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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1951)
Wanted by Committee
Suggestion sheets to obtain the
wishes of students on records they
want in the new $450 Arley Nor
cross Memorial Collection of
“quarter classics' were mailed to
all living organizations Tuesday
morning by the Student Union
record-lending library committee.
The committee, set up to handle
the new record-lending library,
consists of Robert Koutek, Diane
Dimon, Barbara Dickson, Loewy
Ann Charles, and Trudy Eberhardt,
under the direction of Jim Krue
ger, SU board member. The Arley
Norcross collection will be the first
records in the library.
Records purchased by the com
mittee will be determined by the
suggestions the students turn in.
Miss Eberhardt, secretary, said.
The committee hopes students will
indicate their preferences, she
stated, and would like to have the
suggestion sheets returned within
10 days after receipt, so the rec
ords may be ordered before Christ
mas vacation. This would provide
time for the records to arrive b /
the end of winter term, she said.
The money, donated to the Uni
versity by friends of Miss Nor- ,
cross, former Oregon student, will |
be used to purchase records of
such music as that of George !
Gershwin, Ferde Grofe, and mu- !
sical shows, according to the
wishes of the donors, the com- !
mittee said. The records, however,
will not be restricted to Amerian
composers, the committee added
This type of music was selected
by the donors because they felt j
it would endure throughout the j
years. The collection will not be 1
classical, nor will it consist of pop
ular recordings, the committee ex- I
The library, when set up, will be
located in 208 SU, a music listen
ing room. Its facilities will be
available to all members of the
SU Art Gcllery
Has Mead's Work
An exhibition of the works of
Robert Mead, including' copper en
gravings. prints and wood engrav
ings, will be on display in the Stu
dent Union art gallery Monday
through Dec. 4, Donna Covalt,
chairman of the SU art gallery
committee, has announced.
Mead, who lives in Carlsbad, N.
M„ has had works represented in
many collections, including the
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Car
negie institute, Library of Con
gress, and the Victoria and Albert
The exhibition is a loan from the
George Binet Print collection of
Tickets Sales End
Deadline for purchase of Uni
versity theater season tickets is 8
p.m. Saturday, it has been an
Due to the tremendous increase
in season ticket sales this year, it
won’t be possible to continue the
sale all year, as was the policy pre
viously, according to Gene Wiley,
theater business manager.
There is a possibility that gen
eral admission tickets won’t be of
fered for all performances due to
the limited capacity in the arena
theater, and the increase in the
number of season ticket holders,
Miss Wiley said.
Season tickets are $5 and include
six plays, some of which will be a
double bill musical. Several bonus
productions will be offered.
Open House Friday I
The Cosmopolitan club will hold
an open house at 8:30 p.m. Friday
at Plymouth house, next to the
There will be a program, ball
room dancing, and refreshments.
Semiformal dress (short silks for
the women, suits for the men) will :
be-in order. I
Available to Grads
Four Henry fellowships to en
able American students to study at
Oxford and Cambridge universities
in England next year have been
announced by the American Trus
tees of the Charles and Julia Henry
Four American students, either
men or women, will be selected for
the fellowships, which provide a
grant of 650 pounds ($1,820) to
each fellow selected.
Students who will graduate in
the spring of 1952 and recent col
lege graduates from all parts of
the United States, are eligible to
apply for the fellowships.
Applications must be submitted
on or before Jan. 15. 1952. to the
Office of the ^Secretary of Yale
university or to the Secretary to
the Corporation of Harvard univer
sity, the trustees stated.
American Trustees of the Henry
Fund are James B. Cor.ant, presi
dent of Harvard (who gave the
main address at the 75th anniver
sary convocation Friday); Wilbur
J. Bender, and David W. Bailey,
also of Hauvard; and W. Whitney
Griswold, president, William C. De
Vane, and Carl A. Lohmann, all of
Open to Archivists
The General Service administra ■
tion of Washington D. C., will offer
various positions for archivists
(record keepers) to be filled from
the candidates in the social science
option of the junior professional
examination which will begin Tues
Duties of archivists in govern
ment include arrangement and an
alysis of government records, prep
aration of inventories and lists,
and other work concerning records.
