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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1949)
Opportunity to gain experience in
community recreation work is be
ing afforded this summer through
YWCA service projects, according
to co-chairman Beverly Buckley.
“Mr. Jim Coffel, acting superin
tendent of the Eugene bureau of
parks and! public recreation, will
need volunteer workers to aid in
the new youth recreation program,”
Miss Buckley stated yesterday.
The program includes a new mu
nicipal swimming pool, five fully
equipped play areas, tennis courts
with night lighting, two lighted
softball fields, two well-appointed
parks, and a community center
building which provides activities
to make Eugene a better place to
“Volunteer work helping with
these facilities can lead to well-paid
jobs in the future,” Miss Buckley
Eugene students who will be here
in the summer and are interested
in such work may contact Miss
Buckley at the Delta Delta Delta
house, phone 2900.
Dr. Marcel Pourbaix, director of
the applied physical chemistry lab
oratory of the engineering school of
the University of Brussels, Bel
gium, will arrive on the University
campus this afternoon.
The Belgian professor will work
with Dr. Pierre Van Rysselberghe,
University professor of chemistry,
in the University chemistry depart
ment until the middle of July.
Dr. Pourbaix, an advanced travel
ing fellow of the Belgian-American
Educational Foundation, will leave
Eugene in July with Dr. Van Rys
selberghe to attend the Gordon Re
search Conference on Corrosion in
New London, N. H., July 25-29.
YW to Honor
High School Girls
Eugene and Springfield' high
school senior girls will be honored
by the YWCA sophomore commis
sion at a tea Wednesday from 3:30
to 5 p. m.
Seniors from Eugene, University
St. Mary’s, and Springfield high
schools have been invited to the af
fair, according to chairman Lois
Committee chairmen for the af
fair are Nancy Wright, food and
decorations, and Joan Slcordahl, en
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Ladies' Day on Gas Street
On trial on charges of beating Salvadore Manriquez, Sacramento,
and robbing him of more than $1000 last January are Johnny Mae
Young, left, cigar-smoking lady wrestler from Oakland; Mary Anice
Huse, barmaid from Monrovia, Ala., and Eva Lee McDeVitt, right,
former Houston, Texas, bar operator. The 200-pound Manriquez
also charges he was thrown from a car and left to die on the ground
with the temperature 7 degrees below zero. (AP Wirephoto)
Art Roundtable Program Tonight
A recording of the Roundtable of
Modern Art held in San Francisco
will be played in 203 Chapman hall
tonight at 8. The roundtable was
originally conducted by leading ar
tists, composers, musicians, and
critics including Frank Lloyd
Wright and Marcel Duchamp.
A general open floor discussion
will follow with B. E. Jessup, asso
ciate professor of philosophy, as
The program, open to all stu
dents and faculty members, is spon
sored by Arnold Elston, associate
professor of music, and J. N. Hatch
Jr. and H. W. Smith of the School
of Architecture and Allied Arts.
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Rap Action of
The Young Republican state ex
eputive board blasted the action of
Secretary of State Earl Newbry
and State Treasurer Walter Pear
son in a resolution passed as its
meeting here Saturday.
The resolution asked its execu
tive committee to formally pro
test the ouster of Tax Commis
sioners Wallace S. Wharton and
Earl Fisher and the appointment
of Ray Smith and Robert Mac
Lean in their place.
“The Young Republicans,’’ the
resolution read, “believe a person
holding public office occupies a
position of trust and confidence
and that appointments based upon
political considerations are be
trayals of such confidences.”
The meetting Saturday followed
an afternoon picnic sponsored by
the University Young Republi
cans. Other business included re
ports from Clay Meyers, member
of the campus group; the Reed
college chapter; and plans for the
national convention in Salt Lake
City June 23-28. !
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longer than they could before.
Another reason is the greater ~
strength of our graduate school.”
How will the permanent exten
sion center being built in Port
land’s Lincoln high school affect
“That’s hard to tell, Constance
said. “We’ll have to wait and see
how adequate students feel it is.” ~
Remembering the gripes heard
at the beginning of each term,
the reporter asked, “Why all this—
registration red tape?” a
“We’re replanning registration 5
almost all the time toward sim**l
plicity and efficiency,” Constance
said. “Our changes are always in
the direction of cutting corners.”
One of these changes will be -
an enrollment card students will
will out before leaving school this
term, indicating whether or not '
they plan to return in the fall.
This will provide a more accurate
estimate for scheduling classes
than the old system of planning
on the same number of students -
as the previous year.
Regarding the steps in regis
tration, if anyone knows how to *
eliminate any of them, Mr. Con
stance would welcome a confer- „
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