Nancy Swem Named Weekend Ruler _J 1—J i_I I_I 1_I L_J !_I 1_I —► —/. / n c a f n -►-- -*■ r—i i—j—y f—,1—1 i—j < W i It a met t e *■ J j 11 I ri i n h—inn J Olive--* 11-1 -1 t I 4> I ) u ~JJ n i v e r s i t v ----, f Band to Escort'Storybook Wonderland' Floats; Queen, Court to Ride in Place of Honor in Parade The University band will es cort 26 “storybook” floats down Willamette and up Thirteenth street to the campus today at 4 p.m. Mo Thomas, parade chair man, predicted yesterday, “It looks like Saturday may be a nice day, but rain or shine, the floats will roll.” s Besides the floats, five conver tibles will carry the queen and her court through Eugene’s main streets. A motorcycle escort has been arranged by the committee. By 3:45, all the floats should be at Fourth and Willamette streets. Chairman Thomas said they will be numbered as they arrive. The first one should stop at Wil lamette with following floats lin ’’ ing up behind it east on Fourth Parents to Assist InWesleyForum “A Parents-Eye View of Mar riage” is the topic to be discussed by a panel of University parents in the “Love, Courtship, and Mar riage” interest group at Wesley house Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Antone Fossen are the parents who will participate in the panel and other parents pre sent may help out in the question period. Speakers in’the other two groups include Rev. Wade L. Carter, pas tor of the First Congregational Church of Vancouver, Washington and former Army Air Corps chap lain who will speak on the “Shinto” religion to the group on “Com parative Religions,” and Rev. Ro bert Bull, whq_will speak on “Evil” to the group on “Understanding the Bible.” All students'are welcome to at tend these Sunday evening meet ings and are ^specially invited to bring their mcithers. A snack sup per will start^the evening at 5:30 p.m., followed by a chapel talk and 1 * the Interest guoups at 6:30 p.m. street and north on Lincoln street. Judges will be Les Anderson, Stan Williamson, Kenneth Carlyle Mrs. Howard Boyd', Mrs. William Russell, and Mrs. Charles Snell strom. John Stehn will direct the University band. Each house represented by the winning float will receive a trophy, according to Thomas. There are either two or three living organi zations sponsoring a float. The trophies will be awarded at intermission of the Junior Prom tonight. Last year’s winners were the Kappa Kappa Gamma and Sig ma Chi houses. Route Set To get to the formation point at Fourth and Willamette, the floats will follow a special route. This was planned by the committee and Eugene Chief of Police Keith Jones to avoid congestion of downtown traffic. Thomas said houses may take their entries downtown any time today just so they follow the route and line up by 3:45. The route is west on Fifteenth to Olive, north on Olive to Thir teenth, west on Thirteenth to Lin coln, north on Lincoln to Fourth, and then to Willamette. Other members of the parade committee are Bill Monroeo and Mary Stadelman. Chairman Thom as commended them for their “fine cooperation.” SX Wives, Mothers i To Fete Visitors The Stgina Chi Wives and Moth er’s club of Eugene will honor visit ing mothers' and fathers of Sigma Chi’s tonight at a buffet supper. The supper will be held at the home of Mrs. Harry Titus at 214 Thirteenth Ave. East from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Co-chairmen will be Mrs. W. T. Plummer and Mrs. Harry Williams. Mothers and fathers of Sigma Chis, wives, active members and Sigma Chi alumni are invited to the supper. Alpha Phis, Sigma Nus Win All-Campus Sing By PHYLLILS KOHLMEIER With a regal smile and gracious bearing befitting a queen, Nancy Swem, junior in liberal arts, was crowned queen of the 1948 Junior Weekend court last night in McArthur court. Win ners of the All-Campus Sing were Alpha Phi in the women’s division and Sigma Nu in the men’s division. The honorable John H. Hall, governor of Oregon, crowned Weather Forecast— 'Very Few Showers' “Partly cloudy with very few showers” is the weatherman’s promise for today. After pro nouncing his verdict just before midnight, he amended it by say ing that there may be no rain, but there is a possibility of a few showers. The weatherman estimated the temperature for today to be around 65. Sunday, he promises, will be a better day. He made no mention of precipitation, but cautiously added that there will be “in creased cloudiness in the after noon.” Chairman