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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1923)
WINIFRED GRAHAM MADE
SECRETARY OF JUNIORS
Plans Made for Underclass
Mix and Cord Caper
Winifed Graham was appointed to act
as class secretary during the absence of ,
Margaret Powers, at a meeting of the.
junior class yesterday.
Plans for the annual underclass mix, j
in charge of the juniors, were discussed
by Jack High, chairman. As usual, the
mix is to be conducted absolutely on the
square, with senior cops in attendance.
Posters and programs will be out the
latter part of the week.
The mix program is to include some
new features this year. There will be
a pushball contest, with a pushball im
ported from Multnomah club for the
event. The feature Will be a tieup con
test and the tug-o-war, bag rush, and
flag rush will all be as usual.
* Stu Sawtell, chairman of the com
mittee in charge of the first junior class
social event of the year, urged every
member, highbrow or otherwise, to de
scend to the “bourgoise” for one even
ing and make the “Cord Christening
Caper” a huge success. The “caper”
will be held on Saturday, October 20. No
dates will be made, for, according to
Sawtell, a plan has been devised where
by all junior class ladies will be safely
conducted to the scene of the party.
Good food and plenty of it, and ex
cellent music is promised. But if ev
eryone comee in “Sunday best” their
good time will be taboo.
The financial standing of the class
was told by Trank Wright, treasury.
Plans are already being formulated to
make Junior Week-end, for which the
class is entirely responsible, a success in
Don Woodward, president, announced
that all students who are juniors in the
University, whether they fulfilled all
requirements or not, were allowed to be j
class members. This is the last year ,
that full junior standing will not be re
quired for membership in the class.
However, senior class privileges will not
be extended next year unless the require
ments are made up during the present
year. All juniors who were mistaken
about class membership and registered
in the sophontore class will be allowed to
change their cards at the registrar s of
FEES ARE DUE NEXT WEEK
Office Will be Open Every Day from
Monday Till Saturday
All university fees are to be payable
from the 15th to and including the 20th
of this month, according to a notice
from the business office. This in
cludes registration and non-resident
fees as well as all laboratory feee.
A warning is issued to students tnat
the office will keep open during the
usual hours, 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. During
registration the windows were open un
til later but no special hours can be
made for fee paying.
After the 20th, students will be liable
to a three dollar penalty for non-pay
ment of fees. Late registration fees
are being paid when the card is filed.
SCRIBES TO HAVE MIX
ON SATURDAY NIGHT
(Continued from page one)
“Come, and you will enjoy your
TO YOUR FAVORITE THEATER
elf ” savs John Piper, who heads the] there will be a special newspaper
tgma Delta Chi committee. “Stay printed on the scene of_ the brawl.
way, and you will suffer the total
dss of not having made any friend
hips or struck up any acquaintances,
’here will be food at this bust, and
published by the aew Sigma Delta
Chi pledges. The success of the party
depends upon the support and tho at
tendance of all.”
in the Rose Room
Bill McBride at the Piano
Saturday, October 13
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