DISPLAY: Art Gallery Keeps Paintings Till June B CAMPUS NOTICE: Emerald Workers Meet Sunday 11 a.m. at Shack VOLUME XLII UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1941 NUMBER 132 Frosh Glee to Finish Term Social Season; Closing Hours Listed ROTC Plans Final Parade, Military Drill Awards Include Medals, Insignias, Scoring Trophies The University ROTC unit will hold final exercises climaxing the year’s work, on Howe field, Thursday, May 29, at 1:15 p.m., according to an order by Col, R. M. Lyon, head of the military science department. A program of close order drill, military calisthentics, and pre sentation of awards to be fol lowed by the final parade will pack the afternoon with spec tacular military demonstrations, Colonel Lyon said. After drill, the following awards will be presented: Hearst rifle match third place trophy to captain of the rifle team; indi vidual high scoring award, med als to team members, Byrom and Kneeland prize to outstanding freshman rifle marksman, a set of officers insignia to each of three honor graduates, and a (Please turn to page three) 3 A.M. GUEST Lyle Nelson officially retired as editor of the Emerald this morning after he was honored guest of 3 o’clock club members at a downtown restaurant. By FRITZ TIMMEN With tonight’s Frosh Glee the final all-campus fling, Oregon students will settle down to the serious business of absorbing last-minute knowledge. Remain ing social affairs will be for graduating seniors. Women’s houses will be closed at 10:30 every night except to night, when one o’clock permis sion will be granted for the Glee and next Saturday when usual 12:15 closing hours will be ob served. Girls may have dates two eve nings out of the three this week end, but only one next week end which must be Saturday. All desserts, dinner guests, teas and other entertainments will be pro hibited during the last two weeks before exams. Baccalaureate ser vices are Sunday, June 8 at 11 a.m. May 31, the day after Memor ial day when classes will not meet, is the last day that stu dnts may withdraw from courses. All graduating seniors must re pay loans on or before gradua tion day, June 8. NYA work must be complet ed on or before Saturday, June 7, and all students who wish the same work next year are request ed to leave their names and ad dresses with the secretary in 112 Johnson hall. Application blanks will be mailed to them during the summer. Final exams begin Monday, June 2 and continue through Friday. A complete exam sched ule appears on another page of today’s paper. University summer sessions start June 16, and run for six weeks. The post sessions run from July 28 to August 23. Fall term starts September 26. Special Train Rates Offered Webfeet Special train rates for students leaving school for the summer are being sponsored by ASUO and Southern Pacific. Tickets will be sold from June 4 to 7 with a return limit of September 30. Party rates for groups of five or more California students trav eling together have been ar ranged for. For details students are asked to phone 2200, or inquire at the ticket booth which will be situat ed between Oregon and Com merce buildings during exam week. Both one way and round trip tickets to all points are available at reduced rates. IT'S THEIR NIGHT TO HOWL Posing demurely are the five contenders for the “ King of Canines” crown and their “showmistresses.” From left to right are “Smoky,” held by Betty Stockwell; “Sparky,” held by Nadine Padden; "Mazfe,” held by Helen MeKeen; “Duke,” held by Mark Bentley; and "Red Dog,” held by Joan Goodrum, ThO campus dog king will be selected tonight during intermission at the Frosh Glee. Final Exams Listed for Last Week The final examination schedule for spring term is based on class meetings per week instead of credit hours as given in the aca demic calendar. This change has been made to prevent conflicts which would arise if the credit hour basis were used. Later special changes will be announced by the instructor when approved. The revised examination sched ule follows. Monday, June 2 8-10—10 o'clocks meeting on three days. 10-12—All other 10 o’clocks. 1-3 — 4 o’clocks meeting on three days. 3-5—All other 4 o’clocks. Tuesday, June 3 8-10—11 o’clocks meeting on three days. 10-12—All other 11 o’clocks. 1-3—Written English (K, Com position, Business). 3-5—French (First, second 3’ear, literature). Wednesday, June 4 8-10—8 o’clocks meeting on three days. 10-12—All other 8 o'clocks. 1-3 — 1 o’clocks meeting on three days. 3-5—All other 1 o’clocks. Thursday, June 5 8-10—2 o’clocks meeting on three days. 10-12—All other 2 o’clocks. 