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VOLI'MK MI I.NI VERSITY OK OREGON, Kt GENE, WEDNESDAY, KEBRl'ARY ZH, I9 j1 NUMBER 89
In Rally With Women
Scheduled to Host Men
A snowball nilly for the Oregon
.State basketball series, will swing
Into action at 6:16 p.m. Thursday,
ending at the went entrance of the
•Student Union at 6:46.
Procedure will be reversed for
the tally, with women's organiza
tions picking up the men's groupH.
The rally will be on foot, the Hally
Women will leave their resi
dences at approximately 6:16 and'
go to pick up the house they are
paired with. The rally will snow
ball from the upper, middle, and
Coach John Warren and the
team will be present at the rally,
n.H well as the rally squad. .Short
talks will be given by team mem
bers, including Captain Will Urban,
Jim Loacutoff, Bob Peterson, Ken
Hunt, Curt Barclay, Mel Krause,
and Jack Keller.
"Since the two-game series with
OSC Is the deciding factor in the
Northern Division championship,
s« 11 students arc urged to attend:
tin rally,” the rally board stated. I
Pairings arc as follows: Alpha!
Chi Omega, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Alpha Delta PI, Phi Kappa Sigma; i
Alpha Gamma Delta, Lambda Chi i
Alpha: Alpha Omicroty Pi, Sigma
Alpha Mu; Alpha Phi, Beta Theta!
Pi: Alpha Xi Delta, Campbell Club:
Ann Judson House, Delta Upsilon;
Curson 2, Pi Kappa Phi; Carson
.'I, Sigma Nu; Carson -1, Sigma Phi
Epsilon; Carson S, Alpha Tail
Omega; Chi Omega, Sigma Chi;
Delta Delta Delta, Theta Chi; Del
ta Gamma, Veterans’ Dorms; Del
ta Zeta, Delta Tan Delta; Gamma
Phi Beta, Chi Phi; Highland House,
Philadelphia House; Sigma Kappa.
University House, Hendricks Hall,
John Straub; Kappa Alpha Theta,
Kappa Sigma; Kappa Kappa Gam
ma, Phi Gamma Delta; Grides, Tau
Kappa Epsilon: Pi Beta Phi, Phi
Delta Theta; Kobec House. Phi
Sigma Kappa; Susan Campbell;
Hall, Pi Kappa Psi; and Zeta Tau
Alpha, Pi Kappa Alpha.
Theater Tickets on Sale
For Next Week Only
\\ eekend performances for ‘‘(loodbvc, Mv I'ancv," arc sold
out, l niversitt Theater business manager V irginia llall report
ed Tuesday, hut there are still tickets left for the Monday through
Thursday performances of next week.
Admission to the hit comedy, which will probaldy show to
packed houses each performance, is $1 or a season ticket stub.
I he play will he ccntralh j
staged, and presented, under
the direction of < Htilie Seybolt.
in the arena theater in Villard
The comedy, a recent Broadway
hit with Madelalne Carroll, con
cerns a Congresswoman who re
turns to her alma mater to accept
an honorary degree. In her under
graduate days she had been ex
pelled from the school beoause she
stayed out past closing hours one
night, and was caught climbing in
the window by her housemother.
She left the school rather than
disclose the name of the man with
whom she had spent the evening
a young history professor, who
is now president of the University.
Kor the intervening 20 years
both she and the professor-turned
president have idealized the other,
keeping their "love" alive, though
they had not in the years ever seen
She returns to the University
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CorrrrUonn in the spring term
linn* schedule nf classes have
t>ecn announced today as fol
Anthropology— Anth. 413, 10
MWF, Johnson basement; Anth.
43”, 3 MWF, Johnson basement.
English —Eng. 315, 11 MWF.
I Ore; Wr. 113, 3 MWF 313
rolltical science — 1*S 4!)0, 1
MWF, CJuonset 3.
333, 8 MTuThS, 105 Commerce;
BA 440, 8 MWF, 7 Commerce;
BA 443, 8 TuThS, 7 Commerce.
Physical education service
courses — PE 180 (fundament
als II), II MWF, C.erlinger; PE
180 (elementary swimming II),
1 MWF, pool.
To Rejoin Greek Bloc
To Vie Monday
Twenty offices will be at stake t
in the campus elections for wom
en's organizations, scheduled Mon
day. All major offices of the As
sociated Women Students, Wom
en's Athletic Association, and the
YWCA will be filled.
Proposed renaming of the WAA j
to Women's Recreational Associa
tion will be included on the WAA ,
It will take a two-thirds vote of;
all women students to change the
name of the Women's Athletic
Association to Women's Recrea
The vote will take place Monday .
in (ierlinger I/«bb.v, during the!
elections for new officers of the
WAA, the AWS, and the YWCA.
The name-change was approved
Jan. 14 by the AWS Cabinet, but,
in as much as it changes Section 1
I of the AWS Constitution, it needs |
approval of all women students.
AWS positions to be filled are [
president, vice-president, secre
tary, treasurer, sergeant-at-arms, j
and reporter. President, vice-pre
sident, secretary, sergeant-at-arms, j
and custodian arc open in the WAA j
race, while the YWCA will seek j
a new president, first and second :
vice-presidents, secretary, troasur- i
er, upperclass commission chair- j
man, and sophomore commission i
chairman, vice-chairman and sec- \
The slate of candidates for these
offices will be released Friday.
Established policy of the organiza
tions prevents earlier release to
Official voting will take place
Monday in Gerlinger Lobby.
Cerf to Discuss Changing
Styles of Humor Tonight
By Adeline Gabardino
The amazing Bennett Cerf will talk at 7 :30 p.ra. tonight in Mc
Arthur Court on "Changing Styles in American Humor.-’
A reception for students and faculty honoring Cert will he
held after the speech, at 9:15 p.m. in the 1 fads’ Lounge of the
Student Union, sponsored by the SI Board and Mortar Board,
senior women's honorary.
