Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 02, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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    Lanie Sang for 'Nothin'
(Continued from page one)
“After the war I left the plant and tried to get back into singing. At
the time of “Desire’s” discovery, I was working at Billie Berg’s. Then
I moved to the Morocco in Hollywood.”
Although “Desire” brought him his present fame, Laine said that
Us favorite recording is “Black and Blue.”
“I had the most fun making it, I think,” he stated.
Discussing the famous Oregon mist, which greeted him yesterday
afternoon, Laine quipped, “I suppose this is real unusual, like Califor
nia weather.”
Yes, with popular records selling out, a term with Peggy Lee and
the Chesterfield Supper club ahead, things are looking up for Frankie
kaine.
Westminster Forums
The first in a series of three Sun
day evening forums on the subject
“A Christian Looks at the Race Sit
uation” will be held April 3, at
.Westminster house. Dr. Theodore
Stem of the anthropology depart
ment will lead the first forum in a
discussion on “We Are all Brothers
—in Theory?—in Practice?” A
film will be presented.
The forum will follow the regular
Sunday evening supper which be
gins at 6:15. Admission to the din
ner is 40 cents.
Accident Victim
Stays in Hospital
John O. Page, University student
injured in a motorcycle accident
Monday, was showing further im
provement yesterday. He will be in
Sacred Heart hospital for several
more days, according to the attend
ing physician.
Page received a brain concussion
and a dislocated shoulder when his
motorcycle hit a hole on Highway
58 near Oakridge as he returned to
school from his Bend home.
WAA Proceeds
All living organizations that
have not done so are requested to
pick up their proceeds from their
booths at the WAA carnival, ac
cording to Marguerite Johns, co
chairman.
Spring Social Calendar Revised
The office of Golda P. Wickham,
director of women’s affairs, yes
terday released the revised spring
term social calendar.
The Emerald suggests that cam
pus Joes and Jills snip out this
schedule and keep it in a conven
ient place. This will also save calls
for information to Mrs. Wickham’s
office.
April 2—House dances.
April 8—Concert — Minneapolis
symphony.
April 9—WAA Play day.
House dances.
April 15—All-Campus vaude
ville.
April 16—Nickel Hops.
April 15-17—AWS weekend.
April 18—Odeon Spring Festival
of Arts.
April 21-22—Orchseis concert.
April 23—House dances.
April 30—Play—Robinson.
May 6-8—Junior weekend.
May 14—House dances.
May 21—House dances.
May 28-30—Memorial Day week
end.
June 4—Mortar Board ball.
June 10—Closed period.
June 13—Examination begin.
June 18—Alumni day.
June 19—Graduation.
“Mildness counts with me,
and Chesterfields are
MILDER-MUCH MILDER.”
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