Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 13, 1951, Image 1

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Senior Gets Glimpse of Weekend Program
HU.II SCHOOL SKNIOKS on rumpus this weekend for
Durk Preview will find plenty to do and nee around the
I'nlverfdty during their \lslt. Pictured here Is Joy
White, a Kugene Hit'll School senior, taking part in three
phases of the weekend program. lyft, Joy is talking
with members of a woman’s living organization where
high sehool girls will he housed. Center, she views one of
the edueational displays that have been set up in various
departments for Saturday morning inspection. Joy has
her eyes on a rook collection in Condon Hall. Right,
dancing in the Student Cnion ballroom will be a major
attraction Saturday night following the YodvtI.
Deferment Cards
Available Monday
Application cards for student
draft deferment tests will l*e avail
able Monday at local draft boards,
according to a release from state
headquarters of the Selective Ser
vice in Portland.
Address of the local board is
127 Seventh Ave. E.
The test, officially dubbed the
S e 1%* <• 11 v e Service Qualification
Test, will be given to all eligible
registrants. Testing dates are May
26, June 16, and June 30.
The University of Oregon is one
Funk, Isaak
New Heads
Robert Funk and Charles Isaak
were named to the top positions of
thfl|p.er»2 Oregana Thursday night
by .the Student Publications Board.
The board recommended Robert
Ford as editor of the Ore-Nter,
orientation booklet for University
freshmen. His recommendation will
go to the fcxecutive Council and
Office of Student Affairs.
Funk, a junior in English, re
ceived the editorship of the Uni
versity’s yearbook. Isaak, junior
in business administration, is the
new business manager.
They succeed Ruth Landry, edi
tor, and Robert Schooling, business
manager, of the 1951 Oregana.
The new editor was associate
editor in charge of copy of this
year's book. He is an Emerald
^columnist and assistant managing
editor for the daily.
Isaak was Oregana sales man
ager this year. He has worked on
the yearbook since last fall.
Ford, freshman in pre-journal
ism, is feature editor of the Emer
of 14 sites throughout the state
selected as an examination center.
To be eligible for the test an
applicant must be a full-time stu
dent working toward a degree.
J. S. Carlson, director of the
University counseling center who
will administer the Selective Ser
vice test here pointed out Thurs
day that students accepted for. or
now in, the advanced program of
the Reserve Officer Training Corps
and veterans need not apply for
the tests.
Recent legislative action in Uje
House of Representatives in which
the legislators voted against defer
ring students on test scores, will
not prevent the. administration of
the tests. However, it appears that
the test results will play a lesser
role in draft board considerations
than was originally planned.
Alpha Xi's State
Political Policy
Alpha Xi Delta sorority issued
a statement Thursday to clarify
its position regarding its political
affiliation. Its members voted
Monday night to notify the Unit
ed Students Association that it
was reconsidering its political posi
tion on the campus. The house has
been a member of the USA party
since its formation in 1048.
The statement said that "our
action of Monday has been taken
to mean that we arc petitioning
Associated Greek Students for
membership. We wish to make it
clear that such was not our in
They pointed out that their
notion on Monday was only a noti
fication to the USA; a final vote
will be taken in two weeks.
The text of the statement ap
pears on page 10 of today’s Emer
(Please turn to Page 9)
twelve Acts Ready for Vodvil
A highlight of Duck Preview
\Veekend will be the 12-act All
l ampus Vodvil Show, to be held
p.m. Saturday in McArthur
pourt. Doors will open at 7:15,
Tickets for the show, which are
60 cents, will be sold through to
iday in the Co-op, Student Union,
and in campus living organizations.
They will also, be sold at the
Everyone wishing' to attend, in
cluding participants in the show, is
required to buy a ticket as the pro
ceeds will go to the World Student
Service Fund. Visiting high school
seniors will, however, be admitted
free as guests of the University,
on presentation of their registra
tion- receipt#..fori. E>ufk:, Preview*»*;
'Preview' Planners Expect
700 High School Visitors
Between 700 and 800 seniors,
from most of Oregon's high schools;
arc expected to start arriving on!
the campus this afternoon in pro- j
paration for Duck Preview week
end today, Saturday, and Sunday.
