Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 24, 1948, Page 7, Image 7

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    pty Manager
Quits Position
•J Deane Seeger, Eugene city man
af;er, has resigned his position with
(the city to become consultant for
^,the League of Oregon Cities.
?’i ^Seeger, who has been city man
ager since the manager system was
^inaugurated in Eugene in 1944, will
eanove from his offices in the city
pall to League offices in Johnson
■j* Interviewed .yesterday afternoon,
?t^eger stated that his resignation
jin no way reflected dissatisfaction
fJwith his city job, but was rather a
fnjrflove which he believed to be in his I
^Jbest interest.
d “I tendered my resignation to the
dpty council last night, and will
fleave as soon after January 1 as
diwssible.” Seeger will retain his po
rtion until a new manager is ap
'The League of Oregon Cities rep
esents 187 cities in the state. See
der will act as adviser to member
municipalities, and will represent
yihe league in legislature. He will
J9|ptain his home in Eugene, where
nfie moved after residing in Belling
gjham, Washington, during the war.
fvienna Choir
%oys Scheduled
or December 6
A concert by the Vienna Choir
ys will be the third event on the
gene and University Civic Mu
association series. They will
ig December 6 at McArthur
'our't under the direction of Felix
On its first transcontinental tour
l^in 10 years, the choir consists of
SO boys, ranging in age from 8 to
1,12 years. The program is selected
from a large repertoire of sacred
and folk music and always con
tains a costumed operatic sketch.
- The group was established in Vi
enna in 1498 by decree of Maximil
an I, and has produced many fam
ous musicians and composers in
the four and one-half centuries of
jts existence. Members receive a
general education as well as their
musical training.
** The choir was introduced to
.America in 1932. Of them the New
York Times critic wrote, “The
chorus has to a remarkable degree
excellence of diction, precision of
^attack, a clear enunciation of each
vocal line in its part singing and a
fine balance . . . They immediately
^captivated a large audience!’’
/Deadline Near
k All .A,'- *_
i All prospective teachers who
^•plan to avail themselves of the ser
t vices of the University Teacher
F Placement Service in obtaining
' teaching positions for mid-year or
^ for next fall are asked by C. L. Huf
pfaker, director of the servide, to
meet Tuesday, November 30, at 4
Huffaker requests those interest
fed to enroll and file their records
^with his office in the near future,
\as enrollment should be completed
I before Christmas vacation.
• p. m. in room 4, Education.
^Ban Seif-Service
»Gasoline Stations
* PORTLAND, Nov. 23 (AP)—The
| Portland City Council today ban
ned self-service gasoline stations in
^the city as a fire hazard.
► Fire Marshal Miles E. Wood
kworth recommended the action. He
I said the stations have been banned
fcin Los Angeles and that the State
*Fire Marshal has taken similar ac
* tion in Oregon.
Health Service Hours
The student health service has
announced its hours during the
Thanksgiving holidays. They will
be closed all day Thursday; open
from 10 to 12 noon Friday; and
from 10 to 12 noon Saturday. Reg
ular hours will be in effect Sunday.
From Other Editors
(Continued from page si.v)
better be good; for though we are
not accomplished in being hoity
toity, we plan on some catty re
marks. In fact, California had
best dedicate to practice some of
that time for study which it has
been so carefully husbanding.
Of course, we agree that it was
a close decision, and that the fac
ulty representatives had an un
happy job to perform in casting
their ballots. But whether or not
the exact votes are ever re
vealed, we believe that in all
justice the individual arguments
should be submitted to the pub
lic. Otherwise a great many peo
ple will continue to feel that the
assmption of the right of Cali
fornia schools to the bowl contest,
except in extraordinary cases, ac
tually played a part.
Wed.- Nov. 24.1948
Dick Day Orchestra
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• Handstitch.
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