Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 25, 1944, Image 1

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    Nancy Kirkpatrick
is Second Finalist
—See col. 4
Series Speaker
Native of Iran
Appearing at the ASUO assembly Thursday at 11 in Mc
Arthur court will be Dr. Paul S. Wright, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church in Portland. “Facts and Realities” will be
the topic of his address.
Dr. Wright will also be featured speaker at the three Thurs
day sessions on the "Meaning of the Christian Faith” confer
ence series sponsored oy tne stu
dent Religious council.
Bom in Iran of missionary par
ents, Dr. Wright came to America
in 1910 when he was fourteen years
old. At the beginning of World
War I he enlisted in the army hav
ing graduated from Wooster col
lege, Ohio.
Until 1919 he was overseas with
the Buckeye division of Ohio, the
^7th, and served as a member of
the field hospital corps. After
mustering out Wright was em
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AOPis Lead Houses
For Rolling Bandages
Alpha, Omicron Pi members
chalked up the highest number
of hours at the Red Cross surg
ical dressing room last week,
said Dorothy Rasmussen, band
age chairman, in correcting the
story in yesterday’s Emerald.
The final count lists: Alpha
Omicron Pi, 16 hours; Alpha
Delta Pi, 14; Hilyard house, 12;
Gamma Phi Beta, 11.
Versatile Tenor Sang
With Grace Moore
All the glamor of the Metropoli
tan opera itself is in store for Uni
versity students when Raoul Jobin,
outstanding Metropolitan tenor, is
presented in a concert at 8 p.m.,
Thursday, October 26, at McArthur
court.
.Mr. Jobin will sing such varying
numbers as the classical “Aupres
de Toi” by John Sebastian Bach,
and the more modern ‘‘Claire de
Lune” by Claude Debussy. A high
light of the evening will be his pre
sentation of the romantic “Flower
Song” from “Carmen,” by George
Bizet. Mr. Jobin is well known for
his iterpretation of Don Jose in
the opera “Carmen.” Also included
on the program will be a Buccini
aria from the opera “Tosca”; “Car
men,” by Jean Clergue; “Toujours”
by Gabriel Faure, and other selec
tions.
Mr. Jobin made his operatic
jjjfbut in France in the role of the
hot-tempered Tybalt in “Romeo
and Juliet”—a role which he has
repeated many times in Europe
and South America. Following his
debut, he toured the European
continent where he made 111 ap
pearances in fifteen months.
From Europe he went to South
America, where he sang at the
Teatro Municipal in Rio de Janiero.
Since his debut in the United
States, he has become one of the
leading tenors of the country. One
factor which has contributed to his
success is his ability to play widely
varied roles—and enjoy them all,
from Faust to Hoffman. Critics
say that each performance Jobin
makes brings to light new facets
of his skill.
Twice he has sung opposite
Grace Moore — the first time in
Paris in 1935, where the two artists
were starred in Charpentier’s
“Louise,” and in 1940 in New York,
where he made his debut at the
Metropolitan opposite Miss Moore
as Des Grieux in the opera "Ma
rion."
Mr. Jobin is being presented in
Eugene by the Civic music associa
tion, newly-organized this year.
All students are eligible for ad
mission by presentation of ASUO
cards. Eugene residents who pur
chased membership tickets during
the pre-season sale may also at
tend. This is the first of the series
of eight concerts scheduled for the
1944-45 season.
Appears
RAOUL JOBIN
Thursday in concert at
McArthur court.
Shack Meeting
Planned Tonight
All reporters and headline writ
ers will meet, in the Emerald news
room, ground floor, Journalism
building, tonight at 7:30.
Bud Jermain, Emerald editor
1939-40, will be at the meeting to
give suggestions on news gather
ing and writing.,
A11 persons interested in work
ing on the Emerald are urged to
attend by the editors. The follow
ing list of students have previously
ftbmitted their names for con
sideration and are especially re
quested to appear tonight:
Laurel Armstrong. Mary Brown
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Nursing Students Meet
Today With Director
Miss Henrietta Doltz will be in
101 Johnson hall today from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. for conferences with all
students registered in pre-nursing.
Miss Doltz is director of nursing
education at the University of Ore
gon medical school in Portland.