Halt of C erf s activities \vouI<
man. says one coliiiiinist. "As a
writer, jmlilislicr, compiler of
anthologies, and current col
umnist. Hennett Cert" continues
to amaze all who know him
with his remarkable ability to
keep so many irons in the pro
Corf began his career as a hum
orist early in life. As editor of
“The Jester,” humor magazine at
Columbia University, he enlivened
its pages considerably through his
"A supersalesman is one who can
sell a man with a Ffii Beta Kappa
key a double-breasted suit,” said
Q*rf who found himself upon grad
uation from Columbia in 1920 a
member of Phi Beta Kappa as well
us the possessor of a journalism
1 be. too much for any average j
After his graduation Cerf work
ed at the same time as a reporter
on the New York Herald Tribune
and a clerk in the Stock Exchange.
He came into his own as a pub
lisher when he bought the Modern
Library Series. Later he founded
Random House. As its president he
read the manuscripts for "Guadal
canal Diary,” decided to publish it,
and contracted for the manuscript
within eight hours.
Twenty-seven years of work with
books and their authors have given
Cerf a comprehensive view of the
literature of the times.
In the last few years, with the
publication of his five books of
humor, Corf's name has become a
by-word in American homes where
readers have chuckled over his col
lections of humorous stories: "Try
and stop Me,” “The Pockctbook of
Jokes,” "Anything for a Laugh,"
"Laughing Stock,” and his latest,
“Shake Well Before Using.”
As final lecturer in the Univer
sity Lecture Series for winter term,
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House 'Dissatisfied' With USA,
Accepts AGS Invitation to Return
in a surprise move Tuesday, Phi Kappa Sigma petitioned to
lhe Associated Creek Students to rejoin the (‘.reek bloc. The fra
ternity s action followed a Monday night chapter meeting in
which members voted to leave the United Students Association,
a party they helped establish in 1948.
A(»S President Hill Carey, to whom the petition was given,
called two meetings of his party Tuesday to act on the request. A
Plays of 'Bard'
In SU, Chapman
Three Shakespearean plays are
coming to the campus this week in !
the form of moving pictures to be i
presented on the Chapman Hall 1
and SU ballroom screens.
Exerpts from two of Shakes-1
peare’s famous plays, "Romeo and j
Juliet" and "Othello,'’ will be
shown tonight as the regular edu
cation movies. They are scheduled
for two showings in 207 Chapman
— 7 and 9 p.m.
"Romeo and Juliet" will be limit- j
ed to sequences dealing directly |
with the love story of the two!
young sweethearts. The movie be- j
gins from the time the Montaguesi
and Capulets enter the cathedral!
in Verona, and ends with the final j
■Scene at Juliet's tomb.
"As You Like It" will be shown ;
at 2:30 and 4:15 in the ballroom
of the Student Union as the regu
lar Sunday movie. Admission is
The movie stars Laurence Olivier
in one of his best screen roles. :
Elizabeth Bergner co-stars,
will be shown as a short,
will be show’ as a short.
Philippine dancer to perform at;
Festival, Page 8; Red Cross drive:
lags, Page 6; Nude art in MU ban
ned at OSC, Page 5; Campus Merry:
(io Round, Page 7.
snort (iiscusMon during in?
second meeting ended with a
motion passed unanimously,
with all hut three houses be
longing to the party in attend
The first meeting was held at
4 and the second at 6:30 p.m.
In explaining his reason for call
ing the special meetings, Carey
said that Millard Kinney, president
of Phi Kappa Sigma, had request
ed that he do so after learning
the sentiments of his fraternity.
Carey said that Kinney felt a
two-week waiting period until the
next scheduled AGS meeting would
lead to "repercussions in his house,
so he asked for the special meeting.
Kinney later gave reasons for
the fraternity's move, saying Phi
Kappa Sigma was "dissatisfied
with the work of USA," and that iH
wholly approved of the "clean-up ’
of AGS, and its policies and pro
cedures as set up in its new con
He also added that his house
felt “all Greeks should be united on
the campus in as many ways a.
When asked if he understood the
provision in AGS' constitution that
prohibits houses from having can
didates for ASUO offices for one
year following their readmissio 1
into the Greek bloc, Kinney said
that the constitution had been dis
cussed in Monday's chapter meet
Senior AGS Representative Merv
Hampton said. "Then it's clear that
this is not a move calculated for
political expediency.’’ Kinney
Phi Kappa Sigma was one of
eight Greek houses on campus that
withdrew in May 1948 from the
Affiliated Students Association,
then the party name for the Greek
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Suggested to ASUO
By Larry Hobart
Co-educational living will be
established on the University of
Oregon campus and the entire
ASl’O Executive Council will be
impeached -— if suggestions found
in the ASUO suggestion box are
The novel plans for the improve
ment of campus life were revealed
Monday evening when ASUO pre
sident Barry Mountain presented
the student notes to the Execu
Donald DuShane, director of stu
dent affairs, spoke briefly on the
proposed co-edueational living pro
gram in connection with deferred
living. The student suggestion de
clared that plan would “benefit
One irrate student suggested
that the "John and Marcia" record
in the Student Union be smashed
so that he could study in the Soda
Practical suggestions offered by
members of the student body in
cluded the building of a new swim
ming pool to replace the 50-yeai
old structure now in use, a central
location for turning in petitions
for campus jobs, orientation meet
ings for petitioners, and the resum
ing of coat-checking services in tho
Concrete suggestions were given,
to council members by Mountain
for more detailed checking as to