Papers Presented to the Round Table

William Parsons

"The Catholic Church from the Protestant Standpoint"

January 14, 1913

Joseph Schafer

"The Balkan Situation"

February 11, 1913

Frank Jenkins

"Comparison of Direct Government and Representative Government"

March 11, 1913

John Bovard

"Theories of Heredity and Their Application to Eugenics"

April 8, 1913

Frederic Dunn

"Roman Humor"

May 13, 1913

H.S. Wilkenson

"H. P. Bowne"

June 12, 1913

Eric Allen

"The History of Great Newspapers"

October 21, 1913

Edmund Conklin

"The Psychology of Dreams"

November 11, 1913

Prince Lucien Campbell

"Some Contributions to the Conception of Consciousness"

December 9, 1913

Edgar DeCou

"The Australian Commonwealth"

January 13, 1914

Frederick Comings

"A True Invoice of the Medical Profession"

February 10, 1914

William Dill

"Prison Reform"

March 9, 1914

Robert Booth

"The Future of the Pacific Coast"

April 14, 1914

Algernon Dixon

"The National Chamber of Commerce, Its Purpose and Achievement"

May 12, 1914

Robert C. Clark

"French Republicanism"

June 9, 1914

John O'Hara

"The Economic Inevitability of the Present European War"

October 19, 1914

Matthew Douglass

"Church Union"

November 19, 1914

Edwin Potter

"The Proper Function of the Judiciary"

December 8, 1914

George Hug

"Vocational Guidance"

January 12, 1915

Charles Southworth

"The Prevention of Disease"

February 9, 1915

Frederick Shinn

"Practical Applications of Science to Everyday Life"

March 9, 1915

Ralph Hamilton

"A Lawyer's Attitude Toward Legislation"

April 13, 1915

Madison Harris

"Oral Hygiene and Efficiency"

May 8, 1915

Warren Smith

"America and the Future of the Orient"

October 12, 1915

Colin Dyment

"Scientific Community Promotion Versus ‘Boosting’"

November 9, 1915

William Kuykendall

"The Effect of the Entrance of the Human Mind Into the Problem of Evolution"

December 14, 1915

Dugald Campbell

"Sheep and Shepherds—Here and Elsewhere"

January 11, 1916

Attilla Norman

"Co-operation and the Co-operator"

February 15, 1916

Orin Stafford

"The Outlook for Industrial Development in the Northwest"

March 14, 1916

Allbee Wheeler

"The Title to Our Lands"

April 11, 1916

Ralph Lyman

"History of Song"

May 16, 1916

Clayton Collins

"The Junior High School"

June 6, 1916

Earl Immel

"Sunday Legislation"

October 10, 1916

Alpheus Spangler

"Rural Survey of Lane County"

November 14, 1916

John Williams

"Preparedness from a Military Standpoint"

December 12, 1916

Fred Ayer

"Drawing as a Language"

January 9, 1917

Milton Miller

"Focal Infection of the Teeth and the Relation to General Diseases"

February 13, 1917

Walter Morton

"Selling Latin America"

March 13, 1917

Grant Beardsley

"Socializing Tendencies in the Practice of Medicine"

April 10, 1917

Henry Sheldon

"Mothers and Schoolma’ams"

May 8, 1917

Harry Bowen

"Co-operation vs. Competition As a Business Builder"

October 9, 1917

Omar Gullion

"Bacterial Vaccines"

November 13, 1917

Joseph Devers

"The Criminal, the Crime, the Cause"

December 11, 1917

Marion McClain

"City Beautification"

January 10, 1918

William Case

"Lincoln's Americanism"

February 12, 1918

Seward Allen

"Justice or Expediency"

March 13, 1918

B. Debusk

"Our Physical Unpreparedness"

April 10, 1918

George Parkinson

"The Dependent Classes Under the Mosaic and Babylonian Codes"

May 15, 1918

Ernest Bates

"Literature of the War"

June 12, 1918

C. Edmondson

"Our Sea Food Resources"

October 8, 1918

Robert C. Clark

"The Committee on Public Information"

November 19, 1918

Frank Jenkins

"The Place of the Newspaper in American Life"

December 10, 1918

John Leader

"Sidelights on the American Civil War"

January 14, 1919

Robert C. Clark

"Organization and Accomplishments of the Peace Conference to Date"

February 11, 1919

Charles Howard

"Scientific Methods as Applied to Education"

March 11, 1919

Lester Hulin

"Glimpses of Early Eugene"

April 8, 1919

Edmund Conklin

"The Trails of the Ghost Hunter"

May 13, 1919

Frederic Dunn

"Vignettes and Silhouettes from Italy"

October 14, 1919

John Landsbury

"Music—the Science"

November 11, 1919

Claude Rorer

"The Dawn of a New Agriculture"

December 9, 1919

Arthur Rogers

"America's Part in Financing the World War"

January 13, 1920

William Milne

"Mathematics of the World War"

February 10, 1920

William Boynton

"The Triumph of Physics in the World War"

March 9, 1920

Algernon Dixon

"Industrial Problems of the Northwest"

April 13, 1920

Carl McClain

"Guarding Public Health"

May 11, 1920

Prince Lucien Campbell

"Mazama Recollections"

June 11, 1920

Raymond Wheeler

"Some Freak Developments of the Human Mind"

October 12, 1920

Dean Walker

"Oregon Football"

November 9, 1920

Earl Packard

"Quest for Petroleum"

December 11, 1920

Russell Calkins

"Transportation Problems During the War"

January 11, 1921

Sam Warner

"Legal Procedure in Theory and Practice"

February 8, 1921

Seward Allen

"Some Legislative Problems in Oregon"

March 8, 1921

E. Sawyer

"Motor Trip Impressions of California"

April 12, 1921

Edwin Robbins

"The Economic Emancipation of Women"

May 10, 1921

Robert Booth

"The State Highway System and Its Benefits"

June 14, 1921

Eric Allen

"What's the Matter with the Newspapers?"

October 11, 1921

Earl Immel

"Wills—Their Origin and Examples"

November 9, 1921

Harry Torry

"Some New Aspects of Medical Education"

December 13, 1921

Grant Beardsley

"Malnutrition—Causes and Results"

January 10, 1922

Walter Barnes

"The Russian Revolutionary Movement"

February 14, 1922

Clayton Collins

"The Housing Problems of the Future"

March 14, 1922

Colin Dyment

"Tendencies in Higher Education"

April 11, 1922

James Gilbert

"The Meaning of Syndicalism"

May 9, 1922

William Case

"The Newer Orthodoxy"

October 10, 1922

Albert Caswell

"The Energy Problem of the Future"

November 14, 1922

Warren Smith

"The Philippine Situation as Viewed by a Geologist"

December 12, 1922

William Newell

"The Farm Problem of Western Oregon"

January 9, 1923

Edwin Potter

"Some Observations on the Referendum and Recall"

February 13, 1923

Orin Stafford

"Some Forest By-Products"

April 13, 1923

Albert Sweetser

"The Mountain Wild Flowers of the Northwest"

April 17, 1923

Omar Gullion

"Substitution in Medical Education"

May 8, 1923

Richard Bolt

"Problems Concerned with the Welfare of Mothers and Children"

June 14, 1923

Edwin Hodge

"Minerals in History and Modern Affairs"

October 9, 1923

Ralph Martin

"Why I Believe in Eugene"

