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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1946)
Recital Tuesday To Feature
University Women’s Chorus
me University Women’s chorus,
conducted by Jan Kok, graduate
■assistant in the school of music,
will be presented by the school of
music under the auspices of the
educational activities board, in a
recital Tuesday, February 26.
Miss Sylvia Hillman will accom
pany. The concert will be held at
the music school auditorium !at
The first series of pieces will
consist of the Alleluja by Mozart
from the motet “Exsultate jubi
late” arranged by Wallingford
Riegger; “Sheep May Safely
Graze” by Bach, arranged by
Katherine Davis; and “Reverie” by
Debussy, arranged by Bryceson
Two negro spirituals will be in
cluded in the second group: “Were
You There,” arranged by H. T.
Burleigh, and “Peter, Go Ring Dem
Bells,” arranged by Noble Cain;
and old Irish melody, “Down By
the Sally Gardens,” arranged by
Richard Donavan; and “Little
Children All,” by J. Guy Ropartz,
taken from a French lullaby and
arranged by Katherine Kay Davis.
Miss Killman Solos
Two piano solos, Chopin’s “Noc
turne Opus 72, No. 1,” and Rac
maninoff’s “Prelude Opus 32, No.
12,” will be given by Miss Kill
In conclusion the chorus will
sing “The Cloth of Heaven” by
Thomas F. Dunhill arranged by
Katherine Davis; “When Moon
light Falls” by Gardner Read, ar
ranged by Vail Read; and “On The
Street Car,” by Richard Purvis,
with Miss Hazel Northrop as inci
Reedsport Audience to Near
"Campus Musicians Monday
Reedsport will hear the second
of a series of concerts sponsored
by the University school of music
Monday night in the high school
auditorium at Reedsport.
Violinist Janet Shafer will start
the program off with “Sonata in
G-Minor” by Tartini; and “Zigeu
nerweissen” by Sarasate. Complet
ing her appearance she will play
“Humoreske” by Dvorak. Accom
panying Miss Shafer will be Wilma
Micaeli’s aria from "Carmen,”
by Bizet will be sung by soprano
Rose Zena Latta, with the accom
paniment by Patricia Metcalf. Miss
Latta will also sing “Romany Life”
from the “Fortune Teller,” by Vic
tor Herbert, and “Kiss Me Again,”
-toftn “Mille. Modiste.”
Eugene Herbrar, cornetist, will
play Leonard Smith’s “Spanish
Caprice” and Goldman’s “My
eHaven of Love.”
A male quartet composed of
Lyman Barrett, Lowell Chase,
James McMullen, and Earl Ander
son will sing “Smoke Gets In Your
Eyes” by Jerome Kern; and two
negro folk songs, "Nobody Knows
the Trouble I’ve Seen” and
The fifth number on the pro
gram will be two piano solos by
Patricia Metcalf. Miss Metcalf will
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play Poulenc’s "Toccata” and
Palmgren’s “En Route.”
The final number will be James
McMullen, baritone, who will sing
De Koven’s “Drinking Song” from
“Robin Hood;” Vincent Youman’s
“Without a Song” and Romberg’s
“Stout-Hearted Men,” from “New
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should be attending the U. of W.
The big-wigs at the Univer
sity of Chicago must have ab
sorbed some of that region’s
famous ice and cold into their
hearts. They have followed up
their six-year ban on inter
collegiate football by banning
social fraternities, beginning
in March, 1947.
"AND THEY GET PAID FOR
IT YET department. . .
From the classified ads of the
Purdue Exponent: WANTED:
Male students to work in women’s
Outing club hike
All day international festival
Delta Delta Delta rushing week
Alpha Omicron Pi faculty dinner
Town and Gown group is to
meet in the Browsing room at the
library instead of at Mrs. J. R.
Jewel's at 4 p.m.
There are only 257 more shop
ping days until Christmas.
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If you're looking for
something to do this evening
You'll both have fun,
and it's healthful, too.
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Peace?” Leading tlie first group
in the YWCA lounge, will be Mrs.
M. E. Norton, regional secretary
of the YWCA, speaking through
the outlook of the student Chris
tian associations and denomina
tional groups. Student leadership
will guide the thoughts of the
group to meet in the conference
room of the YMCA, who will con
centrate on the promotion of
world peace through education in
student governments, social, scho
lastic, and service honoraries, in
Those interested in the fields of
pdlitical action of influence and
support of world peace and educa
tion movements, in the govern
ment, and the United Nations Or
ganization will be under the leader
ship of Dean Karl Onthank, meet
ing in the YWCA.
An interesting and colorful pro
gram should be in store for those
attending the International tea at
3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in Alumni hall,
Gerlinger. The foreign ' students
will wear the garb of their people,
while the program will be supplied
with student talent.
Playing a significant role in the
preparations for the festival are
Bjorg Hansen and Fred Good
speed who are co-chairmen. Al
though this is the first type of
meeting to deal with such an in
ternationally important subject, all
those who have been responsible
for the arrangements are sure that
it will be a great success.
After participation in the Uni
versity festival, the delegation of
Oregon State students to be
present will be experienced for a
similar conference to be held at
Corvallis next week.
Students are welcome to any
part of the conference during the
day, except that reservations for
the luncheon were to have been
TREAT FOR ASTRI
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pictured, but was instead, a force
capable of inflicting deep wounds
and leaving the scars. My beauti
ful hopes were smashed, and all
I had of Astri was a frightened
turtle from Panama.
Exhausted from sobbing, my
mind was so dulled that I com
pletely forgot my evening prayers.
For a long time I lay and listen
ed to the sad pattering of rain
drops on the roof and the droning
of adult voices in the room below
me. Then I patted the little turtle
in the box beside my bed, and
turned over and slept.
Slated by Yeomen
The Yeomen will hold their all
campus dance in Gerlinger hall,
March 2. The theme ‘‘Spring Fe
ver” is based upon the song ‘‘It
Might As Well Be Spring” from
the picture “State Fair.” Cartoons
by Russell Sabin will illustrate the:
lyrics of the song.
The tickets for the dance are i
$4.20 per couple and may be ob- !
tained at the Co-op or from indi- j
vidual Yeomen next week. Suits!
and sport coats will be in order for
the men and print dresses for the
• Music for the dance will be pro
vided by Skip Youman and his
Mary Ruth Springer
Chuck de Ganahl
A DUCK AT THE DIAL
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lonna appear on Request Perform
ance, the civilian version of Com
mand Performance which was
heard only by servicemen overseas,
at 6, CBS.
Gertrude Lawrence stars on
Reader’s Digest at 11 a.m. on CBS
followed by Lon McAllister and
Jeanne Crain in their original
screen roles in “Home in Indiana”
on Hollywood Star Time at 11:30.
At 12 Alexander Brailowsky plays
the Second Piano Concerto of
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Rachmaninoff and Artur Rodzin
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Symphony on the New York Phil
harmonic on CBS. Because Nelson
Kddy is on the sick list, Kenny
Baker and Anne Jamison will take
over the Electric Hour on CBS at
Monday Paul Whiteman will
honor Sigmund Romberg's music
on his program at 6:30 on KEX.
Joan Davis will do a take-off on
the present UNO site dispute when
a stranger asks leading questions
about Swanville on behalf of his
UNO on her show at S:30, CBS.
“What should we do about the
British loan ?” will be the topic on
the American Forum of the Air
on KORE at 6:30 with Assistant
Secretary of State William U
Clayton and Senator Claude Pep
per among those participating.
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