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Aspirants Await Elections Monday
ASUO no. 1
ASUO no. 2
Senior no. 1
Senior no. 2
J unior no. 1
Junior "no. 2
Sophomore no 1
Sophomore no. 2
William H. Green
Phi Thetas Tap
Plii Theta Upsilon, junior wo
men’s honorary, tapped 20 out
standing sophomore women for
membership during the dinner
hours this week.
The list, as announced yesterday
by Phi Theta President Laura Ol
Barbara Heywood, Marguerite
Johns, Jeannine Macaulay, Mari
lyn Turner, Louise Clouston, Dor
othy Orr, Carol Becker, Marge
Petersen, Donna Kletzing.
Margaret Harrison, Joan O’Neill,
Mary Stadelman, Marie Lombard,
Mildred Chetty, Billijean Rieth
miller, Joanne Frydenlund, Helen
Sherman, Lou Weston, Sally Wal
ler, and Velma Snellstrom.
The twenty girls will be initiated
into the honorary May 27 A ban
quet and election of officers will
Two planks of the United Stu
dents association as announced by
Warren Miller, president of the
USA, and Bob Allen, party candi
date for the ASUO number one po
1. The wiping out of social lines
in campus politics. The choice of
candidates should be only on the
basis of the ability and integrity of
2. Increased student participa
tion in student affairs. An autono
mous. responsible student govern
ment. A divorcement of student af
fairs from administration and fac
ulty control. A financial indepen
dent ASUO. An incorporation of
si udent government.
To Picnic Sunday
Students attending the Newman
club picnic will meet in front of
tile Side at 11 a.m. Sunday. The
event will be held at Playground
park past Jasper, Fran Mahula,
Students owning cars are asked
to bring them, picnic chairman
Gordon Tovani said. All interested
in attending the ecents. are asked
to call-Tovani at ext. 323. Refresh
ments will be furnished by the club.
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rehTwill be: Stafford (O); Provost
(O); Draper (W); Mallory (W);
.Ralph Dichter (OSC); John Mor
ley (Idaho); and Lyons (WSG).
But there are many other golfers
playing on the various teams who
ace capable of walking off with
the medalists's trophy.
Two Acts of'Hansel and Gretal'
Set for Music Program Tomorrow
An evening of operatic excerpts,
including two complete acts of
“Hansel and Gretel" in costume,
will be given tomorrow by students
of Denton Rossell, voice teacher,
at 8 p.m. in the music school audi
In addition a large scene from
“La Boheme” will be presented.
The previously scheduled excerpt
from “Tosca” has been canceled.
Kays Plays Poet
In the selection from “La Bo
heme,” Rudolfo, the poet, played
by tenor James Kays, meets for
the first time the flower girl Mimi,
who will be Janet Nielsei, lyric so
Leads in “Hansel and Gretel” will
be sung by Barbara Detrick as
Hansel, Mary Hawkins as Gretel,
Barbara Heartfield and Don Jor
dahl as the mother and father, and
To Induct Ten
Ten University Students will be
initiated into Beta Gamma Sigma,
business administration honorary,
at a banquet at 6 p.m., Tuesday in
the faculty club. Dr. Victor P.
Morris, dean of the business admin
istration school, will be the speak
The ten pledges are Eugenia
Karns, Raymond Turrell, Betty
Jean Bennett, Walter Gould, Wally
Berning, Betty Jean Carkin, George
Fleshman, Edward Hoffmaster,
Lois May Hunt, and Charles
Sherman Holmes will be present
ed the Beta Gamma Sigma award
as the freshman in business having
the highest scholastic standing.
All classified is payable in advance at th<
rate of four ceuts a word the first insertion,
two cents a word thereafter at the Emerald
Classified deadline is 4:00 p.m. the day
trior to publication.
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des at Sederstrom hall. (141)
Marilyn Griffith as the Sandman.
This three-act opera, written by
Humperdinck, was selected for the
first broadcast by the Metropolitan
Opera company on Christmas day,
Scenes are being staged by Ros
sell. There will be no admission
June 1 Deadline Set
For Degree Cards
Seniors who contemplate gradu
ation in June were advised yester
day by Registrar Curtis E. Avery
that no degree application cards
can be filed after June 1. Cards
must be in by that time if students
wish to graduate this spring, he
Degree fees of $6.50 must also
be paid on or before June 1.
Veterans’ degree fees will be met
by the Veterans administration,
but must be applied for by June 1.
In ancient times, prospective
fathers were reequired to go to bed
and abstain from certain kinds of
food at the time of their wives’
He who is afraid of doing too
much is always doing too little.
Laxton's Life Loaded With Men ^
Husband, Hero, Mix up Matters
By PAT KING
As Ellen Turner, female lead in
“The Male Animal” to be presented
by the University theater May 21,
22, 26, 27, 28, and 29, Pat Laxton
has a veritable emotional picnic
Alpha Delta Sigma, national
men’s advertising fraternity, is this
year offering a special $50 schol
arship to an outstanding junior
man in advertising, according to
Earl Walter, new president of the
All junior men in advertising are
eligible to compete for the schol
arship. Petitions for the award
should be turned in to Dr. R. D.
Millican, chapter adviser not later
than Tuesday, June 1, Walter said.
Dr. Millican’s offices are in the
journalism building and Commerce
throwing books at ner nusoana
(Bill Tassock) and breaking ash
trays and thermos bottles.
“Ellen thinks she'is cool headed,
understanding, and more stable
than her husband, but actually she
is a very emotional person, con
stantly fluctuating between her
professor husband and her former
all-American football hero boy
friend,” Miss Laxton explained.
Commenting on her part, she
said, “The hardest thing is to try
to convince the audience that I’ll
never leave my husband at the
same time I’m screaming at him
that I’m going away with another
Although she appeared as one of
the fairies in “A Midsummer
Night’s Dream,” and has worked
on many stage crews, this is actu
ally her first try behind the foot
lights. But the lure of grease paint
and her “name in lights” has" no
appeal for Plat who would prefer to
teach the technical side of the thea
ter in schools.
A sophomore in drama, she is
also a representative on the theater
advisory board, member of Phi
Beta, and of Delta Zeta sorority.
This summer she plans to attend
her sorority’s national convention
in Massachusetts as a delegate
from her chapter.
“As long as I’m that close to
New York, I plan to stay in the big
city with another girl for three
days and cram in as many plays as
I can,” she remarked.
The supporting cast includes La
Vorn Taylor, Chuck Boice, Carolyn
Parker, Gordon Ericksen, Dick
Monnie, Virginia Woods, Pat
White, Donna Mary Brennan, and
Reservations for tickets may be
made by calling ext. 401 in Johnson
hall. The box office is open from 10
a.m. to noon, anc from 1 to 5 p.m.
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