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University of Oregon, Eugene
ABDEN X. PANGBORN, Editor LAURENCE B. THIELEN, Manager
W. E. Hempstead Jr.Assoc.
Harry Tonkon.—Chief Night
Leonard Hagstrom_Assoc. Editor
Wilfred Brown.Assoc. Editor
Arthur Schocni.Managing Editor
UPPER NEWS STAFF
Carl Gregory .Asst. Managing Editor
Donald .fKinston __Feature Editor
Berenu AJ.idaen..Literary Editor
Joe rigney_sport* aaiior
Lavina Hicks j,_—....Society Editor
Leonard Delano .—— P. L P. Editor
News and Editor Phono 665
DAY EDITORS: Vinton HaU, Lawrence Mitchelmore, Serena Madsen. Carl Gregory.
Mary Frances DiJday; Mary Klemm and Harry Tonkon, assistants.
NIGHT EDITORS: Fred Bcchill, Thornton Shaw, Charles Harr, Merlin Blais, Max
ASST. NIGHT EDITORS: Evelyn Hartman, Beatrice Benr.ett, Jo Barry, Gracemary
Rickman, Dulcie Lytsell, Jessie Foley, Gladys Mack, Martiel Duke, Dorothy Page,
Fern Baker, Ellen Sal way, Alyce Cook.
GENERAL ASSIGNMENT REPORTERS: Wilfred Brown, Carol Hurlburt, Bess
Duke, Elise Schroeder.
SPORTS STAFF: Delbert Addison, Alex Tamkin, Joe Brown, Fred Schults, Harry
Van Dine, Warren Tinker, Harold Fraundorf, Jim Yergrn.
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Margaret Reid, Alice Gorman, 'I'. Neil Taylor, Willis Duniway, Dorothy Thomas.
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Holland, Merlin Blais, Mack Hall, Helen Cherry, Barney Miller, Bob Guild, Mary
Ellen Mason, Ignore Ely, Ruth Campbell, Alyce Cook, Bernice Hamilton, Dorotny
Kirk, Elizabeth Pain ton, Jean Carman, Kathcryn Feldman.
William D. Hammond....Associate Manager
George Weber Jr.Foreign Adv, Manager
Dorothy Ann Warnick.—Asat. Foreign Mgr.
Phil Hammond.....Service Dept
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Harold K ester--Asst. Adv. Manager
Ted He'vitt- Circulation Manager
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The Oregon Daily Emerald, official publication of the Associated Students of the
University of Oregon, Eugene, issued daily except Sunday and Monday, during the
college year. Member of the Pacific Inter-collegiate Press. Entered in the post office
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Day Editor This Issue— Lawrence Mit&helraore
Night Editor Thin Issue Thornton Shaw
Aest. Night Editors This Issue— Alyce Cook
For University Y
^^l'1 more than passing inter
est is tlu* story appearing
in this morning’s issue of the
Emerald 1o the effect that the
so-called University V. M. C. A.
has severed connection with the
United Christian workers, and
will henceforth bo officially a
part of the national organiza
tion of tlie V. M. (A.
The name “Y. M. ('. A.,”
which has always been applied
to the Oregon group, is some
what erroneous, as it was in no
way affiliated with the nation
al organization of the V. M.
0. A. The “University V, M.
0. A." was sponsored here by
the United Christian workers,
which originally included five
of the major 'protestant
churches. .During the past few
years three of these churches
have withdrawn their finan
cial support from the organiza
tion and started student groups
of their own, retaining a cer
tain amount of control through
the board of directors of the
“Y.” The result lias been a
lack of unity in the religious
work of the campus, as well ;is
an unwicldly administration
at the head of the “Y,” and
meager financial support for
The affairs of the Y. M. C. A.
under its new management will
he administered by a board of
directors elected at large by
the members of the group, and
this board will work under the
national directors. The l'in,t.c,d
Christian workers, which now
includes all the K u g e n e
churches, Catholic and protes
t-ant, will work on the campus
in cooperation with the Y. M.
