Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 13, 1952, SPRING OPENING Edition, Image 1

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Fifty-third year of Publication
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Senate Approves
Honor Code
Group's Report
’I lie report of t lie senate
honor co<lc committee was
adopted unanimously by the
A SCO senate Thursday in the
last winter te«n meeting. The
approval, in effect, cleared the
way for a spring term honor j
code orientation program and
a student referendum, tenta
tively scheduled for April 2.1.
And in a surprise move initialed
by ASUO President Ilill Carey, the I
senate rescinded a fall term de
cision to send official observers to
the Nutmnal Student association
convention this summer.
Carey asked that the plan to
send observers tie dropped when he I
piemnted the 1952-53 budget let
ter. also approved, requesting!
$1H*0 for student government next1
year. It would cost from "5309 to
$500” to send delegates, he ex
(1‘lcaxr turn to f'arjt tour)
Eric Johnston
Cancels Visit
Movie Czar Eric Johnston will
not bo a speaker in the 7.r>th anni
versary program, revising his pre
vious decision to speak this spring
because of unforeseen schedule I
Johnston, president of the Mo
tion Picture Association of Amer
ica and former Economic Stabili
zation head, had accepted the offer
to be an assembly speaker, but he
has notified the University that
his trip to Europe will be longer
than originally expected. He will
not be available before some time
this summer he said.
Johnston was originally selected
by the University to represent
management in the year’s program
of speakers. Labor's side was han
dled by Walter Reuther, president
of United Auto Workers, last
The University is now attempt
ing to obtain Clarence Randall,
president of Inland Steel manufac
turing co. of Chicago, according to
Lyle Nelson, director of public
Editor Norman Cousins Will Speak
At Matrix Table-Gridiron Banquet ,
NORMAN OOl'SINS, editor of 'Ihe Saturday Review will Ik- on eam
i>u.s next term to talk with students and address a banquet sponsored
by journalism honnrarics.
Norman Cousins, editor of <
i he Saturday Review, will be
a School of Journalism visiting
speaker on the campus for a
week during spring term and fr
will be the main speaker at the tj
annual Matrix Fable-' Vridiron
banquet sponsored by two
journalism fraternities. /
Cousins wilt speak on "A Posi
tive Strategy for Peace' at the
April 8 Matrix Table-Gridiron ban
quet in the Student Union, spon
sored by Theta Sigma Phi. wom
en's journalism honorary, and Sig
ma Delta Chi, men's journalism
He will speak to English, politi
cal science and journalism classes
and to other groups during his
stay on the campus, which begins
April 3.
Editor of The Saturday Review
during the past 10 years. Cousins
has written four books, edited an
other and been a newspaper re
j>orter. He is 39 years old.
Recently he spent several months
in India as a representative of the
United States State department
and had considerable interest in
the development of, better foreign
relations for the United States. He ,
especially wishes to discuss service (
careers in the State department
with interested University of Ore- *
gon seniors and graduate students
while he's here.
Greeks, Co-ops Get
Business Phones
Business phones are back — in
fraternities, sororities, and co-ops.
Carrying out the agreement an
nounced last week, the Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph company
installed flat-rate phones in those
living organizations desiring to get
rid of pay phones. Many Greek and
co-op houses elected to retain one
pay phone for long-distance and
toll calls. ->
Dormitories still have pay tele
phones, with no immediate pros
pect for change. However, Univer
sity officials have indicated that
they will press for equal treatment
of the dormitory students.
) Today: Eugene Spring Opening
/ Today is Spring Opening in Eu-1
\ gene.
s* Sponsored by the Retail Mer
j chants Division of the Eugene I
5 Chamber of Commerce, the open- !
ing will feature displays of new!
merchandise and a drawing for
big prizes.
Main prize offered is an expense
paid trip for two to Palm Springs,
Calif. A $500 dinner ring, complete
I wardrobe for a man and a woman,
a set of fishing tackle and elec
trical appliances will fllso be hand
ed out.
Tickets may be obtained in local
stores and may be deposited in six
spots located throughout town be
tween 6 and 8:15 p.m. Drawing
will be at 8:45 p.m.
The latest fashions in both men’s
and women’s attire will also be
featured in clothing store win
Merchants will unveil their dis
play windows at 7:30 p.m.
Alpha Chi Omega .:... 5-7662
Alpha Delta Pi _ 5-1803
Alpha Gamma Delta 4-3515
Alpha Omicron Pi 4-7834
4- 8623
Alpha Phi __ 5-9250
5- 6626
Alpha Xi Delta ._ . . 5-0042
Chi Omega _ 5-0536
Delta Delta Delta 4-95)4
Delta Gamma _ 4 68)4
Delta Zeta _ 5-9)77
4- 2742
Gamma Phi Beta . 5-9024
5- 9696
Kappa Alpha Theta 4-6634
4- 6538
Kappa Kappa Gamma ... 5-671 1
5- 4641
Pi Beta Phi ... 5-9061
Sigma Kappa . ... 5-0428
Zeta Tau Alpha . 5-9472
Alpha Tau Omega _... 5-9120
Beta Theta Pi .. 5-9912
Chi Psi .. 5-7801
Deha Taj Deha ... . .5-5672
Delta Ups Hon .....5-9350
4- 3676
kappa SigTi3 ..5-9220'
5- 0301
Lambda Chi Alpha ... 5-0635
Phi Delta Theta 4-4518
4- 4702 *
Phi Gamma Delta . . .5-0984
5- 9642
Phi Kappa Psi _4-5653
Phi Kappa Sigma . 5 6620
Phi Sigma Kappa . .5-2081
Pi Kappa Alpha 5-6866
5-7512 *
Pi Kappa Phi .4-8845
Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . 5-8667
Sigma Alpha Mu-. . 5-9283
Sigma Chi. ... .. 5-9267
Sigma Nu 5-9192
Sigma Phi Epsilon .... 5-8416
Tau Kappa Epsilon 5-1602
Theta Chi . ..... ..5-5521
Ann Judson House 4-3875
Campbell Club 4-8361
Highland House .5-0723
Philadelphia House 4-671 1
Rebec House 4-8742
University House . 5-0214