Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 17, 1942, Image 1

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. . . reveals what is going on in the average University student’s mind after four days of frantic
scrap collecting. __ .
Carey Chosen to Play
For Soph Whiskerino
George Carey and his 15-piece University of Oregon band
have been signed to play at this term’s first all-campus dance,
^cording to Bryce Sidesinger, chairman of the sophomore
•ms hiskerino slated for October 24 at McArthur court.
Candidates for Betty Coed and Joe College, winners of
which will be announced during the ^intermission of the
lance, nave neen selected oy tne
iving organizations.
Additional Dunkings
Jim Popp, high sheriff in
charge of dunkings, announced
:hat there will be two more
lunkings next week for all of
fenders who fail to meet the
vhisker-raising rule imposed on
sophomore men.
Tickets to the annual class
lance are being handled by Phyl
is Horstman. Tickets will go on
“*le in all men's living organi
i>tions Monday at $1.10 per
Entrants Narrowed
The entrants in the Betty Co
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Scrap Drive
Races Ahead
Geologists claim there are no
large metal deposits in Oregon,
but from stuff dug up around
here the last two days it would
be easy to doubt the learned men.
Anything from a hay rack to
a fire engine seems logical for
scrap transportation, and Can
ard club is beginning to think
a hay rack is better than a car,
providing, of course, there are
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Cloud Chooses
Publicity Head
John Mathews, associate ed
itor of the Emerald, was early
last night appointed publicity di
rector for the Homecoming cele
bration by Homecoming Chair
man Pat Cloud. Mathews is the
third named of six assistants to
the chairman. Already appointed
are Marion Harris, executive sec
retary, and Bill Lilly, chairman
of the signs committee.
Cloud also sketched plans for
the immediate future, saying,
“We’ll really start rolling when
the winning slogan for the event
is chosen Monday afternoon.’’
Contest Rules
Entries in the slogan contest
will be accepted up until noon
Monday, October 19, and will be
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Scholarship Regulations
The 2-point requirements
Promulgates retirement.
Time: 10:30 a.m.
At: E. 5th, Oregon
Electric Station
Boat the scrap, to beat the Jap" will echo, re-echo, and
echo again along tire lower length of Willamette street this
morning as the L niversitv in particular and Kugenc in geii
eial turn out en masse for the first iron-steel pounding scrap
noise parade.
Parade lines will form at 10:50 a.in. on East Fifth street'
near the Oregon Electric depot, where living organizations,
■will join other Eugene groups, clubs, and just plain citizens
for one of the biggest celebrations in the city's history. The
rally squad and the Eniversity baud will join the parade at
the starting point.
Band to March
All band members arc to meet at 10:30 m the ROTO build
ing in uniform. They will be transported by truck to town and
will join the parade lines later.
The parade prop* will" start at Fifth and Willamette,
march and roll up \\ illamettc to Thirteenth, then turn left
on I hirteenth to [’earl, where all scrap used will be dumped.
Judges Listed
Judges for the L niversitv s part in the celebration will be
stationed in the Shamrock tea room on Penney's balcony at
the northwest corner of Broadway and Willamette, judges
will be Miss Janet Smith, employment secretary; Virgil 1).
Earl, dean of men; Warren C. Price, assistant professor of
journalism; and Dr. Will Y. Norris, professor of physics.
1 he awards will be graded 50 per cent on quantity of scrap
metal and 50 per cent on amount of noise and participation of
organizations. Prizes will be two $25 war bonds, one to each
of the houses in the winning pair.
Noise Meter Used
A special noise volume recorder will be used by Dr. Norris
to determine which group is the most enthusiastic. Noise must
be hand-generated. No electric or gasoline operated motors
will be allowed by the judges. Ese of special noise-makers
such as high-pitched dog whistles to affect the volume re
corder will not be allowed.
One motor-driven automobile or truck and as many wag
ons, trailers or other trucks or automobiles that can be
pulled may be used by each group.
Violators Ousted
Each organization should have its own signs painted for
the occasion and each group should carry an identifying ban
ner or large sign.
Any violation of the rules of the contest which are listed
in full in the boxed story below, will immediately disqualify
that group. The judges’ decisions will be final. In case one of
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Parade Rules Disclosed
What to use in the scrap iron noise parade:
1. One motor-driven truck or car.
2. As many non-motor-driven wagons, bicycles, carts, ci;
trailers as can be lined up.
Rules for the noise parade:
1. All noise must be “hand generated.’’
2. All scrap used to create noise must be thrown onto the
scrap pile at Thirteenth and Pearl following the parade.
3. Judging will be based 50 per cent on noise, and 50 pet
cent of scrap volume turned in.
4. Violators to rules one and two will be disqualified.