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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1940)
Awarded to 79
Seventy-nine University of Ore
gon students will enroll for junior
work with honors privileges this
fall, Clifford Constance, assistant
registrar, announced last, night.
This honor is granted all men
and women who have completed
two years’ work with a cumulative
GPA of 2.75 or better.
Architecture and Allied Arts:
Stanley L. Hanson, Randall Conrad
Imler, Marian Elizabeth Marks,
Daniel Eugene Mercer.
Arts and Letters: Jeanne Marie
DeNeffe, Bette Louise Morfitt,
Ruth Margaret Sprecher.
Business Administration: Allen
Hays Adams, Erank Henry Al
brecht, Richard Dean Blickenstaff.
Dowell A. Callis, Robert William
Currin, William Wayne Kelty, Ar
line Lewis, Elmer Harold Olson,
! Tva Lee Prevett, Eugenia Mae Rob
ertson, Fred Marvin Slade, Milton
Morris Small, Charlotte Yvonne
Smith, Richard Taylor Smith, Fred
George Stickels, Jr., Eathel Lillian
Sutton, Richard Allen Warren,
Edwin McFall Wheeler, John Ed
Education: Marian Christenson,
Isolde Marie Eichenlaub, .Tames
English: Marjory Eileen Clear,
Florence Gordon, Otillia Hofstet
ter, Mary A. Krafsic, Patricia
Fleming Lawson, Alice Olene Lu
vaas, Florence Esther McCoy,
Learn to Dance
Dancing is more popular than ever
. r,(1 for the fall quarter
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fun of going 1" oolU g *
.c Tronifl Moffett has tangU
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College Students Only
NEW BEGINNERS' CLASS
Starts Wednesday, Oct. 9, 8 p.m.
10 lessons, $630
Private Lessons by ApP*"^"1
t oUis Moffett
Direction -7 LOUl&
Merrick Dance Studio
Co-op Has Emeralds
Students not living in dorms,
co-ops, or Greek houses may re
eeive their eopies of file Oregon
Daily Emerald at the University
Those unable to obtain eopies,
phone Oregon Daily Emerald,
Circulation Manager, 3300-354.
Janet Evangeline Morris, Lois R.
Northing, Elizabeth S. Plainkton,
Phyllis Mae Sanders, Marguerite
Lucile Sappington, Norma Meserve
Tully, Michi Yasui.
History: Nicholas Valentinovich
Journalism: Helen Lucile Angel],
Kenneth Romain Boyle, Fred Oak
ley May, Patricia Parker.
Law: Gene Lee Brown, LeRoy
Russell Elliott, Alvin John Gray,
Douglas Lawson Hay, Lauriel El
mer Hopkins, Toshiro Inahara,
J. B. Shank, Jerry, Joseph Thomp
son, Allen H. Toole, Louis Scott
Torgeson, Howard Karl Zimmer
Music: Edna Rebecca Anderson,
Jean Burt, Robert Lewis Carlson,
Robert Bruce Wilson.
Physical Education: Hazel Old
Psychology: Carol June Telford.
Science: Jeanne Marian Haehlen,
Jerome W. Handshuh, Gerald Hues
tis, Bessie V. Kamarad, James
Alan King, Clinton S. McGill, Dan
iel M. Martin, Robert W. Toon,
Social Science: Alice Joy Friz
zell, Ruth Hall, Beva Leila Nelson,
Barbara Helena Todd.
Sociology: Margaret S. Young.
as low as
of former prices
AVe have all the
1 a t e s t numbers
and the best of
39 East 10th Ave
Foot of University
Faced by a problem of increased
traffic danger from additions to
the architecture and allied arts
building, the registrar's office an-!
nounced yesterday that the road
way connecting University street
with the Pacific highway will re
main closed to student travel in
The decision was reached fol
lowing long consideration of the
traffic problem along the south
ern side of the University campus.
According to Dr. Earl M. Pallett,
registrar, the proposed highway
development near Eleventh street
would soon close the roadway any
Permanent improvements for
this area have been blueprinted
by the University and these will
be aided by a WPA grant. They
include a new concrete walk on
the south side of the architecture
and allied arts building.
Signs pointing out the dead-end
street have been placed at bot^i
ends of the forbidden roadway, Dr.
To Start Fridag
Oregon’s All-American yearbook,
the 1941 Oregana, will go on sale
in McArthur court (luring regis
tration Friday and Saturday, Dick
Williams, business manager, said
Sales this year are expected to
shatter last year’s record of 2300
books, Williams said. Those wish
ing to order the book should do
so at registration, he added, to in
sure enough books being printed.
Word is being awaited from the
National Collegiate press on the
ratingfor the 1940 Oregana, last
year's publication. The yearbook
rated Pacemaker in 1936, All
American in 1937 and 1939, and
first class in 1938.
'Touch Wood' Set
As Opening Plag
First on the schedule for plays
this season is Dodie Smith's Eng
lish comedy, ‘‘Touch Woo d.”
“Touch Wood” makes its second
appearance on the campus October
18, 19 and possibly the 23rd. Its
premiere was during the summer
session when it played four nights
to capacity houses.
Horace W. Robinson will again
direct, and the cast will be the
same except for a few minor
For The Oregana
I he above, statement is an exerpt from one of the countless
letters we receive each year from purchasers of the
Oregana thanking us for reserving their copy.
Order YOUR copy of the 1941 OREGANA
during registration for $5 or inquire about our
EASY PAYMENT PLAN.
$1 reduction with full payment
of your Athletic Card.
iding Is Fun.
But it's more fun
if you know
how to ride well
Arrangements can be made
for Elementary and Advanced
RID l4N 0
Transportation provided FREE to and from University
Register at the Igloo during registration
and receive University credit for riding.
Riding School and Stables
M. F. ROHN, Proprietor H. C. TOBIN, Instructor
Phone 2603 — Located at the Fairgrounds
Like Your Fathers Before You
Since 1 883 The. First National Bank of
Eugene has not only extended its ser
vices to students, but also has been very
active in supporting the University and
its activities in a material manner.
THE twenty-eight University of Oregon alumni and for
mer students of our staff invite you to visit the bank
and get acquainted. A home-owned and home-managed
institution, the bank has been giving University students
frendly, efficient banking service for over 56 years. As in
the past we are anxious to do our part toward making your
school year a real success. We hope to be able to count you
among our student friends.
Edwin R. Bryson, Director
Lawrence T. Harris, Director
Richard Shore Smith, President
Darwin Bristow, Vice President
L. S. McCready, Cashier
Walter H. Banks, Asst. Cashier
Wayne M. Akers, Asst. Cashier
R. W. Kimberling, Trust Officer
Marjorie Louise Bates
Harold H. Berg
Gordon C. Brunton
Francis G. Everson
Ernest V. Fredrickson
J. Wesley Haines
Ray G. Hegberg
Delbert V. Hill
Linley H. Lutz
Evelyn M. Wood
Hay C. Houghton
John H. Wilson
The First National Bank of Eugene
--Member federal Deposit -Insurance Corporation/ • '