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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1948)
WEATHER: Clear today ivith lit
tle change in temperature with a
high near 54. Low tonight 27.
Fiftieth Year of Publication and Service to the University
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, TUESDAY, .NOVEMBER 9^1948
WHISKERINO violators are listed
for the first time today. Additional
names will appear until Saturday.
Yesterday’s violators arc listed in
columns 4 and 5.
Community Chest drive, spon
sored by Alpha Phi Omega, which
will include flying speeches, a
"know your Community Chest and
its activities” program, and other
features as yet unannounced.
A campus poll taken yesterday
reveals that approximately two
thirds of the University students
are unacquainted with the activi
ties of the Community Chest. Dur
ing the campaign, which will end
Saturday, the activities of the
chest will be explained to the stu
Virgil Tucker, president of Alpha
Phi Omega and general chairman
of the drive, plans to include sev
eral novel features in his cam
paign. In addition to this, house
chairman will be appointed in liv
ing organizations, and all houses
will be given "pep talks.”
A large number of welfare and
.public-service organizations use
Community Chest funds. Included
are the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts,
YMCA, YWCA, Salvation Army,
St. Vincent DePaul, Community
Center, various institutions for the
care of children, invalids, and the
mentally incompetent, and a large
number of other-state and national
According to the Lane County
Chest, “boom” times do not de
crease the need for charity money.
On the contrary, the present infla
tion tends to increase the burden
placed on the various agencies.
The current drive, which must be
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Set for Welch
Funeral services for Frederick
Keith Welch, sophomore in busi
ness administration and member
of Sigma Nu fraternity, will be
held tomorrow at the Simon cha
pel in Eugene.
Welch died Saturday night in
Sacred Heart hospital, probably
from complications resulting
from old injuries received while
taking part in athletics. He was
stricken while playing touch foot
ball with friends at his Eugene
home, and died shortly thereafter.
Born July 16, 1929, Welch had
been a resident of Oregon for the
major part of his life. He was a
graduate of the Class of 1947, Eu
gene high school. At EHS he was
a member of the Axemen’s coun
cil, E-club, a three-year letter
man in football, and also a base
ball and basketball player.
Surviving Welch are his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Welch
of Eugene; his grandfather,
Frank W. Welch, also of Eugene;
and two sisters, Mrs. Frank Al
len and Mrs. W. J. Harter, of
Seattle and Long Beach respect
Rev. Paul Mellish will officiate
at tomorrow’s services, following
which will be the interment at
Rest Haven Memorial park.
Pick Up Tickets
Approximately 400 students In
the A through H group who did
not pick up their Oregon-OSC
game tickets yesterday may do
Picked As Finalists
RELAXING AFTER BEING SELECTED AS THE six finalists for
Joe College last Thursday night. From left to right they are Jim
Stanley, Beta Theta Pi; Vic Risley, Kappa Sigma; Bill Gaffney, Pi
Kappa Phi; Eddie Art zt, Sigma Alpha Mu; Pete Poort, Delta Upsi
lon; and Paul Murphy, Theta Chi. The final balloting will be at the
Whiskerino dance Saturday night.
'Shaggy Shuffle' Theme
Set for Whiskerino Dance
The word on the Whiskerino dance, next Saturday night at
the Igloo, was revealed yesterday in an epic ditty by dance j
committee member Bob Corgan:
Come on you Stubble bums, one and all—
There’s gonna be a bearded brawl.
It’s the “Shaggy Shuffle’’ this Saturday night
So latch on to a schick and do it up right.
Dance Chairman Moe I urner
explained that decorations and
entertainment will all be carried
out in a light vein around the
“Shaggy Shuffle” theme. This
theme will be the basis for num
erous humorous scenes around
the Avails of McArthur court.
Jimmy Zito’s orchestra will
play for the Saturday night
dance. His trumpet has been de
scribed as “one of the sweetest
horns now astudio or afoot.”
Tickets for the dance go on sale
today in the Co-op. Price is $2.40
per couple. Ballots for Betty Co-ed
and Joe College are printed on the
tickets, and the balloting and final
selection will be made at the dance,
says Stan Turnbull, co-publicity
Betty Co-ed finalists are Betty
Arnold, Jean Bell, Barbara Fagg,
Glenna Hurst, Mary Knox, and
Finalists for Joe College are Ed
Artzt, Bill Gaffney, Paul Murphy,
Pete Poort, Vic Risley, and Jim
Don Smith, ticket chairman, has
named Donna Mary Brennan and
Bill Mansfield assistant chairmen,
and Paul Johnson, Tom Mitchell,
Robert Silva, and Robert Pearce
as house organizers.
Tickets will be available
through the week at tne Co-op, at
the living organizations when fly
ing speeches or beard-measuring is
going on, and at the door the night
of the dance.
For OSC Tickets
Students eligible for tickets to
the Oregon State game may pur
chase them today and tomorrow
only, announced Howard Lemons,
athletic business manager.
