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Junior week-end on the campus this
May is one long to be remembered by
those fortunate enough to be present,
The canoe fete of Thursday evening,
with its gorgeously decorated canoes,
gave just the right touch to put every
one in the best of spirits. Clean-up
Friday morning, and the campus
luncheon, which followed at noon, in
the Men’s Gym, both helped to pro
mote that feeling of general good fel
lowship that seemed to prevail on
the campus. And as a climax to the
festivities, the Prom will succeed
in fulfilling its duty. Each organiza
tion on the campus has had its share
in making this the best Junior week
end ever by entertaining the guests
with informal dances, luncheons, din
ner parties at their chapter houses.
• • •
The members of the Owl Club were
hosts to a number of guests over the
week-end and included in the list were
Kenneth Meserve, Chester Fronge,
Harry Watson, Eddie Evans, Henjry
tevens, George Chambers, all of Port
land; Vernon Duncan, of Corvallis,
and Herbert Powell, of Monmouth.
* * *
Friday evening the Gamma Bhi
Beta sorority members were hostesses
at an informal dinner in their chapter
house, for their fifteen week-end
guests. The Egyptian idea was ably
carried out by the shaded lights, the
Oriental center piece of flowers deck
ing the dinner table and the place
cards which gave just the finishing
• • •
Hendricks hall is entertaining the
following guests for the Junior Week
end festivities: Lillian Lafferty, Ruth
Stephenson, Josephine Phelpz, Myrtle
Campbell, Marion Harrington, Kath
ryn Quinn, Gertrude Homuth, Pearl
Helms, Mabel Black, Vera Prudhom
me, Kathryn Freeman, Mary Frances
Cox, Jane Eyre, Mrs. G. M. Hawes,
Master John Hollopeter, Mr. and Mrs.
A. D. Holaday, Ruth Holaday and
Grace DeGraf all of Portland, Mildred
Jackson, Ina Proctor, Floy Sims,
Frances Ericson and Helen Harbke
from Corvallis, Grace Anderson of
Baker, Elizabeth Coates of Tillamook,
Mrs. F. Brown of LaGrande, Mildred
Westerfield of McMinnville, Anni,e
Stoltenberg, of Scappoose, Eleanor
June Bailey of Junction City, Edna
Largent of Silverton, and Mrs. Roy
Bishop of Portland, who has been
giving much of her time to the raising
of funds for the woman’s building.
Additional guests are the debating
team from the Oregon Agricultural
College, and the girls of the high
school debating teams, which are de
bating here for the state champion
• • •
Junior week end guests of Delta Tau
Delta are, Bill Compky, Joe Harring,
and Fred Collins, of Portland, and
Henry Clark, of Prineville.
* * *
The following boys are guests of
Sigma Chi for the week end and en
suing festivities: Lee Jones, George
Holbrook, Phil Thompson, Hal Over
mier, Earl Clark, Harry Watson, Dave
Pattulo, Chuck Scallan, Duke Runnel,
Ted Mayer, Phil Strowbridge, Alan
Frisbie, of Portland; Phil Ringle, Wil
liam Ashby, Asa Eoss, William Paulis,
of Salem; Royal Archibald, Hara Ir
vine, Hubert Fortmiller, Floyd Scott,
of Albany; D. C. Kerns, Landa Gillette,
Lindly Sparhawk, Sherman Smith, of
Grants Pass; S. W. Dutart, of Med
ford; Clifford Vester, McMinnville;
J. L. Simpson, Coquille; Lop Beatty,
Oregon City; Leo Hoellisg, North
Bend; Spencer Trowbridge, Bandon.
* * *
Guests of Alpha Delta for Junior
week end are Agnes Cover, Evadne
Hager, Gertrude McIntyre, Irma
Springer, Georgia Jacobs, of Port
land; Dorothy Fitchard, Independence,
and Frances Straughan, Pendelton.
♦ * *
Kappa Alpha Theta is entertaining
the following girls this week end:
Dorothy Cram, Henrieta Lawrence,
Margaret Phillips, Elizabeth Anderson,
Altha Rogers, Martha Johnson, Mary
Jane Albert, Helen La Fountain, Helen
Rhodes, Elizabeth Torrey, Georgia
Shipley, Edith Bragg, Andre Tatro,
and Goria Collinson.
* * *
House guests of Delta Gamma for
the rest of the week and the week end
activities are Philena Bartlet, of As
toria; Bertina Woodard, Hood River;
Willa Carnsew, Olympia. Washington;
Mabel Green, Lebanon; Ceclle Laugh
arty, Dallas; Hilda Tilingchast, and
Martha Schrode, Salem; Narinne
Weaver, Frances Manary, Mary Alex
ander, Bertha Peterson, May Wallace,
Margaret Rankin, Inez Fairchild,
Marsha Knight, Rae Peterson, all of
• • •
Sharply at eight fifteen tonight the
eight piece orchestra will play the
opening strains which will start the
big event of Junior Week-end, the
Junior Prom. This is to be a strictly
formal affair which will be a deviation
from the past • two informal Junior
Proms. There are to be twelve dances
and onextras. During the sixth and
seventh dances the presentation of
trophies will take place and during
the same intermission the men’s glee
club will entertain with several se
The patrons and patronesses for the
evening are Governor and Mrs. Ben
W. Olcott, President and Mrs. P. L.
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Ger
linger. Dtan and Mrs. John Straub,
Dean Elizabeth Fox, Dean and Mrs.
