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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1950)
Journalism Group to Fete
Frosh, Sophomore Women
Outstanding sophomore and freshman women in journalism
■will be honored by Theta Sigma Phi at Matrix Table, the group’s
annual formal banquet, at 6:30 tonight in Carson Hall dining
Charlotte Paul Groshell, outstanding Washington state news
paperwoman. will be guest speaker. Although only 34 years old.
Mrs. Groshell has had experience in reporting, editing, free lance
and novel writing. At present,
she is co-puhlisher with her hus
band of a weekly newspaper.
Last year the Washington State
Dress club awarded her first prize
for the most distinguished report
ing in the weekly field.
I Served On Times
Mrs. Groshell served as assis
tant foreign editor for the Chicago
Daily Times for two years. Dur
ing part of that time, she acted as
foreign editor. In 1941 she was
foreign correspondent for the
Times in Central America. For
three years she was on the edi
torial staff of Coronet-Esquire.
A graduate of Vassal1 College,
Mrs. Groshell in 1937 won first
prize in a collegiate short short
story contest. Mince men ner ar
ticles and stories have appeared
in publication throughout the Uni
ted States and Canada.
Her first novel, “Hear My
Heart Speak,’’ was published re
cently, and is featured as “book
of-the-month” by one club.
Music Program Planned
A musical program featuring
students from the University mu
sic school will also be presented at
the banquet. Recognition will be
given to outstanding girls in jour
nalism from Eugene's high schools.
New Theta Sigma Phi members
will be tapped.
Margaret Reid,-president of the
honorary, is in charge of- the ban
Showing to Aid
A “vivid, exciting and realistic”
pictorial presentation of the air
war in the Pacific during World
War 11 will be seen this afternoon
whim “The Fighting Lady” is
shown in 207 Chapman at 4 p.m.
Shown under the sponsorship of
the Naval Air Reserve Training
Unit at Seattle, “The Fighting
Lady" presentation will be part of
,the information appearance of Lt.
Commander H. .1. Martin and Chief
J. L. Fairbanks. The two Navy
!officers will be on the campus to
explain the program of the Naval
(Air Reserve Training Unit.
“The Fighting Lady" was made
under actual battle‘conditions cn
the decks of an aircraft carrier in
the early phases of the Pacific war.
Shot entirely in color, the movie
was first shown to military per
• nonet. Since the war it has been
seen in many commercial move
theaters. The movie will he open
jto all students.
Lt. Commander Martin "and
Chief Fairbanks will be available
for interviews all day Thursday.
Interested persons may contact
Karl Onthank, graduate place
ment director, for further infor
The Naval Air Reserve program
includes a four-year contract, pay
ing $155 a month. A minimum of
two years in coUegv is required
with an age limit of 18 to 27. The
program is not open to married
To Give Finale
The University String- Quartet
will present the last of its concerts
for the term at •! p.m. Sunday in,
the music school auditorium.
Guest artist will be Robert Herd. |
professor of piano, who will perfoim
on the piano in Mozart's Piano
Quartets by Beethoven and Schu
bert will also be included in the
Members of the group are George
Roughton, professor of violin, and
Mary Kapp Allton, violins; E. A.
C’ykler, professor of musicology, vi
lla; and Milton Dieterich, professoi
of cello, violoncello.
No charge will be made for ad
mission and the concert is open toj
The Veterans’ Administration
announced Wednesday that all
veterans planning to attend sum
mer school under Public Law 346
should check immediately to de
termine their eligibility status.
Any veteran planning to attend
the same school in the same major
field need only register for the
summer session and follow the ne
cessary veterans’ procedure.
Students planning to enroll in
a different school must file an ap
plication for a supplemental certi
ficate, listing the name of the
school and the proposed course.
A change in course, either at the
same school" or in a different
school, requires a new supplemen
Veterans who wish to change to
their general field of "study must
submit reasons for such a change.
The Veteran s’ Administration
must approve any changes before
a supplemental certificate will be
Further information may be se
cured from J. D. Kline, veterans’
adviser, Kmerald Hall. All appli
cations for eligibility certificates
must be filed through the Portland
office of the Veterans’ Adminis
Solo Tryouts Saturday
Tryouts for soloists with the
University Symphony Orchestra
will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday
in the Music School auditorium.
The auditions are designed to
select the most outstanding music
students from the standpoint of}
public performance. The program
will be open to the public.
Success of the YW-YMCA cloth
ing drive, which officially ended
last week, has not yet been deter
mined, according to Eleanor John
ston, mailing chairman.
Sorting and packing of the
clothes got under way Monday.
The number of pounds of clothing
collected will not be known until
Miss Johnston urged that any
houses with partially-filled boxes
of old clothes, which weren't pick
ed up last Thursday, should eith
er contact the YMCA or bring the
contribution to the YWCA offices
Any late donations of clothing
will also be appreciated by the two
groups. Such contributions will
be picked up by the YMCA, or may
be turned in at the YW head
Profs to Help
Several faculty members will
participate in the annual State
Conference of Social Work, held
Thursday through Saturday at the
Multnomah hotel in Portland.
Verl Lewis, professor of social
work at the University and the
general extension division, is con
Elon PI. Moore, head of the so
ciology department, will speak on
“What tiie In-migrant Does to
Oregon,” at a general session Fri
day morning. He will also pre
side over a general session that
night. Another chairman will be
J. R. Parsons, professor of sociol
ogy, who will preside over the pan
el on “Professional Social Work
Joel V. Berreman, professor of
sociology, will speak on a panel
concerning “Family Life Educa
tion: Its Meaning for Social Work
ers.” “Where Do We Go From
Here” will be the subject of a talk
by Eldon L. Johnson, dean of the
graduate school and the College
of Liberal Arts.
On League Staff
Mrs. Olga A. Freeman recently
joined the staff of the League of
Oregon Cities as reference assis
She served as district super
visor in charge of the business cen
sus in seven southwestern Oregon
counties during the last year and
also acted as technical instructor
for training crew leaders of the
Prior to this work, Mrs. Free
man was an instructor in mathe
matics at the University. She was
graduated from Oregon State be
fore receiving her master's degree
from the University of Washing
Need a 14aa left shoe?
Will get it for you.
For Sweet Home
A symposium by four Oregon
students will be presented at
Sweet Home today after a dinner
meeting of the Sweet Home Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
The four will discuss “To What
Extent Should the Basic Indus
tries of the United States Be Na
Those participating are Nancy
Ann Yates, Donald Collins, Wil
liam Lees, and Joe Coenenberg.
The group will be accompanied by
Herman Cohen, instructor in
Bids Due Monday
Women interested in the Asso
ciated Women Students’ scholar
ships may file comprehensive ap
plication forms in Dean Wickham’s
office by Monday.
Any girl who has already filed
a comprehensive form may signify
her wishes to be considered for the
Assistant Managing Editor: Walt
Desk Editor: Gretchen Grondahl
Copy Desk: Norma Hultgren,
Melissa Millam, Gretchen Grefe,
Bob Shoemaker, Tom King.
Night Editor: Margaret Phelps
Night Staff: Jean Lovell, Dick
In iNew Urleans, Louisiana, a iavor
ite gathering spot of students at
Tulane University is the Student
Center because it’s a cheerful place
—full of friendly collegiate atmos- ^
pliere. And when the gang gathers
around, ice-cold Coca-Cola gets the
call. For here, as in university
haunts everywhere—Coke belongs.
Ask for it either Kay . . . both
trade-marks mean the same thing.
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