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w Religious' Events
w CHRISTIAN HOUSE
Leading tonight’s discussion at
Christian House will be the Rev.
Ronald Osborne, former editor of
“Front Rank,” a national youth
weekly of Disciples of Christ. Arie
Noff will have charge of the eve
“Mystic Mirth” was the theme
Of a party given last night.
Sunday afternoon the Westmin
ster group will visit Oregon State
College Westminster House for
their evening meeting. They will
leave Westminster House on the
U of O campus at 5 p.m.
Four students will discuss "The
Lutheran Concept of the Church,”
at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at Lutheran
House. Participants will be Mar
garet Madsen, Dave Lanning, El
venna Masley, and Jerry Sorenson.
“The Messiah” will be presented
by Mr. David Wight, graduate
assistant in the School of Music, at
Wesley House Sunday evening at
6:30 p.m. Wight will be assisted
by Miss Margaret Reeves, pianist,
and Mr. James Kays, tenor soloist.
Preceding the program at 5:15,
buffet supper will be served. A
worship service will be held at 6
p. m., led by Jax Baker, Fran
•Bler.kinsop, and Emil Settlage.
Students interested in a study
course offered by the Foundation,
“The Records of the Life of Jesus”
are invited to enroll Sunday eve
ning. This course, taught by Dave
Seaman, director of Wesley Foun
dation, will be held during the
week at a time to be disclosed
Open house on Sunday at 5 p.m.
will initiate the newly remodeled
Plymouth House, next to the Con
gregational church at 13th and
Ferry street. All students are in
vited to enjoy dancing, games,
ping pong, pool, square dancing
A new 40 by 40 foot hard maple
dance floor has recently been add
ed at Plymouth House, providing
space for dancing and games.
Punch and cookies will be served.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
"University Night” will be ob
served at the First Baptist Church
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. with a number
of students participating. Glen
Holden, church youth director, will
lead the singing.
A male quartet consisting of
Evan Skersies, W. C. Martin, Jr.,
Harold Sawatzky, and Glen Lamb
will sing. Lamb will sing a solo
with cello obbligato by Margie Carl
son. Dr. Vance H. Webster will
speak on "If I Were Young.”
A buffet supper and reception
will be held in the church dining
room at 5:15 p.m. All students are
invited. A special program and
fellowship hour will follow.
The Baptist-affiliated Ann Jud
son House, 1332 Kincaid, will have
open house on Sunday from 3 to
Declamations suitable for plat
form readings are needed for the
Ada Mohn-Landis Prize Contest
sponsored by the National Wom
en’s Christian Temperance Union.
The contest is divided into two
classes, senior and junior.
Senior declamations are for
adults and youths, and the winner
receives a top prize of $50.
Junior declamations, with a top
award of $25, are for children be
tween the ages of 10 and 13.
Deadline for entries is March 31,
1950. Entries must be sent to the
Landis Contest, National Women’s
Christian Temperance Union, Ev
Other details are posted on the
School o f Journalism bulletin
To Speak Nov. 17
Frederick Hard, president o f
^cripps College, will speak Nov. 17
at the University on “Frontiers of
His speech will be second in the
University Lecture Series.
Mr. Hard received his doctor of
philosophy degree from Johns Hop
kins University. He has been
teaching in colleges and universi
ties for many years. He became
president of Scripps College, Clare
mont, Calif., in 1944.
Mr. Hard is an editorial board
member of the Pacific Spectator,
a literary and critical periodical
published by the Stanford Press.
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On Nov. 21
First Northwest performance of
Bartok’s “Concerto No. Ill for
Piano” will be a feature of the first
University Symphony concert of
the year. Henri Arcand, Portland
pianist, will play Bartok’s compo
Also appearing at the concert,
scheduled for Nov. 21 at the Music
School Auditorium, will be Mrs.
Arcand. The two pianists, making
their first appearance with the
orchestra, will play Bach’s “Con
certo in C Minor for Two Pianos.”
Lucille Olson, senior in music,
will sing Brahms’ “Rhapsody” for
alto voice, with a male chorus pro
viding backgreund parts.
The University Orchestra will
play several selections, including
“String Suite from the Shepherd’s
Lottery” by Boyce and “Adagio
for Strings” by Barber.
Printers to Discuss
Methods of Work
Barney Shaw, University Press
shop foreman, and Nick Cavag
naro, night compositor and Emer
ald make-up man, will speak on
methods of working harmoniously
with the mechanical department of
a newspaper at 4 p.m. Sunday in
The discussion, sponsored hy
Sigma Delta Chi, national journal
ism fraternity, is open to all inter
Refreshments will be served.
Bowerman to Talk
At Annual Meeting
Bill Bowerman, Oregon track
coach, will preside over the annual
meeting of the Oregon Association
for Health, Physical Education,
and Recreation on Dec. 9 and 10
in Bend. He is president of the as
Opening the two-day meet will
be a series of luncheon discussions
directed by sectional chairmen.
Dinner and an evening of square
dancing and special entertainment
are planned for members on Dec.
Howard S. Piquet, visiting pro
fessor of economics, will talk about
the “Challenge to American Lead
ership” on a Nov. 14 program on
radio station K O A C. Piquet’s
speech will be aired at 8:30 p.m.
He will discuss the efforts of the
United States to restore world
economy with the European Re
covery Plan and other similar proj
Piquet is on leave from the leg
islative reference section of the
Library of Congress, where he is
an adviser to several Congressional
He has served on the staff of
various Congressional groups, and
in 1945-46 was a staff-member in
the Office of War Mobilization. He
is also a member of the graduate
, school faculty of American Univer
sity in the nation’s capital.
Honored in Munich
William B. Nash, Jr., a former
University of Oregon student, has
been appointed Dormitory Coun
sellor of the Dependents’ School in
Nash is serving with the U.S.
Army Dependents’ schools section,
Munich Military post. He attended
the University of Southern Cali
fornia and the University of North
Nash was formerly a priest in
the Episcopal church. His home is
in Downey, Calif.
Faculty Party Tonight
Single faculty members and
graduate assistants are invited to
an informal party tonight at 8 in
Course Requisite Made
Students planning to enter
Graphic Journalism (J451) must
next fall take Rudiments of Pho
tography (Ph 161) as a prerequi
site, the School of Journalism has
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