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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1940)
New Office to Open tor A VFS Convention
Colleges to Send
Delegates to UO
Because of the multitude of de
tails connected with the AWS west
ern section convention, women stu
dents are opening an office on the
second floor of McArthur court
and are employing a paid secretary
to handle routine matter of the
Conference, announced Anne Fred
riksen, western AWS president.
The new staff will begin work
April 1 and will continue through
the convention, Miss Fredriksen
said. While the delegates are on
the campus, the secretary will also
handle the distribution of the visi
tors’ mail and the information
desk, she explained.
Already 22 colleges have paid
their representative fees, signify
ing their intention of attending the
gathering of girls from the 11
western states, stated Donna
Ketchum, western AWS treasurer.
Those who have already sent in
their dues, according to Miss
Ketchum, are: Central Washington
college, University of Utah, Po
mona college, University of Idaho,
Brigham Young university, Univer
sity of Washington, Leland Stan
ford university, Montana State uni
versity, Colorado State college,
State College of Washington, Uni
versity of Denver, University of
Nevada, University of Southern
California, Santa Barbara State
college, University of Arizona, Uni
Reorganization of the freshmen
interested in Westminster activ
ities will be held this afternoon be
tween 4 and 5 o’clock.
It puts the wildest fiction to
Walter Brennan, Ruth
Hussey, Nat Pendelton
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He walks! He talks! He kills!
Watch out for
Starring BELA LUGOSI
— plus —
with IRENE RICH
and HENRY O 'NEILL
Hurry! It Ends Tonite!
PRISCILLA LANE and
THOMAS MITCHELL in
“3 Cheers for the
— plus —
‘Blondie on a Budget’
with PENNY SINGLETON
and ARTHUR LAKE
For the Young in Heart!
full length feature
SDX Officially Opposes
'Green Goose’ Publication
Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalism fraternity, officially went
on record as opposed to any publication of an unauthorized Green
Goose at the last meeting of the organization winter term.
The resolution as passed and presented to the administration reads
“Whereas certain rumors are current of the unauthorized publica
tion of a scandal sheet, similar in form or substance to the Green
“Therefore, Sigma Delta Chi hereby goes on record as unquali
fiedly opposed to any such unauthorized'publication and formally
instructs its members to abstain from any such activity.”
versity of California, Western
Washington college of education,
University of California at Los
Angeles, Whitworth College, Col
lege of Puget Sound, and, San
Diego State college.
Pallet to Interview
Dr. Earl M. Pallett, registrar,
will leave for Klamath Falls today
to attend a meeting of the high
| school relations committee in
that city Thursday, the president’s
office announced yesterday.
The group will interview pros
pective University students from
all high schools outlying that dis
trict. Friday the committee will
attend a similar meeting in Medford.
Those present will include Wal
ter Bradford, president, from
Southern Oregon College of Edu
cation; E. B. Lemon, registrar
from Oregon State college; Dr. D.
V. Poling, high school visitor for
the state board; and Dr. Pallett.
Phi Chi Theta
To Plan Tea;
Members of the Phi Chi Theta,
women's business administration
honorary, will lunch at the Col
lege Side today.
Arrangements for a tea to be
given in Gerlinger next week will
be discussed and a delegate to the
national convention of the honor
ary in Alabama will be selected.
Reports on the Founder Day
banquet will be given by members
who attended. The banquet was
held at the Heathman hotel in
Portland during spring vacation.
Members from both Oregon and
OO-lA lA! What a funny way to win ze medal!
► What would you do if a beautiful
platinum blonde in wartime Paris
grabbed you, thrust an envelope
into your hand and said, "Queek!
I am in ze great, tair’ble danger!”?
You’d do as Reporter Perry Brown
did—and be so wrong the French
would decorate you! A gay short
story in this week’s Post...
The Decoration of
THE GREAT MONOPOLY MYSTERY
► Raymond Moley slices open a "time
bomb which may explode with a bang as
big as anything in the first seven years
of F.D.R.’s administration.” A report on
Joe O’Mahoney’s Monopoly Committee
and the ingenious devices by which they
stifle inquiry into then aims.
An Important New Series
of Articles ... by
Earthworm Tractor Man Gets Severe Code in Head!
^ Alexander Botts bumps into a
wartime order s-o-o-o-o-o secret he
can’t even tell his boss! Except in a
code s-o-o-o-o-o confidential his boss
can’t read it!.. .Now you take it from
there. (On page 14 of this week’s Post.)
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A short story
► Odd enough that Perkins and
Polly, "Purveyors of Rhythm and
Repartee,” should be set ashore at
a jungle trading post in Dutch New
Guinea. But the real mystery devel
oped when they had to play for a
packed house—of head-hunters!
Am I Blue?... by
JAMES RAMSEY ULLMAN
America Rules the Skyways
► John Chapman reports on America’s Merchant
Marine of the Air and tells you what future ocean
hopping will be like . . . IN THE SAME ISSUE
—Serials by Walter D. Edmonds and Mignon G.
Eberhart (Hangman’s Whip). Articles, editorials,
cartoons and Post Scripts. All in the Post.
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