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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1949)
As part of the community
YWCA’s Festival of Nations to
night, the freshman music com
mission will present four numbers.
The commission’s contribution is
part of the continuous floor show
offered at the Festival, which will
take place from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
at the Community Center down
The entire group will sing
“Swing Low, Sweet Chariot,
“Drink To Me Only with Thine
Eyes,” and “Yea, Ho, Nobody at
Ardyth Chamberlain, commis
sion member, will sing “Loch Lom
Jackie Barbee Miller and Emily
West are junior advisers for the
group, and chairman i s Janis
Psych Prof Panel
To Address Group
Freud, Adler, and the social sci
ences will be discussed by a three
member panel at the Social Soience
Club meeting, Nov. 21. Dinner in
the Faculty Club at 6:15 p.m. will
precede the meeting.
This program is the first in a
series devoted to studying the im
pact of modern thinkers on the
social sciences. Panel members are
R. W. Leeper, professor of psy
chology: Leona Tyler, associate
professor of psychology; and R. A.
Uttman, assistant professor of
Poem by Students
Five University students had
poems accepted for publication in
the annual Anthology of College
Poetry, the National Poetry Asso
ciation announced recently.
‘‘Veil,” by Claude Coffman; “Ode
to a Freightened Sparrow,” by
James McGrath; “Dawning,” by
Elva Jane Rankin; “A Tear,” by
Vic Flack; and “Dream of Love,”
by William Lees, are the poems
The Anthology is a compilation
of the finest poetry written by
American college students, repre
senting every section of the coun
try. Selections were made from
thousands of poems submitted.
Castell to Compare
Authors in Lecture
Alburey Castell, head of the phil
osophy department, will speak on
the subject, “Pope’s Essay on Man
Versus Voltaire's Candide,” tonight
from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Brows
ing Room of the Library.
Speaking of his subject, Castell
stated, “I shall use two 15-minute
scripts which I have prepared for
a broadcast over KOAC In that
station’s weekly series, ‘Invitation
to Read.’ Therefore my talk will
he brief and popular, not academ
Carlisle Moore, assistant profes
sor of English, will lead a discus
sion period following the talk.
The talk is part of the Wednes
day evening browsing room hour
series, and is open to all interested
Night Editor John Epley.
Night Staff Barbara Persons,
Mary Yost, Lyi: Morgan, Cliff
The price of sugar goes up—and
it's going to get into a lot of jams
Propeller Club Adds
Propellor club "coffee meetings”
were inaugurated Tuesday night
when members met to discuss ex
pansion of the club’s activities.
A series of panels to represent
various phases of shipping was
planned. Handling of shipments,
maritime labor, and ship opera
tions are among topics scheduled.
Guest speakers for the school year
were also discussed.
The “coffee meeting” was cre
ated to promote informality at
club meetings and encourage mem
bers to make practical use of the
opportunities for discussion, said
Don Smith, president of the club.
Return or Pay,
On Vet Books
Veterans who have dropped
courses at the University must
either return books for these cours
es or pay for them, according to
James D. Kline, assistant regis
At present the Co-op reports
that some 25 to 30 veterans have
Those wishing to keep govern
ment-issued books may have them
appraised at the Co-op, then pay
for them at the cashier’s office in
Emerald Hall, Kline said.
Names of veterans who have
dropped courses and failed to noti
fy the Co-op will be placed on a
list to be sent to the Veterans’
Letters notifying veterans who
are affected by the ruling will be
sent next week.
Stern Makes Trip
To New York City
Theodore Stern, assistant pro
fessor of anthropology, left yester
day for New York City, where he
will attend the annual meeting of
the American Anthropological As
sociation, Nov. 17 to 19.
Stern will read two papers be
fore the group, one by W. S.
Laughlin, assistant professor of
anthropology, entitled “An Esti
mate of Variability in Living Ani
mals,” and a work of his own,
“Truncation and Differential
Change in the Virginia Algon
Following the meet, Stern will
fly to Virginia, to check archival
material in connection with a com
munity study project.
Stern is a fellow of the Ameri
can Anthropological Society.
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Foreign Students To Visit Homes
Any students wishing to ask
foreign students to their homes
for Thanksgiving dinner or for
the complete vacation are re
quested to notify James D. Kline,
foreign sruaeni auwoci, ... —
Emerald Hall office.
foreign students who as yet
have no plans for Thanksgi' ing
have also given their names to
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