Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 27, 1940, Page Seven, Image 7

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    Oregon Mothers
To Be Honored
With Serenade
Terrace Dance
Set as Feature
Of Junior Weekend
Plans have been completed, ac
cording to Junior Weekend com
mittee heads, to present the Uni
versity concert band at "Sunlight
Serenade,1’ a musical program for
Oregon mothers to be held Satur
day afternoon, May 11. The Ore
gon concert band, in the opinion
of Hex Underwood, director of the
University symphony orchestra, is
the best musical group of its kind
on the Pacific Coast.
Members of three committees
have been appointed, John Cava
nagh, promotion chairman, stated
yesterday. Doris Ann Neely and
Stan Staiger will prepare the pro
gram for "Sunlight Serenade.”
Marjorie McLean and Gleeson
Payne are in charge of arrange
ments for the terrace dance, to be
held on the library terrace Satur
day afternoon, May 11. This pro
gram will be constructed s© as to
reflect the enthusiasm and gaiety
typical of Viennese life, Cavanagh
said.
The Junior weekend Traditions!
committee is a new committee this
year. Their job, Cavanagh stated,
will be to inform the freshmen of
their "duties” during the weekend,
and to inform all organizations
taking part in the activities dur
ing the three days. The general
idea will be to incorporate all the
traditions that have become inte
gral parts during 50 years of
Junior Weekends into the 1940 pro
gram. Don Turner and Herb Bar
bur were appointed to serve as co
chairmen on this committee.
Hair to Change
(Continued from page one)
titian haired coed, 79 cents will
cover the cost of the evening’s en
tertainment. Blondes will set their
escorts back 89 cents. Brunettes
top them all with 99 cents.
Musical College
A Kay Kyser-styled musical
quiz, based on the musical Kol
lege of Knowledge program, will
also be a feature of the dance. Each
person attending may submit ques
tions concerning dance bands, and
during the dance five volunteers
will test their musical knowledge
by attempting to answer the ques
tions.
One dollar will be awarded the
entrants for every question they
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answer. If they do not answer the
question, the submitter of the
question will receive a dollar.
Billboards and national adver
tisina ideas will provide the deco
ration theme, and Maurie Binford's
orchestra will play.
Dr. Dudley Speaks
A. G. Dudley, assistant profes
sor of business administrator,
spoke on democracy at a meeting
of the Commercial Women's club
in Salem yesterday.
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