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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1951)
Marine Band Leader
MA-I. WILLIAM F. SANTF.LMAN, director, L'.S. Marine Corps
band which will give a concert here Oct. 1L___
Germany to Hear Former
KWAX Radio Program
“Here's Oscar,” a regular
KvVAX program last year, will be
broadcast to Germany over the
y0ice of America this week.
This information was received
from Oskar Hoessl, German ex-;
change student last year, who re
turned to Germany Wednesday. He
seat a postcard to the Emerald ■
from New York International Air
port one-half hour before taking!
While Hoessl was in New York .
before leaving for Germany, he
was interviewed on the Voice of
A' lerica, and parts of “Here’s Os- >
car," which he had with him on a j
ta re recording, were used. The pro
g am, consisting of European pop
vd ir music and interviews with >
foreign students about their own j
xuusic, was broadcast weekly over
KVVAX, Voice of the Ducks, last ;
German Popular Records
Hoessl's program featured Ger-1
man popular records furnished by I
Ted Kogan, an ex-German dance !
In id leader who now lives in Eu
rope. A regular feature of “Here's j
Oscar” was interviews of foreign
students, who brought records
from their own countries, which
Hoessl played on the program.
Two foreign students who were
featured most on the program
were Surinder Mehta, from India;
and Ingeborg Vedler, from Nor
way. Interviewing of these two
and playing of their native records
used full programs. Both are at
tending the University again this
Campbell Club Member
Hoessl, who came to Oregon
from Munich, Germany, was a
member of Campbell Club while
attending the l mversuy im>i yea..
He had first acquired his interest
in radio when working with the
U.S. armed forces in Munich after
the occupation of Germany. He
worked on armed forces installa
tions. and did disc jockey work for
the Armed Forces Network.
Acording to eorespondence re
ceived from Hoessl by Jim Blue,
chief announcer for KVVAX, Hoessl
wili be back in Eugene in March.
Blue said KWAX is looking for
some program siimlar to “Here's ;
Oscar” to replace Hoessl's pro
gram of modern popular music of
Interviews for SU
Tonight at 7 p.m. i
Interviews of students who peti
tioned to work on Student Union
committees will begin at 7 p.m. to
night on the third floor of the SU.
Interviews will be conducted by
the SU personnel committee and
the respective chairmen of the 11
Time of individual interviews is
posted on the bulletin board on the
third floor of the SU. Students
were also contacted as to time and
day of their interviews.
Due to the number of students
who petitioned for interviews some
of the committees will run through
The Kappa Alpha society, found
ed in 1825, is the oldest Greek let
ter fraternities in point of continu
ihw dark—when visibility is poorest—danger is great
lit. So be sure to slow down and be eirtra alert at night.
Je sure, too, to keep your windshield free of mud or
rime and to see that your windshield wipers do theil
ob. Remember—what you can’t see can hurt youl
III Careful—the life you save may be your own!
' Sponsored In Hie Interest of your safety by
John James, assistant professor
of sociology, will lecture on "The
Social Theory of Thorstein Veb
len,” at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
Student Union Browsing Boom.
Everyone is invited to attend, Ber
nice Kise, Browsing Boom librar
This is the first program of the
Browsing Boom Wednesday eve
ning lectures sponsored by the Uni
versity Library, the Browsing
Room student committee, and the
house librarians. This book review
ing series was started in 1946 and
has proved to be popular with stu
dents. town patrons, alumni, and
James came to the University in
1949. He has taught at the Univer
sity of Washington and UCLA and
was an assistant economist for
the National War I^abor Board in
Washington. D.C. He is a member
of the Pacific Sociological society
and the American Sociological so
Thorstein Veblem was a liberal
American sociologist and author
who died in 1929. His influence as
a scholar and teacher is essential
ly based on his gift for combining
in his work the historical, econ
omic, and socio-psychological ap- j
proaches. He concluded his long ca
reer as a teacher at the New York
School for Social Research in New
His chief works, which include
many acute criticisms of establish
ed social and economic institu-1
tions, include “The Theory of the j
Leisure Class,” ‘‘The Theory of
Business Enterprise,” and “The j
Vested Interests and the State of
the Industrial Arts”.
Desserts For YW
A series of desserts for sopho-1
more YWCA members was decided j
upon for the social aspect of the
year’s program at a meeting of
the sophomore Y cabinet Monday
in Gerlinger Hall.
“Because most sophomore girls
are living in their sorority houses
this year, and have lost much con
tact with friends they made in the
dormitories as freshman, this idea
was suggested to bring the girls
together," Ancy Vincent, president
of the cabinet,' said.
The desserts will include refresh
ments, card playing, speakers and
sewing dolls for hospitalized chil
Oct. 23 is the date for the first
dessert this term, and will be fol
lowed by two more, the dates of
which will be announced later.
Studies Old Age Needs
K.H. Moore, head of the depart
ment of sociology, is on Sabbatical
leave from the University until
spring term. Moore is spending ids
leave investigating the work done
by various universities on the prob
lems of later maturity, mainly con
doned with security in old age and
adjustments made to retirement.
He is also studying institutions
for the aged and the retirement
plans of several Industries.
Also on leave from the sociology
department is Jack Parsons, as
sistant professor of sociology, who
is continuing his studies on a
Ford Foundation Fellowship at the
University of Chicago.
Taking his place on the faculty
this year is Mrs. Bernice Madison.
Brick Smoke Stack
To Be Demolished
Bids will be opened today for
tearing down the brick smoke
stack which- was used by the old
heating plant, according to I. I.
Wright, physical plant superin
tendent. The old plant was located
opposite the School of Architecture
and Allied Arts.
The smoke stnck will be taken
down brick by brick through the
inside, Wright said. No date has
been set for beginning the project.
Get an X-Ray Today!
. . . at the Infirmary
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday through Friday v
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