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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1923)
MU PHI EPSILON
First Program on Saturday
in Alumni Hall
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ALL WOMEN ARE INVITED
Organization to Make Trips
Again This Year
Mu Phi Epsilon, women's national
musical fraternity, recently announced
their program for the year. There will
be eight programs, four of which will b«
for the University, and the remainder
for the townspeople. The majority of
them will be held in the reception room
of the school of music.
The year’s program is as follows:
October 20, miscellaneous, chairman, Vir
ginia Owens; Novomber 17, ultra mod
ern music, chairman, Aurora Underwood;
December 15, lecture on the “Passion
Play" by Mrs. Anne Landsbury Beck
and Dr. Landsbury; January 19, “The
Music of the Slav,” chairman, Mrs. Jane
Thacher; February 14, program for Uni
versity assembly, chairman, Gwendolen
Lampshire; March 15, “American
Music,” chairman, Virginia Owens;
April 19, “Russian Music,” chairman,
Frances Pierce; May 17, “Folk Music,”
chairman, Bernice Yeo.
First Program Saturday
The first program will be held Sat
urday, October 20, at Alumni hall. Tea
will bo served from 2:30 to 4:00 p.
m., and as it is the first program of
the year, all the women students of the
school of music are invited, and are
urged to attend for the miscellaneous
program is considered by Beulah Clarke,
president of Mu Phi Epsilon, as one of
the best of the year. There will bo six
or seven numbers including piano, vocal
and instrumental numbers, also a trio.
.Concerts were given last year by mem
bers of tlio fraternity in Cottage Grove
and Wendling, Oregon. It is thought by
Miss Clarke that this will bo repeated
again this year, and that they will also
make another more extensive trip.
Scholarships Are Given
Two scholarships wore awarded by
the fraternity last year. The two women
in the music department honored wero
Mary Burton, student of violin, and
Bernice Yco, student of piano. These
scholarships entitled them to one year’s
lessons at the University of Oregon
school of music.
Mu Phi Epsilon is considered by the
faculty of the University as one of the
finest scholastic fraternities. It serves
as an inspiration for the many women in
the school of music to accomplish finer
things. At present there are 26 mem
bers, including the faculty members.
The personnel of Nu chapter of Mu
Phi Epsilon is as follows: Beulah
Clarice, president; Aurora Underwood,
vice-president; Virginia Owens, record
ing secretary; Francos Pierce, corres
ponding socetary, Mrs. Dixon, treasurer;
Mrs. Pearson, chorister; Bernice Yeo, j
warden; Gwendolen Lampshire, histor
ian; Jane O’Reilly, chaplain and alum
nae secretary; Ruth Akers, Mrs. Anne
Beck, Mrs. Douglass, Joanna James,
Eloise McPherson, Mrs. Jane Thacher,
Olga Wickberg, Lucille Murton, Helen
Harper, Hildred Hall, Lucille Elrod,
Dorothy Dickey, Helen Caples, Anna
belle Denn, Nina Warnock, ClairT© Col
lette, Charlotte Nash and Mrs. P. L.
FELIPE GAMBOA TO HEAD
New Members Chosen at Club Meeting;
Dr. Warren Smith Elected
Adviser for Men
Felipe Gamboa was elected president
of the Varsity Phillipinenses at the
first meeting of the club held last
Saturday night at the Y hut. There
are several new members in the club
Other officers fbr the year are:
Manuel Alcid, vice-president; Lazaro
Tatco, secretary; C. Cruz, treasurer.
Dr. Warren D. Smith, professor in the
geology department, was elected ad
One of the new members of the club,
Julian Bocobo, is a graduate student
in the University, having received his
A. B. degree at the University of the
Phillipines several years ago. During
his travels, he spent a year in South
America where he was a newspaper
In response to a welcome to the
new members, Mr. Bocobo said, “The
main reason why I came to the Uni
versity of Oregon was that I had been
informed that a spirit of friendly as
sociation and democratic ideas pre
vailed amng the. students."
The Varsity Phillipmenses, an organi-j
zation of Filipino students registered in;
the University, was formed a year ago
to enable its members to take part in
such athletic, forensic, and social ac-1
tivities as the club should undertake
and to help promote a better under-1
standing between the Filipino and
The next meeting of the club will
be held tonight at the Y. M. C. A. to
outline the plans for the celebration
of the Filipino flag day, October 30.
All members are urged to be present.
Y. W. C. A. MEETING TODAY
Speeches and Music to Feature First
Gathering at Bungalow
At the first Y. W. C. A. meeting of
the year, to be held at the Bungalow
today at five o’clock, there will be two
special speakers, also some good musical
numbers according to Miss Florence
Magowan, secretary. Mrs. Bruce J.
Giffen, wife of the student pastor, will
talk on the place of the Y. W. C. A,
on the campus and why it should have
a place in our lives. Miss Florence
Buck, undergraduate representative,
will explain the purpose of the organi
zation and what it aims to do for us.
Miss Magowan is especially anxious
that the new girls as well as all the
old members be present as this meeting
precedes the membership drive that
begins next week.
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TO COME OCTOBER 25
Aspirants Urged to Sign Names
for Event at Men’s Gym
The regular physical ability test will
be given on October 25, one week from
today. This will be the last test given
for some time, and the staff of the phy
sical education department urges that
all men wishing to take the test take ad
vantage of this opportunity.
In order to take the teet the aspir
ants must sign the sheet on the bulletin
board in the men’s gymnasium before
Wednesday evening, October 24. Any
man not on the sheet will be allowed j
to take the test.
The department will be pleased to help
anyone who wants to practice on the
test if he will report to the office in'
the men’s gymnasium. With a little
practice and with a certain amount of j
skill almost anyone can pass the test.
The advantages of passing the test , are
of particular interest to freshmen be
cause it permits them to choose their
own sport and enables them to develop
in that sport under expert instruction.
This value has been very great in the
last year bed^pse many physical ability
men have become really proficient in
their elected sports. These sports in
clude swimming, tennis, boxing, wrest
ling, handball, basketball, and several
In addition to this advantage physi
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