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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1949)
Color Barrier Separates Family
ENTRY TO AUSTRALIA to rejoin his wife and two children was denied Cpl. Lorenzo Gamboa, U. S.
army, Filipino war hero, despite Gen. Mac Arthur’s intercession. The Australian government declined
to make an exception in its “white Australia’’ policy, considering Gamboa an Asiatic regardless of his
citizenship. Pictured in Melbourne, Australia, is Gamboa’s wife, Joyce, and their two children Julie 2,
and Raymond, 4. Australian government has offered to pay Gamboa’s family’s way to America. ( VP
'The Dybbuk' to be
Alex Tampkin, ’30, will give the
inside story on the writing of “The
Dybbuk’’ at 7:00 p. m. tonight in
the men’s lounge, Gerlinger hall.
Tamkin wrote the opera, adapt
ed from S. Ansky’s play, in collab
oration with his brother David. It
was performed for the first time in
Portland, February 7 by the Port
land Symphony orchestra and Met
ropolitan tenor Jan Peerce.
Records of the opera which were
cut at a final rehearsal will be
played. Rabbi E. Charles Sydney,
advisor of the University of Ore
gon Hillel group, will bring the re
cordings from Portland. The meet
ing is open to the public.
Anger is the wind that blows out
the lamp of the mind.
J. Paul Sheedy* Switched to Wildroot Cream-Oil
Because He Flunked The Finger-Nail Test
If PEOPLE are whiskering about you, better check up on your
hair. Before J.P. switched to Wildroot Cream-Oil hair tonic,
he was wide open for all kinds of catty remarks about his ratty
appearance. Not so today! Now that he’s using Wildroot
Cream-Oil regularly, annoying dryness and loose, ugly dan
druff are gone. His hair stays put all day. He can pass the
Wildroot Finger-Nail Test without batting an eye.
J.P.’s experience leads us to suggest that you try non-alcoholic
Wildroot Cream-Oil containing Lanolin, too. Get yourself a
bottle or tube today at your drug or toilet goods counter.
And, have your barber give you professional applications.
You’ll agree that for well-groomed hair Wildroot Cream-Oil
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Chess Clubs Meets
University chess club will hold
its first meeting of the term to
night in room 207 Commerce. An
election of officers will highlight
the meeting after which regular
business will be taken care of.
Girls are especially invited. All
members must bring their chess
Faculty members of several de
partments of the University are
now attending the annual meeting j
of the Oregon Education associa- i
tion in Portland which will continue
through Friday and Saturday.
Those taking part in the program
from the geography department
are S. N. Dic.ken, head of the de
partment, and S. D. Ericksen, as
sistant professor of geography. Dr.
Dicken will read a paper, ''Teach
ing Oregon Geography," at the
geography section meeting. A pa
per on the steel industry of the wes
tern United States will be present
ed by Professor Ericksen.
Attending the meteng from the
School of Education are Dean P. B.
Jacobsen, P. E. Kambly and H. B.
Wood, professors of education, and
R. G. Langston, assistant professor
Professor Kambly will lead a
panel discussion on higher educa
tion in the afternoon session Fri
day. Dean Jacobsen will also par
ticipate in the program Friday
One of the principal speakers at
the conference is Harold Benjamin,
dean of the school of education,
University of Maryland. He will
speak on the "Island Crisis.” Dean
Benjamin was formerly on the Ore
gon campus and was at one time
principal of University high school.
He will also speak on the Universi
ty campus Monday at 4 p. m. in
room 4, Education.
Nature arranges things so well
that the wind blows hardest high up
in the sky, where there’s nothing to
be tipped over.
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Speaker to Outline
Opportunities for college stu
dents in summer work projects in
the United States and abroad will
be discussed by Harry Burks, Col
lege Secretary for the American.
Friends Service committee today.
Burks will be available for inter
views all day today in the office of
YMCA director Jack Mcrner.
Foreign students will also be in
terviewed in regard to interna
Youth Service Jobs
Open To Seniors
Seniors interested in positions
with youth service agencies, such
as the Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts,
YMCA, Camp Fire Girls, and
church organizations, may con
tact the graduate placement of
fice for a list of opportunities.
Calls have been received for
positions covering a wide range
of activities, administrative and
executive, educational, sampling,
and recreational administration.
Now Thru Sat., April £
'THE WALKING HILLS’
Sun-Mon-Tue-Wed. Apr. S-4-5-6
"SO DEAR TO MY
Now Thru Sat,, April £
"KNOCK ON ANY
Sun-Mon-Tue-Wed. Apr. S-4-5-6
‘THE WALKING HILLS’
Starts Thur., April 7
"SO DEAR TO MY
Sun-Mon., April 3-4
Bing Crosby, Joan Fontaine
and “CAGED FURY"
Tue-Wed., April 5-6
Veronica Lake in
Paulette Goddard in
Thur-Fri-Sat., April 7-8-!)
“THE DUDE GOES
Gail Storm, Eddy Albert
“16 FATHOMS DEEP"
Sun-Mon-Tues., April 3-4-5
Wed-Thur-Fri-Sat. April 6-7-8-0
“WAKE OF THE RED
‘SO THIS IS NE WYORK’
Sun-Mon-Tue., April 3-4-5
Wed-Thur., April 6-7
“I SURRENDER DEAR"
Fri-Sat., April 8-9
“QUICK ON THE
“GASHOUSE KIDS IN