UO Enrollment reuses See Page Eight First Emerald Football Edition Get 'Em, Ducks! VOLUME XLIV UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1942 NUMBER 4 Ducks Meet Navy In ’42 Opener Local Office For Reserves Established (See story page 8) A special campus enlistment office under the direction of Lieutenant Robert G. Davis will be opened Monday afternoon in room 2 of the Commerce building for students who have not yet enlisted in any of the military re serve programs after Registra tion is completed. Students wishing to enlist in the reserves should obtain their application blanks from the desk that will be opened' on the first '§ r of Johnson hall Monday. Open Hours When the applications*- have been properly filled in they are to be returned to the new office which will be open Monday through Friday from 1 to 5 in the afternoon and between 8 and 12 o’clock Saturday mornings. The necessary typing that must accompany the completed appli cations for enlistment in a re serve program will be done by volunteers from the women’s liv ing organizations. Phi Theta Up silon, junior women’s honorary, has volunteered to do the desk work every afternoon in the en listment office. Better Chance By enlisting in a reserve pro gram students will be given a better opportunity to finish their <M*;ge education, however, if war conditions warrant such ac tion, students may be called into active duty at any time. Dr. Karl Kossack, campus ad viser on military reserve, said he hoped to complete most of the enlistments on the campus in a it && month. Busses Reduce Student Fares In cooperatioa^mth the Uni versity’s request to ban^student owned automobiles from the cam pus, the Oregon Motor Stages announced a two-cent reduction ? city fares yesterday. '"Students wishing to take ad vantage of this reduction in rates may secure application blanks from the Oregon Motor Stages offices at 532 Oak street. Blanks must be signed by a member of the University faculty and re turned to the Oregon Motor Stag es offices. There, they will be ex changed for a book of twenty tickets which may be purchased for one dollar. This reduction in rates will go into effect immediately. Fares for the general public will remain at 7 cents. jxes Should Congress bear down Don't grumble and frown. If it wasn't for taxes We might have the Axis. —J.W.S. Look Out, Tex . . . Here Comes Tommy TOMMY ROBLIN . . . . . . spark-plugs the Webfoot baekfield with his brilliant running, passing, and kicking. Last year he received honorable mention All America recognition. Reception, Hello Dance Begin at 8 p.m. in Igloo The president’s 'reception and Hello Dance has been scheduled for tonight between 8 and 12 p.m. in McArthur court and will not start at 9 p.m. as was pre viously stated. Les Anderson, ASUO president, will introduce the following mem bers of the receiving line: Dr. Donald M. Erb, Dean Hazel P. Schwering, Dean Karl W. On thank, Dean Virgil D. Earl, Kenneth Shumaker, and Mrs. Al ice Macduff. All Dancing “Students can dance from the time they enter the reception un til they leave the dance,’’ de clared Mrs. Macduff, assistant dean cf women, in answer to a quesfion concerning the reception. Mr. and Mrs. George Turnbull, who are in charge of chaperons, will be assisted by “freshman” faculty members. Mrs. Genevieve Turnipseed will help prepare the punch, while members of Skull and Dagger, sophomore men’s service honor ary, are in charge of serving. Members of Kwama, sophomore women’s service honorary, will assist them. Warren Plans Canny Game; Speculators Favor Fliers By JOE MILLER A quietly confident band of 42 University of Oregon Web foots today awaits the opening 2-o'clock kickoff on the historic turf of Portland's Multnomah Stadium and its crucial tesfc with the St. Marys navy pre-flight eleven coached by Lt. Com mander Tex Oliver, former Oregon headman. It has been unanimously agreed that this fray will make or Dr. Erb Urges No Cars at UO Appealing to students to leave cars at home, Dr. Donald M. Erb, president of the University, de clared Thursday that he saw no reason for any student to have a car on the campus except under exceptional circumstances. Conditions justifying the use of student cars were physical disability, employment, or living a great distance from the cam pus. A car would be justified in the latter case only if public transportation facilities could not be used. Dr. Erb's statement was in agreement with a recent state ment issued by William H. Craw ford, chairman of the state high way traffic advisory committee. Joint Military Board To Visit University A joint military procurement board, with representatives of army, navy"and marine corps re cruiting services, will visit the campus October 27 to 29, Dr. Carl F. Kossack, chairman ef the bu reau of military information and placement, has been informed. Beginning with a special as sembly October 27, this board will present the opportunities of the various services to UO students and will endeavor to explain the need and value of these military reserve corps and the role the individual will be expected to play. (See complete roster, page 4) University of Oregon Navy Pre-Flight Jim Shephard, 198.LER.Ed Erdelatz, 206 (St. Mary’s) Ed Moshofsky, 195.LTR.Ray George, 225 (U.S.C.) Floyd Rhea, 200 ..LGR.Frank Velisok, 192 , • (Creighton) Val Culwell, 200.L...-..RGL .Joe Ruetz, 200 (Notre Dame) (U.S.C.) Russ Nowling, 185.REL.Ed Manske, 184 (Northwestern) Len Surles, 195. . QB.Frankie Albert, 170 (Stanford) Tommy Roblin, 185.LHR Jimmy Newquist, 185 (U. of O.) Kenny Oliphant, 174.RHL.Bill Rhyne, 172 (San Jose State) Steve Bodner, 208 C Alden McBarron, 195 (Portland U.) Dick Ashcom, 210. RTL.Don Wilier, 198 Roy Dyer, 184 FB.Bob Koch, 193 (U. of O.) UH- ll V_ A. O . omuuu lir* lose it by an overwhelming score they will face a difficult job re bounding against Washington State and Washington. But should they triumph or lose a close game it might be a springboard to send the Webfoots roaring away to a highly successful ini tial season for Webfoot coach, "Honest John” Warren. The ec rt - test will have the eyes of the country focused On it. as the game will be a'dipo'ff to jrst. what the Navy pre-flight school-! can do against big league oppo sition. Nayy Favored Along “betting row” last night in Portland the wig.e, proney pick ers were . giving ,the . Air PcvP-t and seven points or, offering 2. to 1 without points. A last minute influx of Oregon mojtey pull- l the odds down from,to 1. along with the fact that Warren de cided at the last minute to take his entire squad ’instead of the customary 28'he had planned cap tions. , The Navy Air‘ PbviVs pulled into Eugene Friday morning and several of the Oregon player-* were down to meet old mates, Jim Newquist, Bob Koch, Morris Jackson, and Neal Baumgartner, all of whom are expected to in Tex Oliver's opening lineup. Air Devils Confident The "Devil Dogs’ ’appeared su premely confident of an easy vic tory. John Warren was count ing heavily on this factor in tin* hopes of pulling a major upset bv his varsity coaching debut. In Friday night chalk talk he told’ his team that they had a good chance to triumph over Oliver’;* Aviators if they kept on their toes and fought all the time. ) Oregon morale appeared highi for the fracas. The entire 42-man squad was in excellent shape, and the whole team felt confi dent that Sophomore Bill Davi» would he able to play 60 min utes in the fullback post if bt> (Please turn to page jour) Emerald Staffs Meet Tuesday, Wednesday All students who wish to work on the nows staff of the Emerald should report to the first general meeting of the year in 105 Jour nalism at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The business staff will meet in the* same room at the same time, Wednesday. At the news staff meeting, ap plications will be taken and bea1s» assigned, according to G. Dune a a Wimpiess, managing editor, who advised every prospective writer or solicitor to attend. “All persons interested in working on the Emerald must be there,” he stressed.