Bev Brunton Reveals Dual Role to Reporter K Bev Brunton, Sabina in “The Skin of Our Teeth,” returned from the telephone, blue eyes sparkling, to hand the Emerald a scoop. Miss Brunton will compete for the title of Miss Lane County as the candidate of the Eugene Junior Chamber of Commerce. A Eugene girl since the third grade, Bev was the first “Ging nam carr 1,0 reign over mugene high’s cotton and cord week, her junior year. She studied drama under Ethel Chase Christie in Eu gene and it was Mrs. Christie wiio suggested that she continue in the field. Going through her scrap book, Bev pointed out highlights in her life. “My junior year I won a schol arship to summer session at North western university, Illinois, and played the lead in “Ladies in Re tirement.” Winning another schol arship her senior year, this time to the Plymouth Drama festival in Massachusetts, Bev postponed the trip until the following year to go with Mrs. Christie to Handford, Washington, for Dupont DeNem ours. There she was Mrs. Christie's assistant in dramatics. From Han ford she went to Massachusetts in June. “I was a lady of 50 in the Eng lish comedy ‘Fresh Fields’ and played Miriam, a 21-year-old ■fmodel, in ‘A Guest in the House,’ • CLASSIFIED ADS • Lost SADDLE tan billfold near Taylor’s. Reward. IDENTIFICATION bracelet lost at football field Thursday. Reward. Phone 324. GREEN Parker 51 pen last week on campus. Reward. A HANDMADE Australian coin ^ bracelet between McArthur court and train depot. Valued as a keepsake. Call 1798-R. IDENTIFICATION bracelet with “Andy” on it. Return to Alpha Omicron Pi. 2840. Reward of fered. Headquarters for Stationery Photo Supplies All Occasion Cards Art Novelties wtftitnm Register Guard Bldg. at. Plymouth,” she recalled. “Sabina” is enthusiastic about her role in “The Skin of Our Teeth,” It’s one of the best roles a girl could hope to play in con temporary drama, she explained. Bev thinks Mr. Robinson is one of the best directors she has ever worked for. After completing two years at the University, Bev plans to finish at the Goodman Theater in Chi cago. __ ! Former Ducks Commissioned Three former University stu dents, Stanley Ray, Rand Erwin Potts, and William Charles Peter son, recently received commissions as marine corps second lieutenants at Camp Lejuene, N. C., and arc now undergoing advanced training. A holder of freshman numerals and track varsity letter, Lieuten ant Ray’s home is at Baker. Lieu tenant Potts, McMinnville, was a member of Skull and Dagger and Theta Chi fraternity. He took part in basketball, football, and track and was intramural sports direc tor. A member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, Lieutenant Pat terson's horns is at Payette, Idaho. All the men attended the Uni versity of Southern California af ter attending the University of Oregon. Oregana Pix Hilyard house and Sigma hall are scheduled for Oregana pic tures today. Students may go anytime during the day to Ken nell-Ellis studio. Faculty Journal (Continued from page one) weekly. This is a student program and deserves student listeners, di rectors announced. “It is a worth while addition to every student’s musical education as well as being delightful entertainment. Months of hard study and practice go into every program,’’ said the directors. Edith Newton from the senior editing class, and Betty French Robertson from the reporting class will present the first “Faculty Journal” at 8:15. This part of the program is sponsored by the school of journalism. George Hopkins, professor of piano, will present a radio program on the faculty series Thursday evening at 7:30. Mr. Hopkins will preview his forthcoming recital by playing Beethoven’s Sonata Op. 31, No. 1. Eleven new war preparation courses in seven departments have been added to the curriculum of Bates college . ZIPPER CASES Genuine leather cases for three-hole filler paper. Smooth or rough grain. IT ' See these soon! Valley Printing & Stationery Co. 76-82 W. Broadway Former UO Man French Casualty John Warren Carkin, who at tended the University, was wound ed in the Normandy invasion and has been in an English hospital for about two months. In a letter to Dean Karl W. On thank, Carkin’s father, John H. Catkin, Salem, Ore., reported that John is now “up and around.” The infantryman was wounded in the arm by shrapnel. Hugh G. Simpson, a former Uni versity student, is now a second lieutenant in the army air forces, following a bombardier training course at Carlsbad, N.M. Lieut. Simpson's home is in Eu gene and his wife, the former Mary Lou Robertson, now makes her home here. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Rumford, also live here. Alumni Return --——---—— (Continued from page two) ‘ant was on the staff last year, there are now five doing such j work. Miss Florence Walta, who was a graduate assistant last year, is doing research for Dr. F. M. Combellack in languages. Robert M. Fristrom, who received his mas ter s degree with honors from the University, is working in chem istry with Dr. Pierre Van Rysscl berghe. A part time instructor and student last year, Mrs. Ethel B. Nichols, is assisting Dr. B. B. Beall in Romance languages. Dr. A. H. Moore, physiology, has Miss Enid Moore, ’44, and Dr. L. S. Cressman, anthropology, is being assisted by Miss Patricia Cody, from the University of Cali fornia. Forty-one students are enrolled fi i Jive Boy Heps Prof in Lingo | Attempting to explain in pres ent-day double talk Homer's story of Ulysses. Dr. Ernest suggested to his class in introduction to litera ture that Ulysses gave Penelope i “the gate.” Since oft-used the “gate” is \ nearly worn off its hinges, the \ students argued that a more ap- ! propriate expression could be used. Finally from the back of the i room, a small voice came through with the poetic idea in jive-talk: i [That Ulysses, the square, told Penelope it was the K.O. and S.O.'d. Translated: He “shoved off” at the “kiss-off,” or he “dropped her” and “hit the road.” in the graduate division for the | first time this fall. The total in- | crease over last year is four. It is noteworthy that of the total of 21 graduate students and re search assistants, only eight re ceived their bachelor's degree at I the University. This is in keeping! with a policy to exchange assist ants with other schools as much as possible. Ice-BERG — KECK-a-CoIa Company Announces its formal OPENING Are you thirsty? Is your throat dry? Stop in for the pause that refreshes Open daily until 10 AO p.m. Call 2305 —- if you have any questions FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE AND BEST OF QUALITY Eugene Laundry & DRY CLEANERS 178 W. 8th Phone 123 RIGHT IN LINE WITH YOUR BUDGET Fellows keep K your folks happy SAVE MONEY BY SHOPPING AT THE ARMY & NAVY GOODS STORE 716 Willamette St. Phone 1051 Pushing 19 Years Last week I thought my race was run, Now Truman's going to rage. Oh, this is far too much for one Who’s not of voting age. • -D.F.S.. For everything' you want and need in bracelets, pins, rings, etc., be sure and go to JEWELRY STORE 620 Willamette MCDONALD “Going My Way" with BING CROSBY — and — “Henry Aldrich's Little Secret" Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant in "Bringing Up Baby" — plus —■ Jean Arthur in "Arizona" "Address Unknown" with Paul Lucas — and — "The Girl Who Dared" with Lorna Gray STARRING JOAN DAVIS in "KANSAS CITY KITTY"