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Hipji School Writers
Of Journalism School
To Press Conference
Many acceptances are being' re
ceived this week from delegates of
the different high school newspa
per staffs all over the state in re
sponse to the invitations sent out
by the school of journalism last
week announcing the Oregon High
School Press association conven
tion which will be held here No
vember 1 and 2.
The first day will be featured
by talks made by several mem
bers of the staff of the school of
jaurnalism, and members of the
Emerald staff. Discussions will
be led by Jane Dochtelberg, Com
merce high, Portland; Betty Jane
Holt, Pendleton; Gene Robinson,
Klamath Falls union high school,
and Ha Silvis, Bend. Ed Hanson,
Emerald cartoonist will speak on
the subject, “Pepping Up With
Dinner Climaxes Day
A no-host dinner will climax the
first day of the conference, Dea.n
Eric W. Allen will serve as toast
Saturday morning, a Dutch
treat breakfast will be held at the
Anchorage under the auspices of
Theta Sigma Phi, women’s jour
Discussions on several phases of
high school newspapers will be led
by Rufus Coats, Benson Polytech
nich high, Portland; Jack Bennett,
Newberg; and Marcelle Macy,
Dayton. Prof. W. F. G. Thacher
will talk on advertising problems
connected with high school papers.
Robert C. Hall, superintendent of
the University press, will speak on
the mechanics of, the newspaper.
Presentation of the different
awards will occupy the final part
of the convention.
Air Y’ Listenin’
(Continued from Pour Two)
ter will appear in person in the
Jumbo-Fire Chief Show, the next
Texaco serial version of Billy Ro
se’s Hoppodrome Spectacle “Jum
bo,” tonight at 6:30.
Arthur Sinclair, veteran Irish
actor who will play the stage and
radio role of John L. Considine,
owner of the Jumbo circus, is
learning to snap a whip with vigor
and noise. Gloria Grafton, who
will be seen and heard as his
daughter, “Micky,” the equestri
enne, already is showing unexpect
ed talent as a bareback rider.
Jimmy Durante, who will be
present as Claudius B. “Brainy"
Bowers, the rattle-brained press
agent, must practice nothing more
difficult than keeping his nose out
of reach of the circus lions.
But the biggest task falls the
hopes not) to Donald Novis, for
all these years just a radio tenor,
who will actually be seen flying
through the air with the greatest
of ease as Matt Mulligan, the aer
JSBC-CBS Programs Today
6:30 p. m. Jumbo Fire Chief
7:00 Popeye the Sailor Man.
The Swift Studio Party.
8:30 The Camel Caravan. KSL.
10:00 -Paul Pendarvis’ orches
10:15— Ben Bernie's big pro
pram. KPO, KFI.
10:30 Tom Gerun's orchestra.
Jimmie Grier's orchestra.
11:00 A1 Lyon’s orchestra.
Speak al (lonferenee
A group of University women
will go to Lowell today to attend
a conference of women high school
students from that section of the
county. Hazel I’. Schwering. dean
of women, and Mrs. Alice Macduff,
assistant dean of women, will be
featured speakers at the meeting.
Dorothy Hagge, Margaret Aim
Smith, and Margaret Petsch will
also give speeches.
Hair Cut .
855 Oak St. Phone 349
Young Fascists Renew Vows
In an impressive demonstration of loyalty to their leader, 30,000 members of the Young Fascist
group mass in Home to celebrate the fifth anniversary of their founding and renew vows to support II
Theta Sigma Phi
Members to Assist
At Press Conference
Thirteen women wer initiate 1
Sunday morning by Theta Sigma
Phi, national journalism fraternity,
at the journalism building. The
initiation was conducted by actives
and almunae of the society, and
was followed by a breakfast at
Those pledges initiated were:
Dorris Holmes, Jane Bishop, Vir
ginia Endicott, Eleanor Aldrich,
Laura Margaret Smith, Phyllis
Adams, Henryetta Mummey, Mar
garet Petsch, Corrine LaBarre,
Dorothy Dill, Hilda Hillam Buel,
Mary Graham, and Mildred Black
On November 2, Theta Sigmn
Phi will assist with the state high
| schooj press conference, and or
Saturday morning will sponsor a
no-host breakfast for women dele
gates at 8:00 at the Anchorage.
