Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 25, 1941, Page Two, Image 2

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    Phipps Elected
To Head Law
Student Body
Olmstead, Wiener
Also Win Positions
In Annual Ballot
By unanimous ballot Chuck
Phipps, Leon Olmstead, and Nor
man Wiener were chosen presi
dent, vice-president, and secre
tary-treasurer, respectively, of
the law school student body at
an election yesterday.
Phipps, replacing Jack Hay,
will be inaugurated at a cere
mony in connection with the law
school weekend, May 3 and 4.
Queen of the lawyer’s celebra
tion will be Wendell Wyatt, who
beat out Don Richardson and Bob
Recken by a large majority. The
two losers were named princesses
of “Winsome Wennie’s’’ court.
Meyer Kroopnick, Dick Phillip
pi, John Winkler, Robert Carmi
chael, and James Buell were des
ignated water-warmers. They
will function at the weekend as
pre-heaters of the mill-race be
fore the queen is dunked.
Jeanette Hafner was named as
barber to shave the head of
“Queen" Wendell at his inaugur
ation. She will be assisted by all
able-bodied members of the stu
dent body.
Practice Game
Bob Recken, general chairman
of the weekend, announced a
practice softball game with Kap
pa Alpha Theta for next Tues
day at 4 p.m.
The parade committee, headed
by Don Richardson, announced
the selection of Jeanette Thatch
er, Mary Wormser, Helen Clarke,
Ross Perry, and Jeanette Hafner
as drum majorettes. The band at
present consists of four instru
ments, three clarinets and a flute,
but the committee is sure of a
wider variety before the parade.
Purple Geni Leer
From Stationery
Four thousand purple geni leer
ing from that many turquoise
backgrounds further carry out
Men Look Alive
As Coeds Plan
May Skirmish
The members of Mortar Board
today issued a warning to aspir
ing men about the campus to be
on good behavior at least until
May 17, for that is the date set
for their annual girl-date-boy
dance, to be held in McArthur
Art Holman and his 11-piece
band have been signed to play
for the affair, it was announced
by Joanne Riesch, general chair
Miss Riesch appointed the fol
lowing committees to make prep
arations for the dance:
Decorations, Marge McLean;
programs, Aida Brun; tickets,
Betty Buchanan; patrons, Donna
Ketchum, and publicity, Sally
Hair-stylist Speaks
On New Coiffures
Care of the hair and hair styl
ing were the subjects of a talk
given by Miss Imola Mitchell,
hairstylist, to a meeting of the
clothing selection class in Ger
linger Tuesday night.
Illustrating with living mod
els, she described the new trends
in hair styles, which mainly fol
low the inspirations of old stat
ues, Roman styles, and seven
teenth-century paintings.
However, the trend is toward
“what looks well on you, not fads
or the current rave in New York,’’
Miss Mitchell said.
She discussed the best sham
poos and hair health, emphasiz
ing the part that vitamins and
correct food play in hair beauty.
the Arabian Night’s theme in the
official junior weekend station
Designed by Don Shirley, fresh
man art major, it will be used for
all of the weekend’s official cor
Bob Deverell, assistant general
chairman of junior weekend, will
be in charge of distributing the
stationery and envelopes to the
living organizations today.
Are you “IRONED-OUT”
by Mid-afternoon?
DllOWN mid-aft
ernoon f a t i g u o
with a cool, vital
izing glass of
S C 1 E N T I S T S
SAY: “When one
is tired, one should
eat to replenish
the fuel supply
consumed in me
tabolism.” MlLlv
is a perfect food.