By Thursday afternoon 700
reply cards had been received
from expectant visitors.
Housing for the students will be
provided by fraternities, sororities,
co-ops, and dormitories according
to the preference indicated on their
reply cards. Boys desirous of stay
ing in dorms will be housed in halls
of vets' dorm; girls will go to Susan
Campbell Hall, opened especially
for the occasion.
Students not on any preference
list will be housed arbitrarily by
the housing committee, as will
those who sent in no reply cards.
Living organizations have already
been notified who will stay in their
respective halls and houses.
The weekend agenda, as arrang
ed by General Chairman Gcorgie
Oberteuffer, is as follows.
. . .for high school seniors will
take place in the lobby of the Stu
dent Union from 4 to 10 p.m. Fri-]
day and from 8 a.m. to noon Sat
urday. A $2 registration fee will
be paid and students will be given
their housing assignment and tick
ets to the luncheon, Vodvil, and
Saturday dance.
Transportation will be furnished
by the six service honoraries from
the SU to the living' organizations.
The lobby will be open Saturday
afternoon to take care of late ar
rivers and to answer questions.
Open House...
.. .is scheduled in 17 living or- j
ganizations starting at 8:30 to
night. Students will visit various
halls and houses on their own. Re
freshments and dancing will be
provided until 9:30.
An Assembly...
.« .fog prep visitors will start at,
Weekend Events...
Registration.4 to 10 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to noon
Saturday in lobby of Student Unicn
5:30 p.m.. Dinner in all living organizations
8:30 to 9:30 p.m.Open house in 17 living organizations
10 to 10:45 p.m..Assembly in Student Union Ballroom
9 to 11 a.m..Educational exhibits in various departments
11 a.m.Assemblies (girls in Music school audi
torium, boys in McArthur Court)
12 noon.Luncheon in Student Union Ballroom
2 p.m. .Intersquad scrimmage at Hayward Field
5:30 pan.Dinner in all living organizations
8 p.m..\II-Campus Vodvil in McArthur Court
10 to 12 midnight..Dance in Student Union Ballroom
11 a.m.Church services in all local churches
1 p.m..Exchange dinners between living organizations
10 p.m. in the ballroom of the Stu
dent Union. The program, being
sponsored by the Class of '54, will
include an explanation of some
University traditions and introduc
tion of campus personalities such
as “Joe College," and athletes Earl
Stelle and Bob Peterson.
Also present will be the rally
squad and Director of Men's Af
fairs Ray Hawk, who will talk
briefly on how the draft may af
fect incoming freshmen men.
A juke box mixer in the Fish
bowl of the Student Union is slat
ed for 10:45 p.m. following the as
Educational Exhibits...
. . .have been set up for Satur
day morning in seven departments
physics, chemistry, music, jour
nalism, art, home economics, and
physical education.
Visiting seniors can see these
displays from 9 to 11 a.m.
Two Assemblies...
.. .will be.held at 11 a.m. to ac
quaint Duck Preview guests with
(Please,turn la Page, 10$ , ,
Hit at Theater
By Don Smith
They can take curtain calls from
here to Gloeea Mona for a sparkl
ing- production of "Finian's Rain
bow’’ which played a special form
al dress rehearsal last night before
300 invited guests of the Univer
sity Theater.
The superlative production, di
rected by Horace \V. Robinson,
opens its regular run this evening
at 8.
Last night's crowd almost danc
ed its way out of the theater—
thanks, in many ways, to vivacious!
little Jane Bowen who danced her
light-footed way into the hearts of
the audience as Silent Susan.
Glenna Hurst played the Irish
Sharon with a sparkle in her eye,
and a sparkle in her voice; ami
Gordon Howard was a fine, strong
voiced- Woody. Faber DeChainee
proved an accomplished- Finian, j