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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1941)
Star Turns to Starvation
For Sake of Slim Figure
By JEAN SPEAROW
Ttua soups and green vegetables, toast and tea . . . this is the
prison fare to which Grace Mo'ore dutifully devotes herself in order
to maintain her slim one hundred and twenty-five pounds, occasionally
a pound over, but never more.
When the scales are behaving as they should and the ‘‘pound to
spare” is still to spare, she calls out gaily to the cook, ‘‘Nora, we
wm nave tne Bavarian cream 101
Then when the admonishing
pointer begins to tremble upward
fihe resigns herself once more to
her diet,- one Bavarian- cream to
Walking, swimmin, and horse
back riding are all a part of the
eternal vigilance she exercises in
order to insure her slender figure.
The exercise helps to offset the
time she spends in the kitchen.
For Miss Moore is a homebody
and loves to fuss around with
pots and pans, and any cook who
doesn't like it must find her do
main elsewhere. It is only to be
hoped that she doesn’t leave the
kitchen till the aforementioned
pots and pans are cleared away.
Salads and desserts are. to Miss
Moose, what solitaire and cross
word puzzles are to another. In
stead of puzzling out what com
bination of four letters spells the
name of some secretary of state
to a certain president, Miss
Moore puzzles her pretty head as
to v a at combination of four veg
etables or fruits will make the
most delectable salad.
Exchange tickets to Miss
Moo,re’s concert may be pur
chased from JCd Walker’s office
in McArthur court until Friday,
October 10, the night of the per
Set For Idaho Game
As a sidelight of the Oregon
> Idaho game tonight the rally
■ squad has drawn up plans to
present a show of torchlight card
tricks which will be performed
with all lights in Hayward field
Everyone is urged to bring as
many matches as possible to the
game for they will be used in the
performance, safd Les Anderson,
in charge of the program.
The presentation will occur
during half time and will be fol
lowed immediately by a contest
to choose two majors and two
majorettes for the band. Compe
tition will be for twirling majors
Candidates for major are Dick
Shelton, Bob Wiseman, and El
wood Rickman. Running for ma
jorette honors are Doris Gardner,
Helen Marie Skjersaa, Lorraine
Mason. Mary Anderson, Jeanne
Gill. Ballots for the election will
be distributed by Skull and Dag
ger men as students enter the
stadium and will be collected af
ter half time.
Anyone sitting in the rooters'
section must wear a rooter’s lid,
according to Anderson, and an
other sale of the caps will be
WHAT DOES HE HAVE
THAT I DON'T HAVE?
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The ultra-smart fingertip, length
that college men the country
over are clamoring for. Fine
quality gabardine, shower
proofed by Cravenette. And
man, whea that bold Tartan
plaid lining flaps jn the wind,
it's something to catch the eye
of the most sophisticated coed I
Side vents. Inside flap pockets.
In bleached bone color. Sizes
32 to 44. regulars or longs.
© lily 51A.50
SELECTED by COLLEOS STYLE BOARD
John H. Sanderi.
Wm. B. Smith...
Daniel H. Huyett
Classes to Open
Eugene extension classes will
open for the term Monday, Octo
ber 6, the general extension divi
sion has announced. The classes
will meet once a week for a two
hour period from 7:15 to 9:15 for
eleven weeks, which completes
the term. All students complet
ing a term's work in a course will
receive two term hours of credit,
with the exception of those en
rolled in non-credit courses.
The fees are, for credit courses,
$5.00 per term per course; non
credit, one course $5.00, two
courses $8.00, and three $12.00.
Enrollment cards are handed out
at the first meeting of each class
which should be filled out and
returned with the fee at the sec
Schedule of the classes is as
Monday — Eng 361, Twentieth
Century Literature, 2 hours.
Franchere. 106 Commerce.
Mth 111, Introduction to Anal
ysis (algebra), 2 hours. Peter
son. 101 Commerce.
Tuesday — AA 296, Lower Di
vision Applied Design (pottery),
1 hour. Avakian. Pottery labora
tory, Architecture building.
Eng 114, Vocabulary Building,
2 hours. Mundle. 106 Commerce.
G. 02, Economic and Applied
Mineralogy, no credit. Staples.
Wednesday — Geo 428, Geog
raphy of the Pacific, 2 hours.
Smith. 101 Condon.
Mth 113, Introduction to Anal
ysis (trigonometry), 2 hours.
Moursund. 101 Commerce.
RL 01. Conversational Spanish,
no credit. M. Wright. 107 Com
RL 11, First Course in Spanish.
2 hours. Knox. 106 Commerce.
Thursday — Hst 445, Post-War
Europe, 2 Hours. G. Wright. 107
Mus 318, Public School Music,
2 hours. Garnett. Music room.
University high school.
Ph 01, Exploring the Heavens,
no credit. Pruett and Andrews.
101 Condon. (Dates for telescopic
observations to be arranged.)
550 East 13th
SDX to Entertain
National Newspaper week, Oc
tober 1 to 8, will be honored at
the University when Sigma Dalta
Chi, national professional jour
nalistic fraternity, entertains
Jay Allen at a dinner following
his talk at an assembly Friday
morning. Mr. Allen is the well
known European reporter and au
thor who recently made front
page news when he was impris
oned in Nazi Germany.
Deadline for social calendar
dates is Thursday, October 2, an
nounced Assistant Dean of Wo
men Alice B. Macduff yesterday.
All social chairmen should see
about dates for house dances as
soon as possible. Dates are to be
turned1 in to the dean of women's
More Card Sellers
Qualify For Prize
Seven more living organiza
tions yesterday reported 100 per
cent ownership of athletic cards,
thus making their card represen
tatives eligible for the' radio
prize, to be awarded to one of
the all-out salesmen.
The organizations and their
representatives are: Delta Upsi
lon, Wilbur Linde; Pi Beta Phi,
Nancy Riesch; Kirkwood Co-op.
Len Farr; Alpha hall, Stan Ha
ger; Theta Chi,- Bill Bergtholdt;
Alpha Chi, Kay Jenkins; Chi Psi,
House representatives may
have until Wednesday to seal
their houses 100 per cent thereby
qualifying for the radio.
Tickets may still be purchased
at Ed Walker’s ticket office, at
Johnson hall, and- at the ticket
booth at Hayward field.
HAVE YOU A COLD?
We have everything to check
that ' annoying sniffle. Visit ns
and stock up on useful drugs
for college life.
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tablished a place for this company
in nearly every home.
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complete gas service at minimum
cost. Inspect the very latest in gas
cooking and heating appliances.