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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1949)
Retail Meet to Hear Dean Morris
Dr. Victor P. Morris, dean of
the school of business administra
tion, is scheduled to give the main
address at the Sunday night ban
quet of the Oregon Retail Distrib
His topic will be "Problems in
the Business Expansion of Ore
gon.” Morris' speech will follow a
short welcome address by Univer
sity President Harry K. Newburn.
One of the problems in Oregon’s
business expansion, according to
Dr. Morris is the greater increase
in population than in economic ac
tivity, which creates employment
Another point which Dr. Morris
plans to bring out ip his address is
the shortage of power resources in
the Northwest and the resulting
economic limitations. He also in
tends to discuss the limitations in
Kappa Sigs Defeat
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Of drive behind it.
In the hitting department,
both teams can be called terrific.
Phi Delta Theta has men like
Lavey, Urban, and Taggesell at
bat, while the Kappa Sig team
sports Brown, Gacek, and Heahl,
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recreation facilities in Oregon.
Two other problems; the train
ing of business leaders and finan
cial problems in school districts
and cities, will also be brought
Also slated to address the insti
tute during the Monday morning
session are ORDI President Reese
Dooley, who will give a welcome
address; W. L. Swearingen, sales
manager of the B. P. John Furni
ture company, Portland; Paul Laf
ferty, sales manager of the Laffer
ty grocery company, Eugene; and
G. Vandenynde, manager of the R.
L. Elfstrom company, Salem.
The Monday afternoon session
will hear talks by Barney Twiford,
advertising manager of the Port
land Oregonian; and Don Good,
manager of the Lane County Cred
Panel committees will discuss
the problems brought out in the
speeches. A question and answer
forum at 4 Monday afternoon will
end the conference Dr. N. H. Corn
ish, professor of business adminis
tration, and secretary of the Ore
gon Retail Distributors’ institute,
expects an attendance of over 200
businessmen throughout the state.
Four hundred invitations have
The purpose of the organization,
according to Dr. Cornish, is to
bring out and solve the problems
of the retailer. Dr. Cornish is per
manent secretary of the ORDI.
The organization has a corps of
advisers in most of the major cities
and towns in Oregon. Retailers in
these cities may refer to the ad
visers for help in their problems.
It's An III Wind
LEWISTON, Idaho, May 12—
(AP)—T. E. Davidson, city build
ing inspector, went to a warehouse
on Lewiston’s Snake river avenue
| this afternoon to inspect the Snake
He found that the rising stream
had entered the warehouse and
that several boys were hard at
work on a secret project in the
Davidson joined them—and re
turned to the city engineer’s office
with three whitefish.
The boys had been scooping up
the fish, which were swimming
through the warehouse seeking
grain on the floor.
along with others.
Whatever hitting is done, the
infield of both squads will draw
plenty of plaudits before the end
of the seventh inning.
That’s our prediction, and we’ll
stick to it. The Phi Delts have had
a day’s rest, and the Kappa Sigs
played a hard game yesterday.
That could make a difference of
one or two runs.
Taps Negro Student
NEW HAVEN, Conn., May 12—
(AP)—Levi Jackson, Yale's Negro
football captain was tapped today
for Skull mid Bones, exclusive
He was the first Negro in his
tory chosen for membership in the
society, considered one of the high
est honors a Yale undergraduate
Fijis Defeat Sammies
To Reach Tennis Finals
Phi Gamma Delta reached the
intramural tennis finals yesterday
by downing Sigma Alpha Mu, 2-1.
Bob Corgan beat Mort Bonimy
of SAM, 6-0 and 6-4 in the singles.
Bonnie Vanatta and Russ Waddle
teamed to take A1 Lippnian and
Joe Crane, 6-3 and 6-3 in the first
Sigma Alpha Mu won the second
doubles, 6-2 and 6-2, as Hal Leicht
and Itz Hornstein took Chuck Cor
gan and Dick Hawes.
The winner of the other bracket
in the tennis race has not yet been
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