Oregon Exchanges/Volume 5/Number 5

Oregon Exchanges, Volume 5  (1922)  edited by George Stanley Turnbull
Number 5

Oregon Exchanges

For the Newspaper Men of the State of Oregon



Vol. 5
No. 5
Eugene, Oregon, July, 1922


CORVALLIS CONVENTION CHANCE TO MIX PLEASURE WITH BUSINESS

FROM Cottage Grove comes the word that arrangements for the program are coming along nicely, and from Corvallis are gleaned the tidings that everybody over there, from the commercial club to the college, is getting ready to give the Oregon editors the time of their careers

job shop, trade journalism,

headlines,

the country newspaper, the Non-Partisan League, free-publicity propaganda, features, ethics.

Tentative plans for the program were made at Corvallis Sunday, June 12, when details were discussed by Mr. Bede, John

when they assemble there July 20 for a

'1'. Hoblitt of the Silverton Appeal, Dean

two-day session.

Allen and George Turnbull of the School of Journalism, and C. E. Ingalls and G. L. Hard of Corvallis. The meeting took the form of a dinner at the Corvallis

All this sounds tempting for the editors and publishers. While statistics on the subject are decidedly incomplete as yet, it is assumed that when the day rolls

around not many of the scribes who can

Country Club, situated in a scenically ideal setting. The foretaste of Corvallis

possibly get away from their several sanctums will be among the missing.

thought, augnred well for the convention.

President Bede, upon whose shoulders rests the white man’s burden of leading the program committee in its efforts to

hospitality, members of the committee The committee at Corvallis has learned that the Corvallis Commercial club in tends to cooperate to the fullest extent,

provide something better than usual in

as will also the Oregon Agricultural Col

addresses and discussions, writes that round-tables upon subjects dear to the be featured at the convention. This, while

lege. The commercial club will give the editors a banquet Friday evening. Coach Rutherford of O. A. C. has agreed to open the college swimming tanks to

generally conceded to be the most difficult

aquatic sports, and the editors who de

hearts and pocketbooks of the editors will

sort of a program to put across success

light in swimming will be able to “disport

fully, is equally well recognized as of the greatest benefit to association members, and the president has determined to learn if the members will do their part in mak

themselves,” while those who do not can dance or look on, as the water stunts will probably afford considerable amusement.

ing their own program a success. He thinks they will, or he would not be doing

the thing that way. The range of subjects is wide, including advertising rates,subscription prices,c0sts, advertising agencies, the radio, the legal rate, syndicate features, job shop or no

Arrangements are being made to park the editors in one of the big dormitories at the college, so that they can all be together and close to the scene of opera tions.

It is planned to take the whole crowd on Saturday over to Newport, where the

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