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Gtiotchetif, Old Vet
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propriations you need. Don’t you think so, I
You know as well as I do what would hap
pen. It wouldn’t sell Jack, it just wouldn’t go.
Now if most of the teachers were women,
then the situation would be different. That’s
for sure. Then you could light up your meers
chaum, shine your shoes on the back of your
:ords, and saunter in with a routine like this.
“Ma’m, I want you all to know that you
have positively got the extreraest decollete’
on the whole danged campus and I could just
watch you lecture all day.” Think it over men,
if we could get away with that stuff we
wouldn’t have cause to worry about being
pointed out as the dumbest sex on the campus.
They study more, too, which is of course the
most unethical advantage they could take.
Baldinger to Discuss Murals
Of Orozco at Lecture-Forum
Dr. W. 3. Baldinger, associate
professor of art, will discuss “Or
jzco’s Last Murals” during the
.ecture-forum series in the library
browsing room at 7:30 tomorrow.
He will illustrate the talk with
slides on the painter’s work.
Dr. Baldinger met the late Jose
Elements Orozco while he was in
Mexico last year. The Mexican
painter was educated at the Na
tional Agricultural School and the
[Rational University of Mexico.
After spending some time in the
gpited States, he returned to Mex
ico in 1922 and became one of the
leaders in the Syndicate of Paint
irs and. Sculptors, an organization
interested in the revival of the
indent art of mural and fresco
Orozco executed many murals
md frescoes in Mexico, and in the
United States, such as those in the
Mew School of Social Research at
Mew York, and the series of mural
panels in the Baker Library at
Dartmouth College in which he
;raced the history of America.
“Orozco’s Last Murals,” an ar
;icle by Dr. Baldinger, will appear
n the February issue of “Magazine
Dr. P. J. Powers, assistant pro
essor of romance languages, will
ead the discussion after tomor
Dakland PTA to Hear
(line, Foreign Students
Two University foreign students
ind a faculty member travel to
Dakland today to speak at an 8
). m. Parent-Teacher Association
neeting in the high school auditor
The three are Gisela Schmidt,
Finnish student, Walter Billing,
tudent from Germany, and James
D. Kline, assistant registrar and
oreign student adviser.
Afiss Schmidt will talk on “A
Finnish Student Views an Amer
can Campus,” while “Postwar Ed
ication in Germany,” will be Bill
On campus Miss Schmidt and
Silling are sponsored by the Alpha
5hi and Sigma Phi Epsilon houses,
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Thomas to Talk
Norman Thomas, Socialist can
didate for president during the last
several elections, will speak at Mc
Arthur Court Mar. 1.
He will discuss “Life and Loyal
ties,” emphasizing the epics of
man and society, and their de
pendence on man’s various loyal
Students, faculty, and towns
people may attend the address. The
speech is one of the assembly series,
under the direction of the Uni
versity assembly committee.
Thomas will speak on the cam
pus after an afternoon appearance
in Corvallis the same day.
Begins Today at 3
The all-University extemporane
ous speaking contest will hold its
preliminary contest at 3 p. m. to
day in 104 Villard.
Subject of the speeches will be
the American foreign policy. The
final contest will be held Wednes
day at 8 p. m. in 104 Villard. Stu
dents will be allowed to choose
their specific topic within the gen
eral category some 45 minutes be
fore their speech.
Awards of $50, $30, $20 will be
presented from the Jewett fund.
Judging will be on quality, organ
ization, speaking technique, and
the establishment of a point of
Les Thelemites Plan
Members of “Les Thelemites,”
French classes, and other interest
ed persons may attend a meeting
of the French Club tonight, at 8:15
at Wesley House.
Scenes from a play of the late
1920s, “Topaze” by Marcel Pagone,
will be presented by first and
second-year students from the
classes of Miss Raymonde Rich
ard, instructor in Romance Lang
The varied program will also in
clude listening to records and sing
ing French songs. Refreshments
will be served.
Plans May Exhibit
Two representatives of the Na
tional Cash-Register Company
visited the School of Business Ad
ministration recently, to make
plans for a machine exhibit and
special training school to be held
on the campus in May.
The men, G. R. Parker and S. F.
Lewis made plans for a special
class and lecture series, in con
junction with the event.
