Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 03, 1929, Page 4, Image 4

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    University of Oregon, Eugene
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The Oregon Daily Emerald, official publication of the Associated Students of the
University of Oregon, Eijgene, issued daily except Sunday and Monday, during the
college year. Member of the Pacific Inter-collegiate Press. Entered in the post office
at Eugene, Oregon, as second class matter. Subscription rates, $2.50 a year. Adver
tising rates upon application. Residence phone, manager, 2799. Jo Stofiel, secretary.
Day Editor This /mm*—'Ruth Newman
Ninht Editor This Issue - Merlin Blais
Asst. Night Editors This Issue— Marthiel Duko
Fern Baker
Musical Envoys
Of Good Will
'T'lIE Royal Belgian Guards,
on their good-will tour of
America, stopped in Eugene
yesterday and presented to the
University of Oregon students
and to the townspeople two of
the most outstanding converts
that have been heard in recent
It is altogether appropriate
that musicians, such as those
who appeared here yesterday,
should be the envoys of peace
and good-will from one nation,
one people, to another. There
is some indescribable quality
in music that warms the heart
of the listener and gives him
a feeling of friendliness toward
11n* musician. It, would be dif
ficult for anyone who heard
the concerts yesterday to har
bor any ill will toward the
Guards, or toward the nation
of Belgium.
Tlit* Belgians are not the only
musicians who have toured
the world, spreading every
| where a feeling of friendship.
Last fall, and also two years
ago, the Russian ehoir appear
ed before large audiences here.
Last year a group of English
singers were here, and the il
lustrious Teuton lady, Madame
Schumann - 1 leink. Each of
these contributed to the audi
ence a bit of the life, the tradi
tions and the ideals of the na
tions fro mwhicli they came.
It is such mingling of people
of one country with those of
another, such unity of tastes
in the love of music and other
things beautiful, that is con
tributing more to world peace
and international good-will
than are all the peace pacts
and disarmament conferences.
For what can mere agree
ment^ between nations be in
comparison to the understand
ing of one another's
Drippings From
The Keg Spigot
Edited by : : Mike Griffin
By Radcliffo Hall
Hooks, In souk* respect, arc a good
(Jelll like women. The woman with
a [last lias a good deal more lure
than has her less fortunate and
more virtuous sister, and the sup
pressed book will immediately at
tract more renders than will the
plain, ordinary, garden variety
novel. ,
“The Well of Loneliness” is, or
rather has been, suppressed. Of
course, the ban was in England, and
that isn't tpiite as good as if it
were suppressed in the United
Stales and had to be bootlegged,
but il is still sweet, forbidden fruit.
A furtherance of the analogy id'
this book with women might be
that it is very disappointing. Al
though it is a beautifully written
tiling, it is both tiresome and pun
dermis and il is detailed to a fault.!
It may be a perfect psychological
sketch of homosexuality, and it tnai
be a good argument for a place in
society for unfortunate inverts. It|
probably is both of these things.
Hut the ending of the book spoils
it for a thesis, and the method of
handling the book spoils it for a
novel. '
Even ns the inverts Miss Hall
writes about, this work has no def
inite notch in any category.
* Apologies, li. V. H.
I HIM I k> I
A liit of tlio colorful southwest
has bin'll 1 rji uspoiti'il In tin* Mr
Jn;ilit theater this week in Richard
Dix's latest film, “Reilskiu,” ami
the charms of nature are faithfully
reproduced oa the serein in all the
hills of the rainbow. I'ix has once
ayaiu turned his attentions to the
more serious side of the drama and
has made this film an even greater
sueeess than "The \ amshinj' Aim r
ieun." “Redskin” is a beautiful
Indian love drama of the Romeo and
Juliet variety and is unusually well
handled for a production of this
sort. (Iludys Belmont, a newcomer
to the screen, has the feminine lead
and certainly takes a timidly share
Of the lienors away from Dix with
!ht charming personality mid Cliar
uc tor portrayal.
Although the theme anil action
of the film are unquestionably
good, the real charm of the picture
is in the teehnieolorcil landscape
scenes and weird Indian ceremonies.
Really good pictures of the red lfien
are so scarce that. Redskin” prob
ably owes its appeal more to its
unique plot and locale rather than
to its dramatic technique.
McDONALD—ItiHiard Dix in
"Uedskin,” with technicolored
scenes. Also “The Lion’s Roar,’’
an all-talking comedy, and “Oswald”
with his band.
COLONIAL Ramon Navarro and
Anita I'age in “The Plying Fleet.”
Also Charlie Chase in "Is Every
body llappv,” a first run comedy.
REX Hoot Hibson in "iSmilin’
Huns.” Also the Manhattan Flay
ers in “Why Husbands Ho Wrong.’’
an all star cast.
Eugene Branch of Oregon
Teachers Hold Music Fest
(Continued from Page One)
Stationery, and Eugene music
teachers; vocal groups, including
girls’ sextettes and boys’ quartets,
prir.es to be a three day vacation at
Oregon Caves.
