Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 04, 1951, Page Eight, Image 8

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    Forensic Group
Releases Plans
Plans for the forens'c group
which w**re laid at an organiza
tional meeting Tuesday evening in
Villard hall have been announced
by the speech department.
Symposium groups will be speak
ing throughout the year at schools,
clubs and civic organizations
throughout the area on the sub
jects, "Should the federal govern
ment adopt a permanent program
of wage and price control?” and
"How can we as a nation improve
our ethical and moral conduct?"
Following the initial speeches
on these subjects, the participat
ing students will answer questions
from their audiences.
The first inter-collegiate foren
sics meet is scheduled for Nov. 3
at Pacific university in Forest
Grove. At the meet, Oregon will
compete with the other schools
from the Willamette valley.
According to the speech depart
ment, they have hopes of obtaining
Oxford university and the Univer
sity of Hawaii speech groups for
special meets honoring the Uni
versity's 75th anniversary.
Life of Henry VIII
SU Sunday Movie
“The Private Life of Henry
VIII,” the first Student Union
movie of the year, will be shown
at 2:30 and 4:15 p.m. Sunday in the
SU ballroom. Admission price is
30 cents.
Stars of the movie are Charles
Laughton, Gertrude Lawrence,
Robert Donat, Merle Oberon, John
Loder, and Wendy Barrie.
The picture depicts the lavish
Tudor court with authentic set
tings, Sandra Price, SU movie
committee chairman, said. She ex
plained that the story begins with
the execution of Ann Boleyn, Hen
ry’s second wife, and ends as he
becomes the hen-pecked husband
of Katharine Parr, his sixth wife.
Committee Heads,
Treasurer Post
Open at YWCA
Petitions for YWCA treasurer
and for committee chairmen for
the Y transfer party are being ac
cepted at the Y headquarters in
Those interested in the treasur
er’s position are to have their
petitions turned in by 5 p.m.
Bonnie Birkemeir, chairman of
the upper class commission, an
nounced she would accept petitions |
for invitation, program, refresh
ment, and promotion chairmen for
the transfer party until 5 p.m. Fri
day at the Y or at Pi Beta Phi.
Juniors and seniors are especially
urged to petition for these posi
tions, she said. The party is sched
uled for Oct. 11 from 3 to 5 p.m.
JIFC Members
Elect New Officers j
Bill Walker of Sigma Phi Ep
silon was elected president at the i
year's initial meeting of the Junior
Interfraternity council Tuesday
night at Theta Chi.
Handling the social affairs as !
first vice president will be Ken !
Sype of Delta Tau Delta, while the '
second vice president post will be !
filled by Karl Harshbarger of Tau i
Kappa Epsilon. Mac Little, Phi j
Gamma Delta, will be secretary j
and Judge Elderkin, Theta Chi,
will be treasurer.
Aside from electing the coming
gear's officers, the meeting cov- j
;red only re-organiaztional ma
:erial. The JIFS intends to meet
:he second and fourth Tuesdays of
»ach month this year to handle
such duties as its current orienta
:ion program for the freshmen.
Night Editor: Sue Riddlesbarger.
Night Staff: A1 Karr, Don
Dewey, Dick Wells.
Vet Bonus Blanks
Ready in Emerald
Oregoa bonus applications may
be had by veterans registered in
the university at the office of Hay
Hawk, director of men's affairs.
A veteran of World War II, who
was a resident of the state of Ore
gon for at least one year immedi
ately preceeding induction, is elig
ible to apply for the bonus, accord
ing to Hawk. Veterans may re
ceive up to $600 under the law,
which was passed during the last
session of the state legislature.
Actual payment of the compen
sation may be delayed until the
federal government's credit re
straint regulations on the sale of
bonus bond issues are relaxed.
However, applications must be
postmarked not later than Dec. 1,
1952, even though payment of the
compensation may be delayed that
Duck Griddcrs Practice^
(’Continued from paye four)
As was expected. Gene Harlow',
line coach, who scouted the Ben
gals' 41-27 trouncing of Loyola
University, reaffirmed the general
belief that the Ernie George-coach
ed Tigers are the top-notch Pacific
Coast independent.
Informed that tilers Is a slight
possibility of wet weather, Casa
nova replied that he hoped for cool
playing conditions, but no ruin.
Solid underfooting would definitely
be in favor of the lighter Ore
Stockton, a hot bed of football
enthusiasts since the days of Ed
die LeBaron, w'ill be hosting its
only Pacific Coast Conference
eleven of the season. A large sec
tion of the year-old 35.000 capacity
bowl is being reserved for San
Francisco Bay Area and Sacra
mento and San Joaquin Valley j
alumni of the University of Ore
The Armed f'orces' blood plasma
supply is all but gone! Donate a
pint of your blood today and say,
'Mine's for the Armed Forces.” !
President Newburn
To Air Questions
Students wishing to .submit ques
tions to H. K. Newburn, University
president, to be answered follow
ing his fortheomlnK speech before
the student body, are to have the
questions In the ASUO office in the
Student Union by Saturday.
Merv Hampton, ASUO vice
president, In announcing the dead
line, emphasized that the questions
must be signed.
President Newburn will speak on
"This University of Ours” at 1 p.in.
Tuesday in the firs', assembly of
this kind. The assembly is being
sponsored by the ASUO under the
auspices of the assembly commit
tee. W. A. Dahlberg, associate pro
fessor of speech, is chairman.
. . . at the Infirmary
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday through Friday
Head to Foot
Days Black Bear
*6.95 $5.98
I'm headin' for the
Where else can you have so much Fun
— Bowling — Table tennis — pool —
All in the recreational Area
Basement of the
Tobacco & Accessories
Souvenir playing cards
Make it a real treat: yes treat yourself
to our delicious milk shakes and sodas.
A wonderful selection of sandwiches
— At the Soda Bar of the —
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the Pacific Coast Serves YOU — A well
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-- Monday through Friday —
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