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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1950)
Starts Sunday, March 5th
“ONCE MORE MY
Robert Montgomery, Ann Biyth
Dennis O’Keefe, Gale Storm
Starts Thursday, March 9th
“BLONDE HITS THE
Starts Sunday, March 5th
“INTRUDER IN THE
Claude Jarman, Jr.
Wed-Thurs., March 8-9
Another Foreign Movie Club
A fine French film!
Frl.-Sat., March 10-11
‘GERMANY YEAR ZERO’
German documentary film
Slarts Sunday, March 5th
“PRINCE OF FOXES”
Tyrone Power, Orson Wells
(MONDAY ONLY) March 6th
No movie will bo shown.
Theatre will be used by Optimist
Club to present big stage pro
Tries.-Wed., March 7-8
“NORTH OF THE
Tlrurr.-Frl-Sat., March 9-10-11
“ROPE OF SAND"
Burt Lancaster, Paul Henried
Rod Cameron, Paul Henried
Stmts Sunday, Maroli nth
Gregory Peck, Hugh Marlow
Starts Wednesday, March 8ta
"THE JUDGE STEPS
Gone Tie: nev
Starts Sunday, March 5th
Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi
“THE INVISIBLE RAY"
•THE SECRET WEAPON'
Wed-Thnr., March S-0
"THE DARK PAST"
“LADY AT MIDNIGHT'
Frl-Sat„ March 10-11
Hopalong Qassidy in
"THE DEAD DON'T
Religious Groups Plan
Dr. Francis IJart, assistant professor of physics, will speak on
‘Prayer and Scientific Law” in a continuation of the Christian House
series on prayer. The speech will follow the 6 o’clock worship service
Sunday evening. Clif Pe'ightal will be in charge of the worship service.
Westminster House will hold its annual installation service for new
officers elected Thursday at the group’s weekly fellowship supper. The
Rev. Tom Hunter, director of Westminster House, will speak on “The
Beliefs of a Protestant.’
Lutheran students will spend
Sunday evening at the Lutheran
House on the Oregon State College
campus. Rev. H. Hokenson of
Portland will speak to the eom
On Mar. 12 the Westminster
Foundation will send a deputation
to the McMinnville First Presby
terian Church. Those attending
will be Jim Woodworth, Ellen
Stone,- Ben Lyon, Mary Nelson,
Frank Cothrell, accompanied by
Dr. Lloyd T. Anderson, pastor
of First Baptist Church of Salem,
will speak to the C.O.S. university
group at First Baptist Church Sun
day evening at 6:30. Dallas Schiewe
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will lead the discussion on “What
There will be a singspiration fol
| lowing the evening service.
Anderson to Speak
Dr. Anderson will speak Sunday
evening and each night next week
in a Spiritual Awakening Crusade
at the church. Monday night is
young people’s night and Dr. And
erson will speak on, “A Moving in
At the 11 a. m. service the pas
tor, Dr. Vance H. Webster, will
preach on “Christ the Bread of
Plymouth Club will offer games,
dancing, and varied recreation to
students tonight at 8 p. m. in the
club’s recreation center.
Shuffleboard, table games, ping
pong, billiards, and square and
round dancing are available at the
weekly Friday night fests of the
Wallace Hayden, Associate pro
fessor of architecture, designed the
new interior. Redecoration was
sponsored by the Eugehe Congre
Plymouth Club is open Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 2 to 5 p. m. for
interested students, and Sunday
i from 4 to 5:40 p. m. All Univer
sity students are welcome to the
Club during open hours for free
recreation and relaxations, accord
ing to Mrs. Bryant, director.
Sunday evening, Mar. 5, Ply
mouth Club students will present a
discussion on the theme “Practice
What You Preach: Vital Christian
Living.” This will feature the ideas
that students brought back from
the conference at Camp Magruder
last week end. This discussion
will be at 6 p. m. in the Wheeler
Room of the Congregational
Church, 13th and Ferry.
