U. OF 0. LIBRARY CAMPUS — / < Board Seeks New System Of'O'Awards Joint Meeting Called By Barney Hall for Proposing Change With Lettermen Consideration of the sports award system will be taken at a joint meeting of the executive council, officers of the Order of O, representatives of minor sports, and a member of the athletic ■board Monday evening, ASUO President Barney Hall announced last night. Letters at present are awarded toy the executive council upon the recommendation of coaches. Pos sibility of revamping this system was suggested by President Hall last night. ' Up for discussion at the meet ing will be the participation of the lettermen’s organization in mak ing recommendations for minor award. The “O” club has no voice at the present. 1 Hopes for Order As a result of the discussions, Hall hopes to bring order to the confused situation caused by the changing status of sports, which have resulted in conflicting deci sions being made by the board. Hank Nilsen and Tony Amato will represent the Order of the O. Anse Cornell will speak for the athletic board. Representatives of the minor sports, and the execu tive council will complete the per sonnel for the discussions. ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ "▼-wr w'w ▼ ▼ Unique Dress Worn by Coed % In Chatanooga By ALYCE ROGERS A coed at the University of Chattanooga wore a hat composed of one white lampshade, one bath tub plug chain, one shoe lace, two paper clips, and a skimpy bouquet of artificial flowers, during all of one day. The only impression She created was the envious stare of; a waitress in a restaurant. —Hampden-Sydney Tiger. Collegiana ... People who live in glass houses might just as well answer the doorbell. —• Spring, when the trees begin to leaf and so do thoughts of study. — What kind of corsage do you want ? Four Roses. — Junior thinks a grass widow is what you take on a hay-1 ride. — Silver and' Gold. Money doesn’t make a fool out of a coed nearly as often as a coed makes money out of a fool. -—New Mexico Lobo. Higher Learning . . . School days, school days, Dear newfangled school days; Fencing, eurythmics, and plastic art, Taught by the aid of a Binet chart; I was a lad with a low I.Q., You were a maid with a minus two, Just what we learned we never knew, But that is a new-fangled way! —“The Hawk.” I ▼ Wild West Will Reign Soon in A WS Carnival Jump up seven, come down eight, Swing your partner* like a gate. , Rattle your spurs, And trail your heifers, i And all stampede. With the calls of the square dance and the strains of the cow i boy band, the little pioneer town of Eldorado comes into existence for one night of revelry in the rambunctious western spirit. Along main street the doors of the gambling houses, the saloons, the barber shops, the bank, and the shooting gallery are thrown wide open for the frontier cele bration. And Eldorado does come into existence April 23, when the i AWS sponsors its anual carnival in McArthur court. Business houses will be op erated by University living or ganizations, and music, in the old and new manner, will be supplied by Carl Rooen and orchestra. Council Sets Plans To 'Boost Oregon' Dean, Coed Notables Will Initiate Policy In Portland Plans to increase the Univer sity’s enrollment next year are be ing made by the new Pan-Hel lenic council, according to infor mation from Patsy Taylor, newly chosen president of the group. A “Boost Oregon” campaign is being planned by members of the council. Next. Wednesday Dean Hazel Schwering, with Patsy Tay lor, Elisabeth Stetson, Gayle Bu chanan, and several more girls as yet not chosen will go to Port land to talk to the Portland al umni about the new policy. University students will be en couraged under the boosting cam paign to invite guests to see the campus buildings and set-up and entertain them at the houses, Miss Taylor asserted, not only as rush ees but as possible Oregon stu dents. Other plans being made by the ! new council include a revision of I winter and spring term rushing1 rules. The new Panhellenic council1 took office the first week in April at the first meeting of the group after spring term rush week. I Root, Deutschmann, Williams, Haener to Direct Publications They'll Head Campus Publications Paul Deutschmann, Hal Haener, top row left to right, Don Root, and Dick Williams, bottom . . . were selected to fill Emerald and Oregana posts yesterday. NYA QUESTIONNAIRES DUE Students who have been on NYA for three terms this year and who have not returned their ques tionnaires are requested to do so at once. Those who have lost or mislaid their copy may obtain an other by calling at the office of Dean Karl W. Onthank in John son hall. Frosh Coalition Meets Disaster; Blocs Reign The frosh coalition, heralded as a political.“cure-all” early this week, was shattered yesterday when party organizers, boring from within, split the class into two distinct blocs and pushed up the barriers for spring term “horse-trading.” Art Hannifin and Wally Rossman rallied support for a Sigma Chi, Phi Delt, ATO bloc. Each was maneuvering for bloc support in the race for soph class presidency. Stan Steiger held the position of “number one map” in the Sigma Nu-Kappa Sig party. The coalition split evolved into tw'O blocs, formed around a few’ houses. The support of either group among other houses remained indefinite test night. In spite of the “rebel” bloc formation, it was believed possible last night that a third bloc might form from the houses remaining in the one-time coalition. Garretson Will Offer Recital Tuesday Eve Robert Garretson, senior in the University and student of George Hopkins, professor of piano, will present his senior recital in the school of music auditorium Tues day, April 19, at 8 p.m. Mr. Garretson, known on the campus for his recitals, and throughout the state of Oregon for his numerous concerts, will present a group of Chopin selec tions, among which will be the famous “Beceuse.” In addition to Chopin, several equally famous composers will be represented', among which are Liszt and Ravel. A composition, “Two Preludes,” by George Gershwin, will also be given. Mr. Garretson has received enthusias tic reception for his past interpre tations of Gershwin selections, and last year packed the music audi torium with an audience eager to hear his playing of “Rhapsody in Blue.” Experienced Men io Guide the Emerald# Oregana; Williams Is Freshman Four new chiefs to direct the' editorial and business work on the Oregon Daily Emerald and Ore gana were announced last night by the ASUO executive commit tee. Those chosen were: Paul Deutschniann, Emerald eil* it or. Don Root, Oregana editor. Hal Haener, Emerald Inisin^ manager. Dick Williams, Oregana business manager. Deutschmann, a junior in jour nalism, has acted as associate edi tor of the campus daily this year, working as copy desk chief and writing a column on national and international affairs. Deutsch mann was news editor and assist ant managing editor last year. Three Years on Annual Don Root, next year’s campua annual creator, has worked on the book for the last three in various* capacities. Williams, the newly elected business manager of the yearbook, is a freshman in jour nalism and has acted as assist ant to the present manager, How ard Overback. Haener has worked on the Em erald business staff for some time as advertising solicitor and as day, advertising chief. Mermen Boast New Block '0' Sweaters Myers Garners Only Award With Three Stripe Arm H. S. “Mike” Hoyman’s varsity; swimmers blossomed out yester day in brand new lettermen’t* sweaters following the ASUO ex ecutive committee’s action award-* ing one three-stripe, a pair of two-* stripe, and seven one-stripe sweat ers to ten of the tankmen. Wearing their first 11-inch block, lemon “O” are John Stewart and Ralph Lafferty, breast stroke ar tists; Tom Starbuck and Lewis Coleman, backstrokers; Pierco Mallory, sprint and distance man (Please turn to page seven) Hunter Speaks in Ashland Tuesday As a part of his plan to address all the schools in the Oregon sys tem on the “Conquest of the Con stitution,” Chancellor Frederick M. Hunter spoke in Ashland Wed nesday, April 13, returning to h'H Eugene office Friday. The chancellor will give the ad dress at Eastern Oregon normal at La Grande on May 4, his secret tary, Don Johnson, said.