Yeomen Call Men!
Attention all unaffiliated in
dependent men! Come tonight
to the reorganization of the
Veoinen, in the men’s lounge of
(ierlinger hall at 7:30 p.m.
For further information re
garding the meeting see Doug
las Moore or Ervin Webb.
Mauy Cuenti Scheduled
tf-QA. HemcUndesi ol *7en*n
The social schedule for the remainder of the fall term was
released yesterday by Mrs. Alice Macduff, assistant dean of
women. Any additions to this calendar must be made by peti
tioning the dean of women’s office.
October 2;>, Wednesday
Gamma Phi reception.
October 26, Thursday
Concert series, Raoul Jobin.
October 27, Friday
“Skin of Our Teeth”
Young Democratic dance.
Gamma hall fireside.
Susan Campbell tea.
Allied Art league party.
Kappa Sigma hayride.
October 28, Saturday
“Skin of Our Teeth”
Hallowe’en dance
October 29, Sunday
Delta Delta Delta Smorgasbord.
Sigma Kappa tea.
October 3t, Tuesday
"Skin of Our Teeth”
November 1, Wednesday
“Skin of Our Teeth”
November 3, Friday *
Oregon vs. Coast Guard.
Hendricks hall open house.
Sigma hall fireside.
November 4, Saturday
Oregon vs. Coast Guard.
Kappa Kappa Gamma fireside.
Alpha Gamma Delta formal
Alpha Delta Pi house dance
Pi Beta Phi house dance
Kappa Alpha Theta house dance.
November 7, Tuesday
Alpha Gamma Delta reception
for national officer.
November 9, Thursday
Phi Theta Upsilon assembly.
November 10, Friday
Gamma ball house dance.
Phi Theta freshman mixer.
Delta Gamma bridge party.
Alpha hall house dance.
November 11, Saturday
Sophomore informal.
November 12, Sunday
Vesper service.
November 14, Tuesday
Concert.
November 17, Friday
Oregon vs. Willamette.
Gamma, hall open house. *
November 18, Saturday
Oregon vs. Willamette.
Delta Gamma house dance.
Delta Delta Delta house dance.
Orides formal.
Hendricks hall house dance.
Highland house dance.
Alpha Omicron Pi house dance.
Gamma Phi Beta house dance.
November 22, Wednesday
ASUO show.
November 23, Thursday
Thanksgiving.
November 24, Friday
Basketball.
Alpha Phi house dance.
November 25, Saturday
Basketball.
Sigma Kappa house dance
Omega hall house dance.
Alpha. Delta Pi fireside.
November 26, Sunday
Sigma Kappa tea.
November 27, Monday
CLOSED WEEKEND.
December 1, Friday
CLOSED WEEKEND.
December 2, Saturday
CLOSED WEEKEND.
December 3, Sunday
Vesper service.
December 4, Monday
Concert.
December 7, Thursday
Art bazaar.
December 8, Friday
Phi Theta Christmas program.
December 6, Saturday
Classes end.
December 11-15, Monday-Friday
Final examinations.
Antrobus Clan
Has Exciting Life
Mrs. Antrobus possesses a letter
which will change the course of
the world if it is ever read. This
letter contains all the things a
woman knows, but, because she is
a smart woman, Mrs. Antrobus
throws the letter into the ocean.
She and Mr. Antrobus have two
children. They’ve always had two
children, although not the same
two all the time, of course. She
and Mr. Antrobus have been mar
ried 5,000 years and the children
have changed off now and then,
what with Icc Ages and floods
and wars.
Mrs. Antrobus is president of the
Excelsior mother’s club, and is an
excellent needlewoman. That use
ful article, the apron, is one of her
inventions.
Meet this gracious and charming
mammal, portrayed by Dorothy
Weygandt. sophomore in music, at
the opening performance of “The
Skin of Our Teeth,” 8 p.m., Friday,
October 27, on the Guild hall stage.
Other performances are scheduled
for October 28, 31, and Novem
ber 1. Phone extension 216 for
reservations.
9d 9t P&iAilUe ?
The present McDonald theater
crowd,
Must choose Miss Lane County
with pains,
For every contestant must be
endowed,
With not only beauty but
brains. •—D.F.S.
