VOLUME XLII UNIVERSITY OF OREGON NUMBER 119 , EUGENE, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1941 COURT'S IN SESSION tyueeu /iiiiiaoeue Dow, center, meets with her court of four Junior Weekend princesses to discuss plans for the coming regal days, May 8 to 11. Princesses standing are, from left, Barbara Neu, Jean Burt, Barbara Todd, and Helen Angell. Junior Weekend Garb Coeds to Go Oriental By JOANNE NICHOLS Colorfully carrying out the “Arabian Nights” theme will be the campus coed’s uniform Junior Weekend costume, which will consist of a bright peasant skirt with a contrasting sash, a full-sleeved blouse, and perhaps gay costume jewelry to suggest an Oriental atmosphere. The Junior Weekend court will have two official outfits, an informal one for daytime wear and more formal attire for evening. Dressed in true Arabian style will be the prime minister, escorts, and other important male members of the court, whose garb will out-sultan any Oriental potentate, Indian rajah, or Persian shah. Phi Theta Upsilon, junior wo men’s service honorary, in charge of the uniform dress, will visit all houses Friday and Saturday noons to explain the tradition and emphasize the importance of con forming to it. Members of the traditions com mittee in charge of tradition en forcement and renew'al are Mary Schedler and Elliot Wilson, co chairmen, Boyd Lee, John Schreiner, and Ben Wohler. A field trip to Mary’s peak, near Corvallis, is planned for the general geology class Sunday. The group will leave at 8:30 Sun day and return about 5 p.m. Anyone interested is invited to go on the trip, but each must ar range for his own transportation. Each student will need a lunch and a pair of rough shoes for the excursion. Stitzer Would Prefer to See Leap by Court Kent Stitzer, Emerald news ed itor, demands “man-bites-dog” news, and nothing less than that impresses him. When someone commented what a good story it was to have Les Steers, Oregon's famed high jumper, jump over the Junior Weekend court, Stitzer only grunted. “Huh!” he scoffed. “The good stunt would be to have the Junior Weekend court jump over Les Steers.” Bill Hayward is being consult ed. A Greek yase of the early fourth century B. C. has been placed above the bronze tablet in the Burgess collection room on the first floor of the library. Psgch Association Schedules Meet Scheduled for today at Linfield college is the annual meeting of the Oregon Psychological associa tion, which is an organization for psychiatrists, psychology teach ers, and anyone else interested in the psychological aspects of so ciety. Presenting papers at the con ference will be Dr. H. R. Taylor chology department, Dr. L. S. and Dr. A. R. Moore of the psy Bee of the sociology department, and Dr. Homer Barnett, acting head of the anthropology depart ment. Monroe Shelley will pre sent the talk and films for which he was awarded first prize at the student science conference last Saturday. He will be assisted by Ula Weight. Dr. L. F. Beck, associate pro fessor of psychology, and Abra ham Carp, W. A. Cass, and J. M. Leiman, graduate assistants, as well as several psychology stu dents, are also planning to attend the all-day meeting. The annual YWCA co-edition will be distributed during Junior Weekend this year. It will feature the YW news of all year. A week of good cycling can be had around the Youth Hostel “loop.” The route covers points both inland and on the coast. Sophomores Adopt ’Bargain Class Dues Class of '44 Nominates Four for Officers; Candidates Include Mary Ellen Smith, Pat Cloud, Frances Cox. Spencer Weills The sophomore class grabbed the 10-cent class card bandwagon Friday afternoon and voted to adopt the "bargain” class dues pro posal. Nominations for next year’s class leaders were also made at this time. The plan, approved earlier this year by the ASUO executive com mittee, was presented by President Bud Vandeneynde in an effo: t to Harmony Queen Wendy To Start Reign Over Law Fete Big White Charger Bearing Courtiers Will Head Parade By MARY WOLF With pomp, circumstance, and all that sort of truff Wendell Wyatt will officially begin his reign over the annual law school weekend festivities today. The place is the steps in front of Fen ton hall. The time is 1 o'clock. If there isn't a long dry spell between now and 1 p.m., it prom ises to be a very wet time. After Queen Wendy is crowned and Prexy Charlie A. Phipps inaugur ated, the lawyers will line their floats and band in parade forma tion. All the court will ride on a big white horse followed by the law school faculty in their floats. Orlando "Honest John” Hollis will be in a special sulky of his own. March to Refreshments Led by Drum Majorette Judge Jeannette Thatcher the barristers et a.1 will march down Thirteenth, stop at Newt's Pub for their an nual refreshments, and go on up Alder to Fifteenth. All the sorority houses en route will receive special attention from the lawyers who will be marching in a body with the (Please turn to payc hoc) Women's Edition We work like fiends And toil till late Inspired by the words "We'l! celebrate!” Two o’clock comes We’re not quite through There's still a story And a proof to do. At last we’re done WTiat was it we said? Oh, I remember, "Let's go to bed!” E.J.B “reach a compromise with the- int dependents’’ and to “establisB* class spirit and harmony.’’ Wimberly Leads Opposition Forces opposing- lowering th® price of voting privileges wei© led by End Wimberly who asne<§ that the measure be tabled until next year. No opposition was offered to» the four names to appear on Thursday's ballot. Nominations were: Pat Cloud, president; Fran ces Cox. vice-president; Maiy Ellen Smith, secretary; arxf Spencer Weills. Additional Nominations Further nominations may t>© made by presenting a petition signed by 25 sophomores to John Cavanagh by Monday noon, ac cording to the president. Because of the ample funds in the treasury, President Vanden cynde suggested a class party sophomores. Complete arrange ments will be announced late* and the date was tentatively set for “three weeks.” * ► Petitions Due Sunday by UO Office Seekers i Mass Assembly Set by Cavanagh For Nominations Nominations for elective posi-* tions on the ASUO executive committee, including the six ncv/ class representatives, will be madid at a student b<?dy assembly at 31 o’clock Tuesday in Gerlinger hall,, according to John Cavanagh, first, vice-president. Elections will bd held Thursday. Candidates for all offices must submit a declaration of intention to run and certificate of eligtbil-* ity from either the deans of mert or women's office to Cavanagh byj midnight Sunday. Eligibility requirements ad stated in the ASUO constitution demand that aspirants for stu*« dent body offices must have a two-point GPA. Candidates IdU ASUO offices of president, first and second vice-presidents, and (Please turn to f>ae/c tzvo) Women Will Attend Sunday Breakfast By ANN CARR About 30 years ago, in the home of Dr. P. L. Campbell, then president of the University, the first annual junior-senior women breakfast was held. Mrs. Campbell, in cooperation with the advisory board of tho YWCA, began the tradition, way back while skirts were still long, when she decided to honor the graduating women and their jun ior class escorts, on a May day morning. This year, skirts are definitely more brief, but the annual Li oak-* fast has grown rather than shrunk, so that it will be heldl in the Osbum hotel to:.:.l. row morning at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Jane Thacher, p . afessor of piano, will be guest tpea.kei% on the topic of "Music as „ Fart of Our Life Philosophy.’’ Other speakers on the. p. g aoat will be Lois Nordling, Je.. and Mrs. E. E. DeCou. Reservations may be made byf calling Marilyn Marshall, and tickets may he bought at thc( door for 50 cents.