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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1950)
Full of vim, vigor, and vitality—that’s vivacious
Betty Arnold, Emerald Cover Girl of 1950.
Personable Betty, who was a rally squad girl last
year, spends her spring term studying and sunning
on the Pi Phi sun porch.
When Gene Rose took these pictures, Betty was a
very busy girl. Rose was rushed for time, and took
all five pictures the same day. So Betty’s a “quick
change” artist, too.
On the serious side, Betty is majoring in social
science and hopes to become “a real good secretary.”
Emerald cover girls are picked for personality,
charm, vitality, and photogenic qualities; all of
which Betty has in abundance. She was a Betty Co-ed
finalist her sophomore year, and is rushing chair
man of Pi Phi.
Last summer she was on the College Board of
Lipman W’olfe and Co. in Portland.
This summer Betty’s going to either summer
school or business school in Portland, depending upon
whether or not she intends to return to Oregon next
Mm Hetty Arnold