Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 26, 1942, Page 7, Image 7

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Co-editors, Women’s Page
Not to be pessimistic BUT
we’d be willing to wager the
iigortality in roommate friend
ships is going to be terrifically
high the first of this term. The
strain of being cooped up with
one (or three) persons for three
months is not to be taken with
out a few tongue lashings or eye
scratchings. Up North, so we are
informed, they call it "cabin fe
On top of that there won’t be
the respite of canoeing on the
millrace—even if there happened
to be an undrafted male avail
able. Suppose you could go mud
bathing with the girls. What a lot
of fun. Ugh.
We could say something about
Sigma Delta Chi pledge goonies.
All tin-soldiered and wooden
gunned up in advertisement of
their big day Friday.
Saw a girl in the libe the other
day with an unusual hair-do. Lit
tle blossoms of quince pinned
down in the curls at the back of
her tresses—which were black.
Nice . . . Also saw a floppy-eared
red dog tear across the campus
and crash head-long into a quite
obvious pine tree. The poor pup
looked so bewildered.
^ * * *
We vowed we wouldn’t com
plain about things any more—
but seriously, the poor Volga
^QSlWGSull MgAcU . . .
Society Goes Military
To Honor MacArthur
Sigma Delta Chi is heralding ye olde spring term with the first
campus dance of the term in honor of General MacArthur Friday
evening in the Igloo. Jim Bronson and Jerry Lakefish have penned
what, they say, is a masterpiece for spring term varieties to be
presented at a 45-minute intermission at the journalistic honorary’s
informal dance. Carolyn Holmes, campus social chairman, says short
silks will be the fashion note of the evening. Art Holman will be
Saturday evening students from
six co-ops are beginning the term
with a skating party at the ice
rink. Organizations participating
include Highland house, Hilyard
house, University house, Canard
club, Campbell co-op and Kirk
wood co-op.
Since sorority row Is busy this
week with rushing which began
Tuesday and will continue until
Saturday, only four desserts are
scheduled for the week. Canard
club is having dessert with Uni
versity house, Sigma Phi Epsi
lon, Hendricics hall; Phi Gamma
Delta, Alpha Gamma Delta and
Sigma Chi-preference.
boatmen had nothing on Univer
sity students whose obligation it
was to wait in the auto check
line registration day. Poor Ruby
Jackson fainted flat away. Very
gruesome and awful is her story
of being caught in the mass of
towering registrants. And they
talk about the Inquisition. . . .
Miss Jean Boggs ancf William
Knight were married March 14
in California, and are now at
home in Eugene.
The bride graduated from the
University last year and was
president of Alpha Omicron Pi,
her sorority. Mr. Knight is a
graduate student on the campus
this year.
Sue dreamed of a knight on a
charger white,
But she married Jim next door.
She wanted a man, both brave
and bright,
She dreamed of a knight on a
charger white,
And Jim was an awful bore. . . .
Sue dreamed of a knight on a
charger white,
But she married Jim next door.
-—Marjorie Major.
Women Plan
^lesutt Zuenti
It's a woman’s world . . . this
term AWS, WAA, and YWCA
lose their heads . . . and a new
set of officers take up the gavel
The assembly and banquet
scheduled for today to honor new
and retiring AWS office holders
have been cancelled for a future
date because of the illness of '41
pres., Elizabeth “Steedie'’ Steed
. . . new officers of the Associat
ed Women Students will be pre
sented to the student body today
at the ASUO assembly.
Things To Come . . . another
Nickel Hop . . . scheduled early
in the term . . . also, the second
AWS auction of the year . . . the
fall-term sale featured over 100
lost and found articles on the auc
tion block . . . another sale is of
fered because of the host of ar
ticles collected which have re
mained unclaimed.
; , They Say . . . Lois Nordling',
last year’s YWCA head, was
guest at a party given by the
AWS cabinet in honor of her
coming marriage . . . chocolate
.cake played the feature role in
the gathering . . . and of course
a hummin’ game of bridge.
Phi Thetas announce the her
alding of a “twisty” sale . . .
Nancy Riesch, president of the
honorary, declares that plans are
already on the way for the big
gest sale ever . . Kwama mem
bers have scheduled April 18 as
the "Old and new Kwama mem
bers' " picnic . . . with lots of
food and fun. . . .
The Red Cross center in Chap
man is merrily rolling along . . .
sewing and knitting for men in
the armed forces are given out
to students all day Saturday . . .
come up, gals, and join the fun.
After all, it is a woman's world.
—By Barbara Lamb.
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