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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1949)
Fijty-First Year of Publication and Service to flic University
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1,194»
n.any juncnes are suggested ror
all living organizations today, to
be prepared for the snowball wel
coming rally this noon, rally board
chairman Art Ross stated Friday
“The rally will start at Carson
Hall at 12 noon and should take
only about half an hour to pick up
the whole campus,” Ross explained.
"Men’s living organizations
.should get in touch with the
womens’ house with which they are
paired and make all arrangements,
so that everyone can be ready and
waiting in the cars when the pa
rade comes by,” the chairman
The parade route was listed in
Alpha Chi Omega and Alpha Tau
Omega; Alpha Delta Pi and Beta
Theta Pi; Alpha Gamma Delta and
Campbell Club; Alpha hall and
Alpha Omicron Pi and Chi Psi.
Alpha Phi and Delta Tau Delta;
Alpha Xi Delta and Delta Upsilon.
Ann Judson House and French
hall; Carson hall and Hunter hall,
Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha
and Phi Kappa Psi; Chi Omega and
McChesney and Merrick halls.
Delta Delta Delta and Phi Gam
ma Delta; Delta Gamma and Phi
Delta Theta; Delta Zeta and Min
turn and Phi Kappa Sigma.
Gamma hall and Nestor hall and
Pi Kappa Alpha; Gamma Phi Beta
and Omegan hall and Phi Sigma
Hendricks hall, Sigma Alpha Ep
silon, Sederstrom hall, and Pi Kap
pa Phi; Highland house and Sigma
Alpha Mu; Kappa Alpha Theta,
Sigma hall, and Sigma Chi.
Kappa Kappa Gamma and' Sig
ma Nu; Orides and Sherry Ross
hall; Pi Beta. Phi, .Stan Ray hall
and Sigma Phi Epsilon; Rebec
house and Stitzer hall.
Sigma Kappa and Tau Kappa Eu
silon; University house and Theta
Chi; Zeta Tau Alpha and Yeomen.
“It looks like the biggest Home
coming in the history of Oregon.”
That’s the comment of alumni
secretary Les Anderson, just re
turned from a trip to Salem, on
this year’s weekend celebration,
slated for Nov. 18-19.
Homecoming Chairman Willy
Dodds, first sophomore to win the
post in many years, stated his pol
icy for the event yesterday:
‘.‘As far as the kind of a Home
coming this is going to be—that
doesn’t depend on the chairman, it
depends on the students.
“The only promise I. want to
make is that every student who
wants to help will be given a good
“This isn’t a political grab bag—
it’s a great opportunity for all of
the students of the University of
Oregon to support a great team
and make friends again with a
grand bunch of alums.”
Art French, manager of the Uni
versity photo bureau, was in Los
Angeles last night taking moving
pictures of the Oregon-UCLA
All Oregon football games will
be covered by French this year.
Formerly he recorded only home
Weather . . .
Fair today and Sunday with
slightly warmer weather.
Win Streak Ends at 13
As Ducks Lose to UCLA
See Story Column 5
To 22% of Goal
Approximately 22 per cent of the
campus Community Chest goal of
$4000 had been reached by late
afternoon Friday, according to
Paul R. Washke, chairman of the
drive. The Health Service was the
second department to report a
Student solicitation is under
way, according to Brian Graves,
president of Alpha Phi Omega,
which is directing this phase of the
“Although we are holding no
dances or giving no trophies in
the campaign, we believe the stu
dents will realize they benefit di
rectly through the Community
Chest in the campus YWCA and
"S MCA, and also are helping many
House representatives will re
ceive contributions till next Thurs
day. Alpha Phi Omega members
will cover the vets’ dorms cafeteria
next Monday or Tuesday noon,
“Response has been slow in
starting,” Washke stated, “but
after faculty payday today, con
tributions should increase substan
He urges solicitors to turn in
collections daily to the Division of
Information in Johnson Hall.
Rain or shine, the. YMCA-spon
sored Freshman Men’s Timber Car
nival will be held at Moose Park on
Saturday, Oct. 1. The day’s sche
dule includes softball, football, log
rolling, other games and contests;
and a weiner roast and picnic din
In the evening the Rev. Wesley G.
Nicholson of the Congrgational
Church will speak on “Values to
Seek in College.” A program of in
door recreation will be held in the
park pavillion in event of rain.
Setting for the Timber Carnival
is Moose Park on Fern Ridge Lake
just west of Eugene. Those who
plan to attend are asked to phone
the “Y” to ensure transportation.
Cars will leave the “Y” at 1:30 and
will return at 9:30.
