Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 15, 1951, Page Eight, Image 8

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    Bonzo's Ready for Mar. 15
MARCH 15, income tax deadline, holds few terrors for Bonzo, movie
chimp, who sets an example by getting at the problem early. (AP
Navy Slates Interviews
For Prospective Officers
Student applicants ior i\avai
Reserve Officer candidacy will be
interviewed from 10:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. today at the Naval Reserve :
Training Center, 1520 13th Ave. W., |
according to Lieut. Commander
George W. Ennis, commandant.
Present Naval Reserve status, or
immediate enlistment in the reserve :
program, is a requisite for applica- ■
tion. Individuals already classified
1-A are not eligible for enlistment.
If accepted by the Reserve Offi
cer Candidate Selection Board, con
sisting of three officers from 13th
Naval District Headquarters in
Seattle, a student will be draft-ex
Male and female students in their
freshman, sophomore, or junior
years are eligible for the program
provided mac mey can ineei uie
requirements. These include:
(1) United States citizenship:
(2) Age 17 for men and li> for
women before the day of enroll
ment (about July 1);
(3) Not more than 27 years old
upon completion of education and
two summer training periods;
(4 i Membership in the Naval
(5) Good standing in an accred
ited college;
(6) Completion of summer train
ing sessions during summer after
(7) Pursuance of a course other
than those leading to degrees in
theology, medicine, or dentistry;
(81 Physical fitness.
OSC Business Dean
(Continued from page one)
Maser received the BA degree
from Swarthmore College and the
PhD from the University of
Cologne in Germany. He did grad
uate work at the University of
Vienna and at Columbia Univer
sity. He is a member of the execu
tive board of the American
Friends' Service Committee and a
member of the board of directors
for the Oregon Council of Churches.
Maser has also led discussions at
Seabeck, YM-YWCA student con
ference, for several years.
Zone Men Meet Today
Zone Managers and Day Mana
gers of the Emerald advertising
staff will meet at 4 p.m. today in
the Shack for Oregana pictures ac
cording to Martel Scroggin, busi
ness manager.
Night Staff...
Night Editor: Bill Holman
Night Staff: Janet Leffel, Mar
gie Schureman
round trip
round trip—leave Gerlinger at 7:45 a.m.
Arrive back in Eugene at 6:30 p.in.
• SUNDAYS—$2.50 round trip—
Leave Fennel's 8:00 a.m.—arrive back at
Eugene at 6:30 p.m.
Student Recital
Set for Feb. 16
A student music recital, which la
designed to give more students an
opportunity of playing before the
public, will be presented at 4:10
p.m. Feb. 16 in the School of Music
Loena Anderson, soprano, will
open the recital with Resphigi's
"Invite alia Danza," followed by
Marie Blickenstaff, pianist, who
will play "Sonatine" by Kabalivsky.
Mozart's "Un Moto di Gioja" will
be sung by Delorea Kletzlng, sopra
no, and Francis Baum, pianist, will
end the first half of the program
with two selections, "Melodic" by
Rachmaninoff, and “Habanera” by
Sally Lichty, violinist, will begin
the second half of the program with
the Allemendo and Vanato move
ments of Bach’s "Sonata in D
Minor." "Nocturne, E Major” by
Chopin will be played by Dorothy
Pederson, pianist, and Lynn Sjo
lund, bass, will sing "Der Tod und
as Madchen” by Schubert. "Baga
telles,” composed by Ferguson and
played by Margaret Reeve, pianist,
will conclude the program.
Accompanists for the instrumen
tal soloists will be Irene Philan and
Millard Kinney.
UO Faculty Approves
Senate Reoraanization
A plan for the reorganization of
the Faculty Senate wax approved
at a meeting of the faculty Wed
The new Senate will be more
nearly representative of the gen
oral faculty in the distribution of
Its membership between the Col
lege and the professional schools.
The election of half Its members
by the general faculty is designed
to encourage an all-University
point of view in the deliberations
of the body.
The plan, which will go Into ef
fect July 1, provides for a Senate
of 28 members; seven to be elect
ed by the faculty of the College of
Liberal Arts, one by each of the
faculties of the seven professional
schools, and 14 by the general Uni
versity faculty. Of the 14 elected
by majority vote by the general
faculty, seven will be persons af
filiated with the professional
schools and seven persons affiliat
cd with tin’ College of Liberal Arts.
All Senate members will be chosen
by secret ballot.
The reorganization resulted front
a study begun two years ago by
a special Committee on Faculty
Organization, headed by Dr. Ray
hond T. Klllckson, head of the de
partment of physics and associate
dean of the graduate school.
At present the Faculty Senate
has 30 members, with the profes
sional schools holding a larger re
presentation than the College of
Liberal Arts.
The function of the Senate is to
study nil proposals for changes In
faculty policies and all proposed
changes in curriculum, and then
present recommendations to the
faculty before final action. It may
also initiate motions for changes
in policy for presentation to the
faculty. The Senate holds regular
monthly meetings during the
academic year, a week before the
monthly meeting of the faculty.
WAA Ticket Meet Set
Joan Jacobs, chairman for WAA
Carnival ticket sales, has scheduled
a meeting of the ticket committee
for Thursday in the SU. The room
number will be displayed on the
schedule board in the SU.
UO Rifle Teams Fire in Match
The University of Oregon Army
and Air Force Reserve Officers
Training Corps rifle teams have
completed filing in the William
Randolph Hearst trophy match,
which is held in ROTC units
throughout the country annually.
Maj. S. E. Sheffield, assistant
professor of air science and team
manager, has announced that his
five-man team fired 889 out of a
possible 1,000. High man was
Joseph Eoff, who fired 187 out of
The Army rifle team scored
838, out of 1,000. Their high man
was Clinton Sattler, with a score
of 174.
Scores of other men firing on
the two team were: Air Force:
Norman Kugitt, 185; Robert Ks
sig, 175; Raymond Jungers, 175;
Henry Wedemeyer, 107. Army:
Irwin Holzman, 173; Tet«ue Takas
omi, 172; Joseph Furukawa, 16tl;
David Moore, 150.
Sheffield said the Air Force
I group has probably raised from
80th to 30th place nationally
among the 150 competing teams, al
though the official results will not
be tallied for a few days.
M/Sgt. Ira H. Fox, assistant
team manager of the Army rifle
team, said the Army rifle teams'
I score would put them in about 00th
place nationally.
'Red' Manifesto
(Continuid from pope one)
what is being said on internatlon
ul problems. Fnught said the ques
tioned article came from Prague.
The KOC council called the at ti
de •'essentially a manifesto of the
recent Congress of International
Union ol Students at Prague" and
said it repeated official statements
of the Soviets and Chinese Reds.
The University of Oregon is a
member of the Oregon Federation
of College Leaders. Four members
of the • Executive Council attend
ed a meeting of the federation in
Corvallis Nov. 10. The Emerald was
unable to reach any member of the
council Wednesday evening for
' comment.
Bill Maxwell, president of the
federation which publishes the
bulletin, said at Corvallis that its
aim is to offer a balanced fare of
propaganda and fact. The article
attacked by the EOC council
“stood as pure propaganda," he
said. “We merely passed it on and
its publication does not mean we
believe in it."
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