Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 03, 1942, Page 7, Image 7

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    (JO Nominates
Heads Tuesday
ASUO and class officers are to
be nominated in four separate
nominating assemblies Tuesday,
April 7.
The general student body offi
cers will be nominated at a spe
cial student assembly at 11 a.m.
Three class assemblies have been
planned—the class of ’43 to meet
in 207 Chapman; class of ’44*in
10^,.Commerce; and the class of
'45 in 203 Villard. All class meet
ings are set for 7 p.m.
Those students planning to run
for a student body office must,
according to the ASUO constitu
tion,' present their declarations
of intention to run and certifi
cates of scholastic eligibility,
signed by the dean of men or
the dean of women, to Jim
Frost, first vice-president of
the student body, who is in
charge of all elections. These pa
pers must be turned in not later
than midnight Sunday, April 5.
Conclave Scheduled
“■ ' The annual Westminster con
ference at Kitson Springs, Ore
gon, has been scheduled for April
11 and 12. Dr. A. E. Caswell and
Drr Paul B. Means will be feat
ured speakers. New officers will
be installed.
To Play Critic
Elvin Overton, visiting profes
sor of law, will be seen in the role
of Bernard, the critic, in Ferenc
Mol nar’s "The Guardsman,"
which is being produced by the
Very Little Theater, April 15 to
Overton, however, is no new
comer to the stage. He took
prominent parts with the Ten
nessee Players at the University
of Tennessee, and later numerous
roles in Very Little Theater pro
ductions at Macon, Georgia,
where he was on the faculty of
Mercer university.
Among his many prominent
parts were those of the movie
producer in “Stage Door,” the
juvenile in "The Bad Man” and
“Penny Wise,” and the barkeep
er in “Outward Bound.”
Overton came to Eugene last
September to take the place of
Carlton E. Spencer, professor of
law, who is now serving with the
armed forces. His role in “The
Guardsman” will be his first lo
cal role, and will probably find him
in one of his most difficult posi
tions, that of keeping peace be
tween the fiery and romantic ac
tor and actress, played by Mar
vin Krenk and Saverina Graziano
St. Mary’s University owns a
53-na.sspnp'pr bus.
13th and Pearl
Holy Weekend Easter Services 9:30
Good Friday Services
Easter Day—Choral Communion 6:30
Communion Services 8:00, 9:30, 12:30
Morning Prayer and Services 11:00
Corporate Services for Students 9:30
Rev. E. S. Bartlam, Rector Phone 4606 or 4808
Miss Caroline Hines, Student Advisor Ph. 4605-J or 4808
Yeomen Elect
Bob Rockstein
Robert Rockstein, sophomore
in science, Monday was elected
president of the Oregon Yeomen,
independent men's organization.
Vice-president for the coming
year will be Bob Sabin. Newell
Cornish will serve as secretary,
while Fred Rugh will act as
The new officers will be in
stalled Monday, April 6, in Ger
linger hall after a pothick sup
per, according to Dave Knox, re
tiring president.
Early Risers
(Continued from page one)
ic, “Easter in a World at War.”
Featured in several numbers is
the Eugene high school a capella
choir led by Glenn Griffith.
The program is as follows: pre
lude, Everett Fulton; call to wor
ship, Eugene high school a capel
la choir; invocation, Rev. Oscar
Payne; congregational singing of
“The Church's One Foundation,”
led by Glenn Griffith.
Meditation, “Beneath the Cross
of Jesus” by Frederick Maker,
Eugene high school a capella
choir; reading from script; ad
dress, “Easter in a World at
War,” Professor Gertrude Boyd
More Program
Anthem, "Lost in the Night”
by Christiansen, Eugene high
school a capella choir, soprano
solo by Doris Horton; congrega
tional singing led by Glenn Grif
fith, “Christ the Lord is Risen
Today”; benediction, Rev. V. T.
The cooperation of the Eugene
ministerial association; the ad
ministration of the University;
Don Hunter, University techni
cian; and Eugene Christian Youth
council was acknowledged by the
Student Christian council.
Westminster group is in charge
of preparing the programs, the
Episcopalian group of decorating,
Elsie Brownell of the publicity,
and the Eugene Christian Youth
council of the ushers and music
Doris Winter HE
Miss Doris Winter, instructor
in home economics, has been home
with influenza for the past sev
eral days. She is expected to re
sume her classes next week.
Ten words minimum accepted.
First insertion 2c per word.
Subsequent insertions lc per word.
Flat rate 37c column inch
Frequency rate (entire term) :
35c per column inch one time a
34c per column inch twice or more
a week.
Ads will be taken over the telephone on
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
of insertion.
• Lost
LOST—Alpha Gamma Delta pin.
If found please phone 1780,
Helen Skjersaa.
A PAIR of glasses in a brown
case, with Carolyn McKinley's
name on it. If found, call her
at 729.
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