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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1950)
'Singers' on Tour In Northwest
me university singers ot tne
School of Music, under the direc
tion of Donald W. Allton, are now
on tour in Oregon and Washing
Thursday the Singers presented
their program at Burns Union High
The tour will continue until Apr.
2 and will include singing at Walla
Walla College and Grant High
scnooi in rortiana.
Tuesday and Wednesday the
group sang- at high schools in
Sweet Home, Prineville, Redmond,
The University Singers are as
sisted by the Madrigal Singers.
Accompanists for the program
are Anne Hopper, junior in mu
sic, and Madelon Adler, sophomore
REPEAT SHOW — BY DEMAND
TONIGHT—FRIDAY, MARCH 31st
CASTLE JAZZ BAND
“DIXIE-LAND JAZZ AT ITS BEST”
This band put on a terrific show at Willamette
Park last Saturday Night and by popular demand
they are coming back for a repeat performance this
Friday Night (TO-NIGHT).
WILLAMETTE PARK—Admission $1.00 plus tax
Dancing 8:30 P.M. to 12:30 A.M.
Don’t miss this great Dixie Land Band tonight at
9 a.m. Impromptu, persuasive, after-dinner speaking
10 a.m. Extemporaneous speaking, poetry reading
11 a.m. “A” and “B” debate, round one
1 p.m. Panel discussion, radio speaking, humorous reading.
2 p.m. “A” and “B” debate, round two
3 p.m. Impromptu, persuasive, after-dinner speaking
4 p.m. Extemporaneous speaking, poetry reading
5 p.m. Panel discussion, radio Speaking, humorous reading.
8 a.m. Debate, round four
9 a.m. Impromptu and persuasive speaking
10 a.m. Extemporaneous, poetry reading
11 a.m. Debate, round five
1 p.m. Debate, round six
2 p.m. Panel discussion, humorous reading, radio speaking.
A seminar on “Opportunities for
Chemists” will be held Friday at
7:30 p. m. in 105 McClure. Student
Affiliates of the American Chem
ical Society are sponsoring the
Speakers will be Nicholas Chi
cherin, of the Weyerhauser Tim
ber Co., Dr. E. M. Pallett, director
of the University Teacher Place
ment Service, and Pierre Van Rys
selberghe, professor of chemistry.
All students, particularly chem
istry majors, have been urged to
WSSF aids students with food,
clothing, books, medical help, and
Pat Boyle ,
Kathryn Carter ’
Mary Gribble 1
Grace Hoffman i
Helen Jackson ’
Maxine Krisch ’
Molly Muntzel '
Julie Beth Perkins i
Joyce Rathbun ’
Karla Van Loan ]
Who will she be on this campus?
Cast your ballot today for
“MISS FASHION PLATE OF 1950”
What excitement! Revlon is sponsoring a con
test to determine which girl is fairest of them
all on your campus.
You elect Revlon's MISS FASHION PLATE of
1950i And you give her a chance to win the
Grand Prize...a glamorous trip to Bermuda
by Pan American Clipper plus an expense
free week at the famous "Castle Harbour" Hotel I
And 7 other thrilling prizes:
an RCA-Victor "Globetrotter" portable radio;
a Lane "18th Century" Hope Chest;
an Amelia Earhart party case in "Revlon Red"
a silver-plated lighter, cigarette urn and tray
set by Ronson;
a necklace, bracelet and earring set by Trifari;
a year's supply of Berkshire's nylon stockings;
a Wittnauer wrist watch;
and, of course, a full year's supply of Revlon
You know the winner! Your campus teems
with candidates for "MISS FASHION PLATE
of 1950". That's why Revlon asked your
Campus Board of Selection to pre-select 10
girls. Look over their names...and decide
who deserves to win the title "MISS FASHION
PLATE of 1950" on your campus—and possibly
from coast to coast!
She must excel oh 4 counts:
• Beauty and Charm
• Fashion Knowledge and Dress
• Personal Grooming
• Personality and Poise
What more natural sponsor than Revlon?
Isn't it just like Revlon, foremost name in cos
metics, to dream up a contest to choose the
loveliest girl on your campus? Revlon named
this exciting contest after its own product
"FASHION PLATE"... the one and only cream
wafer face make-up in the world! Because
Revlon believes that the most beautiful women
have skin that lights up and glows...skin
touched with the magic of FASHION PLATE.
Important: The candidate you select will com
pete against candidates selected by other
colleges and universities from seaboard to
seaboard! Watch the papers in May for the
announcement of the Grand Prize Winner....
the girl who'll win the free trip to Bermuda!
The girl who wins on your campus—whether
or not she's national "MISS FASHION PLATE
of 1950"— will win a year's free supply of
Make sure the best girl wins! Cast your ballot
today! A panel of beauty authorities is wait
ing to judge your candidate.
Contest closes midnight,
April 15! Clip ballot
drop it in ballot box in
this newspaper office.
Watch newspaper for
other ballot box
locations on campus.
A trip to Bermuda by Pan-American Clipper
plus an expense-free week at the famous "Castle Harbour".
I nominate_for "MISS FASHION
PLATE of 1950", a contest sponsored by Revlon Products Corp.
All ballots become the property of Revlon Products Corporation.
Park to Feature
Castle Jazz Band
Portland’s Castle Jazz Band will
play at Willamette Park tonight
from 8:30 to 12:30. Admission will
be $1 plus tax.
The band was originated in
Portland in 1940 by the band’s
singer-banjo strummer, Monte Bal
lou, who has gathered together
men who could improvise and who
knew what Dixieland jazz was.
By day, the Castle troupe is a
conventional group of Portland
businessmen. Ballou is an accom
plished caiypso singer as well as
being one of the nation’s top jazz
record collectors. —
Drummer Homer Welch is radio
station KGW’s program director.
Clarinetist, Bob Short works for
an electrical appliance firm, and
George Phillips, trombonest, is a
working musician who last year
played with the Portland symphony
The group was invited to play
at Hollywood’s annual Jazz Jam
boree in October, where such jazz
artists as Muggsy Spanier and
Freeman were featured.
Civil Exams Set
New examinations for both fed
eral and state civil service posi
tions are being announced by the
Civil Service Board.
Most of the exams, designed for
June graduates, will be given early
in April. Interested students may
see Karl W. Onthank, graduate
Through WSSF five dollars will
pay for a year’s subscription to a
technical or scientific periodical
for a foreign university.
FOR RENT—Single rooms for
men close to campus, clean and
quiet. Ph. 5-4649.
STUDENT WILL share: Nice home
with couple in exchange for care
of toddler and cooking. 5-5222.
FOR RENT—Private room and en
trance. 1873 East 15th. $15 per
month. Phone 4-1875 after 6 p. m.
FOR SALE—New Singer electric
portable, $89.50. Complete at
tachments plus complete sewing
course. 1032 Willamette. 4-8431.
SPRINGFIELD student may ride
to campus 8:00 a. m. M Tu W
Th F and 10 Sat. for $.75. Phone
LOST—Masonic ring on campus
during final week. If found call
Bob Pearce 5-5142. Reward.
Rebec House Gets
Rebec house Thursday night
won the Participation cup awarded
annually by the Women’s Athletic
Association. Delta Delta Delta
came in second and University
house third for the award.
The cup was awarded on a point
basis, points being given on the
basis of new members taken in,,
checks earned by old members,,
number of tournaments entered,
number of semi-finals entered, and
tournaments won. Point results
of all houses are posted on the
Gerlinger bulletin board.
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