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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1950)
Oreaana Picks Upper Staff
Upper staff appointments on the1
1951 Oregana, which goes on sale
during registration this week, were
announced Tuesday by Editor
Ruth Landry and Business Man
ager Bob Schooling.
Associate editors will be Kathy
Littlefield, layout; Bob Funk,
copy; and Pat Mullen, houses.
These three appointments are
subject to the approval of the Pub
Art editor will be Bonnie Birke
Yearbooks will be sold on the
partial payment plan again this
year, with two $3 payments tak
ing the place of the three S2 pay
ments, Schooling explained. Stu
dents may also pay the full ?6 im
On the business staff, Paul Pat
terson will be advertising man
ager: Jane Weber, executive secre
tary; and Bob Haugaard, pro
motion. Publicity director for both
editorial and business staffs is
Explaining the partial payment
plan, now going into its second
year, Schooling said that students
may pay $3 at registration now
and the other §3 winter teim.
This year's edition will be
about the same size as the 1950
book—around 400 pages—the edi
tor predicted. She plans to have
about the same amount of color,
Open house for students who
wish to work on the 1951 Oregana
will be scheduled sometime next
week, Miss Landry said. New stu
dents will be especially welcome,
We hear so much about better
autos being built—it's too bad we
can’t have better drivers to go
Many divorces are due to a stale
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Slated This Week
Prospective Emerald employees
are advised this week of stafi
meetings to be held Thursday ant
Positions are open as reporters
advertising workers, headline writ
ers, proof readers and type set
Previous newspaper experience
either professional or high school
is not necessary. All meetings will
be held in the Emerald quonset
on University Street next to the
At 9 a. m. Thursday, Managing
Editor Lorna Larson will meet
with prospective headline writers.
Business Manager Don Thompson
will talk to advertising workers
at the same time. Pete Cornacehia.
sports editor, will meet with those
interested in sports at 1 Thurs
day afternoon. Mary Hall, night
editor, will interview night staff
candidates at 9 a. m. Friday.
There are a 1 ot of countries
where happiness is scarce because
the people haven’t learned how tc
Theater Positions Open to Applicants ^
Application for University Thea
ter student positions are now be
ing accepted by Virginia Hall,
theater business manager, at the
theater box office.
Positions open include house
manager, checkroom manager, and
assistants for these jobs. These
positions are all non-paying, vol
Students who wish to
may contact Miss Hall for
terview or write a letter
cation to her.
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