November 13, 1923

Edmund Conklin

"The Psychology of Futurism"

December 11, 1923

Frederick Comings

"The Drug Evil"

January 8, 1924

William Hale

"Freedom of Speech and of the Press"

February 12, 1924

Frank Chambers

"Some Ins and Outs of Merchandising"

March 11, 1924

William Kuykendall

"The Problem of a Better Human Race"

April 8, 1924

Sam Warner

"Oregon’s Defense Against Crime"

May 13, 1924

John Bovard

"The Modern Trend of Physical Education"

June 10, 1924

Walter Barnes

"Question of a Durable Peace"

October 14, 1924

Bruce Giffen

"Relation of Church and State in the Matter of Religious Education"

November 11, 1924

Claude Rorer

"Investments"

December 9, 1924

Williame Milne

"Role of Exact Science in the Development of Civilization"

January 13, 1925

Lester Hulin

"Rural Life and One of Its Serious Problems"

February 10, 1925

Tom Harris

"Some American Fundamentals"

March 10, 1925

Grant Beardsley

"Subsidizing Our Infant Industry"

April 14, 1925

Robert C. Clark

"The Expurgation of History Texts"

May 12, 1925

George Turnbull

"Looking in on Journalism"

June 9, 1925

Fred Stetson

"Problems in Administering Public Education"

October 13, 1925

Arthur Rogers

"Some Phases of the Federal Reserve System"

November 10, 1925

Charles Carpenter

"Legal and Sociological Aspects of Anti-Evolution Laws"

December 8, 1925

Algernon Dixon

"From the First Tree to the Last"

January 12, 1926

Hale Douglass

"The American Public Library"

February 9, 1926

Carl McClain

"Modern Street Lighting"

March 9, 1926

Ralph Casey

"Some Problems in the Creation of An Intelligent Public Opinion"

April 13, 1926

Madison Harris

"The Cascade National Forest"

May 11, 1926

Seward Allen

"Some Glimpses of Artistic Europe"

June 8, 1926

Nelson Macduff

"Relation of Natural Scenery to Public Welfare"

October 12, 1926

Frank Jenkins

"The Old and the New Order in Journalism"

November 9, 1926

Frank Eddy

"A Study of Utopias"

December 14, 1926

Clayton Collins

"Landlords, Tenants and Housing"

January 11, 1927

Eric Allen

"Our Changing Newspapers"

February 8, 1927

Frederick Dunn

"The Yonic Principle in Religion and Art"

March 8, 1927

Earl Packard

"The Secret of the Riches of Central Oregon"

April 12, 1927

James Gilbert

"The Pessimism of Early Economists"

May 10, 1927

Joseph Schafer

"A Mid-Western Specimen of American Political History"

June 14, 1927

Warren Smith

"Interesting Byways in Oregon"

October 11, 1927

Mentor Boney

"Co-operative Marketing"

November 8, 1927

Edgar DeCou

"Mathematics at Work and At Play"

December 13, 1927

Marion McClain

"Our City and the Future"

January 10, 1928

Merton Cameron

"The Social Function of Public Service Commissions"

February 14, 1928

Edwin Potter

"Governments of the Future"

March 13, 1928

Albert Sweetser

"Old Herbals and Medical Folklore"

April 10, 1928

Albert Caswell

"Exploring the Heavens"

May 8, 1928

George Hurley

"History of Surgery from Aescalapius to the Mayos"

June 12, 1928

Earl Immel

"Our Jury System, Is It Efficient?"

October 9, 1928

Harvey Townsend

"The Nature of Philosophy"

November 13, 1928

Milton Miller

"Dentistry—Ancient and Modern"

December 11, 1928

Omar Gullion

"Para Nasal Sinuses"

January 8, 1929

Orin Stafford

"Present Day Conceptions of the Material Universe"

February 12, 1929

John Bovard

"Survey on Exercise and Health, Both Past and Present"

March 12, 1929

Edmund Conklin

"When Life Looses Its Zest, or the Dangerous Age"

April 9, 1929

John Mueller

"History of the Feminist Movement"

May 14, 1929

Robert Merrill

"Branch Banking"

June 11, 1929

Walter Barnes

"Forces in the New China"

October 9, 1929

Ralph Martin

"Some Problems of Lumber Marketing"

November 12, 1929

Robert Clark

"The Whys and Wherefores of Political Parties"

December 10, 1929

William Kuykendall

"The Modern Service Club"

January 14, 1930

William Milne

"Peace Day Problems in Ordnance"

February 11, 1930

Frank Chambers

"Pied a Terre"

March 11, 1930

Edwin Hedge

"A Geologist en Voyage"

April 8, 1930

George Turnbull

"Some Pioneer Oregon Newspapers"

May 13, 1930

Dean Walker

"Education—Higher or Lower"

June 10, 1930

William Kuykendall

"The Modern Service Club"

October 14, 1930

Hale Douglass

"The Modern University Library and Its Building"

November 11, 1930

William Tugman

"Trial by City Desk"

December 9, 1930

Charles Carpenter

"The Supreme Court and Its Work"

January 13, 1931

Joe McArthur

"Development of a Hydro-Electric Project with Special Reference to Leaburg"

February 10, 1931

Fred Stetson

"Building an Educational Program for Oregon"

March 10, 1931

Grant Beardsley

"Modern Maternity"

April 14, 1931

Joe Wetherbee

"India—A Study"

May 12, 1931

Phillip Parsons

"From Coals to Goals"

June 9, 1931

Howard Goold

"What's Wrong with Readin', 'Ritin', and 'Rithmetic?"

October 14, 1931

Roger Williams

"Vitamins in Life and Health"

November 10, 1931

Clay Palmer

"The Ultimate End of the Modern Trend in Religious Belief"

December 8, 1931

James Gilbert

"Politics and Prosperity"

January 12, 1932

Seward Allen

"Lincoln from 1848-1860"

February 9, 1932

Lester Hulin

"Joe Lane, Place in Oregon History"

March 8, 1932

William Milne

"Relativity:  What It is;  What Good Is it?"

April 12, 1932

Eric Allen

"Public Opinion and Foreign Relations"

May 10, 1932

Earl Immel

"The Legal Profession and the Public"

October 11, 1932

Frank Chambers

"My Impressions of Conditions in Europe"

November 8, 1932

Howard Taylor

"A Survey of the Theories of Psychology"

December 13, 1932

Robert C. Clark

"What Shall We Do About International Debt?"

