1938 Year Book to Be in ‘Swing Time9 Style With Natural Pictures 'Campus in Color’ to Be Presented in Oregana For 1938, Says Harbert The campus in color will be presented to University of Oregon stu dents by the 1938 Oregana promises Wayne Harbert, the year-book’s new editor, who plans to utilize natural-color photography. “Photos of students and the campus all in their natural color will be used,” Harbert said. "The book will have a greater pictorial display than any annual of the past with 20 per cent being given to full-page photos. Picture taking started las spring term, and has been continu ing all summer,” he continued. Fort to Sketch Sketches of every phase of cam pus life will be made for the boo] by Sam Fort, 1937 junior weekem chairman. Fort plans to sketch th year’s activities, personalities am oddities as they come. In order to give the students o Oregon something entirely differ ent in photographic layout in th< Oregana for 1938, Editor Harber has conceived an designed an “Ore gana in swing time,” an artistii plan of the book so entirely new informal and rhythmic with a veri table "swing" from page to pag< that professional men who hav< viewed the dummy of the bool have given it the highest of praise in addition to “swinging” the book's design, Harbert plans new feature sections, a greater spreat of student personalities, and ar entirely new section e n t i 11 e c “Where and how students play’ showing not only campus life but also how students live when not studying and methods of amuse ment indulged in by students. Harbert Aims High Harbert gave notice of his in tention of aiming again at the posi tion of the 1936 Oregana, which was given national top honors. He said the general lay-out of the book is nearing completion, and copy work has already begun in some sections to assure issuing the book during Junior Weekend as a highlight of the weekend festivi ties. The book will be financed entire I New Professors i Increase Staff 1 Two assistant professors and five instructors will be added to the f University of Oregon faculty, it . was announced yesterday by the president’s office. In the department of psychology, Francis B. Robinson will join the staff as an assistant professor. Ma jor Edwin T. Wheatley will be an assistant professor in the military science department. The college of arts and letters will have the services of Frederick M. Combellack as an instructor in . the classics, and Charles Micaud as an instructor in French. Margaret Kathryn Hair will be an instructor in zoology. Francis ; Holderreed will act as a part-time instructor in the physical science survey. Rex Rhoten will also be a part-time instructor, in the physics department. ly as a separate project of the associated students, by sale of copies and advertising. It will be approximately 350 pages long. TOURS LIBRARIES Mrs. Marjorie Reynolds, librarian for the business administration li brary and for the Oriental museum library, left August 21 to visit mu seum libraries at Chicago, Washing ton, D. C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. Your College W ardrobe By BETTY ROBB 4 For H. Gordon & Co. Eugene, Ore. From the lime you alight in Eugene, he it. from train, hits, or family ear, you will he liv imr in a different world, where King College rehrns supreme. Everything will he different— affairs, activities, and associates—and so will you. You will want to dress the part, and it is for that reason T have prepared the following chart in the hope that it mnv he of help to you. I am sure that you can select vour wardrobe from IT. Gordon and Co. with all confidence lie cause our Mrs. Freli'di in New York has been most successful in finding manufacturers who are tops in the production of voting women’s apparel. Then too, years of dressing Oregon coeds have given us a knowledge of the ward robe requirements of college girls. Evervope has been offering von advice so T shall do the same. Mine will be different because it concerns clothes. Here’s the outline: Essentials for Freshman Week I Campus outfits (Wool sport dress) (wool suit) Also go to luncheons (wool knit dross) Fnsembled with n sport coat (fitted or straight) ( Fleece or tweed) A three piece suit will fill nil needs. In high colors for fall, brown, spice brown, rust. blue, peacock, green, red currant, or of course, black. IT For social events Teas Costume suits (wool dress, satin top, fur trimmed fitted iacket) Fur coat and silk dress (or fine wool) Dress coat and silk dress (or fine wool) Dressy suits fur or self trimmed Dinner dates Dinner dresses (Velvet) (crepe) Formal (velvet) (crepe) (brocade) (satin) Wrap An evening wrap, preferably long, will carry you through college a small in vestment considering the pleasure and satisfaction it will give you. Should you decide to wait and purchase some of your needs after coming to Eugene T will do my best to see that you are not disappointed. Just a word about prices: Our wool and silk dresses begin at.$11.95 Sport coats and suits start at .$19.75 Dressier coats and suits begin at.