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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1949)
12 noon—YMCA cabinet, Y head
7 p.m.—Girls drill team, 105 Com
7 p.m.—Inter - Varsity Christian
Fellowship, John Straub Hall,
Fred Beard, superintendent of
the University Press speaking on
“Food for Thought.”
7 p.m.—Christian Science Organi
zation, 1251 Emerald.
6:30 p.m!—Kwama, Kappa Alpha
Postal Jobs Available
Hen students interested in U.S.
Post Office jobs for Christmas va
cation should contact Shirley Syl
vester, manager of the employ
ment service in the old YMCA
Red Imperialism Good, Says Herbert Phillips
(Continued jrom page one)
of the East” have a problem of
disciplining anti-social forces.
These countries have emancipated
themselves from western domin
ance and imperialism.
Phillips, who is making a tour
of 40 college campuses in an effort
to achieve academic reinstatement,
feels that the attack on the Com
munist party is not isolated but
an attack on all freedoms.
Billions of dollars and massive
reinteration have been used to
fight the party, Phillips claimed.
Phillips termed his speech an
effort to refute the major premise
of those fighting the Communist
party, that of the subversiveness
of the party.
Communism is democratic, Phil
lips stated, and cannot be imposed
but has to come from the people.
The Red Army is the people’s
Phillips, a self-styled expert on
authoritarianism, believes that
force and intimidation is the worst
type of authoritarianism. He de
nied that Communists preach the
use of force and violence, but under
questioning admitted that force
may be necessary if the fascist
Robert Dresback, chairman of
the Young Progressives of Eugene,
presided at the meeting and intro
duced Phillips. Literature on the
Civil Rights Congress and the Na
tional Non-Partisan Committee to
Defend the 12 Communist Leaders
was distributed at the meeting.
Executive Council to Change Oregon Seal
(Continued from page one)
of new cards. Old cards were used
for the stunts at Saturday’s Home
coming game, and some of the
colors were labeled unsatisfactory.
Going on record as favoring a
unified campus drive to replace
the many charity appeals, the
Council authorized President Art
Johnson to appoint Joanne Fryden
lund to investigate the situation.
Miss Frydenlund will choose addi
tional members for her committee.
Suggestions for the drive in
cluded subscription at registration,
pledging of breakage fees, and the
use of benefit programs such as
last year’s All-Campus Vodvil,
given for the World Student Serv
Junior representative Bill Lance,
working on the possibility of set
I ting up a Faculty Follies of pro
fessorial and administrative talent,
reported that most faculty mem
bers contacted seemed enthusias
tic about the idea but were reluc
tant to take the initial' steps of
organizing the show.
The Council took steps toward
organizing the proposed Student
Forum radio show, with facilities
provided by the speech department
but control exercised by the stu
The program would be a weekly
show airing the opinions of cam
pus leaders on current “hot” is
sues of student life.
Miss Orr and Johnson will ap
point a student board, subject to
the approval of the Council, to
formulate and administer plans for
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