More Rains Due Cloudy overcasts with intermit tent rains was the forecast for today made by the Weather Bur eau. High predicted for today was 38 degrees and low, 32 degrees. Approximately one inch of rain fell here Thursday. High was 39 degrees and low 34. VOLUME LI UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1950 NUMBER 67 'Rush' Compromise Reached Frosh Nominees Picked; Paillette, Denning Win AGS Nominates Wilkes for Secretary Don Denning, Beta Theta Pi, and Jackie Wilkes, Sigma Kappa, were nominated by the Associated Greeks Students for ASUO fresh man class officers at a meeting of AGS representatives Thursday. *+ Denning was awarded the nomi nation for the freshman presidency on the third ballot, defeating Bill Deland, runner-up candidate, by 10 votes. Miss Wilkes won the party nom ination for second position by 15 votes over Twila Kevin, Alpha Gamma Delta, who opposed her on the last ballot. Seeking the nomination were Agnes Friedle, Elaine Hartung, Susie Seeley, Jim Haycox, Mike Lally, Don Nerass, Miss Wilkes, Miss Kevin, Deland, and Denning. No nominations were made from the floor. Helen Jackson Cops USA's Second Spot Don Paillette, Campbell Club, and Helen Jackson, Highland House, will be United Students Association candidates for ASUO freshman officers in the forth coming Frosh elections Feb. 6. Paillette received the number one nomination on the third ballot, closing out Herb Cook, runner-up candidate, by 53 votes. Miss Jackson was named candi date for the number two position over Marilyn Holcomb, whom she defeated by 23 votes on the fourth ballot. Candidates seeking the patty nominations were Betty Moshof sky, Margaret Powne, Ernestine Schulenberg, Miss Holcomb, Miss Jackson, Jerry Kelly, Richard Mc Daniel, Paillette, Cook, and Fred Baltz, who was nominated from the floor. Cleanup Competition Begins Today at 3:30 The third major Dads’ Day contest gets under way today at 3 :30 when paired living organi zations begin the campus clean up competition. A map of areas to be tidied and pairings appear on page 6 of today’s Emerald. The contest will end at 4:30 and judging will begin at 5. Workers will pile rubbish at curbs for dis posal by the Physical Plant. ^ Sign contest judging, scheduled for this afternoon, has been post poned until 11 a.m. to 12 noon tomorrow. Contest Chairman Nan cy Kuhnhausen explained Thurs day that it is feared inclement weather may damage the signs before the fathers are able to see them Saturday. The theme this year is “Dad—Oregon’s Man of the Half-Century.’’ Records Donated Prizes for the winning cleanup pairings will be record albums do nated by Graves Music Company and the Radio Laboratory, Clean up Chairman Nancy Pollard an nounced. Delta Delta Delta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon were winners of the first contest, the letter to Dad race held last Thursday. The Dads’ Day Hostess contest enters the final stages Saturday, when, for the first time, Oregon Dads will choose their own hostess from a trio of finalists, Bobbie Bagley Chambers, Harriet McGill O’Toole, and Joanne Johnson Thompson. Pictures Displayed Pictures of the finalists, donated by Kennell-Ellis studios, will be on display at Dads’ registration booths Saturday and in the Co-op ! for the benefit of students. Sign costs must not exceed $10, and signs must be two-dimensional without movable parts. Minard Stout Named Speaker At Education Conference Over 100 Oregon educators will be on the campus Saturday for the conference sponsored by the University School of Educa tion. Minard W. Stout, principal of the University High School in Minneapolis, Minn., and .pro fessor of education at the Uni versity of Minnesota, will be principal speaker. “Recent Trends in Extracurricu lar Activities,” will be Stout’s sub ject at the morning session. Presi dent Harry K. Newburn will give the welcoming address. Stout has written a number of articles on extra-curricular activi ties for the School Review, the Bulletin of the National Associa tion of Secondary School Princi (Please turn to page eight) Walden Quartet Gives Concert The Walden String Quartet, re cently returned from a concert tour of Germany, will present a concert in the School of Music Auditorium Feb. 5 at 4 p.m. The quartet has played concert tours throughout the United States and has given 75 broadcasts over radio networks. DADS’ DAY Awards Chairman Herb Nill and Registration Chairman Eleanor Johns examine the new J. C. F. Merrifield trophy which replaces the A. W. Norblad trophy for the living organization with the highest percentage of fathers registered lor Dads’ Day. Other trophies include the Freshman Dads Cup and the Silver Coffee Set, awarded for second place in the total competition. 