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VOLUMK MI I MVKRSITV OF OKKOON, El OKNK, THURSDAY, FKRKUA KV 15, 1951 NUMBER > 0
Webfoots Down WSC Again
—See Story on Sports Pcqe 4
Starts Here Friday
Registration for the 32nd an
mini Oregon Press Conference will
begin Friday morning in the lobby
of the .Student Union. Over 175
editor s, publishers,. University
faculty members, and students are
expected to attend the two-day
Principal speaker for the confer
ence will be Tom H. Keene, edi
tor and general manager of the
Klkhart Daily Truth, published in
Elkhart, Ind. He will give the
Eric W. Allen Memorial address.
Keene has had a long and suc
cessful career as a journalist. In
litis he received the second annual
Minnesota award to a newspaper
man for "service to Journalism of
a higher order over a period of
included In Friday's program
will be a talk by Charles T. Dun
can, associate professor of journal
ism at the University of Oregon,
on the "Community Newspaper,
Springboard or Career?"
President Newborn will extend
the official welcome from the
University at a joint press confer
ence and University faculty lunch
eon, which will be held Friday noon
in the Student Union. Gordon A.
Sabine, dean of the school of journ
alism, will address the luncheon
group on "The School of Journal
ism Today and Tomorrow".
The annual Press Conference
banquet will be held Friday even
ing in the Eugene Hotel with Dean
Friday evening, Murray M.
Moler, Intermountain Manager for
the United Press, wi!l speak on
"Dateline Korea", Moier server!
in the Alaska-Aleutians theatre
and Japan during World War II,
and covered General MacArthur's
headquarters In Japan last sum
"The Emperor Becomes A Hu
man" will be the title of the ad
dress given by Miss Yoshiko Seki
at the meeting of the press wom
en of Oregon Saturday morning.
Miss Seki toured Japan with the
Japanese Emperor following the
occupation by the Allies.
Plug Plus Plug
MESA, Art/., —(.1*1— You
can't park a plug hy a plug and
get away with It if Mesa police
have their way.
•I <■ f f Kart, 72-year-old Mesa
resident, found that out rc
Ill' rode his horse, Starlite, in
to town and hitched it to a flre
|>lii|e. When he returned from
shopping he had a ticket.
lie will appear in police court
Saturday to answer charges of
parking a vehicle (a horse) with
in 1.7 feet of a fire plug.
Digging Done, Lamposts Late
Lamp standards for approxi
mately 80 new campus lights,
which were supposed to have been
sent to the physical plant during
the latter part of January, have
not yet arrived, according to I. I.
Wright, physical plant superin
No word has been received as
to when the standards will arrive,
Wright said. When they do arrive,
the circuit adjoining 13th St. E.
should be readv within a week aft
er their arrival. The other circuit
will include the area adjoining Uni
Cables are now being laid in the
trenches around the campus. The
cable-laying will be finished when
all the bolts for the lights arrive.
The trenches will be filled in then.
Some of them have already been
filled in to prevent any possible
danger to persons at night.
The new lights will be installed
to provide light for campus walks
and drives. Wriirht said.
Registration for Sping Quarter
To Commence on Saturday
Adsance registration for spring form begins Saturday, when
registration material will be available in the art gallery on the sec
ond floor of the Student t'nion.
Conferences ssith advisers anil registering with department clerks
will begin Monday and will continue until next Friday. Final check
ing, filing of cards in the registrar’s office, and payment of fees
if desired, may Iw done until Mar. 3, Registrar Clifford L. Con
Students who have any intention of registering for spring term
should at least complete the process as far as filing their cards with
the registrar, he emphasized. Those who do not go that far and de
cide later to register still be assessed an SH penalty fee for failure
to complete ads a nee registration.
Cards and procedure are the same as for winter term, according
to Constance. A ness time schedule of classes will be available.
OSC Business Dean to Talk
At YMCA Festival Here
Clifford K. Maser, dean of the
School of Business and Technology
at Oregon State College, will be
the featured speaker at the YW
YMCA International Festival to
be held on the Oregon campus
Maser will speak at the lunch
eon at the Student Union, after
which he will lead a discussion
period. He will be speaking pri
mal ily to help foreign students
better understand how to interpret
their country to Americans and
how, upon their return to their
home, to interpret Americans and
the American way of life to their
Seven Judges to Choose Three Finalists
For Dads' Day Hostess Competition
Selection of three finalists for
Dads’ Day Hostess will be made by
seven judges at 4 p.m. today in
the Student Union, Jerry Irion,
Judging sub-chairman, announced
Over a dozen photographs of
candidates were turned in by 5
p.m. Wednesday, Irion said. Judg
ing will be posted on ballot boxes
at registration booths. Dads regist
ering for the weekend will elect
the Hostess. The winner will be
presented between halves of the
Washington game, Feb. 24.
Judges are A. L. Peiterson, as
sistant professor of business ad
ministration; K. W. Onthank. as
sociate director of student affairs;
Capt. N. N. Mihailov Jr., assistant
professor of air science; Golda P.
Wickham, director of women's af
fairs; Sidney W. Little, dean of the
School of Architecture and Allied
Arts; Rev. Wesley Nicholson, past
or of the First Congregational
Church of Eugene; and Jack Fost
er, Eugene businessman.
