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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1948)
^WEATHER: Eugene and vicinity:
Partly cloudy today and Friday
with temperature climbing to
about 70 degrees. Possibiity of
WOMEN will pick up the men at
the men’s houses for Friday's
rally. Sec story, column 1.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
Rooters Lids Make Debut
From left: Gladys Hale, Barbara Triece, Nancy Weir, Zeta Sinclair
sport new girls’ rooters lids.
YM-YW Frosh Mixer at
Gerlinger Annex Tonight
More than 40 students applied for
work on the news and advertising
’staffs of the Oregon Daily Emerald
during the first two days of regis
tration this week. Final applica
tions will be accepted until 5 p.m.
today in the Emerald quonset of
, .fice, Editor Bill Yates and Business
Manager Virgil Tucker announced
Previous experience on the Em
erald or on other newspapers is de
sirable but not necessary, Yates
' - Various Jobs Open
* Positions are still open for re
porters and copy desk and night
staff workers. Those registered as
'reporters will be assigned news or
. special beats to cover. Copy desk
and night staff workers will alter
nate daily, so that each student
need devote only Sne afternoon or
"evening each week to the paper.
In announcing the need for more
business staff workers, Business
•Manager Tucker stressed that of
i fice assistants will be needed, as
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Deadline for submitting Home
•coming chairmanship petitions has
been extended until Monday, Bob
Allen, ASUO president, announced
-after Wednesday’s executive coun
cil meeting. Selection of the general
’ chairman will be at Monday night’s
Personal interviews of each of
i the petitioners for general chair
man will be conducted at the meet
ing. The petitions may be submitted
to Olga Yevtich at the Alpha Delta
1 house before 4 p.m. Monday or
brought to the meeting in the stu
dent affairs office, Emerald hall.
» Petitioners are to be sure that
an eligibility slip accompanies each
Social dancing, square dancing,
entertainment, and refreshments
will be featured tonight between
7:30 and 10 at the YMCA-YWCA
freshman mixer in Gerlinger annex.
In making the announcement,
Chairman Barbara Stevenson urged
all to come to the no-date affair
and get acquainted.
Sally Terrill, entertainment
chairman, has announced an enter
tainment slate for intermission
featuring Denny Marvin as master
of ceremonies. The “Wild West
Duet,” Newt Thornton and Stan
Smith will present four numbers.
Dancing from records will be in
terspersed with square dances and
broom dances. Calling will be Miss
Rosamond Wentworth, associate
professor of physical education,
Lloyd Gillett of the Eugene public
school system, and Miss Beverly
Bennet. Margaret Reeve will play
the piano for square dances.
Several special guiests will be
present including presidents of
campus honoraries and faculty
members. Cokes will be served.
First Rally Set Friday Night
Freshman and new students will
he welcomed to the University Sat
urday night by two traditional so
cial events—the President’s re
ception and the Hello dance.
President Harry K. Newburn,
faculty, administrative, and stu
dent heads will be in the receiving
line at Gerlinger hall from 8 p.m.
to 9:30 p.m. Refreshments will be
served at the reception.
Yahn to Play
The music of Freddie Yahn will
fill McArthur court for the Hello
dance from 9 to 12. The free dance
is sponsored by the educational ac
tivities board. Campus clothes are
in order at the stag affair.
At the recejption, students will
have the opportunity to meet Presi
dent and Mrs. Newburn, Assistant
to the President and Mrs. E. M.
Pallett, Director of Student Affairs
and Mrs. Donald DuShane, Director
o' Women’s Affairs—Golda Wick
ham and Mr. Wickham, and Direc
tor of Men’s Affairs and Mrs. Vir
Deans Will Attend
Registrar and Mrs. Clifford
Constance, Dean and Mrs. E. L.
Johnson, Dean and Mrs. S. W.
Little, Dean and Mrs. V. P. Morris,
Dean and' Mrs. P. B. Jacobsen, Dean
and Mrs. R. W. Leighton, Dean and
Mrs. C. F. Weigle, Dean and Mrs.
Orlando J. Hollis, Dean and Mrs.
Theodore Kratt, Colonel and Mrs.
F. R. Maeridian, AUSO president
Bob Allen, and AWS president
A call for majorettes and band
members for the football march
ing hand has been issued by John
Applicants should apply to
Stehn in room 102, Music build
ing, during the remainder of the
Oregano Calls fori Workers;
Interviews Slated for Next Week
Staff positions ranging from typ
ists through associate editorships
are available on the 1949 Oregana.
Interested students will be inter
viewed for business and editorial
jobs next week, according to Editor
Trudi Chernis and Business Mana
ger Olga Yevtich.
