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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1950)
John Barton and Sam Fidman
have been named Emerald sports
editors by Editor Don Smith, head
ing a list of staff appontments for
the remainder of the year. Barton
and Fidman have been working as
sports writers on the paper.
Don Thompson, formerly layout
manager, has been named by Busi
ness Manager Joan Mimnaugh to
replace Cork Mobley as advertis
ing manager. Mobley has been pro
moted to assistant business mana
A newly-created position, that
of copy editor, will be filled by
Marjory Bush, who will be in
charge of copy desk personnel.
Bonnie Birkemeier has been
named national-advertising mana
ger, replacing Larilyn Thompson,
who is now going to school in
A new headline desk editor will
be Larry Meiser, who rejoins the
staff after a term out of school,
replacing Suzanne Cockeram, who
■ New women’s editor will be June
Fitzgibbons, who has been given a
temporary appointment. She will
work closely with Anne Goodman
and Mary Ann Delsman in putting
out the women’s page each Mon
Pallett to Speak
To Future Teachers
The Future Teachers of Oregon
organization will hear Dr. E. M.
Fallett speak on “Job Positions in
Oregon” Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
in Room 2 Education.
Dr. Pallett is director of the
teapher placement bureau.
Discussions will be held after
the speech. Underclassmen are
particularly invited because sug
gestions as to what courses to
take in college will be made and
the qualifications employers look
for will be discussed.
FOR SALE—1947 Buick custom
convertible to highest bidder.
Call Jack Baldwin, Sederstrom
hall, room 215. 56
RENT—Room and board for 2
students with car. Breakfast,
dinner, room, $60. 1486 E 25th,
phone 4-2731. 56
FOR SALE—New steel ski poles,
car rack, girl’s skis, boots,
reasonable. Hulda Glos, ath
letic dept., ext. 281. (11)
FOR SALE — Model “A” coupe
with rumble seat; new motor.
Best offer. Brian Teller, ext. 321.
LOST—Gray Parker pen “51” at
Mac Court Sat. night. Reward.
Harry Mock, ext. 322 59
FOR SALE—’34 Ford sedan, good
condition. $85. Phone James Hill,
University ext. 385. 57
FOR RENT—Rooms for student
couples, with kitchen and pri
vate entrance. 1353 Agate. 58
LOST—Dark brown, horn rimmed
glasses between Ed. building and
Pi Phi house final week. Call
ext. 492, Janice Schneider. 57
LOST—White lady Buxton wallet,
Friday afternoon on campus.
Call Lucretia PrentisS, 5-9162.
FOR SALE—Webster 80 wire re
corder. Like new! Portable! Re
tail, $150. Sell for $115. Bob
Crites, 4-4241. 58
String Quartet On
The University String Quartet
will present their first program of
the quarter over KOAC at 6:15
today. The group consists of Ed
mund A. Cykler, viola; Milton Die
terich, cello; George Boughton,
violin; and' Stacy Green, piano.
All are members of the School of
“Quartet for piano, violin, viola
and cello” is to be the featured
composition of the half hour re
cital. It was composed in four
movements by Gabriel Faure, 19th
Century French romanticist.
“Quartet” is the first of two piano
concertos by Faure.
“Invitation to Head” with Pro
fessor Alburey Castell will con
clude the University broadcast for
the day. From 6:45 to 7 Dr. Castell
will review the book “Brave New
World” by Aldous Huxley, a novel
describing life on the Earth in a
future century. Huxley describes
the habits and mores of the people
in a manner that has proved great
ly interesting to students of the
social sciences and readers of the
This is a big year for curves in
baseball —and now Mae West is
reopening a show on Broadway,
Protection of builders and the
community from inferior materials
and methods is the proper purpose
of any building code, according to
Arnold M. Westling, engineering
and planning consultant.
Commenting on what a national
magazine recently called a “sense
less tangle” of outmoded city build
ing codes, Westling, consultant for
University's Bureau of Municipal
Research and Service, asserted
that such criticism can not be
applied to the building codes of
Eugene and most other Oregon
To Attend Meeting
Mrs. Golda P. Wickham, direc
tor of women’s affairs, will attend
a state board meeting of the Ore
gon Mothers’ Association in Salem
Accompanying her will be Mrs.
Howard Boyd, past state president
and present board member, and
Mrs. Thad Luckey, president of the
Eugene Mothers’ group.
A report on scholarship winners
will be given by Mrs. Wickham.
President of the Oregon State
M o t h e r s’ Association is Mrs.
George H. Swift of Salem.
Army Gold Bars
Received by Six
Gold bars will soon gleam on the
shoulders of six University of Ore
gon men who recently passed re
quirements for second lieutenant's
commissions in the United States
They are: William S. Privett,
Robert S. Phillips, and Charles H.
Anderson, infantry; Alex B.
Cleary, Robert G. Kingsbury and
Norman L. Rhodes, transportation
corps, all four-year ROTC stu
Privett and Phillips, fall term
graduates, will receive their com
missions this month, the others in
All of the men were designated
as distinguished military students
during their junior year, and fol
lowing application for Regular
Army commissions, successfully
completed Board tests, and physi
BA Student Completes
John Toomey, for two years a
student in business administration
here, has been graduated in Sales
manship Training by LaSalle Ex
tension University, Chicago.
Toomey is getting selling experi
ence as drive salesman in various
HONG KONG, Jan. 9, (UP) —
Capt. David “Davey” Jones of the
freighter Flying Arrow wirelessed
tonight that his ship was “unsea
worthy” after a shelling by a
Chinese Nationalist gunboat.
Reporting that he feared a new
outbreak of fires—started by the
shelling—Jones urgently asked the
ship’s owners in New York for
aid in getting to Communist-held
Shanghai from his anchorage off
the mouth of the Yangtze river.
“Isbrandtsen New York,” Jones
said in an appeal to the Isbrand
Profs Receive Posts
In History Association
Named to offices in the Pacific
Coast Division of the American
Historical Association recently
were two associate professors in.
the History Department.
Quirinus Breen was appointedt
to the executive council of the
group, and Paul S. Dull was ap
pointed chairman of the committee
This is an off-year in politix.but
next year there will be a long open
season on politicians. Spot light
ing is not illegal and it is one of
the best ways to get a fat old buck
% Because of You”
THE MARCH OF
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