Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 26, 1942, Page 3, Image 3

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    Second Vesper
Service Show
Set for Sunday
The second University Vesper
service will be held this Sunday
at 5 p.m. in the Music School au
ditorium, Dr. Paul B. Means, pro
fessor of religion and secretary
of the vesper committee, an
nounced today.
^Ehe program of the service will
be similar to the previous one
held winter term. John Stark Ev
ans, professor of music, is in
charge of the musical part of the
program and announced that
Laurence Pratt, freshman in mu
sic, will play several organ
pieces, among them “A Visitor,”
by Rhinberger, and the Largo
from the "New World” sym
phony by Dvorak. Margaret Zim
merman and Ruth Sprecher will
sing -a duet. The Westminster
readers will take charge of the
meditations part of the program.
This service is held under the
auspices of the school of music
. and the student religious council,
representing the various volun
tary religious organizations on
the campus. It is under the gen
eral direction of Dean Theodore
Amphibians Plan
At a meeting of the Amphibian
club last night, Jeanette Neilson,
president, announced plans for a
swimming pageant to be given
during April. “Practices are ex
Notices Filed
Petitions for the position of
chairman of the rally squad are
be filed in the educational ac
tivities office at McArthur
.court in care of Mary Graham,
secretary, by 5 p.m. Friday,
March 27. They must be accom
panied by a signed statement
of intention to run, and a cer
tificate of scholastic eligibility
from the dean of men.
Male faculty members are to
be honored at a tea to be given
by the YMCA advisory board
at the I’M house from 4 to 5:30
p.m. today.
Epidemically speaking, the
infirmary is now being over
whelmed to the extent of seven
new cases of measles, leaving
the three Betas not so much
alone, and bringing the total of
measles-struck patients up to
Infirmary patietnts are:
YYreatha Johnson, June Ches
ney, Sarah Whitton, Peggy
Smith, Chester Sergeant, Tim
Brinton, Carolyn McKinley,
Eleanor Siewart, Norman King,
Quentin Sidesinger, David
Fortmiller, Bruce Stephenson,
Bob Hammond, Ross Sellars,
Leila Telfer, and Dorothy
tremely important,” said Miss
Neilson, ‘‘and all members not at
tending meetings will be dropped.
The time for the meetings has
been changed from 7:30 to 8:00
but the pool will be open at 7:30
for those who want to come
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Spring Ad Staff
Named by May
Fred O. May, Emei'ald business
manager, last night announced
the following new appointments
to the spring term business staff:
.Tim Thayer, former business
and day manager, as promotion
manager: Connie Fullmer, classi
fied-advertising manager; and
new day managers: Elaine Dahl,
Thursday; Barbara Thompson,
Friday; and John Jensen, assist
ant Saturday.
Jeanne Routt, Paul Thurston,
and Russell Smelser will remain
on their regular day manager
Assisting their respective day
managers are the following:
Tuesday: Beverly Wallace, Doro
thy Hansen; Wednesday, Bob Na
gel, James Magee, Bob Bryant;
Thursday, Barbara Gunning, Pete
Lamb, Ruth Kay Collins; Friday,
Edith Newton, Arliss Boone,
Charline Pelly, Dorothy Bruhn,
Betty Edward; Saturday, Judy
Eccles, Bill Hunt.
Also retaining their present
posts are Lois Clause, circulation
manager; Tyke Flynn, office
manager; and' Helen Rayburn,
layout manager.
Anita Simons hs leic her day
manager post work in a down
town store.
May added that all those who
are interested in joining the busi
ness staff, but did not attend the
Wednesday meeting, should con
tact him immediately.
(Continued from page one)
and school at the end of the week.
The latest classification included
only figures Thursday, Friday
and Saturday. It disclosed a 15
per cent increase in junior regis
tration, and decreases of 39 and
33 per cent in senior and sopho
more enrollment in comparison
with last year.
C. L. Constance, assistant reg
istrar, said that the decrease of
sophomores and increase of jun
iors ws probbly caused in large
part by the receipt of a larger
number of junior certifictes.
