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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1942)
Dean Morse Billed
Is Final Speaker
WAYNE JL. MORSE . . .
. . . dean will address today’s all-student assembly.
By AL LARSEN
The nation-wide recognition
given to Wayne L. Morse, dean
of the law school, for his out
standing contributions as a labor
arbitrator makes his appearance
before the last general assembly
of the term, 11 a.m. today, an
event of special interest to the
University upon which his in
creasing achievements are a
Dean Morse, who has deliv
ered a majority of the decisions
of the national war labor board,
will discuss the major problems
of labor during the war period,
giving a resume cf what is hap
pening in the labor movement,
(Please turn to page five)
Complete winter schedule is
given on page 12.
All students considering at
tending summer session should
call at the office of Dr. Dan E.
Clark before spring term reg
A fourth performance of “The
Wingless Victory” will be giv
en by the Guild theater on Fri
day night, March 6. Reserved
seats may lie secured by calling
3300 extension 216.
Dates are limited to two this
weekend with 10:30 permission
Friday and Sunday nights and
12:15 permission Saturday
night. Next weekend will ire
, further limited to one date on
Saturday night with 12:15 per
The date for withdrawals
from classes Is Thursday,
(Please turn to page eleven)
What the executive committee
i. Set date for selection of ral
r'. Set date fcr ASUO nomina
tions, elections, and inaugura
3. Postponed yell leader elec
The rally committee will be se
lected this Friday and Saturday,
March 5 and 6. Men will be in
terviewed by the executive com
mittee at 2 o’clock Friday after
noon, women at 9 o’clock Satur
day morning in McArthur court.
Nominations for student body
officers are scheduled for Tues
day, April 7. Election, under the
jurisdiction of Jim Frost, will be
the following Tuesday, April 14,
and the inauguration assembly
Thursday, April 16.
Because only one application
was received for yell leader, the
committee decided to postpone
election for that office until next
term. Further applications will be
A request for an additional
$17.50 for excess expenses in
curred by the Dads' Day commit
tee was referred back to the bud
get committee for further study.
Finals will soon be upon us.
Though I work like a Beaver
I find that spring fever
Ensues when old Sol shines down
And the moon through the night
Throws enough mellow light
To inspire the most latent Adonis,
So I sigh and relate
As I pick up my slate
That finals will soon be upon us.
HORACE KOBINSOX ...
. . . will direct “Of Thee I Sins,” substitute for Junior
Weekend's canoe fete.
By MARJORIE MAJOR
With the millrace a mud memory, the educational activities
beard last night approved the Junior Weekend production of
the musical comedy “Of Thee I Sing” by the drama division,
the junior class, and the educational activities board. Director
and general coordinator is tjorace W. Robinson, associate
professor of drama.
Under fire for the three months following the draining' of
me mm race, which excluded any
possibility of the traditional canoe
fete. Production work is to begin
Interviews for parts in “Of
Tliee I Sing” begin today from
11 to 12 and from a to 5 in Mr.
Robinson’s office, the drama
studio. Volunteers will' be inter
viewed for the dramatic dia
logue, the singing leads, the.
singing choruses, and tiie beau
immediately on this Pulitzer prize
winner of 1931.
“Of Thee I Sing” is the only
musical comedy ever to even be
considered for the Pulitzer prize,
and it received the award on the
merits of fine comic writing. It
was written by George Kaufman
and Maurie Erskine, with a mu
sical score by George Gershwin
and lyrics by Ira Gershwin.
Participation in the spectacle
will be campus-wide, since the
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For BA Men
Seven business men, outstand
ing in their respective fields, will
bring the annual student business
conferences, sponsored by the
school of business administra
tion, to a close today.
.Speakers this afternoon will
be James Emmett, assistant sales
manager, Pendleton woolen mills,
Portland; Percy W. Brown, Eu
gene; J. H. McKinley, Tromp and
McKinley, Eugene; W. T. Swit
zer, store manager, Montgomery
Ward and company, Eugene; Roy
Morse, Broadway, Incorporated,
Eugene; Ben Hazen, Benjamin
Franklin Federal Savings anil
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