January 10, 1933

Joe McArthur

"Municipal Ownership of Public Utilities"

February 14, 1933

Warren Smith

"The World's Population Problem"

March 14, 1933

George Hurley

"State Medicine"

April 11, 1933

John Mueller

"The Communistic Plan for Social Reconstruction"

May 10, 1933

Louis Henderson

"Reminiscences of Boyhood Days in the South During the Civil War"

October 10, 1933

George Turnbull

"Twelve Torrid Years in the Administration of Public Domain"

November 14, 1933

Cecil Ristow

"The Problem of Denominationalism"

December 12, 1933

Harrison Hoyt

"A Critique of the American Business System"

January 9, 1934

Albert Ross

"Recent Advance in Medicine"

February 13, 1934

Frederic Dunn

"The Senate, Rome and Washington"

March 13, 1934

Orlando Hollis

"The Progress of the Law"

April 10, 1934

Lawrence Harris

"High Lights of the Early Political History of Oregon"

May 8, 1934

Ralph Huestis

"The Present Status of the Theory of Evolution"

October 9, 1934

Will Norris

"Models, the Scientist’s Tools"

November 13, 1934

Robert Merrill

"History of Inflation in the United States"

December 11, 1934

Ernest Moll

"The Artist and Society"

January 8, 1935

Marion McClain

"The Battle of the Books"

February 12, 1935

Samuel Jameson

"Social Change in Turkey"

March 12, 1935

Wayne Morse

"Social Ends and Legal Objectives"

April 9, 1935

Joseph Wetherbee

"Graphic Evidence of Ancient Civilization in the Pacific Islands"

May 14, 1935

Albert Caswell

"Astronomy"

October 8, 1935

Clayton Collins

"Education Then and Now"

November 12, 1935

James Gilbert

"The Thing We Call Property"

December 10, 1935

Ralph Martin

"Lumbering and Laboring, With and Under N.R.A."

January 14, 1936

Paul Washke

"Intramural Sports"

February 11, 1936

Milton Miller

"Music From the Layman’s Viewpoint"

March 10, 1936

Harry Yocom

"The Function of a Biological Station in Oregon"

April 14, 1936

Fred Stetson

"Side-Lights on Being Democratic"

May 12, 1936

Warren Smith

"What Is a University?"

October 13, 1936

Eric Allen

"Mental Attitudes in Non-Democratic Countries"

November 10, 1936

William Tugman

"An Autopsy on Promises"

December 8, 1936

Edgar DeCou

"A Mathematician Explains"

January 12, 1937

Lester Hulin

"Col. E.D. Baker, Oregon's Patriotic Senator"

February 9, 1937

Seward Allen

"The Literary Lincoln"

March 9, 1937

Arthur Norton

"The Medical Situation as I See It"

April 13, 1937

Orlando Hollis

"Travel Scrapbook"

May 11, 1937

Elon Moore

"A Neglected Relationship: Wages and the Family"

October 12, 1937

Algernon Dixon

"Our Capitol City:  Impressions of a Part-Time Resident"

November 9, 1937

Grant Beardsley

"Recent Developments in Obstetrics and Gynecology"

December 14, 1937

Norman Tully

"The War Myth in the United States"

January 11, 1938

Wayne Morse

"Administration of Release Procedures in Oregon"

February 8, 1938

Robert Clark

"The Story of Rev. Herbert Beaver"

March 8, 1938

Fred Cuthbert

"Recent Trends in City Planning City"

April 12, 1938

Ernest Moll

"Two Rivers: A Narrative Poem"

May 10, 1938

Lester Beck

"Faith Healers at Work and Play"

October 11, 1938

Harry Johnson

"The Changing High School"

November 8, 1938

John Anderson

"Why the Fuss About Civil Liberties?"

December 8, 1938

Herman Kehrli

"What Is this Good Government?"

January 10, 1939

Orin Stafford

"The Creative in the Chemistry"

February 14, 1939

William East

"Administrative Agencies-Tribunals or Inquisitions?"

March 14, 1939

John Cramer

"State vs. District Units for Schools"

April 11, 1939

Donald Erb

"A Plea for Economic Literacy"

May 9, 1939

Howard Taylor

"Some Social Implications of Gestalt Psychology"

October 10, 1939

Madison Harris

"Dentistry as a Career and the Status of the Dentist"

November 14, 1939

Arthur Moore

"Science and Totalitarian Society"

December 12, 1939

George Turnbull

"The Newspapers and the Truth"

January 9, 1940

George Hurley

"Pacts and Fancies of Medicine and Surgery"

February 13, 1940

Elmo Chase

"Why the Willamette Valley Project?"

March 12, 1940

Omar Gullion

"Are You Vitaminized?"

April 9, 1940

Charles Howard

"Lost Individualism"

May 14, 1940

Robert Merrill

"I Promise to Pay"

October 8, 1940

Albert Ross

"Civilization, Science and Longevity"

November 12, 1940

Herman Kehrli

"The Federal Government and the ‘Sovereign’ States"

December 10, 1940

Adolph Kunz

"The Next Hundred Years"

January 14, 1941

Dan Clark

"Turner’s Frontier Hypothesis and Its Present Status"

February 11, 1941

James Gilbert

"Progressive Taxation in Theory and Practice"

March 11, 1941

Clinton Conley

"Our Changing Plant World"

April 8, 1941

Ralph Huestes

"The World Within and  Without"

May 27, 1941

Grant Beardsley

"Paternity By Proxy"

October 14, 1941

Paul Washke

"Physical Education—European or American Style"

November 11, 1941

Vincil Davis

"What Is the O.S.M.C.B. and Why"

December 9, 1941

Albert Caswell

"Whatever the Weather May Be"

January 13, 1942

Clayton Collins

"How’s the Housing Problem to be Solved"

February 10, 1942

Marion McClain

"The Winged Word"

March 10, 1942

Samuel Jameson

"Charity Rackets"

April 14, 1942

Leavitt Wright

"Mexican Mosts"

May 12, 1942

Will Norris

"University of Oregon Campus in 1960"

October 13, 1942

Edgar DeCou

"Pioneering in Higher Education"

November 10, 1942

Arthur Norton

"Roses as a Hobby"

December 8, 1942

Harry Yocom

"The Biologist Aids in War Time Medicine"

January 12, 1943

Donald Erb

"So It's Undemocratic"

February 9, 1943

Warren Smith

"The Pearl of the Eastern Seas"

March 9, 1943

Andrew Vincent

"The Artist’s Effort"

April 13, 1943

William Tugman

"The Public Mind"

May 11, 1943

Norman Tully

"War and Peace in American History"

October 12, 1943

Pierre VanRysselberghe

"Internationalism Through Science"

November 9, 1943

Vance Webster

"Perils to Democracy"

December 14, 1943

Ralph Martin

"Our Trees—A Renewable Natural Resource"

January 11, 1944

Kenneth O'Connell

"Bureaucracy"

February 8, 1944

William Jones

"The Presidential Derby of 1944"

March 14, 1944

Jesse Bond

"The Economic Theory and Consequences of the New Deal"

April 11, 1944

Fred Stelson

"The American Family at War"

May 9, 1944

Quirinus Breen

"The Twelfth Century Revival of the Roman Law"

October 10, 1944

Ray Boals

"Oregon’s Forests as a Source of Fuel"

November 14, 1944

Elon Moore

"Time to Retire"

December 12, 1944

Robin Bruckart

"The World of the Child"

January 9, 1945

John Bruckart

"The Rise of Bureaucracy"

February 13, 1945

Robert Lyon

"French Thrift"

March 13, 1945

Roy Elliott

"A Forest Program for Lane County"

April 10, 1945

Lady PierreVanRysselberghe

"Belgian Folklore"

May 8, 1945

Hoyt Franchere

"Freedom of Enterprise - for Whom?"

October 9, 1945

W. Swangaard

"Man and the Horse, Down Through the Ages"

November 6, 1945

Wallace Hayden

"Improving the Appearance of Our Cities"

December 11, 1946

Arthur Moore

"Leonardo da Vinci, Forerunner of the New Age"

January 8, 1946

George Turribull

"A Century of Oregon Journalism"

February 12, 1946

Omar Gullion

"Cataracts"

March 12, 1946

Orlando Hollis

"Is a Reno Divorce Any Good?"

