L Appear at Music School H< rnlurd \)>nifiioult%4'h ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ rted West Coast Pianist Give Concert Tuesdey 1 \* st h »" t<rforin a! N i ••r-<!a> U the auditorium of tin ■ f Mu»>c He is l*e»MU *tt<I ti ti • I n er-ilv of ir. Student t nion Board iB»/W>Uth ha» brer. ha.led of tie foremost p.ar.iats re-’ ta the West Coast ard one tM*t commanding figure* fa-id anywhere in the coon t the present tiir.e he in tg at the College of the Holy m Oakland, and teaching *i hj private studios in ty and San Kranctaco. January !>, 1&06 in Ham ennaoy, Abramow-itsch be i ttudy at an early age in w Abramow-stiw h made hi* aa a Concert pianist 1 atid for 10 years eoncer kmughout •'letmany. while, unstrung his private studios iturg. E? America .n 1836 he pnvately in Portland for before opening studio* in twciKo and Berkeley He » member of the mualc 1 * '*“• College of the Holy *mre September, HM.Y Abraxnowttach has played ■ &r-*•*>« Weit Coast for the 5 year*. 12,015 Enrolled In State's Colleges Incomplete opting term i-n rnllmtiil figures for (hr- first Week of i Iftowo ihoM rrl .1 frtfaj of 12,013 s (nil- ii I s for Ih*- inllrr Oregon stair »jstern of high' r •duration. Registration figure* for I hr I nlvrrollv of Orrgon art- not available jrt. H Intrr trrm rnmltnirnt for thr ststem was 13."76 and fall trrm 13,117. Thr drop from Hlntrr to spring trrm. II per rrnt. Is ihoat normal. Illghrst prrnar spring trrm rnrollmrnt was 8,743. Thr drntal school and thr rnrdtral school rrportrd small Increases In both mrdiral and nursing students. Thr thrrr- col* Irgrs of rduratlon also showed slight Increase*. These first figures showed the greatest deerrase In stu dents at the Van port extension center, LnHersIty of Oregon, and Oregon Ntate. New Draft Order Will Defer Thousands of Colleaians Uiousm da of college men who . 1 KtH'lrit or imi „ .>*1 "PtUlUl. .. will be K,vrn '!>■ ft defe im.-i.l l„ rnillplet, then '"ll'-ff •’ii.or l‘r. ih.-m Triiniim »IKIln.l III, ex. i lit IVe order Kill III <||*V iiuthoti/.ing thin III lion rile npe, Ini tent Will he K|Vr„ to ,n,,,'r ,hi'» whiimmi men thin «prnU: iin.l ..untrue! r. iiiniive duii,, j,,, tin- nationwide exnni nr. May 2ii June m nod Julie no < enter III Handle Teata ' 'lifford (‘.uuitnnce I'o regiatrai told the KmernJd he underntood tlml the I'lllVel Hlty of OreKon i ntlfinelwg enter will handle the tenting h.-ie tHtier 1'nivernlly of fhtnlii were unavailable f..i com ItlMtl Sunday. Aeeordlni: i,, Ma) Cen t,ewu H Hemhev draft director, the Weholiuttii ntandlug ueemnury to permit exemption, and the grade to be attained on the aptitude tent, would be determined lat. i How ever necordtng to the Annoeinled I'rcMM, mill- ci)ii«li'midpii In Wa-h iiiKli'ii ' x|if ( t deferment* to be Kmnted to u„. following Mott frrwhrniin who enter col l* K>- next full; Hophomore* who were xeholn.tl 'iillv in the upper half of their ft rnhmau t'bixa, .hmlor* who made the upper two Now They Can Relax Oregon'* men Htodent* Mho prr\|oii*l> Mere not draft-ex empt a re breathing a little ea« ler non. Kor their reiutlon*. *ee the hmemld'* Inquiring Heport er eolitmn, page H. thud* ,»f their ,he a Hophomore*, Henloi* who were m the upper three fourth* of their t la*x at jun ior*. II, rxhey aid that there Mere hImuii I million non-veteran *tu drnt* in eollegc noM He added that ata,tit mOOOO had diafl deferment* for the preaent college yriir. Tin- aptitude tint util generally mil In- given to hi,gh Mr hoot '■••nloi i who Intend to gn on to rollege. Iv i’iil<l, Mini •• muni of them arc unili'i l hr ill lift uf'f of if*. There it* no provision In the new order for any high mi bool graduate who become ■ Hi In fun- he enter" rollege Her ahey Maid MUflh cartea will tie loft to the individual draft hoard*. Ot»l> iH l*er t ent \re III "I"he United .State* Office of Kit m atlon Maid only if* per < ent of the estimated frOfl.OOO high m brad mil" graduate" thla year would la- pa-t 19. Conan-art ha* provided In the preaent draft law. Ilerahey raid, foi i hr deferment of college student u ‘ in muh nunibi ra »•’ may he nen n aary lo the mainlalneni e of th national health, airly, or wtereMt." PievloiiH to thin order, only pre medti al majoi ■ and certain -< h rn mayira had hii'ii ret tain of college draft deferment*. Dr. Horn to Discuss Playwright In Lecture-forum Series Talk i ‘hi Wtophri Fry Kngland's lead ing drama let. w lit be ih< subject of the •spring term's first in the Lecture-Forum Scries, at V .'to pm VV.4ncf.4ay m th<- tttudrnt Union Browsing FUnom Speaker for the first In turf will be l>r It I* Horn, professor of Knglish wbn» talk t* entitled "Christopher Fi y Th> Itrunum of Comely and I'.wiry Discussion leaflet will be F