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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1942)
Mud Sfing Swing
Generous helpings of political
slush will be dished out tonight
at Alpha Delta Sigma's annual
Krazy Kopy Krawl. Living up to
their theme, the “Mud Sling
Swing,’’ the advertising boys
promise a pre-election spectacle
the likes of which has never been
witnessed on the campus, declare
tliaf 1942’s ASUO presidential
candidates will make the walls of
During a special intermission
program Steve Worth, John Bus
terud, Les Anderson, and soon
to-retire Prexy Lou Torgeson will
favor a gaping audience with a
burlesque on campaign speeches.
The bare-legged bombshell who
appeared at Tuesday’s nominat
ing assembly, Joe Montag, will
also be on hand. The Alpha Delta
Sigmas refuse to announce his
costume this time, warn dancers
of a “surprise.”
Costumes to Prevail
Clad in a black cap and gown,
Torgeson will don his most sol
emn face to mediate any argu
ments which might accidentally
arise. Worth will wear a pre-Civil
war costume including glove fit
ting trousers and a stove-pipe
hat; Anderson, playing the role
of a Grecian ruler, will wear a
snowy-white toga and the tradi
tional laurel wreath. Busterud
will wear something appropriate
to the occasion.
Caps, Gowns, and
should be ordered at
All Orders Must
Be in by April 18
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SPRING . . .
u MAKES THE
flowers and grass
grow. We have
a fine selection
of gardening tools.
Broadway and Oak
Broadway and Oak
Wall decorations will be murals
crammed with ridicule on campus
politics. They will have emerged
only after the toil of Fred Gong,
Don Shirley, and Dave Stone. Art
Holman, almost an institution
now at big campus func
tions, has added two violins to
his orchestra—Artie Shaw Stuff.
His arrangements have been re
written to include the string
parts; new spice will flavor the
Two Violins Join
The violinists, Verne Sellin and
Jim Gibson, made their debut dur
ing the show at the Sigma Delta
Chi dance in the Igloo. Holman
declares that he intends to keep
the new additions “from this
Hours scheduled for the dance
are from 9 to 12 p.m. Admission
may be secured at the door for
$1 a couple or students may con
tact house representatives for
Order of the day with Westmin
ster house on Saturday will be a
trip to Kitson springs for a con
ference to last until Sunday eve
ning. Dr. A. E. Caswell, head of
the physics department, and Dr.
Paul B. Means, professor of re
ligion, will head the program.
Other speakers will be Kay
Daugherty, Noel Baer, and Jim
Bryant. Worship services will be
conducted by Flora Kibler, Vir
ginia Taylor, and Florence Ander
son. A play will be presented by
Erma Scott’s players. Stunts and
songs for an evening bonfire par
ty are under the leadership of
Dr. Williston Wirt’s subject at
the First Congregational church
this Sunday will be “Your Sig
nature.” Plymouth club will meet
at 6:45 in the Wheeler room.
At 11 a.m. Sunday Dr. Norman
K. Tully will preach at the First
Congregational church on ‘Is Out
God Able?” and at 7:45 he will
speak on “The Gospel of the
Fiaming Heart.” At 6:30 young
people are invited to a film show
ing in the chapel. “Easter After
glow” is its title. Dr. Tully will
comment on the film.
“Golgotha—In a Garden,” is
the title of Father S. E. Bartlam’s
sermon Sunday morning at St.
Mary’s Episcopal church. At 6:30
Canterbury club invites all stu
dents to a get-together at the
Four members of Wesley house
will conduct services at the Meth
odist church, Cottage Grove, this
Sunday morning. They are: John
Erickson, Murray Adorns, Les
lie Brockelbank, and Joanna
Dr. S. E. Parker’s sermon topic
at the Methodist church this Sun
day morning is “Through This
Gate We Enter.” From 6:30 to 7
p.m. a sing will be held in the
chapel. A worship service will
follow, and installation of the new
cabinet. Murray Adams and Bet
ty Walden will speak on ‘Cur
rent Minority Problems.”
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THEY ARE HARD TO GET
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BURNING BALLOTS . . .
. . . after last year’s illegal election. It will be different this year,
promise campus big-wigs.
Herb Penny air raid warden.
Ruth Kay Collins
Betty Ann Stevens
Janet Wagstaff, city editor
G. Duncan Wimpress
Saturday Ad Staff:
Paul Thurston, manager
John Jensen, assistant
Ted Bush, night editor
Mrs. Turnipseed Speaks
Mrs. Genevieve Turnipseed, di
rector of dormitories, will speak
to the Portland chapter of Oregon
Mothers at their next meeing,
April 15, in the Neighbors of
Woodcraft hall in Portland. Her
subject will be the types of per
sonalities found on college cam
A Full Tank Before
Northwestern university's ci
vilian pilot training programs al
ready has sent enough men into
the armed services to man three
complete combat sections.
The following University of
Oregon men were among 41 col
lege undergraduates in Oregon
who have been sworn in for offi
cers- training in the marine corps
when they graduate:
Bruce W. Carter, Roseburg;
Carelton M. Sutherland, Don
Campbell, Eugene; Albert E.
Roberts. Grants Pass; William J.
Partels, Cottage Grove; Ray
Dickson, Bend; Roger Jayne Jr.,
Lehigh's (Bethlehem, Pa.) reg
istration for 1942 is 1,942.
'MARY AND JOHN'
MAKE A RECORD.. .
of your own voice to send home as a. letter. Ask Dad for money
on a record instead of a letter. Let your boy friend in the army
hear your voice, too. Your family or sweetheart will be thrilled
to hear your voice again.
614-Inch Record—Both Sides—35c
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