Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 05, 1944, Page 3, Image 3

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    Prime Minister
Election Today
All those holding tickets to
the Junior Prom are reminded to
be sure to vote today from 9 to 1
and -1 to 5 in the Co-op for prime
minister of Junior Weekend.
Pictures of the five finalists
will be on display. They are
George Wilson, Harlowe Bohn,
Dick Foss, William O'Bierne,
and Bob Kirby.
The prime minister will crown
her majesty, Queen Anita Fer
nandez, at the campus picnic,
tomorrow afternoon.
"DESTINATION
TOKYO"
— and —
"NOBODY'S
DARLING"
"THE IMPOSTER"
JEAN GABIN
ALLEN JOSLYN
mrnrra
"NONE SHALL
ESCAPE"
MARSHA HUNT
ALEXANDER KNOX
Bang-up Cleanup
Job Reported
“Looks pretty good, doesn’t it?”
| commented Dean Karl Onthank to
I Gloria Malloy, co-chairman of the
clean-up campaign, when he brief
I ly surveyed the results of yester
i day’s afternoon of paper-picking
. and sidewalk-sweeping.
“ ‘Pretty good' isn't the word,”
added Gloria. “I think the kids
have done a marvelous job, really
marvelous! They even got out
there and swept the streets until
j we told them it wasn’t necessary
to go quite that far.”
From the looks of things the
campus has brightened up: no more
empty weed packages, no more
soggy lipsticked cig ends, no more
pink kleenex scattered over the
lawns. And Saturday afternoon at
the all-campus picnic the house
which has done the best clean-up
job will be announced and awarded
their mysterious prize.
Khi Betes tlect
f Continued from parte .1)
gustus Spoehr, chairman of the di
vision of plant biology and biolog
ical research of the Carnegie Insti
tution of Washington, D.C., will
deliver the lecture at 8:15 in Alum
ni hall.
Mr. Turnbull Named
(Continued from pane 1)
did not know specific details. The
committee is one of several ap
pointed by Professor Frederic E.
M'erwin of Rutgers college, New
Brunswick, N. J., president of the
association, to look into the future
of journalism teaching'.
Politz Appointed
(Continued from pcit/c 1)
come book features with more spe
cific details about life at Oregon.
It will be free to everyone on the
campus.
In pocket size with 100 or 150
pages, the book will have a colored,
hand-drawn cover and will contain
drawings and pictures illustrating
its material.
All yells, traditions, songs, a
copy of the ASUO constitution and
bylaws, description of the depart
ments of student government and
( of the function of committees and
boards will be printed in it.
The committee in charge of the
handbook is composed of Dean
Karl W. Onthank, Horace Robin
j son, Mary Riley, and Nancy Ames,
j Some specific ideas for the book’s
contents are the traditions of Jun
ior Weekend, etiquette at the Side,
campus clothes, study habits, stu
dent-professor relationships, and
explanation of such affairs as the ]
Nickel Hop.
Plans for the handbook are not
yet definitely formulated. The last
book of this type was put out by
the University in 1932.
Swimmers Tell
(Continued from bays one)
j her career, will be told in true
; aquacade style by all members of
the swimming group, according to
Charlene Browne, chairman of the
presentation committee.
Other members of the group
who are assisting Miss Browne in
the program are Doris Trask and
Pat Ferguson.
From 1 until 3 this afternoon,
all chemistry labs will be open.
Soldier classes will be in session,
and there will be civilian stu
dents at work on experiments,
although there will lie set demon
strations.
An opportunity to see the “in
side story” of a chemistry lab is
offered to the public.
Special diving- exhibitions by in
dividual members of the group will
be featured, and group swimming
acts will be presented between the
acts of the “Lifeguardess’ Life,”
announced Milo Woodward, presi
dent of the honorary.
The Amphibian show is planned
as part of the campus-wide pro
gram of entertainment being pre
sented for Junior and Mothers’
Weekend. Although the program is
especially for the pleasure of visit
ing parents, the public is invited
and no admission will be charged.
A definite description of the
® Wanted
WOMEN STUDENTS for lunch
and dinner hour help at the An
chorage.
Fine Color Prints
Reproductions of famous paintings, mostly moderns,
in a wide variety of subjects, by many great painters.
Nocd on
Exhibition and Sale
No better showing on west coast north of Los Angeles.
One of these fine prints will add
greatly to the home or college
room and be a joy forever.
MOTHER SHOULD SEE THEM
Unioersitij 'CO-OP’ Store
■•••iitiitti*. ... .1
exact content of the entertainment
is lacking—it is shrouded in se
crecy, bid Dame Humor has it that
two bathing suits ai-e being used
l y each of the participants in one
seme.
GLAD YOU'RE
WITH US,
MOTHER
We hope you'll enjoy a well-earned
weekend with your daughter. If
you've a little time, why not drop in
. . . daughter might like to talk over
a new dress while you're here to
give her your advice.
GORDON'S
owned, operated In Kdgar L.. Rice
. . . known for its young' fashions !
Will make her long remember
this Mother's Weekend
Lovely Corsag^
for the Prom
will
thrill her tool
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