Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 08, 1944, Page 4, Image 4

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‘Spring Fever' Theme
Set for Whiskerino
Set for the first weekend after
spring vacation, the sophomore in
formal (Whiskerino) will be held
March 18 in McArthur court.
Spring Fever has been set as the
theme and Freddy Keller’s or
chestra from Portland will be on
hand to furnish the music.
Marilyn Holden, chairman, has
anounced that in keeping with tra
dition, a Betty Coed and Joe Col
lege will be chosen. A GI Joe will
also be elected. This will be an in
formal dance, with short silks as
the accepted attire.
Committees are as follows: Jim
Bund, properties; Bob Smith and
Louise Goodwin, decoration; Esther
Quier, publicity; Mary Corrigan,
tickets; Delores Hewitt, programs;
Nanette Holmes, patrons; Jack
Pennington, cleanup; June John
son, judges.
Girls Vote Thursday
(Continued from pane one)
Chi Omega, and Pi Phi will have
their doors open Friday night from
9 to 10:30. Each house promises to
have on hand a large stock of
smooth recor ds.
Girls who made posters for the
Heart Hop are Nancy Sampson,
Bonnie Butler, Robbie Bowman,
Marilyn Raoling, Roberta Baxter,
Shirley Beymer, Vada Davis, Betty
Frey, Bettie Hayes, Phyllis Dono
van, and Joanne McCready.
If anyone wishes to obtain more
tickets for the Hop, they may call
Ann Graham at the Theta house.
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"HIGHER AND
HIGHER"
with
FRANK SINATRA
MUICHELE MORGAN
JACK HALEY
Closed Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday
Opens
Thursday
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Annual Mid-Winter
(Continued from page one)
Time .Stolz
Deep in My Heart .Romberg
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Three native American tunes:
The Arkansas Traveler
. arr. Elmore
Haul Away Joe . .arr. Tom Scott '
Torch-bearers . Bissell-Lyman -
(with echo quartet)
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Jor,ny the One.Sacco ’>
Mr. Young and Gleemen i1
When Johnny Comes Marching
Home . ... arr. Mead |
Soldier-Judges Pick
(Continued from page one)
en as the official Emerald cover
girl for .19TtJ).ut her name will not
be divulged until her full-page pic-1
ture appears on the front page of
the Emerald’s spring edition, Feb
ruary 18.
Preferential voting was used to
select the queen of campus queens
from the 24 glamorous candidates.
The finalists chosen are: Susan
Vilas, Pi Beta Phi; Nancy Heber,
Laurel lodge; Barbara Redmore,
Alpha Omicron Pi; Norma David
son, Alpha Chi Omega; Mary Mer
cier, Sigma Kappa; Betty Lee
Humphries, Alpha Delta Pi.
News Girls
(Continued from Page one)
lisher of the Hillsboro Argus, who
will celebrate her fortieth anni
versary in that capacity in April,
has accepted a, special invitation
to the banquet. Since 1923 her son,
W. Verne McKinney, has been edi- \
tor and manager, while she is !
associate editor. During the past
40 years, the Argus has won the !
Sigma Delta Chi contest for Ore- j
gon’s best weekly and a number
of prizes in national contests.
One-Act Plays
(Continued from page one)
be as simple as possible,” Robin
son declared. "Our facilities for !
such a production are limited, and
any play that requires too much
in the way of realistic setting or
male characterization cannot be at
tempted.”
CLASSIFIED ADS
University Post Office across
from the Art School.
21 pairs of gloves
31 bandannas
1 sweater
4 hats
1 rooters lid
2 rings
1 slide rule
2 purses
3 pair shell rimmed glasses
1 watch
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For a complete check on tires,
You can depend on us . .
FIRESTONE STORES
ON THE CORNER OF
Pearl and lltli
Sirls Outnumbered
By G. I.’s in Infirmary
Twelve students were being car
'd for Monday at the infirmary,
vhere the victims of injuries and
11s declined in number since last
veek.
G.I.’s remain in the majority
vith the following eight men: Co.
V, George Reihmer, Frederick Tay
or, Charles Bruneau, Robert Hall,
md Douglass Sammek; Co. B, Al
lert Long; Co. C, Helmer Swensen;
md air corps, Michael Syslo. Three
)f them, Charles Kidd, Don Dix
on, and William McKevitt, were
Oregon &Emerald
Copy Desk Staff
Jeanne Hall,
Betty Ann Stevens,
co-city editors
Elizabeth Haugen
Yvonne Edwards
Night Staff
Maryan Howard, night editor
Hobart Sanifrans
Mabel
released Monday.
Civilians confined are: Dorothy
McLane, Beverly Hopley, Virginia
Alley, and Jerry Bercovitz.
Milk, in all its ■ nutri
tious protein-high good
ness, is not yet on the
ration list. Plan your
war time menus by in
cluding plenty of this
body building drink . . .
and serve it in solid
foods as well. <
Eugene Farmers’
Creamery
Telephone 638
Student Aid
(Continued from page one)
During the 20 year period prior
to the outbreak of the present war
the United States sent approxi
mately 2500 students abroad and
received about the same number
in universities and colleges in this
country.
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RITE-PRICE
DRUGS, INC.
Next Door to
Broadway, Inc.
Phone 2
For tlie
Valentines
PERFUMES
Secret of Suzanne
Lady in the Dark
Tabu
MANICURE SETS
Chen Yu
La Cross
Cutex
TIFFANY-DAVIS
DRUG COMPANY
Corner 8th and Willamette