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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1950)
Tryouts Continue Today
For 'Warriors Husband1
Casting for the University Thea
ter production of “The Warrior’s
Husband” continues this afternoon
with the second general call sched
uled for 4 p.m. in 104 Villard.
Altitude is what’s needed for
women. The Julian Thompson
comedy scheduled for March, has
parts for women to play Amazons.
The story concerns life in a mythi
cal Amazonian kingdom. Many
non-speaking roles as guards, war
riors and huntresses are available.
The following students are asked
to return for a second reading;
others will be asked to return at n
Clare Wiley, Dorothy Collier.
Ruth Kilbourn, Virginia Howard,
Evelyn Snow, Dale Smith, Joan
DeLap, Patricia Ann Potts, Vir
ginia Thompson, Harriet Vahey
Patricia Boyle, Bobbie Byrne, Bev
erly Ostrum, Betty Jo Clack, June
James, Ann Thompson, anc
Students who wish to tryout bul
are unable to come this afternoor
are requested to contact Directoi
Horace W. Robinson, 208 Villarc
Hall, Extension 403.
Information on study and travel
abroad is contained in a 25 cent
booklet available from the publi
cations bureau of the U.S. Nation
al Student Association, 3 04 N.
Park, Madison, Wis.
“Work, Study, Travel Abroad
1950” is the title of the 10,000 word
publication which lists agencies to
contact for traveling during the
summer months, outlines their pro
grams and provides general year
round facts on going abroad. NSA’s
programs abroad as well as those
of more than 100 other groups
1 catering to student travelers are
Limited Number of Tickets Left
For Marriage and Family Series
More than one-fourth of the
available tickets for the annual
Marriage and the Family Lecture
Series were purchased in the first
day of sales Monday, committee
Only 200 tickets are being of
fered fo rthe four lectures by Dr.
Lester A. Kirkendall, associate pro
fessor of family life education at
Oregon State College. One 50-cent
ticket admits a student to all four
Fifty-nine tickets were sold at
the Co-op booth Monday. The booth
will remain open all week, or until
all tickets have been purchased.
First program of the series is
scheduled for Tuesday evening,
Jan. 17. The remaining four lec
tures will be given on succeeding
Co-sponsors of the series are the
YWCA sophomore commission and
the YMCA campus affairs commit
tee. Barbara Metcalf and' Dave
Swanson are chairmen.
A treaty in 1819 between the
U. S. A. and Spain fixed the south
ern boundary territory at 42 de
grees latitude. This now marks
the boundary between Oregon and