Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 06, 1943, Image 1

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    A^idred Wilson Spies
On Ernest Haycox
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Ducks Record Bound
In CSC Aquatic Meet
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Student participation in the campus war board’s fourth
scrap drive hit a low spot Friday, and left co-chairmen of the
^v’age committee, Marge Curtis and Art Damschen, disap
pointed with the results of the afternoon’s collection of fats
and greases.
A total of 190 pounds of fats and greases were contributed
by nine organizations, and three boxes of records and some
Carey Plays
Dorm Formal;
Flowers Out
The once-postponed, long-await
ed Mythical Knight’s ball, annual
inter-dorm formal, sways into
swing tonight with the music of
Mrge Carey’s 15-piece band at
n Straub memorial building.
Carl Peetz, chairman of the
dance, and Norm Mannheimer,
inter-dorm council president, stat
ed simultaneously (as they paus
ed from their preparations), “It’s
going to be one of the most out
standing formal dances on the
campus this year, with excellent
music and an ultra-smooth floor
promised. All flowers will be con
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Remember Last Spring?
Larson and McCliment will debate
O'er M.B.C.
I bet McCliment doesn’t call
Larson TNE.
silk and nylon stockings were al
so added to the salvage collec
Profits Poor
Profits from the 190 pounds
of war material amounted to
$7.60, and this amount will be
added to the service men’s schol
arship fund that will help re
turned service men and women
after the war when they wish to
continue their education.
The collection trip was made in
a car furnished by the Eugene
chemical work, the company that
purchased the fats and greases
and will make them into war ma
Tri Delts First
Contributions of fats and
greases were as follows: Delta
Delta Delta, 73 pounds; Sigma
Chi, 31; Sigma Nu, 18; Gamma
Phi Beta, 18; Pi Beta Phi, 14;
Alpha Chi Omega, 13; University
house, 11; Alpha Phi, 8; and Sig
ma Phi Epsilorf 4.
Some organizations are -always.
faithful and remember to collect
material for the drives every
time, Damschen said, and their
participation is much appreciat
Next Friday the salvage drive
will again emphasize the need for
tin cans as well as records and
Russian Classic to Star
In Sunday’s Symphony
Music of Rimsky-Korsakoff, his overture, “The Russian
Easter,” will be played by the University of Oregon symphony
orchestra when it presents its winter term concert Sunday aft
ernoon at 3 in the school of music auditorium. Rex Underwood,
professor of music, will conduct.
The overture is based on themes of the Russian church ser
vice. It begins with a slow introduction based on the chant,
Beaux Arts
bazaar Set
“Camouflage” will be the
theme of the Beaux Arts bazaar,
the art school's strictly-eostume
affair, scheduled for February
19 from 8 to 11:30 p.m. in the
drafting room of the AAA school.
Prizes will be awarded to the
student and faculty member
whose costumes are judged' the
best. Committees working on the
bazaar plan to purchase a large
glass on which the names of the
winners will be painted. The glass
will be left for Beaux Arts af
fairs in the years to come.
Aames, concessions, and danc
ir^ will be included in the eve
ning’s entertainment. Square
dancing is also tentatively set.
Tickets will go on sale Monday
and will be on sale until Febru
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“Let God Arise.” This moves into
the main movement, fast and agi
tated, which ends with a sonor
ous climax.
The concert is presented under
the auspices of the University
school of music and the educa
tional activities board.
Soloists with MacDowell’s Con
certo' in D minor is Leone La
Duke, pianist and senior in mu
sic. Miss LaDuke says of the con
certo, “It’s a very beautiful con
certo and a good example of the
concerto in the modern idiom.”
Everett Fulton is soloist in the
first movement of Rubenstein’s
Concerto No. 4 in D minor. Ful
ton played this same work in his
piano recital February 4.
The concert is the second pre
sented by the orchestra in the
current school year.
Corelli’s Concerto Gross op. 6,
No. 8 is the other work on the
program. Soloists with this work
are Verne Sellin and James Gib
son, violins, and Baibara Bag
ley, cello. String orchestra only
is used in this work.
■—Photo by Lyle Nelson
From left to right—Phyllis Ilorstman, president of Kwama, Ray Sehrick, Emerald editor, and Margo
Curtis, president of Phi Theta, view the University’s new service flag.
Gold Stars Will Commemorate
War Dead in Johnson Hall
Dadsto Choose
Smiles Girl at 4
Coed glamour will strut its
stuff in Gerlinger hall today at
4 p.m. when Smile’s a Million
Girl candidates swing jauntily
before a committee of campus
dads to prove their feminine
worth to the wide-eyed, not-un
happy - with - it - all fathers.
A vision of 20 “somebody's
daughters” will appear before
Dads Fred Stickles, J. H. Mc
Kinley, J. L. Hesse, L. K. Kay,
and Fay M. Bennett. It will be
their duty to hew the ranks of
queens down to six finalists and
then determine which one shall
be "Smile’s a Million Girl.” Two
other queens will be chosen to re
inforce the dad-greeting Smiles
Girl, and they will be on hand at
all Dads’ day functions to smile.
Nelda Rohrback and her as
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'Hearts’ King
Entries Due
Monday Eve
Candidates for the title of
King of Hearts, as well as run
ner-up positions of Knaves of
Hearts, must be submitted to
Connie Fulmer at the Alpha
Omicron Pi house by 6 p.m. Mon
day, Paith Van Buskirk, public
ity chairman of the girl-date-boy
affair, said Friday. Each men’s
organization will be allowed one
Snapshots of each entrant
must be given Miss Fulmer, and
these pictures will be posted at
the election booth Friday in front
of the College Side. Every girl
who has purchased a ticket for
the afternoon dance will be al
lowed to vote for a candidate.
Gamma Phi Beta girls won the
three records that were offered
to the first organization to go
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SDX, Emerald
Honor 30 Men
On Service Flag
Life and death for 30 men will
be mutely portrayed by the star.-;
of Oregon’s service flag, which
will be hung in Johnson hall lob
by next week, as a memorial to
the University alumni who have
been killed in World War II.
Sponsored by the Emerald and
Sigma Delta Chi, national jour
nalistic fraternity, the Parade
of Pennies, which raised approx
imately $S0, paid for the flag.
Mortar Board, Phi Theta, Kwa
ma, Skull and Dagger, and
Druids, men’s and women’s hon
oraries, collected the money fall
The flag measures four feet
by six feet and the gold stars
appeal' on a white field, bordered
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