'Dimes' Hop Tonight Features Four Acts; Tickets Now on Sale Four acts performed by Univer sity students will entertain stu dents and townspeople during in termission at the March of Dimes benefit dance tonight at Willam ette Park. The dance starts after the Oregon-Washington basketball game. “Daughter Sue,” a costumed comedy skit, will be presented by five coeds. Performers are Donna Mary Brennan, Kloh-Ann Mayer, Carolyn Parker, Nancy Gavcney, and Leslie Tooze. Fiddle, Banjo Music Dancers will hear fiddle and banjo music rendered by a two some comprised of Con Sheffer and Jerry Crary, and songs by Joy Grimstad. Bob Gray and his Swedish dia lect will also appear with his imi tation of Yogi Jorgenson. Students and Eugene residents will dance to the music of Johnny Lusk and his band. Campus clothes will be in order. $1 Admission Admission price will be $1 a person, with all proceeds going to the March of Dimes fund. Tickets may be purchased in the Co-op and from representatives in men’s living organizations. Award of an album of records to the living organization buying the most tickets will also be made dur ing intermission. Goodman Receives Position on Bocrd Anne Goodman, junior in jour nalism, was recently appointed to the Publications Board by ASUO President Art Johnson. Miss Goodman replaces Anita Holmes who resigned to accept a position in Washington, D.C. Miss Goodman is co-news editoi of the Emerald, a member of Phi Theta Upsilon, junior women's honorary; Theta Sigma Phi, jour nalism honorary; treasurer of the junior class; and secretary-treas urer of Hendricks Hall. IFC, IDC Put Emphasis On Loyalty By DON SMITH A major hug; was taken out ot* llie deferred living plan last night by the Inter-Fraternity Council and the Inter-Dormi tory Council, which voted to go along with a proposal to keep hreshmen loyalties in dormi tories until the sixth week ot winter term, 1951. The proposal—which had been recommended by a student de ferred living committee formed by ASUO President Art Johnson and consisting of independent and Greek letter students—was adop ted unanimously by the IDC and the IFC at separate meetings. These are the basic policies of the proposal which will affect male students: 1) IFC will determine rushing regulations. 2) There will be no pledging until the first part of winter term. 3) In the event of conflicting social activities the freshmen will (Please turn to fiai/e eiqht) Dads' Day Program Explained Students holding Dads’ Day lun cheon tickets which they do not plan to use Saturday were urged Thursday to turn them, into the graduate placement office, Emer ald Hall. Money will be refunded on tick ets returned before the luncheon, Dads Executive Secretary Karl W, Onthank said. Mail orders received after Thurs day will not be filled since all tickets have been sold, Onthank explained. These names have been placed on a waiting list to be re duced by returned tickets. To Air Program Short silks and suits for women will be in order for the luncheon, slated for 12 noon Saturday at John Straub Hall. Oregon Gover nor Douglas McKay and Univer sity President Harry K. Newburn will be the principal speakers. The program will be aired over KOAC, Corvallis, and KERG, Eu gene, from 12:45 to 2 p.m. The annual business meeting of Oregon Dads will be held at 2:15 in the Guild Theater, Johnson Hall. Campus Tours Planned Following the session will be campus tours, conducted in groups or informally on a father-student basis. Guides for the organized tour, starting from Johnson Hall, will be members of Phi Theta Upsilon, junior women’s honorary, and ®kull and Dagger, sophomore men’s honorary. New campus construction to be viewed by visiting Dads will in clude the Erb Memorial Union (outside only), Carson Hall, the University Theater, the library ad dition, and the new music school building. Carson Hall Schedule j Carson Hall will be open from 3:30 to 5 p.m. only, Hospitality Co-Chairman Anne Case an nounced. Girls on hand at Carson will conduct tours to the fifth floor, unit A, only, Dormitory President Cherry Taylor stated.