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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1947)
Completion of the cast for the
“Beggar’s Opera,” to be presented
in its entirety with an orchestra
.7 next May, has been announced by
director Herman Gelhausen, asso
ciate professor in the school of
Members of the cast are Sally
Peabody as Polly Peachum, Claire
Lewis as Mrs. Peachum, Virginia
Walker as Lucy Lockit, Wayne
Sherwood as Captain MacHeath,
James McMullen as Peachum, Wil
liam Putnam as Lockit, and James
Kays as Filch. *
Roles of eight ladies of the town
will be sung by Treva Rice, Bar
bara Detrich, Marjorie Graham,
Janet Nielsen, Jean Lichty, Shir
ley Anderson, Mary Margaret Dun
dore, and Joyce Davis.
Lowell Chase, Clell Conrad,
Elend Pentilla, Loren Bush, Wil
liam O’Leary, Phillip Green, Deraid
Parks, and Earl Anderson will act
as the eight men in Mac Heath’s
Rehearsals for this production,
sponsored by the music school, are
scheduled to begin next week.
Director Gelhausen sung with
the original English “Beggar’s
Opera” company, which made a
two-year tour of the United States
in the 1920's.
The opera was written in 1728 by
Pi Kappa Phi
Pi Kappa Phi, a new social fra
ternity at the University of Ore
gon, will be granted a charter and
installed on the Oregon campus
December 6. The University chap
ter of the fraternity will be known
as Alpha Omega.
Installation will be held in the
Osburn hotel at 5:30 p.m. December
6, followed by a banquet.
Dr. George Odgers, president of
Gray’s Harbor college at Aber
deen, Washington, and past district
Archon of Pi Kappa Phi, will be
the principal speaker. J. A1 Head,
national secretary of the fraternity
will give the welcoming address
and act as installing officer, and
Vergil Fogdall, assistant dean of
men, will welcome the chapter to
the University of Oregon campus.
Marion Sigovich, district Archon,
will also speak.
The fraternity, originally found
ed in 1904 at the University of
South Carolina, was formed last
spring at the University of Oregon.
The new chapter is now housed in
Charter members of the Univer
sity chapter of the fraternity are
v Robert Chapman, John Jackson,
Alfred Ruedy, Lynn Bucklin, Don
Yuletide Concert Slated
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concert to be given in the music school auditorium at 4 p.m. Sunday
are Beverly Howard and Wayne Sherwood.
General co-chairmen for tomor
row’s combined Phi Mu Alpha Sin
fonia and Mu Phi Epsilon Christ
mas concert are Wayne Sherwood
and Beverly Howard, seniors from
the University school of music. The
concert will be presented tomorrow
in the school of music auditorium,
at 4 p.m.
Sherwood, a voice student, en
tered the University from Portland,
where he had appeared on a week
ly quarter-hour radio show. Last
month he won the statewide vocal
ist division of the Portland Sym
phony orchestra Young Artists'
contest, and he will appear with
that orchestra as a featured solo
ist in a 1948 concert.
Beverly Howard, a piano student,
also entered the University from
Portland. She has had an original
work presented in the 1947 Odeon,
and is scheduled to appear in a
senior recital next year.
Arabian Oil Firm
Offers Varied Jobs
The Arabian-American Oil com
pany now has openings for service
in Saudi Arabia for accountants
and stenographers, as well as en
gineers, geologists and geophysic
ists, according to word received
recently at the office of Karl On
thank, dean of personnel adminis
Those interested in this type of
work, as well as those interested in
placement of any kind, should see
Dean Onthank as quickly as possi
To Benefit Tea
Final arrangements have been
made for the AWS sponsored bene
fit tea to be given this afternoon
from two to four. Special invita
tions have been extended to 'the
w'ves of faculty members, Dames,
and campus life groups. All of the
campus is urged to atteend.
aid Clark, Paul Lansdowne, Ken
Dohwty, Victor Doherty, Gordon
Schneider, Howard Dempsey,
Charles Crone, Eldon Deihm, Ed
ward r arris, and Jack Reeves.
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Eugene Packing Co.
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675 Willamette Phone 38 or 39
At the tea, boxes tilled for the
needy of Eugene will be exhibited.
Further contributions will be ac
cepted at the door.
In a divorce hearing a Wiscon
sin man charged that his wife de
manded 75 cents an hour for house
work. At that rate she probabij
figured she’d clean up.
Journalists Discuss Newspapers, Radio
(Continued from page one)
comparatively new fields that Thompson believes will employ a
great many journalists in the future.
Thompson stressed the importance of local news coverage
by radio stations if they are to retain their audience and ad
vertisers. This will require, according to Thompson, the hiring
of journalists to cover, report, and write for radio the “home
Sigma Delta Chi held its traditional fall initiation at the
banquet. Initiates were Merle Pugh, Djm Sellard, Tom Swint,
Roy \\ illiams, Larry Lau, Wally Hunter, Warren Mack, and
The conference continues today with the final address bv
Floyd W. Lansdon, head of the Portland AT* bureau, at 11 a m.
in room 207 Chapman hall.
All classified is payable in advance at the
rate of four cents a word the first insertion,
two cents a word thereafter at the Emerald
Classified deadline is 4:00 p.m. the day
>rior to publication.
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I I , ..TV
"Can We Believe in a God of Love?"
at 11 a.m. Broadcast over HASH
"WHAT ABOUT THE DIVISION
What is it’s significance to Future Events?
Bible School at 9:45 .. Youth Vesper - 6:15 p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Broadway and High
Dr. Vance W. Webster, Pastor
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