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Honored at Tea
About 800 women attended a tea
held Dec. 11 by the Associated
Women students and Heuds of
Houses, for two memberr of the
Women’s Air Force, Mrs. Golds P.
Wickham, director of women's af
An informal discussion by Lt.
Col. Della Angst, commanding of
ficer of the WAF training center
at Lackland AFB, and Capt. Mary
- Flanagan, squadron commander at
The training center, highlighted the
Pouring during the tea were
Mrs. Charles Byrne, Mrs. H. K.
Newburn, Mrs. William C. Jones,
Mrs. E. L. Gardner, Mrs. W. J.
Plummer and Mrs. Frank Reid.
Dorothy Kopp and Judy Ellefson
were co-chairmen for the tea as
sisted by Mrs. Wickham.
Kroll to Discuss
At IRC Meeting
Morton Kroll, instructor in politi
cal science, will discuss the ‘'Span
ish Dilemma” at a meeting of the
International Relations club at
7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Student
The meeting will be open to the
P. J. Powers, assistant professor
of romance languages, who recent
ly returned from a year's leave of
absence spent in Spain, will be
present at the meeting to answer
questions, the IRC said.
Kroll’s talk will be concerned
with relations between the U.S.
and the Franco-dominated Spanish
This is Kroll’s first year on the
Oregon campus. He did graduate
work at UCLA, His doctoral dis
sertation was on the second Span
Sawyer Falk, prominent figure
in the national theater, has been
choHcn as the main speaker for the
Northwest Drama conference to
be held on the campus Thursday
through Saturday, Feb. 7-9.
Approximately 500 delegates
will attend the conference. Mon
tana, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Cal
ifornia, Washington and Oregon
will be represented.
Those attending will be students
and faculty from high schools and
colleges and any townspeople who
are Interested. Anyone may regis
ter to attend the conference pro
viding he pays the initial registra
tion fee of $2 for adults and $1 for
students. This fee will entitle the
delegate to attend approximately
four plays and all sessions of con
ferences with the exception of the
Friday night banquet.
The conference will open Thurs
day with registration followed by a
theater performance in the eve
The main address by Falk is ten
tatively scheduled for Friday. Di
visional meetings on acting and di
recting. publicity and promotion,
playwriting and criticism, and
technical problems will also be
held on Friday. The annual con
ference banquet will be held that
Sectional programs will be
scheduled for Saturday. Theater
aspects will be discussed in the fol
lowing sections: college and uni
versity, civic and community, chil
dren's and high school.
The program has been specially
prepared to handle the high school
group Saturday morning to accom
modate those who could not come
Saturday there will also be a
matinee and evening performance
of a play. "All the King's Men,"
currently running in the main
j theater, will be presented during
the conference. Additional plays
| will be brought in by out-of-town
Theater to Elect Board
Members This Sunday
Election of members for the
next year to the University thea
: ler executive board will be the
highlight of the University theater
meeting Sunday at 6 p.m. in 102
Two freshmen, sophomores, jun
| iors. seniors and graduate stu
dents will be elected to the board.
Anyone interested in any phase
of the theater is cordially invited
to attend, ^ according to Karl
Harshbarger, chairman of publi
city for the event.
The program will open with
community singing of show music,
followed by a short introductory
talk. The University theater staff
will be introduced.
The program will close with re
freshments and dancing.
(Continued from pogeone)
He was in the Orient in 1938,
visiting Korea, Manchuria and Ja
Last year, Dull received the
award for the outstanding profes
sor at the University from Friar's,
senior men’s honorary.
The lecture is part of a series
which will feature subjects of cur
rent world interst as related to
great books in the fields of litera
ture, history, religion, internation
al relation and art. The library and
the Association of Patrons and
Friends of the University of Ore
gon library jointly sponsor the
series, which is open to the public.
Kd. Not*-: The Campus-Merry
(■o-Knund reprewntatlviMi in rarh
living organization are requested
to turn in all items concerning
Christmas pinnings, engagements
and weddings by the regular
Tuesday 1 p.m. deadline next week.
Christmas items will not be print
ed after that time.)
At Alpha Phi...
Alpha Phi’a sporting two pins in
stead of one these days include:
Marian Moore, pinned to Kappa
Sig Rich Rawlinson; Joyce Pinner
to Phi Pelt Hal Bailey: Punky
Boner to Beta Roger Dockstader;
Cathy Tribe to Sigma Chi Don
Siegmund and Mary Ann Trebin
to Oregon State DU Ron Barclay.
Two Alpha Phi's addon a '‘Mrs.”
to their names during the Christ
mas holidays. Starly Sparks be
came the bride of Abe Johnson
i Kappa Sig); and Ignore Carlson
I married Beta Max Vincent.
At Delta Gamma ...
The PC's were pleased . . . but
not too surprised ... at the an
nouncements of the engagements
of Dorothy Carlson to Bob Wheel
ess, Fiji; Joyce Rathbun to Bob
Anderson. Theta Chi; Norma
Shields to John Gram, Fiji; Martha
Stapleton to Pete Stadelman, Sig
ma Nu; and Joan Zener to John
DCs pinned last term include:
Marilyn Wise to Gene Hover, Phi
Psi; Dorothy Pleier to Bill Sage,
Sig Kp; Lucky Forney to Dave
Lena, Theta (Jhi: Gretchcn Grefe
to Marty Scroggin. Phi Kappa Sig
ma; Jo Sloan to Ralph Stratford,
Sigma CTii; Kay Maier to Ron
Parelius, Fiji; and Pat Howard
to Bill Holms, Sigma Chi.