The late registration fee be
came $5 Wednesday, the maxi
mum charged. Refund may be
had only on written proof of ill
ness or other serious cause for
delay, as the University regula
tions specify.
In connection with out-of-state
registrtion, C. K. Stalsberg,
cashier, states that out-of-state
fees will be due on April 6.
Davis Given
(Continued from page one)
of Alabama in 1926 and got his
doctor of philosophy at New
York university in 1933. He also
taught at Alabama, Howard col
lege, and Bowling Green business
Captain Davis’ major fields
are education, personnel manage
ment, and business administra
During his career as an edu
cator he has pledged the follow
ing honorary societies: Phi Delta
Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa
Phi Kappa, and Pi Rho Zeta.
While at Oregon he has pledged
Scabbard and Blade.
The Tanaka Memorial
( C ontinued from page two)
bitions plan? A pipe dream?
Let’s not be complacent.
The answer to these vast am
bitions of the Hirohito hordes is
right now being germinated in the
brains of such men as MacArthur
and Cripps. In the meantime, re
member those planes flying north
to Alaska . . . they are not going
up there for tourist duty. Re
member also that the Aleutians
are not far from Japan . . . soon
there will be nice bombing wea
Oregon ^Emerald
Jack Billings
Elsie Brownell
Elaine Dahl
Margaret Deane
Joanne Dolph
Bob Edwards
Bob Fowells
Ted Goodwin
Carol Greening
Ruth Jordan
A1 Larsen
Mona MacAuley
Marjorie Major
John Mathews
Bette Miller
Roy Nelson
Edith Newton
Margie Robinson
Jean Spearow
Betty Ann Stevens
Janet Wagstaff
Mildred Wilson
Copy Desk Staff:
Erling Erlandson, city editor
Fred Kuhl, assistant
Ruth Van Buskirk
Carol Greening
Kelly Snow
Carol Cook
Night Staff:
Bob Edwards, night editor
Betsy Wootton, assistant
Carolyn Vaughn
Connie Fullmer
Bob Churchill
Sue Lewis
Anna Mae Sullivan, co-day
Elaine Dahl, co-day manager.
Emerald Business Staff
Has Mail Clerk Vacancy
JNot a dollar-a-year but a dol
lar-an-issue man is what Fred
O. May, Emerald business man
ager, is looking for.
May is receiving applications
this week for the position of mail
ing clerk. This job pays $1 per
issue of the Emerald. The hours
are from about 6 to 8 a.m.
Applicants should apply by 5
p.m. Friday in the business of
fice, room 5, Journalism, in per
tions, said May. Information
needed is name, address, phone,
age, class, draft status, and ex
The new clerk will work as an
“apprentice” this term, without
pay, for several days, to get
enough experience to take over
next year. Some work on circu
lation records will be required.
Trinity college has a history
class conducted by a blind in
Amphibian tryouts will be held
this afternoon at 5:00 in Gerlin
ger pool.
Phi Beta, music drama, and
dance honorary, will meet this
evening at 7:30 at Abbie Jane
White’s home, 1257 East Nine
teenth street. All members and
pledges are requested to be pres
The Lutheran Student associa
tion will sponsor an ice-skating
party at 10 p.m. Friday, March 27
at the Eugene ice arena. All mem
bers of the organization and their
friends are invited to attend.
Persons without transportation
to the arena are asked to meet at
the YWCA at 9:30 p.m.
A faculty pot-hick supper is be
ing sponsored by Westminster
house this evening at 6. Each per
son who wishes to attend' should
invite a faculty member as a
All science preference students
will meet in room 103, Deady
hall, Thursday afternoon at 4 to
elect delegates to the Oregon Stu
dent Science conference.
With Norma Sf hearer
and Melvin Douglas
With Chester Morris
and Jean Parker
Oregon WEmchalr
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Mailed advertisements must have suffi
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definite number of insertions.
Ads must be in Emerald business ojflice
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sity street.
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2 pairs of tennis shoes.
3 overcoats.
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5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, the last day
in March, these words
will ring out at the auc
tion of unclaimed ar
ticles still at the Univer
sity Depot. If you have
lost anything, be sure to
look over the items and
claim yours before the
Take a faint, and
to the University
Depot today!