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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1951)
USA Calls for ASUO Office Petitions
I lie I Mill'll Miuili'iils Ahhoi'Ih
Hum Ih now ni'i'i'iitlng pitttlom
for hImil'llt body offlri-H, with till'
di'itil I Ini- 5 p.m. ,Monday. Htu
dents may obtain pH it Ion blanks
at th«* AHI'O office In the Stu
They may be turned In to
(United Students Association
President Ernie Italdln) at Al
pha Tan Omega; Helen Jackson,
Highland House; Kve Overhack,
Hendricks Hall; Marian Hrlner,
Orldes; Hon Collin, Oammn Hall;
or Ed Peterson, Lambda Chi Al
/y<7!4e Hind" ISAI'AVORITK
MKKTIXV, PLACE FOk UNIVERSITY
OF OREOOX ^TIDEXTS
DROP IN FOR A CUP OF COFFEE
AND A FRIENDLY CHAT.
Will be held in Room 207
Chapman Hall, April 19th
at 4:00 p.m.
Nominations for new members of the board of
• directors will be held
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Welcome to Oregon...
Visiting high school seniors:
hvery year a week-end is set^-ide for our high school friends
to visit our cam pus. Since a school is only as strong as its student
hotly, the I diversity family tries to encourage outstanding stu
dents to visit the campus. Being proud of our University, we feel
that once prospective students have a chance to observe the tvpe
of curriculum, extracurricular activities, and campus surround
ings, they will be sold on the University as we have been.
loir here at Oregon each student is endowed with that intan
gible element called school sprrit. It is something that has been
passed down through the years, through the traditions establish
ed by our predecessors, until it has readied a verv real meaning
here on our campus. It is our hope that you will be able to receive
a touch of this school spirit during your visit here on the campus,
and that this will encourage you to' become a part of our student
body next fall.
'| he Duck Preview committee, in cooperation with the various
living organizations has worked hard to provide what it feels
will be an educational as well as entertaining weekend. Friday
evening our freshman class has provided an assembly. Saturday
night for your entertainment there will be a vodvil show put on
by the student body, with dance to follow.
In visiting the campus you will see such landmarks as Deady
Hall, the fir.-,t building. And you will be able to compare this with
our new Student Union and library addition, as well as the con
struction of the new science building.
kroni this you will be able to see that we are a growing Uni
versity, and we hope that you will be interested in growing with
us. This i-, vour weekend, seniors—have an enjoyable time, and
always feel that you are welcome to the University at any time.
President, ASUO .
One Odd Situation!
Ugliest Man Candidate
Plays Romantic Lead
By Jim Hayeox
“Isn't it stretching it just a little
I bit to have the romantic lead of
'Finian's Rainbow' a finalist for
, Ugliest Man on the campus?” asks
Gordon Howard, romantic lead and
I Ugliest Man finalist.
; “I have no illusions about being
a second Rudolph Valintino; it’s
the singing that interested me, but
I my gosh. .he mutters.
It all started (the singing that
is) when Gordy came back from
the Navy after a two-year hitch, j
to finish his senior year in high
school. Being ineligible for athle
tics. he had to look around for a
new interest and took to music.
He found out that his baritone
voice wasn't half bad and has been
working with it ever since. Now |
a senior in speech, he still has time
to work with the University Sing- j
ers and sing at occasional wed- j
Besides his music work, Gordy
is interested in other fields. At \
present he is a member of the
Theater Executive Board and a
principal in the cast of "Milky
Way,” the University Theater road
show. He has also been president i
of Cherney Hall and Junior Repre-!
sentative on the ASUO Executive
Until this year he had pretty
much decided upon going into radio
or teaching. That was changed a
little though when he got his first
stage role, Ed Devery, in “Bom
Yesterday.” Now with the part of
CLASSICAL & MODERN
★ Movie Star
★ Recording Artist
Sal. Apr. 28
8 p. m.
Students & Emp.
of U. of O...60c
Tickets Available Student
Union Office, U. of O.
Woody Mahoney, which is difficult
but a lot of fun, he says, he thinks
he might want to go a little
further in stage work. But with
still two-thirds of his senior year
to go after summer vacation, he
still has some time to think about
Howard's 187 pounds are distri
buted over a 5' 8" frame which he
considers just right. He ardently
denies that the appellation "Gordo"
has any foundation at all, and few
are his friends who persist in using
Petition Deadline Friday
Petitions for Skull and Dagger's
annual William Frager scholarship
award, this year amounting to
$150, are due in the Office of Stu
dent Affairs by 5 p.m. tonight.
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“ Rio Grande”
‘Frontier Out Posts’
I I i. pw : N.r-p i l i D 7-21
“Code of Silver Sage"
Chump at Oxford”
Drive In Theatre
Yvonne De Carlo
To Interview Students
A representative of Sears, Roe
buck Company will be on campus
Tuesday to interview students in
terested in opportunities offeree,
by the company and furnish in
formation about their trainin|M>rO'
The representative, E. L. Miller
of the personnel department, Witt
explain the training program at ft
general meeting followed by in
dividual interviews. Appointment*
for the interviews may be matte
at the graduate placement office.
You’ll rest in pieces if you jay
65-80 Day Bicycle'Tears
74 Day French Stady
56 Cay Motor Tears -
Including Round Trip Steamship
from New York or Montreal.
33 Day Adventare Toar •
47 Day Stady Tear
for Edacatioaal Travel.
New York, N.
Until Sunday, April 15
. . To,
A dawr, that
but he's no
Qf) about the
A CCKUM»IA HCTUM
JUDY WILLIAM j
HOLLIDAY * HOLDEN
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be moved to the
Sunday, April 15
for indefinite 1