Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 27, 1933, Page 3, Image 3

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Women’s and Society Page of the Oregon Emerald
JESSIE STEELE, Editor ESTHER HAYDEN, Society Editor
Hawaii Will Furnish
Motif for Frosh Glee
The third big all-campus dance of the year will be held this Sat
urday at McArthur court when the freshman class presents the annual
Frosh Glee.
The motif is a Hawaiian one, and the edge of the large floor will
be lined with palms and Hawaiian scenes. A large lagoon with canoes
will be constructed at one end of the floor. The features for the
evening will be strictly in keeping with the Hawaiian idea.
Those who have been asked to*
serve as patrons and patronesses
for the dance are:
Chancellor and Mrs. W. J. Kerr,
Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Schwer
ing, Mayor Elisha Large, Dean
and Mrs. Karl W. Onthank, Dr.
and Mrs. Earl Pallett, Dean and
Mrs. Virgil Earl, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Shumaker, Mrs. Alice B.
Macduff, Mr. and Mrs. Donald M.
Erb, Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Jones,
Dr. Edward H. Lesch, Mr. and
Mrs. Prince G. Callison, Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Rosson, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Hall, Dean and Mrs.
James H. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs.
John M. P.ae, Mr. and Mrs. Rid
dlesbarger, Dr. and Mrs. C. V.
Eoyer.
Dean and Mrs. Wayne Morse,
Governor and Mrs. Julius L. Meier,
Dr. and Mrs. Burt Brown Barker,
Right Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Sum
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gooding,
Mrs. Murray Warner, and Mrs.
Genevieve Turnipseed.
Theta
Informal
On Friday night members of
Kappa Alpha Theta will hold their
spring informal dance at the
chapter house. Vari-colored bal
loons and graceful spring flowers
will serve as a decorative motif.
Patrons and patronesses will be
Mrs. Grace Russell, Mrs. Elizabeth
Talbert, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ros
son, Mr. and Mrs. George Hop
kins. Miss Evelyn Beebe is in
charge of the dance.
Alpha O’s
Plan Dance
Long entanglements of crepe
paper sea-weed, fantastic fish, and
many marine mysteries will form
the motif of the Alpha Omicron
Pi “Under-Seas” spring informal
dance to be held at the chapter
house Friday evening. Patrons and
patronesses will be Dean and Mrs.
Wayne Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Rinehart, Mr. and Mrs. E. Sieg
rr.und, and Mrs. Lucy Abrams.
Miss Peggy McKie is in charge
of the dance.
Pi Phi
To Entertain
Oregon Alpha chapter of Pi
Beta Phi will be host to Oregon
Beta members of Pi Beta Phi from
Oregon State college at a formal
founders’ day banquet tomorrow
night. Miss Marytine New will
be in charge of the celebration,
which will be held at the chapter
house. *
Kappa Delta
Will Frolic
Members of Kappa Delta will
entertain guests with an informal
“K. D. Reel” on Friday night,
when “depression amusements”
will be the order of the evening.
Mrs. Alberta Powell and Mrs.
Alice B. Macduff are chaperoning
the affair, and Miss Marie Sac
cammano is in charge of arrange
ments.
CINEMA
By BOB GUILD
Words fail mo. I mean that.
I'm afraid to say a durn thing.
Today’s cinema effort at the Mc
Donald, home of bigger and bet
ter shows, is Lionel Barrymore,
in a drama called “Sweepings.”
That’s safe. I mean to say, every
one says nice things about Lionel.
He’s the 1 eir apparent to the
throne of America's royal family.
His work is uniformly good. We
go to see him even though we’re
certain the show won’t be good,
because we know Lionel will be.
Many prefer him to John—I’ve
had arguments about that, but I'd
hate to use this column to do it.
Most notable item in the Me- !
Donald ad for tomorrow: William |
Gargan is mentioned as a cast j
member. Remember his excellent i
work in “Animal Kingdom”? Gar-:
gan is a punch drunk we’d go to I
see even without the Barrymore |
boost. I hate to say this, but 11
don’t like Gloria Stuart, and she’s
in it too.
“Flesh” at the Colonial. This
is not a sex picture, and children’s
tickets will be sold . The more the
merrier. Wallace Beery is the
especial interest, and his title is
fitting.
This is a good show. Wallace
plays the homely German wres
tler who is as good at hoisting
beer barrels as he is at hoisting
heavyweights. He is not so hot
at hoisting blondes. Karen Morley
spells his undoing, with the aid
of Ricardo Cortez, never more
slinking.
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Panhellenic
Projects
By BETTY OHLEMILLER
By BETTY OHLEMILLER
Gamma Phi Beta
Two camps for needy children,
located in Denver, Colorado, and
Vancouver, British Columbia,
maintained by Gamma Phi Beta,
provide these youngsters with the
necessities of life. The camp coun
sellors are Gamma Phi Beta mem
bers who also teach the children i
games, dancing, songs, and various
types of handwork.
