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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1949)
Due in April
- Aspirants to the positions of ed
itor and business manager of the
Oregon Daily Emerald must turn
'in their petitions to the Educa
tional Activities office by 5 p.m.,
April 15, and will be interviewed
by the educational activities board
at 7:30 p.m. on April 20.
- Petitions for editor and business
manager of the Oregana are due
in the educational activities office
by 5 p.m., April 8, and applicants
Will be interviewed by the board
at 7:30 p.m., April 13.
Anyone who considers himself
capable of one of these jobs may
apply, regardless of experience or
time put in on the publication, or
class in school.
For Next Show
Piano and harp solos will be
featured at the University Sym
phony orchestra concert Tuesday
night, March 8, 8:15 p.m. in the
school of music auditorium.
, Featured pianist in Mozart's
“Concerto No. 17 in G Major” will
be Sylvia Killman, graduate stu
dent in music from Portland. Solo
parts in “Dances for Harp and
Strings” by Debussy will be per
formed on the harp by Doris Helen
Calkins, instructor in harp from
Other numbers included in the
evening’s program will be “Aca
demic Festival Overture” by
Brahms and “Symphony No. 8 in
F Major, Opus 93” by Beethoven.
Dr. Edmund A. Cyckler, asso
ciate professor of musicology will
direct the 70-piece orchestra.
Omer to Speak
Dr. Guy C. Omer, assistant pro
£ssor of physics, will speak on
•‘Cosmology, the Physics of the
Universe” Monday, March 7, at 8
p.m. in 103 Deady.
The lecture, being sponsored by
Sigma Psi, national science hon
orary, will be open to all students
and general public, according to
word received from Dr. E. G. Eb
bighausen, associate professor of
.. Cosmology, which is the study of
the properties and structure of the
ilniverse, has received much pub
lic attention recently with the in
stallation of the 200-inch telescope
atop Mt. Palomar.
One of the reasons construction
of the huge instrument was under
taken was to implement study in
this field. Scientists hope it will
aid them in determining whether
the universe is finite, whether the
nebulae are receding, as has been
' ‘Dr. Omer came to Oregon last
fall from the California Institute
of Technology, where he worked
with the eminent cosmologist, Dr.
Spanish Club Meet
El Club Espanol, campus Span
ish club, Will hold its last meeting
of the term on Thursday, Feb. 10.
‘‘Wings over Latin America,” a
‘40-minute color film presenting
the historical, geographical and
Sociological aspects of our Latin
American neighbors will be shown.
- The meeting will be held in
Westminster house at 7:30 p.m.
Southern Bloc Hopes
To Prevent Filibuster
WASHINGTON, March 4 (AP)
Southern Democrats tonight
claimed a whopping majority to
beat down an expected administra
tion-backed attempt to choke off
their five-day filibuster in the sen
Senator Russell (D-Ga) told a re
porter that a private poll taken by
the southerners indicates they
have 58 votes.
All they need is 49 votes, a simple
majority, to override an expected
ruling by vice president Barkley in
favor of ending the debate quickly.
“We have enough votes to defeat
the effort to break the filibuster
against this proposed rules change,”
Russell said at a late hour.
An associated press survey show
ed the southern bloc gaining sup
port, but less heavily than Russell
Latest AP figures showed 43 sen
ators—24 democrats and 19 repub
licans—on record as saying they
will vote "no” on efforts to gag the
debate by a possible ruling from
Nineteen senators — 16 Demo
crats and 3 republicans—said they
would vote "yes.”
A Young Democratic organiza
tion meeting will be held next
Tuesday in the Side. Monroe
Sweetland, national committeeman
from Oregon will be guest.
If you have happiness, don’t use
it all up.
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your banking business
U. S. National Bank*
of Portland, Ore.
Beauty doesn’t ensnare men;;
they ensnare themselves.
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