Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 25, 1944, Page 4, Image 4

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Music School Recitals
Go on Air Tonight
Presenting Nancy Carlisle, pian
ist, in a recital, the music school oi
tile University will take over the
airways of KORE at 7:45 p.m. to
day. Miss Carlisle, a freshman in
music, is a student of Mrs. Auroia
Underwood.
The program will include: Sea
Winds by Adams; Impromptu,
Opus 90, No. 4, Schubert; Little
White Donkey, Ibert; Prelude in
C Minor, Chopin.
Immediately following, at 8 p.m.,
the school has scheduled Nancy
Kirkpatrick, soprano, and Patricia
Metcalf, accompanist.
Miss Kirkpatrick will sing Cur
ran’s Nocturne; Killarney by Bolf;
The Kerry Dance, Malloy; Open
Thy Blue Eyes, Massenet.
Former Coed Now
At Camp Lejuene
Margaret DeBolt, a student at
the University from 1938 to 1941,
and a member of the Wasps since
last fall, received her wings April
15 at Avenger field, Sweetwater,
Texas, after completing seven
months of intensive training in
army flying. Miss DeBolt is from
Klamath Falls, where she received
her 45 hours of civilian flying
training. While at Oregon she was
a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Women’s airforce service pilots,
after graduation, are picked for a
variety of non-combat assignments
at army air bases and training
fields throughout the country, re
lieving male pilots for combat
duty. Miss DeBolt was in the elev
enth class of Wasps to finish their
training.
At the present time Wasps arc
officially classed as civil service
employees of the army air forces,
and must have at least 35 hours of
flying time before they are eligible
for training. Women must be at
least 18 !4 years of age and not
over 35, have a high school educa
tion or equivalent, be 5 feet, 2 Vi
inches tall, and pass the rigid avia
tion cadet physical examination.
Trains for Motor Corps
Marino Private Jeanne E. Mills,
formerly a student at Oregon, is a
student at the motor transport
school at Camp Lejuene, North
Carolina. She has recently com
pleted her basic training there.
Seniors Warned to
Order Caps, Gowns Now
All seniors must order their
caps and gowns and announce
ments at the Co-op by Saturday,
April 29, Barbara Lamb, senior
class president, announced Mon
day. Cap and gown rental is
$1.75 and the announcements 10
cents each.
Miss Lamb said that no orders
will be taken after that date.
Suit of Hearts
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setbacks and his industry keeps
right on producing we’ll be back
next week with the more serious
romantic tidbits. M. M. Ellsworth.
Personalized
Stationary
In new Spring Colors
Remember Mother’s Day
is coming May 14. Select
cards and gifts soon.
Valleg Printing 8
Stationen] Co.
Phone 470
76 W. Broadway
J. WESLEY SULLIVAN . . .
. . . former UO student who gradu
ated April 13 from the army air
forces training school at Port
Sumner, New Mexico, visited the
campus this weekend. He was ac
companied by his wife, Elsie
Brownell Sullivan, also a former
University student.
Sullivan was called for duty with
the air corps reserves last spring
just after his duties as editor of
the Oregana ended. He was senior
representative on the ASUO coun
cil, and author of the “J.W.S.”
poems which appeared as a daily
feature on the front page of the
Emerald during his four years
here. He jjs to undergo further
training at Kingman, Arizona.
Order of 'O'
(Continued from tape one)
warns. Every day at noon, boys
who have been found delinquent in
the following of traditions will be
soundly paddled on the steps of
Fenton hall. Girls failing to obey
the rules will receive their “re
ward” on the day of the campus
picnic, May 6. As in the past, they
will be dunked in the small pool
on the old campus.
One other tradition which ap
plies to all students will be that
ol. “no white shoes on the day of
the campus picnic.” Order of the
“O” men will be on the lookout for
offenders of this tradition, as they
will for all others.
Discussion
(Continued from txige one)
portation, for use in conferences,
clubs, schools, and other organiza
tions.
Specific objectives of this insti
tute are: 1. To promote inter
American understanding; to stimu
late individuals and groups to
study and discuss inter-American
relationships. 2. To indicate au
thentic sources of information re
garding the cultures, the resources,
the industries and phases of social
and political life of the other Am
erican countries. 3. To aid the peo
ple of Oregon, as far as possible,
to broaden their knowledge of the
nations and peoples and common
problems of the Americas.
For better music ancl
clearer tone, bring
your radio to our shop
for expert repairs.
Phone 4954
EUGENE RADIO
SHOP
128 E. 11th Ave.
Phone 4954-J & M
Professor Trowbridge
To Speak on Pope
Hoyt Trowbridge, associate pro
fessor of English, will speak to the
house librarians’ association at 1
today in the browsing room of the
library on the life and works of
Alexander Pope, in commemora
tion of the 200th anniversary of
Pope’s death.
An open invitation is extended to
all who are interested in attending
the meeting. Books on the writ
ings, biography, and criticism of
Pope will be on display in the
browsing room.
