Song Contest Goes to Delts, Gamma Phis Cup Awards Start As Annual Prizes At Lemon Squeeze Delta Tau Delta and Gamma Phi Beta won first places for men’s and women’s living organ izations competing in the all campus sing contest which took place in conjunction with the Order of the O’s “Lemon Squeeze’’ Saturday night. Don Hicks led the Delts with the arrangements by Bob Chil cote of “Blue Moon,’’ “Pioneer Song,’’ and “Cloe.” John Stark Evans, Oregon graduate, wrote “Pioneer Song.” The Gamma Phis were led by Jean Burt in singing “Caprice Viennois,” “Pigger’s Serenade,” and "Indian Prayer.” "Pigger’s Serenade” was written by Fred Beardsley, an Oregon student. Trophies were awarded by Janet Goresky, president of Pan helienic, and “Dutch” Rohwer, head of Interfraternity council. Judges who selected the winning house were Mr. Halfred Young and Mr. George Hopkins of the music school faculty, and Mr. Wayne Akers, member of the Eugene Gleemen. Coins were tossed to determine the order of the house to sing. Judges choose Pi Beta Phi and Delta Gamma as second place winners of the competing wo men’s houses. Phi Delta Theta and Sigma Nu were judged sec ond and third of the men's houses. Auto Mishaps Hit (Continued front page one) out from Florida the band truck overturned, injuring the drummer with the Morgan crew and ruin ing most of the instruments. The next thing that happened, Porozoff chuckled here, was that Morgan’s own car burned and with it went all of Morgan’s clothing so that the maestro ar rived in Hollywood with but a pair of slacks and an old sweater to his name. Three of Morgan's featured musicians landed in hospitals with the flu and Phyllis Lynne, lovely vocalist, developed laryn gitis. . . . But the boys rallied and the band opened on schedule at the Palladium, million -dollar nitery in the film capital. Literal When Russ Morgan was asked how he liked all these mishaps, a few days ago, he remarked, "Bro ther, when I passed through a small town in Arizona and saw myself billed as ‘Russ Morgan and his famous music in the MORBID manner,’ I wasn’t a bit sur prised.’’ The jinx continues though, as Porozoff’s car wyas wrecked on the way to Spokane, and one other car was damaged on the way from Spokane to Seattle. Arrangements are now being made to have Russ Morgan judge the Whiskerino contest, together with the aid of local barbers. An other surprise will be the ap pearance of the Gamma Phi quar tet which wall do its interpreta tion of Morgan’s famous theme "Does Your Heart Beat for Me?" UNIVERSITY BUSINESS COLLEGE SHORTHAND—TYPEWRITIN G COMPLETE BUSINESS COURSES Edward L. Ryan, B.S., LL.B., Mgr. 860 Willamette, Eugene Phone 2761-M Wednesday to See YMCA's Assemblg YMCA’s spring assembly is Wednesday night at 7:30 in the “Y” hut, Paul Sutley, executive secretary, announced yesterday. Music comes in the form of group singing led by Williston Wirt, trio numbers by the Alpha Chi Omega sorority trio, and solos by Sidney Sinclair, baritone. Dr. Quirinus Breen, assistant professor of social science and history, will talk on “Christianity and the College Man.” Two short talks, one by G. Bernhard Fedde, Eugene lawyer, and Bob Lovell, retiring “Y” president, will round out the talk'ng for the evening. Officers for the coming year will be installed in a service dur ing the meeting. Refreshments will close the evening’s program of events. Westminster Vote Due This Sunday, Names of students recommend ed by the nominating committee to lead the Westminster group during the next year are now posted in Westminster house. Elections will be held Sunday. Members may make nominations from the floor at that time. Those suggested for offices are: president, Kay Daugherty; vice-president, Ruth Sprecher; treasurer, Cam Collier; secretary, Eunice Cable; morning group, Nathan Edwards, Relta Powell. Foru mleaders: Francis Doran, Vincent Yardum; workship, Flor ence Anderson; drama, Erma Scott; music, Doris Jones, Edwin Mickel; social, Wendell Jensen, Dick Loomis; Sunday social chairman, Eleanor Seeley. Lions Club Review Scheduled Friday The annual Lions club amateur show to be presented by the Eu gene club Friday evening in Mc Arthur court will take the form of a talent review. Opening is set for 8 p.m. Funds from the show this year will go to provide recreational facilities and gifts for Lane coun ty boys in Fort Lewis, to aid the blind in the Eugene vicinity, and as a contribution to other char itable work carried on by the or ganization. Prices are 50 cents for gen eral admission and 75 cents for reserved seats. Ex-Oregon Prof Wins Fellowship Arthur