Archivists also perform reference
and research work in various fields
of government activity.
Additional information may be
obtained at the graduate place
ment office in Emerald hall.
Ginger Loudon, Delta Delta Del
ta, was elected president of Junior j
Panhellenic, composed of presi- j
dents of sorority pledge classes, |
at the group’s first meeting of the I
Other officers elected were Ann |
Bankhead, vice president; Jackie
Steuart, secretary-treasurer; and
Nan Mimnaugh, reporter.
Sally Hazeltine, last year's presi
dent of the group, spoke on the
organiaztion’s activities last year
and described the rotation system
used in selection of the president.
Joanne Lewis, president of Sen
ior Panhellenic, spoke on the func
tions of Panhellenic. Clara Belle
Roth, second vice president of
Panhellenic will be adviser for
the junior group.
Meetings will be held the first
Thursday of each month and will
alternate among the women’s
houses alphabetically. The next
meeting will be held at Alpha Del
ta Pi on Dec. 6. At that meeting
the board will discuss plans for
the coming year, speakers and
Junior Panhellenic board mem
bers for this year are Anita Mac
Gregor, Alpha Chi Omega; Jackie
Steuart, Alpha Delta Pi; Barbara
Stokes, Alpha Gamma Delta; Syn
ove Erickson, Alpha Omicron Pi;
Ruth Ellen Cutlip, Alpha Xi Delta;
Susan Benett, Alpha Phi; Marga
ret Davis, Chi Omega; Ginger
Louden, Delta Delta Delta; Doris
Olson, Delta Gamma, Beatrice
Ivory, Delta Zeta; Margaret
Stump, Gamma Phi Beta; Ann
Bankhead, Kappa Alpha Theta;
Ann Woodcock, Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Nan Mimnaugh, Pi Beta
Phi; Jryce McGee, Sigma Kappa;
and Ja re Tingley, Zeta Tau Alpha.
East Wing Razed
Friendly hall's oast wing, for
merly the site of the alumni of
fices, is now being razed.
The site will bo an open area
when the structure is torn down,
I. I. Wright, physical plant super
Some classes were held in the
wing this year before the razing
Asked for Came
Skits for half-time entertain
ment at the Homecoming game be
tween Oregon and OSC Nov. 25,
have been called for by Itex Bal
lentine, half-time entertainment
Fersons interested in submitting
skits may contact Balentinc at Fhi
Sigma Kappa or phone 5-9344 be
fore Nov. 15.
IRC Open Forum
Discussion topic for the Interna- ,
tional Relations club monthly for
um meeting at 7 p.m. tonight in
the Student Union wil be: "Should
there be a West German state?"
Maj. Murray F. Gibbons, assist
ant professor of military science
and tactics, will present the affir
mative viewpoint, and the nega
tive side of the question will be
presented by Walter Schwarzlose,
who is now studying in the jour
nalism school at Oregon.
Major Gibbons received his law
degree in 1941 from the University
of Oklahoma, and he has been
teaching at the University since
Schwarzlose, who is studying at
the University under a state de
partment exchange program, is ed
itor of a German newspaper
Students and faculty are invited
to the forum.
For Water Show
"Seasonal Watermoods” has
been chosen as the theme for this ■
year’s Amphibian water ballet. The
women’s swimming honorary's
show wil be held at 8 p.m. Wednes
day and Thursday nights? Nov. 14
and 15 at the Men’s pool.
The four seasons will be depicted
by various formations and move
ments. Writing the script are Ash
ley Dixon, Joan Skordahl and Mon
Committee heads are decora
tions, Monnie Gutchow ar.u Jane
Durno; programs, Ann Ostenson;
publicity, Belle Doris Russell; and
promotion, Joan Walker.
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