Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 22, 1948, Page 3, Image 3

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    ASA Aspirants
Outline Planks
For Juniors
For the first time, as far as is
known, the ASA candidates for
junior class posts have formulated
a concrete platform for the jun
ior elections, according to A1 Piet
schman, ASA publicity director.
The platform was written by
members of the junior class with
the belief that such a platform is
definitely needed, especially since
the class is in charge of all Jun
ior Weekend events, Pietschman
The platform is as follows:
1. Promote and encourage the
successful performance of the cer
emonies and traditions of this
year’s'Junior Weekend.
2. Secure the dismissal of all
scheduled classes during Junior
3. Appoint all chairmanships of
committees, including general
chairmanship, on g just and im
partial basis in order that the en
tire weekend may be representa
tively organized and carried out.
4. Increase the present activitis
of the Housing Committee so that
housing is more readily obtainable
and eliminate misunderstandings
such as those that resulted from
payment of two night’s bill so
that one night’s lodging could be
5. Include in the Prom a “Moth
er’s Dance” or inauguration of
some other suitable means of rec
ognition of mothers and guests at
the dance so that they will not be
left “sitting around.”
6. Comply with and support the
student administration at all times,
and with popular opinion as ex
pressed through the action and
words of the Junior Class and stu
dent body.
These are not being put up as
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Ye Tabard Inn
Returns to I/O
After an absence of five years
the tabards of Ye Tabard Inn re
turned to the Oregon campus Fri
day. Hans Wold, Dick Nelson,
Warren Collier, Dick Rayburn, and
Frederick Wickman, who were re
cently accepted for membership in
Tabard Inn of Sigma Upsilon, na
tional men’s honorary, will wear
the brown and green cloaks on the
campus for the next week.
Ye Tabard Inn recently reacti
vated through the aid of several
writers and members of the Uni
versity faculty.
The present membership in
cludes Maurice O'Callaghan, Bill
Moxley, Robert Payne, Edward
McNulty, Gerald Lundy, Gordon
Rennie, Robert Hollis, Alvin Wiebe,
Leland Huff, Charles Steel, Robert
B. Smith, Robert Dascti, and Jack
Lawson Faculty members are
Randall Mills, Carlisle Moore,
Frank G. Black, and Robert D.
Ye Tabard Inn was established
at Oregon in 1914 by Edison Mar
shall and other student writers. It
was sponsored by Dr. W. F. G.
Thacher, who guided the organiza
tion until the war depleted its
membership in 1941.
Cleanup Squad
Meets at Igloo at 9
Members of the Mortar Board
Ball cleanup committee will meet
at McArthur court at 9 this morn
ing to receive instructions. Jean
nine Macaulay, chairman, asks that
all on the committee report.
idle campaign promises, Pietsch
man stressed, but as planks that
will be worked for and carried out
to the best of the candidate’s abil
University Propeller Club 'Port'
Celebrates Maritime Day Today
Examining one of the posters being used in connection with the Pro
peller club celebration of National Maritime day today are, left to
right, Bill Rau, Professor A. L. Lomax, and Leland Lenneville. (Pho
to by Kirk Braun.)
Celebrating National Maritime
day on the campus today is the
University’s “port” of the Propel
ler club of the United States. In
connection with the celebration the
local group has arranged special
exhibits in the library and Com
merce hall.
“National Maritime day,” ac
cording to Bill Rau, president of
the University port, “is a time set
aside to evaluate properly the
place of American shipping in the
national, scheme.”
History has shown that between
America’s wars the merchant ma
rine has been cut adrift from na
tional planning and permitted to
fall into a position weaker than the
country can afford, Rau said yes
“While we celebrate National
Maritime day.” he said, “we should
resolve that American shipping,
like American armed might, must
not be less than our nation needs.”
The University port was founded
in 1937 under the direct sponsorship
of the Portland Propeller club. The
national organization was founded
in New York in 1923 by a group of
shipping men who believed that
national attention should be fo
cused upon the need for an Amer
ican merchant marine.
Thirty colleges and universities
now have student ports.
Officers of the local port, besides
Info on Graduation
Ready After June 1
Seniors can pick up graduation
information at room 8, Friendly
hall, any time on or after June 1,
according to Les Anderson, alumni
He said this will include thrc(h
commencement tickets and instruc
tions for the ceremonies.
Hours of the alumni office are S
a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. daily.
Math Honorary
Elects Officers
Pi Mu Epsilon, mathematics hon
orary, elected new officers this
week. They are John Olson, direc
tor; Carl Pride, vice-director; and
Gene Thompson, secretary.
The officers announced that new
initiates may pick up their mem
bership certificates in the mathe
matics office, quonset 4B.
Coast Trip Planned
By Outing Club
Coast trip plans by the Outing'
club have been completed and ar
rangements made for the use of the
4. Re-evaluation of the Service
for May 29, 30, and 31.
Any girl may attend the trip by
signing the notice posted in Ger
linger hall as soon as possible.
Transportation will be provided,,
but each girl should bring her own
bed roll.
Warm weather came just in time
to save the shorn taxpayer.
Rau, are John Lewis, vice-president,
Hollis Anne Hackley, secretary,
and Max Angus, treasurer. A. L,
Lomax, professor of business ad
ministration, is port adviser.
NO. 1
Class Officers:
Senior—Don Latham
Eleanor Belgum
Junior—Lauren McReynolds
Virginia Thompson
Soph.—Don Smith
Jackie Barbee
Council Reps:
Senior —
Junior —
Sophomore —
Open, Direct Primaries
Student Managed Intramurals
Available Constitutions
Revived Assemblies
Paid Advertisement
NO. 2
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Co-op Board:
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