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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1941)
Be Something, Says
Toad\ Then Buy Suit
By JOEY CHRYSTALL,
“My mind is made up, Toad—do you know what I’m going to do?”
Daphne spoke with sudden determination.
Toad jumped. “No, what?” she said timidly. “Another anti-hash
campaign ? Gosh, that would be good, Daff—remember how you used
to say ‘No more mangled meals,’ and ‘I DON’T love a mystery!’ ”
Toad’s eyes shone as she recalled the glorious days of the past.
Daphne was impatient. “This
Is serious, you ape . . . the fact
is, I am going to buy a spring
“Oh, a spring suit.”
“That's what I said.”
“That’s what I thought you
“That’s what I . . . TOAD!”
Daphne clutched her brow fe
verishly. “What color am I going
“If that’s all that’s bothering
you, you are lucky . . .” Toad
said ominously. “IF you are a
senior, and you are, you have
more than that to worry about.
What are you going to do when
they let you out of here?”
Daphne pondered. “Well, I- . .”
Don’t Resemble Food
“Don’t know.” Toad finished
briskly. "On that simple question
everything, one might say the
choice of your suit, depends. For
instance, if you are going to be
a zoo attache, you will want to
resemble any form of nourish
ment as little as possible. Also,
you will want a costume which
does not show the dirt, in case
some animal straightens your col
lar for you, or something. Now,
if you were going to work in an
office, your problem would be
“I can see that.”
“You’re getting quite intelli
gent, Daphne. Well, as I was
saying, in an office one wants
variety. You want a suit the ap
appearance of which can be
Taboo on 13
Thirteenth year of business
of The Broadway, Inc., Eugene
department store, is celebrated
with a complete modernization
of the store front.
Two front entrances were
unified and a new neon sign
spelling out “The Broadway,
Inc.” in three-foot letters was
changed each day. One day you
take out the sleeves and insert
sleeves of cerise cheesecloth. The
next day the sleeves may be
worn around the neck, casually
knotted like a scarf—no cracks,
or you could tie them around
your waist. Another day, the la
pels are removed, the lapels of
green velveteen are zipped on.
The possibilities for tjhis kind
of ensemble are endless. With a
lace collar, it is delightful for
tea; with a golf bag slung grace
fully over the shoulder . .
“Didn’t you have to meet some
body at four?” Daphne inter
“Gosh, yes . . . I’m sorry I
can’t help you any more now, but
ask me any time, Daff . .
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the other day.
She went down
to the kitchen
The cook had put
the egg in a pan
in a warm spot
and shrieked when
it was going to he
She left the cook and
Next morning before
there was a
in our kitchen.
The cook showed us a
in a box.
How did that
A “button - down - the -
front” dress softened by
rows of Venice edging
and topped by a Peter
Pan collar of white
Real College Spirit
By LOIS HULSER
The library's going to be a ghost castle this weekend as the Ducks
give next year’s freshman class a taste of “happy carefree college
days.’’ For theater-goers “Tovarich” is playing Friday eve in Johnson.
Not everyone can get in the University theater so movies and the
park are on Friday's dating list.
Saturday night the Order of the O is giving a real college dance——
informal, campus entertainment,
Joe College spirit. They’re giving
a couple of the dozens of loving
cups that are passed around each
The Easter bunny isn’t the only
one that’s going to have whiskers,
(The Whiskerino’s coming up)
for the Easter breakfast this year
when both men and women’s or
ganizations sponsor their annual
We Eat, Too
Desserts for the week include:
Tuesday, Alpha Phi-Kappa Sig
ma; last night, Alpha Tau Ome
ga-preference; Chi Psi-Delta Del
ta Delta; Delta Gamma-Delta
Upsilon; Kappa Sigma-Gamma
Phi Beta; Hendricks-Kirkwood
Co-op; Campbell Co-op-Hilyard
house; Susan Campbell-Theta
Chi; Sigma Phi Epsilon-Alpha
Chi Omega; Alpha Gamma Delta
Canard club; Alpha Omicron Pi
Sigma Nu; Phi Delta Theta-Chi
Omega; Kappa Alpha Theta-Sig
ma Chi; Phi Kappa Psi-Pi Beta
Phi; Sigma Kappa-Sigma Alpha
Mu and Kappa Kappa Gamma
Phi Gamma Delta.
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pound freshman at Ohio State
university, wears size shoes that
are 16 inches long and nearly 6
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