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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1942)
Lunch Coming Up
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agei' Whitely to remain grouped
after dinner so they may attend
the performance in a body.
At each of the four stops of
the rally procession, Larry Celsi
in his Saturday night role as John
C. Wintergreen, and Mary Sta
ton Krenk in her Mary Turner
eflfttume will give a short skit
from the musical comedy.
Queen Ellie, escorted by Prime
Minister Bud Wimberly and her
four princesses will take a bow.
They will be serenaded by the
Alpha O trio singing “Of Thee I
Sing, Ellie.” The rally squad will
hand out mimeographed words
to this song and the trio will
then lead the Webfoots in salut
ing their queen.
A chorus from the Saturday
stage show will present their
“Wintergreen for President” num
ber before the parade moves on
to the next stop.
The president of each campus
Jiving organization should make
sure that his political sign for
the rally is ready by the correct
time Friday. These signs will be
displayed by Wintergreen stand
The route of the rally is as
Starts ATO house up to nine
teenth to University. First stop.
Along Nineteenth to Alder, up
Alder to Fifteenth. Second halt.
Down Kincaid to Thirteenth,
then along Alder to Fiji house.
Down Alder, Eleventh to Alpha
Phi house. Last halt.
Over two score Wefcfoots
2 didn’t mind their manners
on the first day of tradi
tion enforcement week and
were dealt with by letter
men on Fenton hall step at 12:15
yesterday. Today a like number
will face Oregon “O” men at the
same time and same place.
Offenders who do not appear
when their name is called will
j^peive double penalty the sec
ond day, according to Kenny Oli
phant, head of the vigilantes. If
missing the third day, a posse
will be sent out and no mercy
shown, Chairman Oliphant stat
“Conspicuous by their absence
yesterday” and who will receive
two hacks include:
Arnold Jensen, Lou Warlick,
Ed Mock, Jim O’Malley, Kerm
Smith, Jake Sterling, John San
dus, Bob Blair, Don Blath, Em
erson Page, Joe Miller, Bill Skib
inski, Pete Lamb, Dick Draper.
“First timers” up for punish
A. Soderwall, Paul Bocci, Don
Knowles, Bob Schott, Dick Lat
kin, Bill Skibibski, Dick Burns,
Wayne Williamson, Bill Snell,
Guy Haines, Jim Frost, Jim
Ricksecker, Bob Henderson, Bill
Mather, John Arons, Derrell
Thompson, Dan Vedder, Jack
Matschick, Ken Jackson, Jack
Newcomb, Bob Aikin, Sammie
Crowell, Jim Carney, Ken Sawyer,
Connie Schmick, Ray Schrick,
Tex Goodwin, Bob Magill, Fred
Phillips, Wayne Phillips, Harold
Frosh to Play
Alan Ruvensky, freshman in
music, will be presented over
KOAC at 8:40 this evening. His
program of piano music will in
Theme and variations from
“Sonata in A Major” and the
“Turkish March” from the same
Lloyd, Fritz Timmen, Jack Ken
nedy, Og Young, Jack Cramer,
Phil Reiter, George Grubb, Bob
Barmister, Bill Parker, Victor
Tug to Come
3 Freshmen and sophomore
representatives to the class
tug-of-war must have their
names in to Ed Moshofsky,
cochairman of the event,
by noon today.
The traditional underclassman
struggle will be held on the mud
flats near the music school Sat
urday at 9:30 a.m. Queen Ellie I
and the four royal princesses will
be on hand to umpire the event.
This event will take the place
of the former Millrace tug-of
Tickets for the Junior Prom
4 Friday night have been
placed in the hands of a
representative for each
house, according to Les An
derson, Prom chief. Admission
will be $1.10 including federal
Taking advantage of the triple
decker stage which will be used
in “Of Thee I Sing,” committee
heads will use it as the focal
point for their decorations, ac
cording to Anderson.
On the first two floors, Art
Holman’s orchestra will take its
stand. Queen Ellie I and her court
will reign from the royal throne
on the third story.
Carrying out the red, white,
and blue motif of the patriotic
Weekend, Allied Arts studio has
planned a complete camouflage
of McArthur court with colorful
bunting and the Stars and
A special section in the balco
ny is being roped off for the
mothers. A mother’s ticket will
admit parents to this section and
also to the dance floor free of
charge, Anderson declared.
The Prom will be formal with
corsages in order, according to
Carolyn Holmes, campus social
Friday's noon call of “come
'n' get it” will bring Ore
gon’s 2800 student body
and guests to the old cam
pus quad to be fed by a
committee under the chairman
ship of Carolyn Holmes and
The picnic spread will include
hot dogs, potato salad, potato
chips, ice cream bars, cake, and
punch, according to the head
A streamlined plan of serving
has been arranged to eliminate
“the bottleneck’ 'of waiting lines.
Miss Holmes promised that the
way the tables would be arranged
would facilitate an assembly-line
smoothness of serving.
Tickets will be distributed to
all living organizations through
the Breese Warner system or by
house managers. They will also
be sold at registration and at the
Each organization has been
contacted to donate flat sheet
cakes to feed a hundred.
Rolls will be cut and buttered
Thursday night by 50 freshmen
under the supervision of Barbara
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Photo by Fred May
IT’S A STRIKE . . .
. . . on Hank Burns, says lovely umpire and Junior Weekend Princess
Dotty Greer, as the ball smacks the catcher’s glove.
Star on KOAC
A 30-minute version of "Han
sel and Gretel’’ will be presented
over KOAC at 2 p.m. today, fifth
in the “Children Are Musical” se
ries, produced and directed by
Miss Maude Garnett, associate
professor of public school music.
The brief version of the opera
will be presented by members of
the public school music class,
with two children from McGladry
school taking the parts of Han
sel and Gretel. Ted Harmon, jun
ior in journalism, will be narra
The part of Peter, the father,
will be taken by Jim Strickland;
the part of Gertrude, the mother,;
by Elizabeth Cooper; the witch,
by Mary Bohnenkamp; and the
sandman by Alan Douglas.
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