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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1915)
Former Head of University Piano
Department Plays Very Artist
ically, Says Landsbury
David Campbell, formerly head of
the Piano Department of the Univer
sity, gave a piano recital in Villard
Hal durin gthe assembly hour Wed
nesday. Mr. Campbell, who Is a bro
ther of President P. L. Campbell, has
recently returned from a year’s stu
dy in Germany.
J. J. Landsbury, head of the Uni
versity Piano Department, has the
following to say in regard to the re
“Mr. Campbell plays very; very ar
tisticaly, and the entire program was
enjoyable. I enjoyed it thoronghly.
The last encore, the Second Mazur
ka of Godard, was especially interest
ing, as it showed the effectiveness that
lies in a smaller composition when
well played, as was this one. Cho
pin’s Cavalry Polonaise, the last num
ber on his regular program, is noted
among pianists as being one of the
tests of endurance.
“Mr. Campbell has an easy stage
personality and gives great promise
as a pianist. Events like this are en
joyable diversions fronj our regular
work, and we wish Mr. Campbell
itonight return and give us a full ev
The program consisted of five com
positions from Chopin: “Ballade/’
‘<NoctiJrne,” “Walt4” “Impromptu”
and the “Cavalry Polonaise.” Mr
Campbell also played two encodes,
Chopin’s “Minute Waltz” and God
ard’s “Second Mazurka.”
DR. EXNER10 LECTURE
“Speaker Is Ablest I Have Ever Heard
On Sex Problem,” Says
. Charles Koyl
“Dr. Exner is the ablest speaker on
the sex problem that I have ever
heard,” said Charles Koyl, Secretary
of the University Y. M. C. A., speak
ing of Dr. Max J. Exner, who will de
liver a series of three lectures in Vil
llard Hall January 25 and 26. “He is
forceful, clear and authoritative and
presents his subject in a manner that
leaves a lasting impression. He is
absolutely scientific, safe and spir
Monday night Dr. Exner will speak
on “The Young Man’s Sex Problems,”
for men only.
Coach Btezdek, realizing the impor
tance of Exner’s work,' has had the
front seats reserved for the athletic
aspirants under his care.
Francis L. Strickland, President of
Simpson College, Iowa, says of Dr.
Exner’s presentation of the sex sub
ject: “Permit me to say that I have
never heard that subject presented
jrith such dignity, plainness, and mor
al and spiritual power as it was here
presented by Dr. Exner.”
After each meeting, several of Dr.
Exner’s books on the sex problem will
be placed on sale. These books are
highly* spoken of. C. R. Henderson,
Professor of Sociology, University of
Chicago, says: “I am taking the lib
erty of recommending your pamphlet,
and quoting from it.”
The first lecture will be held at 7:30
next Monday evening, in Villard Hall.
BULLETIN SPACE IN LIBRARY
IS INCREASED BY ADDITION
Wednesday evening, at a request
from a committee sent by the Student
^ Council, an addition to the bulletin
board in the library was put up.for the
sp^ial use of the students. Com
plaint has been made that the for
mer board wasQ so small and over
crowded that the notices were obscure
and not very generally seen.
“The section nearest the door is re
served for students,” said Librarian
Douglass, “and if this is not sufficient
we will arrange for more. All notices
that have been posted a week will be
taken down and thus considerable
space will be economized.”
Mr. Douglass has heard a rumor
that from now until examination time
the Library will remain open until
10:00 P. M., but he says no such re
quest has come to him. He thinks,
however, that in case enough students
w wish it, the Library force will attempt
to so alter it.
NEXT WS BOOKS
Students Owning Volumes on Follow
ing List May Sell Them at
Y. M. C. A. Exchange
The following books will be used
the second semester. The Y. M. C.
A. will be able to use copies of prac
tically all of these, so students having
any for which they have no further
| need may take them to- the Exchange
in the basement of Deady Hall, and
they will be sold.
The list is:
'0Aristotle—Art of Poetry.
Arnold—Poetical Works, Globe ed.
Bagster-Collins—Teaching of Ger
man in Secondary Schools.
Bailey—Handbook of Birds.
Baldwin—American Short Stories.
Boyd—Cases in Constitutional Law.
Branner—Syllabus in Economic Ge
Browning, R.—Poems. Cambridge
Cairns—History of American Liter
Channing—History of the United
States, yol. 3.
Dieckhoff—Thg Gorman Language.
Dowden-Shakespeare; His Mind
Du Maurier—Peter Ibbetson.
Esquerre—Applied Theory of Ac
Fournier—Napoleon I. Bourne ed.
Franklin & McNutt—Light and
Franklin & McNutt—Elements of
Electricity and Magnetism.
Fullerton—Introduction to Philoso
Gatterman—Practical Methods of
Goodnow—City Government in the
hooks tor second semester
Gregory, Kellor & Bishop—Physi
cal and Commercial Geography.
Kilpatrick—Individual in the Mak
Lowell—Democracy and Other Es
Luquer—Minerals in Rock Sections.
McMurrich—Development of the
Manley and Allen—Four German
Morris—News From Nowhere.
Munjro—Government of European
Pillsbury—Essentials of Psycholo
Pirsson—Rocks and Rock Minerals.
Pliny—Letters, Ed. by Kingery.
Reighard and Jennings—Anatomy
of the Cat.
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Smith—Exercises in Proof Reading.
Smith & Gale—New Analytic Ge
Strayer—Brief Course in the Teach
Tarbell—History of Greek Art.
Tyler—Growth and Education.
Walleentin—Grundzuge der Natur
Wells—History of Mr. Polly.
Whitman—.Selections from “Leaves
Xenophon—Anabasis. Am. Bk. Co.
Betz—Aus der Jugendzeit.
Droste Hulsoff—Die Judenbuch.
Kleist—Prinz Friedrich von Hom
Flawnice Killingsworth, who re
turned to her home in Portland last
Thursday because of a nervous break
down, is reported to be recovering
rapidly. She expects to return to the
University in time to take the exam
The Eugene Choral Society will meet
Monday night with Professor Lyman,
in the Civil Engineering Building, in
stead of Villard Hall.
Whaltatl* tadRtltll Vaalara /•
EDITOR BELIEVES IN
A VIGOROUS POLICY
(Continued from page 1.)
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