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Place your ad at the Student
Union, main droit or at the
Shuck, In person or phone ext.
2IB, between 2 and 4 p.m.
Monday to Friday.
Kates: Flint, Insertion 4c ner
word; subsequent insertions 2c
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• Campos Briefs
0 I Ini O Kamanina, Hawaiian
club, will meet at 7 p.m. today In
the Student Union.
0 The tilling Democrats will
hold a general discussion meeting
at 0:30 p.m. today in the Student
Union, President George O'Dea,
0 Bridge lessons, sponsored by
the Student Union recreation com
mittee, will be given at 2:00 p.m.
Thursday in the Student Union
hollowing the instruction given by
Gunning Butler, two hours will in.
devoted lu the playing of social
0 The teacher placement serv
ice has requested that all applica
tions for teacher placement be
turned in the service's office as
soon as possible.
• In order to facilitate clearing
of stack and reading areas in the
library, service at divisional desks
will end ten minutes before the
building closing hour, the Univer
sity library has announced. Special
requests for books or periodicals
must be made before the ten min
ute warning signal.
0 Members of Kwuma, sopho
more women's honorary, will meet
in front of the Kappa Kappa Gam
liffr house at 5 p.m. tonight. Mem
bers are asked by President Joan
Marie Miller to wear their uni
forms as there will be tapping for
three new members. A regular
business . meeting in the SU will
follow the tapping ceremonies.
Miss Miller said.
0 Amphibians, women’s swim
ming honorary, will hold final try
outs for new members at 4 p.m.
Thursday in the women’s pool in
Gerlinger hall. "Women trying out
will be asked to exhibit basic
swimming skills," Joan Jacobs,
president of the honorary, stated.
0 Petitions for chairmen's jobs
on the YMCA-YWCA sponsored
"Marriage and the Family” series
scheduled for February have been
called for by Virginia Means,
chairman of the program. Com
mittees open are registration, pub
licity and speeches. Petitions may
be turned in to Miss Means at Chi
Omega through Friday.
For Dad's Day
A ripw promotion Idea for Dari n
Day has been initiated, according
to Carol Lee Tate, promotion
In yearn before, letters have
been printed in the Emerald to be
clipped by students and mailed
home to Dad. This year post cards
will be sent. The Dari's Day com
mittee feels this introduction of a
more personal element to the invi
tations will be more successful in
urging Dad to attend the event.
The post cards have been printed
with a poem to Dari, and an illus- j
tration of the university’s mascot.
At the bottom is a dotted line for
students to sign their names. The
cards are being sold to the living
Students are urged to address
and mall them home to their dads
as soon as possible.
Those students living off cam
pus, or men in dormitories who fail
to buy them Monday night may
purchase them in the Student
Union this week from 10 a m. to
12 noon and from 1 to 4 p m.
in dormitories who fail to buy them
Monday night may purchase them
in the Student Union Tuesday aft
ernoon from 10 a m. to 12 noon and
from 1 to 4 p.m.
Films on China
A shortened version of "The'
Good Earth,” "Here Is China” and |
"Pagodas of Peiping" will be1
shown at 7 and 9 p.m. tonight in i
207 Chapman, under the sponsor- j
ship of the Student Union movie I
"The Good Earth," the short
version of the Metro-Goldwyn
Mayer feature, emphasizes the de
pendence of the farmer in China
on his land, and his Jove for the
good earth. The early scenes depict
the development of the farm as a
family project, then the economic
effect on the farm communities
when years of famine come, and
the successful return to the farm
after (he passing of the famine.
“Her" Is China," a portrayal of
the home life of Chinese people, is
s narrated by Clifton Fadinmn. The
means of making a living, the
modes of transportation, the do
j struction wrought by floods and
the modernization of Shanghai arc
shown in the film.
Pagodas and carved stone
tombs, marble bridges, bronze
statues, street scenes, open air
shops and a short discussion of
: Jade arc a few of the highlights
in "Pagodas of Peiping."
There is no admission to the
At OSC Dinner
Mrs. Go Ida Wickham, associate
director of student affairs, spoke
Monday night at the annual pledge j
dinner at Oregon State college.
The dinner anti reception were
attended by 300 pledges from
every sorority on the Oregon State
campus. Also present at the recep-,
tion was Mrs. Ruth Ware Greig,
representative of the national Pan
“Living Memorials" was the title
of Mrs. Wickham's speech. She
stressed that the students could
be living memorials during their
life to their college and their fra
Invite Dad down for Dad's Day
Dad’s Day—Feb. 2-3
coffee & donuts
only 15c at
CAMPUS COFFEE SHOP
Limit on Pledge Class Size Subject
Of Closed IFC Committee Talks
An inter fraternity council committee met in closed session !