Adviser to Entertain
Mrs. Eric W. Allen, faculty ad
viser, will entertain members of
Theta Sigma Phi at a seven
o’clock dessert November 5 at her
November 19 was set as the date
for the open meeting of the group
with all women on the campus in
terested in journalism. The meet
ing will be at 8 o'clock at the
Alpha Chi Omega house. Mrs. Al
len will speak on her trip to Mex
ico this summer.
Alumnae persent at the meet
ing were Mrs. Eric W. Allen, Mrs.
George Turnbull, Mrs. J. L. Hesse,
Miss Margaret Reid, Miss Betty
Anne Macduff, and Marian Lowry
Four to Take
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sen, Molalla; Leo Marlantes, Sea
side; James Smith, Oswego; and
Aurthur Grafious, Newport.
Faculty on Committee
The committee in charge of the
selection included Dr. George Re
bec, Dr. K. Huestls, Dr. Andrew
Fish, Dr. L. S. Cressman, Dr. A. R.
Moore, and Prof. S. Stephenson
The five students now in the
state will meet to compete with
those chosen from other institu
tions in Oregon in an examination
to be held in Portland, December
12. Two will be selected from the
results of these exams and will
WANTED Dancers, singers, and
other feature entertainers. Any
one wishing to do feature work
on campus meet at Anchorage
at 1 p. m. Tuesday, October 29
ROOM and board for two men stu
dents, I1; blocks from campus.
751 E. 12th. Mrs. Davis, Phone
represent the state of Oregon in
the finals to be held in Spokane
The scholarship provides com
plete expenses for three years of
study at Oxford, with sufficient
allowance for summer travel over
A number of former University
students have been awarded this
(Continued from Par/e One)
Halcyon Wilson, Norma Jacobs,
Lucinda Cox Brown, Alice Ash,
and Marian Johnson.
Sigma Delta Chi meeting at 4
in room 104 journalism building.
Women's debate squad will meet
this afternoon at 4 o’clock to dis
cuss the possible topics to be used
Scabbard and Blade meeting to
night at 7:30 at ROTC. Members
and pledges in uniform.
The Art Museum library will be
open every Wednesday evening
from 8-10 because of increased de
mand for evening hours. Entrance
is through back door.
Phi Beta meeting tonight at 7
in Gerlinger hall for actives and
Frosh counselors and counselor
directorate will hold very impor
tant meeting in 110 Johnson at 5
o’clock Tuesday. Everyone must
Prize to Be Given
For Best Forecast
The person who comes the clos
est to computing the correct total
of all scores made in coast games
this week will be given a Grayco
shirt and tie by the Byron and
Hoselton clothing store.
A ballot will appear in the Em
erald that is to be filled out and
left at Byron and Hoselton's be
fore noon Saturday, November 2.
WE HUY, SELL, OK TRADE
anything in the way of
furniture, tools, dishes, etc.
VARIETY BARGAIN STORE
162 W. 8th Ave.
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843 East 13th Street
Opposite Sigma Chi House
Warren Works Line,
Revamps Rack field
Regarding their defeat by the O.
S. C. Rooks as an event of the past,
the members of the frosh football
team began a week of intensive
practice last night in preparation
for their annual game with the
Washington Babes here Saturday
Several members of Coafch War
ren’s squad were injured in Friday
night’s wild fracas but they should
all be in shape for the Washington
tilt. “Doc” Taylor, regular center,
is badly crippled with an injured
knee, although he may possibly see
action Saturday. Chuck Stevens,
, 200-pound guard, came out of the
Rook game with a badly bruised
arm and Nello Giovanini, who plays
the other guard, is nursing a bat
tered leg. Both Stevens and Gio
vanini are expected to be in shape
by the end of the week. Several
other members of the squad re
ceived minor cuts and bruises.
