Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 15, 1941, Page Eight, Image 8

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    versatile Alec
To Play at 8
On Igloo Stage
Pianist to Feature
Classic Numbers,
Musical Parodies
Presenting a program versatile
as his reputation promised, Alec
Templeton will appear tonight on
the stage of McArthur court at
8 o’clock. Featuring the classic
composers in the first section of
his program, the time after the
intermission will be devoted to
the improvisions and parodies for
which he is noted.
Templeton’s concert is as fol
Prelude to Alceste, Lully-Tem
Chorale—Prelude "Sheep May
Safely Graze,” Bach-Templeton
Sonata in B-Flat Major, Mo
Prelude in B Minor, Rachman
Prelude in C major, Pokofieff.
Slow air from Charterhouse
suite, Vaughan-Williams.
Poissons d’or, Debussy.
Jardins sous la pluie, Debussy.
Ghost Rhapsody, Templeton.
Griegs in the Grove, Templeton.
Impressions and Improvisa
tions, Templeton.
Concert Waltz in D Flat, Tem
Phi Alpha Delta
Names Four Men
To Leader Posts
Leon Olmstead was elected jus
tice of Phi Alpha Delta, law
school fraternity, at an election
held recently.
Three new members were ini
tiated into the group at the same
meeting. They are: Robert Car
michael, Dale Helickson, and Rex
The new officers are: justice,
Leon Olmstead; vice-justice, Irvin
'Mann; clerk, Dale Helickson;
treasurer, Rex Coulter.
Eugene law school alumni who
assisted with the initiation in
cluded : Lewis Hoffman, Hale
Thompson, Howard McGee, Jason
Lee, and Chester Anderson.
Wednesday Night
Set for Deadline
On NYA Time Slips
The first NYA payroll period
Of spring term ends Tuesday,
April 15, and time cards must be
signed and turned in at the pay
roll window in Johnson hall by
.Wednesday, April 16, at 5 o’clock.
Supervisors and students are
requested to notify the NYA sec
retary of hours which students
are unable to work and which will
be held over for the second pe
The NYA secretary must be
notified of any hours which the
student can't work in order that
other students may have them.
There is at present a shortage of
hours so failure to comply with
this request will deny students
the chance to work unused hours'.
Women Ad writers
To Give Tea Today
Zeta chapter of Gamma Alpha
Chi is holding a tea today at the
Alpha Delta Pi sorority house
from 4 to 4:30.
Mrs. Spencer Collins will pour
at the tea which honors women
students active in advertising ac
tivities on the campus.
Parker McNeil, University the
ater actor, will portray the role
of the villain, Commissar Gorot
chenko, in the Guild theater pro
duction of “Tovarich” April 17,
18, and 19.
Of Emerald Staff
To Banquet Today
Oregon Daily Emerald news
staff workers will banquet at the
Anchorage at noon today. Those
who intend to go are asked to
sign in the Emerald newsroom
some time this morning. Editor
Lyle Nelson said.
Upper news staff for five spe
cial editions will be named at the
banquet, Nelson said.
These issues are: Sigma Delta
Chi-Theta Sigma Phi, April 19;
women, April 26; sophomores,
May 3; men, May 10; and frosh
May 17.
Adventure, Laughter, Love
‘So Ends Our Night’
with Fredric March,
Margaret Sullavan, and
Frances Dee
— plus —
‘Wild Man of
with Frank Morgan
and Billie Burke
Deanna’s Romantic
'Nice Girl?'
Two Big Features!
“East of the River”
with John Garfield
and Brenda Marshall
— plus —
“Gallant Sons”
with Jackie Cooper
and Bonita Granville
Romance on a Rampage!
“Double Date”
with Edmund Lowe
and Peggy Moran
— plus —
“Petticoat Politics”
with Roscoe Cams
and Ruth Donnelly
First Oregon Flyer
Trains Intensively
“We’re really getting a thor
ough training down there but I’m
enjoying the work very much,”
declared Pierce Mallory, first
student to solo under the CPT
program here last year. Mallory
stopped at the CPT office last
Thursday to talk to J. C. Stovall,
assistant director of the local air
Taking advantage of a gov
ernment scholarship awarded him
last fall, Mallory is studying me
teorology at UCLA. Under the
present arrangement, he revealed,
he receives his room, board,
clothes, and instruction, plus $75
monthly. In addition he will be
commissioned as second lieuten
ant when he is graduated next
As to his future plans Mallory
revealed proudly, “I plan to go
into some part of the navy as me
teorologist. I’ll still be connected
with the air corps, but working
in the navy division.”
In connection with his study at
the university Mallory added,
“There are 30 fellows in the
group and they are all enthusias
tic about the work—it isn’t easy
but extremely interesting.”
He added that he would be
glad to hear from any of the
boys at Oregon who are inter
ested in going on in some partic
ular phase of aviation.
“I’ll answer all the questions
as well as I can,” he concluded.
'Pan-America' Title
Awarded to Senior
Janice Johnson, senior in jour
nalism, was named Oregon’s
“Miss Pan-America” in a broad
cast last night sponsored jointly
by the Spanish department and
Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish national
honorary group.
Also competing for the title
won by Miss Johnson were Marie
Gabel and Veva Peterson. Knowl
edge of Pan-American affairs
was stressed in the selection.
The program also featured a
skit, “Makers of South America,”
with a cast consisting of Howard
Speer, Ray Dickson, David Stone,
Betsy Hanchett, Betsy Steffen,
More Gatherings
Asked kg Alums
Continuance of “A Day at Old
Oregon,” held in Portland last
Thursday, was requested by many
of the alumni, said E. C. Fansett,
secretary of the Alumni associa
tion. “The idea of forums and dis
cussions added to the original
banquet was exceedingly success
ful,” he said.
Another unique plan this year
was no campaign to sell tickets
to the banquet, but extensive ad
vertising made the alums take
notice and they then called for
their own reservations.
Individual afternoon sessions
as scheduled were attended by an
average of 35 persons each. The
evening banquet, conducted by
George Hopkins because of Dean
Theodore Kratt’s illness, was at
tended by 225 alumni.
Clarence Codding, ’35, was
elected president of the Alumni
association; Mrs. Lowell Paget,
’19, vice-president; Milton Rice,
’28, treasurer; Virginia Hartje,
’34, secretary.
Alan Foster, Phyllis Sanders,
Norman Evonuk, Art Hillabold,
and Beauford Clemens.
Jim Davidson acted as nar
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• For Sale
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Chevrolet—$17.50. Phone 2466
between 4 and 6 Tuesday.
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and Upholstering
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