April 9, 1946

Clinton and Lola Conley

"Our Changing Plant World II"

May 14, 1946

Albert Ross

"Psychosomatic Trends"

October 8, 1946

Albert Caswell

"Anglo-American Scientific Research and Development"

November 12, 1946

Herman Kehrle

"Growing Pains and Financial Problems"

December 10, 1946

James Gilbert

"The Math and Aftermath of War Debts"

January 14, 1947

Algernon Dixon

"The Long Arm of Coincidence"

February 11, 1947

Lester Beck

"Fact Into Film"

March 11, 1947

William East

"Military Government Duties of an Army"

April 8, 1947

Charles Howard

"Trade Marks in Advertising"

May 13, 1947

Fred Northop

"The Future of Home Heating by Electricity"

October 14, 1947

Frederick Cuthbert

"Is a National Housing Program Necessary?"

November 11, 1947

Howard Taylor

"The Dilemma of Democracy"

December 9, 1947

Harry Newburn

"Financing Higher Education in the United States"

January 13, 1948

Deane Seeger

"Two Down and Eight to Go"

February 10, 1948

Wesley Nicholson

"Institutional Religion and the Good Society"

March 9, 1948

Gordon Wright

"Russo-American Relationships from the Historical Viewpoint"

April 13, 1948

Elmo Chase

"Orchids to You"

May 11, 1948

Adolph Kunz

"Is This a Scientific World"

October 12, 1948

Ed Pitkin

"Some Aspects of Agricultural Co-Operatives"

November 9, 1948

Everett Harpham

"Spreading the Risk"

December 14, 1948

Percy Brown

"Local Taxation—Can It be Improved?"

January 11, 1949

Ralph Fuibright

"Labor Relations and What It Means"

February 8, 1949

William Riddlesbarger

"The Fair (?) Labor Standards Act of 1949"

March 8, 1949

Eldon Johnson

"The Consent of the Governed"

April 12, 1949

Dan Clark

"Ladies' Night in Pioneer Days"

May 10, 1949

Paul Washke

"Highlights of Club Origin and Development"

October 11, 1949

Warren Smith

"An Emeritus Looks Back"

November 8, 1949

Ralph Huestis

"We Are Seven"

December 13, 1949

Fred Miller

"Antibiotics, Miracle Drugs?"

January 10, 1950

Wil Norris

"Experimental Physics"

February 14, 1950

Leavitt Wright

"Evolution vs. Revolution"

March 14, 1950

Robert Horn

"The Unknown DeFoe"

April 11, 1950

Willilam Tugman

"Freedoms (sic) of the Press"

May 9, 1950

Jesse Bond

"A Method of Stabilizing Capitalism by and for the Common Man"

October 10, 1950

Ralph Christenson

"What's Natural About Childbirth?"

November 14, 1950

Fred Stetson

"Can the Schools Do the Job?"

December 12, 1950

Vance Webster

"Keep Your Eye on Israeli"

January 9, 1951

Arthur Norton

"Refraction—An Eye-Opener"

February 13, 1951

Andrew Vincent

"The Shape of Things"

March 13, 1951

Paul Mellish

"Religion and Liberal Education"

April 10, 1951

Kenneth O'Connnell

"Adam’s Rib"

May 8, 1951

Quirinus Breen

"Celio Calcagnini (1479-1541)"

October 9, 1951

Charles Sikes

"Trilogy"

November 13, 1951

Lloyd Staples

"Our Unearthly Foreigners"

December 11, 1951

John Bruckart

"Development of a Wild Forest"

January 8, 1952

Robin Overstreet

"Little Killers"

February 12, 1952

Ray Boals

"Energy Sources of the Future"

March 11, 1952

Ivan Niven

"The Glory Road"

April 8, 1952

Grant Beardsley

"Thirty-Eight Years Racing the Stork"

May 13, 1952

Robert Lyon

"The West Point of Douglas MacArthur"

October 14, 1952

Clarence Hines

"Educational Chameleon"

November 11, 1952

Arthur Anderson

"How Best to Spend Your Medical Dollar"

December 9, 1952

Elon Moore

"Industrial Do-Gooding and the Older Worker"

January 13, 1953

George McCallum

"The Threat of Darkness"

February 10, 1953

Edwin Johnson

"The Mayor Talks"

March 11, 1953

Pierre VanRysselberghe

"Energy:  Its Laws, Its Citizenry"

April 14, 1953

George Turribull

"The Newspapers: Their Past, Present, and Future—If Any"

May 12, 1953

Robert Lemon

"Possibilities of Minimizing Taxes Under Existing Laws"

October 13, 1953

Wallace Hayden

"House, Home, and Habit"

November 10, 1953

Marvin Krenk

"Methods of Determining the Self"

December 8, 1953

Herman Kehrli

"What Governmental Organization for the Suburbs?"

January 12, 1954

John Tysell

"Stress"

February 9, 1954

Ralph Martin

"Lumber Changes in Fifty Years"

March 9, 1954

William Laughlin

"Blood, Bones and Race"

April 13, 1954

James Gilbert

"The Economic Appraisal of Gambling"

May 11, 1954

Ford Northrop

"Water, Water, Everywhere"

October 12, 1954

Raymond Ellickson

"The Search for Security"

November 9, 1954

Michael Swangard

"0 Temporal—0 Mores!"

December 14, 1954

William East

"Free Trial versus Free Press"

January 11, 1955

Wesley Nicholson

"Pity the Poor Arab"

February 8, 1955

Charles Howard

"Legal Ethics"

March 8, 1955

Elmo Chase

"Malthus and the American Farmer"

April 19, 1955

Orlando Hollis

"The Lighter Side of the Law"

May 10, 1955

Adolph Kunz

"The Future of the Healing Arts"

October 11, 1955

Wilbur Riddlesbarger

"There Oughta Be a Law"

November 8, 1955

Robert Frazier

"The Buck Stops Here"

December 13, 1955

Clinton and Lola Conley

"Our Changing Plant World III"

January 10, 1956

Dale Leslie

"Every Cobbler to His Last"

February 14, 1956

Edward Pitkin

"Old and New Preserving for Fruits and Vegetables"

March 13, 1956

Percy Brown

"The Rise of a Profession"

April 10, 1956

William Jones

"The Torchlight Parade"

May 8, 1956

Leavitt Wright

"Return of the Natives"

October 9, 1956

Robert Clark

"Webster Says"

November 13, 1956

Fred Cuthbert

"About Cities"

December 11, 1956

Ralph Cobb

"Pain and the Money Judgment"

January 8, 1957

Robert Aufderheide

"Mining, a Multiple Land Use Problem on the National Forest"

February 12, 1957

Wendell Stephenson

"The Historical Background of Southern Education at Mid-century"

March 12, 1957

Ralph Christenson

"Meditation on Medication"

April 9, 1957

Meredith Wilson

"The Place of Understanding"

May 14, 1957

Ward Macy

"Economics in Transition"

October 8, 1957

Paul Lansdowne

"Fruit of the Grape"

November 12, 1957

Fred Miller

"Hippocrates, Father of Medicine"

December 10, 1957

Alfred Goodwin

"Life, Liberty, and Mental Illness"

January 14, 1958

Paul Washke

"Can the King Do Wrong?"

