Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 05, 1951, Image 1

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Better Teachers...
ifl fine of the subjects which will
he discussed in a forum on improv
mg education at the University of
Oregon. The forum wfl] appear on
the Emerald editorial page Fri
KWAX stepped over the thres
hold lrom the dream of a campus
FM radio Mtatlon to materialization
after making its initial broadcast
in the form of a spec ial dedicatory
program Wednesday night.
At 5 p.m. tonight KWAX will
begin Its regular schedule at 88.1
megacycles, broadcasting from
Vlilard Hall.
The campus station will be on
the air tonight with recorded
“Piano Mood." The "United Na
tions" program will be called “A
Whale of a Story” this week. It
will be followed by news gathered
in the school of Journalism.
“There’s Music in the Air” will
be a recorded session of semi
classical dinner music. “Through
the Bookshelves” will be a discus
sion of current, popular novels by
Avis Jones, freshman in speech.
News Program Included
Doug Ambers, junior in political
science, will give a news commen
tary on world affairs. "Radio
Workshop” is a transcribed drama
produced by Oregon students. A
run-down on the weekend activities
in the Eugene area will be the es
sence of “What's Going On?” by
Tru Vos berg, senior in speech.
“Tunes from the Times.” folk
music from various countries, will
be arranged by Elmaric Wendel,
junioi in speech. Selections from
recordings by Mel Torme will be
featured on the program "Time for
Torme.” "Campus Classics,” pro
duced by Karl Harshbarger. fresh
man in speech, will contain only
classical music. Following will be
recorded semi-classical music as
a background for studying, called
“Serenade to the Student.”
Music, Sports Featured
Next over KWAX will be the
“News We Almost Forgot,” fea
turmg little-known happenings in
the news, by Eddie Artzt, senior in
journalism. Disc-jockeys Jim Blue,
junior in liberal ai ts, and A1 Hicks,
junior in .speech, will dispatch pop
ular music over the program "Any
thing Goes.” Following will be a
sports round-up by commentator
Keith Harry, senior in speech.
News from Friday's Emerald will
be previewed on "The Emerald of
the Air.” KWAX will close its
achedule with “A Tune to Say
UO Singers Will
Present Tour
Concert Tuesday
The University Singers, 40-voice
mixed chorus, will present their
tour concert on the home campus
at 8 ji.m. Tuesday in the Student
Union Ballroom.
Directed by Donald W. Allton.
assistant professor of music, the
program will feature Louise Lad
ing, soprano, and the University
Male Quartet.
The program consists of classical,
sacred, and secular works by such
composers as Bach, Brahms, Mac
farlane, Beethoven, Palestrina,
Oretchaninoff, Gounod. Robyn.
Hassler, Loomis, Fine. Klein, Byr
an. Cole Porter, Rodgers and
Hammerstein, Warren, Niles, Coop
er, Treharne, Cain, Weill, and one
home-ground work., "Kyric" by
Milton Dieterich, assistant profes
sor of music.
The male quartet is composed of
; Gary Donlon, senior in business:
Robert Henry, junior in business:
Malcolm Norton, freshman in mu
jaic; and Harold Weeks, graduate
student in liberal arts. Their con
tribution is entirely their own, as
! they practice it outside of regular
! tour work.
Incidental solos will be sung by
I Walter C. Martin, baritone, junior
in music; Joy Grimstad. soprano,
senior in music; and Robert Henry,
1 tenor, junior in business.
'Tomorrow's News
Tonight on KWAX
Friday morning's news will be
heard tonight at 10:50 over KWAX
on a five-minute show called "Eme
rald on the Air.”
This evening summary of cam
pus news will be sponsored by the
Daily Emerald Monday through
Thursday every week. It will in
clude news and features which will
be published in the following morn
ing's paper.
Toni King, associate editor of
the Emerald, la organizing the
Sports Show to Feature Four
JBoxing Matches Friday Night
Four boxing matches are on the
program for Sports Night, sched
uled for 8 p.m. Friday in McArthur
Court. The event will occupy the
second half of the entertainment.
Two University basketball play
ers, Bob Peterson and Jim Loscut
off, will fight one of the matches,
according to Barry Mountain
ASUO president. Other boxers
scheduled to fight during the pro
gram are:
Bob Wilcox vs. Joe Kaiser
Joe Richards vs. Charles Oyama
Tom Stratton vs. Neil Tardio
“AH these boys are excellent
boxers," said W. P. Rhoda, boxing
instructor, who has been training
the men. “Kaiser has done some
amateur boxing before, and Oyama
has also had some experience."
