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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1941)
By BARBARA LAMB
It’s a woman’s world . . . the
only man to crash this sphere on
the eve of the Coed Capers will
he the campus copsy, O. L. Rhine
The main headliners in this
week’s preparation for the coed
dance is the skits to be presented
that night . . . the freshman pro
gram will consist of seven beers
j#ith the wrong kind of man . . .
sophomores have finally let out
the name of their number—the
three “C’s” ... no resemblance
to GPA c’s.
Those joking juniors announce
with a flare of bugles that their
skit will be a musical comedy . . .
when Marge Dibble, secretary of
AWS, was asked to give, a short
summary of this comedy she
merely went into hysterics . . .
good enough recommendation.
Horace the Bear will be fully
dealt with by the seniors . . .
Also secretive as to the theme of
the skit . . . not ever a bear out
age of the plot will they divulge
, . . Producer-director, Mrs. As
sistant-Dean Macduff, promises
with a smile that the faculty pro
gram will be a sensation.
Flashes from the feminine front
. . . Bette Morfitt has secured 15
lettemaan sweaters which the
senior cops will wear the night of
the dance to keep out transgres
sors . . . they shall not pass . . .
Maxine Hansen is looking as yet
for a letterman’s sweater that
will fit her.
Mr. and Mrs. W .Boyce Stan
ard, ’35, (Nancy E. Archbold, ’35)
are the parents of a son, John
-Sdwin, born July 5, in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Meier,
*34, are the parents of a son,
James L., bom August 9.
A daughter, Nan Adrionne, was
born June 26 to Mr. and Mrs.
George R. Blair, ’31.
Swirl of Activity Set
For Campus Weekend
By LOIS HL'LSER
Barn dances under disguise of a dozen themes and various nov
elty dances planned by 18 houses promise to make this weekend
surpassed in social activity, only by Homecoming. Saturday night
vill climax fall term house dances, since both December weekends
ire blank pages on the Oregon social calendar.
Alpha Delta Pi members are surprising their pledges by using
l secret theme for their dance
Friday evening at which Maestro
Lrt Holman will preside. A pa
riotic theme will reign at Alpha
Imicron Pi. Fred Beardsley will
jad the band. The Theta theme
3 still a secret. Their man is
'ed Hallock. Zeta Tau Alpha’s
adio dance is included on the list
f Friday night entertainments.
?he Kappa dance will feature
lembers of Fred Beardsley's
ATOs will feature Hal Hardin
t their annual Trapper’s dance
laturday evening. The Tillamook
lillbillies are coming down again
or the Theta Chi “Harvest
loon” dance. Jungle jive will be
he latest thing at Sigma Chi as
he house is transformed into a
;rass hut. Gale Quinn and his
oys will furnish the tantalizing
ango rhythms. In keeping with
heir theme, “Backwoods,” the
Jetas are having a small but tai
nted group of musicians for
heir dance. Sig Eps are staging
he only formal of the weekend
irhen they honor their pledges
idth. a Blue Champagne dance.
Sale Quinn will play.
Another familiar theme is
Hells-a-poppin” to be staged
laturday night by Phi Gamma
)elta. Their band is Fred Beards
ey. The informal Delt dance will
eature music by Bill Kremmel.
’heir theme is a secret (they'd
letter think of one by Saturday),
lari Rooen will simplify his
hythm for the younger set at
he DU Kid Party. Hal Rhoem
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will play lor the inter-co-op dance
to be held in Gerlinger—theme,
Susan Campbell dance will be
in a marine setting and decora
tions will depict under-sea life.
Their maestro is Bill Kremmel.
Tri Delts will go to their dance
Saturday evening dressed to re
semble sheet music. Bob McFad
den will play.
Saturday afternoon Gamma
Phis are entertaining their dates
at a tea dance with. Art Holman
on the bandstand.
The week’s dessert lists includes
Delta Tau Delta- Alpha Chi Ome
ga; Alpha Delta Pi-preference;
Pi Kappa Alpha-Alpha Omicron
Pi; Alpha Xi Delta-Phi Kappa
Psi; Kappa Sigma-Chi Omega;
Sigma Chi-Delta Delta Delta;
Delta Gamma-Delta Gamma Al
umnae; Theta Chi-Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Pi Beta Phi-Sigma Phi
Epsilon; Zeta Tau .Alpha-Phi
Gamma Delta; Highland house
Canard club; Sigma Alpha Epsi
lon-Kappa Alpha, Theta; Phi Del
ta Theta-Emerald house. To
night’s desserts include Sigma
Kappa-Omega hall and Hendricks .
Kappa Alpha Theta and Phi
Sigma Kappa are having prefer
ence dinners Sunday. Phi Delts
and SAEs are having an ex
change dinner tonight.
Tonight Delta Tau Delta is
having its annual dinner honoring
sisters and daughters of Delts.
The engagement of Jonellc
Melvin,Alpha Omicron Pi, and
Len Clark, ’41, Theta Chi, was
celebrated at the bride-elect's so
rority last night with the tradi
tional box of chocolates. No date
has been set for the wedding.
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• Military Shoes
• Wooden Shoes
By JEAN FRIDEGER
What a weekend with Portland
games, skipping classes and
house dances ....
Cynthia Caufield, half of “Two
Sleepy People" at the Alpha Phi
house dance wearing blue and
white stripe pj's and bathrobe.
. . . Shirley Lindley dons pink
sweater and diapers for the Alpha
Chi baby pa-rty . . . Norma Tre
vorrow seen at same in white
nightie and cap . . . Barbara Mor
rison Sigma Nuvering in jeans
and plaids . . . Dorothy Wheeler
shocks 'em in pink and green jer
sey at the Chi O formal . . .
Marian Marks "Sets the World
on Fire" in white wrool jersey
. . . Ideal Soph Girl Betty Kin
oaid votes for navy sweaters with
lighter blue lei and bracelet . . .
Dottle Harding classifies in red
and beige. . .
Portland weekender Anna Lee
McDonald's red plaid suit with
its green stripe and matching
cashmere sweater gets their ap
proval . . . Milo Daniels initiate*
the stripe tea shirt fad . . . YVatctt
for Sue Sawyer's white wool . . .
Claire Dommcr goes Oregon in
pale yellow suit and hat . . . Bet
ty Petterson mixes luggage lan
with her beige suit for a Santa
Clara special . . . Hope Hughes
makes it unanimous for plaids
and jeans at the Sigma Nu *>op.
Mr, and Mrs. Richard R. Mor
ris. J.D. '30 (Carolyn Anne
Franks, '36) are the parents of a
son, John F., born May 16.
Lieut, and Mrs. Bruce E. Sli
cker, '34. are the parents of a
daughter, Susan, born August 31.
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