Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 21, 1950, Page 7, Image 7

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    Civil Service
The third annual conference of
federal agencies operating in the
Northwest will be held on the Ore
gon campus Thursday, Feb. 23.
Delegates will be faculty members
and students.
The general session will be held
at 2 p. m. in 3 Fenton. Arnold
Standing, president of the Port
land Federal Personnel Council,
will speak on “Careers in the Fed
eral Service.” Others will discuss
compensation, requirements, and
methods of entering the service.
At 3 p. m. there will be section
meetings at which a faculty mem
ber will preside, a representative
of one of the federal agencies will
speak upon opportunities in that
field, and a federal personnel man
will answer questions on how to
get a position.
The accounting and auditing sec
tion will meet in 206 Commerce;
Law, in 307 Fenton; Planning and
Architecture, 107 Archeticture;
Public Relations, 2 Commerce; the
Sciences, 107 Commerce; Secre
tarial and Office Management, 106
Commerce; and Social Science and
General Business, 105 Commerce.
The section meetings are open
to students and are designed to
explain opportunities in the fed
eral service and how to enter it.
Dr. E. S. Wengert will preside
at a luncheon at 12 noon in the
Faculty Club.
National Cage
(Continued from page four)
Carolina State Wolfpack (20-4),
who posted two decisions last week.
They avenged an earlier reversal
by swamping Duke under a 68-50
score, and chalked up a 66-52 vic
tory over strong Louisville."
Down in the number eight spot,
their lowest of the year, were the
Long Island U. Blackbirds, poses
sors of a 17-3 ledger. They tumbled
from fourth after their 60-54 loss
at the hands of Duquesne. The
Blackbirds meet another tough
team this week when they tangle
with Cinicnnati.
The Kentucky Wildcats, paced by
Bill Spivey, were <close behind in
ninth. They racked up three decisive
conquests during the week to hit the
20-victory mark as against four set
backs. The Wildcats blasted Mis
sissippi, 90-50, and throttled Ala
bama, 77-57. Saturday the giant
center Sipvey recorded 40 points as
his team crushed hapless Georgia
Tech, 97-62.
Western Kentucky maintained
its hold on tenth position by post
ing three triumphs. Two of these
came at the expense of Miami of
Florida, by scores of 79-57 and 83
47, and the third came as the Hill
toppers buried Evansville under an
81-56 margin, for their 22nd win to
go with four losses.
Top Pacific Coast squad was
UCLA (19-4) in 14th. Others were
Washington State 38th, San Jose
USC 26th, San Francisco 35th,
State 49th, Washington 54th, and
Oregon State 57th.
Here are the ratings, including
Saturday’s game:
1. Holy Cross (22-0)
2. Bradley (23-3)
2. Duquesne (20-1)
4. St. John’s (20-3)
5. Ohio State (17-3)
6. LaSalle (16-3)
7. North Carolina State (20-4)
8. Long Island U. (17-3)
9. Kentucky (20-4)
10. Western Kentucky (22-4)
11. Indiana (16-3)
12. Wisconsin (14-4)
13. Kansas State (15-5)
14. UCLA (19-4)
15. Toledo (20-4)
16. CCNY (14-4)
17. Arizona (20-2)
18. Wyoming (22-7)
19. Canisius (16-5)
Executive Council
(Continued from page one)
ciplinary matters, and an organ
dent determination of student dis
ization chart which would leave
no problems resulting from the
formation of autonomous boards
but would leave room for the
growth of new activities.
Student Opinion Questionnaire
A student opinion questionnaire
for suggestions for constitutional
revision will be put out by the com
mittee soon, Neely stated. Other
members of the group, which has
been meeting weekly since last fall,
are Leslie Tooze, Velma Snell
strom, Gordon Howard, Walter
Dodd, Fred Taylor, and Dick Mc
Council members decided to table
discussion on the extent of its
supervisory powers over classes
and honoraries until next Monday’s
meeting. Questions under con
sideration included whether the
council should have a closer' say
in determining class activities—
how dances and similar functions
should be run—and whether the
Council can require an honorary to
do a job for the Council.
The Publications Board at its
last meeting consented to appoint
the editor of the Ore-nter, fresh
man information booklet, if the
Executive Council would take care
of financial problems for the pub
lication. The Council will appoint
a student to take over this respon
sibility next week on the basis of
recommendations by Council mem
Committee to Decide
Questions to be sent to the
judiciary committee, which de
cides on matters of constitutional
ity or disputes in elections, in
clude (1) Whether there are any
restrictions on the Council’s pow
er to determine polling places, and
if so what? (2) Is an informal tele
phone ballot of Council meipbers
constitutional? and (3) the Con
stitution states that any member
of the ASUO who shall have com
pleted at least three terms here
and shall have accumulated 110
credits hours shall be eligible for
election to the position of presi
dent, first vice president, second
vice president, secretary-treasurer,
or senior class representative. Does
this limit other students from elig
In explanation of the third
question, Senior Representative
Dick Neely claimed that the word
“shall” is ambiguous in a legal
sense and requires clarification,
since it does not specifically ex
clude other students from running.
