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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 29, 1952)
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Due at 'Y' Today
Members who are petitioning foi
I YMCA offices must have their po
titions in to the YM office by nooi
today. Jack Merner. secretary, has
announced. Petitions for president
vice-president, secretary and treas
I tner are being accepted.
Any member of the YM ma>
nominate another member by pre
senting a written petition to the
nominating committee by noon to
day, Merner said.
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For I/O Students
, Two sets of Interviews will be
held next week for positions with
Phillips Petroleum company and
I Crown-Zellerbaeh Paper company.
John C. Hlllyear of the research
! and development department of
| Phillips Petroleum will interview
students Tuesday for positions as
physicists and chemists. Also on
the same day representatives from
Phillips Petroleum Atomic Energy
commission will interview persons
for placement as chemists, physic
ists and mathematicians.
Wednesday Crown - Zellerbach
will hold interviews for positions
as accountants with their firm.
Students interested in these po
sitions may arrange for interview
appointments in the graduate
placement office, Emerald hall.
| Officers of the newly established
campus chapter of the National
Association 'for the Advancement
of Colored People were elected
Tuesday at a meeting in the Stu
I dent Union.
President is Avako Nagasaka,
I junior iu liberal arts. Vice-presi
dents are Phil Moore, junior in
psychology. Peggy Brennan, sopho
more in liberal arts, and Bob Hol
loway, sophomore in liberal arts.
Corresponding secretary is Ilia Ed
wards, sophomore in education, re
cording secretary Martha Barden
hagen, sophomore in liberal arts,
| and treasurer is James Covington.
Tuesday the organization will
j hold an informal coffee hour from
II to 9 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
| Lucy Poole, 771'i E. 14th.
Schedule UO Concert
The University Singers will pre
sent a concert at 8 p.m. Thursday
in the Student Union ballroom cli
maxing a tour of Oregon cities.
Don Allton, assistant professor
of music, will conduct the group.
The singers will present Negro
spirituals, religious numbers and
Read and use Emerald classi
your favorite stitched-trim
sailcloth in colors
♦ Red ♦ Royal Blue ♦Tan
♦ Black ♦ Navy ♦ Yellow
♦ Dark Green ♦ Charcoal Grey
To ASAAA Ball
By Lorna Davis
For the first time In Beaux Arts
bull history, local architects unci
members of the Kugeno Art center
have been invited to attend. To be
held Mar. 8 In the art school patio
und gallery, the dunce, decorated
by professors and students, will
carry out the theme, "2000 Plus
uy special uispensauun ui me
dean ‘‘women's closing hours will
be extended to 9 p.m. for the Bo
hemian ball. Smocks will be worn
to insure the informality of the
event, which will have all the old
sports of biting apples on a string,
and the like."
This notice appeared in 1924
when the forerunner of the
ASAAA Beaux Arts ball, the Bo
hemian ball, was first held.
This first big dance of the art
school was held in the drawing
studio where students’ work was
exhibited. Nichelangelo’s David
complete with necktie won the top
prize. A contest for cutting out
silhouettes highlighted the eve
On April 16. 1927, the first
Beaux Arts ball was held in the
men's gym. "The students are de
termined to do this French tradi
tion justice and present a truly bi
zarre affair," a notice in the Em
erald said. In this year a tradi
tion was set when students ar
rived with crazy costumes along
a modernistic motif.
(Kd. Note: This is the third, and
last, portion of the ASl'O Senate
honor code committee’s report,
uhich the Emerald has been pub
lishing this week.)
The honor code committee rec
ommends the following:
1. Initial establishment of the
honor system shall be in all classes
in the University.
2. Establishment and mainten
ance of a file of examinations with
the University library.
3. Each case, regardless of find
ing of ’’guilty" or "not guilty”
shall be published in the Emerald;
article to include only essentials,
such as charge, verdict, school,
class, male or female.
4. The honor code shall apply to
all written work done for grade.
5. At the beginning of each term
the course instructor shall make a
few brief remarks concerning con
duct during examinations under
the Oregon Honor code.
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# Campus Briefs
0 Petitions for solleltntlon
chairmen for World Students Ser
vice Fund drive are due at p.m.
today. Chairmanships open are for
faculty, townspeople, alumni and
off-campus student solicitations.
Petitions should be turned In to
Marian Briner, Gerllnger, or Don
na Hart, Aljiha Phi,
0 E. C. A. Leach, professor of
English, will conclude the winter
term browsing room lecture series
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. when he
speaks on "John Milton," English
poet, In the Student Union brows
ing room. E. G. Moll, professor of
English, is discussion leader.
0 A coffee hour will l*c held
Friday, Mar. 7 at 7:45 p.m. in the
8U browsing room. Mr.- Avrutn
Stroll, instructor In philosophy,
will speak on "The Present Status
of the Emotive Theory in Ethics.’'
0 The VMCA nominating com
mittee will meet at noon today in
the offices of the ‘V’, Jack Merner
0 Cosmopolitan dub will hold
its last meeting of the term from
8 to 12 p.m. at Plymouth house
next Friday. The German contin
gent of the club is in charge of the
program. Dancing, pingpong,
shuffleboard, pool, checkers, cards,
cookies and coffee will he offered
0 State representatives of the
campus mock political convention
will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday
in room 3 Fenton to hear Ed
Boehnke, local Republican leader,
speak on convention procedure and
duties of delegates.
0 A U.S. Naval reser\e repre
sentative will be on campus Tues
day from K:30 to 11 am. in 207
Emerald hall to discuss reserve op
portunities with interested seniors.
0 The Friendly house discus
sion Sunday at 3 p.m. will be on a
Perry Miller article recently print
ed by the campus “Y” groups on
“What Drove Me Crazy in Eu
rope.” Foreign students will par
ticipate in the discussion and Peto
Strcefkerk will be moderator.
0 Deadline for slgn-up to at
tend the YWCA Tri-cnnial con
vention May 1-7 in Chicago is Mar.
10 ut the Y headquarters in Ger
linger, Executive Secretary Mary
K. McDowell has announced. Tho
convention will be held at the Con
lad Hilton hotel in Chicago with
around 2000 delegates attending.
Financial aid is available from tho
local "Y,” Miss McDowell said.
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