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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1942)
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JBv JOANNE DOLPH
Special Easter music and serv
ices have been planned by most
Eugene churches for next Sun
da;., and the holy days preceding.
St, Mary’s Episcopal church
will begin services Friday, from
noon until 3 p.m., commemorating
the time Je3us spent on the cross.
The service was based on the
seven utterances which were
made from the cross.
Choral communion at 0:30 a.m.
wit- welcome Easter Sunday. At
9:30 there will be a corporate
communion for University stu
dents. Tire morning prayer and
sermon by the rector, Rev. E. S,
Bartlam, will be at 11 a.m. “Te
Deiim Cauda mu s" and “Jubilate
Dec" will be sung by the choir.
Other services are holy coni
muuion at 8 a.m. and 12:30,
and baptism at 4 p.m.
r irst Kaptist
Members of the C.O.S, of the
First Baptist church will cele
brate with a breakfast at Sey
rao r's cafe. The church school
is scheduled for 9:45 a.m. Dr.
Vance H. Webster will preach
the sermon. "A Risen Savior’s
Power," at 11 a.m. Helen Judy
wi”. sing' “My Redeemer Liveth"
from the Messiah.
At 7:30 p.m. the choir will
present its Easter concert in con
junction with the baptismal serv
ice A pageant, “Challenge to
the Cross," will be given by the
Eugene business women’s class.
“All or Nothing" is the ser
mon to be preached by Rev.
Charles Funk at Eugene Meth
At 0:30 p.m. Wesley founda
tion chapel hour will present a
discussion of “What Can Easter
Mem This Year?” with Gerd
Hansen. Michi Yasui, and Don
BtiLuin as speakers.
T>\ Childers of the First
Christian church will speak on
“He That Was Dead” at the regu
lar tl o'clock service.
At the evening service the choir
wi t give a short musical, and
the high school group will present
an Easter play.
Si. Mary’s Catholic
Masses at St. Mary’s Catholic
church are scheduled for 6:30, S,
9:30 and 10:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Masses on Saturday will be at
8 i ;n. with preliminary services
F ister Sunday high mass will
bo celebrated at 10:30. The choir
wiU be under the direction of Dale
Firs} Church of Christ
The lesson .sermon topic at
Fir- Church of Christ, Scientist,
is "Unreality” at 11 a.m. Sunday
sc?: ol is at 9:30 a.m.
Two identical Easter services
wil be presented by the First
Congregational church, at S a.m.
a::.’. 11 a.m The sermon subject
is "his Is Life Eternal."
Deans Visit Alpha Gams
Mrs. Hazel P. Schwering, dean
of v. omen, and Mrs. Alice B. Mac
dut.. assistant dean of women
wo o luncheon guests of the Al
pha Gamma Delta sorority Fri
Cued at a dance: “Gracious but
the floor is slippery.”
Partner: "I shined my shoes, it’
that's what you mean.”—OSC.
The University of Oregon cam -
pus will provide the meeting
place for approximately 40 Eu
gene merchants on April 15 and
16. The occasion will be the an
nual spring conference of the
Oregon Retail Distributors' insti
tute. Dr. N. H. Cornish, pro
fessor of business administration
at the University, is secretary
of the institute and is in charge
of the arrangements.
The principal topics of the con
ference will center on war and
inflation. Problems which will be
discussed are the following:
Should merchants curtail stocks
or anticipate further price in
creases and stock shortages; how
does a management use stand
ards of efficiency in and for Ore
gon stores; how to build a pur
chase program under inflation;
and how government regulation
influences the retailer and his
A total of 800 announcements
have been sent out according to
Dr. Cornish and these will be dis
tributed throughout the state.
Some were sent to retailers, and
the balance were sent to officers
and advisors of the.institute who
will distribute them personally.
The president of the entire or
ganization is A. E. Burkitt, man
ager of J. C. Penney Co., Port
Pi Lambda Theta, women's ed
ucation honorary, met Wednes
day evening- in the YWCA house
to elect officers for the coming
year. New officers are: Dorothy
Sherman, president; Ella Garrick,
vice-president; Ruth Condon, cor
responding- secretary; Louise
Fitch, recording secretary; Fran?
ces Newsom, treasurer; and Bil
lie Christensen, keeper of rec
Officers for the past year were:
Elizabeth Saul, president; Nan
ette Schmuki, vice-president;
Ruth Solberg, corresponding sec
retary; Leona Tyler, recording
secretary; Dorothy Sherman,
treasurer; and Mildred Harrison,
keeper of records.
During their meeting the hon
orary voted to contribute $5 to
the YWCA. Ruth Hopson gave a
talk on hobbies in science for wo
The next meeting of Pi Lambda
Theta will be held in the YWCA
house Wednesday, May 0, when
the new officers will be installed.
(Contiuin'd front fiaih'trcej
A practical laboratory of de
mocracy, created and operated
by University of Wisconsin stu
dents, began work recently on
the university campus when the
new student court heard its first
IS cases. Texan.
A student at the University of
California at Los Angeles says
that the best invention of the
week is a coat that looks like a
raincoat, but isn't.
"It's for this California weath
er when, it looks like rain hut
doesn't,” he explained.
A Spanish professor at Michi
gan State was attempting to ex
plain the imperfect case to his
beginning Spanish class.
"The imperfect case,” he said,
"goes on and on. For example ‘I
go with many, many girls.' That’s
Came a voice from the third
row left: ”1 would say that's per
Baptist Young People
Plan Easter Breakfast
An Easter breakfast will be
held at Seymour’s cafe by the
Baptist young people of the cam
pus and city, Sunday morning at
8:30. Committee chairmen for the
breakfast are: general chairman,
Dorismae Blalock; menus, Flora
Campbell; table decorations, Ver
na Pedersen; program, Lillian
Kutz; invitations, Charles Roffe.
Among the special musical
numbers featured will be a so
piano solo by Helen Judy and a
number by the mixed quartet,
composed of Pauline Scott, Dor
ismae Blalock. John Harms, and
Field Trips Planned
Two geology field trips to study
the rock types in the new cut at
Judkins point are scheduled for
this weekend. Dr. Lloyd W. Sta
ples will lead one this afternoon
and Dr. Warren D. Smith will
The number of things lost on
the Oregon campus in one day
would seem to prove that pro
fessors haven’t a monopoly on
the absent-mindedness. Articles
listed below were turned into the
University depot after the AVVS
auctioneers had cleared the
shelves. A five cent recovery fee
is charged the loser.
Two British Poetry and Prose
books, volume one.
Cases and Readings on Prop
Poetry of the Transition.
Shakespeare (a book).
One and one-half pairs of mit
An overseas cap.
Student Singer Airs
Easter Music on KOAt
Flora Kibler, soprano, will fea
ture Easter music over KOAC
Monday night at 8:15; Leone La
Duke, pianist, will follow with
two Chopin pieces.
Miss Kibler, freshman in arts
and letters, will be accompanied
by Jean Beals. She will sing “The
Holy City,” by Adam; “He That
Keepeth Israel,” by Schlosser;
“One Sweetly Solemn Thought,”
by Ambrose; and “The Palms,”
Miss LaDuke’s first number is
“Ballade,” by Chopin; and
promptu in A flat,” also by
Alaska Grad Visits UO
Jason Baily, law school gradu
ate of 1940, visited professors and
friends at the law school Wed
nesday. He is now on his way
back to Juneau, Alaska, where he
is employed by the FBI.
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well over 2600 in spite of decreased spring enroll
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