Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 02, 1951, Page Seven, Image 7

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Place your ml at the Student
Union, main dealt or at the
Shack, In periion or plionc ext.
219, between 2 and i p.m.
ItatoH: 1'lrnt Insertion 1c u
word; mibacquent Insertions,
2c per word.
Kooni or Koom & Board. 234 E.
Uth, Ph. 5-6643. 03
Koom for male student. 54 week.
Kitchen privileges, 715 E. 13th
Ph. 5-7728. M
Housekeeping rooms for 2 men.
Twin beds. $5 each week. 388
E. 11th, Ph. 5-6887. 9a
Typing at home. Dictation if de
sired. Experienced, reasonable.
2274 Onyx, Phono 51206. 93
WANTED: Riders to Duluth or
Chicago. Leaving about March
20th. Call 7-2847. 92
Sewing of all kinds. 388 East 11th.
Phone 5-0420. 93
LOST: Man's small Butova Pocket
watch. J. V. Berreman, 203 Ore
gon. 92
-3HLTKRATIONS: Dressmaking, Al
terations, Drapes. 391 West 8th.
Phone 5-4519. 93
SEWING: Sewing and alterations.
Reasonable. Phone 5-1342. • 93
SEWING of all kinds. 388 East
lllh. Phone 5-0420. 93
Pacific Singers
Perform Tonight
The College of the Pacific a cap
pella choir from Stockton, Califor
nia, will be heard at 8 p.m. Friday
at the First Methodist Church. The
forty student singers will be direct
ed by J. Russell Bodley, who also
adapts works for the choir.
No admission will be charged,
but a free-will offering will be tak
en to help defray expenses.
The choir is generally credited
with having revived a cappella
singing in western America, hav
ing taken It up 33 years ago when
it was considered virtually a "lost
Featured in the choir is June
Hook, soprano from Cheyenne,
Wyoming, who has sung several
top roles in operas at College of
the Pacific.
The program includes Bach's
"Sing Ye the Lord;" Malotte's ar
rangement of the "Lord's Prayer,"
adapted for the choir by their
director; "The Luckless Fisher
man;” Leighton Edelman's music
for verses by Edgar Guest: and J.
Russell Bodley's "Glory Road,” a
Negro spiritual.
O'Casey Plays Topic
Of SU Coffee Hour
W. J. Feeney, instructor in
English, and F. J. Hunter, instruc
tor in speech, will discuss "The
Plays of Sean O’Casey” nt 7:30
tonight in the Library Browsing
Room of the Student Union. This
is the third in the series of Friday
night coffee hours and is open to
faculty members and students.
Senior Class
Orators Vie
Next June 8
i no h ailing - Heckman Senior
Oratorical Content, an annual af
fair on the University campiiH, will
be held June 8 in the School of
Music auditorium.
The .speech contest la a tradi
tional part of ginduation ceremon
ies, and all seniors are eligible to
participate, according to W. A.
Dahlberg, associate professor of
' speech.
Awards for winning speeches are
$150, first prize; $100, second
price; and $60, third prize.
Rules for the contests are as
1-All seniors who contemplate
graduating in June are eligible, re
gardless of the school In which they
are enrolled.
2. All entrants are free to choose
their own subject. These are usual
ly as varied as are the interests of
those who enter the contests.
3. The speeches must be from
twelve to fifteen minutes in length
and committed to memory.
•l.The deadline for the first j
speech drafts is May 15.
Six finalists will be chosen for |
the final contest, to be selected by j
three faculty judges chosen from .
the speech staff.
Copies of former winning speech- j
es may be obtained from Ilahlberg. !
Episcopal Choir
To Sing Requiem
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
Choir will present the Brahms
"Requiem" at 8 p.m. Sunday at the
Eugene Episcopal Church. The "Re
quiem" will also be sung Mar. 11.
Featured soloists are Phil Green,
graduate student in music, bari
tone; Earl Anderson, former Uni
versity music graduate, baritone;
and Mrs. Karl Anderson, who also
studied music at Oregon, soprano.
Guest organist will be Faye Schick
Smith of Portland. Milton Dieter
ich, assistant professor of music,
will direct.
The program is open to the pub
Like to Manage
Emerald's Biz?
Deadline for petitions for spring
term business manager of the
Daily Emerald is Wednesday noon,
according to Dick Williams, Stu
dent Union director. Petitions may
be turned in to the administrative
office of the SU.
The Student Publications Board
will meet at 4 p.m. Thursday to
select the business manager, dis
closed Williams, who is secretary
of the board.
Martel Scroggin, temporary busi
ness manager, was selected to
serve in the capacity of business
manager from Feb. 6 to the end
of winter term.
Any student interested in apply
ing for the position is welcome to
do so, Williams added.
