Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 09, 1952, Page Eight, Image 8

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    Winter Term Activities Scheduled
The following is the schedule of campus activities for winter term.
January: M
9-12—University theater play, "Petticoat Fever '
13—Gregor Piatigorsky csl'o "encert
15—Assembly, Paul S. Dull, associate professor of Political science
and history, “Chinese Communism"
18—Women’s Recreation Association Co-rec night
19— Military ball
20- 24—World Parliament of Religions
23—Freshman elections
25-26—Basketball. St. Mary's
29—Gold and Fizdale piano concert .
Assembly, F.S.C. Northrop, professor of philosophy, Yale Univer
sity, "East and West, Problems of World Laws"
February: . . „
1, 2, 4-8—University Theater play, "All the King’s Men"
1-2—Dads’ Day Weekend
Basketball. University of W'ashington
7- 9—Northwest Drama Conference
8— Heart Hop
8-9—Basketball, University of Idaho
13—Marian Anderson concert
15— Lemon-Orange Squeeze
16— International Festival
15-16—Oregon High School International Relations League Confer
20—Assembly, Arthur Compton
22- 23—Oregon Press Conference
23— Senior Ball
26_Assembly, Walter Reuther, president of United Auto Workers
27—AWS, YWCA, and WRA elections
29—WRA Carnival
Basketball, Oregon State College
Broadcaster’s Conference
University Theater play, "The Second Man"
1, 3-8, 10-13—University Theater play, "The Second Man”
10—Portland Symphony, Marie Rogndahl concert
17- 22—Final examinations
18- 22—State high school basketball tournament
23-30—Spring vacation
Petitions for Heart Hop Positions Due
Petitions for Heart Hop chair
manships are being' accepted until
Saturday noon at the YWCA office
in Gerlinger, according to Ancy
Vincent, sophomore Y cabinet
The position of general chair
man is available as well as chair
manships for decorations, refresh
ments, promotion, tickets, selec
tion of King of Hearts, and coro
Last year the girl-ask-boy dance
was held progressively at five
women’s living organizations, and
was climaxed by the coronation of
the King of Hearts. Fraternities
and men’s dormitories submit a
candidate for King. The Heart
Hop will be held Feb. 8.
Piatigorsky Will
Appear Sunday
Gregor P'a*igorsky, cellist, will
N? presented by the Civic Music
association at 3 p.m. Sunday at
McAithur court. Students will be
admitted on their student body
' cards.
Though only 47, Piatigorsky lias
been making public appearances
for almost 40 years. He started
lessons at the age of six. A native
of Russia, he had played in Mos
cow by the time he was fifteen
and appeared in the U.S. in 1929.
His two decades in the U.S. and
Canada have Included more than
1000 performances, among which
are numbered some 250 soloist ap
Desiring, for his own enjoyment,
to take up some activity in which
he would be merely an amateur.
Piatigorsky chose English, which
he considered his worst field. He
hired a secretary and began writ
ing a philosophical novel.
To his surprise the book was ac
cepted by several publishing
houses. He is now under contract
to Random house, thus removing
his amateur status in the field of
The internationally-known cel
list will perform works by Haydn,
Brahms, Chopin, Faure and Saint
Saens and variations composed by
himself on a Paganini theme.
Senate to Select
New Court Member
A new member ot the Student
Court will be appointed by the
ASUO senate next week, according
to Mike Adams, head of the court.
This member will fill the vacancy
created at the first of this term.
The vacancy was caused by the
absence of Jane Slocum from the
university this term. Miss Slocum
is not back to school due to in
juries suffered in an automobile
accident, Dec. 31, when going on a
ski trip.
Sociological Group Meets January 19 *
The Pacific Sociological society
(Northern division) will meet at
Reed college, Portland, on .Ian. 19.
Faculty members of the University
>1' Oregon’s Sociology department
[will be attending the meeting.
The Pacific Sociological societ:.
is a branch of the American Socio»- j
ogical society.
J. V. Borreman, professor of so
ciology at the University and vice
president of the society, said that
the forthcoming meeting will fea
ture two panel discussions. The
subject of the first discussion will
__ _
bi\ "Should teaching: unit ram-arch
be problem-oriented or theory-ori
ented ?"
John James, assistant professor
of .sociology nt University. Frank
Parks of Oregon State college and
'ward Taylor c* LlnflcUl college
will take part In the discussion.
