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Quakes as Austrian
By GORDON RIDGEWAY
VIENNA, Feb. 15- As Chancellor Kurt Schushnlgg of Austria
tonight revised his cabinet o introduce three ministers sympathetic
toward Nazi Germany, further potential trouble was injected into
Europe’s bubbling brew.
The three appointees, all of whom enjoy the confidence of Adolf
Hitler, were named to the positions of minister of interior, minister
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At. the start of the second period,
Friel’s men broke into a sprint to
hoist a barrage of field goals and
in two and one-lialf minutes score
They held a 35-to-23 advantage
at the end of 10 minutes of play in
the final chucker when little Wal
ly Johansen, blond howitzer artist
of the Ducks, put on a virtual
"one-man” rally. He swished the
net for seven points to boost the
Ducks to within three points of the
Staters with about two minutes I
left in the game.
Playing hard defensive ball, the
Cougars checked little Wally with
the count standing at 40 to 37
in favor of the Crimson and Gray
clad boys. The Ducks failed to hit
the bucket in the final two min
utes, while the Cougars increased
their lead another three points.
A1 Hooper, speedy guard of the
Cougars, paced the .State attack
with 12 points. He was matched
exactly by Johansen of Oregon.
Laddie Gale, Oregon’s northern j
division scoring record-ladder, re
ganied his shooting eye somewhat
and pitched S) points through the
Oregon f 37>
Sarpola, f .
Pavalunas, f ...
Dick, c .
FG FT TP
. 2 15
. 0 0 0
.3 3 9
. 0 0 0
Johansen, g .5
Mullen, g ... 0
Anet, g . 1
WSC (44) FG
Chase, f . 4
Kerpa, f . 1
Miller, f. 0
Kosich, c . 3
Jennings, c . 2
Carlson, g . 3
Hooper, g . 4
Half time score: Oregon
Washington State 20.
Persona fouls: Silver 3, Gale 3,
Wlntermute 2, Johansen 4, Ain't
3. Chase 2, Kerpa 3, Kosich 2, Jen
nings 1, Carlson 4, Hooper 1.
Free throws missed: Silver 1,
Anet 2. Chase 1, Kerpa 2, Miller
1, Jennings 1, Hooper 2.
Referee, Emil Piluao, Portland:
umpire, Perry Mitchell, Renton.
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already been tentatively completed,
with minor parts not likely to be
cast before the beginning of spring
term, Robinson said. There are
only two speaking parts of any
length in the production, the great
er being “Peer," which is the long
est ever written. Several long
soliliquies have been selected.
Now that most of the script is
ready, designing of sets can pro
ceed and some of the actual build
ing begin, according to Robinson.
The complete musical score in
Victor records has been ordered
for use in rehearsals. This will
eliminate the necessity of having
the University symphony at each
rehearsal. The records will eventu
ally be placed in the Carnegie room
in the music building, Robinson
The show in its entirety runs
nearly five and a half hours in the
versions given in Oslo, Seattle, and
other cities. This, Robinson stated,
was being reduced to about half
that length by elimination of some
of the less significant parts.
Dance Groups Train
Dance casting will probably not
begin until the first of spring term
The dance numbers will be done by
members of Miss Paasikivi’s ad
vanced dancing groups, who are
already trained to some extent, so
that dancing numbers will not re
quire as long preparation as the
speaking parts. Learning of line
for the difficult speaking parts
must begin very soon, Robinson
said, in order that they will be
ready by April 26, the date set for
Not until the beginning of spring
term will all departments of the
production function together. From
that time until the final showing
of the super-spectacle the cast will
work at top speed.
ot justice, anu minister without
English and French offices in
London and Paris expressed “un
pleasant surprise and disappoint
ment that Chancellor Schushnigg
had submitted to German pres
Unrevealed sources said that the
Italian ambassador in England had
assured British foreign secretary
Anthony Eden that Mussolini
would stand for Austrian indepen
WASHINGTON, Feb. 15 —Ad
ministration leaders in the capitol
said today that the government
may take steps to stop the decline
of commodity prices. President
Roosevelt told reporters that the
prices are too low, and should go
up—but not too much.
GALLTPOLIS, O., Feb. IT.—The
leal chapter of the chamber of
commerce in this city today laid
plans for one of its biggest civic
observances- to honor Oscar Odd
McIntyre, nationally known colum
nist who died early in the week.
Every minister in the town of
7000 will participate in the funeral
Thursday. Business houses, schools
and public offices in Gallia county
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universities could benefit from the
Similar Conference Due
Hr. Boyer said that another con
ference along similar lines might
be called this summer, if all the
members felt a need for such a
Among the schools represented
were the universities of Oregon,
Washington, Idaho, Utah, and Col
orado; Oregon State College, Wash
ington State college. In ad
dition, many special representa
tives from all over the nation were
Authority on Orient
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ton Close” . . . otherwise, Josef
Washington Hall. The Japanese,
wishing to discover this "Upton
Close,” paid him money to go
through the lines looking for him
Upton Close was “on the spot”
during the 1919 student revolu
tion, the famine of 19U0 and the
great earthquake. At one time he
was editor of the Peking daily, de
cendant of the world's oldest news
paper. His book about the earth
quake, "Where the Mountains
Walked,” brought his election to
the Explorer’s club of New York.
Student audiences will appre
ciate his background as an ade
quate one for a discussion of the
topic of oriental relations during
the present crisis.
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By rum A Kneehind
Mayflower: “Stage Poor" and
McDonald: “It's Love I’rn Af
ter" and “Scandal Street.”
