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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1951)
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present "Th« Harlwr
a comic opera tit twu
Kt"»ini. a: S p in. l’m>
KArthur Court, mulrr
s ot the Civic Music
flic u|rt ra will !»t*
|j*h. Statical w ill l>c
in the opera
( jpprlli lx ail
1"* L Wagr.
\ i«-nn#‘sf in Mole
Viennese Ralph T«
'*'*11 »*ng the comt
Bar.olo. He has touri
Central Amer!> a i
career, and haj
the Wagrur opera
Boberne." singing th
'■ Benoit and Aleindorc
Affairs Office Gets
Advance rrgintrallnn for wmtci
irrm ended Saturday noon will)
1 **47 HtudrnU Kitmlcil nfl check
tng through the student affair* of
Thoae student* who did not pay
thrir frm but fi|r,J their card* with
Ilf reglst rm will ronipl.tr ih.
payment step nt thr beginning of
spring trim when lliry pick up
Student* wh» ill.I not complete
registration by Saturday» dead
line w ill be charged an $* fine
when lh«y resume teguoralloii
New ntudentx will begin register
<ng at thr beginning of spring
.. n Mm vie iofiity
fur 1 hi- 21 elective r* of AWH,
WAA nlul YWCA. They will be
l®1 r**<liM<<| «t nn imnembly (or all
rampuo women 12 i:» p m. m
Alumni Hall. ilrrlmger. »t which
tim<- nominal ion* n„m tj1(f f)(K,r
will be accepted.
Voting Will begin after the ax
einbly in the Herllng. , lobby and
w ill continue until «i p ni.
I*fe«idfntl»| napirantn are
AWM Marilyn Thompnon, thin
yearn AWM e« retnry. ami Nancy
Alhfdii, hollar prraldcnt of Hi nd
ri« kfi Malt
S\AA Hellr I >orin Ku«m-1I, now
hra l of a porta for WAA. and Joan
Hkordahl. >D i halrinan of the WAA
iMtmvnl ami Amphibian prnddent
\ \N (’A Karla Van Law, pre
?* nt chairman of tin- upper, la**
i oiiunnoiion. and Ann Darby, this
year'» YWCA wonal chairman,
other# running on the AWS
Mall arc Harriet Vahey and Helen
Jmknon foi nee ret ary: Betty
Monhofnky and Klalne Uniting for
Survey Reveals Campus Opinions
On Student Union Policies, Facilities
one m every two Oregon sUnk-rts
m in the Student t'rior mi average
of once a (lay nr ino!r
Hi* nut nf M-v» n approve Uts »•«
policies a* showing "no favorit
ism” to special (jtl«*re*t groups
Almost »ix e» it of ten think the
snack bar service is not fast
Frenhmen . • the building rr.««re
on an average school day than do
tleaull ill Poll
These are some of the re nulls of.
a study recently taken to discov
er the Use * of and attitudes tote ard
hr Student Union. A total of IMS 1
student# Were interviewed.
Communication* !’• »• an h Fund
worker* from the School of Join -
nalem look the survey under the
direc tion of Dean Gordon A S.»
bine The stratified proportional
scientific method t* as used.
Major inference * which > a In
drawn from the study are:
The quantitative uage of the
Student Union by t’mveralty stu
dent* i* extremely high. One in
every three Is there an hour or
more a day.
The reaction of students to Un
ion operating policies la excellent
Fourteen out of fifteen found Un
ion employee* "courteous and con
siderate.” Almost no one < only two
percent) feels social pressure, a!
fcellent Direction, Cast Prove
■light in 'Goodbye, My Fancy'
«>\ ixm Smith
f*rb direction by OtUtia Sey-|
molded the popular
Hoodbye, My Fancy" in
- • .-.ty th«-at«-r production |
, 'h'hghl and entertain
r"‘' wh'» cauh the p< i form
:a th® Arena theater.
