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Fifty-First Year of Publication and Service to the Univcrsitv
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12,1949
Yearbook Wins Top Rating
Highland House Prexy Elected
Head of Western Co-op League
Sopliomore men will put away
their razors starting Monday in
preparation for the Sophomore
Whiskerino, Oct. 28.
Men having 45 to 93 hours are
required to grow beards, according
to Vern Beard, chairman of the
beard - growing contest. Beard
growing will be enforced by Skull
and Dagger membbers.
Committee heads are:
Lillian Schott, tickets and pro
grams; Joanne Hewitt, clean-up;
Delores Kletzing, chaperones; Jack
Smith, entertainment; Marv Hamp
ton, promotion; and Vern Beard,
sub-chairman heading beard grow
ing contest; Carol Udy, publicity.
Shirley Dalton ,decorations; and
co-chairmen, Jeanne Hoffman and
Tom White, Betty Coed and Joe
College selection. There will be a
meeting of these chairmen today
at 4 p.m. at the Alpha Phi house.
Les Brown and his orchestra
have been signed for the Whisker
ino, which is staged annually at
McArthur Court. One a.m. closing
hours have been granted for this
first all-campus dance of fall term.
The ISA Dance will be held Fri
day night, 9 till 12 instead of Sat
urday as stated in yesterday's Em
“* Lilly Kearney, senior in psych
ology and president of Highland
House, was elected president of the
Pacific Coast Student Cooperative
League at a conference in Berkeley
Calif, last summer.
The League is comprised of co
operative houses in Oregon, Wash
ington, and California.
A graduate of Franklin High
School in Portland, Miss Kearney
has attended the University for the
past three years, living in High
land House during that time.
This year the University will he
educational headquarters for the
League. Nine women from the
three campus cooperatives will
compile information obtained from
other Universities concerning the
education of members to coopera
tive life and send this material to
UCLA for publication.
The board metieng of the League
will be held on the University cam
pus in December.
For Portland Rally
Gay Baldwin, junior, was named
chairman of entertainment for the
Portland rally Nov. 4 at last night’s
rally board meeting.
Baldwin has had considerable
experience in arranging for pro
grams, including entertainment for
the combination millrace-Idaho
game rally held recently.
The Portland rally has been def
initely scheduled for the Para
Cop Pays Fine
It was an oft experienced situ
ation for Jens Jensen, campus
policeman, Monday night, but
tliis time in reverse.
Parking his car on 13th street,
while he let Bob Twecdell of the
Emerald into Johnson Hall base
ment where the teletype machine
is kept, Mr. Jensen discovered a
parking ticket, courtesy of the
Eugene police department, when
he returned 10 minutes later.
“I guess I deserved it,” he
said, and chuckled despite the
fact that he had already paid his
Six Cases Heard
By Traffic Court
Six cases were heard, $5 in fines
collected, and one case dismissed
in last night’s session of the ASUO
student traffic court.
It was Carl Davis’ last night as
chairman of the court. Dick Neely
succeeds Davis at the group’s next
regular session, Tuesday, Oct. 19.
Steve Church will continue on the
court as recorded, and the sopho
more representative to be appoint
ed by the Executive Council next
Monday will complete the board.
Several offenders summoned by
the court failed to appear last
night. If these students are found
guilty, the usual fine will be doubl
ed. In case of repeated non-appear
ance, cases will be turned over to
the Office of Student Affairs for
appropriate disciplinary action.
Students who did not appear last
night should either post bail at the
Office of Student Affairs or pre
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Women Pick Up Men Friday
For Colorado Football Rally
Reversing the procedure found
so successful in the UCLA wel
come rally, women’s living organi
zations will pick up men’s houses
to join in a pregame rally Friday
night at McArthur Court.
“Here’s a chance for women’s
houses to reciprocate for the grand
turnout men’s organizations helped
get for the UCLA rally," rally
board chairman Art Ross said yes
About 2500 Webfoot rooters at
tended the rally, Oct. 1.
The pairings used before will
hold good for Friday’s rally, Ross
Women’s groups will go on foot
to men’s houses, picking them up
and joining the rest of the rooters
at McArthur Court, 7:45 p.m.
There will be no parade.
Ross urged that social chairmen
of women’s living organizations
paired with more than one men’s
house contact the men’s social
chairman to make arrangements.
He suggested that such houses
assign certain groups of girls to
certain men’s organizations to
Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Tau
Omega; Alpha Delta Pi, Beta The
ta Pi; Alpha Gamma Delta, Camp
Remaining tickets for the Calif -
ornia-Oregon game at Berkeley
Nov. 12 are still on sale at the tick
et office in McArthur Court.
The tickets, at $1.25 each, may
only be obtained if student athletic
card is presented at the time of
Sales will close Friday.
bell Club; Alpha Hall, Cherney
Alpha Omicron Pi, Chi Psi; Al
pha Phi, Delta Tau Delta; Alpha
Xi Delta, Delta Upsilon.
