Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 31, 1947, Page 8, Image 8

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    Faculty Quartet
To Play Sunday
“Chacony,” the first number of
a program that the faculty string
quartet of the University will pre
sent at 3:30 Sunday afternoon in
th§ music school auditorium, was
composed between 1680 and
1683 by Purcell. Never published,
the selection was revived in 1909 by
the London chamber concert assoc
iation. Originally composed for
viols and restricted in compass, the
number is perfectly adapted for
performance by the modern string
“Quartet in B flat (K. No. 4oo>
by Mozart, sometimes better
known as “The Hunt,” consisting of
“Allergo vivace assai,” Menuetto,”
“Adagio,” and “Allegro assai,”
make up the second portion of the
program. The third and final part,
"Quartet in A minor, Opus 29” by
Schubert, includes “Allegro ma non
trappe,” “Andante,” “Menuetto
Allegretto,” and “Allegro modera
Appealing in the quartet will be
Gearge Bough ton, assistant profes
sor of violin, and Mary Kapp All
ton, violins; Dr. Edmund Cykler,
associate professor of musicology,
viola; and Milton Dieterich, in
structor in music, violon cello.
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University Accepts
Journals, Grants
Recent gifts and grants to the
University, totaling more than
$12,500 were accepted by the state
board of higher education at its
meeting Tuesday, according to
Charles D. Byrne, secretary of the
I board.
Seven scientific journals, valued
at $280.70, are the gift of Dr. Will
V. Norris, professor of physics in
the University.
A gift of $125 from the Oregon
State P.E.O. Sisterhood, is to pro
vide a scholarship for a designated
The U. S. navy research division
granted $5,750 to the mathematics
department to cover “research in
mathematical statictics directed to
ward development of distribution
of simplified statistics.”
A grant of $2,400 from the re
search corporation, New York, is
given as a Frederick Gardner Cot
trell special grant-in-aid for the
support for one year of a chemistry
research project, under the direct
ion of Dr. Hans Heymann, assis
tant professor of chemistry.
The research corporation has
also given a grant of $4000 as a
Frederick Gardner Cottrell special
grant-in-aid for the support for
one year of the project entitled
"Research in Vacuum Spectro
scopy,” under the direction of Dr.
Frederick W. Paul, associate prof
essor of physics.
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Library Curator
Collects Specialties
Martin Schmitt, curator of
special collections at the Univer
sity library, has recently returned
from a collection trip. Schmitt
made a circle of Northeastern Ore
gon in search for additional mat
erial for the Oregon collection.
Among the materials he obtained
were the account books of W. H.
Marshall, a blacksmith in Pendle
ton, Oregon from 1880-1890. The
books were donated to the Univer
sity by Mr. Roy Raley of Pendle
Also obtained on the trip was a
piece of sheepskin script, issued
in Heppner during the depression,
to supplement money during the
early 1930's.
Saturday, November 8.
Dancing 9 to 1
Table reservations on sale at
Appliance Center, 70 W. 10th, Eugene
There will probably be no admittance after
table reservations have been filled.
Don't forget dancing at
The Park
Every Saturday Night
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Topic Assigned
Essay Contest
‘‘Building a Positive Way of Life
in accordance with the Scientific
Method and Highest Aspirations
of Mankind” is the assigned sub
ject for a college students essay
contest sponsored by the American
humanist association. Publishers of
‘‘The Humanist”, a quarterly, the
essays should run between 1000
and 1400 words.
Prizes of $25 and $10 are offered
for essays written by individuals
and for essays prepared by five or
more students. Group essays should
rewlt from group discussion and the
essay may be given a briefer title
than the one suggested by the asso
ciation. Winning entries will be
published in "The Humanist”.
Entrants should indicate the col
lege or university they are attend
ing and the name and address of
the group and its representative
presenting a group essay. Entries
should be postmarked not later
than Dec. 20, 1947 and no manu
script will be returned. They should
be sent to the American Humanist
Association, 569 So. 13th East,
Salt Lake City 2, Utah.
Dr. Eldon Johnson
Returns From East
Dr. Eldon L. Johnson, dean of
the graduate school, has recently
returned from a trip east where he
discussed graduate problems with
graduate and undergraduate deans
at various universities.
The proper evaluation of for
eign student’s records and their
subsequent admission into the grad
uate school was one of the prob
lems considered. He also discussed
the granting of Master and Ph.D
degrees with emphasis on teaching
rather than research.
Dr. Johnson visited on the Univ
ersity of Colorado, University of
Nebraska, University of Iowa, and
the University of Minnesota cam
puses. While in Iowa, he attended
a two day session of the association
of American universities in Iowa
City. He reported that at this
session he received many helpful
suggestions which will be incorpor
ated into the Oregon graduate
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Honorary ro /vieer
Pi Lambda Theta, women’s nat
ional educational honorary, will
hold its first fall meeting Novem
ber 6, at 7:30 in the education
building. Mrs. Virginia Greer,
teacher at University high school,
will speak on “Education in Japan.”
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Onthank to Place
Future Graduates
Karl W. Onthank, dean of per
sonnel administration, returned to
the campus Thursday from a trip
to Portland and Seattle, during
which he contacted personnel man
agers of various stores and com
panies, and attended several meet
At an alumni committee meeting
in Seattle, Nov. 17 was set at the
tentative date for a kickoff for the
Student Union drive there. Presi
dent Harry K. Newburn is sched
uled to speak.
Onthank said that the executive
board of University of Oregon
mothers, which met in Portland,
is raising money for further schol
arships and loan funds. The board
also heard a favorable report on
a proposed project of issuing a
University of Oregon Mothers’
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Erie, Pa., in 1843.
Faculty Group to Meet
“A' panef”dis'cussion on “Recrea
tional Problems in Eugene and Vic
inity” will be featured at the Sat
urday evening meeting of the Un
iversity faculty club. Don January,
Eugene supervisor of parks and
playgrounds, and Howard Buford,
Eugene planning consultant, will
be special guests for the affair. The
program is in charge of F. A.
Cuthbert, associate professor of
landscape architecture.
Leaders to Report
Mildred Chetty, chairman of the
AWS Campus Life program, has
requested that student leaders com
pile reports of the activities of
their groups. House representa
tives will submit the reports at
next Wednesday’s AWS Congress
Gloria Talarico, Editor
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