Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 13, 1950, Page Eight, Image 8

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    Men's Rushing
To Begin Today
(Continued from page one)
as they wish. Fraternity prefer
ence lists will be turned in by mid
night Friday.
Bids will be issued from 9 to 11
a.m. Saturday in the Student Un
ion. New pledges will pay the $10
rushing fee, which will be credit
ed to their house account, at that
Rush Week Rules
During rush week, no rushee
will have any contact with frater
nity men other than at the schedul
ed rushing dates and during the
daily rushing meetings in Gerling
er Annex. No fraternity men wil
be permitted inside any dormitory
and not more than two men from
the same fraternity will be per
mitted in the vicinity of Gerling
er Annex while dates are being
All rushees must be out of fra
ternity houses by 10:30 p.m. dur
ing rush week. All present IFC
rushing rules are in effect and
rushees are cautioned by IFC of
ficials that any violation on the
part of rushees will result in not
only a fine to the offending house
but also in forfeiture of the rushees
right to pledge that house.
Tonight's French Choir Program
Folk Songs
“Chanson villagoise de Gasco
gne,” a folk song of the sixteenth
"Chanson a boire,” by De Bou
set, a Seventeenth Century drink
ing song
“Repands, charmant nuit,” sere
nade by Lulli, author of “Au Clair
de la-Nuit” and composer of music
for Moliere’s plays
“Hiver, Vous n’etes qu’un Vil
lain,” a complaint of winter by
“Trois Beaux Oiseaux du Para
dis,” by Maurice Ravel
“Frere Jacques,” done by eight
voices, by Marc de Ranee
“La Nuit,” cantata, by Rameau.
“Descende in Hortum,” by four
voices, by Fevin (Fifteenth Cen
“Requiem,” by du Caurroy (Six
teenth Century)
“Jubilate Deo,” by five voices,
by Bouzingnac (Seventeenth Cen
“Kyrie,” throe-voice number, by
Andre Capict
“Cantata de la Paix,” by Darius
The last two numbers were com
posed especially for the group.
Music ot America
“Morning Star,” an American
song harmonized by Virgil Thom
“A la claire fontaine," Cana
dian, by Pelletier
“Jarabe Tapatio,” Mexican, by
“She’ll Be Coming Round the
Mountain,” American, by Hugo
Wilde's Comedy
Plays at NCC
“Importance of Being Ernest,”
Oscar Wilde’s 19th century comedy
of manners, is the current produc
tion of Northwest Christian Col
lege, playing in the NCC gym
Thursday and Friday.
Tickets for the production may
be obtained at the door. The show
is open to the public.
Directed by UO graduate drama
student Jane Jette, the cast in
cludes Dick Dye, Wayne Thompson,
Dan McKenzie, Peggy Carpion,
Marlis Tettie, Dean Hinson, Ray
Hill, Arland Johnson, and Mrs. Wal
ter Prowel.
A magician was divorced from
his wife, indicating there is a limit
to what magic can do.
Newman Club Gets First Chaplam;
Corvallis Reverend Appointed
By Adeline Garbarino
He’s not very big, but he has
a way of getting things done.
That’s The Rev. Leo J. Linahen,
newly appointed Newman Club
chaplain. This is the first time
Catholic students at the Univer
sity have had a full-time chaplain
strictly their own.
Formerly of St. Mary’s parish
in Corvallis, Father Linahen isn’t
new at this business of directing
youth groups, having been con
nected with several young people’s
clubs in both Corvallis and Port
Succeeds Linehan
He succeeds The Rev. Jerry
Linehan, who was chaplain last
year, and who is now stationed at
St. Mary’s parish in Eugene.
Speaking of Newman Club,
Father Linahen says the regular
meetings, held at 7 p.m. Sundays
in Gerlinger Annex, will consist
of a short business meeting, and
educational feature, a question and
answer session on the general sub
ject of the Church, and an enter
tainment item.
‘‘You leave when you want to, ;
or have to,” he continued, “but i
;hers are refreshments and danc
ng when the formal part of the
meeting is over. We clore up show
it 10.”
Father Linahen first studied for
the priesthood at Columbia Prep
n Portland. He continued his
theological training at regional
seminaries in the Archdiocese of
San Francisco, and later attended
colleges in Rome, where he was
Drdained in 1932.
He holds the master’s degree in
theology from the Propagande
University in Rome and one from
the Georgian University. He holds
the degree of doctor of canon law,
and has done two years’ graduate
vork at the University of St.
rhomas in Rome. He has taken
additional graduate work at the
PaLholic University in Washing
ton, D. C.
Doctor Kirk to Speak
Dr. John A. Kirk, local ptosi
i meeting of Sigma Xi, science
lonorary, to be held at 8 p.m. Mon
lay, in 103 Deady.
:ian, will speak
Make the tobacco growers’
YES... Compare Chesterfield with the brand you’ve been
smoking... Open a pack... smell that milder Chesterfield
aroma. Prove—tobaccos that smell milder smoke milder.
Now smoke Chesterfields—they do smoke milder, \
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