C. A. hut will have no direct
control over it.
A Satiio : By Wilfrod Brown
(Of flic civil dissension which
arises among the inhabitants of
the Happy Land of Collegia.
How Student meets with cer
tain pilgrims harboring politi
cal aspirations. Of tho prom
isos which they make unto him,
and of their utter perfidy.)
Anon as Student journeyed along
tin- pathways that Jed through the
Happy Land of Collegia in the di
reel ion of the Golden City of I'Mu
cation, he met with one Politiyio,
a curious type of pilgrim u ho per
pelunlly hauuteth the byways of
the land, waylaying travelers and
by his smooth powers of speech eu
deavoring to bring them to serve his
Student, knowing naught of the
character of his comrade of the
road, traveled fearlessly with him.
Presently I'oliticio spake, saying:
I'(>1,1'J'I<'It): I prithee, friend
student, whom art then supporting?
t>’l' l ’ 0K\ T: Supporting.' I make
thee not, friend. What meanest
I lion !
I'Ol.lTlt MO: Granuuercy, fellow
pilgrim. Dost thou not keep tin
self abreast of the times.' K nowest
thou not that the office of I’rcsi
dent of the council of the laud of
Collegia shall shortly be vacated by
the present incumbent, and that it
behooves us to choose for us a suc
cessor to him.' Knowest thou not.’
STt'HEM'; Nay, friend, I knew
it not. Who, believes! tlum, is the
most worthy of our fellowship for
I’OL IT It’10: 'Shield, the answer
i' simple. There can In but one
choice for a pilgrim of normal in
tolled, and that is Halfback. Know '
i st t lion him
STCDKNT: Yea, I have met with I
him in my travels. Hut why, think
est thou, is Halfback deserving of
the presidency of the council of the
11 a pp v I .a lol of ('ollegitt '
I *(> I, IT ICIO: Why,' Why think,
thee of all the things which he hath ]
done for the inhabitants of this land. I
Is he not able to kick the football
with great force.' Hid he not. sole
tv by his own ability, win for the
1 and of Collegia the jousting match
w ith the Athletes trom i he neigh
boring Valley of Agrieula .’ Hath
he not aided ill the erection of our
great bonfiio of victory, which is
consti Ucled once each yeai " Hath
to- not at all times verged dose up
on fhe honor roll for high scholastic
achievements among the pilgrims
of the laud-' Hath he not assisted
;u the promotion of our jttj! ■ itu
festival, in which nil of the guilds
inf the land take part.’ How must
thou say “why is he deserving’’ in
t he face of all t his .’
NTIT.DIONT: Hut just why, I
,'uilhee, doth this fit him for the
•It ice of the presidency of the
council of our land.’ How can the
tad that he oucc aideil in the erec
tion of our lion fires of victory make
i him aide to direct the destinies of
tin Happy Land of Collegia?
I’OLI TICK): What? Wouhlst
thou ipies.t ion a tradition that hath
been handed down from general ion
to generation, since the days when
the first pilgrims entered into this
land over the mountain pass.’ Al
ways the president of the council
of the laud must lie chosen from
those who aid in the erection of
the bonfire of victory. Always he
must tie chosen from the list of
those w ho have at least one time
verged close upon the roll of honor
for high scholastic achievent among
the pilgrims of the laud. It is Ira
dlliouul and necessary.
sTl'DKVl': I shall give the mat
ter my consideration, and shall give
in.v vote onto Halfhack if I deem
him the most suitable person for
I’OI.ITICLO: I thank thee, fellow
pilgrim. I am sure that thou can
do naught else in view of the things
which Halfback hath done for the
Laud of Collegia. And ISI intent, at
the great festival which shall be
held more than a year hence there j
will he need of one to see that the
meadow is properly cleared of de
bris following the feeding of the
multitudes there. I am fully con
vinced that thou art a most capa
ble person and one of the most out
standing of the latest generation
of pilgrims to enter into the Happy
Land of Collegia, and that thou art
the man for the position. I shall
accordingly put in good word with I
Halfback concerning thee.
s ITbkXT: I thank thee most
(To be continued!
