Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 28, 1949, Page 3, Image 3

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    Means Needs
Goatherders
For Japan Trip
As the result of offering two
goats during a “Goats for Japan"
drive several years ago, Dr. Paul B.
Means, head of the religion de
partment, has been made chairman
of the drive in Lane county.
A part of the Church World Ser
vice program, several shipments of
goats have been' sent to Okinawa
and Japan for distribution accord
ing to need. In Okinawa, goat herds
are a prominent part of their econ
omy, and have been reduced to very
small numbers by the war.
This year, at the request of the
United States Army backed by
General McArthur, 2750 milk goats
have been set as the quota, which,
it is hoped, will be reached by the
end of July.
Three shipments have been sent
already, and the one from Lane
county will go in the first part of
July, supervised by the Rev. Covalt
of Halsey. Interest has been arous
ed for the local project, which is
200 goats from Lane and surround
ing' counties.
Four positions are open for young
men, prferably of college age, who
would make the trip as goat-tend
ers, all expenses paid. Their job
would be three-fold—to look after
the goats on the way over, to con
tact the people while in Japan, and
to come back and tell about it. Al
ready, according to Dr. Means, the
friendly interest shown by the
American people in this act of char
ity has been greatly appreciated by
the Japanese. “This is one of the
finest opportunities we’ve ever had
for friendly contact with the peo
ple of Japan,” Dr. Means said.
Now' on display in the University
library is a glass-encased Japanese
doll which was sent to Means as a
taken of appreciation by Iwataro
Uchiyama,
THE CAPITOL at Washington stands framed by the steelwork for
the new South Capitol street bridge which will span the Anacostia
river in November. (AP Wire,photo)
BUYERS OF THIS 27-mile-an-hour German auto, built In Upper
Bavaria and sold at 900 marks ($270) don’t have a license or pay
taxes on it. (AP Wirephoto)
Campus Calendar
(Notices for Campus Calendar should he turned in, in typewritten form, to the Emerald
News Editor’s office by 3 p.m. of the day preceding publication. Notices will not be accepted
on Saturdays or Sundays.)
Thursday afternoon—Open house—Friendly house.
4:00 p.m. Thursday—Potluck dinner—Westminster house.
7:00 p.m. Thursday—Alpha Phi Omega pledge meeting—YWCA.
7:30 p.m. Thursday—Junior Weekend promotion committee—Side.
7:30 p.m. Thursday—Asklepiad—20 Friendly hall.
Soph Man
To Receive
Scholarship
Skull & Dagger, sophomore
men’s honorary, will award the
William Frager memorial schol
arship this year to an outstanding
sophomore man. The scholarship,
new this year, will be a full three
term tuition award.
Application blanks may be ob
tained from Barry Mountain, pres
ident, at the ATO house. To be
eligible, an applicant must be a
male member of the class of ’51,
have attended the University for
the past five consecutive terms,
have a GPA cumulative of 2.75 or
better, and registered as a regular
resident student.
The scholarship is awarded in
memory of William Frager, who
was killed in action over France
during the last war. While on the
campus he was a member of Skull
and Dagger, Alpha Sigma Delta,
president of Sigma Alpha Mu, so
cial fraternity, member of the In
terfraternity council, and chair
man of the 1938 junior weekend.
The 1939 Oregana described
Frager as a “work-horse with an
executive mind.’’ He graduated
from the school of business admin
istration in ’39.
The scholarship will be present
ed at the All-Campus Sing, May
6, by Samuel Frager, father of
William.
Members of a board of judges
will choose the person who will re
ceive the award. The board will in
clude the director of men’s affairs
Skull and Dagger adviser, the edu
cational activities director, the
president of Skull and Dagger
and Mr. Frager, as an honorary
member.
Theta Sig Banquet
To Feature Faculty
C. F. Weigle, dean of the jour
nalism school, will speak to the
annual Matrix Table banquet on
“Some Problems of Newspaper
Readership" in Corvallis tonight.
The banquet is being sponsored
by Theta Sigma Phi, women’s
journalism honorary. He is being
accompanied by G. A. Sabine, as
sistant professor of journalism, and
Mrs. W. A. Moore, manager of
the news bureau and her husband.
Schleicher Honored
Charles P. Schleicher, professor
of political science, was elected to
a position on the executive com
mittee of the Northwest Political
Science association at their annual
meeting in Walla Walla, Wash.,
last weekend.
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