Tomorrow afternoon's session will
be presided over by Anne Lands- .
burs Heck, the events being as fol- '
lows: girls’ glee club, copeting for I
the silver cup given by Mu l’hi Ep
silon to be held one year only by the !
winner; mixed chorus, prize to be
silver cup donated by Eugene mu
sic teachers’ association, aud to be i
held one year only by the winner; j
accompanists, first prize to be a
leather bound, gilt edge diary given
by tin* Cressey book store.
■Saturday evening at 7:110 p. m.,
a program will be given the dele
gales which will include a high
school chorus under the direction of
John Stark Evans. Also, all win
neis in entries of the contest vvill
play or sing.
The committee for the music fest
is as follows; Mrs. t’rudence t’lark,
chairman, Miss Evelyn Hew, Mr.
Rex I’uderwood, Mrs. Madge Hamil
ton. Miss Harriet fluid will, and Mis.
John 1!. l’atlerson.
The Asklcpiads auuouucu tiic
pledging of:
Kenneth C. Brown
Donald O. McGowan
Tilman J. Peterson
Roger Do Busk.
Melvin Johnson
01! EGON.
Mr. Hill, of the local station
KORE, after visiting a class yes
terday, declared that the snoring
would make broadcasting next to
* * n
Longer Coats for Men’s Chorus
Only Serious Change
“Oh Dear” last night passed un
der the scrutiny of a hundred mag
nifying glasses and as many micro
scopes, but tonight the curtain will
go up on the show practically in
tact. The only part objected to was
the line, “Curse you, Charlie Ox!”
The censors recommended that the
line be changed to, “Dam you, Mis
ter Ox, I wish you were in hell!”
The change 'was made and the
show moved on.
Here are Edith
Pearson and Jack
(“Bud”) Reynolds
and their specialty
number in “Oh
Dear.” The dance, a
decidedly new one,
was discovered by
Edith & Bud accident one night
last term while danc
ing over the old hump in the Campa
Shoppe floor.
* * *
Kutc, kid
dish kut of Kid
Kelly Slocum,
who plays the
part of an in
nocent young
Sigma, N u
pledge in “Oh
Dear. ’ ’
K. Slocum
* *
D. B. Hendricks
‘‘Da n iol ’ ’
Boone H e n -
dricks, but no
relative of the
guy you ’re
thinking o f.
Not related to
Paul Kevere,
either, even if
he does make
midnight rides.
He writes mu
sic, is a mem
ber of Phi Be
ta Kappa, and
directs ‘‘Oh
Dear. ’ ’
Don John
ston, who docs
n’t sing or
play the piano,
is just as crazy
as Hendricks.
The two of
them got to
g e t h e r and
‘‘Oh Dear”
what a result!
T h e y leave
right after the
show tonite for D. M. Johnston
South America _
or anywhere.
iJi ■ *.e
ft * !S
The following picture
shows Boh Warner,
dancing and specialty
specialist, at dress (?)
rehearsal. It seems tho
Kappa Sig house is short
one pair of pants and
Bob was tho last man
to dress.
« * »
* Prospective candidates for
* Associate Editor of the Ore
gon 1'aiU Emerald, according
* to a recent poll taken by *
■ Puck Soup:
Johnny Anderson
Walter Norhlad
Harold Kelley
l.aWanda I’enlason
Hex Tossing
Naomi Moshberger
James SwiuUells
Oharlie t>\
* A. S. E. O.
* v w >v ® w »
* * *
Those men, who by the way have
sung a great deal over the radio,
hold the record for having received
the greatest number of requests.
(Requests to stop singing.)
rut: poN v ('Hours wipe
SOME" i, Ihav -addle be when \ ou
are gone.)
» * *
Phi Kappa Esi wishes to announce
that i - imported sniff-hound is
ready t.> challenge all vomers in the
intramural dog fight league now be
ing conducted by this column. No
new watches have been reported
since yesterday.
* * *
A Satire : By Wilfred Brown
BOOK V (Continued)
And in my dream I saw Student
that night present himself at the
House of the Kappa sisterhood. Co
edia cameth presently unto him, and
when she seeth that he weareth not
the black and white costume, she
sayeth unto him:
COEDIA: But student, thou wear
est not the black and white
costume. Knowest thou not that it
is required at the grand ball which
is to be held this night at the Col
legia Ian Tavern?
STUDENT: Aye, C'oedia, I know
it well. But behold, I am not pos
ossed of a black and white cos
tume. Neither hath I the ability
to borrow such a garment, nor the
script with which to pay the rental
on tiie same. But thou saidest un
to me yesterday within the burial
ground that thou wouldst go any
place with me, do anything which
I wisheth, so behold, here are two
pasteboards which shall admit us
to the grand ball which is this night
to be held at the Collegia Inn Tav
COEDIA: Well, I shall go. But
I fear me that thou slialt feel thy
self embarrassed and out of place.
