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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1912)
EIM SKH SCORES
University Dramatic Stars Shine
Brightly in Farce Presented for
The Eutaxian Society this morning
entertained one of the largest as
semblies of the year with a clever
and interesting program.
After an address by Nellie Hemen
way, in which the history and aims
of the Eutaxians were outlined, a
short two act play, entitled, “When
Women Vote,” was presented.
The action of the play centers
around Mrs. Jamison, an apostle of
suffrage, who neglects her family in
order to fight for the ballot. Flora
Dunham, as Mrs. Jamison, sustained
her character of the modern progres
sive woman, very creditably. Alice
Farnsworth, as Helen, the senti
mental seventeen-year-old daughter,
May Norton as Mrs. Delano, a
wealthy lady, studying (the servant
question, and Eleanor McLaine, as
Mrs. Browell, were all clever, and
Hilda Brant, as Hannah, an old-fash
ioned New England “help,” made a
decided hit. Her stage presence and
ability to get her lines “over,” classes
her among the stars in amateur
dramatics at the University. Between
the acts of the play, Miss Newton
played a piano solo, which was en
thusiastically received by the aud
Tom Word was fn Salem for the
Mr. Siegfried Young, an Oregon
alumnus, and his wife, both from Ar
izona, are visiting their sister, Miss
Mrs. Jessup is giving a picnic
Thursday for the Lambda Rho girls.
The Sigma Chis were the guests of
the Gamma Phi Betas Sunday after
Mr. Guy Meeker, of Victoria, B. C.,
was a dinner guest of the Tri Delts
The Chi Omegas entertained the
Kappa Sigma Fraternity Wednesday
evening with a dance.
I SCHOOL OF MUSIC
TO FEATURE PUPILS
Continued from first page.
Matinee at 3 O’clock in Men's Dor
Fruehling’s Rauschen .
Norwegian Dance .
Shepherds All and Maidens Fair....
Etude, Ghosts .Schytte
Air de Ballet.
A Shepherd’s Tale .Nevin
Sonata in G minor—Allegretto....
March of Dwarfs .Grieg
Morning Mood—from Peer Gynt
Suite . Grieg
To Spring . Grieg
Butterfly . Grieg
Chopin . Godard
To a Wild Rose .MacDowell
In Autumn .MacDowell
Waltz in E flat .Durand
Le Malin .Chaminade
Miriam Tinker and Lloyd
No Senior Picnic.
The Seniors have given up the idea
of a picnic, which was to have been
held one week from today. The fac
ulty refused to allow the date, which
was the only convenient one before
examinations, and as no surplus of
money decorates the vaults of the
class treasury, and the picnic would
cost about $2.00 per senior, the com
mittee on arrangements decided to
give up the idea.
Mizzi Hajos, as “Prices Bozena, in the “Spring Maid,” Eugene Theatre,
Wednesday, June 5.
J. H. QUACKENBUSH
82 E. 9th St. Eugene
“The Home of Good Pictures.”
Change of Program Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
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