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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1952)
Dr. William Jones Fills New Administrative Post
A key figure In the current
campus building program is W.
C. Jones, dean of administration.
One of Jones' many duties in this
position is to act as a channel be
tween the University planning
committee and President New
“My other duties as dean of ad
ministration can’t bo listed ‘one,
two, three.’" Jones asserted. "I
solve as an administrative assist
ant to the president, handle some
public relations and represent the
president when he lias conflicting
Jones gave up his seven-year
post as president of Whittier col
lege in Southern California to lake
over his present job fall term.
But he is not new to the Oregon
campus. He was head of the po
litical science department here
from 1941 to 1914.
During those years he nlso su
pervised policies for some GOO
employees of the Oregon Mate
Public Welfare commission.
Jones was graduated from Whit
tier college, received his M.A. in
business administration at the
the University of Southern Cali
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at the University of Minnesota in
public administration and eco
One example of Jones' duties
was his participation fall term in
the alumni tours, during which he
addressed service clubs and com
munity groups around the state
on the general service of the Uni
versity to the State of Oregon.
Jones lives here with his wife
and a son who is a sophomore at
University high school. Another
son is a senior at Whittier college.
Like A True Beaver
CORVALLIS (UR) — I^averno
'Kip’ Taylor, rumored to be con
sidering offers from the Midwest,
promises lie will be on hand to
couch Oregon Htato college's 1952
"I'll bo here and no will the rest
of my staff, with the exceptloif of
Hump' Elliott," Taylor said Wed
Klllott resigned Tuesday as OSO
hackfleld coach to take an assis
tant’s Job at the University of
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40 years hus there been an instance
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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
1952 SUMMER SESSION
1. Oregon girls escorted by Mrs. J. E. Laidlaw, Housemother,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, University of Oregon.
2. Members to attend University of Hawaii summer session.
3. Tour accommodated at University of Hawaii residence halls.
4. University of Hawaii jurisdiction over all members.
1. Roundtrip via Pan American World Airways Double-deck
"Strato" Clipper between West Coast and Hawaii.
2. Departure for Hawaii is from Portland, with air travel from
Medford, Koseburg, Eugene, Coos Bay, Corvallis, and Salem
to Portland included in price of tour.
3. At members’ special choice, return on S. 8. “Lurllne.”
1. A gala welcome party—a major civic event.
2. A hostess party, for introduction to local friends.
3. An evening dunce.
4. A formal dance.
5. An Aloha Luau, old time Hawaiian feast.
1. An all-day excursion around the island of Oahu.
2. A half-day Waimanalo-Koko Head drive.
3. A half-day excursion on outskirts of Honolulu.
1. Beach cottage for dressing rooms at Waikiki.
2. Outrigger canoe rides.
3. Beach boy in constant attendance on beach.
4. Beach club membership.
5. Special program on surf and beach sports.
1. This tour is the original Oregon college girls' group to Hawaii,
first organized in Eugene in 1949.
2. Its official status to the University of Hawaii summer session
and residence sets it distinctly apart from all other summer
travel groups to Hawaii.
3. This is the only college girls’ summer group to Hawaii that
definitely has a clearly detailed and comprehensive program of
social, sightseeing, and beach activities. Many other special
events not commercially obtainable and beyond these commit
ments are also included in the tour.
4. The Howard Tour is the largest college girls tour to Hawaii.
Last year there were 143 members in the group, with each house
mother accountable for twenty girls.
5. The Howard Tour operates nationally and is represented by
eleven sorority housemothers In eight states.
Complete Price: only $549
. . . which includes all Of the aforementioned bene
fits and services, as well as the transfers, slips, and
federal and territorial taxes pertaining to the tour.
MR. J. D. HOWARD is the Tour organizer and manager. He
was born in Honolulu and graduated from the University of Ha
waii, and has lived in the islands more than twenty-five years.
MEMBERSHIP IS LIMITED AND CONTROLLED. FOR
FURTHER INFORMATION CONSULT:
Mrs. J. E. Laidiaw, Housemother, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, University of Oregon, 821 East 15th Street,
Eugene, Oregon. Telephone 5-4009.