Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 10, 1945, Page 2, Image 2

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Business Manager
Managing Editor
Advertising Manager
News Editor
Associate Editors
Bill Walkenshaw, Leonard Turnbull
Co-Sports Editors
Assistant Managing Editor
Assistant News Editor
Executive Secretary
Chief Night Editor
Women’s Page Editor
World News Editor
Music Editor
Editorial Board
Mary Margaret Ellsworth, Jack Craig, Ed Allen, Beverly Ayer
Published daily during the college year except Sundays, Mondays, and holidays snd
final exam periods by the Associated Students, University of Oregon.
Entered as secoud-class matter at the postoffice, Eugene, Oregon.
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HeanA (lau+uH-up.
With the presentation of the sophomore Whiskerino tonight
all arguments for and against the various and sundry traditions
and practices involved become obsolete. Those who maintain
that such activities arc childish perhaps lack the endearing hu
man quality of being childish at certain times. No matter how
serious life may be, there are occasions when the proverbial
tomfoolery is a welcome relief. Or woidd you rather have
steak for dessert, too?
This year’s Whiskerino will be the first of the “big six”
dances—with a promise of great success. Returning, as in pre
war days to McArthur court, the sophomore class (with the
help of the freshmen, juniors and seniors), will attempt to pro
vide the occasion for some of the aforementioned frolicing.
Students looking for a subject for a thesis, will not find it at the
dance. Traditionally, the Whiskerino is one of the special “gay
dog" times when gripes are forgotten and fun is had by all.
One professor is tired of letting journalism students have
their way. He requests them to omit the “more” at the end of
each page.
A'lmcliai’i Raatebd, . . .
The Oregon-WSC game today is only as far away as the
nearest radio.
A few weeks ago the Webfoot squad played the most thrilling
ball game Oregon students have seen when they beat the Cou
gars on Hayward field. Remember—that was the Saturday
when the Oregon rooting section sounded like a united group of
lively people instead of a bunch of dead Ducks.
With that defeat fresh in their memories, the Washington
State gridmen. will be out to even the score. Oregon has been on
the short end of the score in the last two weeks so the Webfoots
will have a challenge to meet.
News releases sav that the teams will meet on a field covered
with a two-inch blanket of snow. This, in itself, is enough to
make the game as novel for Oregon as Kugene’s rainy weather
has been for Californians in times past.
Since we can't cheer the team from the 50-yard line, we can
take the second choice of hearing it, play by play, over the air
Are whiskers here to Slav? \\ ith winter coming on, perhaps
some of tlu' bearded sophomores will decide whiskers are a
good thing, and wait until spring to shave.
Men unlit Plant...
There are those individuals at Oregon who believe that ev
erything in the present system must go. They propose a revolu
tionary hut vague plan for clearing away the existing set-up and
instituting a yew one.
They may he thought of as the men with the plans.
Anyone will admit that Oregon can stand plenty of improve
ment. Hut how about concentrating on those things in the pre
sent system that can he corrected before we take on a program
with even a broader scope?
We can clean tip elections—ban coercion, institute better
polling practices, and work toward a merit system of election.
Me can work for better conditions in the University dormi
tories and an understanding between students and directors
of the dorm problems.
We can get the Krb Memorial Union building fund rolling in.
If we wish to take a more active part in Oregon life, we will
have to earn that responsibility by using intelligently and fully
the power we possess now.
We’re still wondering whict
place entertained more Oregor
people—the stadium or under the
clock in Meier & Frank’s. Jus1
standing in the center of M and F’s
a few minutes made us wonder ii
we were in Portland or at the
College Side. So many familial
faces. Scads of rooters lids anc
Even Marilyn Sage in her new
grey coat. And Carolyn Tyler in
that luscious blue fur-trimmed
outfit. Soup was there with a clean
shirt on. Cay Shea, with a mum as
big as a pumpkin. (Speaking of
pumpkins, we threw ours out last
night. Had so hoped that they
would last until next Halloween,
But a green gangreneous growth
appeared on the left eye.)
