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t'MVEKHITY OK OKKOON, El.'OENE, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1852
Delta Tau Delta Drops Sophomore
Because of His USA Candidacy
Tom Shepherd, sophomore In po
litical science, was deplcdged from
Delta Tau Delta Tuesday because
he refused to drop his candidacy
for Junior class president on the
United Students association ticket.
Shepherd moved out of the fra
ternity Wednesday and Into Garn
Shepherd said he talked to Sev
ern! members of the house during
and after a chapter meeting Mon
* day night, who intimated he might
'lave to drop his pledge if he con
tinued as a candidate.
"One member told me he was
afraid I couldn't stay In the house
but would see what he could do
about it,'' Shepherd said, "Another
said that they couldn't have USA
pledges in the house that there was
only one alternative for me; cither
give up the USA aspirations or be
Bob Shetterly, Delta Tau Delta
fraternity president, said Thurs
day, "I think he's made up a lot of
"Brought Upon Himself"
"The action was taken by Tom
and was solely brought upon Tom
by huriself," Shetterly said. "He
felt by following the policies of
USA that it would be the right
thing for him. The unanimous vote
of the chapter proved that we can
not have divided loyalty within the
house." (Shepherd said some of the
members did not attend the meet
"We felt that his actions were
detrimental both to this house, to
the AGS party and to Tom," he
She) herd said he was told that
he could state his case at lunch
Tuesday but was later informed "it
would’nt be such a good idea what
with outsiders there."
"They told me Monday night
that if I didn't run on the USA
ticket, they might he able to get
me a position on the AGS ticket.”
But, lie a filled, the members who
spoke to him said he should have
told them of his ambitions earlier.
Compared to Herb NHL
Shepherd said they told him the
' house had already "exchanged
their votes with other houses,"
that his running on the USA ticket
I would hurt them with AGS "hkf
Herb Nill had ruined Theta Chi's
chances and Herb Cook, Sigma
Chi's chances, by doing what they
did.” (Nill ran as a non-partisan
candidate for A SIN) president in
1950. Cook was independent candi
date in 1951 for Junior class presi
He said they told him USA was
composed of "frustrated fraterni
ties and neurotic sororities who
couldn't gf t anything anywhere
else so they turned to USA."
To Shepherd's statement that he
[ was«told that Bill Frye, running
i for A8UO president in the AGS
j primary, had promised the house
a senatorship if they supported
him, Shetterly replied, "Bill Frye
promised me nothing; no arrange
ments were made."
Frye, in a statement Thursday
night, denied the validity of Shep
‘With All Honesty’
, "With all honesty t cany having
made a single committment in my
campaign. Political mud slinging
is really getting dirty when a per
j son has to fight solnething like
this. My qualifications are a much
more concrete basis for getting
] votes than promises I would not
Shetterly and another member
of the house said they might have
been able to help Shepherd if they
had known he was interested. But,
| they added. Shepherd had told
them nothing, Shetterly saying he
had heard of Shepherd's candidacy
■ "Che faster 3toru =
“Lo, I am with you always,
even unto the end of the
world.” -'Miitthew 28.20
I'TKR tlie Crucifixion, Joseph of Arimathca. a prominent
obtained permission from Pilate to lav Jesus away
in a special tomb. Joseph, Xicodemus. Mary, the Mother of
Jesus, and Mary, IIis aunt wrapped the body of Christ in
linen and anointed 11 is body with embalming spices accord
■ ing to the tradition learned from the Kgyptians.
On Sunday, the third day after the death on Calvary, Mary
of Magda la came to the tomb before dawn with more spices
to anoint the body. To her horror she found the tomb empty,
and ran to tell the others.
Later in the day two other Marys came to the garden and
they too, w ere astonished to find the heavy stone of the tomb ^
rolled back. A young man wearing a white robe was sitting on \
the right side of the tomb and said to the women :
"You seek Jesus of Nazareth who was crucified, lie is
risen! He is not here! Behold the place where they laid Him.
But go, tell His disciples and Peter that lie goes before von
into C.alilfce; there you should see Him; as lie told you."
Thus the prophecies had been fulfilled. The Son of Hod
was killed on Calvary for the sins of man and in three clays
he arose from the grave as a promise of everlasting life to the
followers of his teachings.
from other sources, ant] Shepherd
was "the one that brought it up.”
Shotterly also contradicted a
statement by Shepherd that when
Shepherd had pledged, it had been
with the understanding that he
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Has Anybody Seen
Someone climbed to the top of
the Alpha (ianrima Delta house :
Wednesday night — and swiped !
the weather vane.
But the women aren't partieu- i
larl\ upset over their loss.
We're glad to get rid of |
it,” said one. "It was <■ rooked.”
Collin, Haycox Pass Screening,
Will Seek USA Nod for Presidency
Don Collin and Jim Haycox have j
been selected by the United Stu- [
dents association screening com- j
mittee to run for the ASUO presi- I
dent nomination in Wednesday's
USA primary election.
USA members will vote Wednes-1
day to select the ASUO and class
nominees who will run in the all
camprs election April 30.
The Associated Greek students
will screen petitioner for that
party's nominations at 3:30 p.m.
today in the meeting room of the
Side, excluding the candidates for
So far in the AGS presidential 1
race. I'at Dignan, Bill Frye, and !
