Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 04, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

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    Modem Dance Artist
Programs Exhibition
Merce Cunningham, modern dance artist, will present a pro
.1 emm ot dances on lhuisday, bebruary 10, S p. m., in Oerlmger
I gym.
Among the eight numbers on his program will be “A Diver
fi°n«" '‘Ko°t of an Unfocus" and “Monkey Dances." John Cage,
composer of the majority of Cunningham’s dances, will accom
pam him on the piano.
Cunningham, born in Centralia, Washington, studied at the
Corri'.-n bjdiool in Seattle and
then joined the company of
IMartha Graham where lie spent
several years as soloist. At the
present time he is conducting
professional dance classes in
Jsew York City.
In February, 1948, Cunningham
lectured on dance at the National
Intercollegiate Arts Conference
held at Vassar college, and in the
summer of the same year was in
structor in dance at Black Moun
tain college in North Carolina.
While at Black Mountain he creat
ed the dances for, and performed
the role of the monkey in “The Ruse
of Medusje” by Erik Satie.
Registration cards will admit
students to the performance free of
charge, v/hile faculty members and
no:!-m. udents will re required to
p ■ tickets, costing $1.20
Sponsoring the program are the
sehoi 1 >f health and physical edu
cate the educational activities
board, and patronesses and alum
nae of Phi Beta, women’s national
professional music and speech fra
ternity. ,
The audience will be admitted
through the southwest sunporch
and northewst doors.
FOR SA LE—36 Ply. Sed. Good con
dition. See at Univ. Press or Ph.
LOST -Pink shell and gold glasses
in blue zipper case. 6010-W 78
FOR SALE—Used Mercury II F2.7
Tricolor ctd. Lens, with filter and
case. New 6x30 hensolt wetzlar
binoculars, used portable Philco
radio, battery or electricity. Con
tact Clifford Larson evenings,
641 W 22nd Ave. 78
RENT—Room available in Vet’s
dorm. Call after 2 p. m. Ext. 448.
Dick Bauer. 78
VACANCY in Vet’s dorm available
mmediately. Contact Hollie Pihl.
Phone 1920. 79
LOST—In library: a sack contain
ing red material. Reward offered.
Return to Alpha Chi Omega. 78
FOR SALE—Man’s brown Garar
dine suit, size 38, never worn—A
bargain at $25.00 or less. Brame,
921 Hilyard, after 7 p. m. 78
LOST—Black Schaeffer pen at
Newman club meeting in YWCA.
Sunday. Reward. Phone George
Yost, Ext. 324 78
FOR SALE—Portable Corona type
writer. Perfect condition, like
new. Special buy. E. E. Dopera,
2201 Friendly St. 78
LOST Workmaster, “C r i t i ca 1
Thinking.” Roy Stauffer. Finder
leave with Dr. Jessup. 78
WANTED—Ride to Portland Sat
urday morning. Leave message
for Dick Tonkyn, Ex. 54G, or
Quonset No. 7. 78 I
LOST Gold trimmed glasses in j
pink case, between Gamma hall j
and Gerlinger. Call Dorothy
Haines, Ex. 444. 79 j
LOST -Heavy rimmed glasses in
case. On campus. Call 25-F-14. 78 i
Nineteen Confined
Nineteen students now in the in
firmary are Martha Stapleton,
Mary Bristol, Virginia Korn, Anne
Fenwick, Phyllis Calvert, Patricia
Porter, Patricia Delaney, James
Darby, William Shaefer, Earl
Freedman, William Wolfe, Myron
Spady, John Gaudion, John Kovenz,
Thomas McCarty, Earl McFarlan,
Norman Eckerson, Jessie Lathrop,
and Paula Nigg.
Dance Planned
By Newman Club
Newman club will have a Valen
tine mixer dance in the YWCA next
Sunday night from 7 to 9. Fran
Mahula, club president, expressed
the desire that all Catholic stu
dents attend the dance so they may
become acquainted with the mem
bers and social functions planned
for the year.
The club has been holding regu
lar Sunday night meetings at the
YWCA this term. Mahula said the
j members enjoy the surroundings
of the new location, and find it con
I venient because of the facilities for
serving refreshments.
Friends to Gather
The weekly Friends meeting will
be held at the Universfty YMCA
Sunday at 10 a.m.
Anyone interested is invited to
attend. Provision is made for care
of young children.
Honor lies in honest toil.
Vets Warned
Against Frauds
Veterans of this area who are
iiiped by a solicitor to enroll in a
trade or correspondence school
should check with the Veterans' ad
ministration if they plan to study
under the GI bill, Donald C. Scli
rvorer, VA representative warned
Numerous instances of cjiies
tionable soliciting for schools have
come to light in Oregon this win
ter. Schworer pointed out. "Vete
rans have lost both money and time
under the GI bill because of misun
derstandings which the solicitors
apparently fostered.”
The VA represenative outlined
these pointers:
1. No solicitors represent the VA
or carry its endorsement. The VA
promotes no schools, but a veteran
may learn of an approved school by
inquiring. * ’SHU
2. No down payment is necessary
for any veteran eligible under the
GI bill. He needs only a VA certifi
cate of eligibility to be enrolled.
3. Vocational advisement services
are available without charge,
through the VA, and these do not.
promote particular schools.
•!. A careful check should be made*
on any promises of housing, part,
time work while attending school
or employment after graduation.
Better Business bureaus have
specific information on the stand
ings of schools and their job pros
Frosh Hoopmen
(Continued from page four)
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