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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1941)
To the Editor:
Thursday’s all student body
elections, the largest ever held
on the campus, were invalidated
after Tiger Payne turned in a pe
tition to the judiciary committee
protesting some technicality.
Tiger Payne is president of the
student body. It is his duty to
see that the machinery for the
elections is properly set up and
properly run off. If he knew that
something was wrong within the
election it was his duty and re
sponsibility to see that the wrong
was corrected before the election,
instead of throwing the ballots
out of the window.
How about it?
Signed: Lee Flatberg
Fred O. May
compete for four trophies to be
given to the best horsemen Sat
urday afternoon at the fair
grounds at the first annual Uni
versity of Oregon student horse
show. The show will be held as
part of the events arranged for
mothers in Eugene for the Junior
Weekend celebration on the cam
According to Major H. L. To
bin, instructor at the Eugene rid
ing school which is sponsoring
the occasion, the show will in
clude 10 events and include all
classes given by the school.
Jumping exhibitions and drills
will be among the attractions.
Judging will be made of stu
dent riders by pairs and by hand
and seat class. On the commit
tee of judges, awarding ribbons
and trophies, will be Dean R. W.
Leighton of the school of physical
education, Paul R. Washke, pro
fessor of education, Captain H.
W. Hall of the University mili
tary department, and Mrs. J.
Admission for the show, which
starts at 1:30 p.m., is by tickets
which may be obtained from stu
dents. Tickets are free of charge.
(Continued from page four)
ricks hall so much, he is sup
posedly seeing his sister but he
always asks for someone else.
. . . See around the campus, and
returning for Junior Weekend
have been Les Harger and the
Mrs. who is remembered as B. J.
Foulke, Gamma Phi. . . . Pat
Kelty, Alpha Chi up for Junior
Weekend also Harvey Barley,
Phi Delt. . . .
(Continued from page one)
Bone-toting Asklepiads parad
ed in surgical masks and gowns,
showing off their pre-medical
pledges, Arthur Berg, Warren
Moe, John Powers, William Kub
ler, Gerald Heustis, Jack Cole,
Tyra Huchens, Dr. A. L. Aider
man, William Snell, Chandler
Smith, Robert Young, William
Holst, Roger Flanagan, and Arne
Following the pledge rituals,
Prime Minister Cullen Murphy
crowned Annabelle Dow as Junior
Weekend queen. The queen and
her court marched to the corona
tion stage under saluting sabers
of Scabbard and Blade members,
Many University of Oregon
Students Are Working Their
from the famous Solomon R. Gug
genheim collection will be held
over in the little art gallery of
the University art building until
after May 11, as an added feature
in the Junior Weekend program.
There is no charge for admission.
This group, originally shown
in New York City* contains rare
pieces by Vasily Kandinsky and
Rudolf Bauer, recognized by au
thorities as the two greatest
names in modern non-objective
Founds Russian Academy
Kandinsky, the original creator
of lyrical non-objective painting,
founded the Russian Academy of
Arts and Sciences. He was born
in Moscow, but now lives in Paris.
Acclaimed as the outstanding
master of modern non-objective
painting, Rudolf Bauer is the
creator of the more dramatic
type of non-objective art. Born in
Lindenwald, Poland, Bauer was
an early student of Kandinsky’s.
According to authorities of the
Guggenheim Foundation, New
York, these new schools of paint
ing have arisen to "reaffirm the
essential value of design to aes
thetic expression,” and to pro
test against the tendency since
the Renaissance toward extreme
Baroness Hilla Rebay, director
of the Guggenheim non-objective
collection, writes, ‘‘the non-ob
jective picture stands by itself
as an intensely free creation,
conceived out of the intuitive feel
ing of space and the vital joy in
the rhythmic essence of balance."