Mike Lally, are seeking the nom- j
Ination and will be voted on in a
primary election Monday by AGS
If one of these candidates dees
not receive a majority of the vote,
a second and possibly a third run- j
off election may be necessary be
tween those with the highest vote,
AGS President Larry Dean has
Dick Davis and Helen Jackson
were selected to lun for the USA
senior class president nomination.
Merle Davis and Dolores Parrish
will run for the senior representa
Junior class president aspirants
are Dick Hollenbeck, Ben Schmidt
and Tom Shepherd. Ilia Edwards,
Earl Fowler and Bob Simpson will
run for the junior representative
Milan Foster and Don Rotenberg i
will run for the office of sopho- j
more class president. Sophomore;
representative nominees are Aloys I
Brown, Judy Ellefson and Mary!
Nominated for the senator at.
large positions are Aloys Brown. '
Pat Choat. Don Collin. Dick Davis. ^
Merle Davis. Judy Ellefson. Milan j
Foster. Earl Fowler. Jim Haycox !
Dick Hollenbeck. Helen Jackson. ;
A1 Karr, Jim Lancaster. Judy Me- j
Loughlin, Peter Moe, Dor. Rolen- i
berg, Ben Schmidt, Tom Shepherd.
Bob Simpson and Mary Whitaker, i
Several of the ASUO and class j
officer nominees are also on the !
ASUO senate list. This was done
so that a person who lost one |
nomination would still have a
chance to win senate-at-large nom
ination, USA Interim Chairman
Virginia Wright explained
If the candidates not approved J
by the screening committee obtain ;
the signatures of 50 USA members
they can appear on the ballot. The
petitions should be turned in to
Virginia Wright, USA interim
chairman, at Alpha Xi Delta.
The same agreement between
parties regarding class offices as
was made last year will be used
again this year, Dean said. Only
two candidates for each set of the
four class office positions, presi
dent. vice president and two rep
resentatives, will be run by each
party in the general ejection, as
suring the election to some class
post of all candidates.
No Phone Shift
In Dorms Now,
"It is evident that nothing will
he done this year" about the pay
phone situation in the dormitoric.'f,
Director of Student Affairs Don
ald M. DuShi.rte stated to the a.cJ
U’O senate Thuisday night.
He added that W. C Jones dean
of administration has written tele
phone officials, requesting that
dormitories receive phone service
similar to that in fraternities and.
DuShane also told the senate
that he was not happy v:th tre
Six Other Actions
In other action the senate 11)
passed all athletic award recom
mendations for basket bail and
swimming, (21 defeated a motiorv
that senators contribute SI apiece
to help pay for a scheduled $173
senatorial banquet, .3- "acceptedt
as a basis for further discussion ’
the report of the primary investi
gating committee, i4i passed and>
then defeated a motion to reduce
the ASUO president's salary 10)
heard reports from the Orientation
Leadership Training' Program and
Election committees. 161 and cre
ated an honor code trust fund and
a Constitutional Investigating
Also during the meeting, ASUO
President Eill Carey stated that
he had sent a letter to the Eugene
City council Thursday, asking
them to spend whatever pert:on
of the J20 000 bond issue provided
for by the voters of Eugene ne
cessary to clean up the Mill race
and increase the rate of flow.
W right Raises Question
The phone question arose when
senator Virginia Wright stated;
"I'd like to know about the phone
situation in the dormitories."
“They still have phones there,’
senator Tom Barry replied.
DuShane then made his state
ment. explaining that the phone
company probably will want to
study the situation during the re
mair.dei of the present school year.
Miss Wright later remarked;
“I'm still not happy with the phone
situation. ' "Neither are we satis
fied with it.' DuShane answered.
He added that "I would certainly
raise no objection" if the Emerald*
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Community Easter Sunrise Service to Feature
Student Participation, Talk by State Senator
EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE COMMITTEE completes plans for
the annual service scheduled for 6:30 a.m. Easter Sunday in Mc
Arthur court. Seated (left to right) are Mary Cochrane, speaker
i committee chairman; Ralph Adams, general chairman; Virginia
; Means, decorations; and Tom Marlow, arrangements. Standing (left
to right) are Natalie Beckett, posters and programs; Pat Hartley,
I music; aiu) Phil Johnson, publicity.
By Phil Johnson
“Why Seek Ye the Living.
Among the Dead?" is the topic
of the Easter message which will*
be presented at the annual Com
munity Easter sunrise service at
6:30 a.m. Sunday in McArthur
State Senator Philip S. Hitch
cock of Klamath Falls will give
the Easter message. Sen. Hitch
cock, who is vice-president of the
Oregon Council of Churches, grad
uated from Washington State col
lege in 1026. While at Pullman, he
was a member of Phi Kappa Phi,
national honorary scholastic or
He later was president of West
Hitchock corporation, Klamath..
Falls machinery and truck dealers,
and in 1941, he became Kiwanis*.
lieutenant-governor. He was elect
ed president of the Pacific North
west Kiwanis district in 1943.
Active in Aviation
Hitchcock became president of
the Oregon State Aviation coanciHf
in 1945, and in 1947 he was a
squadron commander of the Civil-1
Air Patrol and was elected presi
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