11 a.m.—HEAR REV. DON LONIE Youth Speaker Recently in l'.urope ‘•THE LAST LINE OF DEFENSE’ (Broadcast over RASH) t>;45 a.m.—-University Class—Fred Beard) lcachet 7:30 p.m. "The Cost of Discipleship" I Rev. Alexander Mersdort, Associate Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Broadway at High fytyeAh Bread and Pastry -^baily • SPECIALS • Coffee $.0? cup-Ice Cream ?.4l> qt. • Bear Claws and Jelly 1 wist* S.Oc 0 Deluxe Hamburgers and Sandwiches “Eat them here or take them with you!” EUGENE BAKING COMPANY 13th & PATTERSON Sp/iiMXftUne JEWELRY SPECIALS • BRACELETS • COMPACTS • NECKLACES U niversityj J e welry 849 E. 13th ACROSS FROM SIGMA-CHI Complete Jewelry SERVICE r High Schoolers Seen on 'Quad' UNIVERSITY OF OREGON (Special) Hundreds of Oregon high school seniors began their 1 descent on the campus today to part ielpt.te in the second annual Duck. Preview weekend. Well known prep school personalities from every corner of the state i were observed in the Student I n ' ion. the various living organiza tions, the Side, and Just around the quad. A Silverton contingent of Norma ' Honshu\v, tiary Gustufson, and ! (ieorge Johnson were seen over I Cokes in the Fishbowl. Also there were Medfordites Astrhl Adams, Bob Bosworth, and Nancy Cutlng ham. i Eastern Oregonians Harold Swarthout and Betty Stewart from Burns; Gary Meyer and Maurice Bell from Pendleton: Jane Bolton. Prineville: George Kern. John Day; and Betty Bunnell, Bend, were re marking on the fine weather of Western Oregon. Iuixinu Oatney, Cottage C.rovc, was wearing a red face after she , found out her reply curd stated ! •fraternity" for a housing prefer ence. Another Lion on campus is Bril Hillikrr. From the Hose City come Shirle Archibald. C arol Norbcrg, Jim Bar field, aiul Dick Davenport. They were as equally impressed with goings on as sniall-towners I-ayne Denning, Central Point: Roma Fisher. Veneta: Sue Mlkkelscn, Mill City: Rod Inman. Cutler City: Harry Reeder, Dayton: and I.oisann Wright, Yoncalla. Willamette valley residents who made the trip include Oregon City’s Mary Gibbons and Bill Bauer; Loris Larson and Charles Schultz from Woodburn; Vivian Taylor. Aurora: and Hex Davis, Milwaukie. Coastal citizens seen register ing in the SIT were Ardice Hough ton, Florence: Lynda Moore, As toria: Chuck Wlsneiwski, Taft; and Bill ( boat, North Bend. Capital City students Dick Fost i er and Marilyn Blakely were ex pounding on the merits of Salem to Jean Piercy, Hillsboro, and Patt Bailey, Newberg. Jerry Aiken, Charles Nelson, and Naomi Brooks all from right across the street in Eugene—were comparing notes with Aggieville deserters Carolyn Colby and Nancy : Kearden. cM-eif tyav cMujJ* School Setuo'iA IT'S OPEN HOUSE JUST FOR YOU AT THE S.U. “I pot trampled by the Duck Previewists at the S.U." • SODA FOUNTAIN—Sanwdiches, shakes, sodas • BILLIARDS, Snooker, too • PING PONG, seven tables • BARBER SHOP, complete facilities • LOUNGE, cool and comfortable • ART GALLERY * Make the "S. U." your headquarters for fun and relaxation Paper Says N\ac To Take U.S. Job Compiled by Phil Bettens From the wire* of Associated Press Rumors over On. MacArtluir's next m«»\«• were rife through out the country today. Tin' Chicago I tails News reported that it had learned lie would accept a $100,000 a year job with Remington Rand Inc., a type writer and business’ firm. The paper saiil it got its information from a reliable informant close to the corporation. This was con firmed late Thursdav night by officials of the company. Other publications were getting into the act. Newsweek, a weeklv news magazine, took full page advertisements in many papers Thursilav to print a message from General MacArthur. According to New>week. Mac \rthur told them that eh had never received any joint Allied statement on policy in Korea I)iH'er i uces over poliev matters were responsible for his dismissal. And Joe Martin ( R„ Mass.) said that "there is a possibiltv that MacArthur will lly hack to the t inted States next week to ad dress Congress. A resolution inviting the general to appear at a joint meeting of the House and Senate is now before the llou-o rules committee for action. The Truman Administration is Putting the U. S. . . . . . .ill grave Junker of a terrible new w#r, charged Senator Kenneth Wherry (R., Neb.i in a radio