Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 26, 1941, Page Seven, Image 7

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    tJO Drama Tickets
Go on Sale Today
Season tickets to the Univer
sity theater plays can be pur
chased today in Johnson hali,
drama division official announced.
These tickets which sell for
$1.50 give the holder admission
to four plays for the price of
three as well as entitling him to
choose seats before the sales are
thrown open to the general
public.
^The production rights to two
plays which are being considered
for presentation, “Philadelphia
Story’’ and “The Yellow Jacket”
have been released. The division
also plans to consider presenta
tion of “Arsenic and Old Lace,”
“My Sister Eileen,” “Claudia,”
“The Corn Is Green,” “Life With
Father,” and "Watch on the
Rhine” as soon as production
rights are released.
Outstanding plays which have
been presented on this campus
before through the drama division
include “Berkeley Square,”
“Night Must Fall,” George Wash
ington Slept Here,” “Dangerous
Corner,” “Touchwood,” “Shining
Hour,” and “The Trial of Mary
Dugan.”
The plays which will be select
ed for production will include
some from both the contempo
rary theater and from the more
worthwhile of the older plays, the
drama division officials said.
Tax to Increase
(Continued from page one)
games; eight conference basket
ball games, two Frosh-Rook and
four pre-season basketball con
tests; two swimming meets; eight
conference, four pre-season, and
two Frosh-Rook baseball games;
two track meets; and four tennis
meets.
Discounts
In addition, card holders will
receive a one dollar discount on
their Oreganas, provided payment
for the ticket is made in cash,
and a discount of $1.50 on ad
mission to the Oregon-Washing
ton football game at Seattle.
Tickets will be on sale all day
Friday and Saturday in Mc
Arthur court. They will also be
available both during and after
registration at the ASUO ticket
office in McArthur court and at
the cashier’s window in Johnson
hall.
Clean-Up
Authorized ASUO salesmen
will stage a clean-up drive the
week of September 29 through
October 4.
Following is the list of student
Oregon H Emerald
Night Staff
Mary Wolf, night editor
Ted Goodwin
Dick Shelton
Lynn Johnson
Mary Ann Campbell
Bill Hazelstein
Elsie Brownell
Louise Rossman
Edith Newton
Velita Estey
salesmen in each campus living
organization: Bill Beifuss, Phi
Psi; Pat Salisbury, Chi Omega;
Rose Riley, Highland House; Pat
Sutton, Gamma Phi; Bob Scrib
ner, Sigma hall; Lois Hosford,
Zeta Tau Alpha; Don Walker,
Zeta hall; George Mosher, Camp
bell Co-op; Evelyn Knockleby,
Hendricks.
Gerald Mosher, townies; Ann
Vodeberg, Alpha Chi; Art Wig
gins, Sigma Chi; Bette Workman,
ADPi; Quentin Sidesinger, Beta;
Max Miller, Sigma Nu.
Florence Cooley, Alpha Xi Del
ta; Tom Brownhill, Gamma hall;^
Helen Macomber, Susan Camp
bell.
More Agents
Chuck Weisberg, Sherry Ross
hall; Francis Tuckwiler, Phi Sig;
Neil Huckleberry, SAE; A1 Sil
vernail, Chi Psi; Jerry Battles,
Delta Teu Delta; A1 Cohen, Sig
ma Alpha Mu; Tom Boyden, Phi
Delt; Nancy Reisch, Pi Phi; Bar
bara Lamb, AOPi; Bruce Taylor,
Alpha hall.
Rylie Hatten, Tri Delt; Char
lotte Alden, Sigma Kappa; Bill
Bergtholdt, Theta Chi; Leonard
Farr, Kirkwood Co-op; Carol
Boone, Kappa Alpha Theta; Jim
Harrison, Pi Kappa Alpha; Pete
Lamb, ATO; Bill Bishop, Kappa
Sig.
Jim Burness, Fiji; Les Ander
son, DU; Glendon Colwell, Omega
hall; T. Glenn Williams, Canard
club; Marian Gehring, University
house; Maxine Hansen, DG; Kay
Jenkins, Alpha Phi; Maurice
Solomon, Sig Ep; Jean Johnston,
Kappa. « a ff,
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Lubrication
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SERVICE
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Text Books
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Where Thrifty Students Buy
Across 13th St. from Sigma Chi
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Places Still Open
On Oregana Staff
Editorial staff of the Oregana,
University yearbook, will meet
Tuesday in the Oregana office at
McArthur court from 2 to 5 p. m.
About forty or fifty jobs re
main to be filled, and include as
sistants to the executive editors,
secretaries, typists, artists, etc.
All students interested in work
ing on the editorial staff of the
yearbook should come to the Ore
gana office.
Freshman Charter
(Continued from page one)
ment.”
The motion to adopt the con
stitution was put before the as
sembly again, and was passed by
a voice vote. The preponderance
of “ayes” left no doubt as to its
validity.
Following this, Torgeson an
nounced that the class would
meet again Thursday evening to
nominate officers and to adopt
by-laws. It was under these by
laws, he said, that the class-card
question would be considered.
Until the class-card question is
decided, Torgeson said last night,
freshmen will be identified by a
door list. Later the cards will
either be distributed free or
charged for, as the by-laws may
provide.
Lottery Tactics Will Determine
Partners For Dormitory Dance
15y imi t.uunui.x
Checks, please ? Something like
this will be the password at an
all-dorm dance tonight at 8
o’clock in John Straub hall.
Don't dress up, don’t date up,
just show up. At the door each
girl will have a baggage tag
pinned on and the stub tom off.
The stubs will be stirred up and
the bashful males will each draw
one.
Clutching their tags the men
will proceed along the line of win
some women until they spy the
one whose number has been
drawn. Chuck Cutler, promoter
of the dance, warned that there
will be no deferments and the
penalty for evading will be se
vere.
After 15 minutes in which to
dance and get acquainted, the
I?
stubs will V>e mixed up again and
the process will start over. Some
probably feel that 15 minutes is
not enough time in which to get
acquainted and will keep their
stubs. Cutler said. This type of
evasion may result in some life
time friendships.
Those who instigated the dance
gave up trying to find a name or
a slogan to fit the occasion and
concentrated on planning a sort
of junior hello dance.
Hopes High
(Continued jrem page one)
pearance of a flaming raft . con
taining a burning effigy oi the
Stanford Indian.
The rally was terminated by an
Oregon locomotive yell and tn*e
singing of the alma mater song.
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
13th and Pearl
Sunday
Services—8 and 11
Student Vespers—6-6:30
Student Canterbury Club—6:30
_ i
Wednesday—7 a.in., Communion, Gerlinger Ilall
Rev. E. S. Bart lain. Rector Phone 4606 or 4808
Miss Caroline Hines, Student Adviser Ph. 4605-J or 4808
T O DAY’S
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