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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1949)
Youngest Coed Mokes Her
Home at Susan Campbell
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Oregon can boast of having one
)f the youngest coeds on any col
lege campus. Right in the midst of
lis bustling collegiate community
ves a little lady bubbling over
fith personality, but still possess
ig a sure solution to gain her own
'ay. Her name? Kristy Johnson,
ter age? A full 414 months.
Kristy is the daughter of Elaine
id Don Johnson, directors of the
inverted Susan Campbell dormi
iry. This former coed stronghold
low houses 20 married couples.
-7hen full, 29 couples will call it
“Lots of crazy things have hap
pened because of this transforma
tion,” Mrs. Johnson said. "Girls
have come rushing in to see which
room they have or to find old
friends. But the most perplexed
are the boys. Four boys who came
were horrified when they found
that Susie now consisted of apart
piients for married students. Some
just rush out when they see Kristy.
§' People are still coming, Mrs.
ihnson said Thursday, and the
shone calls persist.
In spite of this, the young peo
Je are getting settled and ac
lainted with their next door
|eighbors—just across the hall,
ich couple has a suite of three
soms, and may also use the rec
;ation and wash rooms in the
isement, and the large living
>om on the first floor.
I Lt. Col. John H. Cunningham
] las been named Assistant Profes
i or of Military Science and Tactics
n the Oregon campus. He replaces
laj. Harold E. Allen who has been
ransferred to Tinker Air Force
ase in Oklahoma City, Okla.
Colonel Cunningham is a gradu
i te of Ohio State University and
' 'as formerly connected with the
'ffice of the Chief of Transporta
on in Washington, D. C. During
ie war he served for 29 months
l the Persian Gulf command.
o general admission tickets
(ill be sold for this year’s Home
iming game with Oregon State,
te Athletic Ticket Office announ
The only tickets now available—
|l of them reserved—for the clas
scheduled for Nov. 19 are in
[e first four rows of the horse
joe, at the north end of Hayward
j |Thg ticket office warned that
pnless enrollment is less than ex
pected, veterans’ wives not attend
ing school will have to buy reserv
Sig Eps Report
issing Life Raft
ft rubber life raft belonging to
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity was
stolen last week, reports Jim Snell,
house president. The raft was
:en soon after being returned
the organization’s back-yard
mer house by a group from the
'<jrt hwestern Christian College
who had borrowed it.
|?he raft was a gift to the fra
ternity by an uncle of one of the
iK'hy is it that the things we
nejer get worry us more than the
^ gs we lose ?
i win oects replace tne uunK Deas
on the sleeping porch, while the
former dressing rooms are kitch
enettes, with rangettes and cool
erators. The study room now com
prises the living room also.
This housing program is for
married students or faculty mem
bers, but is only temporary. In
Sept. 1950, Susan Campbell will be
returned to its previous status of
Get Parking Break
Parking troubles really aren’t
so bad here, after all.
Down the Willamette a ways,
students at Oregon State who
own cars recently got a break.
For the first time since the war,
campus parking is to be allowed
—for 15 minutes at a stretch.
“Demand for student parking
close to the Memorial Union” is
given by the Oregon State Bar
ometer as the reason for the
move. It is to be enforced
through a setup similar to Ore
gon’s new Student Traffic Court.
U. of O. Dads
To Hold Meef
Executive committee members
and group presidents of the Uni
versity of Oregon Dads’ club will
hold their regular fall meeting Sat
urday noon, Oct. 15, at a luncheon
in the Eugene Hotel, reported Karl
Onthank, executive director of the
Discussion will mainly concern
plans for Dad’s Day on Jan. 28 and
the group’s role in the Student
Rooters' Lids at Co-op
“Those women’s rooters lids
that never did make their appear
ance yesterday at the Co-op are
really there today,” Rally Board
member Beverly Buckley announ
“Any women’s living organiza
tion wishing rooters’ lids delivered
may contact me at the Delta Delta
Delta house, phone 5-1233,” she
Price of the lids is $1.50.
Union. The Dads are raising $5,000
for the building.
President Harry K. Newborn
will discuss the state of the Uni
versity and plans will be made for
raising money for the Donald M.
Erb Dad’s Scholarships.
Approximately 25 Dads are in
chided in the group of local presi
dents and executive committee
Ernest Hayeox of Portland is
president of the organization.
Vice-president is Loy Rowling of
Eugene, with Walter Kirk of
Salem serving as secretary.
OFF CAMPUS MEN
Here is your opportunity to participate in your
OWN social organization . .. the Yeomen.
Meet the other campus organiaztions through
your own. Get in on the sporting activities: Intra
murals, swimming, skiing, canoeing, desserts, dances
See you Monday, Oct. 3
7 P.M. Gerlinger Hall
always fine music
the herb widmer trio 4-5823
HERE IT IS!
The tweed suit that has been sweeping the
campus! This three-button coat has extra-broad
shoulders and full drape . . . will help conceal
“fraternity waistline.” Coat and slacks can be used
separately, and will be very useful for campus
wear. Available in Grey or
Tan . . . and only.
The cver-popular saddle shoes
in the new smoked elk shade.
The soles are of long-wearing
red rubber. Your budget will
appreciate this Penney-low
Top quality gabardine
with a hard finish that
will resist classroom
shine. Side seams smart
ly saddle-stitched. Avail
able in Blue, Grey, Tan,