There will be a meeting of the
Emerald sport staff Monday eve
ning at 6:30 in the shack. All those
who applied for positions on the
staff are reequested to attend.
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I of the armed forces of the United
To bring about and retain the sci
entific equality of the United
States, Lt. Col. Arthur L. Cobb,
Fort Lewis, said in presentation
remarks, the armed services need
the technical processes developed
by men like Doctor Paul.
Approximately 7C0 civilian sci
entists on the west coast have done
research and development recog
nized by the United States as con
tributing to victory and aiding in
national defense. The certificates
are presented on behalf of the sec
retary of the navy and the secre
tary of defense.
Present at the ceremony-were
President Newburn, Commander
Ayers, Lt. Col. Cobb, A. E. Caswell,
head of the physics department,
Dean E. L. Johnson of the college
of liberal arts, R. T. Ellickson, as
sociate dean of the graduate school,
Col. F. R. Maerdian, head of the
military department, Mrs. A. C.
Paul, Dr. Paul’s mother, and his
three children, William, Beverly,
Wesley Foundation, Methodist
student center located at 1347 Onyx
Street,, will begin its fall program
Sunday evening, Sept. 19, with a
meeting for old and new students.
Beginning at 5:00 p.m. with a
get-acquainted mixer and student
supper, the feature of the evening
will be a special musical program
presented by Miss June Kelso, vio
linist; Millard Kenny, pianist; Miss
Eleanor Cluver, soprano; and
James Kays, tenor.
Miss Kathy Dobson, president of
Wesley this year, will welcome new
students. The Rev. David Seaman,
director, will briefly outline the
purpose and organization of this
nationally recognized Foundation
for Methodist students. The Rev.
L. O. Griffith, pastor of First Meth
odist Church of Eugene, will bring
greetings from that parent organi
Wesley Foundation is beginning
its 26th year on the Oregon campus
and invites all students to partici
pate in its social and religious, stu
All housemothers are to meet at
1:30 p.m. Monday at Gerlinger hall.:
Dean Golda P. Wickham empha
sized yesterday that this is not to
be a heads of houses meeting.
Advance ROTC Quota
Filled: 79 Of 140 'In'
The quotas for the advanced
ROTC courses of all three branches,
infantry, air force, and transpor
tation corps, have been filled, ac
cording to Colonel Frank R. Maer
dian, professor of military science
and tactics at the University.
Of the 140 applicants for the first
year advanced program, only 78
were accepted because of limited
From 5 Houses
Cash and valuables totalling
nearly $1200 were stolen from five
University fraternity houses in a
series of early morning robberies
The fraternities raided were Sig
ma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Gamma Del
ta, Sigma Chi, Pi Kappa Alpha, and
Phi Delta Theta, all centrally lo
cated on the campus.
The largest part of the loot taken
was in cash, an unofficial check by
the Emerald revealed yesteiday.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon reported the
loss of about $300, with one mem
ber losing $165 in cash. Phi Delta
Theta lost most heavily, with some
$435 missing from the house. Phi
Gamma Delta was robbed of about
$250, Sigma Chi lost $50, well split
up among the members, and Pi
Kappa Alpha had $75 unaccounted
for, most of which sum came from
Eugene city police officials are
investigating the thefts.
Group Plans Picnic
A picnic for Lutheran students
will be held Sunday, September 19,
on the McKenzie river. Transporta
tion will be provided, and the Lu
theran council will be present to
plan the group’s fall term program.
Cleone Olson, Lutheran student
counselor, may be contacted at
268-M for further information.
quotas in all three branches. Twen
ty-nine were accepted by the Air
ROTC, 25 in. the infantry, and 25
in the transportation corps.
The names of the men who have
been accepted are being withheld
pending the outcome of the physical
examination which must be suc
cessfully passed by each applicant.
The physical will be given to the
applicants Monday evening.
The men who enter into the first
year advanced ROTC will undergo
two years of training in the branch
of their choice. Between the first
and second years, they will attend
a six-week summer course of prac
tical on the job training at an army
or air force field designated by the
commanding general of the Sixth
army or Fourth air force.
Normally the infantry students
attend summer camp at Fort Lew
is, Washington, the air force stu
dents at McChord field, Washing
ton, and the transportation corps
students at Fort Eustis, Virginia.
Upon successful completion of
the two year course and summer
camp, the students are awarded re
serve commissions as second lieu
tenants in the branch in which they
have undergone training. New reg
ulations also provide that any stu
dent in the upper third of his class
may apply for a Regular Army or
Air Force commission, and Air
Force graduates may apply for
flight training providing they meet
Business Staff to
Meet at Emerald
A meeting of the Emerald upper
business staff will be held at 12:30
Monday in the Emerald business of
fice. Business Manager Virgil
Tucker requested that all day man
In announcing the meetings
Tucker also advised that all new
business staff workers who havo
not yet been assigned definite work
days to be at the Emerald business
Open all day Saturday
821 E 13th Phone 740
Across from Sigma Chi
N. M. B.
The NEW CHECKING
(No Minimum Balance)
No monthly service charge—
As little as one dollar will open an account.—
First National Bank
Serving Lane County since 1883
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation