Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 23, 1950, Page 8, Image 8

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    Tickets Available
For French Play
Tickets still may be obtained for
this year’s French department pro
duction, “Maitre Pierre Pathelin.”
The program features the read
ing of several medieval poems and
records of medieval music, as well
as the 15th Century French farce.
Three presentations are still to
be given—tonight at 8:30, and at
4 and 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Ad'/nission is 50 cents.
Welfare State Forum Subject
The third in the University Town
Hall series will be a discussion on
the topic “Truman’s ‘Welfare
State’: Good or Bad.” The forum
will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
at the YMCA.
Vincent Ostrom, political science
department, will handle the affirm
ative side with E. C. Robbins,
economics professor talking for
the negative. L. R. Sorenson, his
tory department, will be moder
These discussions have be£n
sponsored by the YMCA, YWCA,
and the International Relations
Lost your girl
In the old Millrace?
Try classifieds
And get someplace.
A soft shoulder has upset many
a one-armed driver.
Lesch to Discuss
Shakespeare Play
The Elizabethan revenge tradi
tion in Shakespeare’s “Tempest”
will be discussed by E. C. A. Lesch,
professor of English, at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the library browsing
An informal question and conver
sation period under the direction
of R. D. Horn, professor of English,
will follow Professor Lesch’s talk.
Theater to Present
Play Scenes Today
Scenes from the forthcoming
University Theater production,
“The Girl I Left Behind Me,” will
be presented at 4 p.m. today in the
library browsing room.
Sponsored by the House Librar
ians Association, the presentation
is open to the public. Immediately
after the program the house lib
rarians will hold a business meet
The worst feeling in the world!
Nine years old and he can’t play with the
gang! His parents say two or three of the
boys are different and he shouldn’t associate
with them.
What do they mean, different? He remem
bers that only a few days ago his history teacher
told him that all Americans are equal—all
citizens of one country and all working to
This kid judges the rest of the gang by
their individual personality, character and how
they play ball—"hot by their race or religion.
Each face, each religion, contributes its own
talents, culture and idealism to produce that
amazing blend of ideas and vigor which have
made America great. This boy wants to be
proud of his country . . . not ashamed of it—
and he can be if we don’t influence him to the
Make sure that you are not spreading ru
mors against a race or a religion. Speak up,
wherever you are, against prejudice, and work
for better understanding. Remember that’s
what it means—to be a good American citizen.
Accept or reject people
on their individual worth