Hits High of 5328
Registration totaled 5328 stu
dents Friday evening with 108
completing the process Friday,
according to figures released by
Registrar Clifford L. Constance.
ALL MALE WEBFOOTS, whether shod or unshod, have been invited
to dance themselves around the campus tonight at the revived Bunion
Derby. Three Committee members are trying to coax a pair of man
less shoes, borrowed from Photographer Dean Bond, to join the fun.
From left: Donna Buse, Ann Gilienwaters, and Shirley Hilliard.
Men With Most Corns
To Win Bunion Derby Prize
A "Surprise Prize” for the men’s living organization having the
largest percentage of men visiting the greatest number of women’s
houses during tonight’s Bunion Derby has been announced by dance
chairman Flo Hansen.
The prize will be a cup awarded by the Associated Women Stu
dents, sponsors of the Bunion Derby. Men will dance at each women’s
house for fifteen minutes, at a cost of 5 cents per man. Members of
each living organization have been requested to attend the dance in a
Beginning at 8 p.m., women’s houses will open their doors for an
evening of dancing. The Bunion Derby will end at approximately 11 p.m.
Each men’s house has been given a starting-point by the Bunion
Derby committee. After leaving the starting point, they will continue
to the listed sequence of houses, dancing fifteen minutes at each. The
list of starting points and dance sequence is as follows:
House Sequence: Houses Starting:
Gamma Phi Beta... Chi Psi, Pi Kappa Phi
Alpha Phi..Beta Theta Pi
Hendricks Hall. Sigma Chi, SAE, Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma
Gerlinger Lobby (Orides).Sigma Hall, Zeta Hall
Gerlinger Sun Porch (Highland, University, Rebec).Phi Kappa Psi,
Gerlinger Annex (Alpha, Gamma, Carson Halls)
Delta Delta Delta.
Alpha Omicron Pi.
Alpha Delta Pi.
Alpha Gamma Delta...
Zeta Tau Alpha.
Alpha Chi Omega.
Pi Beta Phi.
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Kappa Alpha Theta.
Alpha Xi Delta.
Phi Sigma Kappa, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Delta Tau Delta, Theta Chi, Omega Hall
.Sherry Ross, Phi Kappa Sigma
.Phi Gamma Delta
.Nestor Hall, French Hall
.Phi Delta Theta
.-.Cherney Hall, Yeomen
.Lambda Chi Alpha, DU
To Beat UO
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 30—
(UP)—A scrappy UCLA foot-*
ball team scored tbe first major
upset of the Pacific Coast Con
ference season Friday night by
defeating a favored Oregon
Only the brilliance of Oregon’s
Earl Stelle kept the game from
being a rout as he passed for
numerous gains that kept Oregon
only a touchdown behind through
out the game.
Last night’s game ended Ore
gon’s string of 13 consecutive con
ference wins. Oddly enough, UCLA,
back in 1947 was the last league
team to beat the Ducks 24 to 7.
Credit for the outstanding run of
the game went to Oregon’s Wood
ley Lewis, who raced a kickoff back
95 yards for his team’s first score.
This was the first TD scored by
Lewis in an Oregon uniform.
Stelle completed 10 out of 12
passes for a phenominal record in '
that department. UCLA complet
ed only six out of 16 passes.
The Bruins hit paydirt first mid
way in the opening period on a 38
yard pass play from Johnson to end
Bob Wilkinson. But the crowd had
hardly settled in its seats when
Oregon’s Negro halfback Lewis
took the kickoff on his five and
raced 95 yards to a touchdown.
Johnson and fullback Cliff
Sohroeder on 12 plays in the second
period marched 61 yards, with.
Schroeder scoring. But Oregon
again came right back and on pass
es from Stelle to Halfback Johnnie
McKay marched 55 yards to score
on a 19-yard toss to McKay.
UCLA’s third touchdown of tbe
first half came when guard John
Nikcevich recovered an Oregon
fumble on his own 35. Little Ray
Nagel, who took over at tailback
for Johnson, ran and passed tbe
Bruins to the one-yard line, where
Schroeder dived over for the score.
Lewis set up Oregon’s third
touchdown in the third period
when he intercepted a UCLA pass
on the 50 and raced 30 yards. Five
plays later, fullback Bob Sanders
dived over from the three.
But Johnson teamed with re
serve halfback Hal Braly to March
76 yards in 18 plays, with Johnson
going over from the one-foot mark.
Stelle unlimbered his passing
arm and in three throws went 55
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yards with his final toss to end
Darrell Robinson good for 33 yards
and a score.
The amazing Bruins snapped
right back, with Johnson again
leading the ground drive to go 08
yards in 12 palys. Braly drove over
from the thre to score the final
fourth period touchdown.