Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 18, 1938, Page Two, Image 2

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    Oregon Military Squad Impresses Army Man Favorably
Special ROTC Drill Team
Viewed, Okayed by Major
The competition company, 10 o’clock section of first and second
year military students upon whom rests most of Oregon’s chances of
winning the Governor’s trophy on May 25, was accredited as being
one of the best college drill squads in the Northwest, by Major W. C.
Moore after his annual inspection of ROTC headquarters yesterday.
Major Moore was appointed by the commander of the 9th corps
area. He made the inspection last year.
“I think that the drill teams
show a considerable improvement
over last year,” he stated, “They
seem to be doing very well here
with the facilities available.”
Monday Major Moore viewed j
the class rooms and drilling of the
first and second year basic squads.
The advance courses occupied most
of his attention today.
The major has served for 21
years in the service of the U. S.
army, two years being spent at
Vancouver barracks in Vancouver,
Washington. He saw service in
the Philippines and Panama Canal
zone, also serving as an instructor
in the army infantry school dur
ing the world war.
After his inspection of the ad
vance courses yesterday, Major
Moore met with a few of the stu
dents to discuss the appointments
available under the recently passed
Thomas act which allows Oregon
four regular appointments to the
He was the guest of Major W.,
A. Wappenstein during his two
day inspection here.
01 lit OWN ;
13th near Patterson
You’ll Enjoy . . . . ■"
A heaping mound of Siber
rian Cream covered with
your favorite flavor or
fruit. A between - meals
snack or dessert.
774 E. 11th
Calendar |
There will be a special me.eting
of members of the Green Goose
staff in room 103 Journalism build
ing tonight at 10 o’clock.
All independents planning to go
on the picnic May 21 sign up be
fore noon Thursday with Harriet
West or Billie Rentz.
French Honorary
Will Initiate Four
'Four pledges to Pi Delta Phi,
French honorary society, will be
initiated at a formal banuet to
night at 6 o’clock at the Anchor
age. They are: Maxine Winniford,
Peggy Lee Reavis, and honorary
members, Mrs. Clara L. Fitch, sec
retary of the graduate division,
and Miss Elizabeth Costello, lan
guage supervisor at University
high school.
Students standing highest in
their work in the advanced cours
es in French during the year will
be awarded the French govern
ment silver medal prize, and the
Pi Delta Phi book prize at tbe ban
Casque and Cascet is the name
of the interfraternity relations
board at the University of New
Pennant Chancfes
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made in the second with the single
tally coming in the eighth.
A1 Hooper’s homer with Sam
Eastman on second following his
double, accounted for the first two
WSC runs.
Additional details on page four.
To Wed Patient
Forthcoming marriage of Mias
Adah Wilson, 85, Los Angeles, Cal.,
nurse, and Harold Fowler McCor
mick, 66, Chicago millionaire and
son of the founder of the harvester
company, has been announced. Miss
Wilson attended McCormick during
a recenf illness.
Mayflower: “Joy of Living,”
7:25, 9:38.
McDonald: “Fools for Scan
dal” and “Battle of Broadway.”
Emerald Rhythm Revue at
Heilig: Major Bowe’s Show,
1:43, 4:26, 7:09, 9:52. “This
Marriage Business,” 2:30, 5:21,
8:04, 10:47.
Rex: “Front Page.”
KORE: 8:30 — Emerald
Rhythm Revue; 10:30—Emer
ald News Reporter.
CBS: 5—Grace Moore, 7:30—
Ben Bernie, Lew Lehr, Buddy
Clark; 8—Cavalcade of Amer
ica; 10:45—Les Parker’s or
chestra; 11—Henry King’s or
NBC: 6—Kay Kyser; 8—
Fred Allen; 8:30—Lights Out;
9—Tommy Dorsey’s orchestra;
9:30 — Frank Trumbauer’s or
ROTC Units
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nual medals to the outstanding
freshmen in ROTC by Scabbard
and Blade, military honorary. Usu
ally one outstanding member is
picked from each freshman class,
making five in all, but because of
a tie in the 10 o’clock section du
plicate awards will be made in
that section.
The drilling will include demon
strations by the newly formed
machine gun corps and the “Com
petition company,” special picked
squad of freshmen and sopho
mores, upon whom rests most of
Dregon’s hopes of winning the
governor’s trophy. The special
team will parade in their uniforms
ivith the lemon and green badge
cn their arm reading “Oregon,
Honor Company.”
“Colonel” May Come
Plans to have Mary Jane Ma
honey, chosen as the “Little Colo
nel” at the Military ball, on the
campus for the review were not
definite as yet, Colonel Murphy
All units will be in uniform. The
review will be open to students
and townspeople, he said.
Send the Emerald home. Your
folks will enjoy reading it.
Clues Sought in Warren Slaying
Clues to the identity of the slayer that forced his Way into the home
of Methias H. Warren, wealthy Bakersfield, Cal., landowner and fathei*
of the Alameda county district attorney, are sought Where the aged
man was bludgeoned to: death. Blood stains and relics of the murder,
including Warren’s broken glasses, litter the floor.
Pre-Law Students
To Meet Thursday
Meeting at the call of Orlando
J. Hollis, acting dean of the law
school, pre-legal students will dis
cuss the first-year courses in the
law school, meet the law faculty,
and hear the student president to
morrow afternoon at 4 o’clock in
105 Oregon.
Each man on the faculty will ex
plain the nature of his classes and
offer other information, Hollis
said yesterday. Frank Nash, law|
school student body prexy, will
speak to the prospective newcom
ers concerning their “honor sys
A “Legion of Beauty” 600 strong
invaded the Colgate university,
men-only campus for the annual
junior prom.
Tickets are going- fast for
by combined University and
Very Little Theaters
May I 9
To be produced in the
Under the stars ... in a glorious
new open air setting back of the
music building.
May 1 9, 20, 21
All tickets 50c
Two sets of twins are on the
Massachusetts State college base
ball team for 1938.
Better Shoe Repairing Service
For 3 days only, white, suede, or
two-tone shoes cleaned for 15c.
Shines 10c. The best shine in
Eugene. Bring them early and
hvoid the rush. We deliver free
any place on the campus.
Wed., Thur. and Friday
Across from Sigma Nu
Near Mayflower Theater
IS made
by the
Consequently they deserve
your support!
University Theater
Man’s Shop
Scott’s Siberrian
Consolidated Freight Lines
Robinson’s Cafe
Eugene Farmers’ Creamery
New Service Laundry
Howard’s Shoe Shop
Dr. Elliott
Prince Albert