Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 11, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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Upjohn Exhibit
Set for Gallery
" Paintings "of th<T UpjohrTcollec
tion of contemporary art are be
ing prepared for display Sunday in
the Art School exhibition gallery.
The exhibit will continue until
Nov. 26, when the collection will
be sent to Montana State College
in Bozeman.
The collection, representing the
•work of 28 contemporary Ameri
can artists, dramatizes health
problems that face people in daily
life. The collection is titled “Your
Doctor Speaks.’’
Each painting will illustrate a
message on the prevention and
control of specific illnesses, sum
ming up the latest advances in
medical treatment of each illness.
The Midtown Galleries handles
the yearly exhibition tour for the
Upjohn Company, leading manu
facturers of pharmaceuticals.
College Leaders
To Hear Russell
Dr. John Dale Russell, director
of the Division of Higher Educa
tion in the United States Office of
Education, will he guest leader of
a conference of presidents and ex
ecutive officers of Oregon universi
ties and colleges on the campus
Nov. 16.
This is the second annual Oregon
Conference on Higher Education.
The first was organized by the Un
iversity of Oregon last year. Every
institution of higher education in
Oregon will be represented. Ses
sions this year will be held in the
Browsing Room of the Library.
Dr. Russell will speak on “A
National Scholarship Program,"
and "Problems of Accreditation at
the College and University Level."
Following morning and afternoon
talks, Oregon educators will parti
cipate in panel discussions.
Harry K. Newburn, University
of Oregon president, will open the
conference and present a summary
at its close. Rex Putnam, state
(Superintendent of public instruc
tion, will be present and will take
•part in an afternoon panel discus
cion.
Morse to Talk
On Congress
Senator Wayne Morse (R., Ore.)
will present a discussion of the 81st
Congress at the Chamber of Com
merce noon luncheon today in the
Persian Room of the Eugene Hotel.
The address has been publicized
as an informal “down to earth'
story of some of the major issues
that came before the Slst Con
gress. A capacity crowd is ex
pected.
Morse, whose home is in Eugene,
arrived on the University of Ore
gon campus in 1929, serving as
assistant professor of law until
the following year when he be
came associate professor.
He served in that capacity until
1931, when he was appointed dean
of the School of Law, a position he
held until his election to the Sen
ate in 1914.
During the Roosevelt admini
stration, he was called upon in
numerous instances to serve on
labor arbitration boards and to
conduct studies of penal institu
tion administration.
Morse is the author of “A Sur
vey of the Grand Jury System."
and co-authored "The Administra
tion of Criminal Justice in Ore
gon," and “Attorney General's Sur
vey of Release Procedures,” be
sides contributing to many law re
views and periodicals.
AWS Prexy Picks
Charity Party Heads
Eleanor Johns, junior in liberal
arts, has been named chairman of
the annual Associated Women Stu
dents Charity Party, AWS Presi
dent Marie Lombard announced
Thursday.
This year’s party, designed to
collect and distribute Christmas
boxes to needy Eugene families, is
scheduled for Dec. 3.
Marilyn Thompson will chair
man the collections committee;
Dolores Jeppesen will head distri
bution; Elizabeth Waddell, pro
gram; Barbara Jeremiah, publi
city: Betty Jones, decorations; and
Arden Hebb, food.
Carson Housemother
Slips, Breaks Ankle
Mrs. Edna Stokes, housemother
at Carson Hall, suffered a broken
ankle Wednesday night when she
slipped on a step near the library.
Mrs. Stokes has been at Hen
dricks Hall since then, but will re
turn to Carson today.
A small bone in her right ankle
was broken, and she will use
crutches for six to eight weeks.
Her foot was placed in a cast at
Sacred Heart Hospital.
No Council Meeting
T^o Executive Council meeting
will be held Monday, Art Johnson,
president, said yesterday. Several
representatives will not have re
turned from a n Intercollegiate
Conference at Willamette Univer
sity in Salem, or the California
game.
Wesley Sets Open House
Wesley Foundation will hold
open house at 8 p.m. tonight. Stu
dents may dance, sing, play ping
pong, and other table games.
An old-fashioned “Box Social”
will take place at the house Sat
urday evening. Students will
square dance and play folk games.
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