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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1948)
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■ today. High temperature about
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, VOLUME L
_Fiftieth Year of Publication and Sendee to the University
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1948
GOVERNOR Earl Warren, Re
publican vice-presidential candi
date, will be a guest on the cam
pus Friday. Further details
Spirit, Rules Emphasized
At 1948 Homecominq
Increased competitive spirit and
strict adherence to rules will be
. emphasized in this year’s Home
coming noise parade, according to
Joe Warren, chairman of the event,
scheduled for October 22.
It is the hope of Warren and his
* committee that this year’s meth
od of judging will end the com
plaint, voiced in recent years, that
competitive spirit is lacking in the
"In years past, the noise parade
has been rated as one of the most
colorful events on the campus. Ev
' erything should be done to revive
this colorfulness and to bring add
ed interest to the parade,” Warren
The parade will form at Mac
court and begin at 7:00. It will
proceed south to 19th street, turn
ri^ht and follow 19th to Hilyard.
Turn right on Hilyard; at 13th
and Hilyard, the band will join
the parade which will go on 13th,
past the Side. A right turn on
University will take the parade
past Mac court to 18th street
- where the procession will turn
left and go to the bonfire at the
intramural field. Floats are to
form a square around the bon
This year’s winners, to be an
nounced at the rally following
the frosh bonfire, will be selected
on the basis of four points, each
carrying equal weight.
1. Sustained noise in passing the
judges’ stand (upstairs windows of
the College Side).
2. Ingenuity in noisemaking
3. Colorfulness in outward ap
pearance; this includes comical
4. Spirit shown by occupants of
Judges will be A. H. Smith, as
sistant professor of law, Donald M.
DuShane, director of student af
fairs, and J. C. Stovall, assistant
professor of geography.
Warren and his committee also
list additional regulations for the
1. Each vehicle must be one sin
gle conveyance; no trailers or
semi-trucks will be allowed.
Meet at Court
2. All vehicles must meet in
front of Mac court between 5:30
and 6:30. The parade will start
promptly at 7:00.
3. Each pairing will take its
place in line in accordance with
the numbers assigned at the draw
ing last week. These numbers will
be announced sometime this week.
4. Latecomers must fall in at the
end of the line.
5 Each vehicle must have a large
recognition number and sign on
6. No vehicle may enter a hos
pital area, according to police reg
7. Judges’ decision will be final.
Any violation of these rules will
result in immediate disqualifica
tion of the offending entry.
Other Events Told
“Your University student body
card entitles you to vote for your
choice in this year’s Homecom
ing contest,” Leslie Tooze, chair
man of the selection, said in urg
ing students to vote today and
“Balloting will be held today
and tomorrow only,” Miss Tooze
emphasized. Booths will oe set
up in the Co-op between 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m.
The victorious candidate will
not be announced until half-time
of the Oregon-TJSC game at
Portland Saturday, Miss Tooze
Pictures of the six finalists,
Barbara Link, Virginia Walker,
(Please turn to page two)
Portland Game to Feature
Rallies, Breakfast, Parade
Bob Reed has been appointed
assistant editor of the Emerald,
Bill Yates, editor, announced
yesterday. Reed was formerly
by GRETCHEN GRONDAHL
Plans are steamrolling ahead for the weekend of the USC
game in Portland October 15 and 16.
Rallies, a breakfast, and a parade are scheduled; railroad
and bus lines are planning to run extra cars to accommodate
the heavy Eugene-Portland traffic, and reserved seat ducats
are nearly sold out, according to latest reports.
1 ortlandcrs will get a chance to see a display of Oregon
Warren Slates Eugene Visit
O.O.P vice-pbesidential candidate, Earl Warren, who will speak from McArthur court Friday evening
as the guest of the University, is photographed with his family at the California state capital. Shown
are (left to right) Dorothy, Virginia, Mrs. Warren, Bobby, Nina and Governor Warren. Standing be
hind Bobby are Jim Warrien and his wife. Accompanying the Governor to Eugene will be Mrs. Warren
GOP Candidate Earl Warren
Slates Talk at Igloo Friday
Earl Warren, Republican vice
presidential candidate, will visit
Eugene Friday, where he is sched
uled to speak in McArthur court
as the guest of the University. His
address is set for 7:30 p.m. and will
go on the air at 8 p.m. over 21 sta
tions, including KORE, KASH, and
Arriving here at 4 p.m. Friday
on a private 14-car train, the Cali
fornia governor will be accompan
ied by his wife and daughter Vir
ginia, friends, and a retinue of
newspapermen and photographers,
including representatives of Life
magazine and two newsreel syndi
Participating in arrangements
for Warren’s visit are the Republi
can county central committeee, the
Lane county Young Republicans,
and the University Young Repub
Immediately following the GOP
candidate’s speech, the Lane Coun
ty Young Republicans will stage
a torchlight parade to escort War
ren to a 9 p.m. reception at the Os
Concurrent with the main recep
tion, the campus Young Republi
cans will honor Virginia Warren in
an adjoining room at the Osburn.
