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Set for Today
L I BRARY
Set for Today
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1942
NUMBER 121 •
Junior Festivities Loom on Horizon
Highlights of Junior Weekend:
1. Junior Prom plans announced. 2. General admission ‘ ‘ Of
Thee I Sing ’ tickets are still on sale. 3. Names of tradition
offenders listed. 4. Cash prizes to be given at terrace dance.
5. Campus tour for Mothers announced. 6. Mothers’ serenad
es get assignments. 7. Committee plans Mothers’ Weekend.
8. Trains ready for Moms. 9. Helen Holden reviews career.
All-Out PE Setup
Urged for UO Men
■5ing7 tickets Left
Main floor tickets for "Of Thee
I Sing” are still available, con
trary to a statement issued in
Wednesday’s Emerald. These will
'■ike general admission tickets on
the bleachers and are priced at
General admission tickets in
the balcony are being sold for 85
As the last day before Junior
Weekend dawns, Prom Head Les
Anderson announced final plans
for the annual Junior hop. Danc
ing Friday night to Art Holman’s
music the Promenaders will wit
ness the presentation of the Koyl
Mid Gerlinger cups, see a varied
and full program.
The Koyl cup, presented each
year to the outstanding junior
man on the campus, will be
awarded by L. K. Shumaker, as
sistant professor of education.
Members of the Koyl cup com
mittee who will make the selec
tion are: Dc-an Virgil D. Earl,
Anse Cornell, Jessie Bond, and
At the same time the Gerlinger
cup, awarded to the outstanding
junior woman, will be presented
by Dean Hazel P. Schwering. On
tb^ Gerlinger cup committee are
Mrs. F. L. Chambers, Mrs. W. F.
Jewett, Mary Perkins, Elizabeth
Steed, and Billie Christiansen.
Occupying the third stage of
the “Of Thee I Sing’’ set-up will
be Queen Eleanor Engdahl and
her court. The orchestra will oc
cupy the first two stages and will
dedicate one number as a Queen’s
Waltz to Queen Ellie.
Tickets for the Prom are now
on sale at all men’s living or
ganizations. They may also be
purchased at the door. Mothers
See Junior Weekend
MARION RIQUE AND NORMA TREVORROW . . .
go into their dance for “Of Thee I Sing” as fellow members of the cast gather ’round
- Photo by Cccc Snyder
Plan Will Go
The University faculty \Ve<V
nesday recommended to the stato
board of higher education that,
all men enrolled at Oregon be re
quired to take a physical educa
tion course each term during tho
present war emergency. If ap
proved by the board's curriculum,
committee,',this plan Will go info
effect next term.
President Donald M, Erb indi
cated that this action was taken
at the suggestion of the an nett
forces, and will be effective only;
for the duration.
"It is a trend away from sports
for recreation," R. VV. Leighton,
dean of the school of physical
.education, said Wednesday night.
“Team and strenuous sports will
Requirements will be, if the.
recommendation goes into effect:
two terms, sw’imming; two terms
track, including all field events;|
two terms, team sports: basket-*
ball, football, soccer, speedbalJ,
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By TED BUSH
To quote a well-known comic
character, "Times a Wastin’.”
The faculty defense committee
has realized this for some time
and has taken steps to prevent
the waste of valuable time by
students who are liable to induc
tion into the armed forces.
Main point in the committee’s
drive is the window in the Uni
versity Co-op store. This display,
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Photo by Fred May
CO-OP WINDOW DISPLAY . . .
. . . attracts attention to suggested channels of war work.
Srid/ui! CxJ/ia! jjiAlt Out. . .
World s Largest College Yearbook ’
Makes Campus Debut Today
By ROY NELSON
While University men are just
beginning a 2-hour drill in basic
and advanced military this aft
ernoon, the 1942 Oregana will
make a premature debut in the
south corridor of McArthur court.
Tentative date was originally
announced for Friday,' but an
early shipment of 1,500 booKs
makes possible an earlier date for
Starts at 1
Starting at 1 p.m., Kwama as
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Junior Weekend No. 5
Term papers do
And theses too,
And themes ’most every time.
Why is it true
They all fall due
At Junior Weekend time.
. - Photo by Cece Snydcn
ALUMNI’S OKEGANAS ...
. . . paid for by Corrine Nelson, handing cheek to business manager
Emerson Page, as Elmer Fansett, left, alumni secretary, ard Dean
Onthank look on.
Students Must Sign for Sugar Today
Every University student over
13 years of age and not living
with his parents or guardians all
year must register by 8 o'clock
tonight at any local grade school
for their sugar rationing card.
Students in dorms, co-ops, sor
orilies, fraternities, ami "boarding
houses must register if they are
over 18. Students under IS must
be registered by their parents or
With the exception of close
relatives, no one can register for
anyone else, and even if a person
is not planning to use any suga e
he should register, since this reg
istration may serve for rationing;'
of other items.
Condon grade school at F:f-.
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