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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1913)
o THEATRICALS o
GLASS IN DRAMATICS
WILL SHOW FRIDAY
“Up-to-date Performance" from New
York Will Be Staged Friday at
An “up-to-date performance” has
been the cry of the theatre goer in
When Kennedy's play was first pro
duced in New York, it was so much
“up-to-date” that it had the town by
the ears. People heard it and said,
“Hold on there.”—-for its meaning was j
so exceedingly in the lead of modern '
thought that it gripped even New
York’s first nighters. It is a power
ful drama—written in the most ap
proved style and a veritable master
piece of unity. There are no waits
between acts to detract the spectators’
interest. The curtain goes down, and
in a few seconds later goes up again,
showing the characters in exactly the
same position that they were at the
close of the previous scene.
Rogers, the page-boy, and Robert,
the drain man, afford the comedy—of
which ther^ is plenty. They speak the
slangy dialect of the Cockney Lon
doner. There are also in the cast a
Bishop, who typifies the spirit of des
truction—in other words, the Devil; a
vicar and his wife, representing the
healthy young blood attempting to
throw off the shackles of orthodoxy
and dogmatism, and the social factor
respectively; Mary, who represents
the purity of uncontaminated youth,
and Manson, the “Servant,” illustrat
ing the spirit of true Christian man
hood and advanced thought. It is a
story of fraternalism pure and simple.
Eugene Theatre, Friday, March 7,
by the class in Dramatic Interpreta
GIVE PUBLIC RECITAL
School of Music Presents Students
From Three Departments Thurs
day Evening, March 6.
Presenting- this time the more ad
vanced students in the three depart
ments of the musical instruction of
the University, the School of Music
will'give its second public recital of
the year, Thursday evening, March
(3, in Villard Hall. The recital will
commence promptly at 8:15. No ad
mission will be charged.
In accordance with custom, the less
advanced students gave their exhibi
tion earlier in the fall, leaving this
concert to present the artists in the
piano, voice, and violin sections of the
school. A representative program has
been arranged, designed to show the
results of the year’s work and qual
ity of instruction.
The program is as follows:
Impromptu, Op. 42.Schubert
Humoresque .Ta Aulin
Gossip . Durand
Songs from “Eliland”.von Fielitz
Morning Mood from Peer Gynt
Suit . Grieg
Duets from “On Jhelum River”....
Florence Cleveland, Albert Gillette.
Song from Sea Pieces.MacDowell
Polonaise . Chopin
Night from “Summertime”.Ronald
Cello obligato by Harry Deveraux.
Air de Ballet, No. 1, in G.. Chanimade
Boat Song. .............Ware
Stolen Wings. Willeby
Impromptu, C miner.Reinhold
Bolero . Hubay
Nocturne in F minor .Chopin
Lolita . Chanimade
A Lover’s Song:.-.Speaks
Homeward .Campbell Tipton
Als die Alte Mutter.Dvorak
Moto Perpetno . Weber
When Eilers can’t suit you in a
piano, you can’t be suited. Sixty differ
ent makes to choose from. A visit to
our store will convince you. UpV
rights, Players, Grands, pianos to suit
everyone, both in price and quality.
Special discounts this week-end.
Eilers Music House. New Commer
cial Club building.
* * * *********
* SAVOY THEATRE
For Student’s Amusement.
* 10 Cents. 10 Cents.
* MONDAY and TUESDAY
* Vengeance of Durand—Best *
* dramatic 2,000 foot feature *
* of the season. *
* Vaudeville—Grant & Cordero *
* in musical specialty comedy. *
* Making a Baseball Bug—A *
* dandy funny comedy. See *
* this.—Lubin. *
* False to Their Trust—Another *
* of the famous “What Hap- *
* pened to Mary”—a big num- *
* ber by Thos. A. Edison. *
* Pizen Pete—A laughable farce *
* comedy.—Lubin. *
* _ *
* Clean Moral show at all times. *
* 10 Cents. *
The Stanford Relay team, which
was classed in the same group with
Chicago, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri,
Wisconsin, has declined the invitation
to send a team east to the relay car
nival at Philadelphia because the dual
meet with California Interfered.
Students eat at the Y. M. C. A.
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We have all the best of
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Let me fit you today to glasses
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and fit so comfortably that you will
feel as if you had always worn them.
DR. J. 0. WATTS, Optometrist
564 Willamette St.
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