February 11, 1958

Robert Horn

"The Two Churchills: Marlborough and Sir Winston"

March 11, 1958

Ralph Huestis

"Women and Men"

April 8, 1958

Edmund Cylder

"Orpheus and Everyman"

May 13, 1958

Martin Schmitt

"Dust and Dog Fennell"

October 14, 1958

Grant Beardsley

"De Senectute"

November 11, 1958

Edward Cone

"How We Got This Way"

December 9, 1958

Charles Johnson

"Organized Imagination"

January 13, 1959

Glenn Starlin

"TV Unbounded"

February 10, 1959

Andrew Vincent

"Language of Vision"

March 10, 1959

William Tugman

"Persons and Places in Lane County"

April 14, 1959

Fred Stetson

"The American Family Has Headaches"

May 12, 1959

Ivan Niven

"Life Among the Scientists"

October 13, 1959

Charles Sikes

"History Revisited"

November 10, 1959

Quirinus Breen

"Alard of Arnsterdam: A 16th Century Manuscript Hunter"

December 7, 1959

Lloyd Staplec

"Idle Worship of Conservation"

January 12, 1960

Byron Price

"Operation of the Northwest Power Pool"

February 9, 1960

Robin Overstreet

"The Golden Age"

March 8, 1960

Robert Lyon

"The Old Army"

April 12, 1960

G. Barnett

"Ladies' Nights"

May 10, 1960

Keith Skelton

"Surrealism:  Past and Present"

October 11, 1960

John Balint

"Automation"

November 15, 1960

Tom Powers

"Facts—Not Fiction"

December 13, 1960

Robert Leeper

"After Freud, What?"

January 10, 1961

J. Julson

"Paper-its Early History and Some Later Develop"

February 14, 1961

Arthur Anderson

"Gas"

March 14, 1961

Clarence Hines

"Gold Doorknobs and Indoor Plumbing"

April 11, 1961

George Hull

"The Perfectly Matriarchy"

May 9, 1961

Douglas Orme

"Management, Labor and the Public"

October 10, 1961

Bill Bowerman

"Bodies in Orbit"

November 14, 1961

Roland Rodman

"Wednesdays Child Is Full of Woe"

December 12, 1961

George Turnbull

"It All Began With the Indians"

January 9, 1962

A. Herrman

"Patterns"

February 13, 1962

John Stafford

"Ecumenical, Ecclesiastical Ecclecticism"

March 13, 1962

Stanley Darling

"Questions"

April 10, 1962

Charles Duncan

"Pomp and Familial Circumstance"

May 8, 1962

Wallace Hayden

"Image, Place and Form"

October 8, 1962

Jack Danby

"Something Old, Something New"

November 13, 1962

Earl Pomeroy

"Has Oregon a History?"

December 11, 1962

Robert Burke

"The Length of You Knows"

January 8, 1963

Orville Lindstrom

"The University of Oregon as a Business"

February 12, 1963

George McCallum

"The Future Direction of American Medicine"

March 12, 1963

David Knox

"Of Human Dignity"

April 9, 1963

Marvin Krenk

"Magic Memorabilia"

May 14, 1963

John Hulteng

"In Whose Hands"

October 8, 1963

Robert Lemon

"It Ain’t Necessarily So"

November 12, 1963

James Gilbert

"The University in Jeopardy"

December 10, 1963

Wesley Nicholson

"The Passing of a Myth"

January 14, 1964

Raymond Lowe

"Parents and Children in Conflict"

February 11, 1964

Robert Fraizer

"This New Man"

March 10, 1964

Clinton Conley

"Light and Heat—More or Less"

April 14, 1964

Carlisle Moore

"Oregon’s Princess Today"

May 12, 1964

William Jones

"The Care and Feeding of College Professors"

October 13, 1964

Henry Auld

"Please Don’t Push the Button"

November 10, 1964

Robert Campbell

"Economics in One Lesson?"

December 8, 1964

Herman Kehrli

"Federalism and Local Planning—Some Oregon Experience"

January 12, 1965

John Tysell

"Air: Hot and Cold"

February 9, 1965

Donald Stainsby

"A Stroke in Time"

March 9, 1965

Orlando Hollis

"By the Law of the Land"

April 13, 1965

Raymond Ellickson

"Two Cultures"

May 11, 1965

Byron Price

"A Mineral of Unique Importance"

October 12, 1965

Arthur Flemming

"The University"

November 9, 1965

Samuel Dickens

"From Hacienda to Ijido"

December 14, 1965

Ralph Christenson

"Fools Walk In"

January 11, 1966

Ray Hendrickson

"Flies and Lies"

February 8, 1966

Frederick Cuthbert

"Places and Spaces"

March 8, 1966

Edward Pitkin

"Will There Be a Silent Spring?"

April 12, 1966

Glenn Starlin

"Number Please?"

May 10, 1966

Alfred Goodwin

"The Rights of the Individual and the Public"

October 11, 1966

Wayne Morse

"Fiction and Fact Concerning US Policy in Vietnam"

November 8, 1966

Percy Brown

"Peace When There Is No Peace"

December 13, 1966

Edwin Cone

"The Sound of Politicing"

January 10, 1967

Paul Washke

"Co-Op Quotes"

February 14, 1967

Paul Lansdowne

"The Spirit of Things"

March 14, 1967

Robert Trotter

"Art and Our Search for Identity"

April 11, 1967

Ralph Cobb

"True Is Not True"

May 9, 1967

Ivan Niven

"Behind the Ironic Curtain of the Mind"

October 10, 1967

Fred Stetson

"How Good Is Your School?"

November 14, 1967

Robert Horn

"There Will Always Be a Dickens"

December 12, 1967

Vernon Hoffman

"Art and the Businessman"

January 9, 1968

Charles Sikes

"A Hatful of Dust"

February 13, 1968

Robin Overstreet

"The Big Family"

March 12, 1968

George Hull

"To Sleep—Perchance to Dream"

April 9, 1968

Martin Schmitt

"The Good Book"

May 14, 1968

Edwin Ebbighausen

"Quasars and Pulsars—An Enigma"

October 1, 1968

Douglas Orme

"The Quiet Voice"

November 12, 1968

Tom Powers

"The Shape of Education"

December 10, 1968

Clarence Hines

"Dodo or the Rising Star?"

January 14, 1969

Albert Herrman

"The Wedding"

February 11, 1969

Edmund Kykler

"If the King Loves Music"

March 11, 1969

Stanley Darling

"Education"

April 8, 1969

Bill Bowerman

"That’s My Bag"

May 13, 1969

Lloyd Staples

"The Thousand and One Nights"

October 14, 1969

Fred Miller

"The Causer and Responsibility"

November 11, 1969

John Jaqua

"What's Behind?"

December 9, 1969

Orville Lindstrom

"Choices"

January 9, 1970

John Stafford

"Si-Pa-Pu, Too?"

February 10, 1970

Marvin Krenk

"Heaven Knows What"

March 10, 1970

Robert Leeper

"The World’s Fourth Main Attempt at Being Civilized"

April 14, 1970

Roland Rodman

"Look to the Lady"

May 12, 1970

Andrew Vincent

"Europe Leisurely"

October 13, 1970

Lester Anderson

"Forgotten Cities"

November 24, 1970

Wallace Hayden

"Images and Imaginings"

December 8, 1970

Pierre VanRysselberghe

"Triple Cross"

January 12, 1971

Wesley Nicholson

"Our Children and the Law"

February 9, 1971

Jack Danby

"Mycology, a Disease"

March 9, 1971

John Shepherd

"A View Within—The Principal of Projection in Understanding Human Behavior"

April 13, 1971

Robert Frazier

"Now We Are Enemies"

May 11, 1971

John Tysell

"Anson G. Henry—The Political Doctor"

October 12, 1971

Aaron Novick

"Where Are We?"

