Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 08, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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    Phi Eta Sigma
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must have a GPA of 3.5 for
their first term of college or a
3.5 accumulative GPA for the en
tire freshman year to be eligible
for Phi Eta Sigma membership.
The Oregon group has initiated 33
men since its establishment.
Purpose of the organization is to
raise the scholarship level in the
freshman class and on the campus
as a whole.
University officers are Panian,
president; Ken Rosenlof, vice-pres
ident; Daniel Domreis, treasurer;
and Bill Southwell, secretary.
“I’d ask you for this dance, but
all the cars are occupied.”
Cal HawaHans Invite
U.O. Club to Party
The Hawaiian club of the Uni
versity of California will have a
party for Oregon Hui O Kamaaina
members after the Oregon-Califor
nia football game Nov. 12.
Phi Chi Theta Pledges
Phi Chi Theta, national business
honorary, pledged nine women last
week. Scholastic ability in the
School of Business Administration
was the basis of selection.
New pledges are Jane Swint,
Virginia Drake, Frances Lowry,
Shirley Wilson, Betty Jo Carlton,
Yvonne Strine, Donna Bernhardt,
Barbara McBee, and Paula Castle.
Students Steal 'Little Big' Plan
we go again.
The famed ship’s bell, trophy
which goes to the winner of the
annual “Little Big” game between
Santa Clara and St. Mary’s, was
stolen again yesterday.
The bell was on display at the
San Francisco Press Club, where
it was being used for picture pur
poses, when a half dozen youths
rushed in, jostled onlookers and
walked out with the bell, loaded
the 500-pound trophy into their
car and careened wildly down the
street. They scraped the fender of
a parked car and then ran a red
light as Santa Clara trainer Henry
Schmidt ran for a policeman.
Santa Clara officials believe that
USF students stole the trophy in
disappointment over their defeat
by the Broncos Sunday.
The “Little Big” game is set
for next Sunday in Kezar Stadium.
Surrealism Talk Planned
Rene L. Picard, assistant pro
fessor of romance languages, will
lecture on Surrealism at the first
fall term meeting of the foreign
language department’s Journal
Club, at 8 p.m. Friday, at the Fac
ulty Club.
All faculty members and stu
dents may attend the meeting and
take part in informal discussion at
the close of the talk.
Co-ed: “Where is Elsie?”
House Mother: “I don’t know;
she went to the library.”
S. U. Plan Heard
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made, but is waiting for Physical
Plant Superintendent I. I. Wright’s
okay before going ahead.
Some funds are on hand for the
development of a millrace site for
the Junior Weekend canoe fete,
second vice president Lou Weston
reported, but they are “just a drop
in the bucket.”
Miss Weston has been working
with senior Warren Davis on the
millrace problem. Now under con
sideration is the development of an
island in the race where bleachers
could be set.
A general student cleanup day,
with all Webfoots turning out to
clear brush and clean off the space,
was proposed to develop the spot
and in addition act as a show of
confidence by University students
to townspeople and alumni who
have been active in the restoration
of the race.