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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1931)
First Group Averages
Kappa Delta Places Next;
Friendly Hall Third
To Lead Men
With an average of 54.070 points
Sigma Kappa, national sorority,
headed the house grade list, just,
released by the registrar’s office.
Kappa Delta, with 53.211, was
second among women’s organiza
tions and also second on the
Friendly hall, with an average of
52.847, was close behind the two
leaders to take first place among
men’s organizations and third
place among all groups. Omega
hall, second among the men’s or
ganizations, with 49.000, stood in
twelfth place among the 50 or
The complete ratings are as fol
1. Sigma Kappa . 54.070
2. Kappa Delta . 53.211
3. Friendly Hall . 52.847
4. Theta Omega . 52.617
5. Alpha Xi Delta . 51.931
6. Hendricks Hall.51.905
7. Alpha Chi Omega . 51.597
8. Susan Campbell Hall 50.937
9. Alpha Phi . 50.469
10. Beta Phi Alpha . 50.404
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All Women 49.115
11. Kappa Alpha Theta 49.010
12. Omega Hall 49.000
All Sorority. 48.729
13. Gamma Phi Beta ... 48 710
14. Alpha Ornirron Pi . 48.657
15. Pi Beta Phi . 48.495
16. Alpha Hall . 48.475
17. Alpha Upsilon . 48.386
18. Delta Zeta . 48.155
19. Zeta Tau Alpha . 47.940
20. Sigma Hall . 47.821
21. Pi Kappa Alpha. 47.730
22. Sigma Pi Tan . 47.111
23. Chi Omega . 47.051
24. Phi Mu 46.687
25. Kappa Kappa Gamma . 46.641
2G. Delta Delta Delta 46.097
All University 45.968
27. Alpha Delta Pi. 45.883
28. Delta Gamma 45.717
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29. Alpha Gamma Delta .... 45.653
30. Sigma Phi Epsilon . 45.472
31. Chi Psi . 45.300
32. Sigma Alpha Mu . 44.928
33. Phi Kappa Psi . 44.567
34. Sherry Koss Hall . 44.484
35. La Casa Filipina . 44.000
36. Phi Sigma Kappa . 43.924
All Men . 43.238
37. Zeta Hall . 42.607
38. Gamma Hall . 42.343
39. Theta Chi . 42.318
40. Kappa Sigma . 41.754
All Fraternity . 41.235
41. Baehelortlon . 40.791
42. Alpha Tau Omega . 40.648
43. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 40.526
44. Phi Gamma Delta . 39.250
45. Phi Delta Theta. 38.920
46. International House .... 38.750
47. Delta Tau Delta . 38.000
48. Sigma Chi . 36.254
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49. Sigma Nu . 35.657
50. Beta Theta Pi . 34.431
Graduate,students, law students,
and fifth year architecture stu
dents have not been included.
No account is taken of hours not
passed, whether W’s, Inc’s, Cond's,
or F’s. To compute the rating, the
grading system is reversed so that
an hour of I counts 5 points (an
hour of I, II, III, or Inc. with hon
ors also scores 5 points); an hour
of II counts 4 points; and hour of
III, 3 points; an hour of IV, 2
points; and an hour of V, 1 point.
The scale used for zoning the
groups is that recommended by the
American Association of Collegiate
Registrars. The interval is arrived
at by subtracting the University
rating from the highest rating pos
sible with a normal load of 16
hours, and dividing the difference
by ten. For this term the interval
was 3.403 points. This scale is ap-.
plied both above and below the
Fox McDonald — “The Squaw
Man,” With Warner Baxter
and Lupe Velez.
Heilig—“Side Show,” with Win
nie Lightner and Charles
Colonial—"The Royal Family of
Broadway,” with Ina Claire
and Frederic March.
State —“Charley Chan Carries
On,” with Warner Oland.
By IiOY SHEEDY
The famous old stage play, “The
Squaw Man,” has been made into
movie fare by Cecil B. DeMille,
but the old drama has tod many
improbabilities to make especially
good material. Warner Baxter
plays the young Englishman who
becomes an Arizona rancher be-1
cause of an unhappy love affair ini
his native land. Baxter carries the
difficult part very well.
The story is one of inter-racial
marriage, Lupe Velez playing an
Indian girl who falls madly in love;
with the man from Oxford. Lupe’s
usual effervescence is completely |
lost under her somber role, al
though she tries hard. The entire
cast is excellent, especially Elea
nor Boardman, as the woman Bax
ter leaves, Roland Young and
A stranger contrast than the
genteel society life of England and
the cattle rancher's existence in
Arizona could hardly be found.
The desert scenery is very beauti
* * *
“Side Show” at the Heilig
A story of the circus, with all
the comedy and tragedy that fol
low the big show, is being fea
tured at the Heilig for today and
tomorrow. “Wild” Winnie Light
ner plays in her usual fine com
edy form, but her role has its se
rious moments too. Charles But
terworth, who has been making j
such a hit in the films lately, also |
plays a comedy part.
Ina Claire at Colonial ‘
“The Royal Family of Broad
way,” a travesty on the lives of
the famous Barrymores, is con
cluding its showing at the Colo
nial tonight. Ina Claire and Fred
ric March play the principal roles I
in the film.
* * *
Charley Chan at State
Another of Warner Oland’s
great characterizations as the I
crafty Chinese detective, Charley [
Chan, is being shown at the State i
for today only in “Charley Chan
AT PORTLAND COLLEGE
Two former part time members
of the history department staff are
now on the faculty of the new
junior college in Portland. They
are Miss Julia Gross, former part
time assistant to Dr. Andrew Fish,
and Carl Landholm, former part
time instructor in history.
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