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 orary. 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 dance. 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 again.” 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 Recuperate 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 ing. 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 room. 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. TODAY IS YOUR LAST CHANCE to order your copy of the 1940 OREGANA At registration a limited supply of Oreganas will go on sale for $5.50 $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 BETTE DAVIS Today’s outstanding star, soon to appear in Warner Bros. ALL THIS AND HEAVEN TOO, has won the Redbook Award for Distinguished Contribu tion to Motion Picture Art. CHESTERFIELD is outstanding as today's Cooler-Smoking, Better Tasting, Definitely Milder cigarette. Copyright 1940, 1:. c i i & Myers Tobacco Co. Thousands of new smokers every day are turning by choice to Chesterfields because they find everything they want in this completely pleasing and satisfy ing cigarette. The makers of Chester • Iff field keep far in front rwith every known means of improving their prod ? uct. You can’t buy a better cigarette.