Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 23, 1941, Page Two, Image 2

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    Frosh to Secure
Northwest Band
'Big Name' Outfit
Out, Freshman
Committee Says
Frosh Glee committeemen will
not attempt to bring a “big
name” band to Oregon May 24
for the annual frosh dance, Ted
Hallock, Glee orchestra chair
man, announced yesterday.
Decision to secure a northwest
band came after a meeting of
Freshman Class President Jim
Burness, Glee Chairman Oglesby
Young, and Hallock.
Hallock explained the commit
tee's decision by pointing out that
there is a shortage of “big name”
bands in the Northwest this
He also observed that there
have already beep two “big
name” bands at Oregon this year
—Bob Crosby for the senior ball
in January, and Kay Kyser for
the Sigma Delta Chi dance late in
“Time is short,” he declared,
“and we can’t afford to monkey
around. If we are to have a good
band, we have to get it quick.”
At present, committeemen are
considering four northwest bands,
all of which Hallock termed
Possibilities of a "theme dance”
are being investigated by the
committeemen, with an eye to
building a dance around a theme,
rather than featuring a promi
nent orchestra.
Barnett Presents
Paper to Faculty
Dr. Homer Barnett, acting head
of the anthropology department,
presented a paper at the monthly
meeting of the social science fac
ulty Monday night at the Fac
ulty club.
Subject for the paper, which
was based on research work done
during the last several summers
by Dr. Barnett, was “Personal
Conflicts and Cultural Change.”
It concerned the effects of the
meeting of the white and Indian
civilizations, and the changes
brought about in the Indian way
of life by this meeting.
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Law School to Train
For Merchant Match
Webfoots Donate
Over $300 to WSSF
The University’s contribution to
the World Student Service fund,
$324.89, was sent to drive head
quarters in New York Tuesday
by Paul Sutley, executive secre
tary of the campus YMCA.
A sum not yet collected from
fraternities, which raised money
by dessertless dinners will be add
ed to the total later, he stated.
Main sources of contributions
were the University faculty
which gave $89.20, sororities
which gave $54.13 from sale of
WSSF tags ttnd $36.50 from des
sertless dinners, the Rotary club
with a $35.93 contribution, and
fraternities which gave $26.05
gathered from tag sales.
Others contributing wrere Uni
versity church groups, $20.63;
Eugene high school, $13; Noble
lecture, $11.85; campus booths,
$8.75; Moritz desserts, $7.55; and
miscellaneous organizations,
Secretaries Dine
Secretaries of the campus had
a dinner at the Anchorage Tues
day evening at 5:30. These meet
ings take place twice each month,
once for luncheon and once for
dinner. No business matters are
Incorporating much juicy ver
biage in his comments, William
J. Robert, coach of law school
sports, announced Tuesday that
an official challenge is being
It will be authored by the local
legal lights and will be tendered
to the BA school with such cere
mony as befits the annual law
school - BA school baseball game.
The softball game is one of the
main events in connection with
the lawyer’s weekend, May 3 and
4. It will take place Saturday af
ternoon following their parade.
A committee of acceptance is
also being formed in anticipa
tion of victory. A traditional tro
phy is always presented the win
“All positions are pretty much
wide open as yet,” stated Coach
Robert. “Everybody who turns
out will have a chance to play.
Cal Calls McClain
M. F. McClain, store manager
of the University Co-op, left re
cently for a meeting of the West
ern College Bookstore associa
tion in San Francisco April 21,
22, and 23. He will return the end
of the week.
Representatives from college
bookstores on the coast will be
present and they will meet with
representatives from the various
merchandising companies.
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Anthropology Film
A preview of motion picture
films on anthropology, covering
Egypt, North America, Mexico,
and Sumatra will be shown at
the Anthropology club meeting
Thursday night. The meeting is
set for 7:30 in 101 Condon and
will be open to the public.
Weekend Program
Sponsored bg UCU
Oregon’s University Christian
union sponsored the spring con
ference of the Inter-varsity Chris
tian Fellowships at Silver Creek
falls over the weekend and acted
as host to six other college groups
in the state.
Highlights of Saturday’s pro
gram included addresses by Her
bert Butt and Miss Virginia
Haines, secretaries of the IVCF,
and James A. Stewart, director of
the European evangelistic cru
sade. A five-mile hike around the
falls took up the whole recreation
period in the afternoon.
Reports of their work were
given at the banquet by grdup
leaders from Oregon, Oregon
State, Monmouth College of Edu
cation, Willamette university, Al
bany college, the University Med
ical school, and Multnomah col
lege. A bonfire “sing-spiration”
climaxed the day.
The first session on Sunday
took the form of men’s and wo
men’s discussions led by Mr. Butt
and Miss Haines. In the outdoor
amphitheater Dr. B. B. Sutcliffe
of Portland gave three fitting
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