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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1941)
New Plays Invade
Season tickets to University
l theater plays will be available
this year, giving the purchaser
four plays for the price of three,
drama division officials an
nounced Monday. Holders of the
$1.50 season tickets will be al
lowed to select seats at Univer
sity theater productions before
sales are thrown open to the gen
The theater will continue its
policy of offering outstanding
plays, division officials said, add
ing that although most of them
will be from the contemporary
theater, there will be some of the
more worthwhile of the older
plays. They cited recent produc
tions of such plays as “Berkeley
Square,” “Night Must Fall,”
“George Washington Slept
Here,” “Dangerou s Corner,”
“Touchwood,” “Shining Hour,”
and “The Trial of Mary Dugan,”
as examples of this policy.
As soon as production rights
are released the division will con
sider presentation of “Arsenic
and Old Lace,” “My Sister Ei
leen,” “Claudia,” “The Corn Is
Green,” “Life With Father,” and
“Watch on the Rhine.”
The production rights to the
; following plays, which are under
5 immediate consideration, have
been released, “Philadelphia Sto
ry,” and “The Yellow Jacket.”
Season tickets will be sold in
i McArthur court, during registra
The United States’ belligerant
attitude toward Japanese has at
least one good side to it. Stanford
women are at last giving up the
j.lruggle against classroom runs
in their silk stockings and buying
flat-heels and bobbie socks.
j You’ve Waited for This!
j Sonja Heme, John Payne in
Glenn Miller and Orchestra
— plus —
with Victor McLaglen
Two Big Features!
'She Knew All the
Joan Bennett and
— plus —
with Richard Arlen
ABBOT and COSTELLO
Don’t Miss This Romance!
Johnny Mack Brown in
'Raw Hide Ranger
— plus —
'Sweetheart of the
Ruby Keeler - Ossie Nelson
Kwamas and Skull and Dagger
are to meet tonight at 6 o’clock
at the Chi Psi lodge, and Phi
Thetas and the rally squad are
to meet at the ATO house at the
same time to lead the snowball
Stanford rally to the law school.
All houses are asked to have
5:30 dinner tonight in order that
members may attend the snow
ball rally at 6 o’clock.
All Y. M. C. A. cabinet mem
bets and membership workers
will meet at the “Y” hut Thurs
day at 4 p. m.
To Meet Tuesday
Staff organization for the Ore
gon Daily Emerald will get under
way next Tuesday night, when
new and old students interested
in working on the daily meet in
Room 105, Journalism building,
to apply for initial assignments.
Scheduled for 7:30 p. m., the
meeting will consist of introduc
tion of upper staff members to
the new staff workers, and per
sonal interviews with prospective
Positions in reporting, copyed
iting, night staff, sports, and so
ciety are yet to be filled, ac
cording to Editor Helen Angell.
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