Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 08, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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    Madame Ehlers to Give
Concert Wednesday Eve
Madame Alice Elders, Vienna born harpsichordist, will ap
pear in a concert at 8 p. m., Wednesday in the School of Music
The concert is the first of the Chamber Concert Series for
1949-50. Tickets for the series arc now on sale at the Appliance
Center. Wilson’s Music Store, or from any member of Phi Mu
Alnha Phi Beta, or Mu Phi Epsilon, men’s and women’s music
organizations. Tickets will also be
available at the door Wednesday
Madame Ehlers, now a member
of the music faculty at the Uni
versity of Southern California., has
played in Europe, Palestine, Egypt,
South America, and the United
Wherever she has played, critics
ha ve raved about her. Olin Downes
of the New York Times praised her
“amazing virtuosity, precision, and
capacity to sing a phrase.”
The program for Madame Ehl
ers’ concert will appear in Wednes
day’s Emerald.
Civil Service
Plans Meeting
Civil Service employees of the
University will meet at 8 tonight
with representatives of the Oregon
State Employees Association for
an organizational meeting.
The meeting, to be held in Room
3. Fenton Hall, is open to all em
ployees on the campus.
Forty-six chapters of the associ
ation are already organized in Ore
gon, with a membership of more
than 4000. The largest of the chap
ters is on the Oregon State College
Buttons Ready
For Weekend
Homecoming buttons — some
thing now this year—will go on
sale downtown today, according to
Cal Smith, in charge of button
The buttons carry the words
“Homecoming 1949" and a picture
of a duck. Price will be 10 cents,
and purpose to publicize Home
coming. Alpha Phi Omega, nation
al service fraternity, is in charge of
downtown sales.
Campus sales will begin Friday.
Student to Speak
At German Club
Guenther Hermann, German ex
change student, will speak on
“School Life in Germany Today"
at the German Club’s first meeting
of the term at 7:30 in the Gerlinger
Sun Porch.
Refreshments will be served and
future plans for the club will be
.WANTED--Anyone interested in a
room in Vet’s Dorm. Contact
Dick Swearingen. Ext. 381. 36
FOR SALE Best quality clarinet
in perfect condition with case
5H10. See at 1543 E. 15th St. T-45
between 0 and 7 p. m. 37
FOR SALE -Two student tickets
to the Cal game. Call 4-1431, Bob
for SALE 1947 Ford Convert
ible. Will discount for slightly
damaged door. Otherwise in ex
cellent condition. Am willing to
i barter, rhone 5-9387 or 4-4196.
Morris in La Grande
Victor P. Morris, dean of the
Business Administration School,
will speak before a city-wide meet
ing of the La Grande Chamber of
Commerce today.
Morris’ topic will concern the
basic factors likely to dominate the
economic world during the next
two or three decades.
A. H. Kunz to Speak
A. H. Kunz, head of the chem
istry department, will discuss the
Pacific Chemical Exposition at the
Chemistry Seminar at 4 p.m. to
day in 105 McClure. Kunz attended
the exposition Nov. 4 and 5 in San
College Grants
Criticized More
George Armstrong’s offer of
$50,000,000 to Jefefrson Military
College if the school would teach
white supremacy has been con
demned as “deplorable’ by Robert
A. Kelly, president of the National
Student Association.
Kelly called the grant “a melan
choly support for discrimination at
a time when the concerted efforts
of faculty members and students
are directed toward its elimina
The NS A is an association of
more than 300 college and univer
sity student governments.
Campus Calendar
4:00 p.m.—Asklepiads, McClure.
6:30 p.m.—Kwama, Alpha Chi
6:30 p.m.—Phi Theta Upsilon, Pi
Beta Phi.
7:00 p.m.—Christian Science Or
ganization, all students and fac
ulty invited, 1251 Emerald street.
7:00 p.m.—Inter-Varsity Christian
Fellowship, Dr. Edward Hart of
Corvallis, speaker, Straub Hall.
7:00 p.m.—Beta Alpha Psi ac
counting honorary dinner-meet
ing. Professor Monegan, speaker.
Eugene Hotel.
Journalism Professor Travels
Tft Chirnao for Conferences
Carl C. Webb, manager of the
Oregon Newspaper Publishers As
sociation and assistant professor of
journalism, is attending a National
Association Managers meeting as
part of a 10-day trip to Chicago.
On Nov. 10 and 11 he will take
part in the fall convention of the
National Editorial Association.
The NAM, of which Webb is past
president, opened its meeting Mon
day and will continue through Wed
nesday. Webb is scheduled for a
talk on “Trade Associations.”
On Nov. 10 he will participate in
an NEA Advisory Council confer
ence. The convention itself begins
the following day.
Webb plans to attend a luncheon
co-sponored by the Oregonian and
the Oregon Journal in Portland on
his return trip.
Civil Service Sets
Application Date
Today is the deadline for appli
cations for U.S. Civil Service Jun
ior Professional Assistant exami
nations, Mrs. Marian J. Sheckler,
Graduate Placement secretary, an
nounced Monday.
The examination will be given
early in December.
Further information and appli
cation blanks may be obtained
from the Graduate Placement Of
fice, 216 Emerald Hall.
Condon Club to Meet
Condon Club, soeial organization
for geology, geography, anthro
pology, and allied subjects stu
dents, will hold a meeting at 7:45
p.m. today in Room 101 Condon.
DuShane Prepares
Washington Trip
Donald M. DuShane, director of ^
student affairs, will attend a Na
tional Interfraternity Council Con
ference in Washington, Nov, 24,
25, and 26.
While in Washington he will at
tend meetings of the National As
sociation of Deans and Advisers of
Men, and national officers of Phi
Delta Theta fraternity. DuShane is
scholarship commissioner for Phi
Delta Theta.
His face was flushed, but his
broad shoulders saved him.
He: “I had a dream about you the
other night.”
She: “Did you?”
He: “No, you wouldn’t let me.”
—Covered Wagon
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Because of You
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