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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1941)
Sing to Begin
Women's Quad Set
As Site for Talent
Display by Houses
Junior Weekend a la Arabian
Nights will start with a “bang”
Thursday night at an all-campu3
sing in the women’s guadrangle,
Bob Deverall, assistant general
chairman, announced last night.
The sing will feature participa
tion by every house on the cam
pus, Deverall revealed, and will
start with a snowball rally led
by the University band.
More than a singing program
will be in store for the all-campus
turnout. A talent show, with Joe
Gurley as master of ceremonies,
has also been planned.
Program for the talent show
will include the ATO quintet, the
Gamma Phi Beta trio, impersona
tions by Charles Weisberg, magic
acts tyy Ed Z^’.inski, and the
climax, a debate between John
Cavanagh and Gurley.
Songs which will be sung are
“Mighty Oregon,” “The Pledge
Song,” “As I Sit and Dream at
Evening,” a coast conference
medley, and “Oregon Fight
Members of the various houses
will be “picked up” by the band,
Les Anderson, rally chairman,
announced, and parade on the
way to the sing. Students were
advised to bring blankets on
which to sit.
Offered at Co-op
One thousand additional sheets
of Junior Weekend stationery
will be placed in the Co-op store
today for free distribution to stu
dents who call for it, Pat Perry,
chairman in charge, announced
Comments approving the sta
tionery and praising its attrac
tiveness have been received from
as far east as New York, Miss
Perry revealed. She stated that
the additional copies will be the
Army Calls Crissy
Lt. Col. John W. Crissy, re
cently called to active duty at
Fort Lewis, left the campus May
1 for service with the regulars.
The military science staff of
seven will be maintained with the
addition of Sgt. Ralph C. Burke,
who will work in the clerical de
partment. Sergeant Burke form
erly served with the 17th bom
bardment division at McChord
field. He also served an enlist
ment in Hawaii.
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be allowed to vote for class repre
sentatives. That is to say, a
sophomore, for example, could
vote for representatives from all
He said that no one would be
eligible for nomination from the
floor unless he had filed his in
tention to run or a petition signed
by 50 students with Cavanagh,
together with a certificate of
eligibility’- from the dean of men
or the dean of women. He
stressed the importance of filing
this evidence of eligibility writh
him, allowing sufficient time for
checking of grades in the regis
trar’s office before the nominat
ing assembly today.
The ASUO constitution and by
laws provide that candidates for
positions on the executive com
mittee have earned at least a 2
point during the previous term
for at least 12 hours of work.
All candidates will be elected
preferentially, he said.
YW Will Distribute
The annual four-page YW Co
Edition will be distributed
through members of the YWCA
Friday of this week.
Edited by Corrine Wigness,
sophomore in journalism, this
year’s edition will feature YW
news covering the entire year.
Special features will be the Jun
ior-Senior breakfast which took
place May 4, and the Seabeck
convention on Puget sound which
will take place in June.
According to staff members the
page makeup will differ from that
of previous years.
Members of the staff are Editor
Corrine Wigness, and advertising
manager, Marilyn Marshall. Mil
dred Wilson, Ann Carr, Marjorie
Major, and Jo Ann Supple were
reporters. Assistants to the ad
vertising manager were Jean
Gallo, Marilyn Miller, and Ruth
Prom Ticket Sale
To Begin in Igloo
Tickets for the Junior Prom
will be placed on sale today at
the educational activities office
in McArthur court for the price
of $1 each, Jack Saltzman, dance
chairman, announced last night.
A limit of 800 has been placed
on tickets which will be sold,
Saltzman revealed, as he an
nounced also a special 25-cent re
duction for all third-year men and
women with class cards.
Dr. Heizer Leads
Research work on the Indians
of the Willamette valley is being
carried on by Dr. Robert Heizer,
anthropology instructor, and Bil
lie Crawford and Dick Kahn, ad
vanced anthropology students.
Private collections of Indian rel
ics have been inspected, and sev
eral trips have been made to the
territory around Shedd to dig for
materials. A paper will eventual
ly be written on their findings.
Swing Open Today
The general ban on visiting
hours at the student health ser
vice has been lifted, effective to
day, it was announced Monday.
Although there are still a few
cases of measles and occasional
other cases in isolation who may
not be visited, “the general situa
tion has improved,” it was said,
“to the extent that it seems wise
to permit visiting.”
Regular hours at the health
service are 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to
A Great Show!
with WALLACE BEERY
— plus —
‘A Shot in the Dark’
Starring William Lundigan
Across from Sigma Chi
Cleaning Ph. 3141
To Pick Today
To Draw 29 Sophs
At ASUO Meeting
Twenty-nine of the most out
standing “activity girls” of Ore
gon’s sophomore class this morn
ing will be pledged to Phi Theta
Upsilon, junior women’s honor
ary, at their annual ASUO nom
inating assembly pledging cere
mony. The all-school meeting is
scheduled for 11 o’clock in Ger
The junior women’s honorary,
whose official uniform is the navy
blue skirt, yellow sweater, and
black and white felt emblem, is
primarily concerned with orien
tation of freshman girls and
bringing independent women into
closer union with campus affairs.
