Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 29, 1948, Image 1

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    WEATHER—Partly cloudy today
except for morning fog. High to
day near 57. Saturday mostly
cloudy with afternoon rain.
Fiftieth Year of Publication and Service to the University
affect the University. See page 3
CANDIDATES for mayor take
stand on municipal problems that
Apply Now
For Ducats
To Game
Ballot Box in Co-op
Stays Til! Monday
OSC game titckets may be ap
plied for today instead of next
. week, as printed in yesterday’s
Emerald. Students should sign
ticket number 33 in their athletic
' books and drop them in a ballot
box in the Co-op, which will be
there until next Monday.
The $2.00 tickets will be sold to
1450 students whose names will be
* drawn from the ballot box at an
executive council meeting Monday
night, November 1.
A special rooting section will be
* reserved for Oregon students at
the game in Corvallis, November
After the Monday drawing, the
names will be listed in alphabetical
. order and placed in the library,
Co-op and McArthur court for
three days, next Thursday, Friday
* and Saturday, so that students may
see if they are eligible to buy
Sale Starts
The actual sale of the tickets
Will start November 8, 9, and 10
in McArthur court. Students are
requested to bring their athletic
books and registration cards, so
that the book numbers and names
can be checked with the athletic
office lists.
Those who still have athletic
books coming may obtain slips of
paper to be filled out from the of
fice of Howard Lemons, athletic
business manager. These may be
used as substitutes for ticket no.
Fifty tickets out of the 1500 al
lotted for Oregon rooters will be
withheld from the drawing to be
given to members of the executive
council and the Order of the O.
Seating arrangements and policing
at the game will be taken care of
by the latter.
This method of distributing the
tickets to Oregon rooters was se
lected as being “the most equitable
way,” according to members of the
executive council.
. Oregano Appoints
Don Hagedorn, sophomore in
- journalism, has been appointed cir
culation manager on the business
k staff of the 1949 Oregana.
His appointment was announced
Thursday by Olga Yevtich, business
manager of the book.
Final Curtain to Set
Soon on Production
Friday and Saturday evenings
will mark the final performances
of the “Petrified Forest,” the
University theater’s first produc
tion of the year. The two-act
play is directed by Horace W.
Robinson with technical direc
tion by William E. Schlosser.
Tickets are on sale at the
Johnson hall box office from 10
to 12, and from 1 until past cur
tain time on both nights.
ISA Hallowe'en
Mixer Saturday
In Gym Annex
Broom dances and Paul Joneses
will prevent the “usual staglines
from forming” at the ISA’s Hal
loween mixer Saturday night, Bob
Davis, ISA president, promised.
The dance will be held 'from 9
to 12 Saturday in Gerlinger annex.
Admission is free to all members
of ISA.
Door prizes include an order for
an orchid from Wayne’s florist and
a bottle of cologne from Kieth
Fennels. Refreshments will be,
served. Music will be from Glenn
Miller records.
ISA membership cards may be
purchased for 25 cents at the Co-op
Friday, from ISA senators, or at
the door of the mixer.
All independent students are in
vited to attend.
Johnny Lusk's 'Sweet' Music
For Pacific Coast Rally Dance
Mock Vote Set For Today
Students of all ages will show their political preferences, nationally
and state-wide, in a mock balloting today preliminary to the November
8 election.
Balloting will be taken by polls at all living organizations during
the noon and evening meals. Results will be announced in house listings
in Saturday’s Emerald.
Members of Alpha Phi Omega, national service honorary, will take
the poll under the direction of their vice-president, Herby Kariel.
Bob Miller, senior in political science, is in charge of the project.
Election of Officers
Planned Today By IFC
Election of officers for the coming year will be a chief fea
ture of this afternoon’s business session, as the Western Re
gional Interfraternity Conference swings into its second full
All nominations will be made from the floor at the session,
which will be held in the .Guild
theater, Johnson hall, at 1:30.
“The University of Oregon
IFC deserves the utmost
praise,” commented King Cros
no of the University of Califor
nia, president of the Pacific Coast
council, yesterday.
