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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1947)
The Wesley Chorus will go to
Cottage Grove Sunday afternoon
for their first trip of the
year to present a complete
choral program at the First Meth
odist church. The group now com
prises over 60 members.
The program at Cottage Grove
will start with the entire group
singing “Spirit of God,” by Harris.
Other numbers will include "Open
Our Eyes,” by Macfarlane, “Agnus
Dei,” by Bizet and “Lullaby on
Christmas Eve,” by Christiansen.
Soloists in the Sunday program
are Eleanor Culver singing “How
Beautiful on the Mountains,”
James Kays singing “The Holy
City,” and Marilyn Griffith carry
ing the solo part in “Lullaby on
Richard Bishop will give a violin
solo, “Ave Maria,” by Schubert.
A double quarter will present
“Prayer,” by Guion.
The chorus is directed by Rev.
Complete For Week
This week’s Oregana picture
schedule will be completed wdth
Hendricks hall today and Minturn
hall tomorrow. Kennell-Ellis studio
is taking the pictures according to
the following schedule:
November 10: Campbell club
November 10 and 11: Kappa
November 11: Cherney hall
November 12: Merrick hall
Bazaar Petitions Due
petitions for chairmanships of
the AWS Bazaar are due Saturday.
Junior and sophomore women are
eligible. The petitions are to be
turned in to Barbara Johns at the
Delta Gamma house.
David Seaman, director of Wes
ley house. The accompanist for the
program at Cottage Grove will be
The Lewis and Clark expedition
began the winter of 1803-04.
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The campus will observe two
minutes of silence at 11 a.m. Arm
istice day, Dick Williams, educa
tional activities manager, said
Thursday. Classes will be held as
usual and the silent period will be
observed in all 11 o’clock classes.
The University whistle will blow
for 15 seconds at the beginning of
the silent period and again for 15
seconds at the end, Williams said.
Before the campus enrollment
was so large, an assembly was held
at 11 a.m. Armistice day to cele
brate the end of World War I.
Since assemblies on campus have
been discontinued, it has been im
possible to have an Armistice day
program, Dr. Earl Pallette, assist
ant to the president, declared
Eugene residents will also ob
serve the Armistice day silent pe
riod, Fred Brenne, secretary of the
Eugene chamber of commerce, said
Thursday. Clerks in the downtown
stores will inform the customers
about the silent period at 11 a.m.
and the American Legion has
planned a ceremony for that time.
Radio stations and the town whis
tle will also announce the silent
period, Brenne said.
8-12 p.m.: Wesley house party
night. Open house.
8-12 p.m.: Westminster house
No dance classes at Westminster
Folk dancing at the YMCA to
Betty Lagomarsino, night editor
Betty Lou Russell
Gloria Talarico, editor
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Sally Waller and Jackie Moors
were elected president and re
cording secretary respectively a1
the AWS cabinet and congress
meeting held Wednesday. Reports
on the Campus Life program were
given and plans for the Bazaar
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Solid Footing Assured
PORTLAND, Ore.—Jimmy Rich
ardson, manager of Multnomah
stadium here, said Thursday that'
no matter how hard it rains Sat
urday, UCLA and Oregon State
will have solid footing for their
conference football battle. Rich
ardson said the new drainage sys
tem had proved itself in the Port
land - Washington State game
played in a steady downpour
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