Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 29, 1949, Page 3, Image 3

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Lists Staff
Appointment of the editorial
board of the Oregon Law Review
has been announced by Charles G.
Howard, professor of law and ed
itor-in-chief of the publication.
The board, composed of Profes
sor Howard and four third-year
law students will direct this quar
terly publication of the Oregon
Law School student body. Morris
J. Galen, will be 1949-50 student
editor; Robert L. Myers, note and
comment editor; A. T. Goodwin,
recent case notes editor; and H.
Dewey Wilson, book review and
statute editor.
The Review, containing various
articles of interest to the Bar, is
sent to every member of the Bar in
Oregon and to other law schools.
Contributing to it are the Univer
sity faculty, judiciary, and mem
bers of the Oregon bar.
In the opinion of Professor How
ard, the Review is an excellent
method for assisting the faculty in
instructiong the students to write
legal briefs and to think in a
lawyer-like manner.
Ralph Johnson, now a member
of the Oregon State Bar, was last
year’s editor.
New Inter-Racial
Fellowship Meets
Inter-Racial Fellowship, organ
ized at the end of last year, will
have its first meeting of the term
today at 4:30 in Westminster
The group will discuss campus
racial problems. Everyone is in
vited to attend this one hour meet
ing, according to Merv Hampton,
LOST—Phillips Bible college gradu
ate key on tie clasp, initials
“REO” and degrees on back.
Call Osborn, 5-9380. 6
ROOMS for University men. Clean,
comfortably furnished — near
campus bus line. 2691 Harris—
Phone 5-5623. 6
LOST—Tan leather purse contain
ing billfold, pen and glasses.
Identification and glasses badly
needed. Phone 4-5251. Mary
Paulsen. 6
LOST—Will the person taking the
girl's season skipper coat from
Uni-Hi please return it to the
office and claim theirs. 7
FOR RENT—Girl wanted to share
house. Phone 5-3197. 6
LOST—Between Villard and Jour
nalism bldg.—glasses in blue
case, Wednesday. Call 4-7557 or
leave at Journalism office. 6
LOST—Brown and gold Sheaffer
fountain pen. Initials JCC on
cap. Joan Caruso. Dial 4-6021. 7
FOR SALE — Balanced action
French Selmer saxophone. Call
4-6060. 7
FOR SALE—Fur evening jacket.
Black Eastern skunk. Size 14-16.
Excellent condition $35. 1945
Oak St. Dial 5-2739. 8
Student Registration
Of Autos Continued
Registration of student cars will
continue this week and next in the
Office of Student Affairs. Students
■without registration stickers on
their cars should apply in room
201, Emerald Hall, declares Dick
Neely, Student Traffic court mem
Only cars displaying the regis
tration sticker on the front window
may park in designated parking
lots. Fines will be assessed for
Faculty members will continue
to register their cars in the office
of the physical plant.
Artists j Travel
During Summer
Many far-away places were view
ed by Oregon art instructors during
the summer.
M. D. Ross, architecture instruct
or, spent his summer in England,
France, and Spain, doing research
on various types of architecture.
Mark R. Sponenburgh and his
wife returned this fall from visits
to Paris and Holland, where they
did special research on contempor
ary sculpture.
Lynn Alexander, weaving and
jewelry instructor, spent six weeks
teaching weaving at the summer
workshop of the University of Ten
nessee in the Great Smoky moun
tains and later attended the La Es
cuela Bellasartes school in Mexico.
Exhibits Explain
Library Usage
Purpose of the king size catalog
card in the circulation lobby of the
Library has been explained.
It is part of an exhibit to ex
plain use of the Library to stu
dents, says Miss Elizabeth Findly,
head reference librarian.
Besides the giant card and its
explanation, the exhibit features a
display of three new books with
catalog cards, arranged to show
various uses of the catalog in I
finding books.
Also graphically explained is use
of periodical indexes.
A booklet explaining the ar
rangement, facilities, and regula
tions of the library is available to
all students.
