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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1941)
To Run Soon
A new series of movies illus
trating the progress of the mo
tion picture industry will be pre
sented in Chapman hall auditor
ium beginning Wednesday, Oc
tober 8, and continuing every
Wednesday through November
This year’s series will be en
titled “Some Memorable Ameri
can ilms’’ and will consist of six
stages in the development of
films covering the period from
1896 to 1935.
Jeff Kitchen, assistant educa
tional activities managr who is
in charge of the series this year,
announces that there will be four
consecutive showings of the films
every Wednesday, beginning at
2:10 p.m. in an effort to take care
of the students that flock to the
Students will be admitted upon
presentation of their educational
activities card. The University of
Qfl^gon Film society will sell
memberships into their club to
faculty members, which will en
title them to attend all six show
ings. Memberships are $1.50 plus
a 15-cent tax.
Last year’s movies were so
well attended that hundreds of
stiidents were turned away at the
door, and even with repeat per
formances, there were students
who were disappointed.
“Some Memorable American
Milms” will include such produc
tions as “Cavalcade” by Frank
Lloyd, Josef von Sternberg’s “Un
derworld,” “Enoch Arden” with
Wallace Reid and Lillian Gish,
‘'Iflonsieur Beaucaire” with Ru
dolph Valentino, “The Freshman”
with Harold Lloyd,” "The Sex
Life of a Polyp” with Robert
Benchley, and “Robin Hood”
with Douglas Fairbanks.
Faculty members may obtain
tickets at the educational activi
ties office. The complete program
will be published before the se
Exec Comm Petitions
Deadlined for Friday
The vacancy on the rally squad,
' left by Ray Dickson’s failure to
return to school, will be filled
tnext week by a majority vote of
the executive council and Le* An
derson, rally squad chairman.
Petitions for the position,
which is for a senior man, must
be turned in to Lou Torgeson or
Bette Morfitt before 5 Friday
Library to Have
According to Willis Warren,
periodical librarian, several of
the foreign publications which
have suspended distribution to
the United States during the pres
ent war are again mailing copies
to the University library.
Magazines are now being re
ceived from Guatemala, Peru,
Sweden, and Switzerland. Other
magazines are still being received
regularly from Mexico, England,
and several pan-American publi
cations written in Spanish.
Several of the new magazines
which started this year and will
continue during the remainder of
the year are: Hispanic American
Record,” which will be of special
interest to the Spanish students
as it is about the relations be
tween North America and South
American Current History, which
promises to be of extra interest
as it now is a combination of four
leading magazines, Forum, Cen
tury, Events, and the old maga
zine, Current History.
Several of the other new mag
azines to be found at the library
in the future will be: Bulletin
World Assignments for Adult
Economic Studies, England; Mex
ico, written both in Spanish and
English, Mexico Tourist Associa
tion; British Journal of Educa
tional Psychology, England; Geo
logical Magazine, England; Uni
versity of Chicago Round taTble,
and 14 transactions of the Amer
ican Philosophical society, held at
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II o'Clock Stay
Eleven o’clock late permission
has been granted to all women
students by Mrs. Hazel P. Schwer
ing, dean of women, for this eve
ning so that they may participate
in the annual all-campus church
All Eugene churches are hold
ing open house and are featur
ing refreshments and entertain
ment in order to acquaint the
students with their programs.
Westminster house will be open
from 8 to 11 and has planned an
evening of informal games, danc
ing, music, and refreshments. A
circus and jitney dance will be
featured at the St. Mary’s Epis
copal church on Thirteenth and
Pearl from 8 to 11 in the parish
Wesley is holding a free chili
supper at 6:30 at the First Meth
odist church on 1165 Willamette.
A party will follow the feed at
8 p.m. Lutheran students have
scheduled their get-together for
the YWCA at 7:30.
A program of folk, and square
dancing and games under the di
rection of Mr. and Mrs. Ed True
of the architecture school has
been planned by the Congrega
tional church. The fun will begin
at 8 and refreshments will be
served afterwards. Christian Sci
ence students will meet on the
third floor of Gerlinger at 8:30.
The First Baptist church on
Broadway and High will enter
tain in the church social hall Sat
urday night. The theme of the
program will be a trip to Aloha
Professor John L. Casteel of
the speech division gave an ad
dress for the Women’s City club
last Tuesday on the subject,
“Poetry and the Present Crisis.’’
Dean Jewell, Shafer
Appear at Conclave
Dean of eEducation J. E. Jew
ell and Mr. Hugh M. Shafer, also
of the school of education, were
speakers at the annual meeting
of supervising teachers in Cor
vallis last week. Mr. Shafer
spoke on the “Challenge of Teach
ing in a Democracy.”
The meeting is called each year
to discuss new developments in
teaching and is under the direc
tion of Dr. Frank Parr of Cor
Exec Council Will Fill
Rally Squad Opening
Petitions for positions on the
ASUO executive committee must
be turned in to ASUO President
Lou Torgeson or ASUO Secretary
Bette Morfitt before 5 p.m. Fri
day, Torgeson said Wednesday
At present there are openings
for one senior and one sophomore
for jobs vacated by Bob Calkins
and Chuck Woodruff.
Persons applying for the jobs
must be able to comply with the
University and ASUO scholastic
The general extension division
is receiving a greatly increasing
number of requests for corre
spondence catalogues, according
to W. G. Beattie, assistant direc
tor. The number of requests is
much higher than at this time
a year ago, he said, and it is felt
that the decrease in the enroll
ment of students on the campus
may be affecting the number of
those interested in the services
offered by the extension division.
The Arrow Shirt
With the Dual
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liar shirt one minute and an
:n-necked sport shirt the next.
rick is in the ingenious con
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Doublet comes in all sizes, made of ox
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Hat Sale Today
A sale of rooters’ lids will be
held this afternoon from 3 to 5
by girls of the rally squad.
Booths will be situated in front
of the Co-op and the Side.
Caps will sell for 75 cents
and all freshmen are required
by tradition to wear a cap lo
Library Tours Slated
For Speech Students
All sections of the extemporan
eous speech classes will tour the
library next Friday and Monday.
The purpose of the tour is to show
students how to use the library,
as much of their first term work
will be research work in the li
Each instructor will accom
pany his own group. There are
11 sections in extemporaneous
You’ve Waited for This
VERONICA LAKE and
HERE IT IS
with Robert Taylor, Joan
Crawford, Greer Garson
— also —Red Skelton and
Ann Rutherford in
'Whispering in the
ELEVENTH AT ALDER
and EVELYN KEYES
Come and see the Oregon
Stanford Game Pictures
— and —
Ralph Bellamy and
Margaret Lindsay in
'Ellery Queen and
the Perfect Crime'
Also Roy Rogers in
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a charge basis if the advertiser is a
subscriber to the phone.
Mailed advertisements must have suffi-'
cient remittance enclosed to cover
definite number of insertions.
Ads must be in Emerald business office
no later than 6 p.m. prior to the day
BREAKFAST and dinner for
women students. Campus loca
tion. Phone 3814.
• Wanted, Roomers
TWO ROOMS, for two boys, in
pleasant surroundings in Col
lege Crest. Rooms 813.00 and
88.00. Call 963.