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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1951)
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A different living organization
Is interviewed over KERG, Eugene
radio station, at 7:15 p.m. each
Tuesday, under the sponsorship of
Fennell's Campus Shop.
Tuesday Fennell’s interviewed
members from the Phi Gamma
Delta house. Dick Stoutt, junior
in liberal arts, was awarded a box
of chocolates for being the most
active man in his living organiza
tion. The house entertained the
listening audience with two house
songs and speeches by the house
president and social chairman.
April 2fl, Fennell's sponsored
Highland House. Gwen Ramsey,
sophomore in liberal arts, was
named the most active woman in
AGS Tops Vote
(Continued from page one)
counting the ballots. DuShane, in
this reporter's opinion, is one of
the few persons on this campus
who understands preferential vot
ing inside and out. And, with the
aid of a blackboard and a few
spare hours of your time, he can
make you understand it, too.
The success of the non-partisan
candidates—Herb Cook, running
for junior class office, and Arlo
Giles, candidate for senate-at
large—was a surprise to both
parties. In general, it appears as
though they hurt the USA candi
dates they were running against
more than they injured the AGS
Watching the ballots being
counted was an interesting sight.
Each candidate had a little sec
tion of a long table where his bal
lots were placed. Members of the
election committee moved about
the table, distributing each candi
Ttv election committee wound
up the counting in a surprisingly
short time. They started a little
after 6 p.m. Wednesday, and finish
ed about 9:40 p.m. Considering the
great amount of redistribution of
ballots that goes with preferential
voting, this was unusually fast
Political groups and candidates
in the future can learn a lot by
studying this year’s election. It
was well-conducted, featured good
eampaigning, and had little—if any
—political “dirty work” connected
Night Editor: Bill Holman
Night Staff: La Vaun Krueger,
Pat Smith, Bob Simpson, Larry
Freshmen Sell 1,100
'Kisties' on Campus
Lists Final Day
Today is the last day this week,
for students, faculty members,
and University employees to take
advantage of the small-pox vac
cinations and tetanus toxoid in
jections being given at the Student j
t Health Service.
The shots are given for the cost
of the serum, Dr. F. N. Miller, 1
director of the service, said. Each j
‘ shot is 25 cents.
A second group of shots will be
offered May 22-24.
Dr. Miller urges veterans who
have been out of the service for two j
or three years to get a booster;
| shot of tetanus toxoid and another
j small-pox vaccination.
To Tour Today
The University Symphony Or
j chestra will be on tour today on
a one-day stand at Roseburg.
Georgene Shanklin, senior, and
Phil Green, graduate in music, will
be featured soloists.
There will be two performances:
in the afternoon one at the Vete
rans' Hospital for the patients,
and in the evening at Roseburg
Junior High, sponsored by the
American Legion Auxiliary YVom
‘ en's Group.
Miss Shanklin will play Beet
hoven’s “Concerto in C Minor on
the piano, while Green, baritone,
will sing Massenet's “Vision Fugi
A higher percentage of the stu
dent body belongs to the Co-op
than in any other recent year, ac
cording to G. L. Henson, Co-op
Co-op membership lists are
closed for the year. More than
2,800 students joined, comprising
approximately two-thirds of the
This is the first year that the
membership lists have been closed
early, Henson said. It was done to
avoid the confusion of new mem
| bers signing up just before the
I tickets must be turned in.
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the campus Wednesday followed
the slogan "Don't Mistie a Kistie,
according to Barbara Swanson,
chairman for the booth sales of the
Phi Theta Upsilon candid apple
Kistie sales began at 8:45 a m.
Wednesday, and the booths were
completely sold out by noon, mak
ing it necessary to reorder.
Sales were also numerous in the
living organizations with between
600 and 700 being sold.
Kisties will be sold again today
at the booths located conveniently
around the campus. Booths will be
located at Fenton, Friendly, the
Co-op, Men’s Physical Education
building, Hendricks, Carson,
Straub, the Library, on the quad
rangle, Vet's Dorm, Student Un
ion, and the Side.
Phi Theta Upsilon, junior wom
en's service honorary, sponsors the
sale each year to raise funds for
scholarships which will go to jun
ior women. Freshman women are
in charge of the sale.
Kisties sell for 10 cents.
YWCA Interviews Set
For Today, Friday
Freshmen, sophomore, and jun
ior women interested in working
as YWCA membership represents
tives for next year are being inter
viewed between 4 and 5:20 today
and Friday at the Y headquarters
The only qualification for the
representative post is that one
have an active interest in promot
ing the activities of the Y, accord
ing to Jackie Wilkes, membership
by Tom Burns, Jr.
Theater Party Offered Saturday
"For Services Rendered'' will lx’
the unofficial theme of the annual
University Theater paVty, sponsor
ed by Horace Robinson, associate
professor of speech, which leaves
for parts unknown (the beach) at
8 a m. Saturday morning.
Everyone who has had a hand
In helping the theater this year
a list which would include all act
ors, stage hands, ticket sellcs,
cloak room workers, ushers, cos
tume and many others, is invited.
Plana for the event which will
go on all day and Into the even, i
Ing, call for two meala, Including
dinner. Transportation will be pro
vided by privutu cars and, If nece».
m»ry, by a chartered bun. Kvery.
one intereated in making the trip
In aNked to drop In or rail the
University Theater ticket office
before 5 p.m. Thursday.
Kxpcnnea will be prorated among
all attending and Hhould jnot ex
For the balance of Spring term the
recreation area will open on Sun
days at 1:00 p.m.
All other hours of the recreation
area of the building remai nthe same
Welcome to Oregon, Mom !
Speaking for all of the students, I'd like to let you know that
we’re looking forward to having you down here on the Univer
sity of Oregon campus Mothers' Weekend.
If this is your first visit to the campus you'll have an oppor
tunity to become acquainted with all the people and places that
we've been writing home about—the old campus, the “libe, the
Millracc, the Side, our favorite professor, and our roommates.
If you are already familiar with Oregon, you’ll be surprised at
all the changes that have taken place since your last visit. The
newly completed Student Union, the library annex, and the many
other face liftings which have sprung up all over campus.
You will be our guest of honor at th&many Junior Weekend
festivities—the float parade, the All-Campus Sing, and the I'rom
—as well as those events planned especially for you.
In the busy whirl of campus life we often become so caught up
in the many activities, curricular and extra-curricular, that we
are afraid sometimes you may feel neglected. We want to take
this opportunity to show you our appreciation for the many,
many things you do for us. In addition, we hope to give you an
insight into college life.
The campus will be yours for the weekend. We hope you will
feel yourself a part of it. W’e want you to meet our friends, to
see our university, and we want to show you off to the campus.
But we are looking forward, most of all, to seeing you—soon—
Chairman of Mothers’ Weekend