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Herbert C. Howe
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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1942
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Wintergreen Rally Heralds Weekend
Sen Stor> Columns 4 and
Independent students voiced
t^eir opinions in another political
affair on the campus and finished
up showing their approval of A1
Larsen, junior in journalism, by
electing him president of the in
dependent students’ association.
Coming in second in the all-in
dependent election, Leighton
Platt, junior in business, finished
with the office of president of the
ISA senate, a group made up of
representatives of the various in
dependent organizations. Besides
being president of the senate,
Platt will also be official vice
president of the ISA.
'Senior representative of the
organization is Alene Gardner,
junior in business, and Norman
Mannheimer, sophomore in busi
ness, won the place of junior rep
Two of the candidates for the
sophomore position tied, the elec
tion board announced last night,
and a run off election will have
(Please turn ter page six)
“We are making an appeal,
rather than an edict,” stated
Dean Hazel P. Schwering about
the ruling requiring parties of six
or more having dinners down
town before the Mortar Board
Ball, to register, with the name
of their chaperon, in the dean’s
The appeal will not affect
groups under six, as was first
Dinner at Houses
At a heads of houses meeting
Monday, it w'as suggested by
Mrs. Schwering that the girls
t-Ske their dates to dinner at their
houses before the ball. Reports
from various houses indicate that
steps are being taken in this di
As Mortar Board is one of the
biggest “money-makers” of the
year, given to raise money for
the Mortar Board scholarships,
Mrs. Schwering feels that it also
ought to be one of the nicer
dances of the year.
When they barred exchange des
We termed it a gruesome act.
’Bout then we all expected
The Inter-Frat council to act.
Restrictions set on Mortar Board
"^4re stiff, you must allow.
The Council should, for cryin’
Take some action now.
Photo by Warren Teeter
CAPTAIN B. F. DAVIS . . .
. . . invades a new kind of enemy. Oregon’s ROTC adjutant is dive
bombed by a huge swarm of vagrant honey bees as he attempts to
evacuate them to their new quarters—a brand new bee hive. The
“yellow horde,” which decided Monday to occupy ROTC headquarters,
inflicted only three minor "wounds” on their one-man enemy during
the course of operations.
Little Sir Echo, Phooey!’
Exclaims Actor Lakefish
By MARJORIE MAJOR
“Gad, that echo comes back and just about knocks you
over. This from “Of Thee I Sing’s’’ Jerry Lakefish, who
plays the scene-stealing forgotten man, Throttlebottom, vice
“The Guild hall was never like this, but when we get the
audience into the Igloo it’ll be okay. This is the closest to
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sure a wonderful chance,” he said.
‘‘But golly,” he exclaimed, ‘‘how
can an actor be subtle in a barn
Jerry’s part is the one made
famous by and written for Victor
Moore, who made a classic of it.
‘‘No, I’m not doing it like he
would—I probably couldn’t any
way, and you can’t be soft spoken
and gentle like Moore in McAr
thur court,” he explained.
His interpretation is character
ized by a shy manner and a high,
almost nasal tone of voice. In this
(Please turn to page six)
.JERKY LAKEFISH ....
. . . Throttlebottom in “Of Thee
The second WAA initiation will
be held this evening at 7:30 in
the alumni room in Gerlinger hall.
Mary Jane Terry, vice-president,
will conduct the ceremony.
The Women’s Athletic associa
tion holds an initiation winter
and spring terms for the girls
who earn checks for participation
in intramural sports. After she
becomes a member the checks
earned are applied toward letters
and other awards.
“In order to develop more in
terest in girls’ sports, the WAA
cabinet members would like to
have 100 per cent membership of
all coeds,’’ Goldie Puziss, presi
'Sing' Tickets at Igloo
General admission tickets for
the downstairs of McArthur
court cannot be purchased after
today, according to Dick Mil
Hams, educational activities di
rector. Th?se tickets will be on
the downstairs bleachers and
will cost 85 cents.
General admission tickets in
the balcony are priced at 55
cents. Tickets may be pur
chased at the educational activ
ities office. Reserve seats are
no longer available.
Vci/ueiif,, the Splice . . .
Hacks, 'War', Lunch
' 1. Junior Weekend rally tonight at 6 o'clock. 2. Tuesday
tradition offenders named. 3. Names of frosh-soph compet
itors must be turned in by noon today. 4. Tickets are now on
sale for Junior Prom. 5. All-campus luncheon described.
6. Rules of Greek-Independent softball game listed. 7. Prior
ities nit junior Weekend.
The "Wintergreen for Presi
Ident" parade, headed by
Queen Elbe I, will begin
winding its way around the
campus tonight at 6
o'clock, starting at the ATO
house, Campaign Manager Bob
The "Of Thee I Sing" political
rally, postponed once because of
rain and the second time because
of Queen Elbe's Tuesday trip to
Portland, will feature four road
The stops will be made at
strategic spots on the campus.
The A'SUO rally squad will noti
fy houses in each territory when
Wintergreen reaches the desig
nated spot to speak to his pub
lic. Houses are asked by Man
(Please turn to page three)
Set For '43, '44
Roy Seeborg', Jim Thayer, ami
Uly Dc.rais are now official menu
tiers of the Co-op store board, it
was revealed last night as the last
ballots of the annual Co-op elec
tion were counted in the student
store after the election closed at,
Seeborg- will be on the board for
one year as the sophomore repre
sentative while Thayer and Do
rais will serve on the policy-set
ting board for two years as jun-'
ior and senior representatives,
(Ph ase turn to page eight)
-—Photo by Fred May
SUGAR SIGN-l'P . . .
. . . started by Connie Fullmer and Carol Pageler nut their names on
the dotted line before G. H. Wood.
UO Signs For Sumr
By EDITH NEWTON
University students started
making a bee line to Condon
school, corner of Fifteenth and
Moss streets Monday afternoon.
That bee line doesn’t result in
money, but it didn’t miss it far,
since it does bring forth a supply
of sugar for students who still
like their coffee with two lumps
and enjoy syrup on their hot
Every student over IS years of
age is expected to register for
himself if he is living away from,
home even if they do not use su
gar since the form filled in now
may serve as registration for
other items that may be rationed
Students under eighteen must
be registered by one of their par
ents or their legal guardian if
they are not living at homo
where they can be registered'witH
the family unit.
(Please turn to /'age six)