Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 25, 1940, Page Twelve, Image 12

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    Tennis Court Hop Starts Social Season
bpnng holies
Is First Outdoor
Dance of Term
Kwama Sponsors
All-Campus Caper
At 4 o'Clock Today
Dancing on the iSw school tennis
courts will be Oregon’s salute to
spring today, when returning stu
dents attend the first of the 1940
4 o’clock no-date "spring frolics.”
Today’s dance is sponsored by
Kwama, sophomore women’s hon
A lengthy stag line was indi
cated by fraternity spokesmen last
night to'be "on deck” this after
noon when Bob Calkins’ orches
ra provides the swing for the first
dance of the term.
An old-fashioned “soda pop
stand” with white-uniformed Kwa
mas in attendance will replace the
traditional punch bowl at today’s
Admission will be 10 cents for
each person, with every dance a
tag. “Forget about dates—just
come over and talk to everybody
again,” Chairman Elna Johnson
urged last night. "We want this
afternoon's frolic to be a get-to
gether for all those people who are
plenty glad to be back to Oregon
and to have spring term here
Although Kwamas last night
"hoped for sunshine” they have
made arrangements for the out
door gym of Gerlinger hall in case
dancers are rained out of the law
school courts.
Infirmary Gets
Opportunity to
Competition for the position of
chief - infirmary - holder - downer
rests between Bill Barlow and
Ross Hargis, who held the fort
during the entire spring vaca
tion. A last minute entry was
Robert Deiz, who was admitted
last Saturday.
Unusual quietness was the
theme for the holiday period and
funereal silence reigned. Business
on the whole was very slack and
the establishment is rested and
ready for the spring term open
Dr. Marion Hayes, infirmary
physician, was the only casualty
on the infirmary staff listed for
the vacation. Dr. Hayes played
hostess to a cold for a few days
but is now ready for duty.
Dr. Staples Shows
Geological Slides
About 50 people looked through
rocks instead of at them when Dr.
L. W. Staples, geology instructor,
showed a number of slides made
fro mthin sections of agates. Dr.
Staples spoke before the Condon
club in the general geology lecture
Dr. Staples was given the slides
by William Pitts, a retired business
man from California, who makes
these thin sections as a hobby. It is
a very difficult job but the beauty
and design of the agates is brought
out more clearly.
Many varieties of agates were
shown including moss, airplane,
landscape, and banded agates.
Krazy Krawl to
Introduce Spring
Social Season
Informality to Be
Keynote of Annual
ADS Dance
A setting of informality and fun
making will usher in the spring
term social season Friday night
when Alpha Delta Sigma, national
advertising honorary fraternity,
sponsors its annual- Krazy Copy
Krawl in McArthur court for all
Oregon students.
A “School for Musical Know
ledge" intermission feature will in
clude a contest similar to that on
the Kay Kayser musical show, ac
cording to Wally Rossman and
Jack Saltzman, co-chairmen of the
dance. At that time musical ques
tions submitted by dancers upon
entrance will be answered. Mem
bers of the dance committee stated
last night that special prizes will
be awarded those answering ques
tions correctly. However, if the
person is unable to answer, the one
who submitted the question will be
the prize winner.
Advertisers will display giant ad
vertisements on the interior of Mc
Arthur court. An informal atmos
phere will prevail with short silks
being in order for coeds.
Committee members will include
newly initiated members of Alpha
I Delta Sigma, Les Harger, Fred
' May, Fred Ehlers, Dave Compton,
! Bob Calkins, Jess Shinn, and Bob
1 Milspaugh.
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limited supply of Oreganas
will go on sale for
$3.50 down payment and
$2.00 will be deducted from
your general deposit
First come, first served
and come early to assure
ycurself of your copy
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