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Ducks vs. Huskies
Fifty-First Year of Publication and Service to the University
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER!, 1949
Ducks vs. Huskies
Ducks vs. Huskies
'Good Time' Ducks
Headed for Big City
The general exodus from Eugene begins today as eager Web
foots start rolling north for their annual Portland weekend.
Rallies, alumni parties, and dances are scheduled for the ac
tion-packed two days in the Rose City, climaxed by Saturday’s
Oregon-Washington game at Multnomah Stadium. Railroad and
bus lines are pressing extra equipment into service to take care
of the mass migration.
Tonight’s pregame rally, slated for the Paramount Theater
at 8 p. m., will uncork the week
end’s festivities. Oregon root
ers will see 45 minutes of camp
us talent entertainment plus a
top Hollywood hit, “Pinky.”
For early arrivals, a half hour of
football shorts will go on the
Paramount screen at 7:30.
This year’s Homecoming Hostess
will be introduced at the rally by
program chairman Gay Baldwin.
Tickets to the rally, at 85 cents
^each, will be on sale until 10 a.m.
today. Twenty per cent of the net
take on all tickets sold on the cam
pus will be refunded to the rally
board for use in a flashcard fund.
Free passes to a later Paramount
attraction will be given to each
member of the living organization
buying the highest percentage of
POMPOMS BY BERG
White-uniformed Kwamas will
hand out free pompoms and mega
phones at Charles F. Berg's in
Portland Saturday from 9:30 a.m.
Last year’s 1000 pompoms do
nated by the Portland merchant
went so fast that the firm plans
For Portland Game
Light showers for the Portland
game. That’s the Weather Bureau’s
prediction for Saturday.
A storm headed toward Portland
is moving slowly, so that heavy
rain is not likely, forecasters said
But game-goers can expect
clouds and a little dampness at
Multnomah Stadium, when the
Ducks meet the University of
to give out more this year, accord
ing to Berg College Board member
BAND AX BERG’S
Director John Stehn and the
University of Oregon band will
play at Berg’s between 10 and
10:30 a.m. Yell King Jim Crismon
and the rally squad will lead yells
to add spirit.
Halftime entertainment at the
game will include drills by the Ore
gon band, and the Homecoming
Hostess will be reintroduced.
Leading off the weekend’s rally
dances will be a celebration with
reduced student prices at Mc
Elroy’s Ballroom . after tonight's
rally, beginning at 9 p.m.
Saturday night an Oregon rally
dance is scheduled for the Palais
Royal and another after-game ral
ly dance at Jantzen Beach. Oregon
and Washington students may at
tend the Jantzen affair for SI a
couple to dance to the music of
Freddie Keller and his band.
Alum activities will get under
way with a pre-game party at the
Multnomah Hotel Assembly Room
tonight, 6 to 10 p.m. The event is
sponsored by the Portland Alumni
Club, with Morris Rotenberg, '35,
chairman. All Oregon alumni are
Early-rising alums will attend
the annual Duck Club breakfast at
the Multnomah Hotel, 8:30 Satur
day morning. Open to all alumni,
the meal is put on by the Duck
Club, a Portland athletic booster
To accomodate the rush of stu
dents descending on Portland for
the weekend, local bus links and
the Southern Pacific have extra
equipment waiting for the rush.
First of Term's Three
Today’s 16-page issue of the
Emerald is the first of three
special editions planned for fall
term, 1949. No Emerald will be
published tomorrow morning due
to the general student exodus to
In addition, the new Oregon
Daily Emerald nameplate is be
ing used for the first time on
To Clash Tomorrow
Two keyed-up football machines, both also-rans in the PCC
title race but determined to win tomorrow, swing into action
Saturday at 2 p.m. in Portland's Multnomah Stadium.
Jim Aiken s Oregon \\ ebfoots and the University of Wash
ington Huskies meet in what may be a high-scoring offensive.
snow, .wore man au.uuu lans are
exjjected lo fill the ancient sta
After three defeats this sea
son. including two conference
set-backs, the Ducks aren’t
rated as heavy favorites. Oregon
won last year's Washington game,
13-7 in Seattle.
HUSKIES LEAD SERIES
The two teams have played 41
games, with Washington holding
a 20-17 win edge. Four contests
ended in a tie score. Total points
scored favor the Huskies 401 to
Several Oregon first-stringers,
including Guard Ed Chrobot, are
on the doubtful list because of in
juries. Aiken’s starting lineup will
not be known until game time.
Earl Stelle and Jim Calderwood
will alternate at quarterback, with
Bob Sanders, George Bell, John
McKay and Woodley Lewis all
slated for backfield action.
Husky Coach Howie Odell dir-,
ects a dangerous ball team, built
around Fullback Hugh McElhenny
and Don Heinrich at quarterback.
Washington has won only one
Tomorrow in Portland
Votes for Homecoming; Host
ess were counted Thursday
The Hostess will be announced
tonight at the rally in the Para
mount Theater. Her introduction
by Gay Baldwin, master of cere
monies, will be first event of the
rally, which starts at 8.
The Hostess will also be intro
duced to spectators at halftime
of the Oregon-Washington game
Saturday in Multnomah Stadi
Ticket Pick-up Today
Unsold Paramount rally tick
ets and money for those sold will
be picked up at living organiza
tions today between 8 and 10
game so far this season, and may
concentrate on passes to win Sat
This will be Oregon’s first game
in home territory since losing two
straight to USC in Los Angeles
and to Iowa at Iowa City.
The Duck squad* entrains for
Portland Saturday morning, arriv
ing a few hours before game time.
“Portland Extravaganza" Chair
man Gay Baldwin Thursday re
leased the complete list of enter
tainers for tonight's rally at tie
Paramount Theater, 8 p.m.
Campus talent will include a bat
tery of ukeleles, Gay Norton, Fred
Schneiter, Jerry Crary, and A1
Harder, and violinist Con Sheffer,
furnishing background music. Joy
Grimstad will sing, “I’fn Just a
Girl Who Can't Say No,” hit from
the show “Oklahoma.”
Crary and Sheffer will present
one of their uke-fiddle routines;
Dick Barber and Jack Dalk will
sing “I’m Forever Blowing Bub
bles,” bop style.
College life will be kidded by
Alpha Chi Omegas Judy Rowe,
Helen Hyche, Rosie Vaught, Betty
Jo Bucklin, Marian Brown, Jean
ette Houf, Marilyn Mitchell, and
Delta Ducklings Margot Spang
ler, Elizabeth Erlandson, Phyllis
Higginbotham, and Barbara Hen
ton will join Kappa Sigmas Hass
Haight, Dick Shirley, Harry Ges
ter, and ATO Bill Monroe in bar
Presenting a song and dance
routine will be Kappa Kappa Gam
mas Georgie Balaam, Mary Dun
son, Joanne Gary, Betty and Mari
lyn Hillman, Barbara Needham,
Emily West, and Eva Moore.
“Hellzapoppin” describes the do
ings of Bob Nelson, Bill Lance, Bill
Harber, and Rod Bright.
Puddles and Donald Old Friends
PUDDLES THE DUCK and his more-famous counterpart Donald, of
the comic strip Ducks, seem to be getting along famously after
formal introduction. The Oregon mascot will be in Portland Saturday,
when the YVebfoots meet the Washington Huskies in Portland.