D. W. Mortoh, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Dixon and Mrs. W. J. Jewett.
The decorations are to be elaborate
and original in character.
The Delta Delta Delta sorority have
as their house guests for the week
end Sally Cunningham, Marjorie Ad
ams, Lorena Burt, Marie Chapman,
Ersel Stewart, Helen Smith, Dorothy
Bade, Frances Deery and Edna Dav
idson, all of Portland, Edn^ Ackerman
of Salem, Venaetta and Linetta Quin
lain both of Grants Pass, and Eleanor
McGrew of Seattle.
* • •
Friday evening after the canoe fete
the Delta Delta Delta sorority mem
bers were hostesses to a roguish cab
aret at their chapter house.
• * •
Saturday morning the Alpha Phis
entertained their week-end guests at
a breakfast at the Anchorage. The
guest list included Helen West, Mary
Griffin, Janet Griffith, Mary Ellen
Spalding, Marjorie Englehart, Lillian
Mitchel, Florence Fowler and Agnes
Black all of Portland, Dale Roberts,
Laura Foltz, Alberta Carson and Lil
lian Losts of Hood River, Helen Flynn
of The Dalles, Peggy Schuebel of Ore
gon City, Olive Gates of Hillsboro,
Lihah McMurphey and Gladys Ander
son of Eugene.
* * *
The Bachelordon members acted as
hosts Friday to a matinee dancft at
their chapter house in honor of their
Junior Week-end house guests. The
rooms were artistically decorated with
huge baskets of larkspar and fern.
The house guests are Thomas Christ
mas, Eddie Kleine and Thad Free
land of Portland, Herbert Olin and
Merl Smith of Mill City, Waldo Kelso
and Noble Moody of Spokane, Wash
ington, Willard Marshall and Wayne
Allen of Salem and Dale Freeman of
• * •
The Sigma Delta Phi are having the
following house guests this week-end:
Helen Reith, Irene Brye and Elsie
Brown of Corvallis, Jane Eyre, Mildred
Marsh, Gladys Keeney of Portand,-Ann
Shell and Genevieve McClaren of La
Grande and Nita Howard and Lois
Parker of Eugene.
* * •
The Chi Omega sorority has as Jun
ior Week-end house guests the follow
ing: -Elvira Anderson, Camille Lo
renz, Marjorie Hazard, Helen Idlemen,
Beatrice and Margaret Mathison, Ag-|
nes Dunn, Ruby Long, Helen Ann,
Jones, Maxine Wolcott. Dorothy La
Roche, Helen Kirshner, Beatrice Reno,
Kathrine Pinneo, Agnes Black, Vir
ginia Pearson, Kathrine Ross, Anne
Nelson, Kathrine Lauderdale and El
* * *
The members of the Delta Psi so
rority are entertaining their house
guests Saturday morning with a lunch
eon dance from ten to one. The guest
list includes Florence Burnett and
Belle McAllister of Corvallis, Lois
Beard of Fall City, Alice Baker of
Oakland, Romona Milligan of Port
land and Mable Wild of Grass Valley.
* * *
Alpha Tau Omega is entertaining
Webster Rosenberg, Charles Dawson,
Raymond McKewon, Arthur Rudd,
Jason McKune and Ross Collie.
Phi Delta Theta is entertaining as
week end guests Carl Hanson, Ivan
Roberts, Kenneth Parelius, Charles
Cook, James Meek, Gene Gill, Donald!
McPherson, Robert Hadley, Gerald [
Nowlin, Allen Smith, Lynn Pickier
and Harold Haflich.
• • •
Guests of Beta Theta Pi for this
week end are Douglas Farrell, Eddie
Edlund, Melvin Stein, Donald Wood,
worth, Tim Colvin, Allan Smith, Harry
Cofoid, John Piper, Ronald Honey
man, Lloyd Austin, Floyd Wright,
Robert Adams, Walter Holman, Guen
ter Vicel, Power McDonald and Rob
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THREE WOMEN HOLD
HONORS IN ENGLISH
The places of honor In the English
department are held up to the present
time by three women, Lucile Morrow,
Grace Knopp and Dorothy Duniway,
according to Professor Herbert C.
To be an honor student, a standard!
must be maintained of three hours |
above S for every hour below S. The
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Mrs R. H. Wheeler has to her credit
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not been in residence for the required
i With 79 hours S and 79 hours above
i S, Miss Morrow has perhaps the best
status among the honor students, al
though the others were approximately
Special mention will be given to
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