1-3—Physical education (activ ities, hygiene, health ed.) 3-5—Constructive Accounting. Friday, June 6 8-10—9 o’clocks meeting on three days. 10-12—All other 9 o’clocks. 1-3 — 3 o’clocks meeting on three days. 3-5—All other 3 o’clocks. Frosh to Hop Tonight As Campus Dogs Rub Shoulders With Great Under "lazy summer skies and bright sun’’ the Frosh Glee will begin tonight at 8:30 in the Ig loo. Johnny Lee and his orches tra will furnish the music for the "Dog Daze” dance. This theme will be carried out by means of the June days dec orations, consisting of an artifi cial sky and sun. During intermission the cam pus "King of the Canines” will be selected. The king will be chosen by popular applause as measured by some of the pa trons and patronesses instead of by ballot as previously an nounced. Competitors for the dog king title are "Duke,” collie; "Smoky,” German shepherd; "Red Dog,” Irish setter; "Suarky,” uncertain; and "Mazie,” spaniel. One o’clock permission has been granted for the Glee Tickets are $1 and may be ob tained at the educational actlvl* ties office. Short silks will be. in order for the women and sport coats and slacks, sport suits, or white coats, for the men. Oregancts Held Eighty-eight University of Oregon students still have 1941 Oroganas waiting for them in the educational activ ities office. These books will not be mailed out, and if not called for before the end of the school year, will be held until next fall term. Students in doubt as to whether one of the books be longs to them or not should check at the educational activ ities office. Instructions Given Seniors Schedule Listed For Graduating Oregon Students Printed instructions and tick ets for seniors and candidates' for degrees will be given out by the alumni office on the follow ing days: Wednesday, June 4; 8-12 a.m., 2-5 p.m. Thursday, Friday, June 5, 6; same hours. Saturday, June 7; 8-12 a.m. Other commencenafepjt activi ties are scheduled as follows: Saturday, June 7, 8:30 a.m.^* Senior women’s breakfast at Os burn hotel. Saturday noon—Uni versity luncheon at John Straub Memorial hall. Seniors admitted free in caps and gowns, with 50 eent charge for friends. Sunday, June 8. 11 a.m.—Bac calaureate services in McArthur court. 8 p.m.—Commencement exercises in McArthur court. 6:30 p.m.—Flower and fern proces sion of senior women. Printed in structions for this event are available at the alumni office. Swan Song Finals are a funny time When against the nature of the clime People rouse from out their slum bers. And study in enormous numbers* And thwarted Tennyson's like me A’quit a'writing poetry. —J.W.S. Year’s Student Union Activities Reviewed By HERB PENNY “Student Union Nears'’ read the headlines of the Emerald of February 15, but since that time students have been wondering just how near it has become. Is it near at all? Prior to the February 15 an nouncement from the capital events had been shaping up here on the campus. A frosh commit tee of 17 was formed to arouse student interest, which added to the already existent varsity and sophomore committees. Oglesby Young was named head of the group. The real barrage came Febru ary 15 when a state legislative committee okayed a bill to per mit $250,000 to be borrowed to finance the project. Important fact of this bill was that it was not a grant but merely gave per mission to borrow the money. The bill went to the senate. February 22 the senate passed the bill. While it was before the legislature, the sophomore com mittee decided to publish a week ly paper, “Union Now.” During spring vacation the bill passed the legislature, was signed, and became law. Also during the vacation a fact-finding student faculty committee was appoint ed by President Donald M. Erb. May 7 the student-faculty committee gave its decision on the site question: first, Deady; second, Sheldon, and third, mill race. At the same time the com mittee made plans for the con tents of the union. On the financial side, as of July 1, 1940, the fund stood at approximately $40,000. Of this amount $12,000 was in cash, $15, 000 was loaned to the ASUO, and approxirm\ 2ly $13,000 invested in real estatee. Contributed to the fund thiar year is $468.10 from the senior class, $799.29 from Sigma Delta Chi from the proceeds of the Kay Kyser dance, $53.64 from Co-op receipts of 1939-40, and $10 from the Oregon Mothers club of Roseburg. The preliminary steps have been made and in the future lies only actual plans for financing and construction.