Flannels and Furs
Up at the stadium, we didn’t
mind sitting holding our breath,
in hopes Mickey Davis wouldn’t
slip in the mud and ruin his white
flannel trousers, but when Lynn
Renick dropped her fur coat under
the bleachers, that was too much.
She just laughed and passively let
the policeman hold it for her down
at the end of the field. She finally
got it back. Well, it wasn’t his
size anyway.
We were left speechless when
our big player, Bobby Reynolds,
was brought off the field for a
telephone call. Maybe it was his
mother wishing him luck. We
haven’t figured it out yet.
Dear Mickey Davis,
Could it possibly be arranged to
have a mirror at the opposite side
of the field, so that we in the card
section could see what is going on.
It would help us with our spelling.
Or better yet, just whisper softly
into the microphone what in the
heck is going on.
The girl behind the wrong card.
Hats Off Department
Our hats off to the Rally Squad.
It is far from an easy job to keep
up that big hubba-hubba spirit
during the whole game, and it
really must be no fun to miss see
ing lots of good plays. It-can’t be
all glory to lead a yell and keep
up the morale of the whole stu
dent body, especially when the
team is behind. We're mighty
proud of their enthusiasm and
appearance. Courtesy was cer
tainly shown by both schools
through the exchange yell. It was
different and a pleasure.
Of course there’s always the
type like Carolyn Wells, who
didn’t have the cash to travel
north and couldn’t stay in her
house because it was closed for
the week-end. She ended up by
staying in the infirmary and had a
weekend of peaceful rest, but, we
must admit that her bum leg gave
her admittance.
(Continued from page one)
contest, chairmen Ann Burgess
and Alice May Robertson, Barbara
Patterson; patrons, Joanne Mer
win; >4nuance, Pat Webber; beard
contest, Norma Figone, Dick Savi
nar; tickets, chairmen Barbara
Borrevick and Genneva Davis, Vir
ginia Georgeson, Jack Hessel; and
clean-up, chairman Beryfe Howard
and her freshman committee.
Tickets to the Sophomore Whis
kerino will be sold this morning
and tonight. Ticket Chairman Bar
bara Borrevick announces, "The
tickets are going fast- hurry and
get them." Students may purchase
tickets at the dance.
Ho Hum
Guest Columnists
Most surprised girl on the cam
pus Friday night was Hildegarde
Buckette when a hevy of friends
burst in for a surprise birthday
party arranged by her husband,
ex-marine Mark. We hear Mark
bakes a mighty tasty cake.
While conversation is still spark
ling (?) with tidbits from Port
land, we would like to remark that
Theta Carolyn Tyler and Chi Psi
Jack Ruble get our note anytime
as the smoothest looking couple at
the Russian Village (plug) Satur
day last.
Bob Lund, self-appointed presi
dent, of new local fraternity
claims it will be the biggest thing
ever to hit this campus, and to
borrow a phrase we say, “Ho
Our weekly eavesdrippin’
brought forth this touching scene
—Janet “Ushering” with that old
line, plus a pat on the cheek to
local glamour boy Dick Clark . . .
things are tough all over.
The campus and especially
Alpha Chi Virginia Georgeson was
glad to say “hello” to Wally
Adams on leave from the Army.
Along with “hellos” we say a re
luctant “goodbye” to Jim (Uncle
Sam finally got me) Bartelt and
Steve (I’m a Baron) Gamm. Oh!
That the Army should be so lucky.
Seriously, fellows, we’ll really miss
Question of the week: Where
has Gamma Phi Sally Timmens
hidden her Fiji pin?
Alpha Chi Mickey McCandless
has been busy receiving phone
calls and roses from Major Bert
Tlieirolf, Sig Ep formerly on this
campus. Lucky girl!
Halloween night brought forth
moans and screams from the Pi
Phi house—must have been the,
spooks. Who knows?