HANK KINSELL President of the junior class and general chairman of the 58 th an nual Junior Weekend, “Storybook Wonderland.” Kinsell is a member of Druids, junior men’s service honorary, and of Chi Psi lodge. Friendly House Open Friendly house, at Eleventh and Ferry streets, will have a special open house Saturday afternoon and evening to give the visiting mothers an opportunity to visit this new campus and community place. All students and mothers are cordially invited to attend. Games, dancing. yueen Nancy in an impressive ceremony before approximately 6000 spectators who jammed the court. The numbers which carried off top honors in the sing were “Anda lucia” by the Alpha Phi chorus and “John Peel” by the men of Sigma Nu. Susan Campbell with “I Won der as I Wonder," and Phi Gamma Delta, singing “Dry Bones” placed second. Delta Gamma sang a med ley from “Look for the, Silver Lining” and “Til the Clouds Roll By” to place third, along with Sigma Phi Epsilon, who presented “Beautiful Saviour.” Judges for the Sing were H. Jo hann Eschbach, Melvin Geist, and Tom O’Brien. Groups were judged 20 per cent each on tonal quality, interpretation and diction, and 10 per cent each on musical arrange mnt, appearance and ability to fol low the leader. The first half hour of the program was broadcast. Novelty Numbers Novelty numbers were sung by the ATO quartet during inter mission. During intermission Genevieve Siskey, junior in business, was' awarded the Hazel Schwering scholarship, which was presented by Mrs. Perrie Dolph. Rebec house won the Josephines Evans Harpham library cup for an. “excellent reading program.’’ Kappa Kappa Gamma and Sher ry Ross hall were second and third, respectively. Twenty-seven students were pre sented with diplomas for having their names appear in "Who’s Who in American Colleges” by Dean Fogdall and Pean Wickham. Miss Swem was escorted by George Bell; and Princess Joy Hamm was escorted by Dick Per kins. Glenn Warren was the escort, of Princess Mary Handelin. Bill Van Dyke escorted Princess Mary Lou Hill, and Ernest Jaqua escort ed Donna Stageberg. Crown bearer was Skipper Sei grist, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Seigrist. Ann Rohlffs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Rohlffs, and Alex andria Fischer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fischer, were trainbearers. Miss Swem, of Medford, is a member of Gamma Phi Beta. The queen and her court will rule over all the festivities of the weekend. Mafce-Bef/eve Ballroom Prom Scene sssr jmmm umsmm WILL OSBORNE Cinderella’s Ball, the queen’s make-believe ballroom, will be the scene of the annual Junior Prom in McArthur court tonight, com plete with all of the finery of a typical Storybook Wonderland, said Joe Conroy, chairman of the prom. Dancing is scheduled from 9 to 12. Dark suits for the men and for mals for the women are required. Flowers are in order. Bumpkin at Entrance With a huge pumpkin guarding the entrance, the couples will enter the dance floor through Cinderel la’s pumpkin at the north side of the court. The queen’s balcony is located in the south-east corner and Will Osborne and his orchestra will be in the south-west corner of Mac court. A golden slipper, representing Cinderella’s own, will decorate the back of the orchest ra’s stand. Velvet draperies will line all walls and each exit is flanked by two pillars with special lighting adding that make-believe touch. The music of Will Osborne will be aired over KUGN and KORE from 9:30 to 10. Entertainment at 10:30 Intermission entertainment is scheduled for 10:30 with the pro cessional of the queen and the princesses opening the festivities. Mo Thomas will present awards to the float parade winners Bert Brown Barker, vice president e meritus of the University, will award his scholarship award. Dean Vergil S. Fogdall will present the Koyle cup and Dean Golda P. Wickham will present the Gerlin ger cup to the outstanding junior man and woman respectively. Druids will tap new members. The class honoring the most mothers this weekend will also be an nounced, said Joan Frycknlund,, Mothers’ Weekend chairman. As the queen and her court are descending the golden stairs from the balcony, a spotlight will pick out each member of the court and the queen will lead the first dance. Robin Arkley is Prime Minister. Tickets for the dance are being sold at the educational activities office until noon today and at the door.