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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1926)
To Aid Students
Will Give Practical
Experience to Nine
Business Institutions Co
Summer scholarships which will
benefit nine students in advertising
courses have been established by the
Morning Oregonian, the Oregon
Journal, the Portland Telegram,
Honig-Oooper, Croslty and Failing,
and Botsford-Constantine Advertis
ing agencies, Olds, Wortman and
King, Lipman, Wolfe and company,
and Meier, Frank and company.
Each institution agreed to be the
donor of one scholarship which will
give the beneficiary an opportunity
to become a regular employee of
the firm for eight or ten weeks dur
ing the summer at approximately
$20 a week.
The idea for the creation of the
“training on the flreline” came to
Prof. W. F. G. Thacher of the school
of journalism last July while at
tending the annual convention of
Pacific Coast Advertising Clubs as
sociation at San Francisco, Cali
“I have realized for some time
that the great defect in our train
ing was that we could give the stu
dents little actual contact with big
time advertising undertakings, so
I decided to see if we could not
create those opportunities jin tlio
state’s one metropolis,” he said in
explaining the growth of the plan.
"I had no idea how the proposal
would be received but in every case
it was met with an evident desire
to co-operate with tho school, and
a definite interest in the plan was
shown. In interviewing persons, I
was impressed with the fact that
employers are vitally concerned with
the matter of personnel, and are
keenly interested in any plan that is
calculated to provide them with
Professor Thacher expressed the
opinion that he could extend the
list of nine institutions almost in
definitely as they are the only oneB
that were asked to co-operate.
(Continued from page one)
Willamette will line up for the
opening kickoff today. Sovoral of
tho regulars are nursing bumps and
bruises, but McEwan wants to make
sure of tho outcome of the contest
before using reserves. Arthur Ord,
the wee one, has successfully mnin
' tained his usurpation of the left
halfback job against the best ef
forts of George Burnell and “Boots”
Vitus. Lynn Jones, limping slightly,
and Ira Woodio, not in the best of
sorts, will be out to make a quick
job of it. Wetzel rounds out tho
Hlauson, Smith, Dixon, Sinclair
White duck trimmed
in black, crepe rub
Hodgen, Kerns, and Klippel wiill
form the forward wall which starts
Willamette Says “Ouch!
It appears likely at this writing
that today’s contest will be staged
under the customary weather con
ditions, and a heavy field is made
to order for a heavy backfield and
a heavy line. If anyone is dubious
as to the hitting power of the Ore
gon team, they are invited to read
a dispatch from Salem which states
that six of the Willamette team
were left behind when the Bearcats,
went north to play Washington be
cause of injuries received in the
Oregon game of last Saturday.
Comes Before W. A. A.
A suggestion that the constitu
tion of the Women’s Athletic asso
ciation be amended to charge fees
of $1.00 a year for all members in
stead of 50 cents, the former charge,
was brought up at the first W. A. A.
council meeting of the year Wed
nesday night. The suggested amend
ment which met with the council’s
approval, will come before the first
W. A. A. mass meeting for consid
The council decided to send a
lgtter to the head of each women’s
house on the campus asking that
someone interested in W. A. A. work
should take charge of all sport an
nouncements or bulletin distribution
in her respective house.
(Continued from page one)
(lummy scrimmage have been in
order. Few plays have been given
out as yet. The McEwan style is
being used by the frosh and the men
will be able to step right out next
year with the varsity.
Among the numerous candidates,
those who have shown to advantage
so far are: backfield, David Mason,
Frank Mimnaugh, Wplly Shearer,
Harold Hatton, Ramsey MacDonald,
“Bus” McDowell, Rulon Ricks, Wil
bur Harden, Cecil Gabriel, Rolland
Coleman, Bob Robinson, Ridgway
Johnson, Charles Williams, Carl
Noeske; ends, Lloyd Sherril, Ronald
Murray, Jack Edy, Leon Baird, Art
Reinhart;-- linemen, Phil Ireland,
Terrence King, “Slim” Stadleman,
Frank Crooks, David Temple, Fran
ces Neff, Henry Baldridge, Jim Hod
igen, Julius Konigshoffer, Carlton
Handy, Harry Wood, Glenn Plass.
Foster Directs Parade
From Infirmary Bed
Bob Foster, president of the soph
omore class, has been directing soph
omore plans for the frosh parade
Foster has been in the infirmary
with the la grippe for the last few
days, but this has not hindered him
or the parade.
THE HOTTEST BAND
<) Soloists Stage Band
In n li*1 minute act
of music, mirth and
with 11 performers
Matinee 85c Nights 50c
New BELL THEATRE
Upholstered Spring Cushion Seats
Band Members:—Meet at K. O.
T. C. promptly at 2 o ’Clock this
afternoon to play at this after
noon’s game. Seats will be reserv
ed in the main section for band
members. Please be prompt.
(Continued from page one)
day and the following schedule will
be played today:
Nine o’clock, Haeske vs. Neer.
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A nnouncemen t
Beginning Sunday, Oct. 3
Two Special Sunday Meals will be served
1 2 to 2 for—
from 3:00 to 8:00
Wild Rose Dairy
51 E. 7th St.
Stanley vs. Peterson.
Ten o’clock, Edge vs. Mead. Win
ler Neer-Haeske match vs. Powell.
Winner Stanley-Peterson match
Ten-thirty o ’clock, Okerberg vs.
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Salesman, Salesladies and Betail
merchant. My items fit all of you.
Salesman averages $1.00 profit for
every dealer called on. Costs dealer
$2.00, he sells for $3.50, makes $1.50
on $2.00 invested. Salesman makes
$1.00. If you are a Salesman or
wish to become one. If you never
sold anything in your life I will tell
you how to make better than
$100.00 a week. (Address)
Oeo. L. Lane, Mansfield, Ohio
We are glad to see you back and are here to serve you.
We sell cheaper because we sell for cash.
1249 Alder Phone 578 R.
$3.98 $4.50 and $4.98
At these low prices to students
Ask for special students discounts
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