$25.00 You will find me at H. Gordon & Co., Tenth and Willamette, Eugene, Oregon Webfoot Rally (Continued from page one) and their friends the biggest Uni crowd,” Elmer Fansett, alumni sec retary and campus organizer said. A reception committee will be waiting at the doors to welcome students, issue tickets, and make introductions. Besides the pro gram, dinner, and dance a one third reduction will be made on all rides and concessions. Fun-Filled Program Barney Hall, president of the Oregon student body and general chairman of the affair, was rapidly whipping the day’s activities to gether last week to give students versity party in history. Students and freshmen can gain admittance to the park by submit ting a coupon, or by getting one at the gate. As soon as members of the Oregon Mothers club starts serving the free dinner to guests, an extensive entertainment, will be started with Warren Waldorf of Eugene as master of ceremonies. Entertainment Varied Scheduled to appear on the pro gram are outstanding University entertainers such as Hal Young and George Hopkins of the Univer sity school of music; Don Palmblad and Hoy Vemstrom, skit artists, the Gamma Phi Beta chorus, Bill Lubersky and Kessler Cannon in a short skit; sports and football pic tures by Bill Hayward, Oregon’s veteran track coach; swimming exhibition by Oregon’s champion ship swimmers and divers, and a host of other surprise feature num bers, including bathing beauty and log-rolling contests. Until 9 o’clock entertainers will hold the spotlight, then the doors of the beautiful Jantzen Beach ballroom will open to the college dancers. Music by Everett Hoag lund's noted San Francisco orches tra will be heard along with fea tured artists. Committee at Work Assisting the general committee for the celebration are Jean Raw son, attendance committee chair man, and Peggy Vermillion, chair man of the ticket sales to alumni and dads. Members of the Oregon alumni association, Oregon Dads, Oregon Mothers and the ASUO are coop erating to put over the annual rally. Boyer Resigns (Continued from page one) their last meeting but extended the time he will leave his post until they are able to name a new president. Dr. Boyer will return to the position he held previous to his appointment as president, dean of the school of arts and letters. Send the Emerald to your friends. Help W anted— One representative in each sorority and fratern ity to sell dignified pro duct to house members. First Come— First Served Get your goods before school starts. For full information, write now! WARREN WALDORF 60 E. 11 Ave., Eugene Entering Frosh Forced to Make Many Decisions (Continued from parje two) here. Of course if you are a “step ! per” and like to “hoof-it” a lot at everything that comes along . . . that’s another thing. Every fellow should have one good suit, preferably a dark one, as there are dances and dinner dates a-plenty through the year. There will be formal affairs but tuxes are "out" for freshmen. One good suit’s all you need. More for variety and "dash” as you wish. A couple of pairs of slacks, sweat ers, and a coat complete your wardrobe. Hats aren’t essential. And you should have a slicker jacket for wet weather. You’ll find quite a bit of that noted “Califor nia-climate” right here in Eugene. And did I mention "frosh pants," or “tin pants,” as they’re more commonly known ? They are tradi tional at Oregon and all freshmen should have them. Both practical and economical, they prove quite a saving on other slacks when an ‘My! How You Talk’ (Continued from paqe one) a "snuggle puppy,” one who, might X say, is rather “eager” for kiss ing. And the coeds have not been too backward about "telling” the men. For instance, should you linger too long in parting you may aptly be dubbed a "bell-polisher.” If you do not shave, or are just plain unat tractive, the girls may call you an “airedale.” As for the fellow who happens to be called a "cream puff” . . . need more be said? And the "five-H” fellow is not the most popular guy in the crowd. Hell How He Hates Himself! Besides the common garden snakes the girls find there are those of the parlor specie. There also are “lounge lizards.” And the chaperons have come in for their share of the fire. They may be "alarm clocks,” “goose berries,” or just plain “fire-extin guishers.” Enough for that. Now as for some of the expressions . . . let’s run a little bit together and see what we get . . .A winking-willie (male for Mae West) is slobbering, or blubbling, a bib full (in other words, waxing mushy) in some cu tie's ear in the local hug center. Or just say the two of them are "lollygagging.” Anyway, there is a moon and he thinks it would be just plenty nice to "do the bear” (hug) and then “hang a goober on her." In other words, kiss. But she thinks him to be rather “green pastures” (stupid), just a little "milky in the filbert.” Besides, he isn’t an extra hot "frame” (dance partner) and she is already rinsing her eyes on the chief "itch and rub” as a possible date to the next mixer. So she "poo's out” on this guy, refuses to let him plant a "honey-cooler” and, as a result, he thinks she's a "holaholy” because she won’t “smooch.” He doesn't see a great deal of her after that (though it isn’t his fault) (still admits she’s a plenty cute sketch) and he starts com plaining that his best pal has "creamed his lady,” that is, he has cut his throat, pulled a fast one. So our poor rejected and dejected hero has to get an “import” to “smudge it with” at the next big campus "shinslop.” Sad? Well don't start manufacturing salt on my shoulder, please! When you establish your University resi dence in Eugene establish your banking home with us—a banking home like your home bank. We have been here to welcome students for over 53 years. The First National Bank of Eugene Home Owned and Home Managed Since 1883 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation I unexpected bath in the mill race comes your way. They may be obtained at any one of a number of stores here in Eugene. Just a word to top off this clothes business . . . styles keep changing all the time, especially around a campus and all of us like to be as "up-to-the-minute” as pos sible in our dress, so I’d advise against loading up too much with a big wardrobe beforehand. Come on down . . . see what the others are wearing . . . then go ahead and wear what you want. Just remem ber . . . college isn’t high school when you buy .. . and conservative clothes are always in style. Keep Regular Hours Many of you will undoubtedly be somewhat awed, or perhaps, just plain "bewildered” by it all your first few days down at the Univer sity. At the same time it is very important that you get off to as good a