J. Marder, professor of European history at the Univer sity fi'om winter term of 1937 until the end of spring term 1938, recently was awarded a Guggen heim fellowship. This year 85 fellowships were awarded to outstanding Ameri can writers and painters. The Guggenheim foundation gives each individual $2,500 to be free for a year to write a novel, paint a picture, or examine a star. McNeil to Play (Continued from page one) sponsored by Pi Delta Phi, French honorary. Tickets may be purchased from members of the romance languages department and from Jack Power, president of the honorary. Plaudits were received Satur day night by Jerry Lakefish for his interesting portrayal of the quaint, queer Martellau, and by Dorothy Durkee for her amusing characterization of Louise, the cook. The University box office in Johnson hall is open. The tele phone number is 3300, extension 216. Annabelle to Feast On Oysters, Tablets By JOHNNIE KAHANANUI If Queen Annabelle and her court of lovely princesses simply abhor clams and oysters, the fair coeds will eat ’em anyway and grin as though the gooey little creatures are real delicacies. If they haven’t tasted no-doz tab lets, they can borrow a few from Genii Brown and Buck Buchwach, general promotion chairmen of Junior weekend, and grimace as the abominable pellets catch in their throats. If they’re all looking for crowds, they won’t have to, for today the University of Oregon’s Junior Weekend crew begins plowing through their first round of hectic activity. The group will be the University’s official dele gation in Eugene's first navy day celebration and parade. Boat Ride This evening at 5 o’clock Queen Annabelle and her princesses— Barbara Neu, Jean Burt, Helen Angell, and Barbara Todd — spruce up as gay “sailorettes” and ride in yacht-like floats towed along in a nautical parade. Buck Buchwach undresses for promotion of the May weekend and dons a sea-weed sarong. As King Neptune I, Buchwach will climb aboard a float, grip Nep tune’s proverbial three-pronged spear, and glide along in the pro cession with all the dignity due his office. Procession At noon tomorrow an official delegation of eight cars wheels out of Eugene and rolls toward Mapleton, “Admiral” Chet Good’s ark trundling along behind. At ———— Mapleton the group will gorge itself on clams and oysters for about an hour. Comes 2:30 p.m.. Queen Anna bell, amid the pomp and cere mony attending all ship christen ings, wafts up to “Admiral” Good’s boat poised on the ramp there and bashes a bottle of milk off its prow just before the ship skids down the ways and splash es into the water. The crew will remain in Maple ton for all official functions dur ing the day, returning to Eugene and the University only after they’re thoroughly worn out. Concert Raises $212 For British Benefit A sum of $212.50 will be sent to the aid of a children’s hospital in the heart of bomb-ridden Lon don “immediately,” announced Mrs. Everett Harpham, chairman of the Eugene branch of Bundles for Britain. This sum was raised in the re cent benefit concert featuring Pianist Jane Thacher of the mu sic at Willamette university. Dr. Smith to Attend Geologists' Confab Dr. Warren D. Smith, head of the geology and geography de partments, will leave Wednesday for Stanford university to attend meetings of the Cordilleran sec tion of the Geological Society of America there Friday and Satur day. Dr. Smith is scheduled to present a paper which he has Job Talks Start On Wednesday Personnel Heads To Give Interviews For Work-Hunters Wednesday is going to be field day for University students look ing for jobs. Miss Janet Smith, employment secretary, has an nounced the presence on the cam pus for that day of three per sonnel representatives interested in securing future employees here. Howard Davis, superintendent of Lipman, Wolfe, and company in Portland, and one or two assistants, will interview men and women students in rooms 103 and 104 Commerce, starting at 10 o’clock. Two interviewers will be in the employment office. J. F. Smiley, district manager of the Proctor and Gamble distributing com pany, Seattle, Washington, will be looking for men to fill posi tions in that company. Contacts can be made through the employ ment office of the school of busi ness office. The Puget Sound Power and Light company is sending its per sonnel officer, General H. G. Win sor, here Wednesday to seek stu dents interested and capable of working in that company. He will also be interviewing in the em ployment office. written on the Wallowa moun tains. Dr. L. W. 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