Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 02, 1946, Page 7, Image 7

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    •r. Paul I. Risley
o Speak Monday
“The Origin of Twins in Verte
jrates,” the first of a series of
ter term lectures sponsored by
;ma Xi, science honorary, will
presented Monday night at 8
. in 105 Deady. Dr. Paul I. Ris
iy, head of the biology depart
nent, will deliver the lecture.
Before coming to Oregon in
September, 1945, Dr. Risley was a
nember of 'the faculty at the State
Jniversity of Iowa, a position
Vhich he had held since 1931.
The biologist received his B. A.
legree in 1927 from Albion college,
Albion, Michigan; his M. S. in 1939
:rom the University of Michigan,
and his Ph.D. in 1931, also from
Michigan.
Dr. Risley is a member of Sigma
Xi, the American Society of Zoolo
gists, the American Society of
[Naturalists, and the American As
sociation of Anatomists.
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CAMPUS CALENDAR
Today
Dads’ weekend
Basketball—Oregon vs. Washing
ton, here
“Duckpot,” the YMCA - YWCA
open house will be held tonight
Sunday
Town and Gown
Alpha Omicron Pi faculty dinner
Monday
Heads of houses meeting
Marion Fong to Discuss
Chinese Relationships
“Chinese Relationships,’ a stu
dent forum led by Marion Fong,
junior in liberal arts, will be fea
tured Sunday night at 6:15 o’clock
when the Town and Campus group
meet in the White room of the
First Christian church. This lec
ture will be the third of a series
of race discussions.
A short devotional service wijl
be held before the meeting and
refreshments will be served. All
students are invited to attend.
Groups to Fete Dads
After Game Tonight
A joint YMCA-YWCA open
house honoring the visiting dads
is scheduled for tonight after the
Washington game in the YWCA
bungalow.
All students are urged to bring
their dads to the affair. The open
house will last until midnight.
Committees for the social are:
decorations, Helen Magillicuddy;
music, Marge Fisher; entertain
ment, Mary Joy Ham; hostesses,
Ann Bartlett and Carolyn Jenks.
Personalized
Public Address
Service
HOUSE DANCES ASSEMBLIES
INDOORS OR OUT
G. H. SMEED Ph. 1213-W
!
WELCOME U of O
Dads and Students
11 a.m.
“THE POSSESSOR OF HEAVEN AND
EARTH”
7 :30 p.m.
“HOW TO CHOOSE A WIFE”
University Class, 9:45 a.m.—Fellowship, 6:30 p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
11 road way at High Dr. V. Webster, Pastor
Avoid
Accidents
Play Safe
Drive Safely
ASK ABOUT OUR
2-WAY PLAN
For Your Driving Safety
Corner 11th and Pearl
185 E 11th Phone 448
Newburn to Talk
In Eastern Oregon
Dr. Harry K. Newburn, president
of the University, will address vari
ous organizations in eastern Ore
gon Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb
ruary 5 and 6, it was disclosed by
his secretary today.
At noon on Tuesday Dr. New
burn will present his views on the
Problems of Education to the Lions
Club of Hood River, Oregon. After
this speech he will discuss the
same subject at the Pomona
Grange in Hood River.
Members of the La Grande Ro
tary club will hear Dr. Newburn’s
speech, Education for Internation
al Understanding, Wednesday at
noon. From there Dr. Newburn will
go to Baker and speak on the same
subject at the annual banquet of
the Baker County Chamber of
Commerce.
He will return to the University
Friday, February 8.
STUDENTS TO VIEW
(Continued from page three)
ia wounded and her assailant is
Carmen;
Jose is ordered t6 take her into
custody. He does but subsequently
unfastens the cords that bind her
hands and she escapes at the foot
of the bridge.
Act two occurs in the Inn of
Leilas Pastia. Carmen is with
friends at a table where they sing
and dance. Escamillo-, a victorious
bullfighter from Granada, arrives.
The soldiers and gypsies welcome
him, but he devotes himself to Car
men. When Escamillo and the
soldiers depart, two smugglers
who have booty in view seek Car
men’3 assistance. They persuade
her to induce Jose, who has de
serted his regiment to- follow the
gypsy girl, to join their band.
Mountain Scene
The action of act three takes
place in a rocky pass in the moun
tains. Don Jose and Carmen are
seen in a haunt of the smugglers.
Escamillo appears and arouses the
jealous Don Jose.
They rush together, but the
smugglers separate them. Esca
millo then invites everyone to the
bull fight at Seville. While Don
Jose is upbraiding Carmen, the
faithful Micaela enters and begs
him to accompany her to his
mother, who is dying. Don Jose
goes with Micaela.
Carmen Dies
The fourth act occurs in the en
trance to the bull ring. As the bull
fight is about to begin, Escamillo
arrives with the faithless Carmen.
He enters the ring. Carmen’s gypsy
friends warn her that Jose is in
search of her.
She resolves to face him. He
enters, maddened by Carmen’s joy
at the triumph of Escamillo, Jose
stabs her. She dies as the victor
ious Escamillo arrives upon the
scene.
Alimony: The high cost of leav
ing.
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REGISTRATION
(Continued from page three)
vesper program will be a talk by
Bobby Reynolds, sophomore foot
ball star.
Have Fun, Dad!
"The sincere wish of the Ore
gon students is to have all dads
enjoy this weekend we have
planned for them and get better
acquainted with the University,"
declares Dorothy Habel, Dads’ Day
chairman.
Students unable to obtain living
quarters for their fathers should
contact Edith Goldstein, emer
gency housing chairman, at Hen
dricks hall immediately. Some
places are available.
Committee chairmen for the
Dads' weekend include: general
chairman, Dorothy Habcl; pub
licity. Trudi Chernis and Barbara
Johns; open house. Bob Miller.
Bill Knapp, and Dick Kaegi; pro
motion, Barbara Borrevik and Bar
bara Wells; registration, Arm
Burgess and George Alexander;
transportation, Bob Metrifield;
campus tour, Dedo Misley and
Helen Hicks; emergency housing,
Edith Goldstein; awards, Torn
Kay; posters, Margaret Rauch and
Joan Rambo; and church services,
Anna Jean Winters.
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