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(Sentimental Return9 Made By The First Echo Editor pc The Millionaire Att>J J Hut il Jtn. Mi- !»»•■) ■ ,i- ■ >1 ■<■ « tvitii h*H s("'. SO) litfttwl >•-' t'ttgl t.tf'i. B*«r tk'if *ieo»>;" 4, J L u ->:-;.| car- ,, ,i I ' f« te tod « n>»ll,« »» ,;;.,„, II-' 111 !,*•... I... <V,||¥<- KIlHW. „,.. „. AreYou"l.ottM"? ,i in r? 1<« M«lt)«l. Il» ..I 1,121, I* Il In* •' Hit Ii v. «»" W<» *(•<► < l ' Ui»t»t> IrMiwii /I. i «<t,r I ).; III rrl Ii i t, ..| ,i,. | M, • .«l..'f *<»t.,...l IlilM. '<■' I .Av rl<~' '■' . i ultul "(II . . I I ' " I - II ■ "I I,. hi!' I ' I. I • I I , I / 1 ffj /fill Work /li'dlflv El . i ■ - tl ( ... l| ■ 1- i . -.1 ■ It, r ' > ■ r. ', | . EARLY ECHO FORMAT mmmmmm Hubert Phillips was the first editor of the University Echo back in 1907-08—his senior year at UC. Today, Dr. Phillips is 81 years old and is retired from Fresno State College in California, where he was professor emeritus of social science from 1922 to 1955. Early this week he visited UC and Chattanooga and agreed to an interview with the Echo. He is spry and alert and says with a tone of disgust that the only reason he retired is because "the state makes you retire at 70." Dr. Phillips is still active though—his most recent activity is membership on the California Adviser Committee to the United States Civil Rights Commission. This is the group headed by Bishop Pike. When he was the editor of the school paper, UC was composed of four separate colleges—law, medicine, theology and liberal arts. He said he didn't recall any "burning issues" of the day, but did tell about the time UC students staged an unauthorized downtown parade which ended up in the aisles of Love- man's department store. "I didn't think much of that and I spoke my mind about it," he said with a grin. His staff was just a handful —"not over half a dozen." The paper came out twice a month. It was printed on newsprint about the size of a textbook. There was no name when it first started, he said, so a committee was appointed to choose one. They threw the question to the students on a competitive basis and some girl suggested the name "Echo." It won the approval of the committee and ironically, Dr. Phillips "later married the girl who named the paper." He said that within two months from graduation at UC, "I thought I was going into newspaper work ... but things took a whirl and I wound up in education." He has no regrets and says that "nobody could be more happy in my life as a teacher." Still writing book reviews and magazine articles, he notes that he is still very much interested in newspapers. He even went on to say that journalists are "the smartest, widest - awake group there is . . . they know what is going on in the world." Dr. Phillips graduated from the University in 1908 and went on to Columbia in 1913 to earn his M.A. Eight years later he received his Ph.D. from Columbia. Before he went to Fresno, Calif., and between degrees, Dr. Phillips was the president of Grand Prairie Seminary in Onorga, III., for four years. -DOUG MacGAW DR. III7I1KKT PHILLIPS mm The University Echo Errata §/ should be vol.66 Around Campus Gray Gills for Election Petition! Dona Gray, chairman of the Student Council's elections committee, has announced that petition, for freshman class elections are due by Oct. 10. Petition, for Student Council elections and Homecoming Queen nominations must be turned in by Oct. 17, she said. Vol. LXXI CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE, SEPT. 30, 1%6 No. .V* JollS Available GRE Required For Fellowships For Students The University of Chattanooga Placement Office serves the students in obtaining part-time jobs to help finance their education and also helps seniors and alumni in obtaining full-time positions. Last year 87 companies visited UC campus, some staying a; many as two days to Interview seniors. These companies and many additional ones are now scheduling dates for campus interviews this year. The Placement Office asks all seniors who have not come by the office to do so and fill out their Personal Data Sheet. Those students who arc going to graduate school or going into tin- service are also asked to complete their Personal Data Sheet since these records are kept on file to be used at such time as a student is seeking references for cmploym1 Seniors are invited to come in and look over the positions offered and sign up now for appointments to be interviewed by company representatives. Students seeking part-time positions may stop by the office at any time. The University of Chattanooga Placement Of- fic has received excellent cooperation from our local business concerns in offering jobs to our UC students and these jobs arc available for studcnls now. By JERE MEACHAM Senior students wishing to apply for graduate fellowships and grants must take the Graduate Record Examination before application is made, announced Dr. Myron McCay, chairman of the Graduate and Professional Careers Committee. He further announced that it is of critical importance for a person to be considered for the Woodrow Wilson Fellowships, Fulbright Fellowships, Danforth Fellowships and many of the other grants and fellowships which require applications early in the fall. The last date for filing application to take the Graduate Record Examination is