▼ Three dollars will buy a neces sary textbook for a student in a country where libraries were lost in the war. Help students through WSSF. Sshowing April 1 thru April 9th “KEY TO THE CITY” with Clark Gable, Loretta Young also “FOLLOW MEN QUIETLY” with William Lundigan Starts Sunday, April 9th “ALL THE KING’S MEN” Winner of three Academy Awards . .. Best Picture . . . Best Actor . . . Best supporting actress Broderic Crawford, Mercedes McCambridge Showing April 1 thru April 7th “FRANCIS” The big laugh hit all Eugene is laughing about. LANE uiii Sun-Mon., April 2-3 “PINKY” with Jeanne Crain also “THE SECRET GARDEN” with Margaret O’Brien Tue- Wed., April 4-5 “REIGN OF TERROR” with Robert Cummings also “HOUSE ACROSS THE STREET” with William Eythe Thur-Fri-Sat., April 6-7-8 “ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD” Bing Crosby, Basil Rathbone also Jim Bannon ‘ROLL THUNDER ROLL’ M? KENZIE 1*1 S P R t NO FIELD Startts Sunday, April 2 “NANCY GOES TO RIO” with Jane Powell, Ann Sothern Starts Wednesday, April 5 “ABANDONED” with Dennis O’Keefe, Gale Storm also Dan Dailey in “WHEN WILLIE COMES MARCHING HOME” 5W 7-2201 Starts Sunday, April 2 “LADY IN A JAM” with Irene Dunne also “MAGNIFICIENT BRUTE” with Victor McLaglen Starts Wednesday, April 5 “SLIGHTLY FRENCH” with Dorothy Lamour, Don Ameche also “CRIME DOCTOR’S DIARY” also Warner Baxter Starts Friday, April 7 Hopalong Cassidy in “PARTNER’S OF THE PLAINS” also One hour of cartoons. U.O. Concert Band Tours Northwest The University of Oregon con cert band, under the direction of John H. Stehn, professor of music, is now on a tour of Oregon and Washington. Thursday they will play at Her miston and Umatilla High Schools. Today the band will play at the Yakima, Washington, High School. Soloists for the tour are Glenn Garrett, french horn; Philip Green, baritone; Carl Gutmann, saxo phone; Millard Kinney, piano; Floyd Leavitt, percussion; and Shirley Gay Williams, clarinet. Full Weekend Planned . . .(Jr’lcasc turn to page six) day.” Mrs. HendriSks served as a Christian missionary in Osaka be fore the war, and returned there after the war. Phil Wolfe will lead the worship service, followed by a question period. Christian House will be host to an all-campus meeting with Miss Betty Collins, travelling secretary of the American Friends Service Committee, Tuesday evening at 7 p. m. Miss Collins has recently served with the eWorld Student Service Fund, and was in charge of a youth center in Freiburg, Germany. Positions Open In WAC, WAF Increasing- opportunities are available for college women as of ficers in the WAC and WAF, ac cording to Master Sgt. Virginia Gibson, recruiting officer for the Eugene district. Sgt. Gibson and Lt. M&ivelette Hail, district recruiting officers for the Pacific Northwest, visited Hendricks Hall last month to ex plain opportunities in the armed services. Candidates for the WAC officer candidate schools must be from 19 20 years of age, have two years of college education, be single with no dependents, a U. S. citizen, and in excellent physical condition. WAF requirements differ only in the age qualification. Candidates must be from 2014 to 2614 years old. The WAC officers candidate school is located at Camp Lee, Va., the WAF school at Lakeland, Fla. Both schools offer a ten-month training period. WAC candidates train an additional four months at San Antonio, Tex. Interested applicants may apply to Sgt. Gibson’s office, Room 10, Post Office Building, Eugene. Mayflower Theater Shows Danish Film “Day of Wrath,” a Danish film sponsored by the Foreign Movie Club, will be shown twice this eve ning at the Mayflower Theater. Centered around the belief in Witchcraft and the persecution of witches, the story is laid against a background of the stern religi ous life in Seventeenth Century Denmark. Directed by Carl Dreyer, the pic ture stars Thirkild Roose. Lisbeth Movin, Sigrid Neiidam, and Tre ben Lerdorff. Holders of season tickets or stu dent pledge cards to the Foreign Movie Club may be admitted to the theater for 50 cents upon presenta tion of their cards. This film is an additional feature offered by the Club, which has already sponsored a series of six foreign movies. f i Daily "HERALD TODAY'S STAFF Managing Editor: Glenn Gillespie. Desk Editor: Bin Frye. Copy Desk: Lorna Larson, Torn King. NIGHT STAFF Night Editor: Abbott Paine. Night Staff: Clifton Dickerson and Mary Hall. BOOKS NEEDED ABROAD In Liege University, Belgium, 50,000 books were lost during the war. Through the CARE-WSSF Book Drive, American students have an opportunity to share their resources with students abroad. ATTENTION! ALL OFF-CAMPUS MEN Meeting for Spring Term Social Activities Gerlinger Hall, 7 P. M. MONDAY, APRIL 3 the Yeomen EXCITING NEW DESIGN SMART MODERN SHAPE U LENOX Exciting new design in the distinctive coupe shape created by Lenox in fine china. Delicate pink peach blossoms on gleaming translucent china ... created for you by the same Lenox craftsmen who made the official White House china. Five-piece place setting (dinner plate, salad plate, butter plate, teacup and saucer) $1 Q25 EXCLUSIVELY AT HOFFMAN’S ... Jewelers ... Broadway and Willamette EUGENE, ORE.