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- Herald Tribune
Monumental film masterpiece. Eptomizes the flight of a
A SHOCKING STORY
Delves deep into degradation, horror and vice
For adults and young people."
"GERMANY YEAR ZEZO"
PHOTOGRAPHED ON THE SPOT TO ACHIEVE
This will be preceded by a social
hour of fun and fellowship in Ply
mouth House from 4 to 5:45. Also,
a snack supper will be served.
The Rev. Thomas O'Brien,
Jesuit from the Loyola Retreat
House in Portland, will speak at
Sunday’s Newman Club meeting.
Officers for the coming year will
also be elected.
The meeting will be held at 6:30
p. m. in the YMCA building. Nom
ination committee members have
.suggested the following list of of
ficers, but any member of the club
is open to nomination from the
President—Rick Arndt and Jim
Harvey; vice-presidenf—Ruth Lan
dry; secretary—Jane Weber and
Barbara Smith; treasurer—Pat
ricia Belmer; corresponding secre
tary—Jo Miller and Mary Yost.
Lenton rosary is recited from
6:30 to 6:45 p. m. each Tuesday
and Thursday in G'erlinger Annex.
Wesley Foundation Sunday eve
ning forums on World Brotherhood
and international understanding
will continue this weekend.
Dr. Ivan Nagy, assistant profes
sor of political science, will discuss
the implications of “World Under
standing Through Religion” this
Sunday. On Mar. 12, Dr. Francis
Dart, assistant professor of phys
ics, will lead a discussion on “Prac
tical Plans for Peace.”
Canterbury Club will hold the
sixth in its series on “Christian
Marriage” Sunday at 7 p. m. Fath
er E. S. Bartlam of St. Mary’s
Episcopal Church will preside. Eve
ning* prayer at 5:30 and dinner at
6 will precede the discussion.
Nominations of officers will be
held at a short business meeting
An open-house Saturday and
Sunday will inaugurate the official
opening of an ultra-modern Shell
service station located near the
campus on 13th and Hilyard.
The station, completed two
weeks ago at a cost of $50,000, is
managed by Bob Higgins, former
University student. It is owned
by the Shell Oil Company.
Higgins, who has been with the
company three years, said garden
ias, coffee and doughnuts, balloons,
and door-prizes will be given away
The new station is one of only
two of its type in the Northwest.
Featuring the latest in modern
equipment and design, the plant
will have a 10,000-gallon storage
capacity for gasoline. An oil heater
hung from the ceiling will furnish
heat through a system of pipes
to parts of the building. Flour
escent light will provide the lum
Four low-bov gas pumps have
been installed. The station is open
from 7 a. m. to 1 a. m.
SALE — Oregon Jacket. Zipper
reversible. Hardly used. Size 42.
Don Eaton, 59146. 93
FOR SALE—Wardrobe trunk, like
new, deluxe fixtures, only $25.
Phone 5-3174. 94
glasses lost at Music School
Have personal value. Phone
5-7250 or Ext. 208. 96
FOR SALE—Silver fox jacket—
—inexpensive. Good condition.
FOR SALE—’42 fordoor Ford 6 D.
Picker Stitzer A3. 94
FOR RENT—Two nice double and
two single rooms. Graduates &
Seniors preferred. Phone 4
2090, Mrs. Holmer. 96
glasses lost at Music School—
Have personal value. Phone
5-7250 or Ext. 208. 90-92-94-96
LOS T—Pink Plastic Rimmed
Glasses. Phone Jackie Gonrath,
Nine Men Initiated
Into Physics Honorary
A reception for new members of
Sigma Pi Sigma, physics honorary,
was held Feb. 28, in Gerlinger Hall,
followed by a pot-luck dinner at
A program of movies on atomic
energy was also featured.
New members of the honorary
are Dr. Shang Yi Ch’en, Dr. Gor
don S. Hoyt, Samuel E. Adler,
Dexter E. Barlow, Edward A. Boy
rie, Robert G. Bushman, Peh-Shuin
Clieo, Vernon L. Long, and Theo
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to keep your eyes on the ball.
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