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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1928)
llinois University Gives
Lon L. Fuller has resigned his
position as associate professor of
aw in the university law school,
and will leave soon to take over a
similar one in the University of 11
inois school of law, it was an
nounced today. The resignation was
accepted at a meeting of the Uni
jj versity Board of Regents, held last
Mr. Fuller has been at Oregon for
the past two years. He is a gradu
ate of Stanford, where he was an
outstanding student for several
years, according to Charles E. Car
penter, dean of the Oregon law
“Mr. Fuller has been very suc
cessful in his teaching since ho has
been with us,’’ continued the dean.
Mr. Fuller’s successor will be
Bernard C. Gavit, a graduate of Wa
bash College, Indiana, and of Chi
cago University. While at Chi
cago he was a member of the Order
of the Coif, national law honorary
society, captain of the university
track team, and editor of the col
lege daily. His college career was
interrupted by two years of wfir
service, one of which was spent in
He is highly recommended by the
dean of the Chicago law school,
James P. Hall, wrho calls him “a
man of intellectual and scholarly
tastes, and an attractive personal
Grads and Specials
To Register March 26
Information cards must be filed
by graduate students and those tak
ing only one or two courses in the
University on registration day,
March 26. A special table will be
placed on the lower floor of the Ad
ministration Building with the cards
to be filed by graduate students.
The' regular information cards for
as usual, from men stationed on the
first floor of the Administration
Latest record dance hits—Bruns
wick and Victor. Lara way’s.
“Walter Pater as Aesthetic
Critic,” by Associate Prof. S.
Stephenson Smith. Class—Criticism.
108 Villard, 9 a. m.
“Problems of Conservation of
Economic Resources,” by Assistant
Prof. Donald M. Erb. Class—Eco
nomic History. 105 Deadv, 9 a. m.
Greater Oregon committee, district
9, will meet this afternoon at
4:30 in room 101 Journalism build
Women’s League tea this afternoon
in Alumni hall from 4 to 6.
To-Ko-JLiO meets tonight at 7:3a
College Side Inn. Sophomore mem
Last social swim of term, Friday,
at 7:30. *
Warner Museum will be closed dur
ing spring vacation. With the
opening of spring term the mu
seum will be closed Sundays and
open every week day at from
2 to 4.
Greater Oregon representatives of
Clackamas and Multnomah coun
ties meet with Charles W. fteed,
in room 103, Journalism Shack,
at,£ p. m.
Frosh commission will meet at 4:30
today. AH freshmen women in
Wesley club line party to “The Stu
dent Prince” postponed from Fri
day to Saturday, March 10. Mem
bers meet at Methodist church at
7:15 p. m.
April Frolic—Girls interested in
making designing for April Frolic
call Virginia Manning at 18 be
fore March 14.
Library mil be open from 8 a. m.
lo 6 p. m. every day except Sun
day during spring vacation.
Beauty chorus and men’s chorus re
hearsals Friday at 4 o ’clock at
Mrs. Davis, Campus
Mrs. Henry Prescott Davis, direc
tor of the halls of residence, has
improved from her illness to the
extent that she, will be discharged
from the College ,Crest Pacific
Christian hospital today to recuper
ate in her home, it is learned. Mrs.
DaVis has been confined for over
a week with a bad case of pneu
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An extraordinary line
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Work To Be Sent
To Art Exhibition!
Entries Included from All
An exhibit of student work from !
■ the University of Oregon school of
j architecture and allied arts will be!
! sent to the convention of the Pacific j
Arts Association at Seattle, Wash-1
ington, the first part of April, it was
announced by Nowland B. Zane,
chairman of the exhibition commit-!
tfet and professor of interior desiguJ
The exhibit is being prepared now,
said Mr. Zane, and will include
work from almost every department
of the school. The exhibits of school
work will be the most comprehen
sive ever seen in the Pacific North
west for work from many other
schools of art in the west will be ■
j shown at the gallery of the Seattle j
Fine Arts Society, along with the
j exhibit from the University of Ore-1
I gon. This will enable the work of ;
the different schools to be compared
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fares and convenient travel service
'via Southern Pacific
Go by train or use the new, de
luxe silver-gray motor-coaches, sur
prisingly comfortable and specially
built for this service. Your rail
tickets, unless specially restricted,
are good ert the motor-coaches,
To Albany, Salem, Portland
Trains 2:55, 4:50 a. m.; 3:00,
Motor Coaches 7:30,9:40,10:30
a.m.; 2:31, 4:30 p.m.
Motor Coaches 7:30,10:30a.m.;
Trains 1:35 a.m.; 12:05 p.m.
Motor Coaches 3:05, 7:50 p.m.
To Medford, Ashland
Trains, 1:35 a.m., 12:05 pm.
Motor Coaches 3; 05 p.m.
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In Shape For
If they’re not, have
them cleaned u p
now because you’ll
be too busy when
you first come
Don’t have any
thing on your mind
during spring vaca
tion — least of all,
nd will furnish an incentive for the
pupils, whose studies appear.
The Katherine B. Baker memorial
prize, given annually by the West
Seattle Art Club, will be awarded to
the best work of art which will bo I
selected by the jury of awards. An
honorable mention will bo given in
painting and sculpture.
A committee of the faculty is de
ciding upon the mounting of the
entries which the University of Ore
gon will send to, Seattle. Careful
consideration of the effect of the
exhibit as a ^hole must be given,
Mr. Zane explained, since the
mounts must be unifoTm to make the
exhibit itself a unit in mounting and
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mauager this year and will repre
sent the University in the National
Constitutional Oratorical contest to
be held in some Oregon college
town April 29. He is a junior in
Coach J. K. Horner has selected
J. C. Kendall, circuit judge of
Multnomah county, and W. B.
Wheeler, credit manager of Allen
and Lewis Company, Portland, as
two of the judges for tonight's de
bate. The third judge and the chair
man have not yet been chosen..
Many Debates Coming
The debate tonight will be the
beginning of a schedule that will
include nearly twenty contests
throughout the Pacific coast. On
rtheir journey through the Southwest,
McKeown Mid Durgan will meet
Stanford University, the University
of Southern California, the Univer
sity of California at Los Angeles,
Loyola College, and the University
of Arizona. Later the University
will enter the Northwest Triangular
contest, together with the Univer
sities of Washington and Idaho, gild
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the Oregon team that meets the j
Idahoans will continue its journey*
to Missoula, where it will debate
the University of Montana. South- .
western University, of Los Ango--|
les, will debate the University hero
during the term, and an Oregon team |
will meet Washington State College
The women varsity debaters have
scheduled contests with the Univer- ;
sities of Washington and Idaho, and
the freshmen men will meet Kugene !
Bible University, Lin field College,
Pacific University, ami Willamette
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