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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1941)
THEY MADE HOMECOMING A SUCCESS
Draws 6000 Visitors
Six thousand homecomers celebrated last weekend what Elmer
Fansett, alumni secretary, called the most successful Homecoming
since he has been on the campus.
Fansett declared that this was largely due to the fine work done
by the Homecoming committee in making preparations under the
leadership of Russ Hudson, chair- -
Game High Spot
High spot of the weekend was
the 45th annual football game be
tween Oregon and Oregon State,
which was attended by 20,500 at
2 p.m. Saturday at Hayward field.
An estimated 900 couples at
the dance in McArthur court
Saturday witnessed the presenta
tions of cups to contest winners.
Two new engraved cups were
given to Kappa Alpha Theta and
Sigma Chi, winners of the sign
Alpha Tau Omega and and Chi
Omega, men’s and women’s liv
ing organizations registering the
largest percentage of alums in
relation to the number of mem
bers in the house received cups
which may be kept for one year.
Nominations were made for
1fevV officers at the semiannual
meeting of the alumni associa
tion in Johnson hall Saturday
morning. Those chosen to run for
president were Harris Ellsworth
of Roseburg and Ernest Haycox
of Portland. Nominations for
vice-president were Donald Mc
Cormick of Portland and Roy N.
Vernstrom, sergeant in the U. S.
Mr. Ellsworth is editor and
publisher of the Roseburg News
Review and also operates radio
station KRNR. Mr. Haycox is a
writer of national fame.
Ballots will be sent to paid up
members of the alumni associa
Students planning to change
their Eugene address for the win
ter term and those who are not
returning to school in January,
are asked by Mrs. Evangeline
Morris, housing secretary, to
come to her office as soon as pos
sible to make the necessary hous
Mrs. Morris' office is the first
office to tne left in the first floor
lobby of Johnson hall.
<- She explained that this ar
rangement would make it much
easier for the individual student
at registration time, avoiding
much of the red tape usually en
countered when changing houses.
At Kelly Reid
Among the 1972 cadets induct
ed last month at Aircrew, Kelly
field, Texas, were two former
University students, Tom Bar
rett and Manning Moore.
Barrett left schol in September,
1910 to join the army after study
ing prelaw at the University for
two years. At Fort Lewis he was
platoon sergeant in Company (',
162nd infantry. Barrett is from
Moore was graduated from Ore
gon with a bachelor of science
degree in 1939. His home is in
Long Beach, California.
After five weeks of training at
the new replacement center, these
cadets will begin their flight
training prior t© the thirty weeks
advanced flying course at one of
the army flying schools.
Jam for Breakfast
(Continued from page two)
Bartok, Joseph Szigettzi, and
Benny Badman made a fine rec
ord. Bartok tinkled, Joe scraped
and the king blew. The opus
which resulted was a truly love
ly interpretation of a Mozart
thing for strings and woodwinds,
Benny being the woodwind. So
now' Bartok is coming to lecture
on folk music. He is slated for
Wednesday eve at the music
school at 8 and it’s free so true
music love has got no comeback
and cats should go just to see
what that classical kick really
sounas like. Do you good.
I was glad to hear that every
one was surprised at Woody Hite
Saturday night, including Russ
Hudson and Marv Gorrie. Nuff
Coming band for my scratch is
Sonny Dunham. Nothing but
kicks forever forthcoming. His
Bluebirds are resembling hot
cakes of late, with emphasis on
“Nothin’ ” and “Easy Street.”
Lots of stuff there if you dig it.
Teagarden’s Decca band is pro
ducing more consistent jazz these
difficult days than any other
combo large or larger.
Ralph P. Huestis, Eugene, wras
pledged by Chi Psi Monday, ac
cording to the dean of men's
(Courtesy the Journal)
These students were largely responsible for the successful Homecoming on Saturday and Sunday,
November 29 and SO. Front row, from left, George Arbuckle, rally and mix co-chairman; Maxine
Hansen, Homecoming dance co-chairman; Janet Farnham, hospitality chairman; Reid Farrell, game
events chairman; Jean Frideger, executive secretary chairman; Mary Jane Dunn, Don Walker, special
events; Russ Hudson, general chairman. Back row, Marvin Gorrie, Homecoming dance co-chairman;
Gerald Huestis, ways and meafis chairman; Bob Whitely, sign chairman; Jim Banks, mail publicity;
Ep Hoyt, promotion director; Ray Packouz, theme chairman; Bob Ballard, state publicity chairman,
and Herb Penny, Emerald publicity chairman.
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