Young Univrsity Writers Hit Bigtime Barbara and Ilex Gunn, both University students, are shown in a scene typical of the ones they por frayed in an article by them appearing in the latest edition of the Saturday evening Post. Barbara is feeding their one-year-old son Bren while Rex attempts to study. See page one for story. (Photo cour tesy Register Guard) Plate Tags Available License plate tages bearing the 1948 schedule of the Oregon foot ball team are now on sale by the University athletic department. Mad’s of stamped mefal, and painted green and yellow, the tags give the complete schedule for next fall's gridiron activities, and can be easily fastened on the tops of regular state liscenses. The plates are on sale at the athletic ticket office in McArthur court, and at the Co-op for 25 cents each. Police drove pickets away from the entrance to the New York Stock Exchance, thus teaching them not to trifle with the money changers. SWING INTO SUMMER ... IN CRISP COTTONS To help you meet any occasion look ing fresh and dainty. We have a complete stock sizes and styles For Inexpensive Smartness 23 F. Broadway Phone 2911 ■ - - • ■ - -- * % r » ’ • • Prizes Offered Senior Orators Oratorical prizes totaling $250 will be awarded on Friday, June 11, to the members of the senior class who shall pronounce the best orig inal oration at the time of his grad uation. Called the Failing-Beekman prize after the two founders of the award fund, the prizes are divided into the $150 first place Failing award and the $100 Beekman second place award. A third prize, not to exceed $50, has been provided for the past five years through the gift of the late Mrs. W. F. Jewett. Winners of last year’s awards were William Baird, major in his tory, with his oration on “Faith vs. Reason." Beverly Carroll, major in social science, won the second-place Beekman prize with her speech on “Not by Bread Alone.” Marjory Skordahl, major in Romance lan guage, placed third with “Can We Understand Them?” YIPPEE— IT'S OPEN SEASON ON PICNICS AGAIN. Shop here for Extra Good Basket Lunch Supplies University Grocery 790 E. 11th Phone 1597 Beavers Trounce (Continued from page four) Austin, OSC; Heidenrich, Oregon. Distance, 45’ 33.4”. 880 yard run; Jack Boiler, OSC; Hughes, OSC; Bell, Oregon. Time, 2:02.2. High jump: Ken Slliot, OSC; tie for second between Rasmussen of Oregon and Barber, OSC. Height, 6’4%”. Javelin: Lou Robinson, Oregon; Porter, Oregon; Martinson, OSC. Distance, 188T”. 220-yard dash: Jerry Cole, OSC; Edmundson, OSC; Hoffman, Ore gon. Time, 22.7. Two-mile run: Pete Mundle, Ore gon; Peterson, OSC; B. Cowan, OSC. Time, 10:07.7. Pole vault: George Rasmussen, Oregon; Slocum, OSC; Hunter O SC. Height, 13' 10”. 220-yard low hurdles: Jack Doyle, Oregon; Cole, OSC; Turner, OSC. Time, :25.8. Broad jump: Bob Laidlow, OSC; Hoffman, Oregon; Brown, Oregon. Distance, 23’1!4”. Discus: Ray Heidenrich, Ore gon; Rinearson, OSC; Jessup, OSC. Distance, 141’8^”. Mile relay: won by OSC. (for feit). When a country has two policies, as the United States does in Pales tine, unfriendly observers are like ly to think they know which is the real one. Military Honorary Selects Members Band director John Stehn and Major Edwin Hibner of the mili tary science department werf among those tapped Saturday eve ning for associate and full mem bership by the military honorary, Scabbard and Blade. Other new members are; Paul McCracken, junior in infantry, Walter McFarland, junior in air; Walter Miller, junior in air; Steve Gann, junior in air; and Roger Wahlgren, junior in air. Emerald Classified All classified is payable *n advance at the rate of four cents a word the first insertion^ two cents a word thereafter at the Emerald Business Office. Classified deadline is 4:00 p.m. the day >rior to publication. NEED a thesis typed? Call Springfield 9620 for prompt, ac-t curate typing service. Choice of pica or elite type. Fifty cents per 1000 words. Minimum, fifty* cents. Free carbon copy. (134) APPLICATION PHOTOGRAPHS;' One day service. Call Nolph’s Salon. Phone 5847-W. Laraway. Bldg. (150) LOST: Plaster-framed glasses in tan leather case, near Commerce. Return to Mrs. Moore, YWCA, Reward. (131) I - '"I—g GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! I Bev’s Flying Service is now sponsoring a series of two-week contests to help YOU learn to fly. i Just give your reasons for wanting to learn in a ; letter of 1000 words or less if it is judged best, you will receive a solo flying course absolutely free. LEARN TO FLY The contests run two weeks each and you can enter as many as you choose. DON'T POSTPONE IT! Try for the thrill of a lifetime—Learn to fly the Bev’s way. BEV'S FLYING SERVICE 4 miles out lltli W. Phone 3690-J-3 I Furniture For Outdoor Living S \ f *'-» SPRING TERM IS THE TIME TO ENIOY THE OUTDOORS. 1 IN COLORFUL a COMFORTABLE < LAWN ! FURNITURE I FROM 0 Johnson Furniture Co.