Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 18, 1940, Page Three, Image 3

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    Holcomb Asks
For Radio Talent
Tryouts for Junior
Weekend Radio
Show Today
Auditions for those who wish
to try out for positions on Junior
Weekend radio broadcasts will be
held in room 107 Friendly this af
ternoon at 4 o’clock, Jack Hol
comb said yesterday.
Holcomb, who is in charge of
preparations for the radio shows,
said that the weekend committee
would welcome the efforts of any
student who thought he had some
thing to offer. The broadcasts
are tentatively scheduled for the
first weekend in May and will be
aired over radio stations KGW
and KOIN in Portland and the
local station, KORE.
Holcomb cited the enthusiastic
cooperation of staffs of the sta
Members of Phi Delta Theta
and Pi Beta Phi sing groups are
asked to be at the south end of
the Music building at 7:20 to
night for the broadcast over
Canoe fete float representatives
from each living organization
taking part in this year’s fete
will meet tonight at the home of
Hex Underwood, professor of mu
sic, at 9:15. A different Strauss
waltz will be assigned to each
float, and plans will be studied.
Christian Science organization
at the University of Oregon will
meet at 8 o'clock tonight in the
YWCA bungalow.
tions in urging students to take
advantage of the opportunity of
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'Vagabond Poet'
On Campus Today
Traveling through the country
dressed in picturesque western
garb, the “Vagabond Poet" is on
the Oregon campus today, and
will speak on poetry and prose at
4 p.m. in 108 Villard.
Oliver Waie is the name used
for official purposes by this orig
inal writer. He has been likened
to Edgar Allen Poe and the
French poet Paul Verlaine in the
style of his writing by John
Cowper Powys, who is conceded
to be one of the best novelists of
of modern times.
With Ohio as his legal home,
being registered there as a voter,
Mr. Waie has just come from
Arizona, and is now on his way
back east. His next stop will be
at the University of Washington,
and next at Amherst college,
Amherst, Massachusetts, where
he will speak before the end of
the present term.
Striving for the "stamp of orig
inality,” Air. Waie will read some
of his own poetry and prose this
afternoon, with half of the hour
allotted to a forum or discussion.
Some of his works are “Saga of
Jerusalem Slim” and “Confessions
of a Vagabond.” At present Mr.
Waie is submitting an article to
Esquire entitled “Adventures
Among Literary People.”
The meeting is open to all stu
dents interested in creative writ
Artist Will Show
Floral Designs
Richard Molloy of Hollywood,
artist and authority on flower ar
rangements, will give demonstra
tions in the pottery department of
Miller’s downtown store Friday
and Saturday, during store hours.
Molloy is a professional artist,
movie set dresser, and Rose par
ade float designer. He will display
all types of flowers in various
containers and answer questions
in what he terms a "practical
flower demonstration.”
Women Lecturers
Appear at Albany
Problems of education were
discussed by members of the wo
men's symposium squad, who ad
dressed students of the Albany
high school yesterday. Roy Vem
strom acted as chairman.
Carol Bird discussed “Who
Should Go to School,” Lois Nord
ling, “Vocational Education,” El
va South, “School Administra
tion,” and Dorothy Durkee, “Cul
tural Education.”
Sara Brown Visits
Miss Sara Brown, director of
graduate school of social work
at the Washington State college,
was on the campus yesterday in
terviewing students in sociology
that are interested in obtaining
social work and training.
A departmental luncheon was
held for Miss Brown at the An
April 20th, is last
day to order
Caps, Gowns,
the “CO-OP”
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the style shop '
„ “The Style Shop"
\ Cl E. Broadway
Spring Flowers
for Spring Dances
The one gift women ALWAYS
appreciate are fresh and beau
tiful Spring, blossoms.
We have Iris, Azaleas, Ranun
culi, Hyacinths, and of course
Gardenias, Orchids, and Roses.
College Flower Shop
Across from Sigma Chi
Phone 3018
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Others 3.98 to 7.98