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VOLUME XLIV NUMBER 79
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1943
Beavers Batter UO Webfoots
With Second Half Surge, 46-36
i Beck, Anderson Ruin Victory
fclopes With Heavy Barrage
By FRED TREADGOLD
Co-Sports Editor, the Emerald
A ball-hawking, opportunity-snatching Oregon State quin
tet, with aggressiveness as their keynote, climbed all over an
impotent Oregon Duck outfit in a vigorous second-half drive
to smother our gang of casaba tossers, 46 to 36, at Corvallis last
night. The win gave the Orangemen a one-game bulge in the
four-contest series and allowed the winners to hurdle the pros
trate Ducks and sieze third place in the conference pennant
Lewie (Bad News) Beck and
Andy Anderson, sharp-shooting
soph center, were the big cogs in
the Beaver victory cart, plunking
in 11 and 10 points, respectively.
But all the Bevos came through
from time to time with vital
The Ducks started off with a
"koom” when a Rolph Fuhr
lllegai Cards Nailed
Illegally used athletic cards
will be collected by ushers at
the OSC game tonight, and
cards collected will not be re
This announcen (mt was
made yesterday by the athlet
ic office. Athletic cards are,
according to a University rul
ing, neither negotiable nor
man pusher and a gift toss gave
them a 3 to 1 advantage. This
was just a temporary advantage
as Don Durdan, despite bleary
eyes, and the talented Mr. Ander
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Election of new AWS, WAA,
and YWCA cabinet officers will
be staged at 11 next Thursday
morning at Gerlinger, according
to Marge Dibble, present AWS
With a system of voting that
insurance no one knowing who
is to be nominated, not even the
candidates, until assembly, Kwa
mas and Phi Thetas will check,
via pigger’s guide, each ballot
cast as voters leave the room.
No one may leave the building
and return later.
Voters are urged by the coun
cil to be at Gerlinger as soon as
possible after their 10 o’clocks,
“and', above all, be there.” The
new office-holders will be an
nounced in. Friday’s Emerald.
Present AWS officers are:
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By BETTY LU SIEGMAN
Mozart's enchanting comedy,
“The Marriage of Figaro,” which
comes to McArthur court in the
University’s Greater Artist se
ries this Monday, February 15, is
agreed by critics to have done
more to popularize opera in
America than anything in years.
Dr. Theodore Kratt, dean of
Oregon’s school of music, who
saw the production in Chicago,
says, “It is very, very good. You’d
be amazed how the narrator can
take the part of the scenery. It
makes me see how we could pro
duce opera on our stage.”
Narrator for 9 o’clock
Produced by the Nine o’clock
Opera company, the opera is pre
sented in English by a cast of
seven persons so that audiences
all over America can laugh at
the story at the same time that
they enjoy the music.
Gean Greenwell, narrator, who
also acts the part of Antonio, the
gardner, has the similar problem
of Frank Craven in “Our Town,”
for he has to make the audience
see what isn’t there. A newcom
er this season to the company, he
supplies the explanations and
comment introduced to make up
for the lack of scenery and the
cuts made in the action.
The seven other members of
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Voice of Experience
Though not as pally,
Will be as dirty
As the rally.
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Registration: Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12:30 in Johnson hail.
From 12:30 to 2:30 in John Straub memorial building.
From 3 to 5 p.m. iir Johnson hall.
10:00 a.m.—Executive committee meeting. Office of Dr. Don
ald M. Erb, president of the University.
1:00 p.m.—Annual Dads’ Day luncheon. John Straub mem
3 :00 p.m.—Annual business meeting of Oregon Dads. Guilt!
theater, Johnson hall. After the business meeting there
will be all-campus open house.
6 :00 p.m.—Dinner with sons and daughters at living organi
8:00 p.m.—Varsity basketball game, University of Oregon vs.
Oregon State college. McArthur court.
9:30 p.m. "The Whole Town’s Talking." Special after-game
performance by University students in the Guild thea
ter, Johnson hall.
9:30 Breakfast meeting of old and new members of the Ore
gon Dads executive committee. Eugene hotel.
11:00 a.m.—Special Dads’ Day services in Eugene churches.
1:00 p.m.—Dinner with sons and daughters.
4:00 Browsing room record concert in the library.
Oregon Dads Begin Weekend
Of Fun, Food and Hospitality
By EDITH NEWTON
Hi Dad! ... is the welcome cry today as Oregon dads and
mothers stream on to the campus to celebrate a long-awaited
Dads’ Day and spend a "maybe last” fun and food-filled week- '
end with sons and daughters.
The weekend will officially move into high gear with the
registration of dads at 10 today in Johnson.
As an additional drawing card
to the postponed Kwama saga of
campus defense, “Paging Hitler
ina Hepcat,’’ which will definitely
be held Tuesday at 4 in Gerlin
ger, a WAAC, Miss Betty Her
ring, will speak to the assembled
Miss Herring will be available
for conferences in the men’s
lounge in Gerlinger Wednesday
from 10 to 12 and from 1 to 3.
Further information about con
ferences may be obtained by
phoning Miss Mabel Wood.
DAD GLADHANDERS . . .
. . . responsible for the weekend planned especially for dads are Sally Spies, Mary Bush, Peggy W right, Joyce Clark, Edith
Frideger, Betty Ann Keup, Joanne Nichols, Charles Politz: Back row: Dean Karl W. Onthank, James Thayer, Bob Mueller,
Ted Goodwin, Lawrence Beaudoin, and Bob Henderson.
Committee members, under the
guidance of Chairman Jim Thay
er, have planned a full program
for the dads that come today.
Mothers, too, have been included
in the plans.
Highlight of today's program
is the 1 o’clock luncheon that
will feature the point ration
theme concocted and carried out
under the direction of Charles?
Politz, promotion director of
Dads' day. Joanne Nichols, Bet
ty Ann Keup, and Jean Frideger
have arranged for the luncheon
in John Straub memorial ha)?.
Tickets to the affair are still
available and may be purchased
for $1 in the office of Mrs. Evan
geline Morris, housing secretary
in Johnson hall.
James Abbe, world traveler
and war commentator of KGW
will be the main speaker at the
luncheon where Ed F. Averil?,
president of the Oregon Dads,
will preside. Pete Howard has ar
ranged this program.
Abbe is officially scheduled to
speak on the subject, “Parental
and Filial Responsibilities in a
Warring World”; however, he has
recently said that his talk will
be very informal and questions
will be welcome.
Presented at the luncheon, and
at all other official functions of
the Dads’ program, will be
Smile’s a Million girl June-Marie
Wilson and her two assistant
smile girls, Marian Harris and
Dads must register before 4:30
this afternoon to be counted in
the competition between organ
izations to win the cups being
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