November 9, 1971

William Wilson

"The Land Ethic"

December 14, 1971

Byron Price

"Energy Crisis"

January 11, 1972

Holcom

"The Plague—Now and Then"

February 8, 1972

William Byrd

"Danger as a Way of Joy"

March 13, 1972

Robert Clark

"From Genesis to Darwin—Metamorphosis of Thomas Condon"

April 11, 1972

Vernon Dorjahn

"African Assessment"

October 10, 1972

Keith McGillivary

"The Anarchists of Spain"

November 14, 1972

Glenn Starlin

"Ho, Hummer!"

December 12, 1972

Wilhiam McHolick

"Things We Leave in People"

January 9, 1973

Gerald Johnson

"Happenings in the Forest"

February 13, 1973

Chapin Clark

"To Provide for the Common Defense"

April 10, 1973

John Alltucker

"Ah, Wilderness"

May 8, 1973

Roland Bartel

"Bewitched by Words"

October 9, 1973

Ehrman Giustina

"Forestry in Focus"

November 13, 1973

Clyde Patton

"The New Nationalism"

December 11, 1973

Ralph Cobb

"A Time to Rend"

January 8, 1974

Robert Harris

"Walls Are Always in the Middle"

February 12, 1974

Robert Newland

"A Happening—Planned or Otherwise"

March 12, 1974

Robert Gilberts

"Spontaneous Combustion"

April 9, 1974

John Hulteng

"At This Point in Time"

May 14, 1974

Robert Frazier

"The Family Fight"

October 8, 1974

Martin Schmitt

"Sir Winston’s Potboilers"

November 30, 1974

Carlisle Moore

"Mad North-North-West"

December 10, 1974

Robert Campbell

"Mirage or Miracle?"

January 14, 1975

Al Urquhart

"Landscapes of Utopia"

February 11, 1975

Harry Jacobs

"The True Use of the Grey Whale"

March 11, 1975

Jim Kays

"And It Came to Pass"

April 1, 1975

Charles Duncan

"Sexism Revisited"

May 13, 1975

Dave Frohnmayer

"Bicentennial Reflections"

October 14, 1975

Arthur Mittman

"My Instructor Didn’t Like Me"

November 11, 1975

Clarence Thurber

"What’s a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This?"

December 9, 1975

Vernon Hoffman

"Silver 'A Tarnished Queen'"

January 13, 1976

Ivan Niven

"Canada and the US: Some Less Obvious Contrasts"

February 10, 1976

John Jaqua

"The Exotics"

March 9, 1976

Raymond Hendrickson

"Eagles, Condors and Swastikas"

April 13, 1976

Arthur Johnson

"Is This Justice?"

May 11, 1976

Roy Lieuallen

"The Foundation of Youth"

October 12, 1976

John Bascorn

"Rankinisms"

November 9, 1976

G. Ebbighausen

"To Be a Moslem"

December 14, 1976

Douglas Orme

"Folklore of Early Southern Oregon"

January 11, 1977

Bob Sogge

"A Taste of Life"

February 10, 1977

Ray Hawk

"Enology and the Oregon Trail"

March 8, 1977

John Balint

"Grand Trunk Road"

April 12, 1977

Stoddard Malarkey

"The Life of a Legend"

May 1, 1977

Martin Schmitt

"Now Then"

October 1, 1977

John Stafford

"The River That Stayed There"

November 8, 1977

Donald Tull

"Futurism—Or What the World Is Coming To?"

December 13, 1977

Thomas Payzant

"De Tocqueville’s Posthumous Visit to America"

January 10, 1978

Lester Anderson

"Inside the Dragon’s Den"

February 14, 1978

Pierre VanRysselberghe

"First a Trail"

April 11, 1978

Don Robinson

"The Welfare Problem"

May 9, 1978

Bill Bowerman

"Gallus Gallus"

October 10, 1978

Byron Price

"What Does It Mean to You?"

November 4, 1978

William Wilson

"Remember the Wild Steelhead?"

December 12, 1978

Richard Hill

"Tenure: Eagle or Albatross"

January 16, 1979

Orlando Hollis

"The Bottom Line"

February 13, 1979

Roland Rodman

"Taking Stock"

March 13, 1979

Ed Cone

"A Fascinating Story"

April 10, 1979

Royce Saltzman

"A Divine Eccentric: Queen of Hearts"

May 8, 1979

Richard Surles

"Things in the Air"

October 9, 1979

Fred Andrews

"Battling the Bulge"

November 13, 1979

James Reinmuth

"Energy Crisis in Public Policy"

December 11, 1979

Keith McGillivary

"American Hellenism"

January 8, 1980

Gerald Johnson

"Waterfowling"

February 12, 1980

John Shepherd

"The Nimrod’s Myth of Yesteryear"

March 10, 1980

John Baldwin

"Professionalism"

April 8, 1980

Edwin Bingham

"Mama Loves Morals, Papa Loves Cats"

May 13, 1980

John Alltucker

"The Black Widow"

October 13, 1981

Delbert Hawkins

"What You Don't See Can't Hurt You, Can It?"

November 10, 1981

Lawrence Pierce

"Reaganomics and Politics"

December 8, 1981

Ralph Cobb

"May Day"

January 12, 1982

Ehrman Giustina

"It Started With Tut"

February 9, 1982

Curtis Simic

"Humor in Politics"

March 9, 1982

William McHolick

"Athletic Dopes"

April 13, 1982

Richard Keller

"Why Me?"

May 11, 1982

Ivan Niven

"The Social Security Predicament"

October 12, 1982

Galen Rarick

"Is Diversity the Answer?"

November 9, 1982

Robert Campbell

"Safe or Sorry?"

December 1, 1982

Charles Duncan

"By Barge, Mule and Felucca: Bear Leaders Abroad"

January 11, 1983

Edwin Allen

"Our Friend the Beaver and Its Habitat"

February 8, 1983

Carlton Woodard

"Be Prepared"

April 8, 1983

Robert Newland

"The Rights of Spring"

April 12, 1983

Larry Gruman

"The Bard as Prophet"

May 10, 1983

Richard Brown

"Brown Beaver Tales"

October 11, 1983

Michael Ellis

"The Olympiad Starts in Eugene"

November 8, 1983

Peter Hippel

"Chemical Basis of Life"

December 13, 1983

Dean Pape'

"Expertise vs. Wisdom"

January 10, 1984

William Byrd

"Women Pallbearers"

February 14, 1984

Robert BerdahI

"Public and Private: Ruminations on a Theme"

March 13, 1984

Jim Hershner

"Written in the Stars"

April 10, 1984

John Bascorn

"I Was Born About 10,000 Years Ago"

May 1, 1984

William Hayes

"The Bishop's Errors"

October 9, 1984

W. Schminke

"The Last of the Dinosaurs"

November 13, 1984

Dennis Solin

"How, When, and Why"

December 11, 1984

William Davis

"Politics Ain’t for Amateurs and Neither is.."

