Summons Delivered Charging Campus Coeds T'.'.o long arm of the law school last night knocked at the doors of nearly 30 University coeds and presented them with summonses charging “breach of promise,” “defamation of character," “al ienation of affection,” and other serious offenses. Patrolman Jim Willcox, who had the difficult task of making the calls, was nearly overcome by the subtle evasions, the subdued fright, and the sudden change of expressions to which he was ex posed. Never before had he seen * suck. obvious attempts to suppress emotion. Cautious approaches and puzzled faces. Questioning eyes and faltering glances. Hes itant speech and twitching fin gets Yes, and bewildered, pale faced housemothers. Charge Made “You’ve been char ged with vio lating a city traffic ordinance. You are to appear in circuit court tomorrow at one o’clock to answer charges.” the patrolman in uniform told hi3 victims. “Well—uh, what for?” respond ed one girl, quite bewildered. “ME?" replied another as she wrinkled her nose. “Say, what is this?" exclaimed one student as she indignantly took the summons from the offi cer’s hand. Organizations Most of the organizations on the campus were approached dur ing the dinner hour. Laughter and talk suddenly tapered off. Girls stopped eating to exclaim, “Hey, the law,” “Isn’t that an of ficer?” or to whisper, “What has she done?” Some of the older girls wore a knowing smile, for they had previously become acquainted with the law school’s method of delivering invitatipns to their biggest social event of the year, the winter formal dance to be held tonight. Wesley House Party “The Little Red Schoolhouse” will be the theme of Wesley house’s Friday night party this week. Pie auctions, games and other similar entertainment will be features of this spree, which be gins at 8 p.m. Louise Rickabaugli and Roy Smith are in charge of the program, and Margie Robin son is refreshment chairman. CORSAGE CREATIONS 4 So deliglit anyone’s heart * Roses * Gardenias * Carnations * Camelias * Orchids »>iaall, larga For the many liouse danees ani v\ i111 an eye l'or Valentine > l>a\ send a delightful eursajie. $1.25 and up Eugene Flower Home 'hone Go4 Patterson and 13th Streets A JOB TO BE DONE J.t't us ail work us haVil to win this war us Abraham Lincoln strove to save his country onee before. If we pull together it eun be done. lioll up your sleeves now ami let’s sail in. Advance Given By Educators Superintendents H. B. Ferrin of Cottage Grove and Homer J. Dixon of Junction City enumer ated ways of securing teaching jobs at the school of education’s junior faculty meeting Tuesday. The speakers referred especial ly to interviews, letters of appli cation, preparation, and experi ence. Although the prospective teach er should not “grill” the superin tendent, he should be encouraged to ask him about the type of program the school is sponsoring, advised Mr. Ferrin. The Cottage Grove man also urged that teach ers visit the prospective school and community before signing a contract, and emphasized person al appearance to be of outstand ing importance. Students who feel themselves to be “jacks of all trades,” do not impress Mr. Ferrin, who would rather the prospect identify him self with fewer jobs well done. Letters of application, accord ing to Mr. Dixon, should contain the following information in this order of importance: (1) co-cur ricular experiences in college, (2) adequate preparation in teaching fields, (3) Normal-school train ing (preferred even with high school teachers), (4) grades, but not as all-important, for knowl edge of adolescence and ability to work with pupils should also he counted, (5) does the individual finish what he starts? (6) con duct patterns, (7) is he frank— will he admit that he is not ca pable of doing a certain thing? These letters should be sent to the superintendent, not the school board. The men also emphasized that recommendations should be from good sources, should be written honestly and intelligently, and should avoid trite expressions such as “by and large,” “Although not brilliant,” “generally speak ing,”- etc. In place of such ex pressions, specific examples of activities in class, how problems were met, and accurate data tend better to identify the student. The speakers suggested that the University teacher-training program could be improved by keeping the young candidates as close to teaching and learning in the secondary schools as possible, because there may be a tendency, despite methods classes, to re enter secondary schools and lec ture in the manner of a Univer sity professor to grade school children. Superintendents Dixon and Ferrin did not agree with a criti cism which has been directed against education graduates; namely, that they were not able to supplement the textbook with rich illustrative source material. Ducklings meet OSC Rooks in Igloo tonight. V 1 Get Your Valentine Gift from a large selection of Candies Toiletries Perfumes and Cosmetics PENNY WISE DRUG 40 E. Brdv 769 W. 6th Ex-Student to Interview Future Marine Officers Lieutenant Maurice J. Kelly, XL S. marine corps and former student, will visit the campus February 13 and 14 to interview applicants for the officer’s train ing school at Quantico, Virginia. Lieutenant Kelly was graduat ed from the University last June and then enlisted in the marines. Roy N. Vernstrom, staff sergeant in the Portland public relations office reports that Edward J. Green, another of his former fel low students, is now at the ma rine “boot” camp in San Diego with hopes of entering the signal corps on completion of his train ing. Frosh-Rook Cage (Continued from pane four) ington high. Len and A1 Popick of the Frosh teamed with Wen dell Weatherly while prepping at Lincoln high. 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