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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1942)
Here at 8:00
By MAItJOBIE MAJOR
Students will' hear one of the
world’s foremosti, tenors when
Nino Martini, Italian star of the
Metropolitan Opera . company,
sings in McArthur cdtirt at 8:15
Known through opera, radio,
motion pictures, and the concert
stage, Martini is the glamorous
personification of opera; tradi
tion. ; \ i, ■'
Mr. Martini appears here as
the fourth in the 1941-42 Greater
Artist series. His last appear
ance here was in 1937, when he
sang to a packed audience of stu
dents and townspeople.
Students will be admitted upon
presentation of their educational
activities cards. Robert MacDno
ald, pianist, will accompany Mr.
I. O Del Mio Dolce Ardor,
Gluck; L’esperto nocchiero, Eo
noncini; Amarilli, Caccini.
II. Caprice d’Alsceste, Aluck
St. Saens; Sonata in B fiat ma
jor, Scarlatti. Mr. MacDonald.
III. Tes Yeux, Raby; Bon Jour
Suzon, Delibes; Aria from the op
era, “Suzanne,” Paladilke.
IV. Che gelida manina, from
“La, Boheme,” Puccini.
V. Sigh No More, j-ichin; I
Come to You, Sandoval; The
Floods of Spring, Rac.hmaninoff.
VI. Blue Danube Waltzes,
Strauss-Schulz-Evler. Mr. Mac
VII. Madrigal Espanol, Hu
arte; Estrellita, Ponce; El Trust
de los tenorios, Serran.
Some 500 students of Louisiana
State university dropped their
studies to enter the nation's
RIP ROARING FUN!
Abbott & Costello in
'RIDE 'EM _
Alice Faye, Warner Baxter
Also Sonja Henie
Ray Milland in
Happens at Night'
A WAR THRILLER!
'CAPTAIN OF THE
with James Cagney
also Robert Young
Marsha Hunt in
NINO MAKTINI . . .
. :i golden voire, in ths night.
(Continued from page one)
at 11 on Thursday, the regular
Dark horses must have their
declarations of intention to run,
certificates of scholastic eligibil
ity signed by the dean of men or
the dean of women, and a petition
signed by 50 members of the
ASUO in the hands of Lou Tor
geson, student body president
and chairman of the nominating
assembly, before 11 a.m. today.
Russ Hudson and' Wes Sullivan,
Greek and independent, respec
tively, will be nominated for the
two senior representatives on the
executive committee. Jim Benni
son will be Greek candidate for
junior representative, opposed by
Max Brown of the independents.
Candidates for sophomore repre
sentatives will be Greek Walt
Dickinson and Independent Hal
“Every member of the ASUO
should feel it his duty,” said Tor
geson, "to atteend the nominat
Vice-President Frost announced
yesterday that plans were nearly
complete for the general student
body elections to be held Tuesday,
April 14, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
inclusive. Two polling places will
be set up in "order to better ac
commodate the crowds of voters,
The vacant store next to the
Side, formerly used by the Co-op,
and the YMCA house will be con
verted into polling places for the
day. Students will be divided al
phabetically, the exact division
to be announced Wednesday,
Students who wish to be placed
on the ballot without being nom
inated from the floor in this
morning's assembly will be al
lowed to do so if they submit
their declarations of intention to
run and certificates of scholastic
eligibility to Jim Frost at the
Theta Chi house before midnight
Thursday, April 9.
Voters will be required to pre
sent their ASUO registiation
card or other positive identifica
tion at time of election. Every
voter will be checked on a polling
list from the registrar's office.
Frost said, a new double-check
method to be employed.
Ad Chief Announced
Elizabeth Edmunds, sophomore
in business administration, will
handle all advertising- for the spe
cial Junior Weekend issue, Fred
O. May, Emerald business man
ager, announced Monday.
Knox College has been selected
as the location for a series of
"Old Siwash’’ motion pictures.
Captain Clarence C. Woodbury
reported for duty with the de
partment of military science and
tactics early this week to fill the
vacancy left by Major F. I. Agule
when he was recently ordered
east for further training.
For 21 years Captain Woodbury
was an instructor at OSC. A vet
eran of World War I, in which
he served as a second lieutenant,
Captain Woodbury has been in
the army almost continuously
A long standing Oregonian,
Captain Woodbury stated that he
would be as enthusiastic a Web
foot as he was Beaver when on
duty in Corvallis.
(Continued from pace one)
fice, as is Frances Cox, vice
president of the junior class, and
Dorothy Patterson, secretary of
the freshman class.
Other vacancies created were
Max Miller, chairman of the ter
race dance, John Bubalo, head of
the traditions committee, and
Janet Farnham, chairman of the
sunlight serenade. All of these
wese Junior Weekend appoint
The announcement of the in
eligibility of the junior class
members was made by Pat Law
son, junior class president, who
will now start looking for eligible
volunteers for the vacant Junior
Broadcast over KOAC
Leone LaDuke, junior in music,
will play three piano solos over
KOAC today at 2:30 p.m.; at 7:30 a
string ensemble composed of Uni
versity students will perform.
Miss LaDuke, a pupil of Gebrge
Hopkins, professor of music, will
play “Prelude and Fugue in B
flat,” by Bach; “Mazurka in F
sharp minor,” by Chopin; “Rhap
sodie in F sharp minor,” by Dohn
(Continued from page one)
The prizes will be given to the
winners at the assembly today by
John Busterud, Junior Weekend
chairman. The first sign to go up
will be Bob Whitely’s. The sign
will be changed each week until
The artist who will make the
signs is Bill Cox, sophomore in
architecture and allied arts. The
last board in the series will have
the name of the winner for that
A MUSICAL ROMANCE!
The Andrew Sisters in
Also Florence Rice
Leif Erikson in
'The Blonde From
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