Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 25, 1941, Page Seven, Image 7

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    Lyle Nelson to Edit
Alumni Magazine
Lyle Nelson, editor of the Ore
gon Daily Emerald last year, was
appointed editor of “Old Oregon,”
alumni magazine, to replace Roy
Vernstrom, who is now doing
public relations work for the
U. S. marine corps.
Nelson, who has had four years’
experience on the Emerald, was
employed by the Oregon Daily
Journal this summer. The first
issue to be published under his
editorship came out early in Sep
On October 2 Nelson will mar
ry Miss Corinne Wignes, junior
in journalism, who was alumni of
fice secretary this summer. Miss
Wignes will continue her work
at the University this fall. She
is president of Orides, independ
ent women’s group.
NYA's Allotment Cub
Graduate Jobs Open
The NYA grant for the present
year will be $32,670, 25 per cent
less than last year. However,
there are less applications as yet
for NYA positions.
Very few applications have
been received for graduate posi
tions which carry a higher rate
of pay. If the quota for graduate
positions is not filled the sum re
maining will be added to the
undergraduate quota.
Graduate students and others
desiring NYA positions should
apply at the NYA office in the
lower floor of Johnson hall.
Campus Dress Gives
Rigid Rules of Order
There’s a four year course
down here at the University in
“Clothes for Oregon Men,” and
it’s religiously followed by hun
dreds of Webfoots. Its curriculum
is simply this :
1st year: Frost Pants
2nd year: Moleskins or jeans
3rd and 4th years: Cords
In spite of all that department
store idols say, the everyday go
ing-to-class outfit for men con
sists of the official class pants,
and colored sports shirt with
contrasting sweaters. Brogues
are traditional in shoes, but sad
dles are popular too.
Dating calls for slacks and
sport coat, with shirt and tie.
Dark suits help complete the
wardrobe for desserts and
dressier occasions. A tux is in
order for formal dances, al
though freshmen traditionally
are not supposed to wear them
. . . . dark suits for them.
Leave home adorned letter
men’s sweaters ’n highschoolish
UOGrad in Defense
A. J. Hockett, son of State
Representative C. Hockett of
Enterprise, and a graduate of the
University of Oregon Medical
school has been named national
chairman of the Civilian Medical
Defense committee of the Amer
ican Medical association.
Prongas Plans
(Continued from page one)
phonograph records valued at
$15. The next five v/ill be award
ed records valued at $8.50.
This year, as last, the cards
cost $9, but will admit the holder
to events valued at $29.95, Pron
gas said. Fall term there will be
three Eugene games, two Port
land games, and the holder will
be allowed a $1 discount on the
Washington game in Seattle. As
customary, persons buying ath
letic cards will be entitled to a
$1 discount on the 1942 Oregana.
Purchasers may pay $5 fall
term and the $4 balance winter
term, if they choose, Prongas
Bay Senate, right guard, will leave for Palo Aito with Tex Oliver’s
travelling football crew tonight. He will probably start in Saturday’s
conference opener against the Stanford Indians.
Erb to Lead Forum
At Westminister
President Donald M. Erb will
lead an open forum at Westmin
ster house Sunday night at 6:30
on “How Would You Build a Uni
versity?” All students interested
are invited to attend the discus
sion and take part.
At 6 o’clock, preceding the for
um, there will be a half-hour so
cial period for all students. Tea
will be served.
Man i
Suits, Topcoats
and General
832 Willamette St.
17.50 to 49.50
FIND unusual values in
soundly constructed furni
ture. With furniture chosen
from Johnson's your room
will have a new and beauti
ful appearance.
The new 1942 models of
radios are now in. Come in
and select from these beau
tiful models.
Furniture for the
comes each and every
student to the Univer
sity of Oregon.
All of our lamps are sturdy
and dependable models to
give you the utmost in light
ing. All are regular 3-way
1 E S lamps.
You will find a large and
varied stock of tables and
other furniture to go with
your new or old living room
set. Come in today and see
them. Priced from—
SIP ~-W\
649 Willamette
Phone 1188