Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 31, 1941, Page 7, Image 7

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    On Betty, Joe
At Whiskerino
Five girls and five boys have
been selected for the Betty Coed
Joe College finals,' but their
names will not be revealed by
Sophomore Whiskerino heads un
til the dance tomorrow evening
in McArthur court, Jim Thayer,
■Whiskerino chairman, announced
Ballots will be passed out at
the door and dancers will vote.
Judges will be Dr. H. W. Bernard,
assistant professor of education;
Dick Williams, educational activ
ities manager; and Pirkko Roeck
er, instructor in physical educa
tion. Winners will be announced
at 11 p.m. with the beard contest
following. A prize will be awarded
to the sophomore having the best
Ken Baker’s 16-piece orchestra
will play. One o’clock permission
has been granted, and dancing
will begin at 9 and end at 12.
Sheriff Jim Burness has an
nounced a dunking for sopho
nores who have shaved. They
vill report to the water tub in
of the College Side at 12:30
Offenders are: Oge Young, Will
teynolds, John " Kelty, Paul
loore, Phil Reiter, Ray Gaulke,
im Lyle, Dave Stone, Randall
!anwell, Bill Hilton, Gordon
leise, Fletcher Skilleron, Gaycie
lyde, Wilbur Linde, and Bob
>ign Patterns
)ue Monday
Ideas for Homecoming signs
ust be turned in by 6 p.m. Mon
ly, November 3, Bob Whitely,
g n committee chairman an
>unced at a meeting of house
presentatives Thursday. The
eas will be picked up at all liv
g organizations by Len Barde,
ances Cox, Beverly Padgham,
uce Crighton, and Whitely.
The sign committee will work
th the house in organizing sign
esentation and preventing repe
ion. Ideas submitted to the
mmittee will be kept confiden
limit has been put on the
nount which can be spent on
ly sign. “We will stress the ad
sability of using movable parts
the signs,” Whitely declared.
Cups will be presented to win
ng houses. Five faculty judges
11 select the winners.
Three Students Leave
For Lutheran Meet
Three University of Oregon
students will leave today for
Moscow, Idaho, where they will
attend the fourteenth annual con
vention of the Pacific Northwest
Regional Lutheran student asso
ciation Friday and Saturday.
An extensive program with the
theme "Christ-men! Cross-men!
Free-men!” has been planned for
delegates who are coming from
Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and
British Columbia.
Girls Organize
Junior Group
A junior panhellenic, made up
of the sorority pledge class presi
dents and dormitory and coop
erative house freshman advisers,
has been organized, according to
Barbara Hannam, president.
Officers have been selected in
the order or founding of the sor
orities on this campus. Doone
Eccles is vice-president and sec
retary, and Dottie Case is trea
The group plans to aid fresh
man orientation and to deal with
the problems of pledges in their
relationship and responsibilities
in their living groups. Immediate
action will be taken to discuss
panhellenic rushing rules and to
offer constructive ideas and criti
cism. Members will exchange in
formation about the activities
and organization of their houses.
Plans are being made to have a
panhellenic speaker explain the
function, organization, and duties
of the group. The group hopes to
sponsor freshman exchange din
Three at Los Angeles
For IFC Conference
Fraternities on the Oregon
campus will be represented in
Los Angeles at the Interfratern
ity conference today by George
Andrews, IFC president, Allen
Hunt, secretary, and W. A. Dahl
berg, assistant speech professor,
an IFC faculty adviser.
Interfraternity council heads
from every campus on the west
coast will be present at this year
ly meeting.
IFC policy and plans for in
creased unity will be discussed.
The human eye responds to
flashes of light lasting only from
1-100,000th to 1-10,000th of a sec
ond, according to experiments at
the University of Virginia.
'T'HE IMPORTANT THING in any undertaking
is to love your job, whatever it may be and to
take pride in your work, knowing that you have
done your best. The Eugene Water Board takes
pride in knowing that it is providing good service
to the community.
