Grace Moore To Head List On Artist Series More than 500 tickets have been sold thus far by the educational activities office for the five-star greater artist series concert sea son, activities officials said Wed nesday, First star to appear in the se ries, sponsored by the educa tional activities board, will be Grace Moore, widely-known so prano, who will come to Oregon October 10. This will be her first appearance at Oregon. If It Swims We Hav6 It. Sea Food of * Fine Quality NEWMAN'S Fish Market 39 E. Broadway Phone 2309 v I Miss Moore, golden of voice anc golden of hair, has long been s favorite on the stage and screen Her beauty, dramatic ability anc personal magnetism, have earnec for her the title ‘‘America's Queen of Song.” Faculty members who have made down payments on theii season tickets, but have not yel paid the balance were urged tc do so before October 1, by edu cational activities officials, be cause a tax of 10 per cent of the unpaid balance will have to be added after that date. This is ir accordance with new government tax laws which go into effect or that date, they said. Second attraction of the series will be Violinist Yehudi Menuhin who comes to the campus De cember 1. Menuhin, because of his superb violin playing, is knowr as the “prodigy of yesterday genius of today, immortal of to morrow.” Menuhin will be followed Jan uary 7, 1942, by Josef Hofmann pianist, who has been broughl again to Oregon by popular de mand. * The Seattle symphony orches tra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham, will appear here Feb ruary 23 as part of his first pro fessional tour of the Unitec States. Returning to Eugene after e successful program here a few years ago is Nino Martini, star o1 concert and opera, who will ap pear April 8, 1942. The hand some tenor will be the last of the group to appear here. Oregon students are regularly admitted to these concerts or their educational activities cards Season tickets are available tc faculty members and townspeo ple. I Welcome Home WEBFOOTS Rubenstein's Offer These STUDENT SPECIALS in HOME FURNISHINGS *RefIector Floor Lamps for Perfect Lighting.$5.95 *Goose Neck Desk Lamps ..98c * Numdah Rugs—Colorful—4'x6' size —Long Lasting.$5.95 *4 Drawer Chest 30" wide.$6.95 Attention! House Managers We want your house business whether it be new linoleum, carpeting, bedroom, or living room furniture—Rubenstein’s offer you: 1. Preferred Service 2. Special price concessions Simply telephone C90. Registration Cards Available in Igloo ! Registration material may now be obtained by old students. This material is not yet obtainable to new students who will receive their material and consult with » their advisers in McArthur court by appointment Friday and Sat urday. Those who attended last term : or have filed intention to return may get their material in the up ; per corridor of McArthur court. . They should proceed to the north balcony stairs. i Other old students including all graduates should go to the regis trar’s office on the second floor . of Johnson hall. Students with loan accounts must clear with the cashier’s office in Johnson before getting their material. After receiving their material students should consult with their advisers in making out their pro ’ gram. Class of '45 (Continued from page one) they vote” to be members of a dues paying class, as they had been last year. Within five days after their adoption of a constitution they will meet to select by-laws and nominate officers. ‘‘We hope to have the whole thing over with in two weeks,” Torgeson said. It was the frosh class last year that lit the powder keg of class cards, when, in their first meet ing, a large bloc raised loud ob jections to a constitutional amendment proposed to the so called “model constitution” that would make! class cards compul sory for class membership. After a fall term of bickering, this bloc broke away from the old organization to establish the “majority class of 1944,” under freshman politician Chuck Wood ruff. , Plans are being made this year, said Torgeson, to prevent any split in the 1945 group, which might make both factions weak and ineffectual. Think of Mother THINK OF MOTHER. Don't bother her by sending your laundry home. With our dependable service and REASONABLE PRICES you cannot afford to send your laundry home. It is 25% cheaper to use our service than to bother mother. For quality service at the most reasonable price call 252 or your house representa tive. DOMESTIC LAUNDRY Phone 252 121 7th W. You're Inviied to Cur OPEN HOUSE Thursday Evening—7:30 to 9:30 p.m. It’s fall opening night . . . . and we'll be very pleased to have you as our guest.