Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 23, 1945, Page 8, Image 8

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    Students Rate
Five Weekends
Each Quarter
Students are allowed to go home
or leave the campus five times
during the term, the dean of wo
men’s office announced recently.
The first weekend after registra
tion (but before school actually
began) is not regarded as one of
the three times a student is
allowed to leave the campus, and
students who went home that
weekend may sign out three more
times. All students are permitted
to go home three times, except
those on - -scholastic probation
(GPA below a 2.00.) The other
time 'fffflrte is Thanksgiving vaca
tion, November 22-25.
Rides applying to sign-out pro
cedure '(.although hUbjcct *to re
vision ” soon ) state- “Mttit students
must have wftfeten permission
from parents to go long distances
’(this includeg^trips to" see bojr
friends or fianeesh and to attend
out-of-town 'football games and
the like, and ffictt'tb'is''permission
must be sent to the dean of wo
men’s office and, filed’ there
before students leave to\yn. Speci
fic permission is required for each
such time off campus. The per-'
mission card from the student’s
parents, which is' filed the fresh
man year, is sufficient when a
student is going home.
Students who want to attend
out-of-town football games for the
day only do not have to sign out
with the dean of women, but do
have to sign out with the house
mother or- head resident, it was
Student Vets to Speak
Scheduled to speak on behalf of ,
the National Community and War
Chest, fund today are three re
turned GIs now attending' the Uni
versity of Oregon.
Speakers include Rex Gunn, at!
the kick-off meeting of the Key I
Workers in Industries; Don Hcn
sey, at the omen’s Campaign
Workers, mooting', and Don McNeil,
at Woodrow Wilson junior high.
Other veterans who have ap
peared in connection with the
World Student Service fund are
Pat Cramer, Don Heusey, Gordon
Halstead, and Bill Grindell.
Today’s World
strike which has hampered trans
portation in western states has
been settled, federal conciliator
Omar Hoskins announced, and
company officials said drivers
would resume operations at once.
Senate resolved a dispute over
procedure on measures dealing
with atomic energy by voting to
create a special committee of
eleven to handle them.
congress of being behind the times
and a block in the path of recon
version; a complaint was made in
the eighth report to the house
committee assigned to investigate
whether federal agencies stay
within their legal authority.
TICAL parties, all distinctly to
the left of center, emerged from
France’s national elections as a
dominate factor in the new con
stituent assembly which will
carry out the voters mandate to
draft a new constitution.
minister in Venezuela’s new revo
lutionary government said the
nation would' carry out all of its j
international commitments.
KORE Features
Dr. Morris Today
The “World in Review” program
presented over station KORE to
day will feature Dr. Victor P.
Morris, professor of economics and
dean of the school of business ad
ministration in his analysis of na
tional and international events.
Students of the school of music
will be on “Campus Recital” today
at 4:15 p.m. Pianist on the pro
gram will be Marie Peery. She will
play “Clog Dance” by Hanson,
“Elmerco” by Lagunita, “Fan
tasie-Imprbmptu” by Chopin, and
“Malaguona” by Lccuona.
Phyllis Lehman, soprano, will
also appear. Her program will con
sist of four sea lyrics by Campbell
arranged by Tipton. They are
"After Sunset," “Darkness,” “The
Crying of Water,” and “Requies.”
“Villanelle,” by Eva Del’Acqua
will also be on the program. Act- |
ing as Miss Lehman’s accompanist
will be Arietta Wendel.
* Sweaters
" Skirts
" Head Scarfs
* Jackets
* Pedal Pushers
Pigger’s Guide
Goes to Press
Pigger’s Guide, student direc
tory, is scheduled to come out
before November 1, according to
Jack Craig, editor. All the copy is
in and the lists of names have
already been set in type.
Resplendent in a different cover
this year, the manual for Piggers
has several new features, including
a page with all living organiza
tions and special phone numbers,
a. page on traditions, and a sub
division about graduate students
and auditors. •»
Craig’s staff consists of two
assistant editors, Barbara Erb and
Ruth Hocking; art editor, Bever
ly Hopkins; feature editor, Robbie
-burr Warrens; research staff,
Anne Jernstead, JoAnne Long, and
Margie Lundahl.
Gamma Alpha Chi, women’s na
tional advertising honorary club,
is in charge o£ the advertising. All
members worked on soliciting, lay
out, and are in charge of distribu
tion. Annamae Winship is presi
dent of the organization.
ISA Senate Discusses
Plans for Coming Year
The Independent Students asso
ciation executive council headed
by Ann Van Valzeh, discussed
plans for the coming year and sev
eral proposed constitutional
amendments at a meeting yester
day in the ISA room in McArthur
It was announced that a vice
president, who would also act as
publicity chairman, and a secre
tary would soon be elected by the
Those present were Catherine
Crombie, Dorothy Fowler, Herb
Squires, Joe Grimm, Phil Dana,
Barbara Weisz, and Warren
Petitions Due Monday
Sophomores petitions for
chairman of the sophomore
Whiskerino must be turned in
by 5 p.m. October 22, to Bar
bara Hawley, Alpha Chi Omega
or Ed Marshall, Campbell co-op.
Sophomores may petition for
chaimanship of orchestra, ticket,
publicity, contest or decoration
committees. The annual event
takes place November 10.
Dance Petitions
Mrs. Grace Glang, assistant
dean of women, asks that social
chairman be sure to hand in their
petitions for dances on time, to
date they have been lax about sub
mitting them to her office. These
petitions are due not later than
the Monday noon preceding the
weekend of the function. Dances
may be cancelled if petitions are
not in on time.
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Leaves to Study
Rushing at Seattle
With an invitation from Pan
hellenic advisors at the University
of Washington, Billie John, Alphs
Xi Delta, will leave for Seatth
October 23 to spend a week study;
ing rushing procedures.
During fall term rush wee!
Mary McCandless, Panhellenic
president, and her co-workers were
assisted by two Washington rep
resentatives, Maxine Blake, Pan
hellenic executive advisor and Mrs
Mary Evelyn Hansberry, assistanl
dean of student affairs on the
Washington campus.
Billie John, who will succeed
Miss McCandless as Panhellenic
president in 1946, plans to study
rushing details at the Washington
University and inaugurate their
splendid system on the Oregon
campus next year.
Means Parties
and parties mean delicious
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skin lotion 3.00 to 1.50
night cream 8.50 to 1.50
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