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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1946)
To Give Dance
ADS-GAX Start Plans
For Ball in February
February may be some three
weeks away, but members of the
two campus advertising honoraries,
Gamma Alpha Chi and Alpha Del
ta Sigma, are reminding students
that it is the date of the next big
Detailed plans for the dance
have not as yet been revealed by
the aamakers, but hints have been
made that a popular orchestra will
be featured, and that a number of
the old traditions of the advertis
ing dances will be revived this
year. Neither of the advertising
honoraries has sponsored a dance
since 1941-42, but prior to this
time each honorary annually spon
sored an all-campus dance.
The Gamma Alpha Chi style
show, inaugurated on the campus
in 1931 as a feature of the women’s
advertising honorary dance, will
be among the features to be re
vived at the dance, Gloria Hawley,
co-chairman of the event, and sec
retary of Gamma Alpha Chi, has
stated. Clothes from Eugene stores
will be shown, Miss Hawley ex
plained, with University coeds
modeling. Virginia Harris has been
appointed chairman in charge of
the style show.
For Guild Play
Tryouts for the second Theater
Guild production of the term, to
be directed by Horace Robinson,
assistant professor of speech and
dramatic arts, will be held tonight
at 7:30 in Johnson hall, Room 1.
A, Theater Guild meeting will be
held preceding the tryouts, at
which representatives to the ad
visory board will be chosen. The
Theater Guild, an organization of
all those interested in University
drama, will velfonft* any students
who intend to further the play on
Readings for the play, which will
be presented the second week in
March, are open to all students,
Director Robinson said. The name
of the production is unannounced
as yet, but is an original drama,
Robinson stated. Its showing on
the campus will be its premiere.
Those interested in trying out,
but who are unable to appear
Tuesday, are asked to contact
Robinson as soon as possible.
Dies in Portland
Stanley K. (Storky) Storkersen,
class of ’48, died January 19 at the
Coffey Memorial hospital, Port
land, following an illness realized
at his Portland home during
Storky, 21, was graduated from
Jefferson high school and served
in the navy before entering the
University of Oregon. A sopho
more in business administration,
Stanley was active in intramural
sports while at the University. He
lived at Sherry Ross hall.
Surviving are his father, S. K.
Storkersen, and threAsisters : Mrs.
Ralph C. Rittenour, Mrs. David E.
Patterson, and Mrs. Ned A. Sie
berts, all of Portland.
Funeral services will be conduct
ed from tfte Pearson Funeral home
at 3 p.m. today. • Entombment will
be at the Lincoln Memorial mauso
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present unmannerly conduct con
tinues, it may be necessary for
private landlords to organize under
the direction of University of
ficials and enforce stricter rules,
which will eliminate the friendly
home atmosphere in which board
ing-students, who are not respon
sible for the nuisances, are living.
During the year the bureau ar
ranged for 878 interviews between
seniors and recruiting officers in
business and industry. More than
114 new. graduates were placed.
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EXCLUSIVELY AT MILLER’S
To Portray Vet
Broadcast to Feature
The all-school radio talent show
Wednesday at 9:05 p.m. will fea
ture a humorous skit about the
trials and tribulations of a return
ing veteran to the University cam
pus, according to Marvin Krenk,
instructor of speech and radio.
A more serious note will be add
ed by an interview of George Hall,
assistant dean of men, and Geri
Arnold, a returned veteran, on the
same subject. Lynn Renick sing
ing "I Cover the Waterfront,” Bet
tation,” and George Pegg singing
“Oh, What a Beautiful Morning,”
“Oh What a Beautiful Morning”
are the vocalists. Comedians are
Bob Kirkpatrick, Shirley Peters,
Paul Marcott, John MacDonald,
Floyd Hinton, Fred Beckwith, and
Beverly Pitman. Music Will be
provided by Ted Hallock and his
12-piece all-veteran orchestra.
“This is really what could be
classified as a big time show. The
script 'is timely and very humor
ous,” said Krenk.
Paul Marcott, J*hn MacDonald,
Shirley Peters, and Bob Kirkpat
rick wrote the script. It will be
heard over station KEX, Portland,
and KOAC, Corvallis. A radio show
of this type is presented on alter
nate Wednesdays with Oregon
State during the school year.
The journalism school staff,
their wives, and several journalism
students have been invited to at
tend the broadcast.
There will be an ISA senate
meeting tonight in 105 Commerce.
Skull and Dagger will meet at 7
p.m. tonight upstairs in the Side.
Old members back on the campus
are requested to attend.
An interdorm council meeting of
all representatives from dormi
tories and dormitory-affiliated or
ganizations will be held tonight at
7 p.m. in the Green room of John
The Dames will hold their regu
lar meeting tonight at the Skinner’s
Butte recreation hall at 8 p.m.
An Alpha Gamma Delta faculty
dinner will be held tonight.
Kwama meeting at 6:30 tonight.
Rally squad meeting.
WAA executive council meeting.
WYCA Activators meeting.
Hilyard house open house.
Orides open house.
Sigma Kappa open house.
Delta Zeta open house
Alpha hall open house.
WAA cabinet meeting.
Phi Theta Upsilon meeting.
Chi Omega open house.
Only at The "Side"
Can You Find the Real
Drop In at The “Side”
LACK OF COURTESY
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tailed explanation while the stu
dents said yes, yes, yes—then they
say, I don’t get it.”
R. V. Mills, instructor in Eng
lish —• “Students themselves are
enough to make anyone mad, es
pecially when they come in the
office in the masses they have, in
the last few days. Another thing
is having them read the Emerald
in class, especially when it takes
them the whole hour.”
T. F. Mundle, instructor in
English—“In the 8 o’clock classes,
there is always someone who
comes in at least 15 or 20 minutes
late, usually a girl.”
H. R. Taylor, associate dean and
head of psychology — “Anything
that bothers other students and
interferes with their work, annoys
me. However, in oomparison to
high school students, college stu
dents act their ages.”
Frances Van Vooris, instructor
in home economics—“Some stu
dents get to coughing, of course
they can't help it, but some don't
even make an attempt to cover it
T. S. Peterson, associated pro
fessor of mathematics^—“Throwing
erasers and chalk, unnecessary
loud talking, any talking as a
matter of fact, going to sleep in
class, coming in late and leaving
For Spring Term
Gene Brown, former student of
the law school, visited the campus
yesterday to obtain information
about returning; to Oregon spring
term to coninue his study in the
lavy school. He was accompanied
by his wife, Jean Horton, a mem
ber of Pi Beta Phi.
Gene has been with the 101st
Airborne Division in the para
troopers division and witnessed the
invasions of Normandy, Holland,
Bastogne, and Germany. His last
mission was a visit to Berchtes
garterr, after which he -returned to
early, and putting feet oyer
chairs." ' ' . :
•Es G. Ebbinhauser, instructor in
physics—"Boys and girls passing
notes, latecomers, talkers."
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