“All sophomore women on the
campus are requested to attend
the nominating assembly this
morning,” Miss Steed announced
last night, “in order that the eli
gible candidates may be
Retiring Phi Thetas who finish
their year of activity today in
clude Jean Burt, Bobsie Roehm,
Bette Morfitt, Janet Morris, Max
ine Hansen, Billie Christensen,
Helen Angell, Mary Kay Riordan,
Kathleen Brady, Pauline Pengra,
Hope Hughes, Gerry Walker,
Bette Workman, Eleanor Seder
strom, Betty Plankington, Re
becca Anderson, Pat Salisbury, Jo
Bullis, Nisma Banta, Lois Nord
ling, Phyllis Sanders, Pat Law
son, Michi Yasuit, Mary Peck,
Carol Cook, and Lindi Anderson.
The University of Kentucky is
offering a five-week course in bil
liards for coeds.
KORE to Present
Bob Macdonald will be lead-off
man for tonight’s weekly Stu
dent Forum of the Air, heard at
9:15 o'clock over radio station
The initial solution to the prob
lem of how we should improve
our relations with South America
will be advanced by Macdonald.
Students of the argumentation
and persuasion class will examine
and compare their ideas with the
plan as presented.
John Busterud will act as mod
erator for this program, which is
the eighteenth in the series, pro
duced under the direction of Mr.
Marvin A. Krenk.
During the half-hour program,
two class members, Lillian Davis
and Les Endicott, will conduct a
telephone poll to determine the
size of the listening audience.
Four Profs Read
Papers at Meeting
Four University professors pre
sented papers at the annual meet
ing of the Oregon Psychological
association which met Saturday
on the Linfield college campus.
Dr. H. R. Taylor, head of the
psychology department; Dr. A. H.
Moore, professor of psychology;
and Dr. L. S. Bee, assistant pro
fessor of sociology, were the fac
ulty members who presented pa
Directories of Catholic univer
sity graduates living in every
metropolitan center of the coun
try are being compiled by the uni
versity’s national alumni office.
Alpha Delta Pi sorority will
celebrate its nintieth anniversary
at its convention July 27-July 1
at Hot Springs, Va.
In response to many requests we
have decided to continue our
festival of bargains for a few
You Wall Find
NOTE BOOK FILLERS
The Prices Will Surprise You
Because of pre-Junior Week
end activities it will be impos
sible to hold the WAA initia
tion this evening at 7 o’clock.
However, all girls who have
received invitations are invited
to come next Tuesday at 7
o’clock to alumni hall.
To Klamath Falls ,
Dr. Robert Heizer and Carl
Huffaker of the anthropology de
partment were in Klamath Falls
last Thursday and Friday to pro
tograph and write a report on a
collection of archeological mate
rials from Northwestern Nevada,
owned and collected by Frank A.
Payne of Klamath Falls.
They also collected peat pro
files from lower Klamath lake to
be studied by Dr. H. P. Hanson
of Oregon State college in recon
structing a climatic history of
the region by the identification
of different types of pollen grains
at various levels. This study will
be used in helping to date certain
archaeological sites which were
excavated last summer by Dr. L.
S. Cressmaon of the anthropology
So this is spring term at
the U! . . . Fap! . .
For pitty-witty sakes,
when’s the sun gonna come
out!! . . . Things have been
cookin’, just the same . . .
Jeez, yes . . . Mary Jane Nor
cross, Alpha Chi, ups an mar
ries Bill Moore, Kappa Sigma.
. . . Dorothy Bates, Kappa
alum, announces her engage
ment to George Sweiger, Phi
Delt ditto. . . . Pearl Buckler
takes a Kappa Sig pin . . . and
guess what! . . . even if the
sun isn’t out, the College Side
strawberry sundaes are . . .
The guy who put the “Wil
liam Tell Overture’’ short for
the Hi-Ho Silver song deserves
to have the Lone Ranger after
him. . . . Some wag, no doubt.
. . . . Sigma Kappa’s Mary
Mercier, is a cuite, if we’ve
seen one. . . . John Wood is
undoubtedly the finest lad on
the campus . . . quote John
Wood. . . . Jack Levy, SAE
flyin’ feller, comes back to the
U after graddiation from the
air corps. . . . Peter Mitchell,
who is doing the same, writes
that the first three we:ks he
didn't know what the planes
were for. . . . Gosh, this marble
board is getting to be a men
ace . . . you never see fellows
gathered around a gel the way
they gather around it. . . . In
fact, you never see a fellow
around a gal any more. ... Be
gorry, it’s enough to break you
all up. . . . Between the army
and the marble boards, things
are cornin’ to a pretty pass!
See you on the late marble