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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1951)
By Herb Voremberg
Do you think college athletic*
are over-cmphu»lz**d ? Remember
ing recent exposes of fixed games
and proselyting of athletes, several
Merle Davis, sophomore in B.A,
—“It isn't the athletics that are
©veremnhnsized, but the betting.
If legalized gambling would be de
emphasized there would be no rea
sons to 'fix' games, and this would
leave college athletics for the sake
of the sport and competition alone."
Delvan Miles, senior in history —
“The main fault about athletics is
that they are so specialized that
the average student cannot com
pete. Hence the need for greater
emphasis on intramurals."
Nancy O’Connor, sophomore in
liberal arts- “If they didn't em
phasize sports, there wouldn’t be
any school spirit, ami the students
wouldn't stick together."
Eugene Chin, senior in B.A. -
“Perhaps they are over-emphasized,
but it Is only natural to play up
anything the public is interested
Chris Williams, sophomore in
pre-med "I believe that college is
a place to ‘study, and I Just wish
some of the real students could get
the kind of scholarships that the
Pete Darlington, senior in B.A.
—"The major sports are over
emphasized leaving little room for
the minor sports which deserve the j
Jim Sandifer, freshman in B A.
—“These days many athletes come
to school only to play sports and
not to get an education. It is not
only the fault of the athletes,
though, as variftus departments
use various methods to induce
prize athletes to come to the Uni
versity only to participate in sports
for their Alma Mater.”
A. H. Kunzto Attend
A. H. Kunz, head of the depart
ment of chemistry, will leave Tues
day for the national meeting of the
American Chemical Society in
While there he will meet with the
committee on the professional
training of chemists, which is an
accrediting agency for the ACS.
About 8,000 to 10,000 delegates are
expected to attend this annual
meeting, according to Kunz.
Before World War II, about 40
per cent of United States exports
went to the British Empire.
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(Continued from pat/e one)
ed into three- groups, in the opin
ion of the director of the American
Institute. There are those who are
in favor of an active army of Unit
ed Nations troops to help them in
their struggle; there are those who
wish to maintain a condition of
neutrality, which Peters thmkH is
fantastic; and there are those who
want Germany to be a hind of
buffer state in the present world
The Average Man
The average man in Germany
today, said Peters, is In a mood of
depression, apathy, and weariness.
The officers and soldiers are re
sentful, he continued, and will not
work with us until we restore their
honor and stop considering them
as war criminals.
It is an Incongruous situation,
said Peters, where on one hand
American officials are asking Ger
man officers for advice and on the
other prosecuting them for war
A four-phase method of Com
munist extension was outlined by
Peters. First, he said, comes the
occupation of a territory by the
Red Army; second, the setting up
of a system of government and u
strong police force; third, a ter
rific peace campaign; and finally,
a coup d’etat or a violent civil war.
Multnomah, Marion, 1-ane, and
Clackamas are the only Oregon
counties which have district courts.
Coach Releases Duck Schedule
(Continual from (aye four)
Friday, April 27 — Washington
Saturday, April 28 — Washing
ton at. Eugene.*
Friday, May 4 — WSC at Pull
Saturday, May 5— WSC at Pull
Monday, May 7 — Idaho at Mon
Tuesday, May 8 — Idaho at Mon
Thursday, May 10 — Washington
Friday, May 11 — Washington at
Thursday, May 17 — Linfleld at
Saturday', May 19— OHC at Eu
Presldent George Washington
laid the cornerstone of tho nation
al capitol on Sept. 18, 1793. It was
occupied in October of 1880.
Monday, May 21—OHC at Cor
K r I d a y, May 25 — OHC at Ku
Saturday, May 2fl —OSC at Cor
* Indicate* game* Included In
Northern Division Standing*.
"GOLGOTHA"—"The Life of Christ"
The greatest religious film ever produced
million dollar production
Shown last week over television
Sunday, 7 :30 f’.M.
11:00 AM.—"BURNING HEARTS"
Broadcast over KASH
9:45 A. M. University Class
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Bduy at High Ur. N ance H. Webster, I’astor
TUESDAY — APRIL 3rd
is the day
2,000 Books will go on sale at the Co-op
Fiction — Travel — Art — Non-fiction
39c and up — displayed on the balcony
University of Oregon Co-op Store
FADED BLUE DENIM SET
WITH REVERSIBLE HALTER
You’ll surely want faded blue denims for your basic
playwear wardrobe, and here they are—California
styled! Halter is faded blue on one side, plaid on the
other—can be worn either side out. Both shorts and
short slacks have belts and are finished with cuffs.
Material is Sanforizedt.
t Shrinkage will not exceed l‘,i.
FADED BLUE DENIM
JACKET AND SLACKS
First shipments for spring summer, 1951 ! California
styled of pood weight Sanforizedf denim. Smart jack
et has full-length slide fastener front closing, is set
off by knitted collar, cults and waistband of navy
blue. Slacks have a belt, and slide fastener at side.
t Shrinkage will not exceed 1'» .
at PENNEY S