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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1940)
SDX Pushes Plans
For Annual Dance
Sigma Delta Chi. r.ationai pro
fessional journ.'.listic fraternity,
v/jlt hold its annual spring dance
oil Saturday. April 13, in McAr
thur Court, Jim; .tie Leonard, dance
chairman, anno :r»ced yesterday.
Final arrangements for the
signing of an orchestra have not
been ^completed, hut the society
will attempt to bring a well-known
bar. l to the campus, in answer to
many requests from the students,
Leonar t said.
•Commiteo members for the dance
Cass to Speak
William Cass, graduate assist
ant in psychology, will speak be
fore the psychology club .next Fri
day evening in the men’s lounge of
Gerlinger hall. He will discuss var
ious phases of “conditioning."
have been selected, but will not
be announced until later in the
week. Dick Williams has been
handling the preliminary work to
signing for an orchestra. James L.
C. Ford, assistant professor of
journalism .and faculty advisor to
Sigma Delta Chi, said yesterday
that he had been working on ar
rangements for an unusual dance
attraction, but refused to give any
further information until later.
Everybody enjoys the refreshing'
delieiousness of ice cream. Every
body app -ciatcs the energy, pep
and endurance derived from the
health-giving elements of pure ice
cream . . . and everybody agrees
that Medo-Lund Ice Cream is best
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ASUO Card Holders
To Get Reduction to
Tragedy unfurls when East and
West merge in "Madame Butter
fly," which San Carlos Opera com
pany players bring to McArthur
court for an evening performance
tomorrow at 8. Hizi Koyke, "dainty
Japanese artist,” rated by critics
as "the greatest living Mme. But-;
terfly,” sings in the title role.
Portraying the little child "Trou-1
ble" in the performance, will be‘
Dawn Wood, daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Floyd Wood of Floral Hill,;
Eugene, being chosen by Madame
Rose McGrew, former opera star,
following an elimination process I
in which scores of local children
"Madame Butterfly" is the trag
ic story of Cio-Cio-San (Hizi Koy- \
kei, who devotes herself to he£
American husband, an officer in
the United States navy (Francis
Pernilli, tenor), only to see him
return after three years’ leave of
absence with an American wife.:
The latter two seek custody of I
Butterfly's child, which the Japa
nese maiden releases. However,
when her former husband, Lieuten
ant Pinkerton, arrives to obtain
the youngster, Cio-Cio-San (Mme.
Butterfly) has committed suicide'
with her father's sword.
Included in the cast, besides Hizi!
Koyke in the title role, are Char
lotte Bruno, portraying Cio-Cio
San's faithful servant; Francis,
Pernilli, Lieutenant Pinkerton of
the United States navy and Butter-;
fly’s husband who “walked out” j
on her: Mario Vallo and the
American consul, Sharpless (at!
Nagasaki); Richard Wentworth
in the basso role of Prince Yama
dori and the Bonze; and Francesco
Curci and the Goro, marriage
broker. Carlo Peroni conducts.
Admission prices run 85 cents,
$1.10, and $1.65, with ASUO card-;
holders receiving a cut. Exchange \
tickets will be issued at the door, i
Dr. Staples Speaks
Dr. Loyd W. Staples, instructor
in geology, discussed the origin of
quicksilver before the Oregon sec
tion of the American Institute of
Mining and Metallurgical Engi
neer's last Friday night in Port
SHORTHAND — TYPEWRITING
Edward L. Ryan, B.S., LL.B., Mgr.
I. O. O. F. Buildg., Eugene
SEE BARKER AND SEE
HIS FINE VIOLINS
in tone quali
ties. Some aie
extra good, old
and m e 11 o \v
The !>etter ones are priced
at $50.00. $75.00. $100.00,
$150.00 and $300. These ate
left with me for sale.
Also cheaper instruments
from $5.00 to $35.00 —
Strings an 1 other fixtures
for violins. I also do violin
M. S. BARKER
760 Willamette Street
For a Snack or a Feast . . . .
Before or after the Dance !
Cafe Del Rey
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