January 8, 1985

Loren Barlow

"Whose Life Is It Anyway?"

February 12, 1985

Stanton Long

"Of Course We Can"

March 12, 1985

Robert Bennett

"Shall We All Go Together?"

April 9, 1985

Ed Coleman

"Oregon—A Peculiar Paradise"

May 14, 1985

Wade Bell

"White Collar Crime"

October 8, 1985

Meredith Wilson

"George Washington as an Aspect of Our Lives"

November 12, 1985

Keith Richard

"Uninvited and Unwanted They Came Anyway"

December 10, 1985

Wilmot Gilland

"Visions of Cities"

January 14, 1986

Arthur Johnson

"Torts/Bankruptcy: What Solution?"

February 11, 1986

Dan Giustina

"International Trade & the Art of Shooting..."

March 11, 1986

Alan Kimball

"In Praise of Politics:  A Commemoration of James Madison"

April 8, 1986

Stoddard Malarkey

"The Life of a Legend: Part Two"

May 1, 1986

Edward Harms

"Home Rule in Oregon—A Curious History"

October 14, 1986

Raymond Hendrickson

"Divine Persuasion"

November 11, 1986

Gerald Bogen

"If I Were King: Investment and Development"

December 9, 1986

James Kays

"In Retrospect"

January 13, 1987

Arthur Mitman

"Refugees"

February 10, 1987

Pierre VanRysselberghe

"Cases of Circumstantial Evidence"

April 14, 1987

Bob Sogge

"A True American"

January 12, 1988

William Neel

"Forgive Us Our Trespasses"

February 9, 1988

Keith McGillivary

"Celts—Now and Then"

March 8, 1988

Gerald Johnson

"Maculate Conception"

April 12, 1988

Bing Bingham

"Daughters of Pioneer Mother"

May 11, 1988

Chapin Clark

"Amateurs or Professionals in the Olympic Games"

October 11, 1988

Larry Pierce

"Lessons From the Revolution"

November 8, 1988

William Neel

"Forgive Us Our Trespasses"

December 13, 1988

Roscoe Divine

"Spies Versus Spies or An Oregon Pioneer"

January 10, 1989

Don Tull

"The American Idea of Individual Wealth and Success"

February 14, 1989

Bernard Dobroski

"Culinary Lore"

March 14, 1989

Duncan McDonald

"When Dumb Things Happen to Smart People"

April 11, 1989

Ted Goodwin

"From Marco Polo to Ferdinand Marcos"

May 8, 1989

James Terborg

"To Your Health"

October 10, 1989

Larry Gruman

"Field of Dreams"

November 14, 1989

Kenneth Ramsing

"From Slingshots to Rubber Ties"

December 12, 1989

Terrence Carter

"Bone Pointing"

January 9, 1990

Fred Andrews

"They are the Sons of Abraham"

February 13, 1990

John MacKinnon

"Timber"

March 13, 1990

Jack Boettcher

"The High Cost of Living"

April 10, 1990

Maurice Holland

"Living at a Crossroads of History"

May 8, 1990

Jonathan Stafford

"The Idea of Progress"

October 9, 1990

Gerald Fry

"The Nike Mystique: Lessons for Corporate America"

December 11, 1990

Dennis Gory

"Which Way Is Home?"

January 8, 1991

James Hargreaves

"Hippies, Punk Rockers, Skin Heads and You."

February 12, 1991

John Gregor

"Mine"

March 12, 1991

Dan Williams

"Tyranny of Democracy?"

April 9, 1991

Berry Kessinger

"Perspectives of the Automobile in America"

May 14, 1991

Lawrence Smith

"Round Table—Looking Ahead"

October 8, 1991

Alan Kimball

"The Experience of Change"

November 10, 1991

Jon Burnham

"Perceived Value at Its Height"

January 14, 1992

Robert Newland

"The Game"

February 11, 1992

Doug Collins

"Todays Tomorrows"

March 10, 1992

Edward Harms

"Trail to Rail"

October 12, 1993

Dennis Solin

"The Great Path Finder"

November 9, 1993

Edwin Bingham

"Where Rolls the Oregon"

December 8, 1993

Larry Gruman

"A Tale of Three Cities"

January 11, 1994

Ray Hawk

"The German Wasserstrasse:  From Rotterdam to Istanbul"

February 8, 1994

Pierre VanRysselberghe

"Potlatch—From Myth to Reality"

March 8, 1994

Charles Duncan

"A Chronic Case of Journalism"

April 12, 1994

Paul Engelking

"The Air of Our Ways"

May 10, 1994

Arnold Ismach

"Potholes on the Infobahn"

October 11, 1994

Robert O'Donnell

"Smooth As .."

November 8, 1994

William Anderson

"Jeb Stuart—Where are you?"

December 13, 1994

James Reinmuth

"A New Order for Our Global Economy"

January 10, 1995

Jim Hershner

"A Fish Story"

February 21, 1995

Douglas Orme

"Then and Now—A Brief History of Eugene"

March 14, 1995

Bill McHolick

"Division of the Spruce Forestry"

April 11, 1995

Robert Clark

"St. Cecila and Her Muses"

May 9, 1995

Keith Richard

"In Loco Parentis"

October 10, 1995

Eben Dobson

"Sailing the Incomparable Sea of Cortez"

November 14, 1995

Dean McKenzie

"What Do We Mean by Gothic?"

December 12, 1995

William Bradshaw

"The Voice of the Crane"

January 9, 1996

Robert Bennett

"Infinity II"

February 13, 1996

Morrette Rider

"The World of Tomorrow as Seen from 1939"

March 12, 1996

John Bascom

"Why Is It There?"

April 9, 1996

Royce Saltzman

"What Price the Arts"

May 14, 1996

Larry Gruman

"Lincoln-Douglas Debates"

October 8, 1996

Jonathan Stafford

"The Wisdom of the Hackers"

November 12, 1996

Bob Sogge

"The Unfortunate Results of Columbus’ Discovery..."

December 10, 1996

William Neel

"Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?"

January 14, 1997

Robert Frazier

"This New Man"  (Redelivered by Van Rysselberghe)

February 11, 1997

Keith McGillivary

"Cross-Winds"

March 11, 1997

Russ Carpenter

"Wallace Stegner and the Power of the King's English"

April 8, 1997

Alexander Murphy

"The European Linguistic Mosaic"

May 13, 1997

Dave Frohnmayer

"Leadership and the Problem of Machiavelli"

October 14, 1997

Carolyn Chambers

"C-Span and Politics"

November 11, 1997

Andy Halpern

"Is There a Home for the Homeless?"

December 9, 1997

Terrence Carter

"Banned in Weston"

January 12, 1998

John MacKinnon

"Aging and Its Extension Into the Future"

February 10, 1998

Kenneth Ramsing

"Siddhartha Lives!"

March 10, 1998

William Bradshaw

"Business Is War"

May 12, 1998

Robert Campbell

"Complexity"

October 1, 1998

Robert Clark

"Bewitched by a Myth"

November 10, 1998

Ruth Bascorn

"Those Puritans"

December 8, 1998

Robert Jackson

"H20 in the 21st"

January 12, 1999

Barbara Haase

"The Way We Really Are: Coming to Terms with America's Changing Family"

February 9, 1999

Linda Bullock

"Cognac, the Region & Spirit"

March 9, 1999

James Hargreaves

"The Colonel and the Kids"

April 13, 1999

Edwin Bingham

"Six Degrees and Separation"

May 11, 1999

David Robertson

"Spiritism, Reincarnation, and Near Death Experience"

October 12, 1999

Rennard Strickland

"Chattering Toads, Dancing Buffalo and the.."

