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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1945)
The following schedule of musical events for spring term
has been released by Mrs. Hay, school of music secretary.
April 17—Duo-piano program under direction of George
April 19—Violin recital, Marilyn Olson.
April 22—Band concert.
April 23—Odeon exhibit.
April 24—Vocal recital, Jean Carkin Sanesi.
April 26—Student violin recital under direction of Rex
April 27—Vesper choir concert.
May 1—Vocal recital, Marilyn Miller.
May 3—Violin ensemble directed by Rex Underwood.
May 7—Eugene Women’s Choral club concert, McArthur
May 15—Opera concert, under direction of Sigurd Nilssen.
May 17—Orchestra concert.
May 21—Student violin recital, directed by Rex Under
May 22—Piano recital, Edna Fisher.
May 24—Piano recital, Betty Jean Taylor.
May 29—Organ recital, Helen Luvaas.
May 31—Eugene Gleemen, McArthur court.
Latest Excuse Given
For Absence of Story
Past masters in the art of mak
ing excuses are college students.
M it isn’t one excuse, it's another.
A sincere attempt to instruct stu
dents in the gentle ( ?) art of re
writing news events via the tele
phone have resulted in the most
outlandish problems and excuses in
the 9 o’clock elementary journal
Half of the class was loaded
with information and the other
half of the class was assigned to
call them to take down notes and
rewrite the story. What would be
the best time to call ? It was vir
tually impossible to agree on a
^ime suitable to all the members
of the class.
“How about 8 o’clock?” the pro
fessor asked hopefully.
“Gotta study then,” the students
“Well, then, 6 o’clock?”
"Sunday Dinner for
— and —
“But we eat at 6,” several las
The professor thought for a mo
ment, then suggested, “You aren't
supposed to be eating or studying
“Oh, but that’s when we sleep.’’
Finally, perspiring slightly, the
professor managed to persuade
them to call at 10:25. The next
morning he found a note in one
of his boxes. It was the epitome
of all excuses:
“At 10:25 I called.and the
line was busy. I keep call every
five minets until about 10:50 when
one of the fellows took the phone
until 11:05 or 11:10 when I called
.f. again and this timed they
answered and said she had gone to
bed and they would not call her."
Alumni Elect New
Charles H. Huggins of Salem is
the new president of the Univer
sity of Oregon Alumni association
and Mrs. David M. Graham of Eu
gene is the vice-president, it was
announced Monday at the alumni
office. Mr. Huggins, who succeeds
Lynn A. Parr of Portland, class of
’22, is associated with the Huggins
Insurance corporation of Salem.
Mrs. Graham, class of 1912, re
places Robert S. Miller of Port
Shredded Wheat Co.
To Award Prizes
A project of the advertising
problems class this term will be a
presentation of a complete market
ing and advertising campaign for
Shredded Wheat products of the
National Biscuit company in the
annual Botsford, Constantine and
The contest provides for prizes
of $40, $30 and $20 for the three
Coed: “I’m telling you for the
last time, you can’t kiss me.”
Man on the campus: “Fine. I
knew you’d weaken sooner or
First student: Let's cut class
and take in a movie. Second stu
dent: Can’t, old man, I need the
FRIDAY, green Eversharp pen.
Liberal reward. Bob Pittenger,
Year’s Dates Set,
But Not With Men
* Perhaps the matter of next
year's academic calendar is far re
moved from the student’s mind,
but administrative circles in John
son hall have had to look ahead,
and the calendar for 1945-46 has
been approved by the chancellor's
Freshman week and registration
is scheduled for September 17-22,
with classes starting September
24. November 22-25 will be allowed
for Thanksgiving, and final exams
will end December 18.
With winter term registration
scheduled for January 2, the last
examinatoin will be March 22.
Spring term will open on April 1,
and exams will last until June 14.
Commencement is set for June 16.
Seniors Must File
Credentials for Jobs
All seniors, whether or not they
are looking for immediate jobs,
should have their credentials filed
soon at the employment bureau,
Karl W. Onthank, dean of person
nel, has announced. Forms must be
sent to former instructors and em
ployers to give the student refer
ences which are the basis of con
fidential reports to prospective em
Dean Onthank stressed the im
portance of filing credentials while
the student is in school, as later on
faculty members may be absent.
With a complete record on file, the
graduate may write the University
for necessary and valuable refer
References of students who plan
to teach are handled through a
placement bureau at the school of
Janet Moore Added
To English Staff
Miss Janet Moore was added to
the staff of the University depart
ment of English last week as a
graduate assistant. She will teach
one section of composition and
read papers for other teachers
while taking several graduate
Miss Moore came to Oregon
from New York, where she was
employed at the Rockefeller Insti
tute for Medical Research as secre
tary to the assistant business
Poetry Brochure — 50c
Written by Pfc. Litterio Earsaci
“When you write you put a per
son into a spell of everything
that means happiness.’’
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Coast Guard Sets
Exams at Eugene
Eugene has been chosen as one
of five cities in the 13th naval
district as places where competi
tive examinations will be held May
9 and 10 for admission to the coast
guard academy, it has been an
nounced from Seattle headquarters.
Other cities named are Seattle,
Spokane, Portland, and Boise,
Examinations will be given by
commissioned officers, and men
between 17 and 22 years of age are
eligible if they applied before
Cadets receive $780 a year dur
ing the four-year training which
leads to a bachelor of science de
gree and a commission as an en
sign in the coast guard. Congres
sional appointment is not involved
as in other service schools.
Professor: How many times have
I told yon to get to class on time ?
Susie Williams: Don't know — I
thought you we» keeping score.
April in Oregon
. . . the time for
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