Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 25, 1946, Page 8, Image 8

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    Today’s World
FRANKFURT, Germany, April
24.— (UP)—General Joseph T. Mc
Narney, commanding United States
forces in Europe, ordered his sub
ordinates to restore the “deterior
ated” discipline of American sol
diers and end an epidemic of black
market activities, drunkenness,
and disrespect for authority.
CLEVELAND, April 24.—(UP)
-—A nationwide rail strike appear
ed likely as delegates of two rail
unions met to consider recommend
ations made by a presidential fact
finding board in the railroad wage
NEW YORK, April 24.—(UP) —
The Soviet Union’s threat of an
other boycott of the United Na
tions Security Council sent coun
cil members into a series of infor
mal hotel room conferences in an
effort to restore a semblance of
Big Three unity.
CHUNGKING, April 24.—(UP)
•—Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek
announced indefinite postponement
of the first meeting of China’s Na
tional Assembly and press reports
said that the government has de
cided to forfeit Harbin, a major
Manchurian industrial city, to
Communist troops.
LONDON, April 24.—(UP)—The
conference of dominion prime min
isters began at No. 10 Downing
street and was expected to end in
a solid empire front against Rus
sian expansion in the Mediterran
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and mittens accumulated number
close to 100. Some single but
valuable items to be auctioned are
a letterman’s sweater, waterproof
ski jacket, slide rule, and three
biology sets.
Chairman of the event, Dorothy
Davis, announces that money col
lected by the auction will be used
for AWS scholarships, given to de
serving University women each
year by the organization. “Every
one ought to turn out for this,”
declared Miss Davis. “Besides aid
ing a wonderful cause, the auction
may prove entertaining and profit
The auction was originally plan
ned for winter term, but it was
postponed because of the busy
schedule at the end of last term.
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The Business1
Manager's annual report
Nomination of candidates
for positions on the board
of directors
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Mozart. The piece has been trans
cribed for the band from the origi
nal . piano score, with only the
trumpets and trombones omitted.
A musical humoresque, “Per
petual Motion,” by John Straus,
will be played in relays—with al
most all sections of the band see
ing action.
Among other numbers being pre
sented on the performance are
Isolde’s Love Death from' Wag
ner’s “Tristran and Isolde,” and the
first movement of the “Second
Symphony” by Borodin.
The band has played recent en
gagements at Marshfield, Rose
burg, and Junction City.
Members of Band
Members of the band who will
participate in the concert tonight
Flutes; Don Scott, Marilyn Am
brose, Lois Hill, Leora Lauderdale;
oboes; Jean Girts, Beverley Moses;
bassoons; Darle West, Jean Huds
peth; first clarinets; Julia Balz
hiser, Shirley Baldwin, Margaret
Holm, Aleanor Merrifield, Dean
Forbes, Albin Sundsten; second
clarinets; Shirley Thurman, Gladys
Stone, Barbara Weisz, Chester
Pietka, Howard Haugsland, Dan
Eaton, Marilyn Wright, Marcia
Summers; Saxophones; Richard
Carlton, Lenore McMillan, Patricia
Klar; French horns; Lewis Vogier,
Lorraine Cheney, Henry Howard,
Barbara Wick; cornets; Eugene
Hebrard, James Arment, Robert
Lennerville, Mary Bea Hall, Ed
ward Keefe, Richard* Doty; trom
bones; Robert McFadyen, David
Mortimore, Ray Straub, Wally
Martin, Tom Kellis; baritones;
Hurstell Russell, Richard Pollock;
tubas; George Wiseman, Robert
Wiseman, Royal Denton; snare
drum; Leo Lohikoski; tympani;
Johnette King, and base drum;
Robert Reeves.
(Continued from page one)
A graduate of the University in
the class of ’22, Ellsworth was a
member of Kappa Sigma, Sigma
Delta Chi, Sigma Upsilon, and Phi
Mu Alpha while on the campus.
He was also active on the staffs
of various student publications. He
became manager of the Emerald
in his sophomore year and manager
of the Oregana the following year.
He was business manager and one
of the founders of Lemon Punch,
then an independent publication
and now a part of Oregana. The
humor magazine flourished for
three years under Ellsworth's
During his college years, he
worked as advertising manager on
the Oregon City Enterprise, after
graduation held the same position
on the Morning Register in Eugene.
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Barlow’s Grocery
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This was followed by three years
as advertising manager of the
4-L Lumber News in Portland.
A man whose favorite hobby is
fishing, Ellsworth went to Congress
three years ago with the promise
that his purpose was not “to get,”
that his district wanted “to give.”
(Continued from page one)
The program is part of the Uni
versity Lecture series under the
direction of Dr. Rudolph Ernst.
Dr. Arnold Elston, speaking at
the April 30 meeting, is prominent
FOR SALE: Man’s bicycle, $20.
See Harry Stone, Westminister
house during noon hours.
LOST: Red Shaeffer fountain pen,
without clip, on main campus.
LOST: D. U. pin between Mac
court and D. U. house. Reward.
Call 1128 John Weisel.
in musical and academic spheres
throughout the country. Achieving
his Ph.D. with honors from Har
vard, Dr. Elston studied in Vienna
under the modern composers An
ton Webern and Nadia Boulanger,
held teaching positions at Vassar,
City College of N. Y., and Cam
bridge School of Liberal Arts. He
has lectured at several leading
American universities, and is the'*'
translator of Hugo Leichtentritt’s
“History of Music.”
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