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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1942)
Class Nominations Due Today
Sold Until 7
With exactly as many Greek
candidates announced as there are
class offices and exactly as
many independent candidates
named as there are holes in a
blank wall, three separate nom
inating assemblies are scheduled
for 7 p.m. for the classes of ’43,
'44, and ’45.
The class of ’43 will meet in
207 Chapman, the class of ’44 in
105 Commerce, and the class of
'45 in 203 Villard. Class cards for
the freshman and sophomore
classes will be sold until 7 o’clock,
Jim Frost, first vice-president of
the student body, announced last
*“ night. Junior class card sales
closed, according to their consti
tutions, last Thursday.
Students planning to run for a
class office must have their dec
larations of intention to run and
certificates of scholastic eligibil
ity turned in before the nominat
Candidates announced are:
Robert Henderson, candidate
for the sophomore class presi
dency; Alva Granquist, vice-pres
ident; and Jean Taylor, secretary.
Roger Dick, junior class presi
dent; Barbara Lamb, vice-presi
^■dent; and Mary Robinson, secre
The Greek senior class presi
dential candidate, Don Cawley,
was declared ineligible yesterday
because he did not buy a class
card before the sales closed. Nan
cy Lewis will run for the vice
presidency of the senior class,
and Lois Bechdoldt is slated to
try for the position of secretary.
The class elections will be held
along with the general ASUO elec
tions Tuesday, April 14.
Army Day Sees
A large number of ROTC cadets
and cadet officers turned out last
night to march in the Army Day
Led by the University band and
marching under the direction of
Captain Harvey Blythe of the mili
tary department, the cadets aid
ed regular army units and veter
ans in the celebration.
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For Sing Fast
Eighteen women’s organizations and fifteen men’s groups
have entered the all-campus sing contest slated for April 23
in McArthur court.
Each group will present one song, and all will combine in
a finale number to be led by Dean Kratt of the music school.
All contestants will be heard that evening, there will be no
Contesting groups, the number
in each group, and the student di
Highland house, 12, Rosemary
Fish back; Hendricks hall, 24, Bar
bara Crisp; Phi Beta Phi, 24, Jo
anne Riesch; Alpha Gamma Delta,
20, Dorothy Jean Johnson, Phillip
Taylor! University house, 20, Lois
Baldwin; Gamma Phi Beta, 18,
Elizabeth Steed; Kappa Alpha
Theta, 24, Helen Kerr; Hilyard
house, 15, oDrothy Henning.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 24, Phyl
lis Collier; Sigma Kappa, 23, Elna
Ramey; Chi Omega, 23, Petty
MacKall; Susan Campbell hall, 15,
Elizabeth Cooper; Alpha Delta Pi,
24, Barbara Bentley; Alpha Phi,
24, Joyce Wright; Alpha Omicron
Pi, 24, Jane Marie Wilson; Orides,
20, Eileen Loseth; Alpha Chi Ome
ga, 20, Shirley Holcomb; Tri Delt,
24, Stephanie Peterson.
Phi Delta Theta, 24, Chuck
Phipps; Phi Kappa Psi, 16, Steve
Bush; Beta Theta Pi, 16, Paul
Beard; Theta Chi, 24, Bob Ander
son; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 24, Joe
Marty; Sigma Nu, 16, Stan Skilli
corn; Canard club, 14, Don Butzin;
Sigma Chi, 18, Willis B. Johnson.
Campbell club, 12, Weldon
Sloan, Lee Ghormley; Sigma Phi
Epsilon, 21, Jack Hannara; Phi
Gamma Delta, 19, Benjamin
Bates; Alpha Tau Omega, 22, Ox
Wilson; Pi Kappa Alpha, 20, Bob
McFadyen; Delta Upsilon, 24, Jack
Perry; Delta Tau Delta, 20, Don
Elects Heads at Forum
Westminster house officers for
the next school year were elected
at the regular Sunday form meet
ing, April 5. Florence Anderson
was elected president.
Other officers are Flora Kibler,
vice-president; Charlene Roberts,
Secretary; Pauline Smith, treas
urer; Lois Clause, Jim Bryant,
and A1 Larsen, forum co
chairmen; Alice Golden and Doris
Jones, morning group co-chair
men; Norman King, social chair
GLENN MILLER . . .
. . . and songstress will shortly .salute Junior Weekend over a ra
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Christian Science: The Recognition of True Being
by LUCIA C. COULSEN, C. S. B.
Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother
Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in
SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1942, at 3 :00 P.M.
University faculty, staff, and students are
cordially invited to attend.
The second week of late regis
tration brought University en
rollment up to 2784 last Satur
day. This is a i5 per cent de
crease from last year at this time,
but a gain from last week’s to
tal, which indicated an 18 per
April 11 is the last day for
registering or making program
changes, according to C. L. Con
stance, assistant registrar, who
points out that enrollment may
still make further gains.
The decrease shown in male
registration fell from 26 per cent
to 22 per cent. Late entrance of
92 men to student status thus
makes the masculine total 1538.
Feminine enrollment also
gained. There are 1246 women on
the campus, a decrease of only
five per cent from last year. Last
week’s figures showed a six per
Schools which presented the
most marked losses last week
showed gains in the enumeration
of this week. The physical edu
cation enrollment, most notice
able in this respect, has only de
creased 31 per cent; last week the
drop was 46 per cent.
A 25 per cent loss is now in
dicated in law school rolls. Last
week the drop was 28 per cent.
Education enrollment, which
also picked up last week, is now
eight per cent below that of last
year. In last week’s break down
it was 14 per cent lower.
Class registration rose and fell
proportionately to the general
figures. There are now 871 fresh
men, 1003 sophomores, 364 jun
iors, and 367 seniors. The juniors
present the sole growth in class
figures, a 24 per cent increase
from last year.
April 11 is the last day for reg
istering or making program
The federal government is
spending $5,800,000 on college
ROTC units this year ending
June 30, 1942.
Spring May Be
Why suffer when these
cold rainy days return?
You can still catch cold.
Let us fill your sawdust
bin today. Well fill your
order promptly and sat
isfactorily. Phone 651.
997 Oak Call 651
All members and newly nom
inated pledges of Alpha Delta
Sigma are to meet in 104 jour
nalism at 4 p.m. today for in
A general meeting of the IAS
rally dance committees will be
held in the alumni room of Ger
linger hall at 4:30 p.m. today.
All houseboys on campus will
meet at the Side today at 7:30
Summer Sessions catalog will
be ready for distribution this
week. Watch the Emerald for the
Oregon w Emerald
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