New Tabard Inn Magazine
Plans Fully Complete
(CouU»netl from One) '
Campbell, list her Goldberg; /eta
fan Alpha. Uorotheu (loedtcllo; •
Alpha lleta Chi, Kill t rnikshank: ,
Alpha Tail Omega, Bub Leo.lv; Al
pha Lpsilon. Wilbur Nolim; Iteta
I’heta Pi. Allen Poacher: ltaehelor
don, Dav Foster; Chi I’si, dim !>e
zemlorf; Delta fan Della, Kd 1 ii>■
' v' 11; Delta Lpsilon, Ale\ Tamkin;
I'i iendl.v Hall, Clavence Craw; Kap
pa Sigma, dark Stipe; Omega Hall,
Howard I’eterson; I’lii Gamma Del
tn. A'iia Tluoups, l, 1’hi 1>. Pa 1
Theta, Tod Hewitt; Phi Kappa Psi, I
Hill Johnson; Phi .Sigma Kappa, j
Max Carman; Psi Kappa, Wayne
Veatcb; Sherry Ross IJ all, Merlin I
Maygar; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Ted j
Parks; Sigma Chi, Hal Anderson; '
Sigma Xu, Louis Harthrong; Sigma '
Phi Epsilon, Tod Tetz; Sigma Pi !
Tau, Chal Nooc; Theta Chi, Mike j
Criffin; Zeta Hall, Harry Tonkon. j
NOT TO BE OUTDONE, DUCK
SOUP IS OFFERING A FREE
RIDE IN A HOBI AIRPLANE FOR
THE BEST ORIGINAL CONTRI
Thu contest. starts right away so
got busy. You don t have to smoko
cigarettes bliml-foliloil or anything.
You (JoV’t oven have to send for a
sample or contest blanks,
i * * *
HERE ARE THE RULES
I. No contributions must concern
Ux. Ernst or Prof. Loach.
•*. No liquor jokes will be ac
cepted unless ruccompanjed bv a
.'1. Submit all contributions to
' Duck Soup box in main hall of old
4. .Judges will be persons from
off the campus. President Hall and
PLAN HILBERT IN Y ESTE U
! PAY’S EMERALD. PAYOUEP
GREEN LIPS FOR FROSJL
So did the Portland Oregonian
the other day. To bp exact, it said:
“The physician who cautioned I'ni
versity yf Qregoii students that
freshman caps endangered their
wearers because id' exposure must
have overlooked the fact that in
, view of tin1 recent hatf.ess fad a
cap of any kind is unusual protec
Tii k um:ason wic kavuu
(iU.li.KN U1KS IS THAT TIIH CO
01* S[.;u„s Til KM AND WE OWN
I'AUT OK I’ll li COOP AND
THE,UK IS OOOD PliOKJT IN
(i K EEN KIDS.
And then there arc those who
want, to tlo away with the library
steps. Tius column, however, has
repeatedly taken the stand that tho
library steps are necessary. How
inell is a guy going to get into the
library without ’em?
NOT THAT KTl’DENTS K\' KIt
CSE TDK K1HI1AUV, DPT IT 18
NICli TO TAKE \ ISITOKS
THKOl'Oll OCCASION AKKV.
Almvo we Imvo .1. I'nntor Cold- '
.-law, (inuniiH'ut Oivjjou fro.sh \vlui
i-; U'Mit *ij» Hu1 aj,'ii.nsl 1
j»rw,n lijs aiul tyluar\ stcIlo is i
a luomlinr of Dntyimn I'hi No fra
tcniitv an 1 is one of Urn iontom,U".s
in Urn |>iu>; [miiy tounuuuont wliieh
is lioiny; s|<ouson‘kl t'y yij«iua (.'hi ami
I *li i Hot a Iv4>i>a, national Uouor
yr.v si holai'sli'l[i f rahTuitios.