‘ •r, t a performer in the
h opened last Friday
play ‘very night this
t carry off Ins
hard work and artistic nan
a,.. the cart tut i!
ni into a thoi >ughl'
P*We one. ‘
r •>' Hettinger, as the Cong
,/man “'turned to hev alrm
' Parti('ularly good in he
|W ■ It Was upon he
fc , "al authori . Fay Kan
I/,,.most "f the “moral" mes
V “f P^y. a«»d Miss netting
■ l[ that she could handli
> *;‘foment without losin,
|rBevr cZT °l lh" "venit,‘
It,., ,,i atton- m her lirs
)(> a,s the cynical score
tary Woody. Woody ion tin* laugh
lines, and Miss Oration laid th«-m
>n the line with the skill of an ex
Ed Kagozzmo, also in 111 first
theater role, was perfect at the
Life photographer in love with the
Congresswoman. He acted realis
tically the part of a man who knew
his way around the world.
Of the character roles In the
comedy, l.eltue Danh l in d«s< rviilg
of special mention as a hustling
alumni secretary. Mob Hkanibcis
was wonderful a a middle-aged
botany professor; and Sue Polsky
was equally humorous as the sex
hygiene assistant professor who
got potted at a faculty "tea."
In straight roles Sandra Price,
and Helen Johnson excelled, and j
Paul Wexler and Donn Doak did
well. In fact, the list of plauditH
could extend from the top <d’ the
cast list to the bottom.
Mrs. Soy bolt and her cast took
no risk that the audience would
be embarassed sitting only three
or four feet from an actor doing i
a bid job; no actor did a bad Job,
th<- Union more than elsewhere, to
spend more money than he can
Nine In tell students fee! the
t'nion 'eive« tlo, t„-#i interests of 1
lit intents "most of the time" or
"neatly ull the time "
t n-»bmen go to the Union in<»r>
fi '/jnently diMing the tiny, pro- i
Jtoitii.unity, th in do all student*
But not alt the results of tin <
survey leaned in favor of the new
' i«I* nt rentrt on 13th and l’m.
> ‘ "tty On« qtic»i|nn nhnwi-'l that
i| firtrrnl of the »tn<lent* do not
built wiiio k bai 11 vice ii
l-'our nut of five student* who'
• Itw < afeterta rated the !•••! vice
liUtfcfm tory, ..nd ft p< i mu of
h<.«- Interviewed thought tin
"‘tiding i* open the light time*
t day I-'iVi per Cent thought It
hulilil he open later week night*.
KWAX Equipment Test
OK, Starlin Announces
Kqu>pir<n)t tr't.r.c for KWAX new University KM tnttnn. was ,,m
‘•urti l Saturday nfli • approval for thr teat* wan received from the
K**l<. •»i < ‘onimunicHtlon;: < 'omimioion,
"Th tratx were *a' sfu. tot v. ' 1 >. Glenn Starlit!, instructor in radio i
Oregon'* missing 1'uddle*. a*
fur it* thr Kmerald ran Irll, I*
*1111 In I'nrtilll*, after l>elng
presented to Wehfoot yell lead
er* hy I he OSC yell M|uad at
Friday night'* basketball game
ruddle*, after being taken
from the Oregon campus Thurs
day, appeared at halftime Fri
day night \tlth ail orange anil
hlark rlld>on around hi* nerk.
lie \ta* turned over to Oregon
veil leader*, but huh reluctant
to return. Veil leader \rne Slm
<ui*on hail to bring the errant
dtlrk I tack to the Wehfoot fold.
Slmon*on *aid Sunday that,
a* far a* be know*, ruddies
was not brought bai'k to Ku
gene, and Is still in charge of
Director of \thletirs I>en
Harris, who has charge of the
duck when he is letl in Kugenc,
said Sunday that ruddles hadn't
Im-cii returned to him.
N'iai step leading (o final opera
tion of the -tutinn la the request
ing of a lict n.se to broadcast. When
K<‘(” grants the license, and per
mission foi program testing is giv
en and the tests approved. KWAX
’.t ill Ire ready to broadcast, staihn
The license may he received i
within two weeks, he said, but
this would Ire too late for broad
casting to begin this term.
"We are now planning to atari
operation the beginning of spring
terns,” Slarlln stated. "Every
thing Is tentative until the final
license for broadcastjng is grant
id by KCC," he [minted out.
