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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1949)
t Caught with their cigare'ts upon
the old campus, or caught violat
ing some other tradition this week
* were 53 students. Order of O men
will punish the offenders today at
12:30—men in front of Fenton hall,
women in the pool between Fenton
. Houses have been requested to
see that violators in their organi
zation appear for punishment.
The 53 are John Chaney, Clark
Gilman, Jane Thompson, Mary Lou
. Weston, Alex Murphy, Robin Ark
ley, Gene Hibiard, Don Cunning
ham, Flo Mitchell, Gene Kuzman,
* Carl Reusser, Katie Carter, Bud
Covey, Gary Leverton, Gerry Hea
ly, Jack Thomas, Mike Madden,
Nancy Pollard, Cookie Heron,
Cyn Griffin, Moreen Fields, George
, Watkins, Herb Luck, Duke Elder,
Ken Morin, Jean McPherson, Car
olyn Strong, Haslitt Haight, Hap
* Englebart, Alan Button, and
Joan Gilmore, Jane Thompson,
Norma Duffy, Virginia Bond, Ann
Darby, Lucille Durant, Joan Man
. ning, Martha Theile, Katie, Carter,
Joe Dickey, Jack Loomis, Alan
Mann, Stan Clark, Nancy arney,
* Barbara Stevenson, Don Pickett,
A1 Chamberlain, Alan Mann, Bill
Allison, eorge McMath, Joe Dickey,
and Pat Finnegan.
* Jim Wallace
(Continued from page one)
* getting married!” His fiance is
Mary Ann Haycox, former Uni
, versity student.
A busy future will be no novelty
to Jim. A member of Druids and
* Sigma Delta Chi, he was vice-pres
ident of his sophomore class and
was a member of both the Emerald
and Oregana staffs. His home
away from home is Delta Upsilon.
* Besides gathering ads, Eve and
Leslie (“Toozer” to everyone but
* the staid, dignified Emerald) have
pledged themselves to give Editor
> Wallace a bad time.
The joint application submitted
by the girls was something new
to alumni office.
Cooperation is old stuff for Eve
- and Leslie. Both are members of
Gamma Alpha Chi and Kwama,
and both have worked on the ad
side of the Emerald, Leslie as day
manager and assistant advertising
. manager, and Eve as national ad
Eve was associate editor of the
* Piggers’ Guide during her fresh
man year and is executive editor
, of this year’s Oregana. She is
treasurer for the Associateed Wo
men Students and vice-president
^ of Hendricks halL
Leslie was chairman of the
homecoming hostess selection and
co-chairman of the Heart Hop. To
fill up her spare time, she does
> YWCA work and serves as schol
arship chairman for Kappa Alpha
GENERAL MARK W. CLARK, commanding general of the Sixth
army, paid a surprise visit to the campus yesterday. (Photo by
General Clark Visits
Campus, Inspects ROTC
The highest army “brass-hat” ever to pay a visit to Oregon cam
pus dropped in here yesterday.
General Mark W. Clark, sporting four silver stars, stopped long
enough to inspect ROTC facilities and confer with University officials.
The general seemed pleased with the steps already completed to
wards unification of the armed srvics.
“A separate army, navy, and airforce is all wrong,” he said. “The
armed forces should be under the direction of one man. The services
must develop with unity instead of disunity.”
The Sixth Corps area, under the direction of General Clark, is the
“pilot” model for unification.
Our area does the experimenting,” he continued. Progress in unifi
cation has made some headway in several branches of the service—
recruiting, public information, and the ROTC.
Clark has been favorably impressed with the new secretary of na
tional defense, Louis A. Johnson, and believes that Johnson is the
“right man” to unify the armed services.
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4:00 Wednesday—Phi Mn Epsilon meeting—256 Emerald street.
6:00 Wednesday—Married couples potluck—Westminster house.
6:30 Wednesday—Scabbard and Blade—ROTC headquarters.
7:00 Wednesday—Fencing club—PE building.
7:30 Wednesday—Young Democrats—Side.
7:30 Wednesday—Religious discussion—Friendly house.
9:30 Wednesday—Jive night—Wesley house.
6:00 Thursday—Student potluck—Westminster house.
What about the present ROTC program ?
The former wartime commander of the Fifth army in Italy termed
the University’s ROTC program, under the direction of Col. Frank R.
Maerdian, "typical of the high standard of training offered in schools
throughout the country.
"Our national security rests with the young people of America,”
he said. “They must be trained and organized into one team for peace,
and also be prepared as a team to win in battle.”
The world situation isn’t too alarming, according to the general.
"If we are to have peace,” he remarked, “The United States must
do two things—establish its national security and maintain its ideals
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