It is possible that boxing may
be started as an intramural sport
here next year, with the condition
that if enough interest is shown it
may become an intercollegiate
sport the following year, Junior
Representative Herb Nill reported.
Discuss ASUO Assemblies
Junior representative Gordon
Howard reported on his investiga
tion into the possibility of renew
ing the weekly ASUO assemblies
held before the war.
Howard will contact Dan E.
Clark, chairman of the University
Assembly committee, to see what
that group’s reaction to the pro
posal of reinstating these as
semblies next year, possibly on
Wednesday afternoons.
“It is not the hope of the Uni
versity to collect more money from
the $5 late fee assessed students
now on campus who do not register
during pre-registration,” DuShane
The Board of Deans felt the fee
necessary to make pre-registration
effective, DuShane stated. If all
students do not register during
pre-registration, confusion results
because registration at the begin
ning of the term is conducted on
the first day of classes rather than
on a separate day as in previous
years. Last term 90 per cent of
the student body registered during
pre-registration, DuShane said.
High School
To be Held
~ Twc>hundred high school stu
dents will consider the question
“Will Present United States For
eign Policy Promote Peace and
Prosperity?” at the International
Relations League Conference on
the campus Friday and Saturday.
The conference will open Friday
morning with introductions, wel
coming speeches, and an address
by Mrs. Grace Bok Holmes, liaison
officer of the United Nations In
ternational Children’s Emergency
John F. Grange, director of the
Woodrow Wilson School of Foreign
Affairs at the University of Vir
ginia, will speak on general as
pects of United States foreign
policy at the annual banquet at
the Osborn Hotel.
Students selected from different
schools will preside over meetings,
and experts in various fields will
Registration for the conference
will be at Johnson Hall Thursday
evening and Friday morning. Del
egates and advisers will be housed
in campus living organizations.
Forty high schools in Oregon and
one in Washington will be repre
A study guide to aid delegates
in considering United States for
eign policy has been prepared
under the direction of Charles P.
Schleicher, professor of political
science, who is in charge of gen
eral arrangements for the confer
Contributes to the pamphlet are
Paul S. Dull, associate professor
of political science and history;
Ivan G. Nagy, assistant professor
of political science; E. C. Robbins,
Jr., instructor in economics; Gor
don Wright, professor of history;
and Schleicher, and students Rob
ert Erickson, Robert M. Hooker,
and Glen Morgan.
Chinese Celebrate
New Year's — 4647
Francisco's 30,000 Chinese—or
at least those old-timers who be
lieve the year is 4647 rather than
1950—celebrated Chinese New
Year’s at midnight last Tuesday
with the traditional firecrackers
and family parties.
The Chinese Chamber of Com
merce said that no formal celebra
tion was planned by the largest
Chinese colony outside Asia but
that most business activities would
come to a halt for the rest of the
Sammies Cop
(Continued from page four)
In the only “B” game “anything
goes” and everything went as Sig
ma Chi spilled Merrick 20-8. At
half-time the thirteenth street quint
led 8-4. Bill Collver and John Jones
had five points apiece for the win
ners. Hob Deuel had four for the
Sigma Chis as did Merrick forward
Bill Ficks.
Conley, Evans
(Continued from page four)
signment of checking the elusive
Rich Evans. Gayda, a senior, has
turned in some great defensive
games during his WSC career, one
of which was his game with Bob
Cope of Montana last season.
Gonzaga’s hoop coach Bill Un
derwood will have an all senior
quintet to throw at the Cougars
when the two squads meet in Pull
man and Spokane. The Bulldog’s
seniors will be battling it out with
a Friel coached five composed of
one senior, two juniors, and two
Assistant Managing Editor: Norm
Desk Editor: Jackie Pritzen.
Copy Desk: Roe Jensen, Lorna
Davis, Georgiann Laca, Tom
Night Editor: Rusty Holcomb.
Night Staff: Mary Yost, Joanne
Sweet, Jack Young.
Chess Club to Meet
The University of Oregon Chess
Club will meet in 206 Commerce to
night elt 7:30 p. m.
Campus Amazons will have a
chance to show their height and
get rewarded for it, Horace W.
Robinson, director of the Univer
sity Theater said yesterday.
The tallest girl in the Univer
sity will be given two free tickets
to the Amazon production of the
University Theater, “The Warrior's
Husband,” if she proves she is the
Girls who find they tower above
the fellows they date can get
measured at the business office of
the University Theater between
now and Tuesday, Feb. 28.
The winner will be given tickets
to one of the six production nights
of the comedy, opening Mar. 3 and
playing Mar. 4, 8, 9, 10, and 11.
An Illinois man was sued by the
husbands of two women for steal
ing dangerous to play with mat
The husband who has no secrets
from his wife has either confessed
or has been found out.
It doesn’t pay for long to get
paid for what you know when it’3
only the lowdown on the boss. ■
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The song of the careless motor
ist is full of sharp turns and flats.
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