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Scandinavian American. [volume] (Seattle, Wash.) 1945-1958, April 19, 1951, Image 3

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THE SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN
Scandinavian May‘ Fe§tival
PROGRAM —— April 28, 8 P. 31.. )Ieany Hall
1. Welcome . , . HENRY A. PERSON
2. Runeberg Chorus GEORGE HALVOR, Director
RUTH OFSTAD, Accompanist
1. Linsens “Skordel‘olkets visa”
2. Slottes “Slumrande toner" (Incidental solo by Elwin
Purlington) ,
3. The Coming of Spring AUGUST WERNER
4. Saw Solos EMIL HANSEN
5. Danish Folk Dances DANISH FOLK DANCERS
1. “Oxcow’I
2. “The Hatter” -
3. “Little Man in a Fix"
4. “Schottisch”
The dancers: Shirley Andersen, Leon Falck, Herdia Kil
gren, Dorothea and Wil Larsenx John Sorensen, and Earl
and Gloria Stebberal. “
6. Modern Icelandic Poems MRS. JAKOBINA JOHNSON
1. Thomsens “Islands lag"
2. Hansens ”Vor" .
7. Solos TANI BJORNSON
1. Sigurdsons “Vor”
2. Gudmundssons “Kvedja”
3. Tryggvi Bjornsons “Aefintiri a Gongufor"
8. "Dalabild" DORIS JAHNSON, Director
The students in Swedish presenting this sketch are Baird
Bardarson, Margaret Hedrick, Floyd Jacobson, Milton Lar
son, Bernice Nelson, Elma Peterson, Karl Sjodin, and
Gloria Strand.
9. Egil Smedvig's “Norwegian Suite"
Mr. Smedvig. now at Mills College, took his M. A. in music
and Scandinavian at Washington a year ago.
10. Solos GENE WALLIN SUNDSTEN
JOHN SUNDSTEN, Accompanist
1. . Wideens “Serenad”
2. Geijers “Den slumrande lilla flickan" and “Ur dansen"
3. Merikantos “Mjolkningsvisa”
11; "Seterjentans sondag" SYLVIA KJELDS'I‘AD, Director
The students in Norwegian presenting this sketch are Edith
Idunn Auklund. Bjorn Bjorhovde. Ingrid Jane Finlayson,
Annabella Gulliksen, 'and Miss Kjeldstad. Music by Fred
Dahlquist and Thorsten Nyman.
12. Solos VIOLA JOHNSON CARING
JOHN SUNDS'I'EN, Accompanist
1. Thranes “Norwegian Echo Song"
2. "When I Was Seventeen"
3. Griegs “Min Johan" -
13. Svea Male Chorus CARL M. ZEED, Director
1. Beens “Skona maj"
2. Sodermans "Onskevisa"
3. Wennerbergs “Heir oss, Svea"
14. Dances 'I‘I-IE SCANDIA FOLK DANCERS & BILL HOLM
1. “Nutka Mask Dance" and “Kwakiutl Raven Dance"
(Bill Helm)
2. Folk Dances: (a) “Daldans”; (b) “Fjallnas polska; (c)
"Traskodans"; (Roy Nylander and Charme Campbell); (d)
“Vindmolledans”
3. “War Dance" and "Hoop Dance" (Bill Helm).
Bill Holm and most of the dancers were among those who
toured Sweden last summer. The dancers tonight are Guy
Cawley. John Carlson, Charme Campbell. Marilyn Foerster,
Jane Isakson, Margaret Johnston, Roy Nylander, Dick
Sacksteder, Peggy Schiff, Barbara Steele. and Don Wren.
15. The Combined Norwegian Choruses .. AUGUST WERNER, Dr.
GERTRUDE WERNER, Accompanist _
1. Griegs “Sangerhllsen”,
2. Korlings “En sommarxnarsch"
3. Jacob's “This Is My Country"
FESTIVAL COMMITTEE: Professors Sverre Arestad, Walter
Johnson. and Henry A. Person (Chairman).
USHERS AND TICKET TAKERS: Students in various Scandina
vian classes.
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Dr. Lundberg, II.
M Wash, Honored
By ll. of Minnesota
Dr. George A. Lundberg, head
of the University of 'Washington
Department of Sociology. has been
selected by the University of Min
nesota to receive that institution's
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Seattle Vikings
climax Season As
All-Round Champs
Sparked by Turo Erickson, Ein
ar Eliassen, Erling Hansen, Emmet
Brennan and Harold Wickstrom m
a five-man team the Seattle Vik
ing Club team made soccer his
tory in White Center Stadium, Sc—
attle, last Sunday.
The star-packed team routed the
New Italian Cafe. 3-0. Western
Sports 1-0. Sunny Jim 4-0 and
Sunset Memorial from Vancouver
B. C. by a score of 3-1 in a “five
a team" tournament. It was the
first Seattle victory over a Cana
dian team in this type of soccer.
The Scandinavians thus can
boast the most brilliant season in
Viking Club history. for Sunday‘s
events but climaxed a series of
championship contests in whicn
the Vikings emerged victorious in
every single one. including the
Washington and Pacific Northwest
championships.
The season is over now and the
boys will get some needed rest
from play.
Attempts to secure the appear
ance of Stockholm's famous AIK
team seemed to have failed. ac
cording to word received here. The
Swedish team would have appear—
ed here in June in a game against
Seattle all stars provided the cost
of bringing them here had not
been so prohibitive.
Scholarship Won
By Seattle Youth
l' A $4,800 four-year scholm'shipt
lhas been awarded Larry Wold.!
l8. son of Mr. and Mrs, A. of;
Wold. 6505 Seavlew Ava. by Wes
tleygn College in Connectirut. Wold
twas informed of his success in a
[telegram recently.
He will he graduated from Bal
lard ngh School this June. He is
president of the Ballard Studem
Council.
Top Swedish Film Booked In Seattle
By ElizaIn-th Evans
The magnificent Swedish film,
”The Road to Hgivga‘nf: will have
three open-to-the-public perform
ances. its first in- Seattlagr‘at’l‘h ”1'
and 9 o’clock next Monday, April
23, in the auditorium of 'GuggonJ
heim Hall on the University of
Washington campus.
Sponsors of the film showing
said yesterday that it was arrang
ed in answer to several requests
from local Scandinavian-Ameri
cans. Among thefn was Matts
Djos, who saw the film in Sweden
last summer. The University's
Adult Education Division 1121399
Finnish Geologist
Makes A Startling
Claim In Seattle
Mountains are floating upon the
earth.
This is the concept that Prof.
Weikke A. Heiskanen, internation
ally-famous Finnish geologist has
been working with for 30 years
Professor Heiskanon is in Seattle
on special invitation from the
University of Washington.
”Of course, the movement of
mountains is not visibly percepti—
ble," he said. “The sea upon which
they float. the earth's crust. is
rigid. Therefore the rate of flow
is quite low. but nevertheless the
mountains are floating."
One of the first men to measure
the diameter of the earth. Pro
fessor Heiskanen is director of the
Institute of Geodesy. Photogram
metry and Cartology at Ohio
State University.
“Mountains are very much like
icebergs." he said. “They rise and
sink. and the greater part of
their mass is below the surface."
He said that the ratio of visible
mountain to the unseen part be
low the surface is one to five.
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