Oct. 12th and the exam is scheduled for Oct. 29th. Applications for the examination may be obtained Mrs. Edward Shaffer to Direct Rapid Reading Classes at UC Rapid-reading classes will begin Tuesday at the University of Chattanooga-Junior League Reading Center, Mrs. Edward C. Shaffer, center director, announced. Mrs. Shaffer (pronounced "Shay-fer") assumed the directorship of the center this fall. She comes to UC from Southern Missionary College, where She served as director of Hi■- mentarv education from 1962 to 1965. The rapid-reading classes now being formed: —For high school and college students, from 4 to 6 p.m., on Tuesdays, to be taught by Mrs. Joe Elkins. —For adults and college students, held from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., on Tuesdays, to be con ducted by Mrs. Shields Wilson. —For adults and college students, taught by Mrs. Richard Stanley, from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesdays. —On Thursdays, Mrs. William S. Johnson will teach two classes—one from 4 to 6 p.m., which will be for high school and college students, and one from 7 to 9 p.m., which will be for adults and college students. Tuition fees for the classes, which offer 20 hours of instruction for a 10-week period, are as follows: —High school juniors and seniors—$25 plus $1 book rental. —Adults and college students —$35 plus cost of book. Application should be made to the Reading Center at 266- 0124, ext. 250. SMBMMMNMMNMMMMnMMMMMMMN from the Educational Services Center of the university. Members of the Graduate and Professional Career Committee have agreed to assume responsibility for specific graduate school grants for undergraduates. Students should be referred to the faculty member and, in cases where faculty nominations arc required, departmental chairmen should send nominations to the proper representative. They are: Dr. Enid Bryan-AAUW Fellowships Dr. Lewis Fletcher—AEC and NSF grants Dr. Karel Hujer — Rhodes, Marshall and NATO grant.. Mrs. Elizabeth Massy— NDEA fellowships Dr. Frank Prescott — Law scholarships including Chapin Thomas Fellowships Dr. Hugh Seay — Woodrow Wilson Fellowships I'rof. Allison Slagle - NEA Grants I'rof. Terrell Tatum — Fulbright Fellowships Mrs. Dimis Weisbaker—Danforth Fellowships Dean Livingood will continue to submit medical, dental, pharmacy and nursing evaluations. —Dr. Myron McCay will have students application forms for faculty research, study and lecturing abroad opportunities. Sin«_iii«r for 'Fun' The music department is forming a girls' chorus that will be composed of "any girls in the university who would like to sing 'fun* music," E. I). Rushworth, head or the department, announced. "We will meet in the band room on Mondays at 3 p.m. and all the girls interested in singing arc urged to come," Rushworth said. "No formal iiyouis will be held so that shouldn't scare anyone. Thc girls' chorus usually forms the nucleus of any traveling group which I take to the an a hiuh schools as part of our recruiting program." ItiislnK'll Will Advise Foreign Student! Dr. Clyde Bushnell of the English department has been named to serve as adviser to I i"s foreign students this year, school officials announced. WDOD Reports on the >!<><•- All UC football games- at home and away—will be broadcast this season by WDOD-Ald and WDOD-FM, it was announced. Bob Powers, sports director for the stations, will do the play-byplay description. Baptist Minkter Rr»t Chape] Speaker Hi Luther Joe Thompson, pastor ol Chattanooga's First Baptist Church, will speak next Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Patten Chapel in the first of a new series of voluntary chapel programs. The programs, open to all students, are being sponsored by the I Diversity Religious Council, and each service will probably be held on the first Wednesday of each month. Charlie McCoy, ftfnsic Maker "Charlie McCoy and the Escorts" will provide music for the homecoming dance, the entertainment committee of the Student Council has announced. Roy Lee Johnson will play for an informal dance at the .Maclellan Cymnasium Nov. 4. Rat Court Today Rat Week ends today at 10 a.m. with the annual Rat Court in Patten Chapel. At left, fresh man holds umbrella for domi- rating upperelassman. Transgressors of rat rules may find themselves a part of the scene at right. OR ELSE j y IV IT • < B ft (j m j —Echo it-ff photo by Wlnborn Grriorv j —Irhe lUfl cartoon by K.rrn Adcot
|Alternative Title||University echo, vol. LXXI, no. 4|
|Creator||University of Chattanooga|
|Description||Newspaper published by the students of the University of Chattanooga.|
|Publisher||University of Chattanooga|
|Place of Publication||Chattanooga (Tenn.)|
|Topic||College student newspapers and periodicals -- Tennessee -- Chattanooga|
|Corporate Entity||University of Chattanooga -- Periodicals|
|Institution||University of Tennessee at Chattanooga|
|Digital Collection||University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Echo student newspapers|
|Rights||In the public domain and may be used without copyright restriction.|
|Recommended Citation||University echo, vol. LXXI, no. 4, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Echo student newspapers, Special Collections, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga|
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