At national convention, 1915, a
Social Service fellowship consist
ing of a five hundred dollar award
to be given to some young femi
nine college graduate, planning to
devote herself to social service,
was voted. However, it is neces
sary that this fortunate young
woman have completed one year of
graduate work.
The active chapters and alum
nae chapters cooperate with the
national in child welfare work, set
tlement work, and charity work.
The endowment fund of Gamma
Phi Beta, inaugurated and spon
sored by Blanche Shore Palmer
in 1915 as an alumnae respon
sibility is the source of loans
for building and installing of vari
ous things needed. Individual chap
ters proffer various awards to
members with high scholastic aver
ages.
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Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Alpha Theta's scholar
ship fund, now known as the Loan
and Fellowship fund, is divided in
two parts; the loan itself to help
the undergraduates and the inter
est on the loan is used for gradu
ate fellowships.
Their Friendship fund provides
financial aid to the members, while
the Memorial fund is being held in
reserve until a sum large enough
to erect a memorial at the frater
nity’s founding-place.
Dammasch-Carmen
Wedding Scheduled
First in the long list of forth
coming marriages is that of Miss
Josephine Dammash to Max Car
men, which will take place this
Saturday in Portland. Both were
graduated from the University in
1931, she being a member of Alpha
Gamma Delta and he of Phi Sigma
Kappa.
Another wedding to take place
within a few days will be that of
Miss Jean Hanson to Henry Strat
ton, which will occur in San Fran
cisco. Both were graduated from
the University, where Miss Hanson
was affiliated with Pi Beta Phi.
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For Brazil, the land of nuts and coffee, where these two charming moving picture actresses
make the natives crowd the theatres. They arc blonde Don Silva anil brunette Carmen Santa,
who arc helping Brazil's infant cinema industry get on its feet.
Unemployment Survey Gives
Timely Information on Jobs
(Information ih the following
series of three articles comes from
a survey made by the American
Woman’s association among a rep
resentative group of business and
professional women of New York
City. The report of the survey in
book form is available in the lib
rary. )
By J. L. S.
Unemployment, besides being a
favorite topic of conversation, has
become a very real problem which
faces every student upon gradua
tion from college.
Every senior woman on the
campus right now is asking her
self, “What are my chances, if
any* of getting a job? How much
money can I expect to earn? Will
my degree be of any practical
value ?”
There is more unemployment
among women under 35 years of
age than among more mature
workers. The percentage of un
employment among those who
have gone beyond a high school
education is lower than among the
high school trained, although the
possession of an A.B. degree in it
self does not render immunity
from unemployment. Women with !
college degrees only are out of
work more than women wtih less
than high school training but prac
tical experience.
Earnings for women run surpris
ingly high according to this sur
vey, with 10 per cent of the A. W.
A. group reporting over $5,000 a
year and 10 per cent of the inde
pendent women over $10,000. The
typical earning of the total group
is $3,030.
Salaries run highest in profes
sions where few women are en
tered and lowest in the groups in
"Sheer” Joys
are the New
"Lacey Sheer”
Frocks
Dainty Pastel Shades
Make These Frocks Cool,
Crisp, Dainty—
Ideal for the
Informal Dance
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INCORPORATED
FROCKS
which a large proportion of women
are employed such as social work,
library, design, painting and simi
lar occupations.
The study group for this survey
had approximately 6.5 years of
groom with Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
formal education beyond primary
school. Four-fifths of the women
graduated from high school anil
over a quarter graduated from
college, while more than a tenth
of the number have M.A., Ph.D., j
LL.D., and other graduate degrees. I
Do careers depend upon degrees
and does going to college pay will
be taken up in the next article.
Seabeck Meet
•Is Scheduled
For Mid-June
Proceeds of Waffle Luncheon
Will Be Used at Y.W.C.A. i
Conference.
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"A World Company Chooses a \
High Pursuit” will be the theme I
for the Seabeck Y. W. C. A. con
ference, scheduled this year for
June 17 to 27. A large delegation!
of University of Oregon women
attends this yearly convention at
the camp on Hood's canal, near
Bremerton.
Proceeds from the Waffle Lunch
eon, which is to be held Satur
day, will be used for Seabeck pur
poses.
A reduction in expenses has al
lowed the cost of the ten days'
outing at Senbeck to be cut to
$18.50. This includes the $8 reg
istration fee. entertainment ex
penses, board, and lodging.
Addresses, discussions, and in
formal meetings will provide the
means of investigating the part
religion might play in solving the
present world dilemma. Practical
helps in running a local Y. W.
C. A., consideration of important
world problems, and recreations in
the forms of swimming, tennis,
golf, and organised sports will
make up the rest of the program
for the ten days.
Dr. R. Carrot hers, professor of
economics at the University of
British Columbia, will be one of
the principal speakers at the
camp. John L. Casteel, director
of debate at the University of
Oregon, will be a discussion leader.
