Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 27, 1943, Image 1

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Sophomore Dance Postponed
Shean SokedLd&i
Boded Gedenda/i
Social events of fall term were scheduled Tuesday at the dean
of women’s office. Any additions to the calendar must be made
by petitioning the dean of women’s office, it was announced.
Influence of soldiers stationed on the campus was seen in
the fact that few social affairs are scheduled for Friday nights,
formerly popular for house dances. Since the soldiers must
make 10:15 or 10:50 bed checks on Friday nights, most dances
and other functions are now being held Saturday nights.
^ FALL, 1943
October 28, i hursday
October 29, Friday
October 30, Saturday
October 31, Sunday
j^^ember 5, Friday
November 6, Saturday
ov ember 13, Saturday
(^►..ember 19, Friday
iwv_ember 20, Saturday
November 26, Thursday
November 26, Friday
November 27, Saturday
November 28, Sunday
December 10, Friday
December 13-16
December 28, Tuesday
Reception at Rom barely lodge
P.E. Welcome party
Steiwer hall dessert
Hallowe'en supper by Delta Xi
Alpha, German honorary
Phi Theta Assembly, 7:30 to 9:00
All-co-op skating' party
Hawthorne lodge formal
Alpha Delta Pi house dance
IIillc.rest lodge informal
Spencer hall
■Alpha Gamma Delta
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Laurel lodge house dance
Lombardy lodge
Mill lodge
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Xi Delta
Chi Omega radio dance
Birch.lodge radio dance
Coed Capers
Pi Beta Phi
Delta Gamma
All-Co-op informal
Alpha Chi Omega
Kappa Alpha Thet?.
Mill lodge
Alpha Phi
Casa Blanca
Delta Delta Delta
Classes end
Registration for winter term'
Ex Student
Fights Fire;
Gets Burns
Called upon to fight fire, Ed
Burlingame, a law student on the
campus last year and now private
first class in the U. S. marine
corps, had a preview of what war
is like. He was one of 87 U. S.
marines seriously burned in a
brush fire near San Diego, which
resulted in the deaths of four.
Burlingame received burns on
bjfc> left leg, left sidl of his face,
and “backside.” He reported,
however, that he was first in and
would probably be the first out
of the hospital. “I was lucky and
will have no scars,” he added.
In a. letter to his mother, dated
(Please turn to page three)
Orides Pledges
Thirty, Chooses
Queen Candidate
Thirty new pledges have been
announced by Orides, independent
women's group on the campus.
Formal initiation for the group
was held Monday evening in Ger
linger hall.
The pledges are: Juanita John
son, Lorraine Cole, Ardath Hutch
inson, Caroline Brockway, Ruth
Ray Cox, Jane Fine, Ruth Rob
ertson, Mary Woodhurst, Shirley
Rubenstein, Della Martin, Doro
thy Elston, Ardelle Vickery, Lydia
Williams, Carol Harter, Alice
Harter, Marene Kjelmyr, Rose
mary McNutt, Marie Swan.
Vivian Knoll, Marie Morgan,
Helen Schow, Kathryn Thompson,
Norma Woodford, Myrl Church,
(Please turn to page four)
Lists Speech
On Prisoners
Feature of the second all-cam
pus assembly of the year will be
Miss Sarah Webb, national repre
sentative of the World Student
Service fund, who will speak on
“University students and teach
ers in prison camps.” The assem
bly is scheduled for the music
auditorium this afternoon at 4,
with Nancy Ames presiding.
The World Student Service
fund sponsors an annual drive to
enlist the help of university stu
dents in providing aid for fellow
students who are prisoners of
war, internees, evacuees, and ref
ugees. Oregon’s goal, according
to leaders of the campaign, is
$1000. It will be up to students
here and on other campuses to
furnish relief for these distressed
students who wish to continue an
education, Dorothy Rogers, chair
man of the drive, stated.
Representatives in each house
will collect contributions, which
will be according to what each
person feels he can give.
A representative of each or
ganization backing the drive will
be on the platform. They are:
Beverlv Padgham, president of
(Please turn to page four)
Lack of Orchestra Stymies
Soph 'Harvest Moon' Hop
Amid rumors and counter-rumors, "Hafvest Moon,” the
sophomore annual dance scheduled for Saturday night, has
been indefinitely postponed, according to Marilyn Holden,
chairman of the dance. The fact that the all-soldier swing band,
would not be allowed to play for the dance and that it is im
possible to get another band, were given as reasons for the
postponement. It is against army regulations for an army band
Dream Gir!
Several girls’ houses have an
nounced their candidate for Ore
gon's Dream Girl to be selected
at the annual Coed Capers on No
vember 10, Gerd Hansen, chair
man of the frolic, said Tuesday.
Mary Bush and June Johnson,
co-chairman of the Dream Girl
selection, listed the following as
Marilyn Walters, Kappa Alpha
Theta: Nadyne Noet. Alpha Omi
cron Pi; Benadine Thomas, Gam
ma. Phi Beta; Shirley Keck, Al
pha Gamma Delta; Margaret Ba
vin. Birch lodge; Virginia, Shutz,
Hawthorne lodge; Gayle Nelson,
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Loudella Louper, Lombardy
lodge; Julia Evonuk, Alpha Xi
Delta: Virginia Hayes, Alpha
Phi; Ardelic Vickery, Orides; Al
ice Chase, Casablanca; Gene
Maty Redmond, Highland house;
Mary Dixon, Delta Gamma;
Betty Wilson, Laurel lodge.
Candidates from other houses
will be announced later, as some
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p:ay at any prom-maKmg
function at which soldiers arc
charged for admission. .
The decision was made at a
meeting of Horace Robinson, ed
ucational activities director. Hazel
F. Schwering, dean of women,
t :rgi! P. Earl, dean of men, Bar
bara Blair, sophomore class pres
ident. Marilyn Holden and the
dance committees after military
officials had informed them f
the regulation.
No definite plans have been
made as to a future date for the
dance but Thanksgiving eve has
been suggested. It may be possi
ble to get Art Holman’s orches
tra on that date, Nancy Amea,
AStlO president, said.
Bud Pence, army social chair
man, announced last night that
the soldier students are tentative
ly planning a formal dance for
Saturday night. No definite plana
have been made but it is likely
that Owen Bailey’s orchestra will
play. Pence stated that he was
"quite sure” the plans would go
through. ,
Scout, Boys
They've called off the mixer
again, men,
A.nd to us-all it hardly seems
Vvcll have to resort to a, \yhisJlo
To get dates for Saturday night,
... fa lSTU*s Rule >h, as he leaves the iottii Cavalrymen behind while ire sprints down the field for a si e»
able Rain. Kuiosh was n:s»on;; the (op gvonn 5 ■ rs fnr the local tear.l in Staid c.ame. In the imn:r
picture pracli'-.tiiv al! of both teams are visin'e in th's is formal ••tnc.s eept tl-- man who shoved tl»
hall ahead one f<: i for ar Af-TU tails. This was the s c< ad time t; c G.I. Ducks crossed the line in a r..i«
soaked tilt which they finally won, 83-13. \