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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1940)
for Record Buyers!
F ir your convenience . . .
v, Five installed anoth-r
J-u'ir- record booth, and
have made both booths
mud, more -ound proof,
Victor — Bluebird
39 East 10th Ave.
Complete Musi al Service
Students, get your
Sport Shirts and
‘'Quality for Less”
832 Will, St,
Next to Miller’s
Of ASUO Drives
' State Board Ruling
I Makes Ticket Sale |
No Longer Needed |
By J. KAHANAM I
When Chairman Bob Keen and
his associates promoting the pres-j
ent spring term ASUO card drive!
close shop at noon this coming j
Saturday and take home their
portfolios, it will mark the bona
fide death of such campaigns con
ducted on the Oregon campus.
Oregon's state board of higher
education has decreed that in the
future funds to finance events now j
being taken care of by ASUO-card
sales will be collected in a regis
tration fee at the beginning of
the school year.
After this, according to Activ
ities Chairman George Root, the
educational activities board will
arrange probably for only an ath
letic card sale or a student body
membership card ticket drive. The
new state ruling puts the full
ASUO-sponsored activity slate in
the realm of a regular curricular
Captains in the present card
drive are Jean Kneas for the soror
ities, Jean McPherson for women
independents, Martin Schedier of
the independent men. and George
Mackin for fraternities.
Representatives selling cards in
all living groups will meet at the
College Side at 4:30 this afternoon.
Events for which the S3 spring
term card is good include the
“Spring Varieties." Jose Iturbi's
performance, all freshman and
varsity baseball games played on
Howe field during the term, tennis
and golf matches, University track
meets, the Emerald, and student
SERVICE — ALL
Eugene’s Newest Dept. Store
Phone 1090 840 Willamette
A $1.50 Size
4 ream Mask
With Every Quinhm $2.00 Purchase
if you shop in lime.
Quinlan Strawberry Cream Mask is the
famous creamy, pink Mask that helps a
tired looking face stage u quick come
back. Women on the go rely on its
*0 minute action _ to prepare them for
Once you use Strawberry Cream Mask
*-> feel its tingling coolnes3 — see the
refreshed, more youthful appearance of
your skin, you’ll know what a grand
home substitute for a Salon facial it is.
You’ll be* glad Wi made this oiler.
• Charge Accounts
• Phone Orders
• F ree. Deliveries
Following are figures show
ing percentages different cam
pus living organizations have
gone thus far in the ASUO card
Alpha Gamma Delta . 100
Alpha Delta Pi. 89
Theta Chi . 85
Sigma Alpha Mu . 85
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Phi .
Kappa Sigma .
Delta Delta Delta ....
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Chi Psi .
Alpha Xi Delta .
Sigma Kappa .
Kappa Alpha Theta ..
Sigma Pi Epsilon .
Phi Gamma Delta .
Alpha Chi Omega .
Omega hall .
Pi Beta Phi .
Phi Delta Theta .
Beta Theta Pi .
Susan Campbell .
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Chi Omega ..
Pi Kappa Alpha.
Sigma Chi .
Gamma Phi Beta .
Zeta Tau Alpha .
Delta Upsilon . 36
Delta Tau Delta . 35
Alpha Tau Omega. 35
Sigma Nu .
Sherry Ross .
Hendricks Hall .
Phi Kappa Psi ..
Gamma hall .
Zeta hall .
Canard Co-op ....
Sigma hall .
Campbell Co-op .
Kirkwood Co-op .
(Continued from page four)
luck Berry, Jim Harris, and Dick
orne, but hurt his knee last spring
nd had to have an operation on
le injured joint . . . his leg looks
s good as ever now.
Also back in school: Dutch
Schultz, ace frosh sprinter last
year . . . Tippy Dyer, letterman
football halfback . . . and Rodney
Hansen, one of the best pole vault
ers in the nation. Hansen vaulted
! 14 feet, 4 inches last year.
| Varoff Won’t Vault
j The entry list for the annual Hill
; Military academy relays has suf
fered one blow after another in the
j past few days. First, Louie Zafn
j perini. Southern Cal’s record-break
ing miler, hurt his leg and was
forced to cancel his appearance,
then Bill Hayward withdrew the
entire Oregon delegation, because
of lack of a track for conditioning
work, and now comes word, via
i Bill Hayward, that George Varoff,
Oregon star of last year and now a
I San Francisco Olympic club main
! stay, hurt his ankle and won’t be
| able to make it.
Scholastic difficulties again have
hit a John Warren team. The frosh
baseball team this time: and it's
Bill Hamel, third baseman, and
Frank Graham, pitcher, who got
hit . . . there is a compensation,
however . . . for enrolled in school
; this term is Stu Fredericks, pitcher
for Silverton’s semipro champs last
year. . . . What a team John ought
to have with Don Kirsch, John Bu
balo, Chuck Clifford, Dutch Reh
berg, Warren Taylor, Fredericks,
and A1 Sorenson, just to mention
(Continued from page one)
gether with faculty representa
tives, will choose four princesses
who will serve in the queen's royal
court during the three days of
pageantry reminiscent of Viennese
life. The music, written by Johann
! Strauss, the waltz king, will carry
the) theme; i’^priggtime. in1
Hyde Art Displayed
A group of He’en Hyde litho- j
graphs, etchings, and aquatints are
being displayed on the first floor
of the museum. The group will not
be changed until all of Miss
Hyde's drawings have been shown.
**«■«*** the Original
NEW LUMINOUS MAKE-UP
Helaine Seager of Hollywood
Used in Technicolor by the leading motion picture
players of Hollywood
Luminous make-up gives you ‘‘chic Elegance
and accents on that “Fresh loung Look
(Courtesy Demonstration by Appointment)
KOLTSCH BEAUTY SALON
972 Willamette Phone 405
(Above Newberry's) Open 8 a.m.-S p.m.
WAY OUT WEST IN OREGON . . .
It's Sportswear Time, picnic time, all outdoors time
—be comfortable in the right kind of sportswear
clothes. And we pause right here to tell you that we
are showing the very attractive styles in Slack Suits
—made of sharkskin, rayon gabardines, covert cloth,
and cliukkerspun (spun rayon and acetate).
Slacks with Inner-outer jackets — solid colors — or
combinations of colors.
You may choose from navy, copen. aqua, rose, wine,
brown, green, and red at $'2.95 to $7.9->.
A pair of new strollers to harmonize in color. Fail'
$1.95 to $2.95.
20-30 East Broadway
THE USUAL $1 SIZE
Grand anti-chapping help, smooth powder base,
comforting body rub—ALL IN ONEI A luscious
creamy-pink Blustery Weather Lotion. Heavenly
soothing on your skin I Grand for hands. Get
several bottles at this double-size value. Stock
up for the sleet-and-snowy weather nowf
scores another HIT!
to briii" your make-up into perfect harmony.
FULL-SIZE LIPSTICK creamy-soft and
indelible as can be.
NE\V FORMULA NAIL POLISH to match
(or harmonize with) your lipstick. A new
"syrupy" lacquer that shines and shines,
and wears and wears.
ELATION FACE POWDER in correct
skin-tone shade related to lipstick and
8A sad WILLAMETTE