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Call up 48 for sporting dope.
Obak has a new location, E. 9th.
We are showing new models
just from manufacturers. New
Russian tunics, really advance
Fall styles, made up in crepes.
Right styles for graduation
Priced at $7.50 to $ f 8.50
Come and See Them
865 Willamette Street
Cloak & Suit
NINE WILL TRY FOR HONORS
I Faculty Committee t^ Conduct Ex
ams in English and History.
Examinations for highest honors
in History and in English Litera
ture will be given Wednesday after
noon in Professor Howe’s room,
number three Deady, at four o’clock
Barbara Booth and Martina Thiele
will compete for honors in History.
Those taking the English Literature
examination are William Cass, Edith
Clements, Norma Dobie, Henry Fow
ler, Maude Mastic, Aline Noren and
The committee appointed to con
duct the examinations will consist
of Professors Schafer, Clark, O’Hara
Ayer, Allen, Thornsternberg, Howe
and Miss Watson.
A number of recitals are to be
given under the auspices of the Mu
sic Department of the University, by
the advanced students in piano,
voice, and violin, on Thursday,
June 4, in Villard hall at 8:00 o’
Carol Wagner of Ashland is a
guest at the Phi Delta Theta house.
Myrtle Gram is visiting at the
Kappa Alpha Theta house.
WILL APPEAR IN RECITAL
School of Music to Present Program
on June 11.
An Ensemble recital will be giv
en by students from the University
school of Music on Thursday even
ing, June 11. The program will in
clude an eight-hand number for the
piano, a violin quarette, vocal duets
and trios, and a sextette.
Week-end guests at the Beta
Theta Pi house were: Harold War
ner, Dean Goodman, Harold Brough
ton, Edmund Portmiller, Buford
Payne, Kob Kuykendall and Wylie
Dr. C. F. Hodge has been Invited
to give the commencement address
at the University of Montana.
Ernest Vosper was a dinner guest
Monday evening at the Phi Gamma
Norman Moss, Roy Dairs and Joe
Lester of Pullman were dinner
guests Monday evening at the Sig
ma Nu house.
Iota Chi entertained Verne Ap
person and Ralph Young at dinner
You WHl Not
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For-* Graduating Students
WE WANT EVERY STUDENT OF THE U. OF O.
WHO HAS THE HONOR OF MAKING A PRESEN
TATION TO SOME GRADUATING FRIEND TO
COME IN AND MAKE AN INSPECTION OF OUR
NEW AND APPROPRIATELY SELECTED STOCKS
Things dear to the heart of every young lady and
young man are displayed here. Gifts purchased with
the purpose of securing mementos that will last
indefintely and serve as a striking example of the
friendship and true sentiment of the donor. Altho*
each piece is of unquestioned quality, the prices are
sensibly low and reasonable.
All Prices are Narked in Plain Figures
LUCKEYS JEWELRY STORE
827 Willamette St., Eugene, Oregon
EIGHTY TRAINED VOICES TO
PROF. LYMAN IS DIRECTOR
Head of Music Department
Says Concert This Year
Looks Promising and Also
Lays Plans for Next Year.
The annual concert given by the
Commencement Orchestra and Chor
us will be given in Villard Hall on
Saturday, June 13, at 3:00.
"We are working hard to have this
concert an exceptionally line one,”
said Prof. Ralph A. Lyman, director
of the school of music. "1 have ev
ery reason to believe that the chorus
will do splendid work.’’
The program is as follows:
Overture to "Wiilliam Tell”.
Song of the Vikings.Faning
Chorus and Orchestra.
Ballade in G Minor.Chopin
Largo from New Worlil Sym
phoy . Dvorak
Anvil Chorus til Trovatore). .Verdi
Chorus and Orchestra.
Recessional . DeKoven
Mr. Gillette and Chorus.
Air for G Strong.Bach
Song of the Rhine Maidens (Got
terdamerung) . Wagner
Wedding Day at Traldliaugen. .Grieg
Hallelujah Chorus (from Messiah)
Chorus and Orchestra.
The chorus is composed of the fol
lowing members: Sopranos—Mrs. S.
E. Stevens, Mrs. S. Young, Mrs. J. N.
Waterhouse, Ruth Scott, Mrs. 'P. E.
Snodgrass, Gladys Rugh, Gladys
Royland, Virginia Peterson, Katie
Schaefer, Mae Norton, Maude New
bury, Vaughn McCormick, Eleanor
McClalne, Irene Maxwell, Mrs. C. B.
Marks, Grace Lee, Rita Fraley, Kath
erine Kirkpatrick, Joy Judkins, Miss
Mabel Hanna, Miss Florence Glass,
Mrs. M. B. Gilmore, Mamie Gillette, I
Harriett Garrett, Kathleen Fraley, !
Edith Crocker, Anna Calvert, Greta
Bristow, Edna Brostow, Eva Bald
Altos—Mrs. A. C. Dixon, Martha
Beer, Alice Barrett, Leah Perkins, |
Mrs. Ambrose Middleton, Willie Me- j
Gee, Mrs. G. D. Linn, Mrs. J. W.
Kerns, Evangeline Husband, Mrs.
Alton Hampton, Mrs. N. It. Gaylord,
Janet Young, Lucile Yoran, Alta
Woolf, Iva Wood, Grace Walker,
Myrtle Tobey, Irene Rugh, Mrs. S.
Rugh, Mrs. Rose Powell, Miss Cleone
Hoyt, Mrs. F. K. Foster, Charlie Fen
ton, Irene Sullivan.
Tenors—S. Young, S. E. Stearns,
Clarence Stevens, J. W.- Kerns, V. R.
Husbaud, M. w. Qctchil, Geo. Fraror,
Robert Farias, Walter Church, E. M.
Drew, Ray Dawson, Alfred Collier.
Basses—Curtis Peterson, Blair
Hylcomb.'S. Rugh, H. D. Scott, Law
rence Warner, J. N. Waterhouse, S.
K. Young, J. M Miller, J. A. Glenn,
A. J. Gillette, W. A. Gilbert. L. A.
Bond, Roy Andrews, Walter Allen.
“It is my Intention, if possible, to
have this chorus a3 a permanent or
ganization next year, and the show
ing we have made thus far indicates
the great possibilities which are with
in our reach,” said Mr. Lyman.
Drop in at 58 E. 9 th and see Obak.
Wells, ’15, Saws Wood!
Work guaranteed, prices reasonable. By
arrangement, we will hold bills for work
done during the summer till the begin
ning of next semester. Will also arrange
for putting the wood in if desired, pe
cial attention given to Fraternity and
Sorority orders. Phone 476-L or see me.
Let Wells Do It.
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