Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 30, 1941, Page 3, Image 3

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    Judges Pick Finalists,
For Joe, Betty Tonight
All candidates for Joe College
and Betty Coed will meet in the
main lounge in Gerlinger hall to
night at 7:15, when a group of
impartial judges will select five
men and' five women to vie for
the title of the ideal sophomore
Judges are: Dick Williams, H.
W. Bernard, and Mrs. Roecker,
the former Miss Pirkko Paasik
'&r Students Vote
Students will vote on the 10
candidates as they enter the
dance and the winner will be an
nounced at 11 p.m., according to
Jim Thayer and Barry Campbell,
who will officiate at the election.
Tuesday was the deadline for
the selection of Joe College and
Betty Coed in each living organ
ization, and the list is now com
plete with these additions:
New Entries
Hendricks hall, Bette Christen
sen; Alpha Tau Omega, Frank
Shields; Chi Psi, Neal Regin;
Delta Upsilon, James Young; Phi
/^mma Delta, Bill Ferral; Camp
bell co-op, Keith Claybun; Can
ard club, Robert Simpson; Gam
ma hall, Roger Bohning; Sherry
Ross hall, Bill Haley; Zeta hall,
Saul Wasmuth, and Yeomen,
Jack Jacobsen.
Decorations will follow the col
legiate theme, declared Dave
Stone, chairman of the decora
tions committee, with the “school
house” atmosphere as the main
ADS Meets Tonight
Alpha Delta Sigma, men’s na
tional advertising fraternity, will
f;et tonight upstairs in the jour
lism building, Jim Frost, pres
ident, announced Wednesday.
Election of officers will be the
chief business of tKe meeting.
Ann Sheridan, the screen’s
“oomph girl,” attended North
Texas State Teachers’ college and
later taught school in the home
Eariy Birds to Get
Best Theater Seats
Holders of University
theater season tickets must
contact the box office, 103
Johnson hall, on or before
Saturday if they wish first
choice of seats. Box office is
open from 10 a.m. to 12 and
from 1 to 5 p.m. except Sat
urday afternoon.
Original Plays Tonight
On Radio Workshop
Tonight is experimental night
at the radio workshop, with two
original plays, “Imprimus,” and
‘Alkahest,’*’ to be presented by
the actors. The program will be
released over KOAC between
7:30 and 8:30.
“Imprimus,” written by Mary
Staton Krenk, is of surrealistic,
impressionistic nature, depicting
the conflict between emotion and
reason in a woman’s mind. Mrs.
Krenk appears as guest artist in
the production.
The drama is of poetic nature
and combines a background of
symphonic music with a chorus
and unusual sound effects.
“Alkahest,” from the pen of
Marvin Krenk, instructor in
speech, has a cynical thesis, deal
ing with the discovery of a sear
ing acid which consumes the en
tire world.
Jerry Lakefish, prominent Uni
versity theater player, has the
lead as guest artist in Mr.
Krenk’s imaginative drama.
Hitler Needs Haymaker
(Continued from page tzeo)
kinds of wise plans, but they'll
take time.” This incubation-of
wisdom pose is becoming a little
worn and faded. Results are
called for; results, as Time says,
“to match the mad audacity of
* (a/npiis favorite/
big pockets
for kooks
Yes, books! They’ve two t i
huge zipper pockets!: Swell .} }
idea for business girls, too,
or for travel. (They’ll even
take a pocket radio!)
Tweeds, fleeces in blends of
' reused, reprocessed and
new wool. Sizes 12 to 18.
Alpha Delta Sigma will meet
tonight at 7 o’clock upstairs in
the journalism building for elec
tion of officers.
* *
The. University badminton club
will meet Tuesday evening in the
gym at Gerlinger hall. Anyone
interested is invited to attend
and bring his racquet.
The Amphibian club will meet
tonight at 7:30 in Gerlinger pool.
All members and pledges must
be present.
sis si: *!:
Asklepiacls will meet tonight
at 7:30, according to Bob Range,
H: H» -T
Ail sophomore girls are invited
to a fireside this evening at 8
o’clock in the Gamma Phi Beta
sorority house. The fireside is
sponsored by the "YW” sopho
more commission but is for all
sophomores whether or not they
belong to the “Y.”
* H* H*
Phi Theta members are asked
to report to Gerlinger hall at 4
o’clock this afternoon in uniform
to work at the AWS assembly.
* * *
Wesley foundation philosophy
group will meet from 6:30 to 7:30
this evening in Wesley house.
Discussion will be led by Fred
Erickson and will be on “Relig
ion of Greece.”
❖ Hs H«
Members of Phi Chi Theta, wo
men’s business honorary, are
holding a rushing party this eve
ning at 7 o’clock in the Alpha
Gamma Delta sorority house on
1648 Alder street. Dessert will be
He He H«
An informal discussion open to
all “YW” members will be held
this morning at 9 o’clock in the
YWCA bungalow. Hildur Heg
strom, chairman of the group
plans to discuss “Race Relations”
as they affect campus, commun
ity, and world affairs.
At Second Glance
(Continued from page tivo)
Thetaki Larry Celci reveals why
most Californians dance so-o-o-o
slow: the sun-tan powder will
wash off with perspiration if
there’s too much exercise . . .
that if you’re interested in just
what the end of the world will
sound like, we suggest tuning
into KOAC tonight at 7:30 . . .
that all those Webfoots who made
dates for the blackout this Fri
day night will be a bit disappoint
ed, for contrary to original opin
ions, the actual blackout time
will last only fifteen or twenty
minutes, not from 8 till 10. The
latter is merely the time in which
to expect the blackout ....
that the Sigma Chis are having
quite a time trying to select their
annual “sweetheart.”
not all ending to jokes are funny,
as you’ve probably guessed by
now, we offer the following, with
five endings. Just choose your
The customer entered the cafe,
sat down, and ordered his menu.
When a bowl of tomato soup was
placed before him, he called, “hey,
waiter, there’s a fly in my soup.”
Just select your own answer
from these:
1. Shhhh, not so loud; everyone
will wrant one!
2. Yes, I know. We find drown
ing more merciful than the
swatter. „„y
3. Well, whatta expect for a
dime, a humming bird?
4. That’s all right; there’s no
extra charge.
5. Grab your fork. Maybe a
trout will come to the surface!
Oregon ^Emerald
Thursday Advertising Staff:
Lieth Brown and Marilyn Mar
shall, co-day managed!-.
Marilyn Wiley
Mazine Cunning
Lee Barlow
Margaret Deanne
Night Staff:
Jack Billings, night editor
Don Jones
Margaret Rose Deane
Marilyn Wiley
Betty Ann Stevens
Bette Isaak
Betty Leist
Anita Banford
Bob Edwards
Copy Desk Staff:
Duncan Wimpress, city editor
Ora M. Watson.
Veva Peterson
Don McIntosh
Betty Friedman
Franchere, Couch On
Radio Forum Friday
Roy C. Franchere, instructor in
English, Half Couch, secretary of
the medical school in Portland,
will represent the University Fri
day night at 9 over station KGW
in the regular University of Ore
gon forum.
The topic, as announced by As
sociate Professor D. D. Gage of
the school of business administra
tion, will be “How Far Should
Oregon Go in State Medicine?”
The other two speakers sched
uled for the broadcast are Dr.
W. W. Baum, president of the
Oregon State Medical associa
tion, and Ralph Peoples, secre
tary-treasurer of the Oregon
State Industrial union council.
Joanne Dolph Marilyn Wiley
Bud Churchill Tom Huebner
John Mathews A1 Gould
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