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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1950)
$120 to WSSF Fund
The World Student Service Fund
drive was upped $120 by Friday’s
auction, Chairman Tom Barry re
The Kappa Alpha Theta’s, pur
chased by Sigma Phi Epsilon,
brought $44, while Pi Beta Phi
went to Phi Delta Theta for $42.
The Sigma Phi Epsilons were auc
tioned to Alpha Chi Omega for $19.
Thetas, Pi Phis, and Sig Eps will
serve as table waiters for their
purchases on a date agreeable to
Miscellaneous items donated by
Elmer Wick’s Service Station, Fen
nell's, the University Man’s Shop,
and Westgate Shop, drew $15. Dick
Neely was auctioneer. Curt Finch
and his Pep Band provided enter
USA Plans Appointments
Committees for spring term elec
tions will be appointed Tuesday,
the USA council announced at a
All students, independent or af
filiated, who are interested are
asked to be present. Working
committees will begin to function
at that time.
Students to Travel
In Latin Countries
An accredited tour of South
America, sponsored by the Colum
bia University Travel Service, is
scheduled for the coming sum
Dr. Paul E. Baker, dean of men
at Boise Junior College will con
duct the tour, which will leave
from New York early in July.
Tourists will return in August.
The itinerary includes travel by
boat to Buenos Aires, by air across
Chile and up the west coast of
Panama. The main purpose of the
tour is to study the economic, polit
ical, and cultural situation in South
Six credits applicable at Boise
Junior College and transferable to
other schools will be given. Stu
dents are required only to keep
a notebook of experiences.
Students interested may write to
Dean Baker, Boise Junior College,
Boise Idaho, for reservations.
Only three seats, sir.
Counsellor: Are you troubled by
Student: Naw I enjoy them.
A lecturer refers to the term
“ecology” in reference to a study
of park wild life. Or does he mean
Committee chairmen for the an
nual junior-senior breakfast were
announced Sunday by Karl Van
The breakfast will be held in the
new Carson Hall dining room, Sun
day morning, Apr. 30.
Chairmen are Petermarie Pen
dergast, Jean Hilton, decorations;
B. J. Boner, tickets; Barbara Cler
in, Pat Johnson, programs; Kay
Jackie Pritzen, publicity.
Chairmen will meet today at 4
p. m. in the YWCA, Gerlinger, to
formulate committee procedures.
Speaker for the annual event has
not been announced. Last year's
speaker was Dorothy McCullough
Lee, present mayor of Portland.
At Chungking Student Center,
which is assisted by funds from
World Student Relief, a dining hall
for T.B. students has been set up
to provide a medically recom
During February approximately
200 students among displaced per
sons were daily supplied with meals
at the Innsbruck Students’ Bar
racks, in Austria, which are oper
ated by World Student Relief.
Philosopher to Talk
At Journal Meeting
Arthur Pap, professor of phil
osophy, will speak on “Semantics
and Contempory Philosophy” at
the first spring term meeting of the
Journal club, to be held at 8 p. m.,
Tuesday, in the Men’s Lounge at
Students, faculty and other in
terested persons may attend the
meeting and participate in the in
formal discussion which will fol
low the lecture.
Contributes to Book
Dr. Arthur C. Hearn, a California
educator, has been appointed as
sociate professor of education here
at the University, according to
Dr. P. B. Jacobson, dean of the
school of education.
Beginning next fall, Dr. Hearn
will teach an introductory course
in education in American life, and
graduate courses for prospective
high school principals.
Dr. Hearn, who received his doc
tor’s degree from Stanford univer
sity, is currently principal of Coal
inga high school in California. He is
also an author of numerous articles
which have appeared in educational
To Attend N.W.
Two University of Oregon dele
gates will participate in the third
a*nual Northwest Conference on
Religion in Higher Education, Apr.
14 and 15, at Pacific University,
Thom Hunter, director of West
minster House, Presbyterian stu
dent foundation, will be chairman
of a meeting for pastors, directors,
and advisors. They will discuss
“Capturing the Campus Intellectual
In a meeting for classroom
teachers, Dr. N. P. Jacobson, acting
head of the department of riligion,
will speak on “The Introductory
Course in Religion at the Univer
sity of Oregon.”
The purpose of the conference
will be to unite all those related
to religion in higher education, re
gardless of denomination, for a
consideration of common tasks and
Tyler Plays Wednesday
T. Texas Tyler and his western
band will play at Willamette Park
in Eugene on Apr. 12. Admission
is $1 plus tax.
At WISCONSIN and Colleges
and Universities throughout
e country CHESTERFIELD is
the largest-selling cigarette."
Famous Wisconsin Alumnus, says:
“Chesterfield satisfies because it’s
MILDER. It’s my cigarette.”
Eflllfllsl By Recent National Survey