$1.00 plus 20% federal tax
, University Pharmacy
11 th and Alder Phone 5-9311
8:30 to 10:15 a.in_iri,
ference, Dads Room Si;
10:20 to 12:20 p.m. — |R|, Round
Tnbles, 112-113-114-^13
210 HU
11:45 a.m. — Theater executive
Hoard, 110 HU
12:30 p.m. — !HL Luncheon,
Hall room HU
2:15 to 4 p.m. — IRI, Round
Tables, HU
4 p.m. — Foreign Students,
(»ee|lnKer .Men’ll Lounge
1HL Conference, 110-111
112 HU
0:30 p.m. — 1KL Banquet, Ball
room SU
8:45 p.m. — IBL Recreation,
Second Floor SU
8:30 to 10a.m. — IRI, (General
Meeting, Ibid* Room SU
10 to 11 a.m. — 1HL Hound
Tableii, HU
10:30a.m. —SU Art Comm.,
302 SU
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m_iri.
General Meeting, Dad's
Room SU
II a.m. — Alumni Executive
Committee, 337 HU
Board of Deans, 112 HU
11:43 a.m. — VW -VMCA Inter
national Luncheon, 110
111 SU
i p.m. — Alumni leaders, 337
3 p.m. — Three Rivers Council,
Ballroom SU
MCA Talent Show,
Alumni Hall
4 p.nu — Kwama-Talon Ex
ehange, 110-1II SU
6 p.m. _ VMCA-YWCA Pot
luck, (ierlinger Sunporch
6:30 p.m. — Alumni Leader*.
112 SU
8 p.m. — YMCA-YWC.V Dance,
(•erllnger Annex
9:13 p.m. — IVCF After-Game
Social, Gerlinger Third
10 p.m. — Student Mixer, Ball
room SU
2:30 p.m. — Movie — “A* yol,
Uke It,” Ballroom SU
Group's Installation
Four University faculty mem
bers will take part in ceremonies
installing a chapter of Phi Delta
Kappa, national professional edu
cation fraternity, at Southern Ore
gon College in Ashland Saturday.
The delegation will consist of
Dr. P. K. Kambly, professor of
education and advisor of the uni
versity chapter of Phi Delta Kap
pa; J. F. Rummcl, professor of
education; and Robert Weigman
and E. W. Bowman, graduate as
sistants in education.
When American hoboes meet in
convention, the railroads have
heavy traffic but little business.
Common sense is fine, but maybe
the world could use some of the
uncommon variety.
Large Crowd
Drawn to Rally
I A large crowd of enthusiastic
| rooters turned out for Thursday
. night's snowball rally outside the
•Student Union.
Ait Larson, Kugcne Duck Club
president, save a short talk.
"We might he beat it’s pos
sible,” he said, "but we won t be
•lint Losoutoff gave a top-notch
yo-yo exhibition — after a little
'*oaxiri£ from tfr« crowd.
Other basketball team members
Loscutoff, Curt Barclay, Jack
Keller, Bob Peterson, Captain Will
Urban, and Mel Krause — were
introduced by master of ceremon
ies Ron Symons.
Barclay summed up the team’s
feeling when he said:
"Were very grateful for your
support: it really does help."
“We'll make it hard for OSC ”
said Coach John Warren, "and we
hope to come out on top.”
The rally squad led a new yell
to be used at the Oregon-OSC
I games.
Oh, Happy Day!
SU Flagpole Up
TIip non Student Union flap
pole was erected Thursday, hut
final work on the pole will not
he completed until the end of
next week, according to H. D.
•lacobv, assistant superinten
dent of the University physical
Jacoby said that workmen
will have to install a cap at the
base of the pole, eleat boxes and
cleats, lightning connections,
and the rope. They also must
paint the cap and the pole. The
flag pole is 60 feet tall.
Ongm Jkdb/
Assistant Managing Editor: Phil
Desk Editor: Joe Florcn
Desk Staff: Marge Floren
Might Editor: Dick Thompson
Might Staff: Kathleen Stiyker.
John Beal, Sue Riddlcsbarger
Workshop Drama
Tryouts at 3 Today
Tryouts for a Radio Workshop
<iiama scheduled to be broadcast
Thursday will be held from 3 to
5 P-m- today in Studio A, thi.rl
floor Villa rd.
Dick Hardie is director of the
production. Excellent opportuni
ties are available for numerous fe
male roles, although there are five
parts for men, Hardie said.
1 he drama centers around a
wife’s struggle to locate the per
sons able to prove the innocence
of her husband, who is sentenced
to execution for murder. The tc
tion moves swiftly and adds to the
suspense of the plot, commented
Some judges’ words carry con
viction even though they may net
know what they're talking aboi i.
For the want of a want-ad, ma.-.y
sellers and buyers never meet.
4 9311
with Van Heflin
'Trial Without Jury’*
Jt| • -f DIM HCZZ
“Room Upstairs”
with Marlene Dietrich
A Foreign Movie Club
4 043
‘Steamboat 'Round the
“David Harum
"Kansas Raiders”
‘Dead on Arrival”
Varsity ,
Rex Allan in
"Redwood Forest”
‘The Savage Horde”
Special invitation to University
I Friday, March 2, at 8:30 p.m.
l'iltecn piece dance band
Students 50c
Lawrence Olivier and Elizabeth Bergner
also short
"Sliphorn, King of the Polaroo"
This Sunday 2:30 and 4:45 p.m.
Student Union Ball Room
Admission $.30