"Incidentally," he added, “this
is the first boxing program the
University has had since 1941, to
my knowledge."
Each fight will last three rounds,
each two minutes long, with one
minute between rounds.
Other entertainment at Sports
Night will include track events
and musical entertainment. Tickets
are on sale at booths in the Co-op
and Student Union, and through
all living organizations. Admission
is 50 cents for students, $1 for
Morning Assembly Features
WSSF Speaker from India
Dr. Virtor Huga Sword, adviser
to the Indian Government for stu
dent# studying abroad; Track
Coach Bill Bowerman, and Base
ball Coach Don Kirsch will head
the bill for this morning's ASUO
assembly to be held at 11 in the
Student Union ballroom.
(iaases Mill he shortened Hith
the fnlloM'ing schedule in effect:
First period, 8-00-8:85
Second period, 8:45-9:20
Third period, 9:80-10:05
Fourth period, 10:15-10:50
Assembly, ] 1:00
Barry Mountain. ASUO presi
dent, will introduce Dr. Sword,
who will speak on conditions in
India where he was a resident for
20 years. His speech was arranged
under the auspices of the World
Student Service Fund drive rom
mitte, the funds which are to go
to students in Assam, India.
During his years in India, Dr.
Dr. Hugo Motor Sword
Sword became acquainted with the
Indian point of view in education
and shifted his interest from archi
tecture to administratve and stu
dent work. When he first went to
India, Dr. Sword was eminent in
the construction of hospitals,
churches, residences, school build
ings and tea processing factorien
in Assam.
Dr. Sword has recently complet
ed a lecture and forum tour of the
Northwest, speaking on the edu
cational phases of international re
lations. While in India he became
acquainted with such political not
ables as Prime Minister Nehru,
Madame Pandit, and the late
Mahatma Gandhi.
“Spring sports" will headline the
second part of the assembly. Both
Bowerman and Kirsch will give a
run-down on baseball and track
respectively and members of both
teams will be introduced.
USAF to Call
Twenty Seniors
Approximately 20 University
seniors will go on active duty with
the United States Air Force upon
graduation this year. May N. N.
Mihailov, public information officer
of the UO military department,
announced Wednesday.
These men will be among S00
Air F'orcc Reserve Officers Train
ing Corps seniors from eight west
ern states who will go into active
service immediately following grad
According to present Air Force
policy only students who are grad
uated in both ROTC and regular
college courses will be ordered into
active military service. Students
with prior military training or
those who are taking special
courses may receive their reserve
commissions before their college
degrees and will be given the choice
of continuing towards a degree or
being ordered into active service.
Five members of the local group
reporting for duty in June will go
directly to flight schools for pilot
training. The remainder will re
port to the Air Force base at Lack
land, Tex., for training.
Maj. Mihailov reported that the
names of the students involved
will be released at a later date.
Registration Hits 4,260
Registration had climbed to 4,260
students as of Monday evening,
according to Registrar Clifford L.
Constance commented that this
was doing "nicely.” No egmpara
' tivc figures were available.
Installation of Lights Nears End
Installation of lamps and stand
ards, the final step in the new cam
pus lighting program, has begun
on the first of two new circuits.
The 40 lights on the circuit
should be completely installed and
the included area should be light
ed by Friday night, H. D. Jacoby,
./assistant superintendent of the
University physical plant, said
The circuit will serve the area
adjoining 13th Ave.—the old cam
pus on one side, and the west side
of the old campus on the other.
The second circuit, which has had
only preliminary work done on it,
will include the area adjoining Uni
versity St. -the rest of the new
campus, including the Student Un
ion area.
Work on the second circuit,
which also will have 40 lights, will
begin whenever lawn planting is
finished on the Student Union
block, Jacoby said. If the weather
remains good, he said, the grass
shoUld be, planted hy the aid of
• • ' -<*■•** <* H 4 * w * -
this week. Jacoby added that under
ideal conditions the lights on the
second circuit should be lighted by
May 1.
