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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1949)
For Frosh Ball
Bob Chambers and his entertain
ment committee will present an
intermission program at Friday
night’s frosh Basket “Ball” at Ger
Scheduled to begin after the
game, the dance, sponsored by the
class of '52, is open to all Univer
gtiy and OSC students. A date af
fair, tickets are selling for 50 cents.
Tickets may be purchased
through house representatives to
the freshman council or at the door.
The event is the only one slated by
the frosh council for this term.
The frosh council Tuesday laid
final plans for the dance and dis
cussed possibilities for more mix
ers next term.
Class President John Chaney
asked the members to consider the
possibility of slating regular meet
ings in the future.
A Drive Against
Uaiversity traffic officials have
announced a drive against illegal
parking in the drive leading from
13th street to Susan Campbell hall,
according to Lyle Nelson, director
"There is supposed to be no park
ing in the drive at any time,” Nel
son pointed out. "Last night (Tues
day) there were cars parked on
both sides of the drive, making it
impossible for taxis and other ve
hicles to drive up to the hall. In
case of a fire, the situation would
Nelson also noted that the
parked cars have been damaging
lawns on either side of the drive.
Hereafter, a tow-car will remove
cars parked illegally. Offenders will
pay a fine before recovering their
SPEs Mark 23rd
This weekend marks the celebra
tion of the 23rd year of the Sigma
Phi Epsilon fraternity on the Ore
gon campus. There will be a re
union of over 100 Sig Eps, and the
burning of the house mortgage will
climax the gathering.
The activities will include a me
morial service for Sig Eps killed in
World War II, various luncheons,
and a banquet at the Eugene hotel.
On Sunday, the activities will con
clude with a formal initiation ser
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“Tall Firs” went to basketball
heaven by trouncing Ohio State,
46 to 33.
The Emerald of the following day
summed up the spirit and wild glory
of that triumph: “Oregon last night
was a team of destiny. Mighty
Oregon was the song when it was
all over, and when midwest fans
(and the nation) paid a roaring
tribute to a great team.”
Athletic books will not be hon
ored at the Northern Division
swimming meet on March 4 and 5,
according to Howard R. Lemons,
athletic business manager. Tickets
will be sold since all Northern Divi
sion schools are to benefit from the
proceeds of the meet.
Season tickets are now on sale
at the athletic business office for
$1.20. Admission to the individual
sessions will be 25 cents for the
morning, 60 cents for the after
noon, and 75 cents for the evening.
A portable radio in good condi
tion was left in McArthur court
after one of the recent basketball
games. The owner called for it be
fore it had been turned into the ed
ucational activities office, accord
ing to Dick Williams who has been
unable to locate the student since.
If he will call again at the office,
the radio will be returned to him.
Athletic Books Void
At ND Water Meet
Students whose athletic books
were picked up at Mac Court on
Feb. 25 may recover them by calling
at the athletic business office and
presenting their winter term regis
tration card. The office will not be
open on March 4 after noon.
Tryouts Set Friday
Unlimited roles for both men and
women are available in “Marco
Millions,” the spectacle produc
tion of the University theater for
this season. General tryouts for the
play will be held this Friday at 4 in
room 1, Johnson by director Hor
ace W. Robinson.
Gerry Hettinger, senior in speech
and assistant director, urges all in
terested persons to attend the try
outs, whether or not they have had
previous theater experience. As yet
no parts in the play have been cast.
Lutheran Student association
council will meet at Luther house
Thursday at 1 p.m.
PRINTING OF DISTINCTION
Dance Programs ^
VJLy pridtidg compflny
Telephone 470 - 169 76 West Broadway
Chuck Grell, Mel Van Lom,
Bob Downs, editor
Wally Benson, JoAnne Hewitt,
Scabbard & Blade—6:30
Scabbard and Blade meeting to
night at 6:30 in the ROTC building.
Westminister will have a pot luck
dinner Thursday evening at 6 p.m.
Admission is either food or 40 cents.
Everyone is welcome.
WHATS WRONG WITH YOUR
Poor Posture? No Confidence?
Lack of Grace? Old Style?
No Variety? Weak Lead.
Let JACKLYN’S solve your problems. Come in for a
Free Guest Lesson and Dance Analysis. See how
easy it is to learn the New Dances or Brush Up
your old ones.
TAP AND BALLET
Hours—Mon. thru Fri.—10:00 A.M.—10:00 P.M.
SAT.—16:00 A.M.—6:00 P.M.
jojcklifn'i Dance Studio
24 W. 7th Ave. Phone 23S-W
THE CLASS OF 52
AFTER OREGON - OREGON STATE GAME
March 4,1949,10 -12 P.M.
Tickets Being Sold in Co-op
GET YOURS NOW!