Luncheon tickets that have been
purchased by fathers may be pick
ed up now at 216 Emerald Hall, ac
cording to Elaine Hartung, lunch
eon chairman. Students may also
buy them for $1.25 apiece.
Although reserved tickets to the
Alum Quits Berlin Job,
A former Oregon student left his
army radio broadcasting job in
Berlin Tuesday because, he said,
he refused to bow to censorship.
William L. Minehart, a graduate
of the School of Journalism in 1948,
quit his job as newscaster with the
American Forces Network wind
ing up the 30 days’ notice he gave
:i4fer declaring superiors crimped
Ilia news program.
T h e 26-year-old Californian
broke with the army forces net
work three weeks ago after he was
forbidden to announce the arrival
of American tanks in Berlin, even
though all other news media had
already publicized that fact.
Minehart said this was the cli
max to a series of ‘‘annoying cen
sorship” imposed by civilian and
army authorities. A former ser
geant, Minehart was employed as
a civilian at $5,500 annually.
Minehart was employed by radio
station KORE while in Eugene.
Washington games Feb. 23 and 24
are sold out, general admission
tickets can still be procurred at
McArthur Court for $1.20.
Jeanne Hoffman, decorations
chairmari, urges living organiza
tions to start planning their signs
now. Signs must be two-dimension
al, have no moving parts, and are
not to cost more than $10.
To Play at UO
Student and faculty tickets
for tonight’s Harlem Globe
Trottcr-Oregon All-Star basket
ball game will be on sale for
fit) cents on presentation of stu
dent athletic card at the athle
tic office in McArthur Court to
Athletic cards alone are not
sufficient for admittance to the
game, scheduled for 8 p.m. in
The All-Star team is compos
ed of former Oregon and Ore
gon State basketball players.
Preliminary game will feature
the intramural all-star team vs.
Phi Delta Theta.
Publicity workers, announcers
producers, technicians with Fede
ral Communication Commissior
third class ratings, and above all
script writers, arc in urgent de
mand by KWAX.
It's like a ship without a sail
a Model T without a crank—a sta
tion can't get started without per
! sonnel to keep it going, according
to Station Manager Jack Vaughn
KWAX has enough helpers now
to open, but more will be needec
But anyone interested in work
ing be sure to contact Vaughn, 01
Dick Hardie, program director
Announcers may schedule audition:
with Jim Blue by calling him a
In Bulletin .
An article in the January Bulle
tin of the Oregon Federation ol
College Leaders follows the Com
munist party line, the Eastern
Oregon College of Education Stu
dent Council decided Wednesday
The council demanded an explan
ation of an article appearing in the
bulletin under the heading: "Ap
peal of the Second Congress of tb«
International Union of Students to
the Students of the World.” Tr <
| article called for "immediate ces
sation of bombing of the civilian
| population in Korea, cessation of
i war in Korea, withdrawal of fo -
j eign troops from its territory, and
I address to the U. X. Security Coun
j cil of petitions for peaceful settle
I ment of the Korean question.”
At Oregon State College
j Tom Faught. editor of the bulletin,
explained that it presented articl> r.
from various points of view, with
out comment or endorsement, 10
allow' college students to knov
(Phase turn to fage eight)
Plans for the YWCA-sponsored
visit to the State Legislature ne: t
Thursday are continuing-, with
foreign students and YW menjbeir>
being notified of the trip, Jan e
. Simpson, chairman of the public
aftairs committee, said Wednesday.
First chance for making reser
I vations will be given to these
groups, Miss Simpson stated; how
ever, if space remains the Salem
trip will be open to other student ’.
Bus fare for the round-trip wi t
be $1.75 with luncheon extra. Ti e
i Willamette University YWCA'wid
; arrange the day’s program for the
Two Priests Will Discuss
'Catholic Marriage' in SU
"Catholic Marriage" will be dis
cussed at 7 tonight in 207 Chap
man in the first of a five-talk
scries by Kcv. Daniel Hurley and
Rev. Leo J. Linahen.
The “question box" will be used
during the lecture series, with
Father Linahen answering and dis
cussing questions from the box
during his talks. He will handle
the “positive presentation" of the
scries, and Father Hurley will
give the "dialogue business."
The talks will be given every
Thursday, tonight through March
8. The final talk in the series will
take place on Sunday, Mar. 11 in
Gerlinger Annex to avoid conflict
with final exams.
Father Linahen is the Newman
Club Chaplain at the University of
Oregon and Oregon State College.
Father Hurley, parish priest at St.
Mary’s in Corvallis, was for many
years the prefect of discipline at
Central Catholic High School in
Jr. GOP's Cut
Salem Trip Cost
Price for the Young Republican
sponsored trip to Salem ne>t
Thursday has been lowered frora
$3.25 to $2.SO. Don Collin, presi
dent, said Wednesday.
This amount will include trans
portation by chartered bus and
luncheon at the State Capitol.
Registration for the trip is open*
to all students, Collin emphasized,
with the Student Union booth to
be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to
day. The booth will be closed dur
ing the weekend, but will reopen
Reservations may also be made
and further information obtained
by calling Collin, at Alpha Hall;
Marge Cardwell, Delta Zeta; or
Ed Peterson, Lambda Chi Alpha.