speech Thursday night. Wherry lashed out at the president, his "bayonet generals" and the "radical clique" declaring in a nationwide 1MBS1 broadcast: “The pygmies can not bring down this giant i MacArthur tower of strength and deserving idol of the American people Wherry charged that the "zigzag, inept foreign policy” of the presi dent and Secretary of State Dean Acheson brought the nation "to the brink of another world war" a land war with Kussia that Wheiiy said would bring "wanton destruction” of untold American lives. Wherry, the Senate’s Republican leader, gave his party's answer to last night's speech in which the president said he fued MacArthur for policies that threatened to start World War III. This statement. Wherry declared, "is resented by every thinking American familiar with the glorious record of this great statesman, soldier, patriot.” And Senator Robert Taft (R., Ohio) Also Spoke Out. saying preventio nof World War III •'cannot now be accomplished without an aggressive war against Communist China. He .said Gen. Mac Arthur spoke up on foreign policy because of a "justified fear" the United Slates would end the Korean war by ap peasement. Said Taft in a speech to the Yale Engineering Association Thursday m New York: "If the original sending of American troops to Korea was to prevent World Warm, then that purpose has been long com pletely lost from sight. "It cannot now be accomplished without an aggressive war against Communist China and a punishment of the aggressor, as the North Koreans were punished." That MacArthur Was About to Resign.. . .. .when Truman fired him is the opinion of a columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times, Irv Kupctnet. He said he got his information from "a man in the military program” whose name he could not reveal. A similar story was broadcast Wednesday night by commentator Morgan. Beatty, reporting it as a "rumor from high place in the capital." Congress Is Talking About Impeaching. .. .. .^resident Truman, and the president in a telephone conversation with Senator Tobey (R.. N. H.) has invited them to “(Jo right ahead." The senator said hereceived a phone call from Mr. Truman after Tobey had otld a Senate banking subcommittee Monday that the Pre sident could be impeached it he suppressed evidence about Recon struction Finance Corporation Loans. Mr. Truman has claimed that he knows of certain Congressmen who have accepted fees in connec tion with the loans. md Mr. Truman, during the conversation, said he understood T(W-y was "going to have me impeached.” Tobey denied this; and then the president said: "If you want to have me impeached, you just go right ahead and I’ll help you." (Should Truman be impeached a legal process whereby he is brought to trial before the Senate it will be the first Lime such action has been taken against a President since 1868 when President Andrew Johnson was impeached, and found not guilty by the Senate. The House of Representative has the sole power to impeach government officials; the Senate is the group that holds the trial. It requires a 2 3 vote of all Senators present to convict.) The Biggest Jet Fighter Battle in History... . . . took place over northeast Korea Thursday. A total of 152 planes participated in the dogfight. Seventy-two American jets engaged an estimated 50 Russian-made A1IG jet fighter planes. Four Russian planes were destroyed and 13 dam aged, according to Fifth Air Force estimates. To Draft-or Not to Draft... . . . college students is the big question on Capitol Hill today next to the MacArthur affair. The House voted against the present tests set up to defer college students. The House also knocked out of the omnibus draft bill a provision that would have allowed White youths to request assignment to military units that do not contain Negroes. The Un-American Activities Committee. .. . . . —almost forgotten in the present turmoil heard Screen Writer Richard J. Collins name more than 20 Hollywood figures as one-time Communist party members. His list included writers Bud Schulberg ;xPd Ring Lardner Jr., and Producer Robert Rossen. He also told the committee that he had attended "close to 5,000 hours of (Communist) meetings.” The committee also denied that a summons to testify before it auto matically "black lists” the witness in question.