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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1949)
At Side Today
Regular members and recent
pledges to Sigma Delta Chi, na
tional professional journalism fra
ternity, will meet at the Side for
a noon luncheon today.
According to chapter president,
Larry Lau, the meeting will be as
brief as possible to enable SDX
members to attend one o’clock
Purpose of the meeting is to h^ar
final committee reports on the ban
quet-initiation scheduled for Feb
ruary 10 at the Eugene hotel.
Pledges will also be told their du
ties and part in next week’s affair.
Tickets for the banquet will be sold
at today’s meeting and pledges
should come prepared to pay their
national and local initiation fees.
At last week’s meeting, SDX
members elected Dan Sellard
vice-president of the organization
to fill the position left vacant by
the new president, Larry Lau.
X<au assumed the office after Don
McNeil resigned. Also appointed
at that time was an SDX executive
board. Executive board members
include Lau, Sellard, Secretary Roy
Williams, Treasurer Warren Mack,
Adviser Gordon Sabine, and two
members-at-large, Rick Revenaugh
and Kirk Braun, ’'ft 11|]||
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OSC Veterans Advise Couples
Not to Marry Until Graduation
Although in general they’re sat
isfied with their own student
family arrangements, OSC married
veterans advise collegiate engaged
couples to wait until after gradua
tion before taking the aisle journey.
This conclusion was reached by
Mrs. Florence Aller in a study of
36 student veteran families, each
v/ith one or more children. Mrs. Al
ler is completing her work for a
master’s degree in home economics
at Oregon State college.
“Finish college before marriage,”
the veteran couples advise students
of normal college age. Fifty-eight
per cent of the men and 51 per cent
of the women interviewed were of
If children are postponed until
after graduation, one-third of both
men and women recommended mar
riage during college.
Speaking from their own experi
ence, all but two families reported
that they had found it necessary to
supplement their GI income by
working, drawing on savings, or
Children in the home make study
conditions more difficult, they
agreed; however, they add incen
tive. This may account for the fact
that, as a group, married students
lead in GPAs at State, and those
with children rate highest in the
Herself a mother and the wife of
a veteran completing his studies
for a doctorate in biology, Mrs. Al
ler is now an instructor in house
hold administration at the college.
Skating Party Sunday
A roller skating party will be
held by Wesley and Westminster
houses Sunday from 2- to 5 p. m.
After meeting at Westminster at 2
o’clock, the group will go to Nash
holm’s roller rink to skate.
At 5:30 they will have dinner at
Following a joint meeting of the
two houses, a movie, “Beyond Our
Own” will be shown.
All students who would like to
attend must make reservations at
either of the two houses before Fri
Women's Summer Jobs
Positions are now open for wo
men students interested in working
in camp positions this summer.
Dorothy R. Mohr, associate profes
sor of physical education, announc
es that requests are already coming
Applicants are asked to call ex
tension 226, and give their name,
address, telephone number, age,
minimum acceptable salary, type
work desired, and experience as
camper and counselor.
Nancy Baughman and George
Armen will speak at the biology
seminar tomorrow at 4 p. m. in
room 105, Deady hall. Their subject
will be “The Serological Specificity
of Proteins in Relation to Immun
Grad Record Tests
Spencer J. Carlson, director of
the University counselling service,
yesterday issued a reminder to all
students who have signed up for
graduate record tests that they will
be held Monday at 1 p. m. and Tues
day at 9 a. m. in 213 Emerald hall.
ISA Meeting Tonight
An ISA meeting will be held at
6:30 tonight in room 105 commerce
WAA Carnival Tickets
Tickets for the annual WAA car
nival to be held on February 18, are
now on sale in all living organiza
tions, according to Barbara Ness,
chairman of the committee in
charge of sales.
Athletic chairmen in women’s
houses will handle the ticket sales,
as will special representatives in
the men’s organizations.
The carnival will be held in the
unfinished gym in the men’s p. e.
building, and tickets will be on sale
in the coop and at the door.
Tennis Petitions Due
Girls interested in being in
charge of the tennis intramurals,
held spring term, must have their
petitions in by 5 p. m. today at the
Delta Gamma house.
^he main requirement is organi
zational ability, said Bep McCour
rey, president of WAA. Playing
ability is not essential, she added.
Copyeditors: Tom Freara, Larry
Meiser, Chuck Grell.
Night staff: Bob Downs, Joan
Skordahl, Wally Benson, JoAnne
Hewitt, Frances Healey, Marilyn
Solicitors: Shirley Dutton, Kathy
Layout staff: Jim Crisman, Bar
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Truman s No s
(Continued from page one)
statements Stalin made last Sun
day in response to questions from
an American news correspondent,
Kingsbury Smith of the Interna
tional News Service. Stalin fol
lowed up today with a wire to
Smith bidding for a meeting with
Truman in Russia, Poland or
The substance of Stalin’s state
ments Sunday was that he would
be prepared to consider joint issu
ance of a “peace declaration” with
the United States, that he had no
i objection to a meeting with Pres
j ident Truman, that Russia natur
ally . would cooperate with the
, United States in disarmament un
der such a “pact of peace” and that
the Berlin blockade would be lift
ed on certain conditions.
Acheson made two major points:
1. He asserted that the United
States would "not discuss with any
nation any matter of direct interest
to other nations without the partic
ipaion of the representatives of
those other nations.”
2. As for a “peace" declaration,
Acheson said he found this sug
gestion “puzzling.” Russia, the
United States and all other U.N.
members are already pledged “by
most solemn treaty commitments
not to engage in war with one an
other"” he said.
President Truman, Acheson said,
had made an emphatic declaration
in support of United Nations com
mitments in his inaugurating
speech. Acheson added that he con
sidered Stalin’s statement that he
was' prepared to consider such a
declaration a ‘‘triumph of caution.”
Acheson left the way open for
Premier Stalin to come to Wash
ing'ton if he wants to. But the sec
retary’s rejection of any discussion
of outstanding world problems,
coupled with his rejection of the
peace declaration as a meaningless
gesture, made it clear that in his
view a Truman-Stalin meeting here
could be only a sort of good will
and social affair.
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