Lasses May Enter Test For ”The Perfect Type" Do you know a gal who has been queen of anything from the Rose Festival to the Smith street school? If so, she's eligible, pal. Don’t hesitate; we need her. With a cup for her permanent possession and a chance to rate as a national figure as inducements, any lass who has reigned over a bona fide fete, fair, show, festival, or parade is asked—nay, urged—to enter Sigma Delta Chi’s contest lor “The Perfect Type.’’ Oregon’s chapter of SDX, na tional professional journalistic fraternity, has surveyed the cam pus and found it not wanting in beauteous peaches. For example: Betty Jean Harding, queen of the Portland Rose festival; Mary Mercier, queen of the Sun Valley jodeo; Annabelle Dow, Junior Weekend queen; Betty Jane Biggs, “Ideal Sophomore Girl.” Automatically entered are all those listed above and any others now at large on the campus. SDX plans to select a “Perfect Type” and submit her name and photo graphs to the fraternity’s nation al convention in New Orleans this winter, to start the ball rolling in a similar contest in all colleges low containing chapters of the iociety. The contest is underway as of ight now. Deadline is midnight, lOctober 9, one day after Nation al Newspaper week closes. Sub Jmit your nomination to Ray Schrick, Emerald managing edi tor, or Buck Buchwach, SDX president. Members of the fraternity will act as judges, with the winner to be announced at the SDX-spon sored banquet for European cor respondent Jay Allen and profes sional pledges October 10. Bureau Open Tuesday Tor Picture Makeups I The University photographic jbureau, room 2, Johnson hall, will [be open for the convenience of [entering students who have not fyet had their pictures taken, from Ito 5 p.m., Tuesday, October 7. According to Dean Karl On hank’s office, the student’s pic ure is a very essential part of iis registration material and nany. new enrollees have not een photographed. For any fur ther information about this serv ice-students may call Dean On-^ thank’s office. Oregana sales representatives in living organizations will meet at 4 p.m. today in the College Side for an important business meeting. Attendance is required of all representatives. The Falcon GOOD FOOD & DRINK Across from Men's Dorm Eugene to See Volunteers Act In Maneuvers Yesterday the advanced mili tary classes heard Second Lieu tenant Ray F. Siegenthaler of the second interceptor command describe plans for an extensive four-day maneuver centering about the Eugene armory during the last week of October. The plans for the maneuvers call for the training of civilian volunteers for work in detecting and report ing the presence of enemy air craft in the event of a raid. This type of work has been tried with great success in Britain and the U. S. army claims it increases the effectiveness of fighter planes by 20 times, Lieutenant Siegen thaler said. Filter Posts Officers will be stationed in Eugene, Roseburg, and Portland to filter the information sent' in from detection centers and trans mit it to the operations head quarters in Portland. From Port land orders will be phoned to air dromes and combat planes will take off to engage hostile air craft. Lieutenant Siegenthaler asked for 30 advanced ROTC students to take the nine-hour training course and help during the all night sessions of the maneuvers. According to present plans there will be 75 observation posts in Lane county and about 200 in the Eugene filter area. Each post will be located within 15 seconds of a telephone, Lieutenant Sieg enthaler stated. During the demonstrations planes will fly over this area and the observers will phone infor mation to Eugene where it will be sorted out and forwarded to Portland. The actual maneuvers will take place October 28, 29, 30, and 31. A staff of six enlisted men will help Lieutenant Siegenthaler. Increased interest in Pan-Amer ican relations was indicated at the University last week when a large number of students enrolled in Spanish courses. Ten students have registered in a Portuguese class initiated this year. The or iginal six sections of Spanish scheduled for this fall have been increased to eight. Each section averages a membership of 35. Spanish Increase A Fascinating Place to Eat • DINNERS 50c - 60c 75c - $1 • NOON PLATE LUNCHES 30c Open All Night 'f' • Chiaramonte’s Cafe LOCATED IX GREYHOUND DEPOT BLOND SOPRANO Grace Moore, golden-voiced, goiuen-naired star of stage and screen who will appear here Friday, October 10, as the first attraction in the 1941-42 Greater Artist series. Power brings you Oregon’s football games whether at home or by radio. Tonight’s game witJi Idaho will be played on a field lighted by elec tricity. Next week the game with IJ.S.C, will be brought to you by radio. Support the team, at home and while they are away. Electricity and water in Eugene are supplied by the muni cipally owned utilities. CfrToTrrk?r Municipal Electric and Water Utilities 1 STEAK DINNERS A specialty with us, a favorite with our patrons is our steak dinner which comes to you from our chef's hands, sizzling hot and as fine as you’ve ever tasted. Come in and visit us today. • ° o Remember! The meal ticket special, a $5.50 value for $4.75, is effective through October 10. Anchorag ON THE MILLRAOE e i Oregon ^Emerald Thursday Night Staff: Dick Shelton, night editor Marge Curtis, assistant Patricia McFadden Peggy Wright , G. Duncan Wimpress Betty Leist Joanne Dolph Carrol Pageler Janet Wagstaff Ralph Willoughby Anne Craven [ Friday Advertising Staff: Anita Simons, manager Sid Lakefish Walter Dickson Madeline Rue Marge Pemberton Martha Beard Copy Desk Staff: • Bill Hilton, city editor Carol Cook J Phyllis Collier Kathleen Davis Jack Billings ■■ 1 801 Mat.* HI Is There Two People 'Dr. lekyll and Mr. Hyde' with Spencer Tracy ai t. Lana Turner — also — Kisses for Breakfast with Dennis Morgan and Shirlev Ross rmm\ Come and see the Oregor Stanford Game Pictures — and — Ralph Bellamy and , Margaret Lindsay in 'Ellery Queen and the Perfect Crime" Also Roy Rogers n> ; 'Nevada City" MOVED OVER! ROBERT MONTGOMERY and EVELYN KEYES 'HERE COMES MR. JORDAN" You’ve Waited for This with VERONICA LAKE and, RAY MILLAND 1 WANTED WINGS' CLASSIFIED ADS READER ADS Ten words minimum accepted. First insertion 2c per word. Subsequent insertions 3 c. per wcul. DISPLAY ADS Flat rate 37c column inch Frequency rate (entire term) : 35c per column inch one time ;j week, Stc per column inch twice or moto a week. Ads will be taken over the telephone on a charge basis if the advertiser i»ii subscriber to the phone. Mailed advertisements must have tutfi. cient remittance enclosed to << n* definite btfmber of insertions. Ads must be in Emerald business office no later than 6 p.ro. prior to the duty of insertion. • Lost RONSON cigarette lighter, .ma hogany color with flag on y-iJc. Reward, Don Younger, Theta Chi.