Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 25, 1941, Page Three, Image 3

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    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.
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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.
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! 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.
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