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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1938)
Phi;Thetas to gg
Members of Phi Theta Upsi
lon will meet at the Kappa Al
pha Theta house today at 4:30
The main business of the meet
ing will include the selection of
new members for next year, and
the revising of the organization.
The group will be reorgan
ized to serve as a junior wo
men’s advisory board, according
to the report of Elisabeth Stet
son, president of the honorary.
Plans will also be discussed
for a party in the near future.
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To Star in 'Peer Gynt'
Lorraine Hixson—will play the part of Solveig in Ibsen’s specta
cle which opens Tuesday, April 26.
The Coed of the Week
By BERNADINE BOWMAN
The demand for more information about Lorraine Hixson, femi
nine lead in “Peer Gynt,” sent us scuttling out to track down this
very busy girl.
For the benefit of the two women who climbed all the way up
the stairs to the Kennell-Ellis studios to find out if the girl whose
picture was being displayed was 12 or 15 years old—she is neither.
She is 19, and is five feet three and one half inches tall.
Lorraine, at present, is living and dreaming “Peer Gynt.” She
fact that is all she wanted to talk
about. And after days and days
of at least three-hour rehearsals,
she’s still enthusiastic (by special
request we are not to say thrilled
or excited, although she is all
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Has Lovely Voice
In describing Lorraine a coed
said she was “one of those delecta
ble blondes,” and we agree. Her
large brown eyes and lovely voice
can not go unnoticed, however, by
the most casual observed.
The star of “Peer Gynt” is a
music major and a minor in dra
matics. These two activities oc
cupy most of her time, but she
“actually likes poetry.” Shelley
is her favorite poet. And although
she likes to read novels very
imuch she hasn’t read “Gone With
Lorraine has been singing since
she was four years old. She’s sure
that the first song she ever learned
was “Little Brown Jug How I
Love Thee,” but whether it was
for a school or church program
she couldn’t decide.
Her mother has been an accom
plished musician, and on that side
of the family are a number of ac
tors and actresses. On her fath
er’s side she doesn’t believe she
inherited any of her ability be
cause her “father can’t even whis
tle on key.”
Worked as Shopper
Your Coed of the Week is a
sophomore. She didn’t come back
ito school fall term because she
had a job as a personal shopper in
a Long Beach department store.
She started work in the store as a
clerk and was promoted all within
the six months she was there.
! We think Lorraine must have
been very good in this capacity,
since she is quite willing to be
accommodating as well as being
friendly, and the foxy customer,
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A WS Carnival to Be
Main Social Event;
Four House Dances
AWS Carnival Scheduled to Be Big Affair;
Alpha Chi to Hold Northwest Convention;
Clever Motifs Selected for Dances
Taking place beside the AWS carnival for the weekend, Chi Omega,
Susan Campbell and Sigma Alpha Mu will hold house dances on Fi’iday
evening, Delta Upsilon, Saturday evening, and the Alpha Chi Omega
northwest convention will be held on both Friday and Saturday.
Carrying out their traditional motif for their spring formal, the
Chi Omegas will again this year turn their chapter house into a
Japanese garden. The orchestra stand will be decked out in purple
wisteria, cherry blossoms will be placed throughout the house, and
Japanese lanterns will cover all the lights.
Special plans have been made for decorating the back yard where
the refreshments will be served. Programs will be little Japanese
fans. Art Holman’s orchestra will play.
Patrons and patronesses are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hulten, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Schroff, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jones, Mr. and Mrs R. A.
Babb, and Dr and Mrs. C. L. Schwering.
I Capitalizing on a current theme,
I Sigma Alpha Mu will use for their
motif, “Little Junior’s Weekend.”
(One room will be transformed into
the Junior Prom with the other
centering around the campus
luncheon. Campus portraits and
^sketches will be used to help car
ry out the idea.
The dance will be informal with
Ijthe music of Norman Esley.
k Patrons and patronesses will be
Mr. and Mrs. George Root, Dr.
' Arthur Marder, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rubenstein, and Mr. and Mrs. Les
Alpha Chi Omega will hold its
northwest province convention Fri
day and Saturday. Starting the
extensive program will be a for
mal dinner at the Eugene hotel on.
.Friday night with Mrs. Carl I.
Winsor, national councilor as guest
speaker. Her topic will be “Fra
ternity Ideals.” Mrs. Frank N.
Averill, president of the northwest
^province will also attend the ban
v Delegates are coming from the
University of Washington, Wash
ington State college, Whitman,
University of Idaho, Montana, and
Following the banquet a fire
side will be held at the chapter
Saturday a Pan-Hellenic lunch
eon is planned with Dean Schwer
ing as the guest speaker who has
chosen for her topic, “The De
fense of Fraternities.” Other
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