Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 27, 1940, Page Three, Image 3

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    Cubs Surprise Prof
With Veteran Work
Tomorrow's front-page reporters, ■
freshman journalism students at
the University of Oregon, posted
a mark for veteran newspapermen
to swat at recently, when 56 of 59
stories they sent out to regular
daily and weekly papers in and
outside the state were printed.
"About three weeks before the:
end of winter term,” explained
James L. C. Ford, assistant pro
fessor in journalism at the Uni
versity, "I told the kids that they’d
have to get an interview printed
in an outside paper in order to
pass the course. They took me up
and literally called my bluff.”
Twenty-six Papers
Twenty-six different papers
throughout the state, including one
in Washington and another in
British Columbia, ran stories of thfe
embryo journalists, most of the
former being feature interviews on
students at the University. The
Register-Guard and Daily News of
Eugene topped the list of papers
carrying releases with 13 and 10
Six Hundred Inches
More than 670 inches were taken
up by the articles, which averaged
approximately 600 words each.
YM, YW Groups
To Discuss Program
Change Today
A meeting of YMCA, YWCA,
Westminster house, and Wesley
house representatives will be held
at 4:30 in the YM hut today to
discuss the “Town Hall of the Air”
broadcast, the time of which has
been changed due to daylight sav
The time of the program has
been changed from 6:30 to 5:30
p.m., and now conflicts with other
plans of the group. Whether the
discussion group will be discon
tinued or not will be decided at
this afternoon’s meeting.
AS 170 card house salesmen will
meet this afternoon at 4:30 in the
College Side to outline plans for
the card drive this week.
All Yeomen and Orides who plan
to go on the weiner roast Saturday
at 8 p.m. and who plan to attend
the bean supper at 6:30 p.m. Tues
day are asked to get in touch with
Mrs. Edith Siefert and make res
All freshmen and sophomore
baseball managers are asked by
the athletic department to report
to Walter Bonney, custodian of
equipment in the basement of Mc
Arthur Court for assignments to
The AWS Conference directo
rate will meet this afternoon at 4
o’clock in the AWS rooms of Ger
Memlrers of the student fight
song committee will meet Thurs
day at 5 o’clock.
SDX Will Continue
To Make Plans
For Spring Dance
Sigma Delia Chi, national pro
fessional journalistic fraternity,
will meet this afternoon to discuss
plans for their annual spring dance
April 13, George Pasero, chapter
president, said yesterday. Paserc
urged all members to be present,
Plans for initiation of spring
pldeges will also be discussed.
Committeemen for the SDX
dance will begin functioning im
mediately after the meeting, Jim
mie Leonard, dance chairman, said
Co-eds we welcome your
return! And feel sure you
will welcome these new
That give you a
head start on
Spring Fun!
$5.95 to $12.95
Tailored classics by
“Ann Gray”
“Eva Carver”
“Betty Hartford'
Dresses “hall marked" by
tags that give quality as
surance . . • yet “price
marked” with a figure
your eyes can hardly be
Dusty Pink — Heavenly
Blue — French Aqua —
Spring Green — N e \v
Toasts — Dots — Clieqks
and Prints — sizes 10 to £9.
“Eva Carver" as adver
tised in March Made
Robert Norton
To Talk Here
Magazine Editor
To Discuss Orient,
Future US Policies
Robert Norton, who will open
Oregon's spring assembly series
tomorrow morning, has long been
active in affairs involving the Far
East, the personnel office an
nounced yesterday.
Mr. Norton is associate editor
of the magazine China Today and
he was formerly editor-in-chief of
this same publication.
His lecture will attempt to show
the future policies America will
follow in the Orient. Mr. Norton
will discuss the latest happenings,
and tie them up with past events
that have been partially overshad
owed by recent changes in Europe.
BA School Stairs
Get New Linoleum
All the stairs in the school of
business administration received a
new covering of linoleum over the
spring vacation holidays. This is
the first time the covering on these
stairs has been changed for 20
Westminster Group
Sets First Meeting
Meeting- for the first time this
term, the Westminster group will
hold a covered dish dinner today
at 6:00 o’clock with Anne Dean
Plans for the spring term will
be developed as well as plans for
the annual spring retreat. Every
! one is welcome and Mrs. J. D. Bry
! ant will serve as hostess.
After Easter Sale
Skirts, Sweaters,
and Shirts
14. G & C*
Equally smart with or
without the youthful bo
lero ... a figure-flatterer,
both ways! In rayon.
Sizes range from 12 to 20,
Wonderfully practical
ensembles you’ll want
to live in! Dramatic
prints and new plain
shades! Rayon. 12-20.
Very military with but
tons, big pockets, trim
lines I Legion Blue with
Legion Red blouse!
Rayon. Sizes from 12 to 20,