Theta Vocalist
Wins In Second
Contest Tuesday
Kappa Alpha Theta’s Nancy
Kirkpatrick last evening won the
second of the nightly competitions
sponsored by the Eugene junior
chamber of commerce to determine
Miss Lane County. Miss Kirkpat
rick sang “One Kiss” by Romberg.
Nancy, together with the other
nightly winners, will appear in the
final elimination, to be staged Fri
day at 8 in the McDonald theater.
Four other University girls were
on last night’s program: Helen
Webb, Hendricks hall, singing
“With a Song in My Heart,” by
Rodgers; Gayle Nelson, Kappa
Kappa Gamma, who delivered a
monologue by Hare, “A Leap Year
Leap”; De Lu Simonsen, Susan
Campbell, singing Youman's
“Without a Song”; and Anna Belle
Wilkerson, Hilyard house, who
dramatized a scene from Ferber
and Kaufman’s “Stagcdoor.”
Rose Zena Latta, Alpha Gamma
Delta; Donna Wilbanks and Fran
ces Olsson, Gamma hall; Noreene
Kay Sauve, Zeta hall; and Nikki
John, Omega hall, will appear at
8 p.m. on the stage of the theater
for their auditions.
Miss Lane County-, to be chosen
by anonymous judges among the
audience Friday, will be sent to
Fortland by the Eugene junior
chamber of commerce, sponsors of
this contest, where she will com
pete for the title of Miss Oregon.
War Bond
Campaign
Plans Set
Publicity and eorrespondeu o
committee heads wei'e appoint il
Tuesday by co-chairmen of the war
bond drive, Ed Allen and Bob
Moran. Beverly Carroll will be uj
charge of publicity, and Cay Sh a.
and Gloria Cloud will handle cor
respondence.
This year’s drive will be held .in
a competition between Oregon
State college and the University,
and is scheduled for November til
to December 2. Exchange pro
grams will take place at both,
schools and the U. of O. rally sqiniJb
will appear at OSC for a p* ft,
assembly.
At the. representative meeting
held yesterday, the chairmen
stressed that in order to beat the
rival school, a great effort mini,
be put forth in canvassing for
bonds not only in homes and living
organizations, but also in the
neighborhood and downtown are'.'-t.
A $5 prize in war stamps w ft.
bo offered for a slogan, of fire
words or less to be used for th m
drive. All entries must be submit
ted to Bob Moran at the Phi Gai >r
ma Delta house by Thursday, Octo
ber 26, rather than Wednesday,
October 25, as stated in yestf r
day’s paper.
Military Training
During Peacetime
Discussion Topic
Donald Calhoun, Seattle, head of
the peace section of the American
Friends service committee of the
Pacific Northwest, w-ill take tie
negative side in a discussion on
“Shall We Have Peacetime Con
scription?” tonight at Weshy
house. Speaking in favor of peace
time conscription will be Kenneth.
Shumaker, director, lower division
advisory group.
The meeting, under the sponsor
ship of various religious groups in
Eugene, will begin at 8 p.m., aril
the public is invited. After the
formal program, the audience may
enter into the discussion.
Mr. Calhoun will arrive on tho
campus earlier in the day, and wiU
be at. Westminster house between 5
and 6 p.m. During that hour stu
dents may meet him and learn
about the peace program in w’hich
he is interested. He has been mat -
ing a special study of conscription
and the Four Freedoms.
Ex-YMCA Prexy Visits
UO Campus On Leave
Seen on the campus early this
week on an eight-day leave from
navy training at Willamette uni-*
versity was Don "Sleek” Jeppesen,
YMCA president 1943-44. "It’s not
half bad after you get used to it,"
Don remarked “but I’d much rather
be right here at Ol’ Oregon," bo
added after a moment’s thought.
With his trainig period good for
at least another year, Jeppesr.fi
leaves to get back to the well
known “grind” Sunday evening.
Veteran Aide Available
For Advising Thursday
To discuss problems with the re
turned veteran students on tbo
campus, Lester E. Coggins, chief
of the training and education divi
sion, will be in Dean Virgil Earl'?
office Thursday from 9 a.m. to
12 noon.
Dean Earl said that more timo
can be arranged if these hours arc
not sufficient.