“Their organization of the con
ference has been nothing short ol
Betty Co-ed, Joe College
Candidates Named by Houses
Candidates from each living organization for Betty Co-ed
and Joe College, selected each year during the annual Sopho
more Whiskerino, have been announced by the committee.
hinalists for Betty Co-ed will be selected when the candidates
meet Wednesday, November 3 at 7:30 p. m. in alumni hall of
Gerlinger hall. Joe College finalists will be selected the fol
lowing night at 6:30. Judges are Joan Frydenlund, Dick Neelie
Mrs. Golda Wickam, Dr. Robert Horn, and Bill Yates. Five
candidates will be selected each
Betty Co-ed
Candidates for Betty Co-ed in
clude Joan McPhearson, Alpha
Chi Omega; Katherine Kuluris,
Alpha Delta Pi; Ann Jordan,
Alpha Gamma Delta; Jean Bell,
Alpha hall; Florence Hansen,
Alpha Omricon Pi.
Mary Knox, Alpha Phi; Sally
McKinney, Alpha Xi Delta; Marcia
Murray, Ann Judson house; Glen
na Hurst, Chi Omega; Carol Bar
tel, Delta Delta Delta.
Sally Beach, Delta Gamma;
Boots Korn, Delta Zeta; Jaunita
Roberts, Gamma Hall; Jannett
Paulsen, Gamma Phi Beta; Carol
Rines, Gerlinger hall; Toinette Ro
senberg, Hendricks hall; Margaret
Perkins, Highland house; Barbara
Fagg, Kajipa Alpha Theta.
Eva Moore, Kappa Kappa Gam
(Please turn to page three)
Eight Years Of Dust Of Johnson Hall Come To End
For J. E. Atwood; Going Away Party Honors Janitor
(Emerald Staff Reporter)
» Approximately eight years of
cleaning the floors, stairs and sun
dry crannies of Johnson hall paid
off Wednesday for Mr. J. E. At
wood, retiring janitor.
- Mr. Atwood discarded his broom
and dustpan Wednesday afternoon
and climbed the stairs to the sec
ond-floor lobby, which was the
scene of a tea sponsored by the en
tire Johnson hall staff from Presi
. dent Newburn on down.
Something Different
A far cry from the tedious duties
which Mr. Atwood performed year
in and year out was the lace-cov
ered 'table loaded with teacups and
a huge iced cake.
Employees of administration of
fices and the news bureau strolled
across floors which still bore the
result of Mr. Atwood’s labor. In
the course of the afternoon, in fact,
the second-floor lobby became
slightly mussed—but no cause for
worry on Mr. Atwood’s part. At
the end of the week he leaves
Johnson hall and its everlasting
dust and grime for more pleasant
An Airlines radio was a sur
prise dividend for Atwood. It was
presented as a token of apprecia
tion for the ship-shape appearance
of Johnson’s interior every 8 a.m.
—and, of course, for Mr. Atwood,
the man who kept it that way.
Dr. E. C. Pallett of the adminis
trative offices led the gathering in
“For He's a Jolly Good Fello.”
People asked Mrs. Atwood how
long her husband had worked at
Johnson; she wasn’t quite sure..
At the end of the afternoon the
Johnson staff trooped back down
stairs, having given their janitor
a royal going-away party. And Mr.
Atwood ? He found himself with
the radio, memories of hard work
—and at the end of the week, the
title of janitor “ex officio’’ of John
son hall.
superb. Discussions have been in
teresting, free, and spirited from
the very beginning,” Crosno said.
Today’s Schedule
Today’s schedule of discussion
groups, which are open to the stu
dent public in the Guild theater,
Johnson hall:
9-10:20 a.m. “Fraternity Financ
Ces,” Oregon State College, presid
Panel: University of Southern
California, University of Idaho,
and Willamette university.
10:30-11:50 a.m. “Alumni and
Public Relations,” University of
Washington, presiding.
