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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1943)
M. A. JACKSON . . .
. . . demonstrating her best Church Voice
Singing, War, Interest
By BETTY ANN STEVENS
“I took voice lessons, and I sing sometimes,” Magaet Ann (M. A.)
tickson admitted disgustedly . . . disgustedly because her sorority
sters heckle her abou tit. “But the only way I can keep on key is to
sing loudly. They call it my church voice,” she explained laughingly.
The dark, husky-voiced Panhellenic president relaxed in the room
she occupied last spring term in the D. G. house, (she’s living out now)
swung her legs over the arm or a
chair, and propped her feet on
“Stalin and X”
“Coed of the week! Yes, Stalin
and I, only he’s man of the year,
isn’t he?” She thereupon
launched into an intense discus
sion of current affairs, finally
remarking lightly, “I read the
newspapers this year. I feel so
enlightened, but don’t ask me
about Rommel. I just keep up on
Russia.” In a serious vein again,
she observed, “When you think
of what they’re going through
over there, and the little, petty,
narrow lives we lead ... it really
^akes you feel futile.”
From ther:e the conversation
passed on to pictures, then men,
then enthusiastically to the man
in M. A.’s life . . . Yes, my
one and only . . . my Kappa
Sig. I’ve been going steady since
June 28, 1941, and have had a
pin since January 12, 1942. He’s
in the army air corps, and he’ll
he getting his wings the first
week in February, if the fates are
According to M.A., engage
ments are being announced in
rapid-fire fashion in the D.G.
house at present, with Peggy Ma
(Please turn to page eight)
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By JEAN FRIDEGER
The rain-soaked Oregon cam
pus may look pretty gloomy at,
times plus mud, plus water, plus
dark eight o’clocks but neverthe
less it’s definitely the male pig
gers’ paradise. Wartime priori
ties and rationing haventt put a
damper on coed allure. Notice
these ultra-super numbers the
gals brought back with ’em af
ter the holidays. . . .
Carolyn Koepke wears the
height of fashion—an oyster col
ored sheer wool with multi-col
ored beaded pockets . . . Adrienne
Moffat sets out wearing a pair
of inch high platform soles in
brown suede . . . Barbara Jones
likes purple crepe with an all
over jewel studded effect—mighty
glamorous . . . Betty Bennett’s
kelly green peg top silk date
dress rates her our vote . . .
Signe Eklund wore a dress New
Year’s eve that will make his
tory. It’s pale green silk jersey,
with large tropic prints . . . Tin
ky Paladini brought back a
smooth white wool suit piped in
navy. Also has two new angora
sweaters, one pink and one blue.
. . . Delores Lassen goes for pur
ple crepe studded with all-over
purple nailheads . . . Peggy Al
This is the plot of my story,
And this is my lay and my
I don't want to meddle with ro
If I’m not on the varsity team.
I don’t want to sit on the side
To come on to the field at your
If I can t play the full sixty min
I don’t want to come out at all.
lison packed two- new sweaters
back—one gold, one lavender , . .
Jean Brice has a cutie of a white
wool dress . . . Fay Rice has a
dark brown ermine coat. Mmmm,
smooth . . . Lois McConkey has
one of those rare pair of wine
colored opalescent sandals . . .
Phyllis Reinbreek looks like a
Vogue model in her bell-shape
black dress with blue and black
beaded sequines . . . Anita Fer
nandez bought a kel’y green wool
suit with Tyrolian silver buttons
and pockets trimmed with red
and green braid . . . Pat Palmer
has a black Chesterfield coat. She
wears it with silver fox muff and
hat . . . Dorothy Giese got a tan
wool date dress from the whis
kered gent . . . Lynn Ortman will
be seen in a white wool . . . .
Teddy Baird got a white teddy
bear coat—red lining, too . . .
Bev Padgham’s new bright char
New for Spring!
All wool Shetland* in
the best looking coats
you’ve seen for this
Boxy types in lovely'
pastels for Spring:
Rose, blue, gold and
aqua. Bright red too,
treuse dress has an accor.'jaa
Jean Yillair's new coat :a a
bright green nubby wool* ....
Marilyn Marshall is another
green addict. Her dress is kelly
green—a sport dress and tr.i;a...
; SEEN THE NEW
They're those classics > OU'
dreom about—but practically
never find ot sensible prices
like these! To be ■worn this
yeor—-ond next—end next—• i
with ever-increasing fondne?*
i; s long, boxy, end cosuub
grosgrain ribbon bound, In
some colors os slip-en. Pure
wool worsted, too.
In Pure Wool Zephyr ..
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t ; ; with simple crew ne'.k,
"push-up" sleeves. Wool
worsted in natural, blue,
maize, red, hunter green.
In Pure Wool Zephyr .