Godfrey Moves Office
George Godfrey, associate In in
formational service, has moved his
office from Friendly to Johnson
hall. The office of Charles W.
Byrnes, head of informational ser
vice, has been remodeled and Mr.
Godfrey may now be reached there.
Phi Theta Upsilon
By
ANN-REED BURNS
One night at the first of this
term. 15 girls were presented with
corsages of sweet peas and daffo
dils and black-and-white ribbons. (
as tokens of their election to Phi I
Theta Upsilon, national upper-class
service honorary.
Phi Theta Upsilon elects each
spring term 13 sophomores, 2
juniors, and, if the presidents of
the Y. W. C. A. and the A. W S.
are not already members, takes
them as honorary members. Girls
are chosen for Phi Theta on the
basis of democracy how well they
get along with others, friendliness,
leadership, and cooperation. A “C"
average is required.
A new method of choosing mem
bers was ihstalled this year, in
which girls are pledged and initi
ated within the first two weeks of
the term. On the day of pledging,
Phi Theta members hold a tea for
sophomores and juniors, after
which they vote for the girls to be
selected. That evening all Phi
Thetas go in a body to the home
of every girl chosen, presenting
her with a pledge ribbon and cor
sage.
The main purpose of Phi Theta
Upsilon is to promote social con
tacts between upperclass women,
performing the same service for
them that frosh councillors do for
freshmen. This they do especially
through the Philomelete hobby
groups.
Each of these groups, which
sponsors some hobby such as
drama, prose and poetry, travel,
charm, etc., is headed by two mem
bers of Phi Theta. The groups are
open to everyone on the campus,
teas being given during the year to
acquaint women with the groups.
Each spring term all groups of
Philomelete manage an all-campus
dance, to be held this year on May
5.
During freshman week in the
fall, Phi Theta gives teas and par
Tailored Jackets,
Suitable for Any
Costume, Intrigue
Seen at Barnhardt’s—in their af
ter 6 p. m. unpacking and model
ling. a blue and white sport silk
in small checks, with Roman
stripes. It has a decided Gibson
effect and adds one more outfit
to the back-to-90's trend. A
straight sport jacket with tucked
sleeves completes the outfit.
This particular dress is one of
many new silk prints priced from
$2.95 to $10.75. With the same
shipment came a supply of Lacv
Sheers in pastel colors, washable
and appropriate for afternoon wear
on the campus.
Barnhardt’s is also showing a
new swagger jacket of white in
Botany flannel. It is a three
quarter coat and can be worn over
both sport and dress clothes be
cause of the fineness of the flan
nel. A crew neck with a scarf and
a tailored cut makes it unusually
smart.
Mesh lace shorts for light sum
mer dresses are now on sale for
50, 75 and 95 cents. A very at
tractive supply of sleeping pa
jamas in silk and satin is also
on sale for $1.95 and $2.95.
ties for any women who wish to
come.
Officers during the past year
were Edith Peterson, president;
Kathleen McNutt, vice-president;
Kay Briggs, secretary; Gwen Els
more, treasurer; Genevieve Dunlop,
historian.
Classified Ads
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THIS WEEK IN THE
MAGIC theatre:
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| HERE HOW A MAGICIAN
MAKES A BIG BALL ROLL
i\. UPHILL. J
THAT'S NOTHING. LAST ^
NIGHT I SAW A MAGICIAN
CATCH SIX HOOPS ON ONE
ARM- WITH HIS THUMBS
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NOW HIS THUMBS ARE ;; THE -HOOPS
TltD UP GOOD AND TIGHT _Apf r» 1/
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HOW COULD HE
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1 \ KNOW HOW,
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THUMBS AND COED I.
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UNTEER ASSISTANT TO TIE THE
KNOT ON TOP OF THUMBS
0 SUP THUMB OUT
TO CATCH HOOPS
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URGE VOLUNTEER TO PULL HARD AND TIE A GOOD HARO KNOT.
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THEY ARE THE ONEY
KIND I EVER. TRIED.
WHAT DO YOU
RECOMMEND ?
HAVE A CAMEL.CAMELS
ARE MADE FROM MORE
EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS —
AND THEY ARE MILD WITH
OUT BEING INSIPID.
THIS IS THE
BEST TASTING
CIGARETTE I
EVER SMOKED.
X /
IT'S THE TOBACCO
THAT COUNTS,FRAN.
'——rr^
you're an old
SMOOTHIE WHEN
IT COMES TO
TRICKS, STAN.HAVE
A CIGARETTE?
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I won't smoke one
• OF THOSE,EVEN FOR
YOU.FRAN. THEY
ARE TASTELESS.
I Camels are made from
finer, MORE EXPENSIVE
tobaccos than any other
popular brand. Hence
they are mild, easy on
the throat... yet full of
flavor and enjoyment.