Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 30, 1948, Page 8, Image 8

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    IFC Elects Snyder,
Arizona Phi Delt,
President 1948-9
After some discussion over whether to hold next year’s .con
Fred Snyder, University of Arizona Phi Gamma Delta, was
elected president of the Western Regional Interfraternity Coun
cil conference yesterday afternoon in a business meeting of the
third annual conference on the Oregon campus.
Bob Thurston, Alpha Delta Phi from the University of
British Columbia, was chosen vice president; Ray Shaaf, Tau
Kappa Epsilon from Washington State College was named
secretary, and Bob Stewart, San Diego State Kappa Sigma was
elected treasurer.
ference in the northern or south
ern division of the western re
gion, it was decided to hold next
year’s convention jointly in
Moscow, and Pullman with the
University of Idaho and Wash
ington State College as hosts.
In case this is not possible, the
meeting will be held at the Uni
versity of Arizona.
. “We certainly want to thank the
University of Oregon for its hos
pitality,” said the newly elect
. ed president following the busi
. ness meeting. He added that he
had noticed the critical comments
recently printed in The Emerald
about snobbishness on the UO
campus. From his visitor’s stand
point at least, he has not found
this true.
Among other resolutions passed
yesterday, the WRIFC went on rec
ord favoring the removal of re
strictive or discriminatory clauses,
including those on race, religion,
creed, and color.
No man is a fraternity man un
less he lives up to the ideals of his
ritual, Dr. Ulysses G. Dubach, dean
of men emeritus of Oregon State
college, told 120 guests and dele
gates at the IFC banquet last night
in the Osburn hotel.
His talk, titled “What Fraterni
ties Should Do and Be,” stressed the
Lippman belief that "our genera
tion has an appointment with des
tiny.” Fraternities must help as
sume this responsibility, he said.
Three goals fraternities should
try to achieve, he continued, are
to help create a new attitude to
ward virtue, to train their mem
bers in diliigence, and to instill
brotherly love through fraternity
spirit.
Dubach emphatically denounced
hazing as a fraternity policy. “I
never saw fraternity get into a man
through the seat of his pants,” he
said.
A member of Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Dubach was dean of men at OSC for
24 years. At present he heads the
political science department at
Lewis and Clark university.
Today Concludes Meet
This morning’s discussion groups
and the Oregon-St. Mary’s football
game this afternoon will bring the
conference to its close.
Deans and advisers of men will
discuss “The Fraternity and the
Institution” from 9 to 10:20 a. m.
Dean Harold Beatty of Fresno
State College will lead the discus
sion, and R. H. Berg of USC and
Raymond Powell of the College of
Puget Sound will serve on the pan
el.
Final discussion will be the 10:30
“Grab-bag Session” for the topics
which delegates think the program
committee missed. The University
of British Columbia will preside.
Three Linemen Ready
(Continued from page five)
more than his share of secondary
tackles.
Although he plays very little on
offense, Holcomb has scored one
touchdown on a punt return against
Santa Clara.
Aiken is a veteran of two seasons
at Nevada, and will earn an Ore
gon letter at left halfback. A good
pass-receiver and tricky runner,
Aiken has averaged more than four
yards per try so far this year.
He's a high-stepper, and his
shifty running style enables him to
go for long gains around the ends.
Aiken is certain to see plenty of ac
tion in the remaining four games.
Activity Ticket Due
A chance of attending the OSC
game at Corvallis November 20
may be had by signing ticket no.
33 in the student athletic books
and dropping it in a box in the
Co-op, which will be there until
Monday,
Monday night 1450 names will
be drawn from the ballot box at
a meeting of the executive coun
cil.
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Carrier Boys
Guests at Game
Reserved seats at the St. Mary’s
game this afternoon will reward
150 carried boys of the Portland
Oregonion for promptly meeting
their September-October sales quo
ta.
The carried-salesmen are making
the trip by chartered buses. They
will tour the campus and dine at
John Straub hall following the
game.
M. J. Frey, general manager of
the Oregonian, will also atteend
the game. He will sit in the presi
dent’s box.
Arrangements for the trip were
made by Elving N. Anderson, sen
ior in BA and of the circulation de
partment of the Oregonion. This is
the first time carriers from the
Portland paper have come to an
Oregon game. Several hundred
were sent to the East-West game
in San Francisco last New Year’s.
Gen. Albert Brown
To Inspect ROIC
Major General Albert E.
Brown, commanding general of
the Northern Military district,
will be on the University campus
for an informal inspection on
Monday, November 1. General
Brown is in command of all of
the civilian components of the
army in the four states of Ore
gon, Washington, Idaho and
Montana, which includes the Of
ficers’ Reserve Corps and the
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