Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 18, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

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borne Notes on Progress
(Continued from page six)
void and empty from any dram
of mercy.”
JOE—“—and do ya think he'd
raise it to a C? Hell no!!”
SUCKLING—“Her feet beneath
her petticoat, like little mice,
stole in and out as if they feared
the light. But, oh, she dances
such a way! No sun upon an
Easter day is half so fine a sight.”
JOE—“Check the babe, Al!!”
Thus then a soft comparison is
made,
Of what is said and what was said
before.
And you that bear this present
day tirade,
Who listen and then long for days
of yore,
There's nuttin’ youse kin do!!
That’s the Lowdown.
OSC Psychologist
To Talk at Wesley
Dr. O. R. Chambers of the psy
chology department at Oregon
State college will be the guest
speaker at Wesley house Sunday
evening at 6:30. “The Importance of
Believing” is the topic Dr. Cham
bers will be present.
Sunday supper at Wesley will be
at 5:30. Group singing will begin at
6 followed by the worship service at
6:15.
All students are invited.
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Campus Calendar
! IRC Meeting
International Relations club will
meet at 7:30 p.m. today in West
minster house.
Mortar Board
Mortar Board meeting at 6:‘45
p.m. at the Pi Beta Phi house.
Hui 0 Kamaaina
Hui O Kamaaina will hold an im
portant meeting at 7 p.m. Wed
nesday on the third floor of Ger
linger hall. Dues will be collected.
Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega will meet to
night at 6:30 at the faculty club
for an initiation banquet.
YW Freshman
The Thursday evening freshman
commissioins of the YWCA will be
discontinued this term because of
conflicts in the schedule. Members
of that commission are being con
tacted this week to sign up for a
commission at-a different hour.
Wesley Chorus Group
The Wesley chorus group will re
hearse Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at
Wesley house. Anyone interested in
singing with the group is welcome.
Emerald Pics Today
Oregana photographers will take
pictures of the news and business
staffs of the Emeraald at 2 p.m. to
day. Members of these staffs
should be in the Emerald Shack at
that time.
Order of 'O' Meets
Initiation for memberes of the
football team will feature an Order
of the “O” meeting which will be
held today at noon in the Sigma
Alpha Epsilon house.
Wesley Gives Service
Wesley house will have a chapel
service Wednesday morning from
7:30 to 7:50. Coffee and doughnuts
will be served from 7:00 to 7:30 a.m.
Honorary Will Elect
Pi Delta Phi, French honorary,
will elect new members at a meet
ing Friday at 4 p, m. in room 114,
Friendly hall. All members are ask
ed to attend.
Christian Science
•Christian Science organization
will meet 7:45 p.m. Tuesday, at the
YWCA.
Members Elected
To Theater Board
Elections to the executive board
of the University theater were
held last night at 7:30 in Johnson
hall. All students interested in
drama were eligible to vote for
the thirteen members, who will
form a sounding board of student
opinion for shaping University
theater policy. The executive
board deals with such matters as
the selection of plays and the an
nual drama awards.
Students elected to the board
were Chuck Boice, Jim Shaffer,
and Nina Sue Fernimen, graduate
students; Geraldine Hettinger
and Peg Randall, seniors; Normar
Weekly and Louise Clouston,
juniors; Don Smith and Allen
West, sophomores; Patricia Boyle
and Bob Chambers, freshmen.
"On the Air" Views
History of Radio
“On the Air,” a sound movie on
the operation and history of radio
during the last 25 years, will be
shown today at 9 a. m. and 1 p. m.
in the studio of the radio extension
building.
Anyone interested is invited to
vew the 20 minute film, produced
by Westinghouse and released
through radio station to the audio
visual department.
Keeping all the food under cover
is the best way of ridding the
house of ants.
Todays Staff
City Editor for today’s issue—
Vic Fryer
Copy editor—Bill Churchman
Night staff: Warren Collier, edi
tor; Mary Hall, Virginia Korn
Day Manager—Virginia Mahon
Layout staff—Jean Lovett
Political Parties
To Present Views
A bird’s eye view of the three po
litical parties and the political sit
uation on the campus will be given
Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30 at the
YWCA, according to Clair Wiley,
chairman of the public affairs com
mittee of the YWCA.
Bob Davis, president of the ISA,
Marie Lombard, secretary-treasur
er of the AGS, and Lou Weston, co
chairman of the finance committee
of the USA, will present the pur
poses of their own party and explain
what it tries to accomplish and its
beliefs.
Although the meeting is mainly
for the freshman commissions of
the Y, all women are invited. “With
freshman elections coming up soon,
the freshmen will know for whom to
vote if they understand the poli tical
picture better,” said Miss Wiley.
A question period will follow the
talks, but Miss Wiley stressed that
the meeting will not be a forum,
panel or discussion period.
Esther Williams, glamorous Hol
lywood star, was selected as “Miss
Newsprint of 1948” by the News
paper Managers association at
their convention in Denver.
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Acadamy of Science
Elects State Officers
W. E. INti 1 no. professor of mathematics at Oregon State col
kge, was named president of the Oregon Academy of Science
for the coming year at the closing business meeting of the group
last Saturday on the Oregon campus.
0\ ei 150 of the states scientists registered Saturday morn
ing for the seventh annual conference of the Academy* held al:
! lke t Diversity for the first time. b. I.. Griffin, professor of math
j emu tics at Reed college, was
elected vice president of the or
ganization, and will automati
cally become president in 1950.
Other new officers are P. A.
Gilfillan, dean of the school of
science. Oregon State college,
secretary; and Lloyd W. Staples, as
sociate professor of geology, Uni
versity of Oregon, treasurer.
At the opening session of the
Academy Friday night, Dr. Hobart
H. Willard, professor of chemistry
at the University of Michigan,
spoke on the importance of analyti
cal chemistry in his address, “Ana
lytical Chemistry, Pathfinder of
Progress.”
Three outstanding Oregon scien
tists were honored by the Academy
with a citation for their work.
Those recognized were Dr. A. R.
Moore, professor of physiology,
University of Portland; Dean E. L.
Packard, director of general re
search at Oregon State college, and
F. L. Griffin, professor of mathe
matics at Reed college.
University President H. K. New
,
burn gave the welcoming- address tc
the Academy Saturday morning,
after which the members attended
sectional meetings of biology,
chemistry, geology, geography, and
mathematics. Fifty-two scientific
papers were presented at that time.
Next year's meeting place will be
announced later, according to acad
emy officers.
Leefure Series
SpeechtThursday
In the third of the University
lecture series this term, Dr. Rob
ert Heilman, head of the Univer
sity of Washington English de
partment, will speak on "Othello .
Plot and Poetry,” Thursday, at
8 p.m. in 207 Chapman.
Dr. Heilman came to Washing
ton from Louisiana State univer
sity. He has also taught at the
University of Maine and received
ehis doctorate from Harvard oa
the subject of "The Americaa
Revolution in the English Novel.”
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