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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1949)
Frenchmen Duel At Dawn
PIERRE MERINDOL, center, Parisian-type journalist, wards oti the advances of Armand Fevre, right,
a book salesman and Bonapartist, during a duel at dawn in the Senart Forest near Paris. Mcrindol’s
hand was cut, and both parties agreed that this( settled a point of honor. (AP Wire photo)
Stanley G. Swanberg, vice presi
dent and director of Botsford, Con
stantine, and Gardiner Advertising
agency will discuss various as
pects of advertising while on the
campus today and tomorrow un
der the sponsorship of Gamma Al
pha Chi, national women’s adver
Swanberg will talk to the copy
writing, advertising production,
and general advertising classes.
The Retail Merchants’ association
is sponsoring a luncheon today. At
a 2 to 4 section this afternoon he
will discuss “New Horizons in Ad
vertising’’ at the Kappa Alpha
This evening Swanberg will
make the main address at a ban
quet sponsored jointly by Gamma
Alpha Chi and Alpha Delta Sigma,
women’s and men’s national ad
vertising frafernities, for their
Swanberg is a member of the
educational committee, American
Association of Advertising Agen
cies, an instructor and lecturer in
the college of business adminis
tration, University of Chicago, and
an instructor in advertising cours
es in the extension division of the
University of California.
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is growing smaller. Currency re
strictions and the dollar shortage
make it increasingly difficult for
students to obtain the necessary
funds to maintain themselves
W’hile they are here. Each year
numbers of available tuition
scholarships go unfilled because
THERE IS NO lack of interest
in student interchange, however.
The Institute of International
Education last year received
more than 35,000 inquiries from
people in all walks of life con
cerning the exchange program,
and currently letters are pouring
in at the rate of 150,000 a year.
In 1948-49 the institute sponsored
1,040 foreign students and spe
cialists studying on scholarships
in this country.
The 1948-49 census is based on
a poll of 2,512 institutions in this
country—about 900 more than
have ever been polled before. Pre
viously the census recorded in
formation from only 1,623 insti
Jobs Listed For
Opportunities for graduating sen
iors continue to come in to the grad
uate placement office in Emerald
Announcements arrived yester
day of stenographer and typist ex
aminations for the Federal civil
service and a position with Stokely
Van Camp food distributors and
A representative of the American
National Insurance corporation will
be on the campus Thursday.
For further information about
these opportunities, contact the
graduate placement office.
Exams Today At 4
Mawe-up exams in rhetoric 111
and 112 for those students with in
complete fall or winter grades will
be given at 4 p.m. today in room 20
English 101 and 102 exams will
be given at 4 p.m. Thursday in
room 20 Friendly.
USA Election Rally
The USA will hold a snowball
rally preceding the ASUO election
assembly this afternoon.
The rally will begin at 3:30 p. m.
in front of the Phi Kappa Sigma
house. Proceed down down Alder to
13th, up 13th to University, and up
University to McArthur court.
Today s Staff
Bob Reed, Tom Panages
Jim Davis, editor; Frank Fairly.
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and hiring of a name band early.
3) Wipe out the deficit of almost
$600 which now burdens the class.
The Senior class platform for the
USA, as announced by Ron Phil
lips, candidate for No. 1 position,
1) Organization of all class offi
cers to plan social calendar and
work together to make class events
a financial success.
2) Joint promotion of all-cam
pus social events; as assemblies,
dances, and rallies, with other
The USA wants as candidates
thinking people who will accept
responsibility as individuals, who
will act for no single organization
or group, but who will be respon
sible to all University students.
The USA wants to provide suf
ficient student government for all
of the students. We are tired of a
party for a party’s sake; we want
a party for the University’s sake.
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members are a part of the student
body of the University of Oregon
and the student bodies to come.
As such, our purposes, our prom
ises, and our actions are guaranteed
by the necessity of remaining a re
sponsible entity up on the campus
of the future.
Going to a Dance?
A NEW DRESS may get
f the first dance — but good
dancing will get the second.
* No Charge for guest lesson
and dance analysis.
Monday through Friday
10 A.M.. ’Til 10 P.M.
Saturday until 6 P.M.
jjaaklifn'l Chance Studio
24 West 7th Phone 235-W
Program Scheduled for Meeting
Of Oregon Parents and Teachers
Oregon students and faculty
members will participate in the
36th convention of the Oregon Con
gress of Parents and Teachers, be
ginning in Eugene today at the
Methodist church and continuing
Under the direction of Charles
P. Schleicher, professor of politi
cal science, a panel of four from
the University will discuss “Living
in a World Community’’ at 10 a.m.
Those participating in the panel
include Leslie John Martin and
Chi-Ming Hou, graduate assistants
in journalism and economics re
spectively. Martin is from Great
Britain and Hou from China. Emi
ly Diamant from Austria and Nev
ille Clark from Tobago, British
West Indies, complete the panel
Student folk dancing, under the
direction of Rosamond Wentworth,
associate professor of physical edu
cation, will be demonstrated Tues
day night from 9 to 10 p.m. The
University Singers, directed by
LOST — On lower campus, green
wool jacket with light leather
sleeves—Reward, call Tom Chap
man 1024. 119
MEALS—Close to campus. 611 E.
15th Ave. 4932-R. 123
Donald Allton, assistant professor
of organ and theory, will perform
at the noon luncheon on the same
Leading general singing for the
meeting will be Maude Garnett,
associate professor of public school
Theme of the entire conference
of parents and teachers is "Corner
stones for Living—Home, School,
Church and Community.”
for picnic and
The Junior Prom
is almost here!
Have your formal
or suit cleaned
FAME IN CORDAY
Every woman is entitled to
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