Municipal Electric and Water Utilities
Juniors Dress
Hayward Field
Junior class members voted
unanimously Thursday to decor
ate Hayward field for the Home
coming celebration, November 28,
29, and 30. Goal posts, bleachers,
and other parts of the stadium
will be decorated by the class.
Gertrude Puziss, junior in
physical education, was appoint
ed by Pat Cloud, junior class
president, as chairman of the
committee to handle the stadium
decorations. Assisting her on the
committee are Shirley Ralph,
Jack Turpin, and Alice Blotchley.
The committee will work with
Reid Ferrall, Homecoming game
events chairman.
Russ Hudson, Homecoming gen
eral chairman, spoke to the meet
ing and told them what would
have to be done to make the dec
orations a success.
By a unanimous vote the meet
ing also decided to reopen sale
of junior class cards for a five
day period. The sale will begin
Monday, November 3.
Applications were received for
committee positions for Junior
Weekend festivities. “Juniors in
terested in working on Junior
Weekend committees should get
applications from me and fill
them out,” Miss Cloud declared.
Independent Men Get
Chance to Be Romeos
“Here's your chance to become
campus romeos,” Dave Knox,
Yeomen president, said Thursday.
He was referring to the meeting
to be held by the independent
men’s club Monday, November 3,
at 7:30 p.m. in the men’s lounge
of Gerlinger hall.
Dean Hazel P. Schwering is
booked as the guest speaker. Her
subject will be campus etiquette.
All independent men are invited.
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Buck Voted Expense
OfSDX Convention
President Buck Buchwach was
voted $136 for expenses on his
trip to the national Sigma Delta
Chi convention in a chapter meet
ing of the men's professional jour
nalistic society Wednesday.
Hal Olney, associate editor of
the Emerald, was chosen as chap
ter secretary to replace Russ
Hudson, who is now serving as
Homecoming chairman.
Members are preparing a scrap
book of their activities during
the past year for judgment at
the convention. Reports on each
member's activities and grades
will be prepared by Olney and
Francis Tuckwiler.
University Alumnus
Author of Recent Book
Dr. Francis P. Robinson, for
mer Oregon student, is the au
thor of a recently-published book.
''Diagnostic and Remedial Tech
niques." Dr. Robinson received
a bachelor's degree in psychol
ogy from the University in 1929,
and took his master's and doc
tor's degrees in the field of re
medial reading at the University
of Iowa. While here he was a
student of Dr. Crosland, associate
professor of psychology.
Several years ago Dr. Robinson
taught here in summer school.
He is now assistant professor of
psychology at Iowa state college.
Dr. Robinson, in the preface to
his book, acknowledges the as
sistance of Dr. J. W. Scherborn
of Oregon State college, and Dr.
E. H. Porter, Oregon graduate in
1935, who is now Oregon state
merit system supervisor with
headquarters in Portland.
Dr. Zeeb Gilman, eldest living
graduate of Dartmouth college,
celebrated his 100th birthday
May 13.
For that special "friend," for fond
relatives, nothing could be nicer
than a Kennell-Ellis portrait of
yourself now
Piggers Guide
Release Due
November 10
Oregon's classified directory of
who lives where, The Pigijers’
Guide, will be ready for dist'bn
tion November 10. according to
Betty Jane Biggs, editor. Ai in
previous years, Kwaraa and Shull
and Dagger, sophomore se vice
honoraries, will distribute thr di
Barbara Lamb, sophomoi in
journalism, has been named o
ciate editor of the guide by Miss
Biggs. Doug David, business
manage r, has appointed Jim
Thayer, sophomore in journa ism,
assistant business manager.
Besides the names of students,
their addresses and telephone
numbers, the guide will include a
social calendar of all big car. pus
events, the officers of all major
organizations on the campus, and
all living organizations with their
president and treasurer.
Advice is also given on ho-v to
break through the “red tape for
all social functions outside am
campus events, and data on
closed campus week-ends.
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William Gargan and
Edmund Lowe in
'Flying Cadets'
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Richard Arlen and
Andy Devine in
'Men of the
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