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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1942)
'JpHE University of Oregon School of Music presents George
Hopkins,-Pianist, in Recital, at the School of Music
Auditorium, Tuesdayy-November 24th. 8:15 p.m.
Ciaia-Bartoh ......*Sonata in G Major
I Toccata (Improvisation)
II Canzofce (Fugue)
III Primo Tempo (Allegro molto)
IV Secondo 'f'empo (Pastorale)
’(Played without interruption)
Beethoven .-,4.,. Sonata Pathetique
| - X Grave, Allegro molto e con brio
II Adagio, cantabile
III Rondo ... v
“^Played without interruption)
Chopin .:....... :.~f.. Scherzo in C-sharp minor
Ravel.V.r;. The Fountain
Liadov.1 .... Barcarolle
Liadozv .7“:;.'-. The Musical Snuff-Box
IVagner-Brassin*.. Magic Fire Scene
Gershwin ....:.7... Three Preludes
I Allegro ben ritmato e deciso
II Andante con“tnoto e poco rubato
III AHegro^&i ritmato e deciso
(Played without interruption)
Waltz in A Major ‘
.... Spanish Caprice
* This Sonata was composed by the Italian, Azzolino Bernardino della Ciaia near the
end of the 17th Century. Written originally for two instruments, the organ and clavicembalo,
it has been transcribed by Bella Bartok for performance on the modern piano. The name
‘‘Sonata” as used by Ciaia, and the titles he gave to each of the four movements, have little
meaning for us now. Therefore, a clue to the mood of each movement is given in parenthesis
as an assistance to the listener.
Coed PE Setup
Helen M. Petrosky, director of
service courses in physical edu
cation for women, has announced
that all women in thfe. University
who have not completed the five
terms of their physical educa
tion requirement, are required to
attend an orientation session
either Tuesday or Wednesday at
4 p.m., in the main gym, Gerling
er hall. Purpose of the session
will be to acquaint the women
students with the departmental
requirements, the reason for the
requirements, and the offerings
T ‘‘.he department for next term,
t^perclass women who are in
terested in taking physical edu
the winter or' spring terms
should also attend one of these
v. Student attendance at these
orientation sessions will be check
ed, and will take the place of one
hour of each student’s regular ac
tivity appointment of this week.
Students are requested to take
notebooks and pencils.
Must be Mailed by December 7th
to be sure of delivery by
This warning has been issued by the
postal department due to lack of
mail clerks and to the unusual con
gestion-in transportation under war
There will be an important
meeting of all representatives of
the salvage drive at 4:00 at 105
Episcopal communion service
at 7 Wednesday morning in men’s
lounge of Gerlinger. Breakfast
follows; over by 8 a.m.
There will be a 12 o’clock
luncheon at the Westminster
house. Hoy Breg, youth leader,
will speak on the psychology of
alcohol. Admission is 30 cents.
ISA senate will meet tonight
at 7:30 in 106 PE building.
All representatives of the sal
vage committee will meet today
at 4 p.m. in room 105 commerce
Town and Gown members meet
today at 4:30 p.m. in Westmin
The Christian Science organi
zation meets today on the third
floor of Gerlinger hall at 7:30
All Phi Beta pledges will meet
today at 4 p.m. in Gerlinger hall.
(Continued from [>ctgc two)
knows how to use so well. Janet
Blair is good as sister Eileen, but
her performance is enjoyable
chiefly because of her appearance
rather than her acting abilities.
Oh, Mr. Hays, what about those
Hundreds of thousands of New
Yorkers who saw the play can’t
be wrong. “My Sister Eileen’’ is
just the kind' of light comedy we
need once in awhile to take our
minds off the war.
It's Our War
(Continned from page turn)
chemical warfare service for en
As promised we stealthily
stalked into Red Cross sewing di
vision to spy on such never-say
dies as Alpha Phi Jean Taylor,
Tri-Delt Flora Kibler, and Alpha
Chi’s jenelyn “Ghastly” Gaston,
and, of course, Arliss Boone in
charge of Carolyn Holmes.
Now that this innocent, over
looked sewing circle has bee%
looked over—we find it badly mis
judged. Here is truly the master
crosscut of our thriving, throb
bing, cosmopolitan campus; pure
material for Look, Life, or Love.
During our stay one girl told of
her soldier who she thought was
dead because she hadn’t heard
from him in a year and a half
Now he’ll be back Christmas for
Now that the harder work of
making pajamas is done, the deep
war discussions have been lost in
favor of lighter subjects—so if
you want to hear good dirt . . .
Most interesting ritual of all is
at the end when each member is
permitted to take her own needle
and carefully place it in the Se
cret Sacred Sanctum. It is then
locked by the goddess of the day.
Please, if anyone has any needles
or pins, bringing them up to
sewing. You will be treated roy
And so the little bags grow and
grow—soon to be sent to Camp
Ddair. I’m referring, of course,
to the bed-side bags of striped
Town and Gown Holds
Final Meeting Today
The town and gown group of
the YWCA will meet this after
. noon at 4:30 at Westminster
'■house with Mrs. Jim Bryant act
ing as hostess to the group of
'girls who will have informal con
versation during the afternoon.
This is the last meeting of the
term for the group under the
leadership of Leslie Brockelbank,
sophomore in liberal arts, and the
first meeting to be held on Tues
day instead of Wednesday.
Any girl interested in meeting
other girls and attending an in
formal discussion of topics inter
esting to campus girls is invit
ed to the meeting.
cotton for hospitalized soldiers.
Thanks and a special “hello” to
Dick Williams who receives the
Emerald and sends very nice let
ters. . . . and Good Luck!
To Swell Chest
(Continued from page one)
Money collected in the early
December drive will be used
either for American prisoners of
war aid, for aid to American stu
dents who are without funds, or
for American students in for
Two service honoraries, Phi
Theta and Druids, will assist in
making this year’s drive a suc
cess. Last year Kwama and Skull
and Dagger members worked in
After the drive, students will
be given an opportunity to vote
on what they wish the money
raised at the University to be
used for when it is combined
with the contributions of all oth
er contributing organizations.
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after winter term starts.
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