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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1917)
University School of Music
June 18 - Aug. 3
<JAn exceptional opportunity for the study of music during
the pleasant part of the year.
^[University credit is given for work in certain courses.
^Special courses and special rates are offered. For example,
in singing, a course of 20 or more lessons is offered for
$30.00. This course covers one semester's work. Other
courses and rates on application.
<ISpecial kindergarten classes in piano for children.
Ralph H. Lyman
Jane Scotford Thacher
Howard T. Annett
Frank V. Badollot
Harmony and History of Music
Howard T. Annett.
We want to answer questions: Ask “Dean School of Music”
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BEFORE YOU LEAVE FOR HOME
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ALUMNI NOTES |
Gamma Phi Beta expects Grace Lilly,
’14. who has been teaching at Ashland
and Katherine Bridges, ’30 from Grants
• Pass to spend Commencement at the
Nellie Cox, ’10, teaching at Medford
will be down to get her diploma.
Mildred Riddle, ’15 ,and Selma Bau
miin, ox-’IS will be here for the Alpha
Jennie Hunter, ’15, who has been |
teaching at Medford the past year plans
to attend summer school in Eugene.
Chester Wolcott, ex-’17, has been
spending a few days at the Beta house.
He is engaged in the lumber business.
Recently he visited Lloyd Barzee, ’13,
who is teaching school in Stockton, Cal.
Leslie Tooze, ’10, who has boon or
dered to I’lattsburg to the officers’ re
serve camp, may he transferred to the
l’residio. He leaves his studies at Har
vard at once.
Agnes Driscoll, ex-’lX, will spend Com
mencement at the Tri Kelt house. She
has been teaching a" Ely.
Carlton Spencer, ’13, was in Eugene
Tuesday attending to a law case in court
here. He is a practising attorney in
The American magazine, for June,
which has just come out, contains the
first of a series of tramp stories Vy
Edison Marshall, ex-’17. It is entitled
“Vagabonds or Gentlemen” and is based
on personal experiences Marshall en
countered while beating his way with
buboes. The writer is now in Medford
where he resides.
Elmer Spencer went to Butte, Mont.,
on business e , rly this month and will
remain until August. He expects to go
from there to New York. Spencer
taught school at Woouburn during the
Hon Dorris, ’15, went to the Presidio
Vernon Garrett, ex-’lti, is home from
school in California and stopped a few
days in Eugene. lie has been attend
ing the University of California.
Louise Bailey, ’Hi, is home from Pen
dleton high school where she has been
teaching physical training for girls.
Walter Dimm, ’!(!, who is connected
with the Standard Oil Company in Se
attle, has just been promoted to a higher
Vere Windragle, ex-'Ki, former crack
miler has joined the officers’ reserve
Esther Chalmers, ’lti, and Irva Bur
dick are expected at the Kappa house
Julia l’latt, ex-’IS, bride elect of Joe
McLean, also ex-HS, has been the guest
at. several delightful entertainments in
Portland. The wedding is scheduled for
June !t at her home; Bridesmaids will be
Erma Keithley. Louise Manning. Myrtle
Smith and Louise Adams. Miss Smith
will be host at a dinner in her honor
the night before the ceremony.
Hazel Ralston, ’15, announced her en
gagement to Ensign Arthur D. St ruble
this month and was expected to leave
i for California at any date. The wed
| ding day depended upon Mr. Struble's
i orders. He was stationed aboard the
l uited States supply ship Glacier oper
ating in the Pacific, lately in San Fran
cisco awaiting departure. Miss Ralston
originally intended to be married iu Sep
Wallace Benson, 'll, was in town last
week-end. He is a lawyer for the
Guisenberry Next Year’s Presi
dent; Center, Secretary.
(By Floyd South)
Wednesday May 23rd was the last reg
ular business meeting of the band for
this year at which time the officers to
serve next year were elected as fol
President, Russell Quisenberry; vice
president, Newton Cento-, manager, >
Tony Goreczky; secretary, Jay Gore; 1
librarian, Richard Nelson.
The past year has been, without doubt,
the most successful in the history of the
U. of O. band. Since Professor Albert
Perfect was appointed director, the once
famous discordant “Boola band” has
been transfirmed into a real concert or
ganization susceptible to the detailed
movements of the baton. Besides di
recting the band Professor Perfect, as
a member of the faculty of the school of
music, has composed and arranged music
for band or orchestra, but unfortunately
the credit for much of this work has
The members of the band together
with Professor Perfect have worked
hard throughout the year with only con
ditional promises of a trip. However
when a concert tour was pronounced im
possible, May 18th was the time agreed
upon for a concert in Eugene but the
committee on dates later refused this
date as a commonwealth conference was
being held on the campus at that time.
The band will be heard in a concert
next fall about one month after school
begins and if Professor Perfent is still
in command this musical event will, with
out doubt, start the new year off right.
Compulsory military drill is the key
note in the existence and upbuilding of
a university band, hence the outlook
for next year’s band is very optomistic.
The band is a strictly student organ
ization and deserves a trip next year
equal to that taken by other musical or
ganizations in the past.
ALUMNAE HONOR ROLL
The following members of the
Oregon State Alumnae Associa
tion have paid their dues yearly
KATHERINE P. BEAN
EDIT1I K. CHAMBERS
LAURA B. CARTER
NETTIE M. COLLIER
JENNIE D. HARRIS
THERESA WAG HE NIIEIMER ♦
ANNE WHITAKER ♦
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
♦ MASK and BUSKIN CHAPTER ♦
♦ of A. U. P. ♦
♦ elects ♦
♦ DALE MELROSE ♦
♦ ERNEST NAIL ♦
♦ JAY GORE ♦
ANSEL R. CLARK
(honorary of Portland)
announces the pledging of
GLADYS VAN NCYS
♦ KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
♦ announces the pledging of
♦ ALICE VANDER SLITS
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