Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 21, 1945, Page 7, Image 7

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© ESQUIRE, INC., 10-13
Kepnnted from the October issue of Esquire
He isn t only demobilized—he's immobilized”
Vets Impressed by U O
Friendliness, Sincerity
The outstanding impression that comes to the newer veterans at
Oregon this year is the friendliness of the people here. When questioned
as to what seemed the most striking to them in the few days they had
been here, nearly all mentioned this friendliness.
were is wnat some oi tnose in
terviewed had to say:
Gordon McReary, an ex-marine
and pre-med transfer student
from Lewis and Clark in Portland,
said, “You get a good deal here.
People seem to have more con
Irderation here than in other
places I have been.”
Army veteran Jim Longwood,
transfer in architecture from
Washington stated: “Washington
is larger, but the individual at
tention given a student here is the
most striking thing to me. And
also the friendliness of the people
—both students and professors.”
Sailor Walt Mead, a freshman in
social science had this to say for
Oregon: “It’s exactly as I expect
ed—fine. I looked over several
other schools including Oregon
State and chose Oregon because of
its merits and what it has to offer.
I have also noticed that the people
here are much more friendly than
in other college towns.”
Charlie Barrington, v/ho has
been a member of both the Cana
dian and American air forces and
is another pre-med student: “I
like the people I have met and am
pleased with my exposure to the
professors. Another thing that
strikes me as outstanding is the
seemingly genuine friendliness of
the people.”
Ward Johnston, for five years
an army private and now a fresh
man in the B.A. school: “I like it.
We have a pretty campus and the
people are nice. I chose it over
Oregon State and even talked a
friend of mine into coming here.”
Bill W'ebber, navy, transferred
from Oregon State and is second
term freshman. He claims: ‘‘It’s
better than Oregon State and you
can print that! The people are
friendlier.”
Bob Van Vactor, freshman who
in the AAF, expressed wolfish ten
dencies with this: ‘‘After being
away for so long, it’s nice to be
back where there are beautiful wo
men. The campus is good and
everyone seems to be very help
ful.”
Awaken, All Ye Co-eds!
That shortly, men can all be taken
Romances now are in the makin’
Cause the registrar insists
Off the campus ration lists.
—D. F. S.
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WELCOME
HOME
STUDENTS
The College Side is a part of your home at Oregon
. . . meet your friends there and treat them to
refreshments . . . your good times at the Side will
be lasting memories . . . come in Frosh and get
acquainted.
Vt’E'LL MEET YOU AT THE COLLEGE SIDE
Scuttlebutt
(Continued from page tzvo)
a very handy Cupid. Alpha Chi
Barbara Hawley still has stars in
her eyes from those dates with
Dick Ralston this summer. Bar
bara Patterson, Theta, has been
helping Frank Dinas, freshman,
plan his extracurricular program.
Mickey Metcalf walks around
the Pink Palace in a blissful trance
now that Johnny Grossmann, the
man in her life, is enrolled here.
The Gamma Phis are saying that
Virginia Wright is taking a trip to
California to see her fiance and
may not be single when she re
turns.
Alpha Xi Delta Lois Croder is
going with Neil Diess, one of those
athletic Alder hall men. Jerry
Fett, A O Pi, announced her en
gagement to Bob Bashford of the
Seabees. Wally Johnson’s partner
in fun this year is Gamma Phi
Mavis De LeMare, One of her
sisters, Jean Swift had a visit
from SAD Tom Wardell, now going
to Willamette.
Nancy Rlvenburgh is kept busy
at the Theta house by phone con
versations with Chris Stratum.
Charlotte Gething bade adieu to
Pete Walsh off for Stanford. Shir
ley Casebeer, Gamma Phi alum,
is engaged to Ed Hunt, former
Oregon student, now of the mer
chant marine. Al, former woman
hater, Putnam is squiring Louise
Goodwin these days.
A O Pi Altha Paul wears a Sig
Ep pin from Benny Di Benedetto,
now in Naval Officers Training
school at Cornell. JoAnne Hirsch
bull, Theta, has been seen with
Howard Coffey and Nancy Kella
her with Herb Squires.
From the Alpha Xi Delta house
comes the best variation of the old
triangle plot that we've heard in
ages. It seems that Virginia Bone
break went with Busty all laet
year. Then, here comes the rising
action, Rusty asks Barbara Wood
for a date at the Oregon picnic
this summer. Ah, little did he
| dream where this would lead him.
But it led Barbara to room with
Virginia this term. And there we
have the climax. What the de
noument will be is anyone's guess!
WELCOME TO EUGENE
anil to the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Broadway at High Dr. Vance H. Webster, pastor
SUNDAY, SEPT. 23rd
TFa. m. HEAR LT. JAMES WHITTAKER, Co-Pilot with
Eddie Riekenbaeker, tell the thrilling story of 21 days
adrift in the Pacific.
7:30 p. in.—“A Burning And A Shining Light.”
University Class, !):45 a. in. - Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m.
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