November 9, 1999

Gerald Fry

"The Death of Distance"

December 14, 1999

Melvin Aikens

"Shamanism: A Culture-Historical View"

January 11, 2000

Anne McLucas

"A Mescalero Mozart"

February 8, 2000

Torn Bartlett

"Nile Currents"

March 12, 2000

Peter Swan

"Consolidation of Railroads in the Western"

April 11, 2000

Russ Carpenter

"The Soul of Things"

May 9, 2000

Jim Heiss

"Those Merry Knights"

October 10, 2000

Christina Holzapfel

"Hypericum Revisited"

November 14, 2000

John Alkucker

"America—Where We Were, Are, and Where We Are Going"

December 12, 2000

Fred Andrews

"Keeping Secrets"

January 9, 2001

Barbara West

"An Oedipal Irony"

February 13, 2001

Maurice Holland

"The U of 0’s Greatest Grad"

March 13, 2001

Jack Boettcher

"Reasonable Lethargy?"

April 10, 2001

Richard Brown

"University Life: Fiction and Fact"

May 8, 2001

Jon Burnham

"Gray Days Ahead?"

October 9, 2001

Dan Williams

"Why Is Everyone Picking on Me?"

November 3, 2001

Richard Brown

"College and University Life: Fiction and Fact"

December 11, 2001

Craig Renkert

"What Is There?"

January 8, 2002

Bill Loy

"Winners and Losers"

February 12, 2002

Arnold Ismach

"Civilization's Dark Secret Chocolate: Myth and Reality"

March 12, 2002

Steven Shankman

"Zaabalawi"

April 9, 2002

Edward Harms

"From Sea to Shining Sea"

May 1, 2002

Robert Litin

"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"

October 8, 2002

Liz Cawood

"All That Glitters"

November 12, 2002

Joyce Spence

"The Winner's Circle"

December 13, 2002

Philip Piele

"The Emperors New Clothes: Collapse of the U.S. Telecommunications Industry"

January 14, 2003

Dominic Monahan

"Ball Four"

February 11, 2003

Joe Stone

"Desperados of the Southwest"

March 11, 2003

Fred Crafts

"The Clatsop Blues"

April 8, 2003

Joe Leahy

"Automobile Ferries at the Mouth of the Columbia River 1921-1995"

May 13, 2003

Jonathan Stafford

"Cooperators, Defectors and Loners"

October 14, 2003

Dean Mckenzie

"Old Money Talks"

November 11, 2003

Suzanne Clark

"Poetry and Football"

December 9, 2003

Peter Swan

"How Do They Do That?"

January 13, 2004

Bridget Baker

"Which Way"

February 10, 2004

Sharon Schuman

"Heavenly Spoils"

March 9, 2004

Rober Newland

"The Goddess: Winged or Otherwise"

April 13, 2004

William Brewer

"A Bureaucracy of the Anarchists"

May 11, 2004

Russ Carpenter

"Which Witch?"

October 12, 2005

Jim Earl

"Walk Talk"

November 9, 2005

Melinda Grier

"We Have Met the Enemy"

December 14, 2005

Kip Leonard

"How to Grow Grass"

January 11, 2005

James Branvold

"In the Words of"

February 8, 2005

David Andrews

"It's Not Dirt"

March 8, 2005

James Hargreaves

"To Run a Foil…or, White City"

April 12, 2005

Mark Musgrove

"Ordinary Heroes?"

May 10, 2005

Robert Litin

"The Red, the White and the Red, White & Blue"

October 11, 2005

David Meredith

"Cogito, Ergo Sum"

November 8, 2005

Jim Earl

"Santa Clause:  Myth and Belief"

December 13, 2005

Diane Duke

"Born to be Wild"

January 10, 2006

Joe Leahy

"Canute – the Knight with Rock Knees"

February 14, 2006

David Boush

"Stories from the Thousand and One Nights"

March 14, 2006

Martha Pitts

"One White Crow"

April 11, 2006

Don Kahle

"QWERTY vs. Quirky: Flips and Flops"

May 9, 2006

Bill Sullivan

"Home Sweet Home and Other Disasters: Lane County's Greatest Natural Disasters"

October 10, 2006

Stephen Durrant

"Lost AND Found in Translation"

November 14, 2006

Marty Henner

"Steeltown Schooling"

December 12, 2006

Rebecca Force

"All the Want of a Ha'penny Nail"

January 9, 2007

Nathan Tublitz

"Blonds, Jews, Lawyers and George Bush"

February 13, 2007

David Turner

"Sing Out Again"

March 13, 2007

Dom Monahan

"AU Mountain"

April 10, 2007

Sue Keene

"The Listener's Art"

May 8, 2007

Susan Ban

"From John Day to Junction City"

October 8, 2007

Steven Shankman

"Inside Out"

November 13, 2007

Roger Hall

"Dope on a Rope"

December 11, 2007

David Frank

"Rhetorical Presidencies"

January 8, 2008

Dave Frohnmayer

"What Goes Around ... (or Running for Sheriff)"

February 12, 2008

Anne Dhu McLucas

"Sounding the Depths"

March 11, 2008

Jay Johns

"Standards & Poors"

April 8, 2008

Mary Spilde

"Scotch Broth"

May 13, 2008

Jim Earl

"Window Seat"

October 14, 2008

Rebecca Force

"Screening History"

November 11, 2008

Louise Bishop

"The Belonging in Belongings"

December 9, 2008

Jonathan Stafford

"Man Is the Measure"

January 13, 2009

Martha Bayless

"What's the Difference Between a Duck?"

February 10, 2009

Brad Shelton

"But Is It Art?"

March 10, 2009

Michael Kellman

"Einstein’s Moon"

 2009

William H. Neel

"The Road to the Future"

 2009

Kitty Piercy

"Is Agreeing to Disagree Good Enough for Eugene?"

October, 2009

Margie Paris

"The Sound and the Fury"

 2009

Jonathan Stafford

"Man Is the Measure"

 2009

Joyce Spence

"And the Deer and the Antelope Play”

 2010

Alexander B. Murphy

"Americans Abroad: Should Knowing Something About Belgium Matter?"

2010

Terry McDonald

"Inhumation, Cremation and Natural Burial: Are We Changing Our View of the Eternal?”

2010

Frances Dyke

"Gangsta and the American Dream"

2010

Richard Lariviere

"Dharma and Kharma"

May, 2010

Liz Cawood

"What Will We Call Advertising in 2050?"

October 12, 2010

Evlyn Gould

"Veiled Threats"

November 9, 2010

Dean McKenzie

"What’s Unique About the Trinity?"

December 14, 2010

Susan Gary

"What Did the Bishops Intend?"

January 11, 2011

Sharon Schuman

"Leave Me Alone!”

February 8, 2011

Scott Coltrane

"The Evolution of Dad"

March 8, 2011

Don Kahle

"Selection, Election, and Erection"

April 12, 2011

Jan Lariviere

"The Guide on the Side "

May 10, 2011


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