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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1950)
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with outside work are presented,
showing students how they may
divide time between classes, work
ing hours, study, and recreation.
"Study regularly—a 11 e n d all
classes,” and "Keep accurate and
complete notes,” advise the next
two tips. A sheet of neat, well
kept notes is flashed on the screen
at this time.
The series advises students to
"Know your professors” and to
"Take examinations on an honor
basis.” The accompanying talk
stresses the idea that students who
depend on cheating in their fresh
man year seldom are able to com
plete three more years of school
Pictures of the infirmary and
intramural sports advise students
to “Keep in good health.” "Devel
op your technique for studying
effectively,” is the last final tip
in the series.
Fogdall will show the series
upon request to members of any
men’s campus living organization.
Three are already scheduled for
Outing Club Plans Hike
A surprise hike is planned to
take the place of the scheduled
outing club bicycle trip today.
The hike, destination unknown,
will begin at 12:30. Due to un
certain weather the bicycle trip
was canceled in favor of the hike.
Any woman student may partici
An optometrist says blue or
violet lights stop headaches. Red
lights have a habit of causing
FOR SALE—5 stamp-vending ma
chines, 3 placed on campus, ph.
FOR SALE—1937 Ford cpe. New
motor, clutch, brakes and tires,
good paint. Perry Montgomery,
Ext. 323. G9
WANTED—Radios, dead or ailing,
to be repaired by Endicott’s
Radio Service, 871 E. 13th, dial
FOR SALE—1939 Royal deluxe
portable typewriter. Excellent
condition, $39.50. Maihie Chan,
Ext. 483. 67
LOST—Delta Zeta sorority pin,
owner’s name on back. Finder
please phone 4-6021. 69
Chambers, OToole, Thompson Vie
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that she has grown at least a half
Mr. and Mrs. Chambers, who live
in a campus apartment, list can
asta as one of their favorite pas
times and often have canasta par
ties with other young married
couples. Bobbie says she also en
joys her housework—and likes to
cook, especially mince-meat pie.
As for being one of the finalists
for hostess, Bobbie was slightly
surprised, since she did not know
her picture had been turned in
Gracious Mrs. JoAnne Johnsqn
Thompson has all the prerequisites
for a Dads’ Day Hostess.
Besides being a charming five
feet eight inches tall, with dark
brown hair, blue eyes, and a slim
125 pounds, she can cook and sew.
When interviewed she was wear
ing a trim gray suit she had made
herself. Now she is in the process
of making curtains for their new
"Chocolate fudge bars are my
specialty in the kitchen,” she says.
Husband Fred agrees that it’s a
recipe that never fails.
JoAnne gained much of her do
mestic ability by majoring in home
economics at Oregon State Col
lege, where she was graduated in
June, 1949. She was married last
August, and her husband is now
majoring in business administra
tion at Oregon.
At Oregon State, where she was
a member of Delta Delta Delta
sorority, Mrs. Thompson was es
pecially active in music groups. A
member of Madrigal, women’s
chorus, and Euterpe, music honor
ary, JoAnne both sings and plays
In the summer of 1947, JoAnne
was a member of the Meier and
Frank College Board, which she
says "was loads of fun.” Another
top event for her is skiing, mostly
at Anthony Lakes near North
Powder, where she used to live.
Newcomer to the Oregon cam
pus is brown-eyed Mrs. Harriet
McGill O’Toole, who came to the
University this term from Cor
vallis, where her husband attended
Harriet, who graces her five
feet, nine inches with dark brown
hair and an even smile, is a for
mer Rose Festival princess from
Franklin high school in Portland.
Married last August, Harriet
claims “cooking new things for my
husband” as her hobby. “His re
action varies,” she smiles.
As a former Oregon Stater, Har
riet revealed that she is impressed
with the friendly atmosphere of
the Oregon campus. Commenting
on Webfoot hospitality, she re
called an incident when two Ore
gon men from a class she attended
with her husband spoke to her
downtown, remembering her from
When asked whether they knew
she was married, she laughed, “I
honestly don’t know.”
