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IIEI'S (LEE TO VISIT.
EASTERN OREGON 00
10-IUT SUG TRIP
18 Members Included, 8 Con
certs Booked, Millage Bill
to Be Boosted
Starting March 2G, the Men’s Glee
club will leave on its annual concert
tour, this year through central and
eastern Oregon. The trip will last
ten days and eight concerts have been
scheduled, the first to take place at
Albany on March 2G. The second ap
pearance will be at Salem on March
27, and from there the tour will be
made through central and eastern
Oregon towns. Bookings have been
made at The Dalles for March 29;
Bend, March 30; Prineville, March
31; Pendleton, April 1; La Grande
April 2, and Hood River, April 3.
The Glee club will leave Eugene
the day after examinations and return
the day before school begins nexl
semester. The program ,for the toui
has not y et been completed. Ar
opportunity for extensive advertising
of the millage bill will be offered
by the concert tour, aa at each town
the program will include a talk or
the support of the tax measure.
A week-end trip will be taken bj
the club on March 21, when a pro
gram will be presented at Roseburg
under the auspices of the Lycouir
circuit. The home concert is als<
being anticipated by Eugene people
but the date has not yet been decid
Eighteen members will make the
trip, with Professor Albert Lukken
director of the glee club. Following
is the list:
Bass and baritone section—Herald
White, Cottage Grove; Wilbur Hos
tetler, The Dalles; Maurice Eben
Joseph; G. R. Morgan, Hillsboro;
Richard Lyans, Eugene; George
Stearns, Prineville; Dwight Phipps
Medford; Charles Huggins, Hood
River; Glen Morrow, Eugene, and
Curtis Peterson, Eugene.
First and second tenors—George
Hopkins, Claremont, Cal,; Joseph In
gram, Portland; Crecene Fariss, Eu
gene; Carroll Akers, Wasco; Warren
Edwards, Cottage Grove; Ralph Pos
ton, La Grande; Wilbur Phillips, Me
Minnvtlle and Clifford Jope, Colfax
Accompanist, George Hopkins.
THIBAUO IS RARE TREAT
RENOWNED VIOLINIST’S RECITAL
FORMS BIG ATTRACTION
French Musician Who Served in War
is Granted Leading Place by
In the coming of Jacques Thibaud,
(Jaiuousv French violinist* to the
rumpus oil (he evening of March llti
the University lias an opportunity
hardly to he equaled to hear one
of the world's leading violinists, ac
cording to Mrs. Eric Allen, who, with
Rex Underwood of the school of,
music and members of the Associa-;
tion of College Alumnae, has been |
instrumental in arranging the recital.
Mr. Thibaud is recognized the
world over us one of the leading
violinists. Although just beginning
to he famous, he 19 declared by
critics to he second to none. Mr.
Thibaud lias just resumed Ills con
crt work after serving In the French!
army during the war. and his com
ing to the l’acitlc coast is hulled by
musicians as one of the best op *
portunitles to hear a world’s leading!
violinist ever offered the west. -
"The recital is not a money making
proposition,” said Mrs. Eric Allen,
"and should he considered by the
University as one of the most won
derftii opportunities ever ottered it
The reason Eugene and the Culver
sity are not more fortunate in hnv
ing noted musicians visit the campus
is because artists are aware of the
Indifference to musical affairs that
is manifested here. If the Culver
sic Is actively interested in this !
recital and tills the hall to its cap
acity, it will mean in the future a
better chance to bring noted musi
cians to Eugene.’
Mr. Thibaud’s recital was secured
here through the auspices of the
Ellison White musical bureau. Miss
Mary A. Perkins lias charge of the
ticket sale and mail orders will he
tilled. Reserve tickets are $1.50 and
general admission 50 cents.
PHI DELTA PHI LAW
FRATERNITY TO BE BROUGHT
(Continued from page one)
live minute addresses The speeches |
are all to he on win the candidate
desires to become a lawyer. The ,
five candidates are also required to
present photographs of themselves on
the library steps, In the prescribed
attire, before they can be initiated.
Candidates to Take Exam.
When these candidates arrive in
Portland they will be called before
the Supreme Court of Phi Delta Phi,
where they will be given direct and
sweeping examinations over all the
work they have been over so far in
their classes. This i3 more strict
than the state examination for ad
mittance to the bar, said Mr. Spencer.
Ordinarily only 50 per cent pass this,
he said, and the others are never
taken into the fraternity.
-After this examination will come
the formal initiation, and the annual
banquet which will be held in tne
The committee in Portland which
has charge of the initiation is com
posed of Harvey N. Black, Newton
C. Smith, Arthur H. Lewis and John
The Portland chapter has beer
maintained by the alumni since 1915
when the law school was moved tc
Eugene. The Portland alumni chap
ter now has a membership of 35C
from Chase and other chapters, and
includes nearly all the most prom
inent members of the bench and bar
according t j the : egistrar.
Professional Ethics Promoted
The purposes for which Phi Deltc
Phi was founded are to promote
higher standards of professional
ethics and culture in the law schools
and to carry on the Work and exer
cises supplementary to the regulai
work of such schools. The officia
publication of the fraternity is “The
Brief,” a law magazine.
Mr. Spencer, who was the heat
of the Portland chapter in 1915, was
a delegate to the Province conven
tion in San Francisco in the same
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52 Students are now enrolled. All lessons will be given at
the Studio. This school will be maintained permanently in
Eugene. Four sound-proof practising rooms will be ready
by April 1 for the benefit of those who do not own pianos.
Enroll now before all lesson hours are taken. Open from
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DELTA THETA PHI
announces the pledging of
Robert Cosgriff, of Portland.
Mason Dillard, of St. Helens.
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