J. Hunter, In al rurtor in speech Knglish mtloi haw piorlainicd Fry as their cpunlry a lop drama tist* following the death of (imrg. Bernard Shaw Fry w rote "Vemi* Oheervid" and 'The I July's Not for Burning " The latlpr t« euriTiil ly playing on Broadway. The spring term series will deal with current trends and problems, a* related to great books In the fields of literature, biology, chem istry. anthropology, sociology, his tory. political science, and archi tecture. It m sponsored by'the t’m verslty of Oregon library and the library's association of patrons and friend# It t# open to member* of the iiiai.tiuiion, faculty, and iiu dent# The iM-rieu, remainder of which will be held every Wednesday in the Hniwuini; Kimm, include# the (ollowing lecture# Apr. II "The New You amt Hi redlty," by Anieran Rrhetnfeld Dr It It liuesitk, professor of mology. Wturer. Apr. 17: "Tito and Goliath," by Hamilton Fish Armstrong I>r. Ivan (I. Nagy, askotunt profeksor of political aeienro, lecturer. Apr. 2ft: "The New Nation a lliatorv of the U. S. during the ("onfederation, 17R1-17S9," by Mi r ill! Jensen Dr. K. S. Pomeroy, as sociate professor of history, lectur er. May 2: "Finding# and Outcome# of Regional Conference# of Ameri can Institute of Architects." Dean S. \V. Little, dean of the School of Architecture and Allied Arts, lec turer. May 0: "Killer# of the Dream," < PUatt turn to taqe sa cn) n i i • _ ill l‘i«rrc LubutdiuU and Ocnla JS’eiuenoff Sports Night Set for Friday In Mac Court The first annual University oi Oregon Sports Night will i>e held m McArthur Court on Friday ASt'O President Bariy Mountai 1 announced Sunday. "The event Is design'd *.o pre sent to the University family an*' townspeople a preview of student talent In the physical education de partment and the University as • whole," he said. "It i<* a studen* sponsored program, which will pro vide funds for student government to finance University studen' groups and worthwhile program for the University." Dirk Daugherty, graduate assist ant in physical education, is gen era! chairman for the night. Th" entertainment will include boxing, a trampoline act, tumbling, and iother student acts. Tickets for the Sports Night will be :»0 cents for students ai d ft for townspeople, Mountain said. They will be on sale starting Tues day morning at booths in the Co-op and Student Union. Mountain also appointed com mittees from the executive couiu 1 to handle sales among living oi - ganizat ions, honoraries, and in downtown Eugene. WSSF Group Hopes To Pin All Students Every off campus student xxilt be pinned. At least everyone will be pinned on the World Student Service Fund city map. according | to Marion Rrincr. WSSF off-cam pus solicitation chairman. On Apr. 9. 10, 11 members of the campus religious organizations will conduct a door-to-door < nnva- s Solicitors to Meet tiladvs lauthi'r, World s(u | ilcnt Ncrxloe l-'uiiil secretary, xxill meet xxtth solicitors for tho | WSSF drive at noon today in tho | Student 1'nion, according to j Jackie Wilkes, drive chairman. i for WSSF funds to all off-campus students. The procedure, stated Miss Rrlnor, xvill be based on a. huge city map posted in the WSSF office with a pin designating each (l'lease turn to page seven) lo-Pfano Stars to Play ursday in Mac Court « Lubo»huiz ami hU wife, N’ranenoff, celebrated duo 1 will be presented in con 1 “ Pm. Thursday at Mr - °'urt b>’ the Civic Music it:on rt‘' "The Peerless ,h* music critic for the •Phia Inquirer, the team has |yther for 13 years in pub t4ls- lx,th had good records ,u' an,) °uly the far t that playing together tlem on their career to Ev<;n while not on tour, 4 tire f'v‘‘ to six hours a U,nK ready for the next >h the two n,.v,.r KjV(> /ny more' th' y still enjoy 8 *'0W every once in a ,n both thr ir Country and : have two pianos 1 crie room for duo-prac lice arul others In separate rooms for solo practice. The Kusstan-Kreneh combination Philadelphia Inquirer, the team •■(1 .States, living alternately at Camden, Me, nn<! in New York City when not on tour. Their little black cocker apaniel, Mia* k Key, accompanies them wherever they go. l,ubo«hntz is famous not only for his solo virtuoso playing anti his well-known concert on rapport with his wife, but also for the fact that he has resurrected a great deal of little-known piano duet mu ale. On this tour Luboahulz' example of this ia the arrangement of Johann Strauss' "The Hat." front the recent Metropolitan Opera suc cess, “Die Kledermaus." Miss Nemenoff is noted for her quieter, country-loving personality and also for her keen Parisien sense of how to dress well. Imagination In detail simplicity in basic design is the secret of fashion and style, according to Miss Nenieno/f.