House Heads Elect Officers New officers elected by heads of houses yesterday are Nelda Christenson, president; Mary Louise Vincent, vice-president; Ellie Engdahl, secretary; and Barbara Tuttle, treasurer, an nounced Winifred Green, former president, yesterday. New house leaders listed by Winifred Green are: Alpha Chi Omega, Barbara Tuttle; Alpha Delta Pi, Marilyn Marshall; Al pha Gamma Delta, Watrine Spen ce.i^-Alpha Omicron Pi, Pauline Ewan; Alpha Phi, Gloria Difford; Alpha Xi Delta, Florence Cooley, Chi Omega, Helen Mullen; Delta Delta Delta, Mary Jane Dunn; Delta Gamma, Edith Borda; Gamma Phi Beta, Ellie Engdahl; Hendricks hall, Helen Holden; Highland house, Jane Huston. Others are: Hilyard house, Ruth Baker; Kappa Alpha Theta, Nelda Christenson; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Marge Sawyer; Pi Beta Phi, Mary Louise Vincent; Sig ma Kappa, Maxine Tripp; Susan Campbell hall, F. Deloraine Mark wardt; University house, Lila Mae Eprchner; Zeta Tau Alpha, -^Kathleen Fox; and Orides, Jeanne Smith. Dr Bee Requested The general extension division has recently received a number of letters especially requesting that Dr. Lawrence S. Bee, as sistant professor of sociology, open extension classes in his field in Klamath Falls this term. The classes were scheduled for win ter term, but war conditions and unfavorable weather prevented their being given. Plans are now being made to offer the two classes, sociology d£ the city and the family, as has been requested. In all probabil ity one of the two-hour classes will be given in the late after noon and one in the evening. Hendricks Elects Hendricks hall last week chose its officers for the ensuing year. Officers elected and appointed are president, Helen Holden; vice president, Mary Reimers; secre tary, Peggy Kline; treasurer, Dorothy Ann Paddock; sergeant at-arms, Verne Gunnison; social chairman, Jackie Wilkinson; and acuvities chairman, Margie Rob inson. IUO Prof Now Marine Dr. Harold J. Noble, first lieu tenant, United States Marine Corps and former member of the University’s faculty, is now sta tioned at Camp Elliott, San Di ego, California. Lieutenant No ble is in the intelligence service of the Marine Corps. He taught far-eastern history and Japanese while in the University faculty. | Alpha Takes (Continued from page four) .Dries (Alphaman) called him out on a very questionable decision. The twelfth was sudden death. With two men on, Loyal Lang slashed a liner through the box, I and Chuck Cutler proceeded to [ play ii into a home run. Alpha hall.9-4-3 Sherry Ross .6-8-6 Holloman and Randall; Miller and H. Lawrence. Frosh Track (Continued from page four) javelin and shot; Dave Smith, hurdles; Tom Hazard, 880. Three others, Bob Pearson, Millard Bird, and Don Asselstine, nave had no previous experience and haven't selected their events as yet. ~f There have been no separate freshman workouts. The green candidates have been working out with the varsity, jogging and generally getting into condition. Federal Talent Scouts Raid Oregon Campus ‘Minute Men Movies’ were taken on the campus yesterday when a camera crew from the U. S. treasury department visited the University to take news reel shots of Dr. Earl M. Pallett, ex ecutive-secretary and registrar, and four students prominent in activities. Helen Angell, Phil Lowry, Don Walker and Russ Hudson took part, speaking on behalf of defense bonds. President Erb was origin ally scheduled to appear, but since he was out of town, Dr. Pal lett, who is also air raid warden of the University, was chosen to take his place. Oregon State and the Univer sity of Oregon are the only two universities to be represented in the series, since they originated the defense bond pledge drives. The movies will be shown throughout Oregon, and the best shots will be incorporated in news reels for nationwide release. George Rebec Essay Contest to End Friday Essays for the George Rebec contest are due in the office of the dhilosophy department Fri day, according to the head of the philosophy department, H. G. Townsend. Judges chosen to pick the win ning essay are G. N. Belknap, University editor; Profesor E. C. Lesch, of the English depart ment; and Professor C. B. Beall, of the language department. Greeks Pledge Two Fraternities recently pledged the following men: Warren Car kin, Sigma Chi; Theodore Bouck, Francis Bergstrom, Phi Kappa Psi; Stanley K. Dyer, Delta Up silon; John Emerson, Phi Gamma Delta; Bob Odgers, Kappa Sig ma; Maurice McDonald, Sigma Phi Epsilon; J. Robert Matteson, Alpha Tau Omega; J. Curtis Wel born, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Bob Jackson, Pi Kappa Alpha; and Harry Haugsten, Beta Theta Pi. Cutler Pulls 'Superman' (Continued on page five) again) battling out a 21 to 16 triumph. But every point he made was by the hard way. The handball doubles found Les Anderson and Ed Moshofsky in absentia, so the Sherry Ross boys won the easy way. Ping pong was almost as easy as he and Tommy Galt blasted their way to an easy win, 21 to 4 and 21 to 3. But there’s some hope on the horizon. Cutler graduates in June. r 5 AY Boss_pay me With defense, stamps as part* OF MV SALARY EACH WEEK.— AWt>,lp YOtlDLlKE To4IVE. S MEA RAISE,YOD dAN MAkE ' K— V BONDS VICTORY BUY STATES SAVINGS [*ro STAMPS Broadway Hit Replaces Abandoned Canoe Fete In his sunny, picture-filled office in the little drama studio behind Johnson hall, Horace Robinson is making' final plans for what he hopes will be a ‘near professional treatment” of the Kaufman-Gershwin musical Broadway hit, ‘‘Of Thee i Sing. ’ ’ “It seemed the logical campus-wide choice since the canoe fete was abandoned, and since plans of one sort and another of “Of Thee I Sing” have been made for the past two years,” he said. Mr. Robinson also men tioned that there have been ap peals from various sources to give a musical show whenever cam pus schedules permitted. Auxiliary Since the McArthur court con cert stage is too small, Mr. Rob inson intends to use an auxiliary stage on the balcony level such as the one used in “Peer Gynt,” which he directed. "The staging will be fairly simple,” he said, “and the whole production will be popular and comic.” “Of Thee I Sing” was first pro duced on Broadway for one year' and had a two-year tour. Its stars were William Gaxton and Victor Moore. The play is a satiric scries of pot shots at political procedure, particularly presidential cam paigns. Past Plays Mr, Robinson directed “With Fear and Trembling,” a similar show in 1939. More recently his plays have been “Of Mice and Men,” “George Washington Slept Here,” "Goodbye Again,” “Em peror Jones” and “Ethan Frome.” He has directed and taught in the University drama division for t SAVE MONEY! • Buy Articles • Sell Articles • Find Lost Items • Locate Transportation • What Have You? EMERALD CLASSIFIEDS Phone 3300 — Ext. 354 the past nine years, being active in the theater workshop, the stage design and the technique of acting classes. 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