Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 03, 1942, Image 1

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'It Can
Happen Here'
Oregon Opens
Baseball Season
ISA Selects
Steve Worth
For UO Head
Steve Worth, junior in journal
ism, became the independent can
didate for nomination for stu
dent body president Wednesday
after a tabulation of independ
ent votes by the ISA senate at
a meeting in Chapman hall.
Worth’s election was unani
mous for the “No. 1” position
on the independent ballot. He has
been active for the past year in
the organization of the independ
ent students’ organization.
No. 2
TheV’No. 2” position was won
►fey Mary Anderson, sophomore in
physical education and well
known campus baton-twirler. Wes
Sullivan, junior in journalism and
Oregana magazine editor, was
elected to the senior position;
Max Brown, sophomore in sci
ence, will be candidate for the
junior position; and Hal Locke,
freshman in law, will be nom
inated for the sophomore com
Nominations Tuesday
The candidates for independent
nominations were announced by
Milt Smhll. president of the ISA
senate. The candidates, according
Small, will be nominated for
the student body positions open
at the general nominating assem
bly next Tuesday morning.
Max Brown, the junior com
mission nominee, announced that
the candidates will be introduced
to independents at a rally dance,
free to all independents, sched
uled for Friday", April 10.
AN-Campus Sing
If 24 people show up in each
’Twill throw an embarrassing
problem before us.
\^?th the number of entrants this
contest will bring to
There won’t be anyone left they
can sing to. —J.W.S.
. . . she sees Easter in a world
at war.
Early Risers
To Worship
Easter Morn
The completed program of the
Easter sunrise service for all
University students and Eugene
townspeople was announced
Thursday by Pete Howard, gen
eral chairman. The service will
be held this Sunday morning at
7 in McArthur court.
At the same time the Student
Christian council announced that
the offertory received there in
excess of that needed to pay ex
penses of the service would be
contributed to the World Student
Service fund.
“The extra needs of students in
countries abroad have greatly in
creased the demands put on this
fund, and so make the commit
tee’s selection both timely and
wise,” Dan Bacot, YMCA execu
tive secretary, said.
Main Speaker
Prof. Gertrude Boyd Crane of
Pacific university will give the
early morning address on the top
(Please turn to page seven)
U.S. Stars, Stripes
Chosen for Theme
I/O an. fenitjAte+vi QnaUui
Winter term GPA’s indicate that adverse conditions can be
met and mastered. Despite unsettled world conditions, the draft
and a shortened term, the roll of honor includes 29 more names
than that of last fall term.
Two hundred six students are listed with grade points above
3.5. This is also an increase from last spring term when 161 stu
dents made the honor roll.
The number of four points also increased. Last spring 18 made
straight A’s; this fall term 20 turned them in; and winter term
there were 22.
Those who hit the top with four points are: Shirley K. An
derson, Helen Angell, John A. Busterud, Paul E. Callahan, Frankie
Cecil, Marjory E. Clear, Marion D. Cloud, Don H. Coulter, Billie J.
Dexter, Armin H. Gropp, Boy J. Hensley.
Clinton S. McGill, Thelma C. Nelson, Edith A. Ontliank, Jeanne
E. Parker, Elizabeth S. Plankington, Betty J. Poindexter, John
A. Powers, Nicholas V. Riasanovsky, Milton M. Small, Jean E.
Spearow, and Don W. Treadgold.
Slack May Play Here
Committee heads for the Frosh Glee met Thursday night
and formulated plans for the annual freshman dance, which
will be held Friday, April 24, at McArthur court.
Hal Locke, orchestra chairman, announced that prospects
were bright for obtaining Freddy Slack’s orchestra to play
at the dance. Slack, who is considered the originator of “boogie
w uugie
iiiuoiu, was iuuueny it
member of Will Bradley's nation
ally famous band.
Choice Next Week
His band is reported to have
created a new sensation in Cali
fornia, where it has fulfilled sev
eral record engagements at top
night spots. Locke said that the
definite selection of an orches
tra will be made next week, and
if Slack’s band cannot be ob
tained, Woody Hite or one of sev
Committee Chairmen
Named by KKK Chiefs
one of the chiefs for . . .