start as possible ar.d to do so you must keep clear-headed, be mentally alert and fit—the first week if at no other time. Get all the sleep you can nights so as to be in "tops” condition when you take the various examinations. And it is important that you stay mentally awake and on your toes for more reasons than one. The choices and decisions you make during the first week—rush week —may mean a great deal toward your ultimate happiness or disap pointment in campus life and your University career. A word about the examinations. They are nothing to be afraid of. The physical examination is given merely as a check-up on your phys ical condition ... to find out what shape you are in and where your condition can be improved by spe cial care and attention from the physical education department and the University health service. The examinations also safeguard the entire student body against the spreading of contagious disease. The placement examinations are given to find out just where each incoming student stands . . .to measure his or her general mental ability to succeed in the Univer sity. The results of these exams help both you and your advisor plan a course that will be most suitable to your particular capabilities. So you see, it is to your own advan tage to make as good a record as possible in these examinations so as to be catalogued as you should be. And to do well you must be fresh and fit. Keep as good hours as you can the first week . . . and for that matter, all through the year. Ask Questions One thing that cannot be stres sed too much is the little matter of frankness. Be frank. Both when talking with fellow students and advisors. Especially when you are planning your course of study with your advisor. Remember, your ad visor can help you just as much or as little as you let him. The more questions you ask' and the more you open yourself up to him the better able he is to understand your particular problems and be of service to you. Don't be afraid to ask questions. u with orthogon margin corrected lenses which make your peripheral view as good as that through the center of the lense. ELLA C. MEADE 14 \V. Eighth St. SOPHOMORES | Join Oregon's greatest Sopho more class. BUY SOPHOMORE CLASS CARDS The above statement can aptly be applied to rush week. When you are choosing your fraternity you are making an important choice. While you are being rushed around from one house to another, when something comes up that you do not quite understand, ask some j one. Ask about anything that bothers you. The fellows should be glad to answer your questions ! and discuss with you freely any [ question you bring up. Every fra ternity man that rushes a prospec tive pledge is out to sell “his fra | temity” . . . regardless. That is to be expected. What to Look for Now supposing you do intend , to pledge some house ... in choos '■ ing your fraternity what do you want? All of us want different things but it must be admitted that the members make the frater nity what it is and determine its position on the campus. Look for the group ol fellows you think you will get along well with during your four years at school. Don’t join some fraternity merely be cause it has an impressive front, beautiful house, or is “tops’’ in national standing. After all, it's the fellows you'll be living with that count most while you're here ; as far as the fraternity is con cerned. In closing I will say: Don’t take llisappoirrtments too hard! You know that saying about the best laid plans of mice and men . . . anyway, when something doesn't pan out exactly as you had hoped it would . . . and some things will happen that way . . . why take it like a man. Learn to take it. Inci dentally, you'll find your class mates and brothers more than willing to give lessons so-o-o-o . . . better take disappointments and everything else with a smile. Ee seeing you . . . The student drugstore next to the campus to serve YOU CLAYPOOL and VANATTA DRUGS Student Supplies Prescriptions Drugs Toiletries U. S. Postoffice Substation Western Union Agency Candies HotOTO \ Co\oT PICTURES WILL BE YOURS IN THE 1938 OREGANA WAYNE HARBERT Editor-in-chief HOWARD OVERBACK Business Manager OUR AIM IN 1938: ANOTHER “ALL-AMERICAN PACEMAKER” FOR OREGON READY BY JUNIOR WEEKEND This year's Oregana will be distributed on Hie campus on Saturday morning of Junior Weekend. NATURAL COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY They said the expense would be prohibitive—but the !38 Oreeana brines you natural-color pictures of your campus in life-like litho graphy. INFP A-RED PICTURES For the first time in nnv university yearbook, dramatic red-filter pho tographs will be featured. GREATER PERSONALITY PLAY Our aim is more pictures, bigger pictures, of more people! COPV HAS BEEN ST,ASHED Past editors have <«it the write-ups to a supposedly new low, hut this year's Oregano will he one of pictures and captions! A NEW HUMOR MAGA7TNE Oregon humor comes had' into its o"'" with the Orogana’s revival of our traditional “Lemon Punch.” \ll-or»<»innl ravings of Oregon’s screwiest writers—cleaned during the entire year. BRIT T.TANT View sppttoNS Featured is a spnrkUn<v new section of students at play. It will keep you young all your life! You'll like it! IMPROVED OT.U SECTIONS Thirty-five live sections, covering every phase of vonr University year, will capture for you forever this active school-year ahead of you, he you frosh. sophomore, junior or senior! UNIOUE MAKE UP The Editor had an inspiration: the Oregana in swing-time! _And he swang it. wait until you see! A lively, rhythmic lay-out from each exciting page to the next! ^FULT.-PAGE PICTURES Marginless pages of superior photography will bring to you the largest and finest pictures ever to appear in an Oregana! —and no doubt you'll find yourself in many of them ! DON’T MISS THIS BOOK Sign for Your OREGANA ON REGISTRATION DAY!