They said experience for the
work is preferable, but definitely
Prospective editorial workers
will be interviewed in the Oregana
offices according to the following
schedule: Tuesday, from 11 to 12
and 1 to 5 p.m.; Wednesday, from 3
to 5 p.m.; Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Business Staff Needed
Miss Yevtich said business staff
applicants will be interviewed early
next week, also in the yearbook of
fices in the northwest corner of Mc
Editorial jobs open include as
sociate editors in charge of activ
ities and schools, executive secre
tary, index editor, caption and story
writers, layout editors for living
organizations, artists, and layout
The business staff needs typists,
advertisers, solicitors, collectors,
promotion workers, and salesmen.
House pictures will be started
September 28 by Kennell-Ellis stu
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Chest X-Rays Set
For Next Week
Free chest x-rays will be given
at the University next week, the
Health Service announced today.
All students, faculty and staff
members of the University are re
quested to be examined by the
Women will be x-rayed Mon
day, Wednesday, and Friday
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 p.m.
until 3 p.m. Men will be x-rayed
Tuesday and Thursday from 9
a.m. to 12 noon and 1 p.m. until
Women to Escort Men;
Accompanied by twenty-four convertibles, University of
Oregon students will leave the campus at 7 :30 l'riday night ami
wend their way to the first football rally of the year at Broadway
and Willamette. Between 7 and 7:15 women will pick up the
The total number of enrolled stu
dents is swelling to approach the
half-way mark of the estimated en
rollment of approximately 5000
regular students and 400 students
of the graduate school as registra
tion continues through its fourth
Over-all enrollment totals are ex
pected to be slightly under the all
time record enrollment of last fall
term when 5905 students signed up
for Oregon classes. Because of dif
ficulty in processing registration
cards until the end of the week,
complete figures are not available
at this time.
As the campus swarms with stu
dents intent on completing the reg
istration process, a glimpse behind
Tests Given Today
A test session for new students
who have not yet taken place
ment tests is slated for 8:30 this
morning in McArthur court. J.
Spencer Carlson, director of the
counseling service advises that
transfer students need come only
in the morning, but that the ses
sion will continue at 1 p.m. for
Freshmen wlio«have taken all
tests except mathematics place
ment should come to McArthur
court at 3 this afternoon, Carlson
the scenes shows a new registrar,
Clifford L. Constance manipulating
the strings that coordinate the
many phases of registration.
Appointment of Constance as
registrar for the University of Ore
gon became effective September 1,
when he stepped into the position
left open by the appointment of
Curtis E. Avery, his predecessor, to
the directorship of the University’s
E. C. Brown Trust.
Constance has been a member of
the University staff for 19 years,
serving as assistant registrar and
associate registrar. He received his
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men at the men s houses according'
to pairings. Assembly will be at the
Fijii lot at 7:15.
Rally Board Chairman Alex Mur
phy has called for utmost coopera
tion from presidents of all living
organizations in order to insure
that the greatest possible number
of students take part in the first
rally of the year. The rally will co
incide with Eugene’s fall opening.
Aiken to Talk
The program of the rally, which,
will take place at Broadway and
Willamette, will consist of yells,
band numbers, a talk by the Santa
Barbara coach, and talks by Leo
Harris, Head coach Jim Aiken and
Murphy has announced the com
plete schedule as follows. At 6 Fri
day evening convertibles will gath
er at Fijii lot, and each will be as
signed to a pair of houses. The dec
oration committee will put on ap
propriate signs. Between 7 and 7:15,
the women will pick up the men.
at their houses and the groups will
meet at Fijii lot, where each group
will go to the car assigned to it.
Any signs put in or on the car
by the decoration committee will
be arranged and displayed to best
advantage. At 7:30 the procession
will leave for the downtown area
under police escort, led by the Uni
versity band. At 11th and Willam
ette they will be joined by the
Eagle's band', which will lead tho
wray to the platform at Boradway
After all cars are inside the two
block area between 11th and
Broadway on Willamette, students
will leave the cars and gather
around the platform.
See list of pairings on page 8.
Libe Gets Records
Ten new record albums have been
added to the shelves of the Douglas
collection, Miss True Morris, head
of the musio room, has announced.
Although, most of the albums are
classical recordings of Bach, Mo
zart, and Gluck, the new entries
also included songs by the popular
French singer, Jean Sablon.
Decision On Student Union Bids
Set For Board Meeting Saturday
Bids for construction of the Erb
memorial student union building,
and for additions to Hayward field
and McArthur court are being con
sidered by the University, accord
ing to Lyle Nelson, director of in
Bids, which were opened at the
state board of higher education
meeting in Portland Tuesday, were
higher than expected. Methods of
financing the projects are under
consideration by J. O. Lindstrom,
business manager, and University
Recommendations on the bids
anu finance methods will be made
at a special meeting of the state
board of higher education Saturday
morning in Corvallis.
“Definite action on the student
union building and the other pro
jects will be taken at the meeting,”
Construction of the Erb memor
ial building would be the material
ization of a 25-year-old dream, be
gun by the graduating class of
1923, originators of the drive for a
Low bid on the student union,
which was estimated at 51.200,000,
totaled 51,723,503. The Ross B.
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