STUDENT: Nay, not with thee.
So student and Coedia came unto
the hall room of the Collegia Inn i
Tavern, where there were gathered I
together a great multitude of pil
grims, male and female, who ca
vorted about to the strains of or
chestral music. Student perceived
that all of the other pilgrims were
clad in the black and the costumes,
and as he entered looked at him
askance, casting contemptuous
glances in his direction, hut he
heeded them not but went out upon
the floor with Coedia upon his arm.
Student and Coedia set themselves
to dance, as did the remainder of |
the pilgrims assembled there. But
they had barely begun when Student
felt cut tap him upon the shoulder,
lie turned and beheld Halfback, a
pilgrim whom lie had once- before
met with on His journey, one of the
Athletes of the land.
STUDENT: What now, good sir?
HALFBACK: Check, thou art out.
I shall cavort with the damsel for
a time.
And so saying Halfback took pos
ession of Coedia and- led her blithe
ly down the floor leaving Student
standing alone in the.Juidst of the
other couples. At length Halfback
released Coedia, but no sooner bad
he done so than Flutter, another of
Student’s acquaintances, crowded in
ahead of him and claimed the maid
cn. What Frater released Ceedia,
Halfback claimed her once again,
and so it went throughout the even
ing. When Student entreated cer
tain other of the females to cavort
upon the dancing floor with him,
each looked curiously at his attire
and then pleaded other engage
At length, when the dancing was
at an end, Halfback led Coedia un
to the refreshment stand, and there
did he eat heartily making much
merriment the while. Afetr that
they betook themselves to the house
of the Kappa sisterhood, paying not
one whit of attention te Student.
The next day as Student journey
ed along the pathways of the Happy
Land of Collegia, he met with Co
edia and Halfback in the vicinity
of the burial ground. Student bowed
himself low as he passed them, but
Coedia turned neither her eyes to
the right nor to the left. After
they had passed Student heard them
speak one unto the other:
COEDIA: I prithee, Halfback,
what is the name of yon fresh per
son ?
HALFBACK: Gracemary, Coedia.
Damn if I know.
Student, hearing these words, cast
a glance backwards in the direction
of the two who were entering into
the burial ground, and then betook
himself all the more hastily down
the roadway in the direction of the
Golden City of Education.
(Here Endetli Book V)
(To be continued)
Women Choose Captains
Captains for the women’s intra
mural baseball teams have just been
selected, according to the announce
ment of May Moore, head of that
sport. Women chosen were: Ella
Rcdkey, freshman; Mary Agnos
Hunt, sophomores; Marjorie Goff,
juniors; Hilda Top, seniors; and
lone Garbe, mixed team.
The junior team won Wednesday
afternoon from the mixed team with
a score of 11-2.
Music group of Philomelete will
moot Sunday afternoon at 5
o’clock in the men's room of the
Woman 's building.
Monsike of Philomelete will meet
Sunday afternoon at 4:00 in the
women’s lounge of the Woman's
building. Visitors welcome.
Beta Alpha Psi members, import
ant business meeting and initia
tion, (1:00 at men’s lounge, Wom
an ’s building. Banquet at An
Philomelete members please sign up
for pins at dean of women’s of
fice by Saturday noon.
Charm school metting Sunday after
noon at 5:15, women’s lounge,
Woman Vbuilding.
When spring-time days
come around and you want an extra
treat, just sit down to a bowl of
crisp Kellogg’s Corn Flakes and
sliced bananas! Breakfast, lunch
or supper—on the campus or off!.
The most popular ready-to-eat
cereals served in the dining
rooms of American colleges,
eating clubs and fraternities
are made by Kellogg in Battle
Creek. They include ALL-BRAN,
Rice Krispies, Pep Bran
Flakes, Krumbles and Kellogg’s
Shredded Whole Wheat Bis
cuit. Also Kaf
fee Hag Coffee
—real coffee
that lets you
Whither away,
Sir Knight ?
Jhere's a knightly warrior, immortalized by
Mr. Stephen Leacock, who under the stress of
i ntense excitement “mounted his horse and rode
away in all directions.’* Whether he ever ar
rived is not recorded.
To us, this giddy hero is a perfect example
of how not to make cigarettes. We hold that a
cigarette is a smoke, and a good smoke is a bless
ing, so to that end alone have Chesterfields
been ripened, blended and manufactured.
Mild as they are, not a jot of the true, rich
tobacco flavor has been lost. When the best
tobaccos on the market are bought you can
be tertain they’ll deliver the taste. Chesterfields
are as natural as a field of sweet clover;
and they satisfy the taste superlatively well,
always !
Once a man has checked up on the above
pleasant news, there’ll be no "riding away ia
all directions” for him!
MILD enough for anybody,. an d yet.. THE Y SATISFY