Yesterday afternoon Coach War
ren sent his men through a tough
scrimmage in which he experiment
ed with several new backfield com
binations. A new foursome com
posed of Gammon at full, Lacua
and Anet at halves, and Nicholsen
at quarter seemed to be getting
the most attenion and may start
the Washington game.
Warren also worked his line
overtime. He was evidently dis
appointed with its showing against
the rooks, and he hopes to see a lot
more drive and fire in the remain
ing games on the schedule.
"Hank" Nilsen, star end, partici
pated in scrimmage last night for
the first time in a week and he
will probably be in condition to
start the remaining games.
Send the Emerald to your friends.
|A WS Launches
Files to Determine
Interests of Women
Carrying out a portion of the j
program formulated by the AWS I
planning conference the first of j
this term, an extensive activity
j program to interest women stu
I dents in campus activities has be
gun under the direction of Elaine
Cornish assisted by Jean Ackerson
and activity chairmen of the va
rious women's living organizations
and the activity chairman of Ori
“We want to find out what wo
men on this campus really want to
do and then help them do it,”
Elaine Cornish, chairman of the
Files Being Made
A file in which the present ac
tivities of women students are list
ed is now being made. After this
week another file will be started
listing the activities in which wo
men students show their interest.
These files will be used for easy
reference for future appointments.
Thursday, all activity chairmen
in women’s houses will receive ac
tivity sheets which will be distrib
uted to the women living in. these
organizations. On the sheets will
be listed activities including the
AWS, YWCA, WAA, Emerald,
Oregana, Philomelete, and these
are to be checked according to per
sonal interest. Women living out
side houses will get their sheets at
the dean of women’s office, the
YWCA, and the Co-op.
Plan to Be Explained
Members of the AWS speaker’s
committee will explain the signifi
cance of this new system at va
rious organizations on Thursday.
All sheets should be turned in to
the dean of women’s office by Sat
urday noon of this week in order
that the filing system may be be
gun early for use this term.
As part of the activity program
to interest women students, the
Kwama annual "Get Wise” party
will be given Wednesday evening
at 7 o'clock. Freshman women
will be taken to the party by their
Frosh Counsellors where a pro
gram will be given. This program
will include skits about various ac
tivities of the campus this year.
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his pictures cannot appreciate the
man himself or the power of his j
Modern industrialization is a |
curse, Ghandi believes, which
weakens the morals of a country. '
In his village uplift program he
is not trying to reach the standard
of western civilization but instead
will endeavor to return to the!
fabled “Golden Age” when India!
could support her teeming millions >
on a higher scale than she does
Turning from India where he
has spent 15 years as professor of
comparative religions at Lucknow
university, Mr. Ballenger told of
his travels this summer. Leaving
India in April, accompanied by his
wife and three daughters, he spent
several months seeing Irak, Pales
tine, Italy, Switzerland, France,
and England. In speaking of the
“EUGENE’S- OWN STORE”
McMorran & W ashburne
MERCHANDISE OF MERIT ONLY
A New Dudley Field Shop
on College Side Row
With Campus Representatives
Melano Demuth Pipes, regular $3.50 . $1.00
Hickok Bueksin Belts . $1.00
Wool Sox . 50c to $2.50
Ties ... 50c to $1.00
Hat styles you're looking for . $3.50 and $5.00
Suspenders and Garters . 50c, $1.00 and $1.25
Goosekin Rain Jackets . $6.00
Parka Rain Jackets . $5.95
Sport Coats . $12.50
Thrills Bn t No Spills
Air minded San Diego fair visitors have taken to the “bail out”
for the thrills of parachuting without danger. The 155-foot steel tower
which lowers the “flyers” to the ground by means of cables is one of
the show’s most popular attractions.
League of Nations which he saw
in action in Geneva last May, Mr.
Ballenger expressed surprise at
the slow manner with which the
pending Italian-Ethiopian question
was being handled.
After spending two weeks at
Oregon speaking to and interview
ing small student groups, Mr. Bal
lenger, who comes here from Ore
gon State, will go to the College
of Puget Sound and later to
Seattle. Next year he hopes to
make a tour of eastern colleges.
