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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1951)
Press Conference Today
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•n “I Hate Newspaper columns.”
Keene will present the annual Eric
W. Allen Memorial Kund address;
Clifford McDowell, manager of
NEA-Acme Newsplcturea in San
Francisco, will speak on "Bringing
the War Home In Pictures"; and n
panel, composed of three Oregon
editors, Charles A. Sprague, Ore
gon Statesman; Bill Robinson.
Madras Pioneer; and Owen Cof
fin, Wallowa County Chieftain,
Enterprise, will discuss "How Can
Editorial Pages Stimulate Better
Sigma Delta Chi, professional '
journalism fraternity, will hold
public initiation at 4:30 p.m. in
the Student Union.
Banquet Set for 0:30 p.m.
Sabine will preside at the an
nual banquet held in the Eugene
Hotel at 6:30 p.m. tonight. The
Eugene Gleemen, led by Theodore]
Kratt, dean of the School of Music, j
will provide the banquet entertain
ment. Winners of the Newspaper
Week Essay Contest will be pre
sented with their awards.
Murray M. Moler, intermountain
manager for the United Press, who
recently returned from the war
zone, will address the group cm
Breakfasts for daily and weekly
newspaper groups and Press Wom
en of Oregon will be held Saturday
morning at the Eugene Hotel.
Yoshiko Seki. special student in
journalism, will address the press
women on her experiences when
she was touring with Emperor
Hirohito of Japan as an imperial
staff secretary after Allied occupa
Following the Jjreakfaata the
daily and weekly forums will dis
CUS8 "Cost Cutting."
May to Lead Business Meeting
The semi-annual business meet
ing of the Oregon Newspaper Pub
lishers' Association will be held at
11:30 Saturday morning with Pre
sident Walter W. R. May presid
At the concluding: luncheon, Art
Lee, public relation* director of the
Atomic Energy Commission's Arco,
Idaho, project will speak on "Re-,
porting the Atom."
Lee was graduated from the XJn 1 -
versity of Minnesota School of
Journalism in 1936, and served as
reporter on the Minot, N. D., Dally
News; published the Honan, Mon
tana, Pioneer: worked for Press I
Associated; and served on the!
editorial staff of Better Homes and '
Gardens prior to his present posi- \
tion with A EC.
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Maxwell said Wednesday that i
the aim of the bulletin is to offer i
a balanced fare of propaganda and
fact. The article in uii.pute, he
said, "stood as pure propaganda.
We merely passed it on and its
publication does not mean we be
lieve in it.”
Pamphlets from the Internation
al Union of .Students are received
monthly by student leaders, Moun
tain said Thursday. The informa
tion is designed to attract students
of varying religious, political, and
cultural situations towards anti
"The International Union of Stu
dents attempts to appeal t« stu
dents through a false cry for peace
and an attack against the use of
the atomic bomb,” Mountain stat
ed. Representatives of the group
consist largely of persons living in
"Iron Curtain” countries, Moun
tain said, but also include individ
uals from South America, Great
Britain, anil the United States.
Pro-communist literature which
has been received by the ASI'O of
fice has been used to reveal Red
propaganda methods and its anti
American appeal has been ignored,
• IF YOU ARE GOING TO THE
SENIOR BALL, KEEP IN MIND
THE STUDENT UNION SODA
BAR WILL BE OPEN*
• DURING INTERMISSION AND
AFTER THE DANCE, DROP
IN AND REFRESH.
* If you’re not going to the Sr. Ball you’re welcome
Sr. Ball Special
(C tw tin ued from l>n<ir one)
Rebec's will stipulated that Co
Ed Housing has only possessor}
title to the property, apd that It
should pass to the slate If tlx
cooperative should disband 01
change its purpose.
Court Set Tax Value
The court set a value on tlx
house for taxing purposes on tlx
basis of testimony stating that tlx
group had paid $.V> a month rent
to Rebec during his lifetime. At
torncys for the state treasure!
were instructed to draw an ordei
calling for payment of u slmilai
amount to the state.
This payment would continue
"for an Indefinite period" wliilt
Co-Ed Housing occupies the pro
A bigamist was put on the broon
and mop squad In nn Ohio Jail. AI
Just like home.
Graduate Accepts Klamath Falls Job
Francis L. Mathews, University
graduate In psychology, has ac
cepted a position as probation of
ficer for luvenlle delinquents in
Mathews is rated as an excel
lent counsellor by Howard K. Tay-1
lor, head of the psychology de-1
The n*-w probation officer, who
will be atatloned at Klamath Kalin,
ban been working for hia maatrra
degree on campua thin year.
War la tne acience or aestruc
FOR A GOOD TIME
It's Willamette Park!
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
for its easy upkeep...
in blouses from
soft to tailored
'You’ll wear and wear yours...
because they’re so easy to keep
fresh, so well made, so smartly
styled! And what buys at this
Penney price! Quilting trimmed,
tailored, lace touched...white,
pink, lime, aqua, beige. 32-38.