The $2 tickets will be sold in
McArthur court today to those
whose last names begin with I
through P and tomorrow to those
whose names begin with Q
If not picked up by 5 p.m. to
morrow, they will be distributed
among members of the freshman
Whisker less Males
Scheduled to Get
Personalized measurment'’ of sophomore beards yesterday
by Betty Co-ed finalists resulted in discovery of numerod#
beardless boys. Punishment, swift and terrible—and wet_
will be meted out in front of the Side at 12:25 today.
hddie Artzt, hit'll sheriff for the Whiskerino, states that it.
is imperative that all freshmen numeral winners and skull and
ua^vi niuiiun ^ DC ill uie OKIC
at 12:20, to handle rounding up
and dunking violators.
Violators who fail^o show for
today's festivities will he hunt
ed down by the sheriff’s posse
Wednesday and receive addi
tional beard-growing treatment.
Beards must be grown until
Non-beard growers include Joe
Harden, Don Farnum, Bill Glads
by, Jack O'Conner, Bill Vranizan.
Bill Hays, Tom Donahue, Mac Mon
tague, Jim Hefti.
George Gibson, Bob Hurtig, Ron
Gillis, Chuck Strader, Bill Johnson,
Glen Walker, Don Boots, Dick
Dixon, A1 Gemmel, Tim Preston,
John Parson, Sam Brown, John
McBcc, Tom Shifter, Cy Anderson,
Bud Barnum, Hank Volk, Verne
Barens, Dean Earheart, Bud Al
drich, Bob de Koenig.
Barry Mountain, Lyle Rogers,
Frank Bocci, Bob Hawkins, Stu
Richardson, Bill Mansfield, Jim
Crakes, Jim Danicldson, Bob Knol
Betty Co-cd finalists Betty Arn
old', Jean Bell, Barbara Fagg,
Glenna Hurst, Mary Knox, and
Penny Singleton checked sopho
more bears personally at several
houses yesterday. They were ac
companied by Artzt, Steve Church,
Will Urban and Bill Lance. All
houses will be checked twice,
All house presidents have been
asked to turn in lists of their soph
omores to aid in enforcement of the
beard-growing edict. Lists should be
turned in to Bill Lance at the Sig
ma Nil house today if at all pos
The University of Oregon foot
ball team is scheduled to leave Eu
gene by plane at 11 a.m. Thursday,
for Los Angeles, where they will
meet UCLA Friday night. The
team will stay in the Green hotel
in Pasadena, and will leave on the
return trip at noon Saturday.
Aiken Says Oregon 'Not a Favorite'
The University of Oregon foot
ball team is not a cinch favorite
against any othe team in the Pa
cific Coast conference, Coach Jim
Aiken told radio listeners last
Aiken was interviewed by Harry
Sackett on the program “Webfoot
Huddle Time,” presented by the
University radio studios last nighty
“Any team on our schedule can
beat us,” Aiken said. “There is a
possibility that they can lick us.
We haven’t an easy game on our
Commenting on the Oregon
Washjngton game, Aiken described
it as a “very rough ball game.
Washington played good and Ore
gon did too,” he said.
Outstanding players in the game
named by Aiken were Norm Van
Brocklin, Dick Wilkins, Dan Gai'
za, and Don Stanton. Stanton, he
said, played his best game of the
Aiken described the Oregon
team as a very cautious one, and
attempted to explain in some part
the slow start that Oregon usually
shows in its games.
“We try to look over the oppon
ent’s defense first,” he said.
“Washington had a very abnormal
defense. You can’t tell, though, we
might start fast on some games
and slow on others.’’
Head Scout Frank Zazula, who
appeared on the interview with Ai
ken, declared that UCLA actually
outplayed California in most de
partments. “I believe that UCLA
is potentially getting stronger all
the time,” he said.
“I’m sure we'll have to be on our
toes when playing UCLA,” Aiken
commented. “We’re playing away
from home and we’re playing a
U of O Men
Tonite at 9
Curt Finch's Ork
And Vocals Feature
A state of utter confusion will
center around the University radio
studios tonight when they present
their second “Campus Headlines”
show on station KOAC at 9.
Written by Paul Ryman, the pro
gram presents an organized disor
ganization consisting of piano miv
sic, “typical students,” the vocals
of Music Student Jimmy Kays, and
the music of Curt Finch and his
One of the songs to be sang by
Kays is “Yours is my Heart
Alone.” While, overseas in the ser
vice, Kays met the author of the
song, Franz Lchar. Kays will re
late his meeting with Lehar to the
An argument on whether studies
or extracurricular activities should
play the more prominent role in
campus life starts at the beginning
of the program and never stops
until it is almost over.
The announcer Bob Litten man
ages to quiet them enough to go
on with the show and the music of
Curt Finch is able to drown them
out on occasions.
Marty Weitzner plays the part of
the student who argues in favor of
campus social life. Norm Lamb
plays the part favoring studies
only, and Bob Croisant portrays
the happy medium.
The program will be released by
transcription to station KEX in
Portland on Saturday, November
13, starting at 9:30 p.m.
The show is produced concur
rently with Oregon State college,
with the University taking it one
week and OSC the next.
Asked to Meet
Vice presidents of all living or
ganizations are requested to at
tend a meeting tonight at 5 in
the Delta Gamma house, according
to Alex Murphy, chairman of the
Those unable to come, may
send another house „ officer as
Classes As Usual
Contrary to the existing ru
mor, the University announced
definitely yesterday that classes
would be held on Armistice day,
Thursday, November 11.