Both affairs are open to the pub
Honored' guests seated on the
platform during Warren’s McAr
thur court address will include:
Mrs. Warren, Virginia Warren,
Senator William F. Knowland, Dr.
H. K. Newburn, Republican State’
Chairman James A. Rodman, Mrs.
Knowland, Congressman Walter
Norblad, Congressman Harris Ells
Greeks to Meeting
Each campus fraternity and so
rority house is asked to send a
three-to-five-person delegation to
the meeting with student affairs
heads tonight at 6:30 in Guild
theater, Johnson hall, according to
Donald M. DuShane, director of
It is hoped that this meetitng
will establish a foundation for a
lationship of mutual benefit, ac
l cording to DuShane.
worth, State Republican Vice
Chairman Ruth Rose Richardson,
National Committeemen Ralph
[ Cake and Mrs. Marshall Cornett,
Regional Finance Director John
Higgins, Senator Guy Cordon,
State Senators ‘ Douglas McKay
and Howard Belton, Lamar Tooze,
County Republican Chairman Ed
Boehnke and County Vice-Chair
man Clara Curry.
The program will open with the
Star Spangled Banner followed by
the invocation. President H. K.
Newburn will introduce Lamar
Tooze who will introduce Warren.
The Osburn hotel reception will
be sponsored by the Lane County
Republican Women’s club, under
the direction of Mrs. Halil e Hun
tington, president. Decorating the
platform will be a commmittee of
campus Young Republicans headed
by Joyce Van Hoosear.
Final plans for Warren’s visit
will be discussed at a Young Re
publicans meeting at 7 p.m. to
night at the Delta Gamma house.
Warren has been governor of
California since 1942.
spirit Friday night, October 15,
when students will stage a rally
through the city's streets. Ore
i It’s official; no classes Sat
urday morning. President New
burn’s office has announced the
cancellation of all classes on
October 16 to allow students to
atteend the Oregon-USC game
gon’s rally squad will lead rooters
in yells and songs beginning at
10:30 in front of the Orpheum
The University of Oregon band,
which will make the journey to
Portland by chartered bus, will
play for the Friday night rally and
will march through the streets
Saturday morning before the
Pom-poms, Megaphones Given
Charles F. Berg, Portland wo
men's clothing retailers, will give
1000 pom-poms to cheering coed3
and 1000 miniature megaphones
to men rooters at the rally in front
of their store Saturday morning.
Kwamas and rally girls will give
out the favors.
All fans will then march to
Multnomah Stadium for the grid
Extra ’.Susses, Train Cars Ordered
Pacific Trailways, when con
tacted yesterday, stated that they
would be able to put on all the
extra busses needed to transport,
students to Portland Friday night
and Saturday morning. Grey
hound lines similarly said that all
traffic would be taken care of.
Southern Pacific does not plan
to send a special train to the tilt,
but they will add extra cars to the
regular scheduled runs.
According to Howard Lemons,
! I TO athletic business manager,
only 2000 reserved seat tickets re
main on sale at the McArthur
Court office. Those in choice loca
tions have already been sold.
Multnoman Stadium seats 31,
500, Lemons said. Of this num
ber, 22,000 are reserved seats, sell
ing at $3.60 each. Some 5600 gen
eral admission seats are reserved
Portland ticket sales open Tues
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Football pictures of the Stan
ford and Michigan games will bo
shown in room 207, Chapman hall
next Thursday night. The pic
tures arc under the sponsorship
of the department of educational
activities, and will be shown con
tinuously from 7 until 10:30 p.m.
Dick Williams, director of edu
cational activities, has announced
that pictures of other games
away from Eugene will be run
later in the teerm if necessary aiv
rangements can be made.