Panel: University of California
at Los Angeles, Colorado A & M
college, and University of New
Recreation will occupy the time
’of the delegates this afternoon
from 3 to 5:30. University men's
physical education facilities will be
available to the visitors. This in
cludes basketball, handball, swim
ming, and tennis equipment and
At 6:30 p.m. in the Osburn hotel,
delegates will gather for the Inter
fraternity banquet. Dr. U. G. Du
bach, head of the political science
department of Lewis and Clark
college, former OSC dean of men
and Sigma Phi Epsilon alumnus,
will speak on “What a Fraternity
Ought to Be and Do.”
Tucker Appoints
Assistant Manager
The promotion of Tom Mc
Laughlin, present advertising
manager, to the position of assist
ant business manager, was an
nounced yesterday by Virgil Tuck
er, business manager of the Ore
gon Daily Emerald. Sally Waller
who was assistant advertising
manager, will replace McLaughlin
as advertising manager.
McLaughlin, a senior advertising
major, is vice-president of Alpha
Delta Sigma, advertising honorary,
and is house manager of Chi Psi
Waller, a junior major in politi
cal science, is a member of Gamma
Alpha Chi, women’s advertising
honorary, Phi Theta, junior wom
en's honorary, and Kappa Alpha
Theta sorority.
'Miss Oregana'
At Intermission
Johnny Lusk’s nine-piece
student band, complete with
two vocalists, will play “sweet
style” music at the Pacific coast
rally dance which starts at 9
tonight. The dance, to be held
shortly after a mass rally out
side the court, is a sport affair.
At intermission, from 10:15
to 10:30 p. m., “Miss Oregana”,
a senior woman with beauty
ond a "Photogenic personality,’’
will be introduced. She was chos
en by members of the yearbook
staff Wednesday night by pictures
which appeared in the last three
Tickets to the dance will be sold
today in the Co-op for $1 per cou
ple. They have also been distribut
ed to men’s fraternities, and will
be sold at the door tonight.
Sponsored by Kwama, Skull and
Dagger, and the IFC, the dance
will feature the emblems of dif
ferent colleges which are being
made by women's houses, according
to decoration chairmen Kathy
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Maryllyn McFarland, Alpha Chi
Omega; Mariel Means, Chi Ome
ga; Joan Heron,' Delta Gamma;
Martha Cleveland, Gamma Phi
Beta; Ann Fenwick, Hendricks
hall; and Gladys Hale, Pi Beta
The winner will be featured on
a full page of the 1949 Oregana,
and will be a guest at the staff
banquet in the spring.
Littlefield and Ed Peterson.
Vocalists Warren Mack and Do
lores Miller wil sing with Lusk’c
band, which played for the pledge
dance earlier this term. Lusk, a
senior in music, has led his group
at educational activity dances last
year, house dances and Willamette
Pairings for the rally are:
Alpha Tau Omega-Alpha Chi
Omega; Beta Theta Pi-Chi Ome
ga; Campbell club and Cherney
Hall-Susan Campbell; Chi Psi
Delta Zcta; Delta Tau Delta-Gei
linger; Delta Upsilon - Rebec
House; French hall and McChes
ncy hall-Hendricks; Kappa Sig
ma-Alpha Xi Delta; Lambda Chi
Ann Judsori house; Merrick hall
Highland house; Nestor hall and
Omega hall-Zeta Tau Alpha; Phi
Delta Theta-Pi Beta Phi.
Phi Gamma Delta-Kappa Kap
pa Gamma; Phi Kappa Psi-Sigma
Kappa; Phi Kappa Sigma and Phi
Sigma Kappa-Alpha Omicron Pi;
Pi Kappa Alpha-Gamma Phi Be
ta; Pi Kappa Phi and Sederstrom
hall-Zeta hall; Sigma Alpha Mu
Kappa Alpha Theta; Sherry Ross'
hall, and Sigma hall-University
Sigma Phi Epsilon-Gamma hall;
Sigma Chi-Alpha Gamma Delta;
Sigma Nil-Alpha hall; Stan Ray
hall-Alpha Delta Pi; Theta Chi
Delta Gamma; Stitzer hall and
Tau Kappa Epsilon-Alpha Phi;
and Cherney hall and Minturn.
hall-Delta Delta’Delta. ,