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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1942)
A iding finishing touches to the
mural he began last spring is Air.
David J. AIcCosh of the art and
architecture school, assistant pro
fessor of drawing and painting.
The mural, done by Air. Ale
Cosh. by commission of the fed
eral section of fine arts, will be
installed in the post office of
Beresford, South Dakota this
winter. The professor will super
vise the installation.
S-. bject matter of the mural is
a farm scene typical of the farms
in the Beresford district. The
painting is approximately S feet
by 20 feet.
As described by Air. Andrew
AT, Vincent, professor of drawing
and painting, the color tone of
the work is fairly high. He also
explained that color was em
ployed structurally as well as
dec* ratively by the artist and
that it was used in such a way as
to show the vigor of the scene
This is the fourth mural that
Air McCosh has done. One is in
Kelso, Washington, and the other
two are in the building of the de
partment of the interior in Wash
ington, D. C.
.Tames C. Stovall, coordinator
of civilian pilot training', highly
reco mmends the glider corps to
college men interested in OPT
instruction. Men who complete
advanced glider training with the
air corps are assured a staff ser
geant’s rating as the lowest sta
“Giider training gives thorough
preparation for glider work and
also cor power plane service, and
it offers the most rapid advance
ment of any branch of the serv
ice,” reports Stovall.
Th rty-one graduates of Detroit
and other Wayne county high
schools have been awarded De
troit board of education under
grad lates at Wayne university
for the current school year.
A WESTERN EPIC!
Charles Starrett in
'RIDERS OF THE
AND THE VOICE OF
with Basil Rathbone
SAGA OF COURAGE
'Between Us Girls'
Miss M. M. Widmer
A check amounting to $5070.85
from the estate of the late Mar
garet M. Widmer has been re
ceived by the University, accord
ing to an announcement by Dr.
Donald M. Erb, University presi
After her death last year, Miss
Widmer’s saving account was
left in a Seattle bank to be held
for the art school. The bequest
will be used at the discretion of
the art department in the further
ance of its work.
In the past generous contribu
tions to student loan funds have
been received from both Miss
Widmer and her sister, Gertrude
An attempted "freshman upris
ing” in Sherry Ross hall has died
away and again peace reigns su
Led by Gerald Unkeles, Port
land frosli, a group of freshmen
decided to even up the score after
being the subjects of upperclass
men's hazings. Each day two up
perclassmen were selected to be
dunked in the shower. After sev
eral such affairs word got
around that the Order of O would
take care of offenders.
An informal hacking session'
for the freshmen’s benefit fol
lowed. Only fly in the ointment •
was that the upperclassmen
found Gerald’s identical twin
brother, Harold, and gave him a
generous hacking instead.
Womens P E
Ignorance may be bliss, but
women in the 3 p.m. gym classes,
Thursday, felt that certainly was
no excuse when an unidentified
male burst into the dressing
room, took one look, and burst
back out again.
Confronting a bewildered by
stander with a wide-eyed stare,
and "Where in—Gerlinger—is the
dean’s office?” he disappeared in
the direction of University street.
I Portland Figure Skating
Club in an l'.xhibitiun
Regular Tee Skating 7 :45
West 6th Ave.
A Romantic Comedy!
Henry Fonda, Lynn Bari
with John Garfield
By CHAS. POLITZ
Saturday all America cele
brates the only holiday F. D. R.
hasn't had time to change—Sa
die Hawkins day. This is the day
the girls are on the hunt, as they
are every day, this being the only
day, however, they get credit for
it. This is the day thousands join
the navy to have the girl they
just escaped from embroidered
on their chests.
Li'l Abner is hiding under a
giant oak tabulating his income
tax. Daisy Mae is still catching
cold in the same “off-the-bias-I
Not to Mention
This year the menace to her
perpetual objective is Unmention
able, he that heralds his entrance
with a tree (in front of himl.
Mammy Yokum is still exerting
the fraternity influence on Pappy
Yokum’s rural regions. Pre
sarved turnips are as yet not ra
tioned (nobody’s had the guts).
Nothing has changed in Dog
Nothing has changed on the
campus, either. The boys still pool
quarters and take over the city
jail for the day, or build bonfires
of magenta ribbon bows and bob
bie pins to celebrate the occasion.
Sunday all will be normal
again. Unmentionable will be un
mentioned. Li'l Abner will finish
chapter six of his Sears Sloebuck
catalog for the 8 o’clock econ
class, and Daisy Mae will redot
her rotted (shrunk at least) swiss
for Tommy Dorsey.
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
13th and Pearl
Services—S and 11
Student Canterbury Club, 6 to 7,
Wednesday—7 a.m., Communion, Gerlingcr Hall
Rev. E. S, Bartlam, Rector Phone 4606 or 4808
Miss Caroline Hines, Student Advisor Ph. 4605-J or 4808
Here are our heartiest wishes ^
for Oregon’s most successful^
Beat 'Em, Oregon
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