Civil Rights Rally
Slated Tonight
A civil rights rally, sponsored
by the Eugene Civil Rights Com
mittee, will be staged at 8 tonight
in hall A of the Hampton Build
ing, 610 Willamette Street.
The speaker will be Mrs. Bessie
Mitchell, sister of one of the “Tren
ton Six,” a group of Negro men
who were arrested by the Trenton
police, tried, and sentenced for a
crime they allegedly had not com
Mrs. Mitchell won support of
various organizations in her two
year fight to obtain the release of
the “Trenton Six.” Her speech will
also include other aspects of dis
criminations and civil rights.
Students may attend this meet
j ing, which is open to the public.
ATTENTION! All Off Campus Men
Get in on your campus social life with your independ
ent mens organiaztion . . . the Yeomen
Your organization for your pleaseure
Monday, Oct. 3, 7 P.M.
Parties Highlight Church Night
The University Religious Council,
through its member organizations,
is sponsoring Oregon's annual
Church night Friday, Sept. 30.
Council President Sherman Hol
mes urges all students to visit the
various houses and religious clubs
on the campus.
All organizations are open to all
students, regardless of religious
Planned to acquaint students
with University religious groups,
Church night will feature house
parties, with emphasis on fun and
fellowship. Dancing, other forms of
entertainment, and refreshments
will highlight the evening’s pro
A new feature that most groups
will offer will be the broadcast of
the Oregon-UCLA football game.
This will allow students to attend
Simpson, Gartrell
Elected by Kwama
Betty Simpson was named sec
retary and Bernice Gartrell tem
porary historian at the year’s first
•meeting of Kwama, sophomore
women’s service honorary, Tues
day night.
Miss Gartrell will fill the spot
left vacant by Lois Sharkey until
the latter returns to Oregon winter
Beginning next week, the Kwa
mas will resume their tradition of
wearing their white uniforms every
Fall Dance Planned
Catholic students and their
friends are invited to attend New
man Club's Fall dance Friday
night at 8:30.
For those who wish to hear the
Oregon-UCLA game, a radio will
be provided. The dance will be held
in Gerlinger Annex.
A Hawaiian dancer canceled an
engagement because of foot trouble.
There’s one thing she couldn’t shake
parties and follow the play-by-play
account of their football team at
the same time.
Holmes emphasized that both
old and new students are invited to
participate, visiting any group of
their choice.
A schedule of Church night ac
tivities will be printed in Friday's
English Department
Adds Instructors!!!
Nine new instructors and six
graduate students have been
named to the staff of the English
Department, Dr. P. W. Souers,
department head, disclosed Tues
New instructors are Frank Bliss,
John Church, Miss Rose Coleman,
Merrel Clubb, Donald DeBrodt,
Robert DeMaria, Mrs. Debrah Le
Sage, Ezrel Wages, and Eugene
Graduate assistants include John
Ellis, Richard Lodwig, Richard
Schultz, Ralph Sherman, Gilbert
Stewart, and Luster Williams.
New Faces Seen
On Language* Staff
Nine members have been added
to the staff of the Foreign Langu
age Department, according to Dav
id M. Dougherty, head of the de
New assistant professors are Dr.
Bernando Gicovate, who will teach
Romance languages, and Dr. Will
iam A. Roecker, who will conduct
German classes.
New instructors, to teach Ro
mance languages, are William
Myer and Miss Raymonde Richard
Graduate assistants will be Miss
Barbara J. Fisk, Miss Marilyn J
Carpenter, Salvador J. Macias and
John G. Snow.
Dennis G. Hannon has a teach
ing fellowship and will also work
on his doctorate.
The Genuine
Old Students Counsel
At UCLA a special training
program is offered to old students
who wish to help new students fit,
easily into campus life. The only
prerequisite for counseling is a de
sire to help novice Bruins. Attend
ance at one of the student counse
lor classes qualifies any old stu
dent as an interviewer.
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