Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 23, 1948, Page 3, Image 3

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    Mr. Gelhausen
To Sing Tonite
With Organist
A group of four compositions by
Hugo Wolf will be sung by Her
man Gelhausen, bass-baritone, for
the opening of a voice-organ con
cert to be presented tonight at
8:15 in the music school auditor
ium.
Organist for the concert will be
Donald Allton. Both men are of
the faculty of the University school
of music.
“Fantasia in Echo Style” by Jan
Peter Sweelinck will be the first
offering of Organist Allton. He
will' follow this with “Prelude and
Fugue in A Minor” by J. S. Bach.
Elston Composition to Be Played
The second group by Mr. Gel
hausen will be highlighted by an
original composition by a member
of the University music school fac
ulty, “A Gallant’s Song,” by Arn
old Elston. This will be the first
performance of this song. Other
songs to be sung by Mr. Gelhausen
in the second group include “Is
There Such a Thing as Day” by
Ernest Bacon, “On a Fly Drinking
Out of His Cup” by Paul Hine
mith, “Four Uncles” by David Dia
mond, and “Music I Heard With
You” by Paul Nordhoff.
Allton to Play
Johannes Brahms’ “Choral Prel
ude and Fugue on ‘O Traurigkeit,
O Herzeleid’ ” will be played by
Mr. Allton for the first of his sec
ond group of offerings. He will also
present Seth Bingham’s “Roulade,”
Bruce Simonds’ “Prelude on Tam
Sol Recedit Igneus’,” and Cesar
Franck’s “Piece Heroigue.”
Concluding the recital will be
Richard Wagner’s “Abentlich
Strahlt Der Sonne Auge from ‘Das
Rheingold’,” sung by Mr. Gelhau
sen, with Mr. Allton at the organ.
Accompanist for Mr. Gelhausen
will be graduate student in music,
Sylvia Killman of Portland.
The concert will be open to the
public.
Planting time draws near and
once more the gardner asks himself
if it’s possible that anybody raise
parsnips on purpose.
£
Carnival Petitions
For Positions Due
Petitions for the WAA carnival
are due by tomorrow. They may
be turned in to WAA president Bep
McCourrey at the Delta Gamma (
house, or Anne Goodman at the Em
erald news office. i
All women students are eligible j
to apply for chairmanships the the .
carnival, which will be held next
February. Positions open are gen
eral chairman, publicity, booths,
promotion, finance, refreshments,
and decorations.
DuShane Attends
Natl. Conference |
Donald M. DuShane, director
of student affairs, is on his way to
New York for the National In
terfraternity conference, Novem
ber 25-27.
DuShane, a former member of
the educational advisory commit
tee of the conference, is attending
this year’s 40th annual conven
tion as a representative of the
University.
Morris to Speak
MUST—MORRIS TO SPEAK .
D. Victor P. Morris, dean of the
University school of business ad
ministration, will speak over state
owned station KOAC, Corvallis, to
day from 2 to 2:30 p. m. Topic will
be “The Educated Citizen’s Respon
sibility Toward Alcohol.” Sponsor
of the half-hour program is the
state branch of American Associa
tion of University Women.
Nicholas to Speak
To IVC Fellowship
Rev. Robert E. Nicholas will
speak on “Minds in Captivity for
Christ,” at the regular weekly
meeting of the Inter-Varsity Chris
tian fellowship, to be held at 7 p.
m. in John Staub dining room.
Rev. Nicholas is pastor of the
Westminster Orthodox Presbyter
ian church at Bend, Oregon. All UO
students are invited to the meeting,
according to Bob Driesner, publicity
chairman.
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So you will
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/argas-Baron Talk
fo Be Heard Tonite
Dr. Anibal Vargas Baron, associ
,te professor of Romance Languag
es, will speak on the “Recent Politi
al Uprisings in Colombia,’’ at a
neetings of the Spanish club to
light at 7 in Westminster house.
Refreshments will be served.
CAMPUS
CALENDAR
GERMAN CLUB meeting at 7:30
in 102 Friendly. Nominations, elec
tions and singing.
DAMES will be entertained at a
style show at Kaufman Bros, at 8
tonight.
NEWMAN CLUB will meet at
6:30 at Gerlinger annex. Father
Royce will be speaker. Refresh*
merits served.
YWCA CABINET meeting in the
bungalow at noon.
HAWAIIAN CLUB meeting at
the Alpha Delta Pi sorority housa
at 7:00 tonight.
The THETA SIGS will not meet
tonight.
The UNITED STUDENTS asso
ciation will meet today at 4 p.m.
in 3 Fenton.
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