UO Marine on Duty
At Miramar
Marine Private Marjorie M. de
Pourtales, who attended the Uni
versity two years prior to her en
listment, is now on duty as a file
clerk at the marine corps air depot,
Miramar, near San Diego, Cali
fornia. Previous to her assignment
she received six weeks’ training at
Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, re
cruit depot for the women ma
rines.
Private dePourtales was a mem
ber of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority
while on the campus.
Civvy, Army Students
Held in Infirmary
The shouting of “Who stole
my thermometer,” greeted the ears
of infirmary nurses April 24, as
nine civilian and army students
battled it out. The teams consist
ed of Marjorie Ott, Gaynor Thomp
son, Elsie Finn, Anita Fernandez,
Jean Templeton, Nevena Dellof and
Whitney Schobert. Goldbrickcrs
are Bert Dannenfelser and Richard
Medlin.
The infirmary wishes to an
nounce also that the hours for sen
ior examinations have been
changed to Monday, Wednesday,
and Thursday, from 8:30 to 10:30.
Dr. Sanchez
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been on the faculties of San Mar
cos, as well as the universities of
Panama, Cuba, and Argentina.
At present he is on the Univer
sity of Chile faculty and is assist
ant manager of Casa Ercilla, one
of the best known publishing hous
es in South America.
For his activities in Aprista,
which advocates social justice for
the masses and the practice of
freedom, he was twice exiled from
Peru.
Oregon ^ Emerald
Night Staff:
Louise Robson, night editor
Barbara Smythe
Applications for Scout
Counselors Available
Girls who are interested in be
coming counselors for. the Girl
Scout camp at Wildwood this sum
mer and who did not have a chance
to contact Miss Gwendolyn Eles
more in the dean of women’s of
fice, may receive information and
applications by writing to the
Portland Girl Scout office, Meier
& Frank company, Portland.
Positions which are open include
advanced canoeing instructor and
assistant, assistant swimming in
structor, simple handicraft instruc
tor and assistant, assistant Brown
ie director, and instructors in sing
ing, dramatics, and weaving. All
are paying jobs, and last for eight
weeks starting July 2.
Counselors are furnished one
uniform and are given in rotation
24 hours off one week and 8 hours
the next. Camp Wildwood is 25
miles from Portland.
British Consulate Films
Set for Wednesday
Pictures from the British con
sulate will be shown Wednesday at
8 p.m. in 207 Chapman hall. These
are the fourth in a series of war
films sponsored by the educational
activities board.
John Straub Broken
By Explosion at Sea
The Liberty ship John Straub,
named for Oregon's first dean of
men, broke in two by explosions
and sank 21 miles southwest of
Sanak island, Alaska, last Wednes
day, according to E. M. Murphy,
superintendent of the Alaska
Steamship company.
The John Straub was a new Lib
erty ship named for Dean Straub,
who came to the University when
it was founded in 1878 and was
head of the Greek department.
Fifty-five members of the crew
are missing.
Assembly to Herald
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sign will be used on the campus
as part of the promotion of the
n eekend.
This will be the first all-campus
rally of the year, and is planned
to give a rousing start to Junior
Weekend, May 5 and 6.
ILLUSTRATING . . .
. . . how women marines have freed combat marines to fight, Private
first class Loretta Sullivan Fuhrer is shown above operating a 24-incli
turning lathe in the engineering shop at Camp Lejeune, New River,
North Carolina.
!Orides Nine Swamps
Thetas by 34 to \ TaifyV
Orides trampled over Kappa Al
pha Theta in the softball tourna
ment allowing only 1 run to their
34. Delta Gamma beat Sigma Kap
pa by a closer score, 7 to 0.
In the boys’ league, the Steiwer
Boomers beat Campbell club by a
12 to 9 score.
No tennis was played yesterday
because the courts were too wet.
Schedule for today is as follows
Tennis, Alpha Chi Omega vs. Alder
lodge and Delta Delta Delta vs.
Sigma Kappa.
Girls’ softball, Gamma Phi Beta
vs. Alpha Delta Pi and Alpha Onii
cron Pi vs. Hillcrest lodge.
Boys’ softball: Hamilton Lend.
ers vs. Boyds. ~
Personnel Photos
In Johnson Today
Photo-makeup for personnel
records will be from 12:30 lo
1:30 in room 3, Johnson hall,
today.
This includes any student who
lias not yet had his picture taken
for personnel records, and those
who fail to do so today will be
liable to disciplinary action, ac
cording to the personnel office.
! WAYNE L. MORSE
for U. S. SENATOR ^
A Morse proposal:
Reject a foreign policy of
isolationism and develop a
program of international
cooperation necessary to
avoid war.
Pd. adv.
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"Son of Dracula"
Lon Chaney Jr.
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"The Ghost Ship"
Richard Dix
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A GALAXY OF FUN!
"AROUND THE
WORLD"
KAY KYSER
MISCHA AUER
JOAN DAVIS
MWOSAUI
REALLY DIFFERENT! '
"LADY IN THE
DARK" ^
with
GINGER ROGERS
RAY MILLAND