Heilig: “Manhattan Merry
Go-Round” and “Escape by
Rex: “Life of Ernile Zola”
and “Bulldog Drummond Comes
KORE: 8:30 — Emerald
Rhythm Review with Babe Bin
ford's orchestra. 10:30—Emer
ald News Broadcast.
NBC: 5:30—Tommy Dorsey;
C — Fred Smith banquet: 7
—Hollywood Parade with Dick
Powell, Rosemary Lane, George
Brent, Olivia de Haviland; 9—
Town Hall with Fred Allen.
CBS: 6—Chesterfield program
with Lawrence Tibbett; G:30—
Ben Bernie with Lew Lehr, Jane
Pickens: 8:30—Texaco with Ed
die Cantor, Deanna Durbin; 9
Cavalcade of America.
Dance orchestras: 10—NBC—
Louis Panico; 10:30- NBC—
Jimmy Grier; 11—CBS—Ted
Fio Rito. I KORE from 9:30 to
Tonight at C will be broadcast
the second annual banquet of the
Fred Smiths. Some f>00 of these
Smiths will gather at the Hotel
New Yorker to celebrate.
Story of the Louisiana Purchase
will be the essence of tonight’s
Cavalcade of America.
OVERTURE GETS STATE JOB
James Overturf, who has served
as research assistant to Dr. H. R.
Crosland, associate professor of
psychology, this year accepted the
position of statistician with the
Oregon State Unemployment Com
pensation commission, yesterday.
Mr. Overturf will have charge of
the statistical treatment test data
for the commission.
Ronnie Robinson to
In Wedding Pageant
To Bear Ring in Final Ceremony Thursday
At 8:15 Three Model Weddings Will Be
Given by Campus Personalities
Latest addition to the outstanding “campus” personalities taking
part in the YVV Wedding Belles pageant to be held Thursday evening
at 8:15 at the music auditorium is Ronnie “King of Hearts" Robinson,
small son of Mack Robinson, track star.
Ronnie will be the “ringbearer” in the Futuristic, surprise-theme
wedding* which is the final number on the evening’s full program.
Well-known to basketball fans for his rhythmic accompaniment to all
band numbers, Ringbeaier Ronnie will have full omxn tnnitv to disnlav
his talents in the program Thurs
Costumes From Portland
Elizabeth Ann DeBusk and
Frank Drew have been selected
for the bridal couple in the pic
turesque Colonial wedding. Gayle
Buchanan, AWS president, is the
maid-of-honor, and Tom Miles will
be the best man. Costumes of the
era have been imported from Port
land for members of the wedding
party, according to Virginia Mc
Corkle, Colonial wedding chair
Military Wedding Slated
Honorary Little Colonel Mary
Jane Mahoney will portray the
bride in the modern military wed
ding, and Jack Enders, KOTC ca
det colonel, will be the groom. Over
sixteen men attendants will form
the arch-of-swords characteristic
of such bridal parties.
Bride and groom for the Futur
istic wedding are Oregon’s ideal
campus couple, Marjorie Bates and
Phi Beta trio will provide music
for the program.
BISHOP DAG WELL GUEST
Bishop Dagwell of the Episcopal
church in Portland will be enter
tained for lunch today at the Tri
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living. Culture, claimed the father,
came first, above all else, and when
his daughters attended the uni
versity he would not let them ma
jor in education for fear they
might prostitute their learning.
This, Dean Jewell believes, is en
tirely the wrong atitude. “Making
a living must come first,” he said.
However, he pointed out, al
though school boards as an or
ganization insist on hiring teach
ers who can teach fundamental
branches of learning, if there is
any choice to be made, the teacher
who has had the most extra-aca
demic activities will have the edge
on the others every time. He who
can act as advisor in the greatest
variety of school activities is defi
nitely at an advantage.
Tn times of depression, the dean
said, the teachers of music and art
are first to go, but their loss is
regretted much more than would
be that of teachers of algebra and
English, as a rule. But it is the
algebra teachers who hold their
Uho your Associated credit card
There will be a Gamma Alph
Chi meeting Wednesday at
o'clock in the College Side.
Students will meet in Westmir
ster house tonight at 10 o'clock fo
a social problem discussion.
Alpha Kappa Psi will meet tlii
afternoon at 5 o’clock in room 10
Pi Mu Epsilon will meet tonigh
in room 20G Deady.
The Propeller club will meet to
night in the fireplace room, YMCi
hut, at 7:30. Moving pictures o:
rubber production will be showr
What problems a teacher meets
with in the course of his work will
be discussed by Lawrence Moffit,
Lane county school superintendent,
at Westminster house tonight at
7:30. Prospective teachers are
especially asked to attend.
There will be a meat cutting
demonstration for the class in
foods in McClure hall tonight at
The Camera club will meet in
the journalism building tonight at
7:15. The meeting will consist of
Meml>ers of the futuristic wed
ding party of the YW Wedding
Belles pageant will meet at 4 ’o
clock at the YW bungalow.
Master Dance will meet tonight
at 7:30. Everyone please be pres
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A group of campus males intend
to pay a visit to' the ZTA house
shortly. They claim their inter)'
tions are 3trietly on the up ant
up, taut, we wonder how man3
smokes the boys will he able to get
although they stocked up on thi;
particular brand of tobacco befor<
1 the rush started, many eating
* house proprietors find it is hart
to keep up with the demand. On<
of the boys who is on the payrol
of the Siberrian ice cream shoj
r claims that he will be counting
cigarettes in his sleep instead o)
the conventional sheep.
3 And to the reformers who art
^ always harping about how the stu
dent’s hard earned money goes ug
in smoke, we can now smile, till
our noses heaventvard and exclaim
‘■IT'S A GIFT."
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