Speaking of puzzling situations
. . . what particular charm is it
that Orin (you can call me Husky)
Weir has for the usherette at the
Heilig ? She planted a discharge
pin on him at 9 p.m. and at 9:10
p.m., she took it back. Silly isn’t
Coeds are all swooning over
Walt (I’ve got a convertible in
California) Donovan. Seems this
laddie has what it takes. While we
are on the subject of swoon kings
have you seen Tom Ray’s picture
down at Kennell-Ellis? Tommy is
the boy who says, “A bridge play
er has to learn to take it on the
“Stoney” Stonebreaker has a
new definition of a pink elephant
—A beast of Bourbon. Hmmmm.
New foursome at the Side was
composed of Joe Merriam, Pat
Hanley, Maxine Davis, and Bill
Anderson. How do those Chi
Omega’s rate?
At the Falcon we see Neil
(Goldie) Perkins and his steady
Nancy Bostwick staring at one
another over a cup of coffee every
day at 10.
Flash! Our own “Wormy” is try
ing oh so hard to get a date with
blonde Chi O Kay Schneider. Re
member Kay, the early bird gets
the worm.
Open letter to the infirmary—■
Dear Sirs:
It isn’t the cough that carries
you off, it’s the coffin they carry
you off in.
Art Stillwell
Larry (Tiny) Mitchell is still
lone wolfing it around the cam
pus—but various and sundry coeds
haven’t given up hope yet. Happy
hunting, girls.
We’ve missed seeing Bill Wil
liam’s around in his zooty little
car. Hope the kind of luck he’s
been having isn’t catching. That
boy is smiling tho’.
Notice to everyone, especially
girls. There is a new phone on the
campus whose number is 2930-J.
Whose is it? Just guess! It belongs
to Ham, Ricket, and Bedroom
Eeys. (paid advertisement).
Well kiddies, guess that’s
enough. We leave you with our
thought for the day, “Time heals
all wounds.”
Clips and Comments
At Louisiana State university,
week night dates are called “baby
dates.’’ One irate freshman, noting
that his girl had signed out for a
"baby date” drew himself up to
his full 5 feet 2 inches and said
indignantly, "Well, it’s all right
for them to go out with 15 and
16-year-olds, but they don’t have
to call them “baby dates.”
Receritly, carefully graded eco
nomics midterms disappeared from
the office of a professor at Ohio
State. After searching frantically
for them, he discovered that his
secretary had unknowingly do
nated them to the scrap paper
Some NTJ students have sug
gested that the government will
no doubt be badly in need of scrap
paper around December 16!
In an effort to promote more
school’ spirit by reviving the old
and new traditions at the Uni
versity of Washington, a group
represented by students, faculty,
and alumni have met to discuss
and plan a program of action.
Much lamentation is heard on
the Idaho university campus on
the fact that their "Daters Bible”
is not gracing the study desks of
Idaho students and the first nine
weeks it is virtually history.
"Pop, Get Those Ducks,” was
the theme for the most colorful
Washington State college rally yet
planned this year when houses
competed Friday night for the
best in originality and color dis
play of the parade.
History — peppermint-striped
Branner hall lobby tonight at
Stanford university. Their “Pep
permint Lane” formal is the
first formal ever held in the hall
since women have been living
there, and the first dance in the
Trojans at Southern Cal will
have a gala weekend sandwiching
the Southern Cal and Cal game.
A rally bonfire, game? and dance
will highlight the weekend.
At Southern Cal: The “Hello and
Smile" spirit shall be observed
throughout the year; All students
stand when the Alma Mater is
sung; no high school monogram or
jewelry or letterman sweaters are
worn by university students on the
campus; women shall wear stock
ings. or socks on the campus; each
year at Christmas time, university
women shall carol: once during
each term the seniors shall hav*s
a picnic at which- the other classes
shall provide the entertainment;
and no slacks or other informal
attire shall be worn by an Sc'cSW
on the campus.
These are a few notable tradi
tions which are being enforced
rigidly this year on the campus.
history—will be made