Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 05, 1940, Page Three, Image 3

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    Anne Fredriksen
Urges Hospitality
As Conclave Theme
Homespun hospitality is a west
ern specialty, and if Oregon’s AWS
President Anne Fredriksen has
anything to say about it, a “col
legized” version of that friendli
ness will be the theme of the re
gional AWS convention here this
“Besides a national basketball
championship,” Miss Fredriksen
explained last night, “I found when
I went east to the national wo
men’s convention last year, that
Oregon is usually thought of as
almost a synonym for friendliness.”
The convention of women lead
ers from over 100 schools through
out western America will be held
here April 15, 16, and 17. A full
program of luncheons, discussion
meetings, panel groups, formal
banquets, a visit to Oregon State
college—these are part of the plans
for entertaining the 200 visitors.
With around 10 delegates being
housed in each living organization,
coeds will have a special oppor
tunity to be friendly and hospit
able, she said. Delegates with sor
ority affiliations here will stay
with their "sisters” on this campus,
while other girls will be welcomed
in various ether living groups.
Interesting feature of each of the
meals served will be "Oregonized”
favors from various local and Port
land merchants.
Gladiola bulbs from southern
Oregon, dried Oregon fruits, nose
gays of Willamette valley flowers,
possible tiny bits of myrtlewood,
and various other personalized sou
venirs will be given at each of the
several luncheons and banquets.
Performers Listed
By Artists' Series
Names such as Fritz Kreisler,
Richard Crooks, Lawrence Tibbett
and Paul Robeson figure in the an
nual artists series announcement
made by the Ellison-White bureau,
Portland concert management.
These artists, all consistently
popular with music-lovers through
out the state of Oregon, will be
presented in Portland’s public audi
torium during the 1940-41 concert
series. The series will get under
way in October with a concert by
Lawrence Tibbett.
Also listed in the new concert
series are Dorothy Maynor, sensa
tional negro soprano; Bidu Sayao,
the Brazilian lyric soprano of the
Metropolitan opera; and Vladimir
Horowitz, noted Russian pianist.
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you that happy after-sense
of complete refreshment.
That’s why millions enjoy
it every day. It had to be
good to get where it is. So,
get a Coca-Cola, and get
the feel of refreshment.
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Spanish Pianist
To Arrive Here
In Private Plane
Jose Iturbi Will Play
For Fifth and Final
ASUO Concert'
Eugenians will get their first
glimpse of Jose Iturbi, internation
ally known pianist and conductor,
as he steps from his Howard plane
at the Eugene airport, Monday
The famed musician has trav
eled over 75,000 miles on profes
sional engagements alone. It is
claimed that he knows as much
about his plane as he does his pi
ano, having flown a total of 450
The Spanish pianist's appearance
Monday night will mark the fifth
and last attraction on the Asso
ciated Students’ 1939-40 “Greater
Artist" series.
He is well known in this coun
try for his many appearances over
nationwide radio hookups as well
as his personal tours.
Reserve seat tickets for the con
cert are now on sale at the ASUO
ticket office in McArthur court.
Admission is free to ASUO card
Five Oregon Band
Members to Play
At Newberg Club
Five members of the University
of Oregon band will be guest play
ers with the Newberg Women’s
Choral club in that city on Mon
day, April 8.
A woodwind quartet, composed
of Don Scott, flutist, Charlotte
Plummer, clarinetist, Margery
Williams, bassoonist, and Ralph
McKenzie, oboist, will play several
numbers. Solos will be contributed
by Miss Plummer and Robert Carl
son, cornetist, both of whom will
be accompanied at the piano by
Miss Williams.
Professor on Air
W. P. Riddlesbarger, assistant
professor of business administra
tion, spoke on radio station KOAC
Wednesday on the subject, “De
fending Democracy.” He presented j
the regular monthly program in
the absence of Dean Victor P.
Morris, who is on a speaking tour
or northern Oregon.
The Emerald runs a found column
FREE for the benefit of University stu
dents, whose personal belongings have
been forgotten in the rush to leave
classes and have consequently been
turned into the lost and found depart
ment by janitors and students.
A minimum charge of 5 c is made to
each claimant of lost articles.
The following have been turned into
the lost and found department, in the
University Depot, which is located
across the street from the AAA build
ing and adjoining the heating plant:
• Found
The lost and found department has been
swamped by a number of umbrellas of vary
ing size and hue; a large assortment of
gloves; an equally large assortment of
scarfs; S men’s hats; 2 ladies’ hats; 1 muff;
1 rooter’s lid (color: yellow and green); a
few coats and rain jackets; 6 note books; a
baker’s dozen of spiral composition books;
1 pair of women’ galoshes; 1 pair of men’s
rubbers; a regular library of books ranging
from Hygiene by Meredith to Accounting
Fundamentals; at least 25 fountain pens,
some worth finding; 4 compacts; and a va
rietry of pocketbcoks and money purses—
without money.
• Lost
SMALL GOLD diamond ring, dur
ing examination week. Reward.
Ross Gearhart. Ph. 2900.
Spring- Time
Is Driving Time
706 13th E. Phone 3541
Ever See a Purple
Cow? Well Who Did?
I never saw a purple cow—
I never hope to see one,
But I can tell you anyhow
I'd rather see than be one
The above masterpiece, in its
way, which will m!ore than likely
notch a niche for itself in the pon
derous pillars of poetry and stand
for all to see as an example, of
20th century genius, may be heard
tonight over station KOAC, Cor
Ecstatic musings over “purple
bovine loveliness" will be voiced
at 7:30 over a wire connection with
KOAC from the music hall here
at the University by several mem
bers of the speech classes.
Named “Parodies on the Purple
Cow," by Carolyn Wells, the wee
poem which says so much is to be
done in the manners of many great
poets and writers, with an intro
duction to the effect that “this is
the way Long-fellow would have
done it."
Take-offs will be given on the
writings of Milton, Gray, J. W.
Riley, Poe, Keats, Wordsworth,,
Kipling, and several others.
Spanish Honorary
To Visit Corvallis
Five local members and five
initiates of University chapter of
the national Spanish honorary so
ciety, Sigma Delta Pi, will attend
a meeting of the honorary on the
Oregon State campus this evening.
Initiation of new Oregon and
Oregon State members and elec
tion of officers will be in the Me
morial Union building at 5 o’clock.
Following this a dinner will be
given the group in the tea room of
the building.
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