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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 38, 1949
Whiskerino Set for Tonight at 8:45
Which Two Will Come Through?
TWELVE CANDIDATES for Betty Coed and Joe C allege pass in Emerald review. The election will be
climaxed tonight at the annual Sophomore Whiskcrino. “Joe” finalists in the top row, from left, Bill
Kirkpatrick, Dick Lee, and Rog Middleton. Second row, from left, Bob Gray, Duncan Liston, and Bill
Clausen. Women vying for the Betty Coed honor include, top row, from left, Helen Simpson, Anita
Frost, and Betty Boner. Second row, from left, Kathy Newman, Barbara "Bates, and Janice Schneider.
Six Candidates for Hostess Named;
Voting Slated Next Week in Co-op
Six finalists for Homecoming
Hostess were selected from a group
of 26 candidates last night. They
will be introduced tonight at in
termission of the Whiskerino
The six are Carol Bartel, Delta
Delta Delta; Barbara Buddenha
gen, Gamma Phi Beta; Grace Hoff
man, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mar
guerite Johns, Delta Gamma;
Coral Kneeland, Pi Beta Phi; and
Janet Morrison, Chi Omega.
VOTING NEXT WEEK
Voting by students to select the
Hostess will be held Nov. 1 and 2
in the Co-op. The winner will be
announced at the Washington
game next Friday in Portland,
says Stan Turnbull, selection chair
Judges selected the finalists
from among representatives of
each women’s living organization.
Judging criteria, weighted equally,
were poise, appearance, and ability
to talk effectively.
Two students, three faculty
members, and two downtown busi
ness people served as judges.
They were Art Johnson, ASUO
president; Marie Lombard, AWS
president; Mrs. Margaret Logan,
instructor in physical education;
Lyle Nelson, director of informa
tion; Clifford Weigle, dean of the
School of Journalism, Mrs. Mabel
Barlow, of Miller’s department
store; and Bill Russell, of Russell’s
Pictures of the six finalists will
be posted in the Co-op Monday and
will remain there during voting
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Welcoming Planned on Sunday
A welcoming' rally has been set
for Sunday at 3 p.m. to greet the
Oregon football team home" from
its Iowa trip.
Sound equipment will rout out
living organizations to start off
for the Eugene airport, where the
Duck plane is due at 3:30 p.m.
Although houses will not be
paired for this rally, Art Ross,
rally board chairman, Thursday
expressed hopes for big turnout.
Betty, Joe to be Selected;
Les Brown Band Entertains
"Stubble Stumble” will begin tonight at 8:45 as Les Brown
bnngs his "hand of renown” to the annual Sophomore Whisker
ino at McArthur Court.
Announcement of Betty Coed and Joe College winners will
he an intermission feature. This will be held at 11 p.m. along with
the presentation of a cup to the sophomore with the best looking
beard. Mac Court will be decorated with pictures of bewhiskered
hillbillies. . ____
Betty Coed and Joe College will
be selected from the 12 finalists
by votes of those attending the
dance. Votes must be cast by 10
p.m„ according to Dick McLaugh
lin, general dance chairman and
master of ceremonies.
Votes will be cast from ticket
stubs which have four ballots
Betty and Joe each will receive
a rotating cup from the sophomore
class, and sweaters from Kaufmans
and Joe Richards, Eugene clothiers.
Sophomores in the beard con
test are requested to register
upon entering Mac Court. A booth
will be near the door in the court.
Judging will be by applause and
the winner will get a free shave
on stage by Charlie Eliott, Eugene
Skull and Dagger, sophomore
honorary, will give the winner a
rotating cup, engraved “Stubble
(Please turn to page eight)
U.O. May Issue
Possibility of having grade
school teaching certificates issued
from the University of Oregon is
being investigated this week by a
committee appointed at the first
meeting, of the Oregon Education
At present, graduates of the
University’s Education School must
attend Monmouth College for 12
term hours to obtain an emergency
elementary teaching certificate.
REPORT NOV. 10
Committee members are:
Isabelle Lowry, Marilyn Daniels,
Ann Cuthbert, and Ward Sybouts,
all students of the Education
School. They will report their find
ings at the next meeting Nov. 10.
Need of additional training facil
ities at the University for future
teachers was second on the agenda.
The department lacks visual aids,
blackboards, and even double
Harold Kirk was appointed
chairman of this committee. Serv
ing with him are Elizabeth Sanders
and Wayne Story.
Officers for the 1949-50 OEA of
Future Teachers were elected.
President is Richard Logan; vice
president and program chairman,
Howard Bailey; secretary-treas
urer, Ann Cuthbert.
The University Extension Divi
sion today will be moved to new
quarters at last year's YMCA
building, H. D. Jacoby, assistant
superintendent of the Physical
The present Extension building
will be moved or torn down soon to
make room for the new Science
building on University avenue.
Completely remodeled, the new
extension building will contain
three private offices and two large
work areas on the first floor and
a library and archives on the
I second floor.
To Cast Ballots
In Lane County
Approximately 450 University
students who registered to vote
in Lane county have been found in
eligible, L. M. Wadman, head of
the Lane county election depart^
ment, reported Thursday.
These students, Wadman stated,
are not permanent residents of this
county and are therefore not eli
gible to vote in any city or county
MAY STILL VOTE
The students gave University or
Eugene addresses as their tempor
ary residence and declared out-of
county addresses as their perma
nent residence, he said. They may
vote only in their home county,
directly, or with the absentee bal
However, any student may reg
ister here if he intends to make
his permanent home in Lane
county and has been a resident at
least 30 days prior to an election.
Wadman also emphasized that
residents will have to re-register if
they have changed their address,
political party, or name, or have
not voted in an election during tho
previous two years.
The significance of student vot
ers was illustrated ten years ago
when a bond issue came before the
city. The issue was passed but was
immediately contested and thrown
out when it was learned that nearly
a thousand students participating
in the election were ineligible to
Sells Four Articles
Within One Week
Bob Karolevifz, graduate stu
dent in journalism, has received
notice of acceptance of four mag
azine articles in one week.
Two were sold the first time
they were submitted. An article
on how Bill Bowerman, Oregon,
track coach, is following in the
footsteps of the late Col. Bill
Hayward was purchased by Sport
vue, a monthly published in Day
GRID SYSTEM ARTICLE
Public Works, engineering jour
nal in New York, took a story on
the Eugene grid system.
The other two were personal
Western Family, Hollywood, is
printing the true story of how a
comic book was responsible for
upsetting the plans of a judo stunt.
Our Navy, Brooklyn, accepted
the story of an experience Karole
vitz had in Japan.
BOMBS, FRYING PANS
Incendiary bombs located in a
Japanese factory aroused suspi
cion, but it developed that they
were being processed into frying
Karolevitz received approxi
mately $100 for the stories.