ALUMNAE VISIT HOUSE
Misses Doris Giles and Margaret
Ellen Hill, alumnae of Sigma Kap
pa, attended the initiation at the
chapter house Sunday morning
and spent the weekend on the cam
Africa has snowfalls within sev
en miles of the equator.
j Always Something
7G West Broadway
in Dance Programs
Edith Clark Will
Address Y Group
A history of the Consumers'
Research and how it compiles its
facts will be given by Miss Edith
Clark at a meeting of the YWCA
discussion group at 5:00 today.
The book “Skin Deep’’ will be re
ported upon by Dorothy Magmus
This will be the second meeting
this year of the discussion group
which meets every two weeks.
The Consumers’ Research group,
together with the YWCA voca
tional group, led by Eileen Donald
son, is planning a joint conference
with the industrial girls of the
YWCA in Portland.
Assisting Miss Cornish are Mar
ylin Ebi, Erma Huston, and Edith
To Honor Team
Cup to Be Awarded
For Best Attendance
The Oregon rally committee will
stage & big rally dance at the
Green Parrot Palms Wednesday
night at 7:30 to greet the hornet
coming football team.
The dance will last until 10:30
p. m. The dean of women's office
has granted permission to all so
rorities and underclassmen in fra
ternities to attend. All sorority
women must be in by 10:30.
Freshmen women are asked to
attend the Kwama “Get Wise’’
party at Gerlinger hall Wednes
day evening from 7:00 to 8:30 and
then to come to the rally datjce
at the Palms.
Cup to Be Awarded
The Zell brothers' cup will be
awarded the fraternity having the
largest percentage of attendance
at the rally dance. This cup,
awarded each year t'o the house
having the most men at the
UCLA-Oregon rally dance was
won last year by Sigma Nu. The
rally dance was formerly sched
uled for Saturday afternoon but
was cancelled because of conflict
with the impending Sophomore
Living organizations are asked
to hold 5:30 dinners so their mem
bers will be ready to leave before
The charge for the dance will be
50c per couple.
There will be an important
meeting of the rally committee at
9:30 Wednesday evening at the
A tree 34 feet in diameter and
estimated to more than 3800 years
old is believed to be the world’s
eldest. It is in Yosemite national
Illinois police officers are auth
orized to warn slow drivers
against delaying trafifc under the
new trafifc code of that state.
A cigaret factory is being built
in Persia. Capacity of the new
plant will roll 12,000,000 cigarets
An Open Letter
^ Poor Pledge:
4< Get together with
•S' house manager and explain ]f
^ the benefits of professional >$.
-5< work. Impress him with the >3*
fact that you’ll never make £
• “Phi Bet” if he keeps work
* ing you like he’s been doing, f
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Ask him how does he expect
-S< you to date that campus H*
+ queen if you always Ibok
tired when you see her in ,3.
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“We Do It Better
Floor Waxing Reasonable j*
Company coming from Boston . . . Aunt Sophia,
Jedediah! Eva runs to Aunt Betty’s to tell her the news.
Josh hitches the colt to the double-seated chaise. Jerusha
puts the kettle on; Obed tallows up his shoes. The family’s
slick and ready now for Cousin jedediah . . . “coming
sixty miles—think of it!—in only eight hours.” Slick and
ready for the latest Boston news ... “A glass thing
with a chimney that lights a whole room—called a lamp!”
Gone now forever—those Jedediah days. Fast trains
do away with the excitement of an approach. Aunt Betty
owns a telephone; Josh drives a car; Jerusha pours dinner,
cooked, out of cans; Obed thinks nothing of jumping into
Advertisements make the difference. They’ve urged
convenience upon you till you’re old-fashioned not to en
joy. Radios, refrigerators, breakfast foods—they’ve
talked about them all. So spread the news that they are
easy for you to get. Every day the advertisements tell of
new improvements; tell of a number of things you might
not like to miss if you know about them.
Read Emerald advertisements — they’re news.