FHOSH: Lcml me $5.
FROSH: I’m i at ki.ldiug.
SENIOR: Neither am I.
rill' iK;iiiU|i enliliuittee i.t <1 Hit Mi
Weekend will have .1 >iy; job on
tlioir hands, as the Theta Chi's:
l^uven't been aide to !:iUi' a bath
for their eanoe float in the bath
ENTER THE IIOBI DUCK SOUr
THE CO OH
Asklepiads will hold an impjor?ant
business meeting tonight in Hea
dy Hall, ronhi ll>7 at 8:4.3 p. m.
Interfratemity council meeting to
day at 4 o’clock, 111 Johnson
Temenids meeting, Wednesday even
ing, 3:00, Craftsman club. Im
portant. All committee heads be
Alpha, Delta Sigma—regular meet
ing Thursday noon at the College
Side Inn. Everybody be there.
Pi Sigma social meeting tonight at
7:43, 107 Oregon. Dr. A. R. Moore
Masses on Ascension Thursday
May 9, holyday of obligation, for
Newman club students at St.
Mary’s Catholic church will be
held at 0:30 and 9 a. m. Bene
dietion of the Most Blessed >Sac
ramunt 'will be held f'Wlowing
the 9:00 a. m. Mass.
Junior women must sign up at the
bungalow this week for their
guests to the junior-senior break
Friday and Saturday, May 10 and
11, are campus holidays accord
ing to the faculty bulletin. The
monthly faculty meeting ,will be
hebl today at 110 Johnson.
Board of Regents will meet at 9
o’clock tomorrow for its regular
spring meeting. • The subject of
applications for next year will lie
Susan Campbell hall will be at
Friendly hall for the DiiuV Crawl.
Kappa Beta club meeting at 7:30
in the women’s lounge of the Wo
The Glass . . .
Edited by : : Serena Madsen
White ripples gleam on the black
Against the white, white sand.
Two white figures sit close
On a black rock
And watch the black trees make
Against the white, white moon.
— Harriet Alice McLeod.
Advertising Staff of Portland
Store to Be Taken Over
(.Continued from Cage One)
with Vernon McGee and other art
students as assistants.
•The business administration sta
dents who will work in the store !
during the day haye not begn def
initely placed. The following are [
going to Portland according to J. ;
T. Brown, assistant professor °ln
business administration: Roma Whis- :
nant, £Jlau<] Addison, Verne E. King,!
John, L.° Gilbert, Thonlas .Wallis, El
mer Adams, Frank Hallim,” Laur
ence di Rycke, Carl Rogers, Car
lotta Nelson, Ralph Geyser, Alice
Edwards, Asbury Coe, Clifford
Htalsberg. Two students, Hugh
Stout and Nancy Mae Anderson,
from 1 he Portland extension divis
ion will hold positions also.
The business administration stu
dents will work in the merchandis
ing d(Apartment, tlie control office,
the accounting division, the t-redit
division, the research division, and
JPiano Program Tuesday
The students of the piano depart
moot of the music department will
give an informal program at the
Music auditorium Tuesday night at
8. The program has not yet been
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IT5 REALLV A SHAME
? /'f TO INTERRUPT THE PRO
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JV diurnal lepidoptera
AND TURN THE BULL
ON HIM BUT YOU /
HAVE TO BLAME THE /
ARTIST FOR THAT. /
Obviously, few of us have the
chance — or temerity — to make
matadors out of ourselves. But
even in the normal course of hu
man events, there’s nothing so
welcome as a refreshing pause.
Happily there’s a soda fountain
or refreshment stand—with plenty
of ice-cold Coca-Cola ready —
around the corner from anywhere.
With its delicious taste and cool
af ter-sense of ref res lament, it makes
a little minute long enough for a
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Smoke them as often as you like, Camels never
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You can bank on tbe
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