Both the lyric and the epic
schools of non-objctive art are
represented in the exhibit now
showing at the University Art
W. F. G. Thacher
Will Speak on an
at the Pacific Advertising Clubs
association’s annual (convention
in Santa Barbara, June 29 to
way through college—but very
few accomplish this feat by
Bill Bishop, freshman in jour
nalism, is a bona fide profession
al magician, and at the pre-Jun
ior Weekend rally last night he
“strutted his stuff.”
He will again be featured dur
ing intermission of the Canoe Fete
Started as Hobby
“I started doing magic just
like other fellows do photography,
or some other hobby,” explained
Bill. “I’ve done pretty good at it,
too. I’ve made over $100 since
“When did I start doing mag
ic? Oh, about 11 years ago. I
did my first professional act at
15,” he confided.
Bill has done shows for many
clubs and organizations through
out the state. A large, leather
bound scrap-book contains letters
of recommendation and apprecia
tion from many of these organi
The general subject for discus
sion will be "Advancement of
Business and Advertising.” Pro
fessor Thacher originated the
first education department con
vention ever held in the P.A.C.A.
some years ago.
President of the P.A.C.A. is
Don Belding, who is vice-presi
dent of Lord and Thomas, adver
tising agency. Mr. Belding is an
Oregon graduate, and father of
Don Belding Jr., University
Services Will Be
held in nearly all Eugene church
es Sunday morning, it was an
nounced yesterday by Junior
A part of the weekend pro
gram, the Eugene churches were
understood to be cooperating with
University activity men to best
entertain the mothers of Univer
sity students while they are in
The majority of the services
will be held at 11 a.m., and dinner
will follow in most living organ
izations at 1 p.m.
Room 5, Journalism Bldg.
Ten words minimum accepted.
First insertion 2c per word.
Subsequent insertions l.c per word.
Flat rate 37c column inch.
Frequency rate (entire term) :
35c per column inch one time a week,
34c per column inch twice or more a
Ads will be taken over the telephone on
a charge basis if the advertiser is a
subscriber to the phone.
Mailed advertisements must have suffi
cient remittance enclosed to cover
definite number of insertions.
Ads must be in Emerald business office
no later than 6 p.m. prior to the day
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“A GOOD SCHOOL”
A. E. Roberts, President
Prepares you for a
there are positions.
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Thursday are now ashes.
They were never counted. Bal
lot boxes remained locked until
Law School Dean Wayne L.
Morse, chairman of the judiciary
committee, opened them and
threw the ballots into the fire
place in his office in Fenton hall.
This was in accordance with
instructions from the judiciary
committee, which provided that
the ballots would be seized and
placed in a safe place” until such
time as they could be delivered
to the office of the chairman of
the committee, where in due
course of time and without any
counting' of said ballots, they
would be destroyed by burning.”
next year were announced last
night by Lou Torgeson, president
of the Class of ’42. They are:
Bob Cherney, president; Pat
Lawson, vice-president; Dorothy
Jean Johnson, secretary; and
Mack Hand, treasurer.
Because only one set of candi
dates was nominated at class
nominations May 1, election for
malities were dispensed with,
Torgeson said. He explained that
the class had been advised to de
clare the candidates “automat
ically elected” because of the ex
pense of an election. The class
Saturday Advertising Staff:
Warren Roper, manager
Night Staff, Men’s Edition
Copy Desk Staff, Men’s Edition
Herb Penny, city editor
(Continued from page one)
She was chairman of Friday’s
Slender, soft-spoken Bob Lovell
has mixed in everything from
athletics to politics. He made hl&
numerals as a frosh golfer and
has served two years as swim
A member of Delta Upsilon, he
is running for senior member of
the executive committee and
served as his house vice-president:
He is outgoing president of the
YMCA, a member of the student
faculty student union committee,
has a 3.7 cumulative GPA, and
belongs to the Co-op board, Tail
Delta Chi, Emerald business staff,
and Alpha Delta Sigma.
ASK MOTHERS . . .
The true value of conserving vision and
at the same time conserving beauty by
choosing glasses that suit your per
Be sure that your
eyes are examined
by a registered
Dr. Ella C. Meade
14 W. 8th St.