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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1943)
Coeds to Welcome
'Wolves’ at ’Hop’
(Continued from page five)
named finance chairman of the
Hep Wednesday, and Betty Ann
Stevens, sophomore in journal
ism, and Edith Newton, sopho
more in journalism, will co-chair
men of publicity. Miss Dolph said.
Plans for counting the tickets
accumulated by the men attend
ing the dance are being com
pleted by Mary Corrigan, co
chairman of the dance working
with Miss Dolph.
Organization committee for
the Hop is composed of Barbara
McClung, freshman in architec
ture and allied arts, and Maxine
^ ghes, freshman in physical ed
ucation. Other girls working On
publicity are Dorthy Rodgers,
freshman in liberal arts, and
Doris Chapler, freshman in ar
chitecture and allied arts.
This is the first year that the
Hop has offered any award to
participating men’s organiza
French Movie Pictures
Prints of the Masters
“Carnival in Flanders,” a
French sound movie, will be
shown to the public Thursday,
January 14, at 207 Chapman hall.
The film is sponsored by the Uni
versity French department and
is recommended as light and en
joyable by Dr. Carl L. Johnson,
assistant professor of Romance
Jk'.rhe picture portrays a Flemish
village of about 1616 and con
tains accurate detail authenti
cated from prints of Rembrandt,
Breughel, Hals, and Steen. Length
of the film, which carries Eng
lish titles, is about 95 minutes.
An admission of 25 cents will be
Fresh sea food through
the week. You’ll enjoy
our fine quality sea food.
39 East Broadway
'THE ROAD TO
with Bing Crosby
'Street of Chance"
with Burgess Meredith
Two Hits ! !
with George Saunders
and Tom Conway
“THE BELLS OF
Henry T. and John W. Cram,
twins from Portland who attend
ed the University of Oregon dur
ing 1941, are now both serving in
John entered the navy in Janu
ary, 1942, went to Corpus Christi,
Texas, and is now a pharmacist’s
mate, third class, stationed with
a combat unit on Guadalcanal isl
Henry, who had taken civilian
pilot training previously, joined
the navy as an aviation cadet in
September of 1942. He is now sta
tioned at the Pasco, Washington,
naval training station where he
is engaged in preliminary flight
Ten Evening Classes
Offer Extension Work
Extension classes offered by
the University got under way
Monday night as registration be
gan. Ten classes now meet on the
campus evenings from 7:15 to
On Monday night a class in
conversational Spanish is led by
Marion O. Wright. Tuesday cours
es include a course in adolescence,
taught by James R. Jewell, dean
of the school of education, juven
ile delinquency taught by Dr.
Samuel H. Jameson, and typing
with Miss Lorene Marguth.
Wednesday’s schedule includes
music appreciation by Dr. Theo
dore Kratt; first year Spanish
with Anibal Vargas-Baron; con
versational Spanish with Mrs.
Leavitt O. Wright; and stenogra
phy taught by Jessie M. Smith.
On Thursday a class in twentieth
century literature is given by
Hoyt C. Franchere; American for
eign relations is taught by Dr.
Dan E. Clark; and the typing
class meets again.
Required Aptitude Test
Slated for Pre-Meds
Applications to take the annual
medical aptitude test, which will
be given January 22, at 2 p.m. in
Villard assembly hall, should be
made at once by all pre-medical
students who have not already
taken the test, according to Dr.
H. B. Yocum, chairman of the
pre-medical advisory committee.
They should be filed with Dr.
Yocom in room 207 Deady hall,
he announced Tuesday.
The test, which has been adopt
ed by the Association of Ameri
can Medical Colleges as one of
the requirements for admission,
measures a student’s ability to
learn material similar to that
which will be required of him at
medical school, according to Dr.
Glen Miller Plays!
“A HAUNTING WE
with Laurel &Hardy
Full Length Picture
Makes Small Gain
Late registration climbed slow
ly higher this week to bring the
total number of students now en
rolled to 2482, a loss of 19 per
cent compared to the number of
students here last winter term.
Clifford Constance, assistant
registrar, announced these fig
ures Wednesday and predicted
that the enrollment for this term
will reach 2500 before Saturday.
After the first day of winter
term registration the enrollment
figure stood at 26 per cent of
that a year ago. A steady flow
of late comers credited to late
California trains and the lure of
New Year’s eve in other places
has brought the decrease in the
per cent of enrollment drop.
N. T. Stoddard Voted
UO Alumni President
In its annual election of offi
cers held by mail, the University
of Oregon alumni association
elected N. Thomas Stoddard,
Portland real estate man, to its
presidency. On - the same ballot
George P. Stadelman of The
Dalles was chosen vice-president.
While attending Oregon, Stod
dard was president of the stu
dent body, a member of Friars,
senior men’s honorary, and win
ner of the Alber trophy awarded
to the outstanding senior of the
year. He succeeds Harris Ells
worth, recently elected represen
tative to congress from Oregon’s
new fourth district.
Oregon |f Emerald
Betty Ann White
Copy Desk Staff:
Ted Goodwin, city editor
Betty Lou Siegman
Girls’ basketball officials will
meet at 5 p.m. Friday on the sec
on floor of the Gerlinger gym.
Scorers and timekeepers will
meet at 4 p.m. in the social
rooms on the second floor of Ger
Initiation for new members of
the WAA will be held Thursday
afternoon at 4 in alumni hall,
The women’s life saving class,
scheduled Tuesdays and Thurs
days from 3 to 4:30 p.m., is open
to under and upper classmen, with
credit given for the course. Stu
dents may register in the physi
cal education office, Gerlinger
hall, any time this week.
Members of the Radio Work
shop will meet Thursday at 7
p.m. in the extension building.
Law to Place Its Arm
On Unlicensed Drivers
Owners of automobiles not
bearing 1943 licenses are now
subject to arrest, according to
It was indicated tliat the arm
of the law will clamp down firm
ly on violators who have had over
a month to secure the green
A check made Wednesday of
cars parked on Thirteenth street
disclosed that only a few cars
show the windshield permits. Law
forces stated that no “concerted
drive” will be made, but violators
will be cited when stopped by
Co-ops Go on Ice Friday
An all co-op ice-skating party
has been planned for Friday
night, January 8, from 10 to 12
p.m. Despite gas-rationing, trans
portation for the six houses will
be supplied' by truck.
(Continued from pane one)
mend at today’s council session.
A Fall Project
Freshman class organization
has been a traditional part of fall
term till this year. The 1941-42
executive council moved the date
to winter term.
The issue is a political one con
cerning election of officers and
ratification of a constitution. Fi
nancial problems have been
solved by a loan of $200 from the
revolving fund set up by the sen
This money would be used to
finance the Frosh Glee, and the
annual dance would go on wheth
er or not the class organized po
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