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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1951)
FC to] Discuss
Nominations of officers and u
>ort on results of an 1FC Investi
tion of freshman pledging will
on the agenda of the Intor-fra
nlty council meeting at 7 p.na.
light at Theta Chi.
JKC President Bill Harber said
► iloes not anticipate any Joint
eetings with the Inter-dormitory
Hindi this term on the freshman
edging situation, but that IKC
II cooperate with IDC.
Election of officers will probably
held next Thursday, Harber said.
The Office of Htudent Affairs
ported no change In rushing and
edging regulations from those of
Freshmen must sign up for rush
g a week before pledging and
ust have a 2 00 accumulative
ade point average. IFC legula
>ns call for men to have made
2.00 the term preceding inltia
m. The open rushing policy will
ntinuc throughout spring term.
Starts Sunday, April IS
A dawn that
_• comes up
bul he's no._.
f about the
i JUDY WILLIAM
HOLLIDAY - HOLDEN
This picture will
be moved to the
on April 15
•_WHO'S TUB I'OIJKST MAN ON CAMPt'H?—W'SMF
WSSF Film This Is Their Story'
To Continue Showings Next Week
"This Is Their Story," the World
Student Service Fund-sponsored
film being shown to campus living
organizations, will continue being
shown throughout next week,
Jackie Wilkes, drive chairman,
"Attendance at the film show
ings and living organization co
operativeness have not been what
was expected," Miss Wilkes point
ed out. She added that all living
organization*! should make an ef
fort to see the. film since it does
demonstrate the work of W8HF.
The Oregon WHSK drive begins
Monday with fund donations desig
nated for Assam, India, scene of
•l recent earthquake. "This Is
Their Story" was filmed in Europe
ami Asia with the story being pro- ,
jected in terms of individual stu
dents one each from Greece, Po
land, and France.
To Meet in SU
World Htudent Service Fund liv
ing organization solicitors will
meet at 4 p.m. today in the Student
Union, Mary Alice Baker, solicita
tioriH chairrnuii, announced Wed
According to Miss Baker, solicit
ing procedure will be explained and
last-minute instructions given for
the drive, which begins Monday.
She also emphasized the fact that
if representatives are unable to at
tend, alternates should be sent.
Petition Date Set
Petitions for membership on the
Mortar Board Ball committees
must be turned in by 5 p.in. Wed
nesday to Betty Wright at the
Delta Gamma house.
W'orkers will be selected for the
following committees: general
chairman, decorations, program,
promotion, publicity, intermission
entertainment, tickets, chaperones,
To Judge Tournament
Assisting in judging of the Ore
gon High School Speech League
tournament in Corvallis Friday and
Saturday will be two faculty mem
bers and four graduate students
in the University's speech depart
K. E. Montgomery, assistant pro
fessor of'speech and league execu
tive secretary, and Herman Cohen,
instructor in speech, will represent
the faculty at'the 44th annual tour
nament. Graduate students attend
ing will be Burton Filut, Ben Pad
row, Glen Lamb, and Robert Marsh.
Cosmos Slate Picnic
The Cosmopolitan Club has
scheduled a picnic for Saturday
afternoon at Skinner's Butte.
Members planning to go may con
tact Pieter Streefkirk at the Delta
Upsilon house before Friday noon.
Refreshments will be provided.
Members will meet at 1:30 p.m. in
front of Gerlinger Hall.
Van's: Social Disorganization—up to 15 copies
Turner: Personal and Community Health—up to 10
Bring them in today and tomorrow
U of O Co-op Store
To Hold Evening
Advanced classes in ballroom
dancing, which would be sponsored
by the Student Union Recreation
and Dance Committees, Wave been
tentatively scheduled for Wednes
Any students interested in par
ticipating in the classes should re
gister at the SU recreation area
desk or at the main desk in the
lobby today and Friday. Presenta
tion of the evening dance lessons
is dependent upon the number of
individuals signing for the course.
Former University voice pro
fessor Sigurd Nilssen, 56, died in
Portland Tuesday evening after a
Nilssen was on the University
faculty from 1940 to 1946. Born
at Perry. Oregon, he was educat
ed at Whitman College, Walla
Walla. Washington, and later stud
ied voice in Nice, France, and New
Death was caused by a heart
New officers of Phi Alpha Delta,
national professional legal fratern
ity, were elected for Williams chap
ter Tuesday afternoon.
Newly elected officers are J.
Kelly Farris, justice; Tom Brand.
I vice-justice; Duane Craske, clerk;
Rustin Brewer, treasurer; Robert
Boyer, marshal; and Robert Snash
All officers are members of the
first-year class of the School of
Ass’t. Managing Editor: Eugene
Copy Desk: Bob Talhofcr, Mar
jory Bush, Lorna Larson, Kitty
Fraser, Jim Haycox, Abbott Paine,
Judy McLaughlin and A1 Karr
Night Editor: Bill Holman
Night Staff: Bill Koehler, La
Vaun Krueger, Gene Maier
Who is the ugliest man on the
Iowa is a place where the tall
corn grows, but this year we hear
there's some competition in Wash
v •> 1 . t
Vlm-e jour ad at the Student
Union, main desk or at the
Shack, in person or phone ext.
219, between 2 and 4 p.m.
Itatao: First insertion 4e, a
word; subsequent insertions,
2<; per word.
FOR KENT: Room for one man
student to live at Christian
House. Comfortable, attractive
FOR SALE: Typewriter, L. C.
Smith, Standard Superspecd $70.
Phone 4-8834 any time. Like
new. Betty Harlow 907 West
FOR RENT: U~0. Dist. Excep.
nice single lot. hsk. steam heat
ed apt. washing fad. Priv. ent.
on bus. Reasonable. Address 2266
Alder Ph. 4-0754. 100
LOST: Billfold near Oregon Hall.
Please contact Angela Zach Ph.
44302. Keep CASH. 100
WANTED: Private instruction in
Judo-defensive tactics. Will pay
$1.50 per hour. Address letter
to Carf Snelling, Shamrock Trail
er Pk„ Eugene, Oregon. 101
Phi Theta Petitions
Due on Monday
Petitions for membership in Phi
Theta Upsilon, junior women's ser
vice honorary, will be due at 5 p.m.
Apr. 16, President Jeanne Hoff
man has announced.
Sophomore women with an cum
ulative grade point average of 2.4
are eligible to petition for the hon
orary, with membership based on
scholarship, leadership, and quality
Petitioners are asked to arrange
activities in four divisions, publi
cations, women's organzatons, cam
pus actvities, and miscellaneous,
Miss Hoffman said.
If the leaves of the coming fall
try hard enough, they may look
almost as wonderful as those we
colored in kindergarten.
“He's A Cockeyed Wonder
PI ' • rv ' •
'The Walls of Malapaga"
“Lies of a Bengal Lancer”
!’! £ ■- r.,~- f 11 7-11 O'
' September Affair’’
"Under the Gun”
MAYFLOWER Starts Today
"A Ml and forceful film/'
J TJa ^T.l. , Lesley Crowther, N. Y. Times
^ A picture of admirable quality.**
*"c* J*vS5Tli>,i‘»«a£3g' —Archer Wimten, N. y. Port
The WALLS of
AL Af^A© A1
% *lo»ring Joan Gabln
Ife ond l*o Miranda
Thursday Night, April 5
FREE Hot dogs for Mom, FREE
Dad and College Students
Also free balloons for the kiddies
"The Desert Hawk"
\ vonn.o Dc Carlo and Richard-Greene
It is the Drive-In on the right as you go Hast on the