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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1949)
Direction Class to Present
Two Comedies Monday
Two one-act comedies, will be presented by the class m di
rection of school and community plays next Monday evening at
7:30 in the Guild theater.
will he charp-ed for the plays. First to be pre
sented is “Her Lady's Lace,”
followed by “Child Wonder.”
The first is under the direction
of Ken Neal and the second is
•directed by Bill Johnson, both
Starring in “Her Lady’s Lace”
are Bob Phebus and Mary Jane
Martyn. Others in the cast are Gre
ta Skillern and John Sullivan.
“Child Wonder.” stars Bob Hen
derson and Janet Stockton, with a
supporting cast of Ruth Millard,
Margaret Holm, Lou McCumsey,
and Virginia Boots.
"Her Lady’s Lace” tells the story
of a father who wants his daugh
ter to marry a wealthy man—some
thing she does not want to do. She
plots feminine strategy to cause
her father’s dislike of the man.
“Child Wonder” relates the dra
matic episode of a movie prodigy
who poses as 10 but is actually
much older—12 to be exact.
(Notices for Campus Calendar should he turned in, in typewritten form, to the Emeralt
News Editor's office by 3 p.m. of the day preceding publication. Notices will not be accepter
on Saturdays or Sundays.)
5:30—Asklepiads initiation—Alumnae hall on second floor of Ger
linger. Banquet follows at 7.
7:00—recorded concert—Friendly house.
7:30—Friday 13th party—Wesley house.
7:45—“Crown of Stars” play by th Student Foreign Missions fellow
ship from Pacific college—Gerlinger annex.
8:00—Lutheran Student association box social. Boxes will be sold in
Chinese auction—Luther house.
8:00—Dr. Wyman will lead discussion on “My Personal Philosophy”—
9:00—Cosmopolitan party—Friendly house.
7:30 Monday—Alpha Delta Sigma will present Barney Twiford, adver
tising director of the Oregonian, with a 90 minute movie showing
plan for pre-testing advertising—207 Chapman.
Vic Fryer, news editor; Bill Hol
man, Gretchen Grondahl, Don
Mary Hall, night editor; Rod
Smith, Yvonne Lefebvre, Lois
iWilliams, Bill Holman, night staff.
The name of YV. C. Ballaine
was incorrectly spelled in yes
terday’s Emerald. Ballaine,
professor of business adminis
tration, was elected a member
of the advisory council at Wed
nesday’s faculty meeting.
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W illamette at Tenth
Stanley Spaid, graduate assist
ant of history has accepted the po
sition of assistant professor in the
history department at Humboldt
State College, California,
Spaid received his bachelor of
science and masters degree at the
University of Idaho. He will finish
the work on his doctorate this sum
mer term. j
A professor who comes in late is
different; in fact, he is in a class by;
Yes, you’ll be proud to say, "It came from Carl Greve
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