Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 21, 1948, Page 8, Image 8

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    Frosh Commission Assigned
To Countries For Festival
Each YWCA freshman commis
sion has been assigned a definite
country to represent in the forth
coming Intramural Festival, Feb
ruary 27 and 28.
Festival chairman, Laura Olson
and Dedo Misley, have announced
“Spring Festivals” as the theme.
Last year the freshmen enacted
weddings in various countries.
Countries to be represented in
cluded Scotland, Spain, Switzer
land, and the United States.
The immediate topic under dis
cussion at commission meetings, is
Frosh Nominees
Speak Tonight
Candidates for freshman class
offices will speak tomorrow night
in Gerlinger annex at 6:30 at the
nominating assembly of the class of
’51. Offices of president, vice-pres
ident, secretary, and treasurer will
be filled at the election set for
Tuesday, according to Howard
Lemons, ASUO vice-president and
director of the elections.
Nomination speeches will be
limited to three minutes, allowing
each candidate five minutes in
which to state his platform and
All freshmen who have complet
ed one 'term at the University and
earned no more than 24 credit
hours are eligible for nomination,
providing they have filed petitions.
Polls are to be open from 8 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Tuesday, at which all
registered freshmen may vote.
Staff Pictures Set Today
Pictures of the Old Oregon staff
will be taken at 2 p.m. today in the
Old Oregon office. At 3 p.m. all
Oregana staff members are asked
to be at the Oregana office to have
pictures taken.
A change in schedule has been
made for the Piggers’ Guide staff
which will be photographed at 2
p.m. Friday in Dick Williams’ of
Arapho Indians lived in Oregon
in the nineteenth century.
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proper dating conduct. Members
are attempting to find how men
like girls to look and act on dates.
Members of leader Jean Lichty’s
Monday commission are now pre
paring entertainment which will be
available for campus functions.
Commission leader Beth Basler is
urging all commission members to
continue their attendance in winter
term. Sophomore members of the
YMCA cabinet are chosen from
active members of the freshman
commissions, according to Bjorg
Hansen, YWCA president.
Exhibit Hours Changed
Hours for the primitive art
forms exhibition have been changed
to 1 to 4 p.m. daily until the end
of the show, January 25. A special
feature of the last week of the ex
hibition is a gallery talk by Dr.
R. F. Spencer of the anthropology
department at 4 p.m., Thursday,
January 22.
12 noon: YWCA cabinet meeting
at the YMCA.
12 noon: Discussion luncheon at
Westminster house.
2 p.m.: Old Oregon staff pic
tures for Oregana at Old Oregon
3 p.m.: Oregana staff pictures for
Oregana in the Oregana office.
6 p.m.: Married Students potluck
dinner at Westminster house.
6:30 p.m.: Scabbard and Blade
meeting at ROTC (uniforms).
7:30 p.m.: Young Democrats bus
iness meeting upstairs at the Side.
7:30 p.m.: One World club at
YMCA. World federation debates.
9 p.m.: Bible class at Westmin
ster house.
9 p.m.: Jive night at Wesley
house. i
Ulysses S. Grant was the son of
an eccentric and unprosperous
Ohio tanner.
Benefit Fights
Slated Tonight
A ten-bout fight card scheduled
for 8:30 tonight in the armory will
donate its entire proceedings to
benefit the Lane county March of
Dimes drive, according to Hay Fos
ter, Eugene chairman of the cam
The bouts will pit the Eugene
boxing club, victor in its recent
contests, against a highly-touted
Portland club. Foster and Bob
Christ, campus chairman, urge all
fight fans to attend for the double
purpose of their own enjoyment
and the contribution to a worthy
Admission to the contests has
Alumni Schedules Meet
Representatives of the Univer
sity will attend a meeting of Ore
gon alumni living in or near Boise,
Idaho, at the capital city next
Monday night.
Ji mAiken, football coach, and
Dean Paul Jacobsen of the educa
tion school will speak at the meet
ing, and movies of the Oregon-OSC
football game will be shown.
Aiken and Jacobsen will be ac
companied by Les Anderson, alum
ni secretary.
been set at 50 cents for children; $1,
general admission; and $1.25 for
ringside seats.
Saxaphone player for dance
orchestra in town. Must be
able to transpose at sight.
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