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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1947)
By BOB WHITELY
This is the last poop from the old
donut hole on 13th . . . and don’t
think it hasn't been fun . . . cause
it hasn’t. There are more important
things going on than who is rubbing
snoots with who so might as well
get at it. First off, congrats to Ore
gon’s newest tong, the Tekes. For
most of us who were roving around
the country in Sam’s Boy Scouts
not so long ago, the Teke’s were
prominent on most campuses. By
the time next fall term rolls around
there will be some new brass to flip
around on sweet young things’
sweaters that hasn't been seen on
the campus. You can certainly tell
spring term is winding up when
Bob Chaney and Pi Phi’s Peewee
Benke are getting hot on the Jant
zen Beach picnic, to be held oddly
enough at Jantzen Beach August
14 th. Tonight’s moot trial will put
“Senator” Carmichael, the DP from
Georgia and Lush Alva Grandquist
in a rather' unexplained situation.
The prosecution will attempt to
prove that the Senator was not pay
ing attention to his driving in the
company of Miss Granquist (which
I is highly probable in any man’s
league) with the result of a terrif
ic accident occurred. There is
damning evidence to be brought up,
and the case should be terrific. Also
on the docket slated to appear are
Ersats Weener, Kermity Smythe,
Coach Curly Walker and Arthritis
ridden Jesse James. Time trials
start promptly at 7:30 at the Lane
County court house. Bring your
girls, as there are booths for ladies.
And speaking of the lav/ school . . .
■ on the old hoe down “After Hours”
on KUGN . . . Austin Chaney played
one of his stickler records for the
people . .. with the typical question
of who played second tuba in the
14th chorus. A good half an hour
went by and still no winner . . . and
- ' lo and behold if the horn didn’t ring
. . . and guess who gave the right
answer that stumped all the jitter
bugs . . . hep-cats, jazz clubbers
and so-called hot licks authorities
in Eugene. The winnah was Orlan
do Hollis! Marilyn Sage, of the
blonde bean Sages ran her trolley
off the wire last Saturday night.
^ Preparing to leap into the Pi Phi
tub . . . she flipped the hot on . . .
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then rushed to congratulate Joan
Mimnaugh and Marilyn Turner for
getting whacked for Kwama. Her
congratulations were lengthy, and
the flood that followed would have
floated the Missouri. The girls on
the first floor really got plastered.
Miss Sage, being the true calm soul
that she is . . . -waded back to the
errant enamel bowl and nearly
drowned herself. Kwama or no . . .
Mimnaugh and Turner were on
bilge duty immediately. A four bell
announcement to all men is the fact
that “Peewee” Benke, Joan Farm
er, Hazel Leonard, Mary Anne Mil
ler and the Hicks gang are gonna
advise goils wot to wear next fall,
holding down the job as Oregon’s
reps to the Olds and King College
Board this summer. What are the
latest things in Cooper shorts, kids ?
Kiss and Hug Dept. Keith Murphy
hung his Phi Sigma Kappa pin on
Sigma Kappa’s Betty Green . . .
and numerous Tau hearts were
smashed. Those bruised knees the
ADpies are sporting are a direct
result of the pre-student body elec
tion gismo that happened in Margie
Harrison’s mole-hole. I guess it paid
off, coz Stanislau came thru in bul
ly style. Well just one more thing.
. . . the Oregon Federation is hav
ing a booty contest to see who will
represent the school at the Jantzen
Chess Champ Takes On I,
17-Man Team, and Wins
Arthur Dake, international chess
sity of Oregon and Oregon State
master, played the entire Univer
chess clubs last week.
He won all of the games except
a blindfold game with Oregon
chess champ Hugh Noland, who
drew his game with the expert.
An Oregon squad of ten men trav
eled to Oregon State college last
Saturday afternoon, and defeated
the Beavers 18 to 2. I
Telling the Editor
(Continued from page two)
inexpensive for the University to
use the station’s facilities through |
the medium of a leased wire con- J
necting the campus studios with
the transmitter. Eventually, of
course, the University should ob-,
tain its own studio eequipment. i
Roger J. Houglum, j
Engineer, ICRVM, '33. j
beach picnic . . . one gal from each j
house will be chosen, and the rest!
is up to the judges. No name has|
been chosen as yet... but will prob- j
ably be Miss GPA. So long , . . and'
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