Ann Judson House, French Hall;
Carson Hall, Hunter Hall, Kappa
Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi
Kappa Psi; Chi Omega, McChesney
Hall, Merrick Hall.
Delta Delta Delta, Phi Gamma
Delta; Delta Gamma, Phi Delta
Theta; Delta Zeta, Minturn Hall,
Phi Kappa Sigma.
Gamma Phi Beta, Omega Hall,
Phi Sigma Kappa; Hendricks Hall,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sederstrom
Hall, Pi Kappa Phi; Highland
House, Sigma Alpha Hu.
Kappa Alpha Theta, Sigma Hall,
Sigma Chi; Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Sigma Nu; Orides, Sherry Ross
Hall; Pi Beta Phi, Stan Ray Hall,
Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Rebec House, Stitzer Hall; Sig
ma Kappa, Tau Kappa Epsilon;
University House, Theta Chi; Zeta
Tau Alpha, Yeomen.
At the UCLA rally, Pi Kappa
Alpha and Nestor Hall were paired
with Gamma Hall, than a women’s
living group. Since women have
been moved from Gamma to Car
son and men moved into Gamma,
pairings for these groups have not
yet been determined.
These new pairings will be list
ed in tomorrow’s Emerald.
All American Award
Won Thirteenth Time
To Set New Record
News of tlie thirteenth All-American Oregana award in four
teen years of competition was received yesterday by the staff of
that publication. The award for the 1949 Oregana, edited by
I rudi Chernis, was made by the University of Minnesota’s Na
tional Scholastic Press Association.
“In winning this award," stated present Oregana Editor Lar
ry Davidson, the Oregana has established a record unequalled
Tonight at Park;
Late Per Given
If tonight's performance of Tex
Beneke and his orchestra at Wil
lamette Park proves a success,
there is a possibility that Lena
Horne, Russ Morgan, Spike Jones,
and other top entertainers will
appear in Eugene.
That’s the belief of Roy Malos
of the Eugene Exchange Club,
which sponsbrs the event.
Other programs sponsored by
the Exchange Club, still in its first
year, have been highly successful.
Examples are the high school
football jamboree and this sum
Table reservations will not be
accepted at Willamette Park for
tonight’s Tex Beneke perform
ance. Tickets are on sale down
town and will be sold at the door,
with admission on a first-come
first-serve basis. Doors open at
8 p. m., with music starting at 9
mer’s Horace Heicit show, which
filled McArthur Court.
Proceeds of the Beneke show will
go toward a proposed rehabilita
tion center for the children of Eu
University women who have a
2.00 accumulative GPA and did
not go below a 2.00 last spring
term have been granted 12 mid
night late premission tonight by
the faculty and student affairs
Student tickets, at $1 per single
admission, are on sale at Thomp
son’s music store and .the Radio
Lab, Uth Ave. E. Capacity of Wil
lamette Park is about 2500 persons.
Beneke’s show features the
Moonlight Serenaders, Jack Spar
ling, and Buddy Yeager. Such all
time favorites as “Ida,” “Moon
light Serenade,” and "Tuxedo Junc
tion” are high on the orchestra’s
list of requests.
Rally Lid Commitee
Since the shipment of rooters’
lids has been unavoidably delayed,
no committee will be named at
present for their sales, chairman
Beverly Buckley announced last
by any other American college
or university, regardless of
'I'lie National Scholastic Press
Association rates yearbooks ac
cording to makeup, coverage of
campus, lithography, and art
work, etc. The majority of this
year’s Oregana ratings were excel
lent, with superior ratings for work
in the schools section and for cam
EDITOll NOW AT CAL
Miss Chemis, editor of the 1949
edition, is now employed by the
medical center of the University cf
California. Business manager of
the publication was Olga Yevtieb;
Jim Sanders was advertising man
ager, and Larry Davidson was man
Miss Yevtich now holds a posi
tion with the Student Union, while
Sanders and Davidson are business
manager and editor of the 1950 edi
Associate editors were Dorothy
Orr, Margie Peterson, and Dick Ol
son. Lithography was done by Ir
win-Hobson Co. of Portland, while
color work was contracted to Bush
ong and Co., also of Portland. Shel
ton-Turnbull-Fuller of Eugene did
Art French of the University
Photographic Bureau was in charge
of all photography, except individu
al house pictures, which were done
by local Kennel-Ellis studio.
Orcganas have won All-Ameri
can classifications £very year out
of the past fourteen except 1938,
when the book won a first-class
award. In 1936 the Oregana was
given an All-American Pacemaker
award for particular excellence in
the yearbook field.
The All-American judges were
particularly impressed with the
cover of the 1949 Oregana. "Again,
the Oregana boasts a beautiful and
distinctive cover” was their com
New Rally Duke
Dave Callahan, freshman in pre
journalism, was named rally duke,
on the Oregon squad at yesterday
Callahan hails from Hollywood
High School, California, where he
was yell king for two years. He is
17 years old.
The new duke was chosen from
a field of five to replace Alan.