Milk will do the
For ‘A-l’ Dairy Products, call 638
o o
Eugene Farmers’
568 Olive Creamery Eugene
Group to Attend
Science Meet
Students, Faculty
To Leave Saturday
For Annual Confab
A number of faculty members
and students will leave Saturday
morning to participate in the an
nual student science conference
at Linfield college in McMinn
At the morning session, begin
ning at 9:30, Dr. A. H. Kunz, as
sociate professor of chemistry,
will speak on meteors and meteor
ites. In the afternoon the group
will be divided into several sec
tions, with student papers being
presented in competition for priz
es. Dr. L. F. Beck, associate psy
chology professor, will be one of
the judges, and A1 Carp, James
Goffard, and William Cass, grad
uate psychology students, will
present papers. Ula Weight and
Monroe Shelley, seniors in psy
chology, will show a film, "Adap
tive Behavior in Golden-Mantled
Ground Squirrels." Wilbur E.
Greenup, graduate assistant in
geography, will be chairman of
the geology and psychology
Saturday evening there will be
a banquet followed by a meeting
of student delegates, to arrange
for next year’s conference. There
will be an evening program with
speakers and entertainment.
Highlighting the conference
will be a paper, “Fluorescent
Light and Its Applications," to
be given by Jack Dement, co
Crissg Conducts
Drill for Last Time
For the last time acting in his
capacity of University military
staff officer, Lt. Col. J. W. Crissy
conducted the regimental drill of
Oregon’s ROTC unit Thursday
A communication from Wash
ington summoned Colonel Crissy
to active duty at Fort Lewis be
ginning about May 1. Over 900
officers and men passed in re
view and then stood at attention
while the colonel reviewed the
troops following the regular
Thursday parade.
Col. R. M. Lyon, head of the
military department, indicated
that since there Will be no com
petition with the Oregon State
unit this year, the rest of the
term will be devoted to parades
on the home field and training
graduating officers in the hand
ling of troops.
By the latter part of the term,
Colonel Lyon said, public exhibi
tions will be given on the local
drill area for the benefit of vis
itors. Officers and men alike in
dicated that a marked improve
ment has been made in the pa
rades and the colonel said that
the results of this year’s training
are “something to be proud of.’’
author of a recently published
book on that subject.
Students interested are invit
ed to attend the conference. Reg
istration will begin at 8 Satur
day morning on the Linfield cam
pus. Anyone in need of transpor
tation may contact Wilbur
Greenup in Condon hall some
time Friday.
Gamma Phi Beta,
Phi Delta Thetas
Sing Over KOBE
Gamma Phi Beta sorority and
Phi Delta Theta fraternity cho
ruses sang on the University Stu
dent hour, broadcast over KORE
last night at 8:15.
The Gamma Phi Beta group,
under the direction of Jean Burt,
sang “An Indian Prayer” and
“Piggers’ Serenade,” written by
Fred Beardsley, University stu
dent. The quartet (Elizabeth
Steed, Jean Burt, Peggy Myll,
and Fran Roth) sang “The Way
You Look Tonight.”
Phi Delta Theta was directed
by Les Ready, singing “Drums of
Phi Delta Theta,” “Friendship,”
and “Phi Delta Theta, We Love
Vary Your
Drop in today to see
these colorful new skirts.
They are cool, comfort
able—the very thing for
campus wear.
1004 Will. St. Phone 633
Better Hurry!
Only 4 Weekends Left
To Enter the Emerald-Hendershott
Trout Fishing Contest
Any person that is registered as a student or mem
ber of the faculty or staff of the University of Ore
gon may enter the 1941 EMERALD-HENDEK
The contest officially opens April 18, 1941 and closes
at 6 p.m., May 19, 1941.
This trout fishing contest is limited to RAINBOW
TROUT only. As many entries as desired may be
entered by the contestant.
All entries must be delivered, registered, and weighed
at HENDERSHOTT’S, 770 Willamette Street, Eu
gene, Oregon.
The prize of a $5.00 (five dollar) fly fishing rod will
be awarded on May 21, 1941 to the individual regis
tering the largest and heaviest RAINBOW TROUT.
Decision of the judges will be final. Duplicate prizes
will be awarded in case of a tie.
Win the
Fly Rod
1 A new $5.00 Fly Fishing
Rod from Hendershott’s
will be awarded to the
contestant entering t li e
I biggest rainbow trout.
Watch the
for more details