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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, TUESDAY OCTOBER 6, 1942 UNIVERSITY OF OREGON,
Pat Cloud Heads Homecoming
War Fund Granted $IOO
A $100 special grant to the Ex
ecutive council for use in campus
defense and miscellaneous needs
climaxed a 17-item agenda at a.
meeting of the educational activ
ities board in Friendly hall Mon
Sixteen points had been sched
uled for the fall opening session.
The grant came as an unexpect
ed seventeenth item, following
proposal by Student Body Presi
dent Les Anderson.
Anderson presented plans for
■'7s campus war board. He pointed
vdt that the executive council
budget as constituted at present
did not allow funds to carry this
program into complete effect.
The board discussed and passed
his motion for the $100 grant.
Relations between executive
council and educational activities
board received further clarifica
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In an election held at the Col
lege Side last Monday, Mary El
len Smith was elected president
of Gamma Alpha Chi, women’s
* ^ tional advertising honorary, to
tuil the vacancy left by the res
ignation of Helen Moore. The so
ciety elected Elizabeth Edmunds
to fill the position of secretary
left by Anita Simons.
Elizabeth Edmunds was also
delegated to represent the chap
ter at the national convention
held at the University of Missouri
in Columbus, Missouri, October
29, 30, 31. She is national adver
tising manager of the Emerald.
ELIZABETH EDMUNDS . * .
. . . has been chosen to represent
Gamma Alpha Chi at a national
convention in Missouri.
That's a Laugh
Bunion Derby’s gone and dead—
And I complained about physical
MAX BROWN, LEFT, AND AL LARSEN, RIGHT . . .
. . . in charge of the athletic card drive for all independent ASUO
members both on and off the campus, discuss their campaign to
bring the number of card buyers even higher than its present record
_ Photo by Hill Goldstein
Choose New Senators
By JUNE TAYLOR
The Independent Students’ association last night started
its second year of, activity when students elected representa
tives to participate in the ISA senate, which will meet for the
first time tomorrow at 7 :30 in room 207 Chapman hall.
Last year John Cavanaugh, Steve Worth, Wini Green,
The 1942 Bunion Derby is now
history, but many “Ducks” and
“Drakes” are still nursing tired
feet and wondering what that
blonde’s name was.
And then there was the bright
girl who wanted to make an im
pression on the obvious looking
freshman lad in the corner and
said, “Of course, YOU’RE not a
freshman.” The answer was,
“Oh, you’re a sophomore?”
“Oh, you must be a junior!”
“No.” The felow was taking
graduate work, here for his fifth
To Be Shown Tonight
Pictures of the Oregon-Navy
game will be shown at 7:30 to
night in 207 Chapman hall.
John Warren, head football
coach and Manny Vezie, assist
ant coach, will show the pic
tures at the first rally squad
activity of the week.
and Milton Small inaugurated the
ISA because of a recognized need
for an organized medium to bring
closer harmony between the
Greeks and independents.
Orientation and adjustment of
independent students and organ
ization of independent activities,
both social and political, are the
main objectves of the ISA, ac
cording to A1 Larsen, president.
“We want this organization to
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Backs Dr. Erb
Concurrent with the request of
Dr. Donald M. Erb, University
president, that students use cars
only when necessary, was an or
der by the office of price admin
istration in Washington, D. C.,
freezing sale of used tires and
The order now brings all rubber
tires under rationing. The Baruch
rubber committee recommenda
tion of a 35-mile-an-hour speed
limit is now in effect in Oregon
and soon speed warning signs will
be posted, according to the state
Exec Comm's First Huddle
Produces Five Appointees
By JOAN DOLPH and MARJORIE YOUNG
What the executive committee did at its first meeting of
the term last night:
1. Selected homecoming chairman.
2. Selected rally squad members to fill vacancies.
3. Decided on future rally activities.
4. Discussed student defense activities.
Pat Cloud, senior in business administration, will fill th«
The Independent Students Ac
tivity Forum, the opportunity for
independents to acquaiift them
selves with their possibilities on
the campus, will open Wednesday
night at 7:30 in room 207, Chap
Dr. Donald M. Erb, University
president; A1 Larson, president of
the ISA; Les Anderson, ASUO
president, and Leighton Platt,
president of the ISA senate, will
make up the panel for the dis
cussion of the independent stu
dent and his activities.
Jim Linsey, activity chairman
of the ISA, will act as chairman
of the forum.
The forum, to which all inde
pendent students are urged to
come, will show what activities
are available for independents
and how to get into them, accord
ing to Larson.
Anderson is going to tell how
the independents can get into
more ASUO activities through a
plan he has worked out.
“This will probably be the most
important meeting of the inde
pendent students this year,” Lar
son said last night.
SDX to Hear
Jack Bellinger, well known
journalist who recently returned
from a Japanese concentration
camp, will be the guest speaker
today at a luncheon in McCradv's
cafe, sponsored by Sigma Delta
Chi, national journalism honorary.
The luncheon will start as soon
after 12 as it is possible to get
there. Invited students should
try to provide their own trans
portation down town, but there
will be cars leaving the journal
ism building at noon.
Russ Hudson, president of Sig
ma Delta Chi, will introduce Bel
linger, a graduate of Oregon and
member of Sigma Delta Chi, who
will tell of his experiences while
being held by the Japs.
Members of Sigma Delta Chi,
Theta, Sigma Phi, the journalism
faculty, and invited guests includ
ing Dr. Donald M. Erb, Univer
sity president; V. P. Morris, dean
of the school of business admin
istration; Col. Sampson, Les An
derson, and Karl Onthank, dean
of personnel, will attend.
position of 1942 homecoming?
chairman, it was announced last
Because of war conditions af
fecting the campus, the home
coming budget lias been cut $llt>
from last year. Regardless cf tho
decrease in funds, ASUO Presi
dent Les Anderson said that
is the hope of this years' com
mittee that we can make Home
coming better than ever if n. i.
bigger than ever before.”
Rally Squad Killed
Besides selectee Cloud, seven
women and'one man were intern,
viewed for the chairmanship. Tim
names of Nancy Ames, Bora.
PAT CLOUD . . .
. . . who last night was chosen
I Homecoming chairman by
the student executive council.
Case, Florence Cooley, Elizabeth
Edmunds, Evelyn Mitchell, Maty;
Ellen Smith, Mary Jane Terry,
and Bill Lilly.
Roberta Madden, junior, a33fl
Polly Gordon, Bonnie Robin arid
Briminna Wang, sophomore u,
were chosen to fill the vacancies
on the rally squad left open when
members formerly appointed
failed to return.
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Slated for Reporters
All embryonic reporters- tho
Emerald editors of tomorrow •
will meet tonight in 105 Journal
ism building with Jack Billings,
Emerald news editor'. It is com
pulsory that all reporters attcndl
According to Billings, a reor
ganization of beats making for
greater efficiency and accuracy
in news coverage, has been ar
ranged. Beats will also be reas
signed and reporters will be ac
quainted with the Emerald “style"