Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 09, 1941, Page Seven, Image 7

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Co-Women’s Page Editors
would be a lot easier to start
something like this if we could
remember a funny joke—then
lead into the sermon part quick
like a rabbit—so no one would
know they were being preached
at until it was too late. But since
we just can’t think of anything
humorous it’s going to have to
be unadulterated.
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We’re going to talk about man
ners—more specifically, courtesy
in the classroom. For instance—
do you come clomping into class
approximately 10 minutes late
every day ? Are you one of those
who insist on zipping open a
bulging notebook or purse and
letting the contents crash out
onto the floor—just when the
class is getting to sleep? And
how about catching up on the lat
est gossip over a coke instead of
during your 8 o’clock?
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For further sour grapes we
might mention the cuties with
nervous fidgets who insist on tap
ping out V’s for victory with
their pencil—or practicing a tap
routine on the back of the chair
in front of them. As far as that
goes no one especially appreciates
a song recital in monotone
lijirnmed in their ear.
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Now the kind of girl we like
goes to class every single day,
keeps copious .notes, copies down
all the assignments, wears a lus
cious perfume for us to smell,
and keeps her elbows in the gen
eral radius of her own chair.
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The note part is especially im
portant. We have to borrow them.
A survey by students at Sarah '
Lawrence college resulted in
$325,000 slum clearance grant for
Bronxville, N. Y.
Sixty University of Minnesota
ROTC members are expected to be
called to active duty with the
army immediately upon gradua
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MATH 10, 100, 111, 113. Lowest
rates. Phone 3927-J.
• Lost
GRAY GREEN raincoat 11:30
p.m. Saturday night at the Al
pha Phi house. Call George
Drach at 1937-J or 136.
WHITE fingertip raincoat, plaid
lining. Disappeared from hall
Oregon building Tuesday morn
ing. Reward. Call 1796.
PRINCIPLES of Accounting by
^Finney. Red book. Name Dick
Johnson, Kappa Sigma.
KEY CASE with 6 keys. Finder
please return to Ed Reiner,
Phone 1239-M.
Smiling Phi Theta Prexy
Active in CampusAffairs
Seen dashing about the cam
pus, with a smile for everyone, is
blond, vivacious Nancy Riesch,
president of Phi Theta Upsilon,
junior women’s service honorary.
Outstanding in activities, Nan
cy was a member of Kwama,
sophomore women’s service hon
orary, last year, and now is treas
urer of AWS, besides being active
in her sorority. Pi Beta Phi.
A junior in business adminis
tration Nancy’s home town is
Portland, and a job in merchan
dising or personnel is her ambi
tion after she graduates in ’43.
Footprints in Concrete
The movie stars who have
their hand prints in the concrete
at Grauman’s Chinese theater
have nothing on this caper-cut
ting coed, as she recalls having
accidentally stepped in the fresh
cement near Chapman hall. While
cameras and newsmen were lack
ing, the helpless contractor
viewed the incident with dismay.
Characteristic of Nancy is her
ability to do a lot of things at the
same time and do her jobs well.
Her time last summer was divid
ed between working for an insur
ance agency where she wrote
policies and working on the Ore
gon Federation program and
Jantzen beach picnic.
Likes to Dance
Nancy flashed her charming
smile when asked about her fa
forite hobby. “I like all sports
and of course I like to play
bridge,” she replied, “but playing
pranks on freshman pledges is a
lot of fun, too.”
Oregon is the only school as
(Photo h)t Kcniu’U-Kllis)
Miss Nancy Riesch, selected as
this week’s coed, heads Phi Theta,
junior women’s service honorary.
far as the Phi Theta prexy is
concerned, and according to her,
attending a school with a small
enrollment gives the students a
chance to become better acquaint
ed and thus creates a more friend
ly atmosphere.
The AWS office in McArthur
court will be open at 4 every af
ternoon and at other times by
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Brings y o u these
super crepe “date”
dresses, just as
you've seen them in
“FIESTA” (above)
Adorable dimdl-lype
in black or brown
with angelic p a 1 e
blue accents.
(left) Bright wood
trim adorns neckline
and flap pockets, at
tached to gathered
waist ... in black or
ice blue.
Shopping the Town
You'll Be
Out of This
World... l<
In the white- -
wool jersey date
dress in Russell's
window. Amazingly plain in de
sign, it has that “above the
crowd'’ look. A small round
neck is highlighted by a gold
chain necklace and the three
quarter length sleeves have
plain gold buttons on the cuffs.
A full skirt gathers on to the
hip length waist. You’ll be both
pleased and surprised to find
pockets along the side seams of
the skirt. Another touch of gold
on the belt buckle and tiny
round buttons part way down
the back. It will be value re
ceived at $19.95.
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Quick Change . ..
Lucien Le Long’s new gadget
for face fixing can also be used
to brighten up your suit lapel
or belt. It’s a steal from the
bus man's change maker and
holds three tubes of lipstick,
each a new attention-getting
shade. “Nicole Pink,” for for
mal flings, "Robinhood Red”
for that eight o’clock class, and
“Indiscrete” for date duds
(clothes, we mean). It’s at Tif
fany-Davis for $1.00 and $1.25
with the attachment clip.
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Slips Do
> Count. .
And all for the good
if they are Mary Bar
iron slips. These slips
^maintain their proper
position regardless of
your posture. They
won’t pull, won’t twist, and
won't ride up . . . they are
planned for action. Look on the
first floor at Penney’s. . . . They
sell for $1.98.
Double Talk
Twin sweater sets,
made from Shetland j
yarns, come an ' -r
wrapped up in cellophane bags
at the Broadway. The bag is to
help you keep your sweaters
neatly tucked away and fits in
your drawer. The shoulders on
both sweaters are made in a
pearl stitch which gives a dis
tinctive design. Two for the
price of $5.95.
Red Revolution . . ,
You have noth
ing like this red
crepe date dress
in your ward
robe. B 1 a c k
Oraid is used for
trim around the
neck and cuffs.,
rf the bracelet
length sleeves.
A. large flounce
around the hips
gives a tunic ef
feet to the skirt.
Six bands of the braid are fea
tured on the flounce — the red
showing between the b 1 a k
bands. See it at Kaufmans.
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Golf Get-Up Going
to Class ...
The familiar plaid of father’s
golf sox has been adopted for
daughter’s sweaters. Miller’s
are showing a long, v-neck style
at $3.50. The large plaid stands
i out on a background of bronvn
or beige. They are made by
Tish-U-Knit and featured in
Vogue and Harper's Bazaar.
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Royal and
Regal ... <
A blue velveteen
dinner dress that is >
really swank and?
swish. The blouse is\
made outstanding byt^j-rv—
the use of tiny gold, coral, and
blue nailheads. It has a swtet
heart neckline and the short
puff sleeves have scalloped
edges. A short peplum adds
grace to the full skirt. A narrow
belt and flat buckle give the
finishing touches. Ask to see. 'it
at Beard's.
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Veritable Values . . .
Are the long torso sweater's
at Montgomery Wards. You've
seen them featured in Vogue.
One hundred per cent Shetland
wool for $2.98 . . . and you c;vn
name your own color. You'll
find them on the balcony.
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Fur Fun ...
Hollander furs that are beau
tiful as well as practical for the
college girl are now being sold
in Eugene. You'll be especially
interested in the Hudson s ad
dyed muskrat.
For the Best
Laundry and
Dry Cleaning
Prices Are Right
Quality Is of the Highest Type
Eugene Laundry
Band Box Cleaners
178 W. 8th