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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1944)
Know Your Candidates
(Continued from page three)
senate, incoming treasurer of Phi
Chi Theta, business honorary; and
chairman of the love and marriage
* * *
“Buckie” is what they call Alice
Buckingham, music major, at Uni
versity house, who is ISA's candi
date (yet to be formally nominat
ed) for president of the class of '47.
She’s Alice Buckingham—tall,
slim, dark-eyed, likeable. She wears
her hair now as Ingrid Bergman
did in “For Whom the Bell Tolls.”
Activities such as secretary* of
the freshman class, freshman rep
resentative on the ISA cabinet,
ticket salesman for Coed Capers,
co-chairman of Phi Theta Upsilon’s
food sale, member of Phi Beta,
music honorary, and entertainment
chairman for the ISA mixer cul
minating in her being tapped
Thursday for Kwama, sophomore
Alice has been much in demand
as an accompanist. She is from
Marshfield, and is attending school
on an Oregon Mothers’ scholarship.
Hours of work on the Emerald |
doing everything from writing
stories to serving as assistant man
aging editor of the Emerald took
Elizabeth Haugen to Matrix table
as outstanding freshman woman in
journalism. Now she is on the in
dependent ticket for number two
position for the sophomore class.
’Liz, as she is known, covets
sleep, and Thursday and Friday
had some chance to get it while in
the infirmary with a cold.
“I like to meet and know all
kinds of people,” said Miss Haug
en, and she has done a lot of that
as reporter on the Emerald, and
before college, as editor of the Post
of Franklin high school in Port
land. And she is the kind of person
whom people like to nave question
She spent last summer as a ship
yard private secretary, but hopes
to be a burner in the shipyards
I Continued from payc three)
l>er; chairman of Junior Weekend
song contest; vice-president of her
house; chairman of Dad’s day en
tertainment committee, and a
member of the WSSF committee.
Arliss is majoring in journalism
ami hopes to enter the advertising
field after graduation.
* * #
rTve written many interviews
but this is the first time I have
even been on the receiving end of
the questions.” Jean Lawrence,
Greek nominee for vice-president
of the sophomore class, said as
queries were tossed at her about
her major, which is journalism, and
her activities which are numerous.
She came to the campus last
year to attend the high school
press conference and liked Oregon
so well she came back to go to
school this year.
The Emerald claims most cf her j
time, but she has found the time |
to play a secretary in “Bark Vic
tory” “forgetting my cues;” act j
as assistant director of “The Gre.it j
God Brown;” help on the Christ
mas Seal drive and Phi Theta
food sale, and be secretary of the
house librarians’ association. Her
biggest thrill was being tapped for
Kwama at the assembly Thursday.
Regarding the Emerald Jean is
a beat reporter, and she cheerfully
“takes any assignment Craven
throws at me.”
Edith Newton, city editor
Virginia Scholl, assistant
Elizabeth Gilmore, night editor
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come in and try one of
our delicious cheeseburg
ers rvitli french fries and
a milkshake for a perfect
iccompaniment. It’s about
the best way to finish off
a grand evening!
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Newman club will meet at 7:30
p.m. Sunday in the YMCA house.
The Westminster house forum
to be held Sunday at 6:30 p.m. will
be lead by Peggy Magill speaking
on the Total Victory league.
It has been suggested that a
portion of the Trinity college cam
pus in Washington, D.C., be turned
into a poultry farm to help in the
shortage of poultry products.
45 Students to Receive
(Continued from tape one)
concerning them will be announced j
by the high school relations com-'
mittee consisting of Dr. C. A.;
Howard, president of the Oregon
College of Education at Mon
mouth; E. P. Lemon, dean of ad
ministration at Oregon State col
lege; J. L. Breckenridge, superin
tendent of schools at Hood River;
Charles A. Fry, principal of Frank
lin high school, Portland; Rex Put
nam, state superintendent of pub
lis instruction; Theo J. Norly, sup
erintendent of schools, Ashland;
Henry E. Tetz, principal of the
high school at Grants Pass, E. M.
Pallett, chairman of the state fee
Every Sat. Nite
Dancing 9 ’til 12
You can bet it all that“TS”is the
Guy-Popular at mail-call. Those
folks of his never slip on sending
plenty Chesterfields . . . and of
course being Aces himself, this
makes a handsome combination.
Sure, you’ve got it...Combina
tion is what we’re leading up to
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