At Orides . . .
Leona Kohler and LaVaun Krue
ger announced their engagements
at the Orides January 7 meeting.
Miiss Kohler is engaged to Don
Weeks, a student at the medical
school in Portland, and Miss Krue
ger is wearing a ring from Gene
Maier, former Campbell club mem
ber, now doing graduate work at
Madelle Peoples is pinned by Joe
Kehrli, Sig Ep at Oregon State.
Formal initiation for fall term
pledges will be held Jan. 21 in
The Jan. 14 Orides meeting will
be open to any girls interested in
joining. Meeting time is 7 p.m.
At Alpha Chi Omega . . .
Toni Brooks is wearing Chuck
Soderbrrg's Sigma Xu pin.
Petitions for Ike'
Beginning in Salem
SALEM — (U.R) Petitions to
place the name of Gen. Dwight D.
Eisenhower on the Oregon primary
ballot for Republican nomination
for president arc expected to be
filed with the state election bureau
here late next week.
William L. Phillips, who handled
the successful election campaigns
of Gov. Douglas McKay, is chair
I man of the Oregon "Ike for Presi
dent” committee, and he said after
a meeting of his executive commit
tee today that petitions would not
be filed until after a conference
with Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge of
Massachusetts at a Republican
meeting in San Francisco next
week. Sen. Lodge is npearheading
the national Republican move to
get Eisenhower in the V’hite
A group of Oregon Democrats
headed by State Sen. Thomas R.
Mahoney of Portland would also
like "General Ike” for their candi
date for president. In fact they
beat the Republicans to the punch
in filing for him. Way last August
they filed petitions carrying more
than the necessary 1.000 names of
registered Democrats to put the
general on the Oregon primary
ballot as candidate for Democratic
nominee for president.
Eisenhower's first out and out
statement that he is a Republican
has posed a puzzler for the state
elections bureau in Salem. Dave
O'Hara, manager of the bureau,
said he has asked attorney general
George Neuner for a ruling.
The Portland Oregonian gave its
“unqualified approval" Tuesday to
the campaign to nominate and
elect General Eisenhower to the
presidency as a republican.
The male of the common house
sparrow is much more active in
nest building than the female.
Treat Yourself to
you'll like “Mom” and "Pop" Garnett
Wednesday, Jan. 9, 1952
10:00 a.m. Rushing 213 SU
Noon Tiffin Table 110 SI'
Deseret Off 111 SI'
Speech Clin 112 SC
2:30 p.m. Women's Faculty Cliib
Alumni Hall Ger
3:30 p.m. SC Board 337 SU
4 :00 p.m. Campus Workshop
Dads Rm SU
7:00 p.m. Insurance Soo 110 SU
7:30 p.m. Lecture
Browsing Km. SU
Student Court 315 SU
7:45 p.m. Newcomers 112 SU
Faculty Get Rates
On Athletic Cards
For the first time faculty mei ■>
tbers coming to the University du
ing winter term may purchase ath
letic cards at a reduced prie*\
Howard Lemons, athletic busine c
manager has announced.
Lefore this year, faculty mer -
er is paid a flat rate of $15 for tl e
entire year and if a professor can c
to Oregon in the middle of a school
year, there war no reduced price*
for his athletic card. Lemons said.
The $15 fee for faculty members h
the same as the athletic fee pa >
by the students, Lemons said.
The athletic fee for faculty
members is still fifteen dollars a
year if the professor is interested
in seeing all Oregon -ports. If the
professor is interested in football
only, he may buy an athletic eaid
for $9 admitting him to footbad
games only. If the professor is in
terested in just winter and spring
sports, he mav purchase a card for
The scale of prices was decided
upon by the athletic department
and a faculty committee headed by
Carl Johnson, associate professor
of romance languages.
Board Approves Degrees
< Continued from fn^c one)
2. Master's degree work shoul t
1 include subjects not available at
the colleges of education, such l.b
history and economics.
3. A careful study should pre
cede ' piecemeal expansion."
4. The master's degree subjec-i •
in elementary education already
are available at the University
N'ott*: The Heilig Theater will
be closed Monday thru Thurs
day for remodeling.
"Weekend with Father”
Van Heflin & Patricia Neal
■ Hm. fi. alder Dial 5-!0?2
Robert Newton & Alec Guinness
"Rip Van Winkle”
Begins at 8:00 p.ru.
Steve Cochran & David Brien
“Mark of the Renegade”
Ricardo Montalban &
"Tales of Hoffmann"
• Magnificent dancing • Striking scenes
• Brilliant Technicolor
Coming to Mayflower — January 16
YOU DEMANDED IT!
SO . .
the University Theater
8 p.nv, Jan. 9-10-11-12, Arena Theater
Tickets available in main theater box office
For reservations call 5-1511, Ext. 401