Howard Jolly of Heed college
will leud a discussion on "The un
dergraduate curriculum In sociol
ogy what it should contain." Par
ticipation In the panel will tie Hub
ert Farlst of the University of
Washington and John Kademaker
of Willamette university.
jfo.b QpspxvUuniii&L
Examination* for the position of income
tax auditor I, paying $272 to $Ji6 a mouth,
are now obtainable at office* of the State lu<
The job involves auditing, reeiewiug and
examining income tax return* of individuals,
partnerships, estates and trusts to determine
that all item* of income have hern included
and that deductions claimed are allowable.
The examination nniUtl of a written test
covering accounting anti auditing aial the abil
ity to conduct correspondence with the public.
Veteran* arc given preference joints.
Any person who has graduated from a four
year college or university including or supple
mm ted by course work in accounting is
• • •
Job openings for graduating science majors
as aquatic biologists with the Washington
state department of fisheries arc now available.
Vacancies will lie filled thiough merit ex
animations for Aquatic Biologist I, II and
III. Opportunities exist for permanent ap
pointments providing salary irwieases, vaca
tion, sick leave, retirement and other bene
fits under the state merit system.
Beginning salaries arc $JH and $J5K
a month at the I, II and III levels, reftpee
College graduates with a major in fisheries
Kolnjj oi a dead) related tcience tre eligible
to apply for Aquatic Biologist I. One >ear of
graduate study in fisheries or one year of ex
perience in aquatic biology is also required
for Aquatic Biologist II. One year of rradu
ate »tmly in fisheries and otic year of ex
perience or two years of experience are also
required for Aquatic Biologist 111.
Persons who will meet the requirements by
June 1952 may apply for the initial examsna
turn to !*c held this month.
Application forms and further information
may l#e secured from the Slat* Personnel
board, 1209 Smith tower, Seattle 4, Wash.
Examinations for filling cartographer and
cartographic aid positions at salaries ranging
from $2,200 to $7,600 a year, and for carlo
graphic draftsman positions pa > ini; from
%J,JOU to $J,KJ5 a year have hren announced
by the I'.S. C ivil Service commission.
The j>oxit mjii* are located m \Vashiiigtou,
O.C., and vtomty. A new held aervtcc at latte
position* will also l*c filled.
Applicant* will not be required to take a
written te*t hut muil have had from J rmmti *i
to R year* (depending on the kind and ftadc
jf |x*»iiion) of appropriate experience
Appropriate education may l*r *tib*tituted
for all of the required r*pctirnce for positions
l »ay mg tip to fJ.IOIl, and for part of the ex
l»ericnce required for the higher level f»0*i
hot tlur cartographic druft*m*n r»*»«it}<4.i^g
ippNcanta mud submit vth their application
4 sample of their work.
Information and abdication form* may l<e
secured at poet office*, civil nervier regional
office* or from the l*.S. Civil Service com
mission, Washington JS, 1). ( .
Commission* will lie awarded by thr I’.S
army to civilian specialist* in transportation,
•nginerr. chemical, signal and ordnance cofp*,
the Sixth army has announced.
live commission*. ranging in rank from
second lieutenant to raptam, require no prior
military service, hut a degier from a reem
hired college and some e*|*eiurue in ll r
tperiMlirrd field are nerrawury. Kach yrar • f
completed graduate atudy at a recognised Col
lege will count as experience for higher rah'*.
I’jxrn receipt of their commmurtU, officers
will lie ordered to active duty for a period of
three year* with a JO day dth*> prior to rc
porting for active duty.
Monthly pay and allow am e» for a captain
with no dependent* and no prior military serv
ice total $4.10.50; with dependents, $445.50.
Single first lieutenant* with no pnr«t military
service and no dependent* receive pay and
allowances of 5 iSK.ftH; with dependent*, $ 17J -
HR. The monthly pay and allowance* of second
lieutenant* with no previous military service
total $315.75; with dn>ci»dctity, $330.75.
Further information is a variable at any
army installation or recruiting office.
Again in '52, here's your opportunity for the famous
Oregon-Hawaii Tour
Yes, for the third consecutive year the EUGENE
TRAVEL SERVICE offers you an exotic summer
vacation in Hawaii!
• Flying via United Stratocruiser
• Summer School in the Islands
• Cruising aboard Matson's Lurline
• Staying at luxurious Edgewater Hotel
Departure Date: June 20
* For information and reservations, contact
Eugene Travel Service
Phone 5-8431
• •
Think of the fun you 11 have! For 46 sun-filled days
you’ll live in luxury at the Edgewater Hotel—just
steps from the ocean.
Regular courses, or only classes of special in
terest (like Hula dancing), may be taken at the
University of Hawaii.
Tour price of only $593 includes 6V2 weeks at
Hawaii (with plenty of sightseeing and special en
tertainment), airline and steamship reservations,
and hotel accomodations.
Call TODAY — Reservations limited
Phone 5-6461