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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1941)
A group of Portland architects
will visit drafting; room students
next Wednesday to discuss prob
lems with the students, according
to Cyrus Nims, president of the
Drafting Room club.
Glenn Stanton, chairman of the
educational committee of the
Portland chapter of the American
Institute of Architecture, has
made all the arrangements for
the visit of the Portland men.
The architects will arrive in
Eugene Wednesday morning,
*?iave lunch with the faculty of the
art school at the Anchorage and
spend the afternoon in the draft
ing room discussing architectural
problems with the students.
At 6:30 a banquet will be held
at the Anchorage for the visiting
architects, members of the facul
ty, and drafting room students.
A charge of 75 cents will be made
for this banquet.
Later in the evening the group
will go to the Little Art gallery
for informal discussion.
Stanley Williamson, president
of Phi Delta Kappa, national
honorary for men in education,
was selected to represent the
local chapter at the national con
vention in Chicago in December
at the meeting held Monday even
ing. Professor F. L. Stetson will
also make the trip as regional
Plans were made by the mem
bers to sponsor Charles H. Judd,
former dean of education at the
University of Chicago and at
present consultant for the Port
land schools, the afternoon of
December 12 and the morning of
December 13. Talks and a ban
quet have been planned for the
Jam for Breakfast
(Continued from page two)
The marvelous item in said press
ing is a short ten bars of Coleman
Hawkins tenoring which is better
than most of his late stuff has
Most of the good recorded stuff
is showing on Okeh these days.
Claude Thornhill’s ork is cutting
like mad on this label with “Trau
meri,” “Hungarian Dance No. 5”
and “Snowfall,” released thus
far. Only thing worth saying once
about Decca this week is the B.
Crosby, J. Teagarden, M. Martin
clog on “Waiter, Porter and Hot
After Big Flood
Lost anything since you’ve
been here ? If you have, there’s
a good chance you’ll find it in the
mud in the bottom of the mill
Since the water all went out
of the race some rather queer
things have been found in the
mud. Among the treasures dug
up have been water tanks, salt
shakers, a dollar bill, silverware,
bottles, tires, records, inner tubes,
a pair of glasses and old clothes.
The Gamma Phis announced
that Pat Sutton had found a Sig
ma Nu pin. Also reported found
were several term papers, a the
sis, and date books.
Five fashion fellowships to be
awarded members of this year's
senior class have just been an
nounced by the Tobe-Coburn
School for Fashion Careers in
New York. Each fellowship cov
ers the $700 tuition in the school
for the year 1942-1943.
Women members of the senior
class who wish to register for the
fellowship awards must mail
registration blanks and the first
paper, an informal autobiography,
to the school by December 5. Two
more papers, a set of test ques
tions, and a fashion research pro
ject are spaced at convenient
“A Letter to Seniors” contain
ing complete information, with
registration blank, may be ob
tained in the dean of women’s of
fice in Gerlinger hall.
(Continued from page two)
ately refuses to budge from her
position and continues her cam
paign of hate amongst her peo
ples against the encircling pow
The next move is up to Japan
and that means war.
Cuff stuff: Joachim von Rib
bentrop says: "The constant
pouring of materials out of
America will in a relatively short
time bring this land to an eco
nomic crisis the like of which no
land has yet seen.’’
For heaven’s sake Jo, Germany
started with economic chaos and
I must grudgingly admit done
rather well in a constant state of
economic crisis. Our resources
are far greater than Germany’s
and if Germany can struggle
through I am inclined to think
you’re not thinking.
We have all the supplies
you will need!
4th and High Phone 1059
Stout defenders of the govern
mental policy of furthering South
American friendship will be inter
ested in the following excerpt
from the letter of the South Am
erican manager of Yehudi Menu
hin’s record - breaking tour
through the South American
“I have had the honor and
privilege of introducing this great
master and genius to the music
lovers of South America. The
first tour of Yehudi Menuhin
brought new glory and recogni
tion to this universally-loved mu
sician, record-breaking achieve
ments in capacity attendance, in
ovations, the like of which has
not been witnessed in any of our
metropolitan music centers in a
"In the year 1941, North Am
erica has had no better or truer
ambassador of good-will than
the modest, earnest, and glorious
Yehudi Menuhin, who sang him
self deeply into our conscious
ness. He made us all realize, by
direct voice of sublime music,
that North America has also a
great soul and spirit to offer to
us another bond of friendship.”
Menuhin’s concert will begin at
8:15 Monday evening in McAr
thur court. Exchange tickets
must be obtained at the booth in
McArthur court and must be ac
companied by an educational ac
tivity card for admission to the
Classes to Broadcast
German and Scandinavian
classes will present a radio pro
gram over KOAC Monday, De
cember 1, at 8:30 p.m.
The program, directed by Mrs.
Astrid Mark Williams, assistant
professor of German, and Robert
Curran, graduate assistant in
German, will include talks on the
languages and a solo by Mar
garet Zimmerman, “Solveig’s
Song” from Peer Gynt.
Pi Delta Phi Meets
Pi Delta Phi, French honorary,
■will hold a business meeting in
Dr. Laurence Lesage’s office,
room 117 in Friendly hall at 2:45
The purpose of the meeting will
be a special election of officers,
though other business will be dis
Yehudi Menuhin, master of the
violin, will appear at McArthur
court on the Greater Artists Sc
ries Monday evening, December
1. Menuhin was a child prodigy
at the age of 7 and is now a pol
ished player at 23. Exchange
tickets must be obtained for the
Open House Tonight
Open house will be held at
Westminster house after the ral
ly tonight with dancing, games,
a play presented by the drama
club, and refreshments on the
In the play, under the direction
of Erma Scott, drama chairman,
are Florence Anderson, Norman
King, Nathan Edwards, and Irene
O. K. Burrell, professor of
business administration, will in
struct a,new class in theory of
accounting Friday night at Sa
lem as part of the work offered
by the state extension division.
The class is made up of men
from offices in state departments
and various industrial and busi
ness organizations of that city.
Lansing to Direct
(Continued from page one)
Miss Morris is a past member
of Kwama and Phi Theta Upsilon.
Last year she served as co-chair
man of the World Service Stu
dent fund. Yesterday it was an
nounced that she was one of the
Oregon students to be listed in
“Who's Who in American Col
Says: 'Blitz the Beavers'
Special Menu for Grads.
Visit the Churn
Before and After
Students Aid Cornish
On Research Articles
Dr. X. H. Cornish, .professo? of
business administration, is writ
ing a series of articles on ex
changes and returns in 337 Ore
gon stores. Two articles in the
series have already been pub
lished in the October and Novem
ber issues of the Oregon Mer
chants’ magazine. The Octdr-rr
article is entitled ‘The Signifi
cance of Returns and Exchang*s,”
and the November article. "A Re
duction of Returns and Ex
changes Through Better s
Data for the articles were gath
ered by Dr. Momish's research
students through personal inter
views with 337 Oregon merchants
and 1,135 selected consumers i.n
Eugene, Albany and Salem.
Research students helping to
make the surveys are G. 1*
Chandler, A. M. Cloninger, Helen
Elliott, M. W. Elle, Edward Far
rar, Robert Kroessin, Maxine
Klinge, Virginia Miller, J, H.
Nicholson, L. C. Reid, Robert
Smith, S. P. Smith, P. B. Thcxe
mann, and S. Zion.
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with Francis Gifford
— also —
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'Sailor on Leave’
Jack Benny in
•— also —
'For Beauty's Sake"
with Marjorie Weaver and
See These Features!
Merle Oberon and
Alan Marshall in
— also —
'Tanks a Million"
with William Tracy
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