Chairmen to Reveal j
Theme Tomorrow
Committee heads for the Krazy s
Kopy Krawl, scheduled for Sat- \
urday, April 11, were announced
last night by Bob Lovell and Jim
Thayer, co-chairman of the dance.
They are:
Emerson Page, p r o m o t i oon
chairman; Doug David, tickets; |
Ken Bowes, programs; Don Beld
ing, arrangements and Warren ;|
Roper, patrons. |
The dance .is being sponsored |
by Alpha Delta Sigma, men's na- |
tional advertising honorary. The
theme of the dance and further
details will be announced Satur
day, according to the two chair
bing to Kenearse
“Of Thee I Sing” read
ing rehearsal today at 1
o’clock—Act II, Scene II.
(Photo bu Kcnncll-Ellis)
. . . the Krazy Kopy Krawl
eral Seattle bands may play.
Plans to have an elaborately
decorated dance to express the
naval theme were announced by
Bud Bird, co-chairman of dec
Admiral Elimination
Selection of the five finalists
for the first “Little Admiral” will
be made later next week, accord
ing to Entertainment Chairman
Bass Dyer. He said that all wom
en's organizations are to submit
a picture of their freSimian can
didates by Saturday. It is hoped
that the San Diego naval base
will make the final Election, al
though no word has been re
ceived from them yet.
Girls will be granted 1 o’clock
permission to attend the dance.
During intermission Skull and
Dagger, sophomore men’s hon
orary, plans to have its tapping
ceremony. There may also be sev
eral numbers from finalists in
the all-campus sing which will be
held the following night, it was
announced by publicity chairman
Harry Glickman.
Bat gain Hunter
Buys Lost Dress
A much-feted green forma),
was among the incongruous con
glomeration of apparel and nick
nacks sold over the AWS aution
block Wednesday in front of the
Side. It went to Betty Lou (wily
buyer) Brugman, sophomore in
social science.
The sales netted S28.ll, with
auctioneers Joe Montag and Fred
Lloyd wielding the gavel. Lloyd
substituted for Bunny Potts, who
was originally designated co
auctioneer with Montag.
The enterprise was considered
a success, according to Marge
Dibble, AWS president. She com
mented, "Oh, golly! It was won
Sign Contest
Ends at Noon
The high flying red, white, amt
blue banner of The Stars and
Stripes will be the theme of Jun
ior Weekend in order to carry;
out the "Of Thee I Sing” motif,
the Weekend directorate decidecf
With the announcement of tin*
theme Betty Jane Biggs, promo
tion chairman, pointed out thr.it
the motif could be played up in,
the roaidsidb sign contest which
closes at noon tomorrow.
The selection of a theme war*
left in the hands of the commit
tee instead of holding the tradi
tional theme contest, explained
Pat Cloud, junior class president.
This was done, he said, because
of many difficulties which have
arisen because of war pressure.
No War Kali Kali
John Busterud, Junior Weekend
chairman, pointed out that tin*
theme was not chosen in order;
to play on the present war emo
tionalism but merely to carry out,
the central motif of the musical.
The theme should be used as
“happy type of patriotism,” ho
added, and is not used to remind
students of Pearl Harbor but of
the United States.
The directorate committee
which selected the theme is:
Cloud, Busterud, Miss Biggs, and
Les Anderson, chairman of the"
Junior' Prom committee.
Steele Gets
Yeil Position
Bud Steele, junior in business!
administration, with two terms of
yell duke experience behind him,
was again appointed to this posi
tion Thursday night by Earle
Russell, re-elected yell king'.
Steele was first appointed yell
duke for last spring' term. He
served in this capacity for all of
that term and for most of the
fall term football season, before
being declared ineligible on a;
scholastic ruling.
Duke Lynn
The new yell assistant was cho
sen from a group of candidates
who have been trying out for the
positions during the past week.
Frank Lynn, freshman in business
administration, was previously;
appointed to the dukedom for this
term by Russell.
"I greatly appreciate being re
elected to the yell king position,-1
said Russell Thursday night, "an<t
I hope to really have a program
worked out for next fall's foot
ball season. I would like to havo
another assistant, since three yeil
dukes are provided for in the con
stitution, and if I can arrange*
it I'll appoint a third one before
fall term.” t