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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1951)
Pi Sigma Alpha Schedules Initiation
Pi Sigma Alpha, national politi
cal science honorary, will hold an
initiation and banquet Friday it
has been announced by Tom Barry,
president of the campus chapter.
The initiation will be held at 5
p.m. in 334 Student Union. The
dinner will take place at G:30 p.m.
at the Lynwood cafe on highway
M. J. Flack, lecturer in political
For the Best
in fish and seafoods
Fresh, frozen and canned
fish and seafoods
39 East Broadway
science, Will discuss me
War" at ttfe banquet.
Students to bo initiated into the
honorary are Evelyn Baker, Claire
Cordier, Janies Crittenden, Walter
Freauff. Tolbert McCarroll, ltich
ard Haul, Caroline Silva and Flack
In charge of arrangements are
Frank Neuber, initiation; Marga
ret Bishop, banquet; Carson Moore,
program; Doug Ambers, finance:
and Morris Sahr, liaison.
'Grand Illusion* Set
For Sunday Showing
"Grand Illusion,” starring Jean
Gain, Pierre Fresnay and Eric von ]
Stroheim, will be shown at 2:15
and 4:30 p.m. Sunday in the Stu
dent Union ballroom.
The French charatcers are play
ed by Gain and Fresnay; the Ger
man colonel by Eric von Stro
heim; and the German civilian by
Af Student Union Board Meeting
STUDENT UNION BOARD nirmbm, fliwkwlnf from left, arc Nwl TaUasuml, member-at-large, I aul s.
Dull, associate professor of history and political science, faculty representative; Alburey ( astell, head of
philosophy department, faculty representative, Merv Hampton, ASI O representative; Bill < arej, ASl O
representative; Barbara Howard, representative of education school; Donna Buse, vice-chairman, rep
resentative of liberal arts college; C lyde Eal.lman, directorate chairman, representative of liberal arts ^
college; Margaret Powne, music school; Olga Vevtlch, SI program director; Jane Wlggen. architecture
school; Jim Krueger, graduate school; anil John Sabin, law school.
Missing from the picture are Ralph Htlller, Imard chairman; Oretchen tlrondahl. Journalism school; 1
Donna Bernhardt, business administration school; and DlcU Williams. SI director; Donald DuShai.e, di- «
rector of student affairs; and W. N. Russell, alumni representative; non-voting ex-officio members.
An Emerald reporter, right background, is covering the board meeting pictured.
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S. U. BALLROOM
63% of College Males
Pass Draft Examination
Sixty-three per cent of the 339,
1 COO students who took the selective ’
service college qualification t'- ts
last spring and summer made a
i score of 70 or better, as reported
| by Maj. Gen. Lev.-is 1>. Hoi hey,
director of selective service.
Another test Will be given Dec.
Criteria for deferment as a stu
dent, the decision to be made by
the local draft board, is either a
I satisfactory score 170 j on the test 1
1 or satisfactory rank in one's male i
Required rankings are upperhalf !
of the male freshman class, upper:
I two-thirds of the sophomore class, ;
I or upper three-fourths of the jun- j
ior class. Seniors accepted for ud-1
mission to a graduate school sat- ;
isfy the criteria if they stand in !
the upper half of their class, or i
make a score of 7r> or better on the j
tost. Students already enrolled in j
I graduate schools may be deferred
as long as they remain in good
These criteria are guides; the
| local boards are not required to de
! fer students who meet them, al
| though the criteria are used us a
basis for deferments.
Hershey said he believed vir
i tually all opposition to the college
I deferment plan on the basis tlial
| it gives peferred treatment to the
! qffiq jo suoKJod jo joquinu n»uis
! intelligence who can afford to go
to college has been dissipated. Me
said there is now a general under
standing that the purpose of the
plan is to select those most fitted,
to pursue college educations, and
that a large proportion of college
students are “working their way
through college,” either partly or
“We are faced with an emer
I gency that many experts predict
I will last perhaps 10 to 20 years,”
I Hershey said. "We must, therefore,
think in long-range terms, in de
veloping plans to provide an ade
quate supply of highly skilled man
power, I believe the country is
aware that it is logical, in defer
ring' students in the national in
| Lerest, to defer those with demc n
I strated ability, instead of gambl
j mg on those with lower capacity,”
! Hershey explained that the in
I tent of Congress was to allow
; these students to bo deferred only
! until they have completed their
i college training. It is by no means
i ap outright exemption, he empha
Last Call Issued
For AWS Goods
I .ail rail fur "whitr elephants"
to I >■ sold at the A ssociate Worn
cn Students’ auction has bee: if
made by AWS Congress Presidents
Sut: Lhhly. This afternoon ai. I,:
evening AWS committee member
will visit the various houses <>:i|
campus and pick up the collection!
boxes in order to sort the articled!
for sale Friday. !■
Many of the smaller Items willS
be priced and plac'd on rale. How
ever. the large articles will go on:®
auction. Miss Lichty said. Tie
money will be accepted at the*
time of the purchase, she ex-1
Bob Chambers, senior in liberal i
arts, will be the auctioneer. Be.sid' J
auctioning off the contributions I** ;
will sell the Alpha Chi Omega
pledge class and the Sigma Chi
sophomore class to the highest bid
Both groups will present a sneak
preview, at the auction, of the acts
they will give to the highest bid
ders. Phi Beta Phi and Alpha j]
Delta Pi pledges will also enter-j
Money received at the auction,I
which "will be held on the Student''
Union porch at 4 p.m. Friday, will .
he converted into scholarships for 1
deserving women, Miss Lichty
Petitions Due Friday l
For Red Cross Board J
Petitions for offices on the
campus Red Cross board were call
ed for Wednesday by Gerry Pear- _
son, acting president of the board. 1
Positions are open for president,
vice president, treasurer, Roseburg
trips and special events.
The Roseburg trips arc visits to -
the Roseburg veterans’ hospital
taken by campus women for tho
purpose of planning parties lor
the invalids, Miss Pearson cx- »
Petitions should be turned in bvj
4 :.10 p.m. Friday, she said.
!FC Meets Tonight
Interfraternity council will meet
at 7 p.m. tonight in the Student
Union. Vice President Norm Pctci
-;on will preside in the absence of
President Dick McLaughlin.
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