Harriet, who was unaware that
her husband entered her name for
Dads’ Day Hostess until called by
Chairman Dick Lee, comments
that she is “happy it all happened,
“It’s a grand opportunity for
campus wives to know more stu
dents on the campus and enter
student activities,” she said.
Show Goes On Despite Weather
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judged between 11 a.m. and 12
noon. A trophy will be presented
to the first place winner.
Students will escort Dads to the
annual luncheon, slated for 12
noon at John Straub Hall. Oregon
Governor Douglas McKay and Uni
versity President Harry K. New
burn will be the principal speak
Tables will be decorated with
cedar given by the Eugene Gard
Short silks and suits are in order
for women at the luncheon. The
program will be broadcast over
KERG, Eugepe, and KOAC, Cor
vallis, from 12:45 to 2 p.m.
Election of officers and yearly
business will be transacted at the
annual Oregon Dads meeting, 2:15
p.m. in the Guild Theater, Johnson
Tours of new campus construc
tion will be conducted by members
of Phi Theta Upsilon, junior wom
en’s honorary, and Skull and Dag
ger, sophomore men’s honorary,
after the business meeting.
Individual students may conduct
their own fathers about the Uni
versity, Hospitality Co-chairman
Anne Case has announced. Rec
ommended sites for visitors are
the outside of the Erb Memorial
Union, the University Theater, the
library addition, the new music
building, and Carson Hall.
Carson will be open from 3:30 to
5 p.m. for tours to the fifth floor,
Unit A, only. Guides will be pro
vided in the dormitory.
Eight p.m. will see the Oregon
Washington basketball game
played in McArthur Court. Tickets
for the game may be purchased by
Dads at registration booths; they
may sit with sons and daughters
or by themselves in special sec
tions at the Igloo.
Halftime entertainment will in
clude the introduction of the new
Oregon Dads’ President and the
Dads’ Day Hostess by Basketball
Game Chairman Eddie Artzt. The
Hostess’ corsage will be donated
by the Eugene Flower Home.
To Announce Winners
The Hostess will announce the
winners of the sign, registration,
letter writing, and cleanup con
tests, if the latter is held.
Oregon polevaulters George Ras
mussen, Northern Division cham
pion, Lloyd Hickock, and Don
Amphibians, women’s swim hon
orary, will not install new pledges
this term, Barbara Ebeling, presi
Members of Amphibians will be
willing to help students perfect
their swimming skills. A list of
Amphibians is posted on the hon
orary’s bulletin board in Gerlinger.
Anyone wishing help is urged to
contact a member.
Pickens will perform during the
Open house and entertainment
is being planned for Dads by many
campus living groups after the
Sunday’s events will include
special Dads’ Day services at Eu
gene churches. The weekend will
be topped off by dinner with sons
and daughters, in living organiza
tions or elsewhere.
For Summer Course
The drama department at Lewis
and Clark College, Portland, has
announced ten full-tuition scholar
ships will be offered for the first
summmer theater of modern class
ics to run June 12 through Aug. 11
on the Lewis and Clark campus.
Arthur Coe Gray, director of
speech arts, will be in charge of
the nine-week course.
Valued at $100 each, scholar
ships will be available to appli
cants of any age, with or without
previous training or experience.
Judging will be based largely on
talent in acting.
A full schedule of six plays will
be produced. Selections will be
made from the plays of Shaw, Ib
sen, Molnar, O’Neil, Anderson,
Behrman, Milne, Kelly, Maugham,
Barry and Obey.
Credit will be offered in acting,
playwriting, staging and modern
Special season tickets for the en
tire summer theater series will be
available to the public.
Further information about the
scholarships may be obtained by
writing Director Gray at Lewis
and Clark College.
He Goes to...
For that Pre-Game Dinner
Take DAD to
On Kincaid Just Off 13th
—30 Steps from the Campus—
Under New Management of
Mr. and Mrs. John Lusk
"THE STUDENTS' OWN STORE"
University of Oregon Co-op