Iucsday to discus - possibilities of further limiting the size of
fraternity pledge classes and coordinating pledge maximum^
with tin1 size of each house.
Such a measure would be designed to distribute pledges more
evenly among Oregon's 21 fraternities during this year's open j
rush season, which begins Monday. It was prompted by the I
II C s recent rush week, which aw the majority of pledges
group iri a row large nouses leav
ing several houses with very few
pledges, some none.
IFC President Diek McLaughlin
introduced the idea in last Thurs
day's IFC meeting and terminated
the ensuing lengthy debate by ap
pointing a committee to examine
the matter more thoroughly. Kep- j
rosentativcH of Alpha Tau Omega, I
Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Chi, Pi j
Kappa Phi, Phi Oamma Delta and
Lambda Chi Alpha were selected
to serve on the committee and IFC '
graduate adviser Bob Christ was
McLaughlin formed the commit
tee with three large fraternities j
and three small ones to represent;
the factions of Thursday night's
meeting evenly. At that IFC meet
ing comments favoring limited
pledge classes came from the :
smaller houses, while comments
attacking the plan came from the
McLaughlin proposed leering
the 30 man pledge class quota now
in effect to 20 men, observing,
"More than three or four houses
must be powerful if any houses can
be powerful. We must give those
fraternities unsuccessful during
rush week a helping hand." Secie
tary Fred Baltz pointed out that
the present pledge quota would re
quire 030 men to give each house
30 men. Only 131 men rushed this
Sigma Nu President Larry Dean
offered another method of control
ling rushing. He thought the size
of each house should be considered
and then have the limits based
upon those figures; "One house
should have 25 or 30 to keep if fill
ed .while another house must have
35 or 10 to keep going.”
Adviser Ray Hawk, director of
men's affairs, pointed out that
Dean's suggestion concurred with
Panhellenic's method of controlling
the women's pledge classes by as
Dad's Day Tickets
On Sale in SU
Tickets for the Dad’s Day lunch
eon, Feb. 2, arc now on sale at the
Student Union main desk, accord
ing to Joan Mauro, luncheon chair
Students are urged to purchase
tickets for themselves and their
fathers early, as there will be ap
proximately 535 seats available in
the S.U. ballroom, Miss Mauro
said This luncheon is an annual
affairs which sons and daughters
may attend with their fathers.
signing a definite quota to each
After the proposed plan had
been defined and analyzed. Phi
Delta Theta President Norm Pet
erson presented the larger frater
"Some houses are physically
suited for more than 20 men while
others don't even need that many.
I am opposed to blanket regula
tions which would not take this
factor into account."
Past ATO President Dick Lee
took the floor to agree with Pet- j
ei son. "I think our pledge maxi
mums should remain where they !
are. Instead of changing them, we
should commend the houses which i
were able to pledge a lot of mem
bers. Limiting the larger houses in
pledging would be unfair to both
the houses and the freshmen."
During the meeting Bob Christ
rose to recognize the extensive
work during rush week of Hawk,
Cy EUingson, his assistant, ar.d
Paula Casebeer. his secryarv.
“Thanks to them rush week was
successful in its overall results,'
"Weekend with Father ’
Van Heflin & Patricia Neal
Tom Ewell & Julia Adams
"Bend of the River”
James Stewart-Arthur Kennedy
Rock Hiidson-Juiia Adams
"From Little Acorns”
Foreign Movie (French—with
IAN E 4 043.
“Cave of Outlaws”
McDonald Carey & Alexis Smith
David Bruce & Laura Lee
Wrong Kind of Geese
HASTINGS, Neb. — (U.R>— Tv O
local hunters were grinning' an<!
shaking hanrls on the fir^t day of
the duck season over bagging II.
geese when they saw the hopping
mad farmer bearing down m
them. They were tame geese.
13th & Hilyard
FILMED IN OREGON’S
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Continuous Showing Daily
Every Wednesday night you'll enjoy
movies covering many interesting subjects.
TONIGHT YOU'LL SEE
• "Pagodas of Peiping"
• "Here is China"
• "The Good Earth"
207 Chapman Hall Showings at 7 and 9 p.m.
... just a reminder from your friendly
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