A similar school and exhibit was
held in the spring of 1949.
Hawaiian Club to Meet
The Hui O Kamaaina Hawaiian
club will meet tonight in the Men’s
Lounge of Gerlinger at 7 p. m.
To View Slides
Slides of Camp Seabeck will be
shown today when the YWCA
Sophomore Commission meets at
Gerlinger for dinner at 5:30 p. m.
Shirley Hillard, last year’s dele
gate to the Seabeck conference,
will discuss the slides.
Velma Snellstrom, YWCA vice
president, will talk on opportunities
the Y offers during the summer.
She will discuss the government
training school in Washington, D.
C., social work training in Mexico,
and a European tour for the study
of economic conditions abroad.
Kay Kuckenberg, cabinet chair
man for conferences, urges all
sophomore girls to attend the
meeting, which will be the last one
A charge of 25 cents will be
made for the dinner. In charge
of arrangements is Karla Van
Loan, social chairman for the
Madelon Adler, sophomore in
music, will present a piano concert
in Newport tonight at a high school
benefit program. Proceeds are
slated for the purchase of new
band uniforms for'Newport High
Her program will include a
Beethoven sonata, work by Schu
mann, Brahms, and Chopin, and a
featured group by the modern
American composer Ernest Bloch,
at whose home she will be a guest.
She will conclude with Ravel’s
“Pavanne” and Dohnanyi’s “Rhap
Miss Adler is now in her fifth
year of study with George Hop
kins, professor of piano, at the
University. She spent the last
three years of her high school ed
ucation as a special student here.
The student pianist will present
the same program next Tuesday
in Klamath Falls. She was fea
tured soloist with the Portland
Junior Symphony last year.
Skull and Dagger Meet
The regular meeting of the
Skull and Dagger will be tonight at
7 in The Side.
10 to be Initiated
By Phi Eta Sigma
Ten men will be initiated into
Phi Eta Sigma, national freshman
scholastic honorary, tomorrow
night at 6 pan. in Alumni Hall,
President Harry K. Newburn
will become an honorary member
of the fraternity.
Initiatees include; Dick Dahlberg,
John S. Evans, Jim Haycox, Ron
Kovar, Clifford Lcimbeck, Bill
Mikkelson, Edward Robison, Jerry
Snyder, Chris Williams and Del
A banquet at the Del Rey Cafe
will follow initiation ceremonies. W
A. Dahlberg, associate professor 01
speech, will be the guest speaker
Dahlberg’s speech is entitled, “B.M.
O.C.” Stan Pierson senior in history
is slated to act as group speaker.
U.S. to Disclose
WASHINGTON, Feb. 20—(UP;
—State department officials saic
today that an announcement or
the U. S.-Bulgarian diplomats
crisis may come within 24 hours.
This intensified speculation!
that the United States is on th<
verge of severing diplomatic rela
tions with Bulgaria, although the
announcement could involve an
other exchange of notes or a fina
ultimatum to the Communist-rur
Dispatches from Sofia, the Bui
gar capital, said Sunday tba1
American diplomatic officials there
had been alerted for a possible dip
The State Department threaten
ed such a rupture a month ago un
less Bulgaria dropped demands fo
the recal of U. S. Minister Donate
R. Heath, accused of conspiring te
overthrow the Sofia regime.
Actors to Show
Scenes from Plays
The Techniques of Acting class
will present scenes from plays in
the Laboratory Theater, 102 Vil
lard at 4 and 7:30 p. m. today.
Under the direction of Horace
W. Robinson and Mrs. Ottalie T,
Seybolt, the classes will do parts
from “Thadra,” and “Othello” and
Both presentations are open to
IVCF to Feature
Talk by Yorton
Inter-Varsity Christian fellow
ship will feature Bernett Yorton, a
pre-med student, speaking1 on the
topic, “In the Grip of God,” at 7
p.m. tonight in John Straub cafe
Yorton, now attending the Uni
versity, is a former student of West
mont College of Santa Barbara,
Calif. Students may attend the
French Chat Today
A French Causerie, or chat, will
be held today at 2 p. m. in the Side.
Students in French classes and
others who understand French are
invited to take part in the Caus
eries, which are held every week.
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