Nearly $1,.'ami has been spent fori
facilities of the new station. Last'
year studios on the third floor
of Villard were remodeled in pre
paration for an eventual campus
KWAX will broadcast from 5
p.m. to II pm. Monday through
Friday, and from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Staffs, which still have vacanc
ies for inti rested students, are
headed by Jim Blue, announcers;
(icorgc Drougus, continuity; Eric
Matthews, traffic; Dave strauss,
business; Denali (troth, office;
Janet Harris, music; and Marilyn
Patterson, public relations.
Dramas Given Tonight
“Theater Excitement No. 3“ will
lie presented at « p.m. today and
Tuesday in the University Theater.
The evening of theater is open to
season-ticket holders only, who
may pick up tickets at the theater
Student-directed dramas of a
type not generally offered to the
public, will be presented. Direct
ing- the shows ure Jane Jette, Gor
don Erickson, and Klnmrie Wcndel.
Miss Jette is directing an adap
tation of the radio program, "Fall
of the City;” Erickson is directing
an original drama; and Miss
Wendell is using the dance as a
medium for her presentation.
tn .••mirr: .layer Clark and Bin
barn Manley for reporter; an<l
I’ll.i-l Ijirun and Joan Walker for
»>< i grant-atai ml.
Vying for WAA office* will b"
l-otn Hamnr and Norma Mnn ,
aerri-tary: Barbara Hate* an-l
Bn da Lynch) irmnurei Jof<«;
Bub h and Delon* Tr.it < Mtdodlar.
and Mary Bennett*' and Mai /
Janie,i), *erg< not-al arm*
Candidate* on the YWCA ulaD
Include Kay Ktnkinberg anti Jo
Anne Hewitt for ru-t-ond viec-pn -
indent; Oi eirhen Grondahl anil
1 .ilimn St holt for *err*tary; Vii
fclHtn K* Hogg and Ja Kvana fi
trea liter and Bonnie Bsrkein< •
anil Dolure* l*HIII*h for ujtjerrla,» .
YWCA rophomoie 'ommi**ion
r andldutt nr< Ant y Vincent a tl
Bat Gindin for in.dent Cathy
Style Show Featured
V fcltin|»*i nf spring fashion*
"ill !»• *wn I<mIu\ at a styl*
hIi.im t'l' on l>> Kilvu II'-. il. piirl
tii'-ni store at I pin. in \Itimui
Hall. **po't»| clothe* have been
shipped I rum tin* fast to l«
m.aided In ■ atiipu* women. \ll
women .irr tmlted f,i ttiU eleo
Mon dot f•ailin'.
Tub* raid Haibaia 5tui;>on ft .
vife-premdent: and Sally H* ->i
lua- ar.il Carolyn McL* an for s
R <m < r-ttp* tn the pr< * nlent;al
races util become vn • -premde-t
of their r' nfM ttve ri j.a.'.im:ion.
tn addition to the elertion rf
officers two other 1 • •• Will I
decided Monday Accept an.. of th«
avvs constitution, a ompletel/
revised «nd up-to-date version, \v;.l
hi voted upon by all wnn.en stu
WAA member', wit vote on ti e
proponed name change of the Wom
en's Athletic Association to Won -
en'a Kei nation Ante at.on. Tha.
change, approved earlier by WA A
officers, util be mote indicative .,f
W A As broadened s< < j* stall I
Proatdent Bonnie Gii-ng-t.
All women students mny nuuk
the AWS ballot upon showing th< : •
students body tarda, however only
memb* rs may vote on the WA A
and YWCA ballots.
Results of the elections will te
announced In Tuesday s Km. raid.
A final resolution that Commun
ist China should ho terognized as
the legitimate government > f
China in the Tinted Nations \vh* a
and if it withdraws from Komi
was passed by the Internation; I
Relation.- League eonft 11 n <• at r s
closing the weekend conference
on the campus Saturday was a re
pori of I'oundtabli dis -ion, and
election of officers.
N'ew officers are William Mc
Allister of Medford, president; Sue
Sanrlt II of Jacksonville, vice-pre
sident; Jackie Jones of Salem, see
rotary-treasurer; and Donald Kan
inker of St. Hi lens, historian.
The L'oO delegates, n presenting
Jo high schools, decided to refer
all other resolutions to the indi
vidual schools for discussion and
voting. Results will bo compiled
by Cleveland High School in Port
land and then sent to the Depart
ment of State, which will ref* r
them to the United States dele
gates in the U. N.