Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 12, 1949, Page 3, Image 3

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    ^Two Webfoot Students
Buy Swimmers' Delight
Swimmer’s Delight, dance and picnic spot for Oregon students, is
now owned and operated by two University students, Barry Wheeler,
freshman in biology from Portland, and Don McDonald, Eugene sopho
more in psychology, bought the place last May and have since re
modeled it.
Both men are veterans, Wheeler of the Air Corps and McDonald
of the Marines. Three people are working for them including McDon
ald’s wife.
Asked if the work interfered with studies Wheeler said it just takes
their weekends. He is living there this winter while McDonald lives
at home. Both plan to finish school.
They report that so far business has been running pretty close
but with recent increases in crowds they expect to do very well.
USA Ponders
Vacant Posts
Seven petitioners for a position
the USA steering comittee were
interviewed by the present mem
bers of the committee Tuesday af
ternoon, and the names of those
who will be considered by a general
assembly meeting will be released
The steering committee will se
lect from the petitioners those who
they feel are qualified for the pos
itions open, and will present these
p names before a general assembly
to be voted on. Nominations from
the floor may be made, if the nom
inee has alreday submitted his pe
tition and if there are ten people to
second the nomination.
Positions open on the committee
are three members-at-large, and
the office of president. Petitions
for the office of president are still
being accepted by the committee,
and may be turned in to John Day,
Minturn Hall, Clara Belle Roth,
Rebec House, or any other member
of the steering committee by four
o’clock Thursday. They may also
be brought to the meting at four
at the Side.
Education Majors
To Hear Douglas
Dr. Harl Douglas, former Oregon
professor in education, will speak
to education majors, both gradu
ate and undergraduate, 3 p.m.
Thursday, Room 4, Education.
Dr. Douglas, now director of
the School of Education, Univer
sity of Colorado, has been visiting
in Alaska during a two-quarter
leave. He is now on his way to
California, and en route will stop
in Eugene.
YOUR PORTRAIT—painted in oil
—wonderful Christmas gifts for
parents. Well qualified artist,
excellent work. Call 4-7219 (15)
FOR SALE—Automatic radio
phonograph. Good condition.
41950. 2526 Potter. (17)
WANTED—Local student with car
to substitue on newspaper deliv
ery route. Call 5-4520. (15)
Shackrafs Join
Sigma Delta Chi
Five new membbers were initi
ated into Sigma Delta Chi, men’s
professional journalism fraternity,
Sunday afternoon. They were
guests at a buffet dinner and “shop
talk” at the Del Rey cafe immedi
ately after the ceremonies.
New members are Stan Turn
bull, Tom King, Don Smith, Ken
Metzler and Merle Gors.
Robert L. Jones, assistant pub
lisher of the Salem Capital Jour
nal, was guest speaker at the din
ner and spoke on “Is Newspaper
ing a Game ?”
Several other journalism stu
dents and Eugene professional
members were guests at the din
Cowboy Band
Will Appear
Here Tonight
T. Texas Tyler and seven instru
mentalists will appear tonight
from 9 to 12 p.m. at the Lane
County Barn Dance, on Highway
99 North.
“Remember Me,” "Beautiful
Morning Glory,” and “Beautiful
Life” are a few of Tyler’s most
popular renditions. His appearance
is part of a bi-annual tour through
the Northwest in which he plays
mostly at barn dances and fairs.
Tyler, whose home is in southern
California, makes most of his in
come from Capital records, sing
ing songs in a tearful, pessimistic
He will make a guest appearance
at 4 p.m. this afternoon at the Ap
pliance Center in Eugene.
Tickets for the dance are on
sale at the Eugene and Springfield
Appliance Centers for $1.20 a per
Lions Club Has
Guest Speakers
Miss Gisela Schmidt and Ernst
Lutz, foreign students attending
the University of Oregon, have
been scheduled as speakers at the
Lions Club meeting Wednesday at
noon in the Eugene Hotel.
Both will speak on conditions in
their homelands. Miss Schmidt is
from Helsinki, Finland, and Lutz
is from Dels, Austria.
Dr. Pap Has
Book Published
Dr. Arthur Pap, new University
assistant professor of philosophy,
has recently had his book, “Ele
ments of Analytic Philosophy,”
published by the MacMillan Com
pany. The book is said to be an
innovation in the philosophy world
as it brings the subject within
reach of those at the college level.
“Logical positivism” is the name
given to this movement in present
day philosophy. Formerly informa
tion in it was available only in
very technical works.
Dr. Pap has taught both physics
and philosophy. He taught physics
at Yale and at City College of New
York, and philosophy at Columbia
university and the University of
Chicago. In 1946 he received the
Woodbridge prize for the best Ph.
D. thesis submitted in the depart
ment of philosophy at Columbia.
His baccalaureate and master’s
degrees were received from Col
umbia, and he did graduate work
at Yale before receiving his doc
Youmans To Speak
C. B. Youmans, of the Depart
ment or Physiology of the Uni
versity of Oregon Medical School,
will speak at the Biology Seminar
Friday, at 4 p.m. in 103 Deady.
Youmans’ subject will be, “New
Information Concerning Adrener
gic-Neuroeffector Transmission.’’
Women's Honorary
To Install Officers
Officers of Phi Chi Theta, nation
al business women’s honorary, will
be installed Thursday, 5:30 p.m. at
the organization’s annual installa
tion dinner.
Officers installed will be Johan
ne Wong, president; Dorothy
Thompson, vice president; Betty
Horand, secretary; and Suzanne
Michel, treasurer.
Victor P. Morris, dean of busi
ness administration, will address
the group after dinner.
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ROTC Totals
1042 Men
Total strength of the ROTC de
tachment this fall is 1042 accord
ing to figures released by Col.
Frank R. Maerdian, head of the
Military Science Department. This
is an increase of nearly 16 per
cent over last year's enrollment of
Although the enrollment in the
first year basic course tops last
year's by 139 there is a ten man
decrease in the second year's
course. The first year Advance
class is increased by 26, with 69
men enrolled.
Lack of veterans in the under
graduate schools this fall was con
sidered one of the principal rea
sons why the enrollment in the
Basic class jumped.
Statistics show that a little over
half of the student officers chose
the Ground Forces instead of the
Air Forces, in contrast to last
year when the Air Force led by a
large majority.
Book-Bags Available
The University Book Store now
has available cellophane bags
which may be utilized in keeping
books dry during damp weather.
Previously the store had been out
of this item; however, popular de
mand and recent precipitation ne
cessitated restocking.
Three Ranks Open
In Civil Service
Applications for three civil ser
vice rankings will be accepted un
til Nov. 8, the Civif Service Com
mission announces. Numerous po
sitions will be filled from each of
the rankings.
Junior professional assistant,
junior management assistant, and
junior agricultural assistant are
the rankings.
Announcements of the examina
tions may be obtained from the
U. S. Civil Service Commission,
Washington 25, D. C.
Week's Schedule
Set on Pictures
Ruth Landry, Associate Oregana
Editor in charge of housing, has
set the following schedule for this
week’s living organization pictures:
Wednesday—Delta Tau Delta
and Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Thursday—Kappa Sigma and
Sigma Alpha Mu.
Friday—Delta Upsilon and Phi
Gamma Delta.
The pictures are being taken at
the downtown studios of Kennel
Ellis. House members are requested
to check with appointment cards
now being signed at each house.
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