Installation of the lamps and
standards was delayed until this
time, Jacoby said, due to unknown
causes. Original plans were for the
lights to be installed more than a
month ago. The standards were
in transit about seven weeks, not
arriving until Saturday. All the
equipment for installation of the
80 new campus lights has now ar
rived, he said.
Vodvil Auditions Set;
Schedule Announced
Auditions for the All-Campus.
Vodvil Show Apr. 34 will take
place at 7 p.nt. Tuesday and Wed-1
nesday in McArthur Court. Sched
uled times for the acts to appeal
arc as follows:
Scheduled for Tuesday night at
7:10 Yeomen: 7:20—Ann Judson:
7:30 Theta Chi: 7:40 Sigma Kap
pa: 7.50 Tau Kappa Epsilon: 8—
r> Beta Phi: 8:10—Sigma Phi Ep
silon: 8:20—Ondes: 8:30—Pi Kap
pa Alpha: 8:40 Kappa Kap-j
pa Gamma: 8:50— Phi Kappa Sig
ma; 9- Kappa Alpha Theta; 9:10—
Lambda Chi Alpha: 9:20- High
land House; 9:30—Delta Upsilon.
Wednesday night at 7:10—Camp
bell Club: 7:20—Hendricks Hall;
7:30- Beta Theta Pi; 7:40—Gam
ma Phi Beta: 7:50—Delta Zeta: ,
8 Delta Gamma; 8:10—Chi Ome
ga; 8:20—Alpha Delta Pi: 8:30—
Alpha Chi Omega; 8:40—Delta
Delta Delta: 8:50—Alpha Xi De»
ta; 9—Alpha Phi: 9:10—Alpha
Omicron Pi; 9:20—Alpha Gamma
Delta; 9:30—Sigma Xu.
From these acts six men's liv
ing organizations and six women' *
living organizations, instead cf
eight as previously announced, will
be chosen to enter the final per
formance at 8 p.m. Apr. 14. Judg
ing will be done on a 40-point sys
tern based upon staging, script, and
Living organizations which have
not submitted themes ar.d whose
acts are not scheduled, may turn
in their themes to Joan Dysart,
Delta Delta Delta, for their listing.
This must be done by Friday of th:o
week or they will not qualify.
Piano Duet to Perform Tonight
In Last of Concert Series
Luboshutz and Nemenoff, fam
ous piano duet, will play a return
engagement at 8 p.m. tonight at
McArthur Court for the Civic Mu
sic Association. Students will be
admitted on presentation of stu
dent body cards.
The two-piano concert will fea
ture Johann Sebastian Bach's
"Sicilienne.” Wolfgang Amadeus
Mozart's "Sonata in D Major,”
Johannes Brahms’ “Variations on
a Theme by Haydn,” Vittorio
Rietti’s “Suite Champetre,” and
Johann Strauss' "The Bat,” a fan
tasy on themes from "Fledermaus.”
The last time the musical team
from Russia and France, recently
dubbed "The Peerless Team,” was
in Eugene was during the 1944
1945 season.
These pianists have made appear
ances and return appearances with
many major orchestras, such as
the Boston Symphony, the Phila
delphia Orchestra, and the New
York PhilarmoniCi
Playing under the baton of Eu
gene Ormandy of the Philadelphia
Orchestra and with the Little Or
chestra Society of New York last
season, the piano team played the
premiere of the new concerto for
two pianos written by Bohuslav
Martinu and dedicated to them
Music festivals from Massachu
setts to California \ye}cpijie them
annually, as do their New York
fans in their annual Carnegie Hail
recitals. Pierre Luboshutz has al
so enriched duo-piano literature by
rediscovering ancient music writ
ten for two pianos and by mak
ing arrangements for two pianos ot
many other works.
Oregano Position
Petitions Due
! Petitions for editor and business
j manager of the Oregana and editor
! of the Ore-nter are due by 5 p.m.
i Tuesday. Interviews are scheduled
| for Apr. 12.
All petitions are to be turned in
, to Larry Davidson, night manager
i of the Student Union, at 102 SU.
j Applicants must have academic
j clearance through the Office of
Student Affairs.
Appointments will be made by
i the Student Publications Board the
night of the interviews.
Spanish Club to Meet
Members of Sigma Delta P>,
Spanish honorary, are asked to
meet at 4 p.m. today in 312 Friend
ly, according to Anne Insell, sen-*
ipr in foreign, languages.