Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 25, 1941, Page Twelve, Image 12

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    Faculty Members Return
From Leaves of Absence
Students returning to classes
Monday will find many changes
in faculty members. Besides 26
new names on the faculty roster,
there will be nine regular faculty
members who are returning this
year after leaves of absence.
Those returning from leaves in
clude: Lois Baker, law librarian;
John L. Casteel, associate profes
sor of speech, director of speech
division; L. S. Cressman, profes
sor of anthropology, head of de
partment; Russell K. Cutler, as
sistant professor of physical edu
cation: Warrine Eastburn, in
structor in physical education;
John T. Ganoe, associate profes
sor of history; Carlton E. Spen
cer, professor of law; Lloyd Sta
ples, instructor in geology, and
Harriet W. Thomson, professor
of physical education.
New faculty members are:
Wesley C. Ballaine, assistant pro
fessor of business administra
tion: Melva Fae Bull, instructor
in education; Fred Virgil Cahill,
instructor in political science;
Beverley S. Caverhill, reserve as
sistant in library, instructor; Ho
bart E. Collins, instructor in
physics and physical science sur
vey; Edward G. Daniel, minor
professor of business administra
tion; Arnold Elston, assistant
professor of music; Lloyd Faust,
assistant professor and research
assistant; Martha A. Foster,
senior assistant cataloger in li
brary, instructor; Donald Ken
neth Griffith, instructor in busi
ness administration; George Jette,
instructor in landscape architec
William Charles Jones, profes
sor of political science, head of
department; Clarice E. Krieg,
cataloging librarian, assistant
professor; Henry E. Kuchera, in
structor in education; Max Mc
Kinney, instructor in education;
Paul B. Means, professor of re
ligion; Kirt E. Montgomery, in
structor in speech; Dorotha E.
Moore, instructor in education;
Leon Mulling, instructor in edu
cation; Cecil t. Snyder, acting
director of news bureau, acting
assistant professor of journalism,
acting information assistant; Ar
nold L. Soderwald, instructor in
zoology (part-time); Donald G.
Thomas, instructor in chemistry;
Pierre J. Van Rysselberghe, as
sistant professor of chemistry;
Jack Wilkinson, instructor in
drawing and painting; Richard
C. Williams, acting educational
activities manager; Lisle M. Wy
att, assistant University physi
cian. assistant professor.
Faculty members who will be
on leave this year include: Alton
L. Alderman, assistant professor
of zoology; Anne L. Beck, profes
sor of music; George H. Godfrey,
associate professor of journalism.
associate in news bureau; Ray
mond C. Henrickson, instructor
in education; Carl L. Johnson, as
sistant professor of Romance lan
guages; F. C. Macomber, profes
sor of education; Philip A. Par
sons, professor of sociology, head
of department; George Root, edu
cational activities manager;
Merle A. Starr, instructor in
The following will he gone this
year because of resignation, re
tirement or expiration of con
tract: Adeline Adams, law libra
rian; Robert Anderson, instructor
in business administration; Bea
trice Barker, cataloging librarian
(part time); James D. Barnett,
professor political science (part
time); Frances R. Bascom, in
structor in education; James R.
Branton, instructor in religion;
Paul T. Culbertson, instructor in
history; Arthur G. Dudley, assist
ant professor of business admin
istration; Ore Gledhill, instructor
in education; H. H. Hanna, in
structor in speech and drama;
Don E. Hargis, instructor in
speech; Lance W. Hart, assistant
professor drawing and painting
(deceased); Robert F. Heizer, in
structor in anthropology; James
E. Herbertson, instructor in zo
ology; Josephine Persicano, in
structor in pnysical education;
Leslie S. Porter, assistant Uni
versity physician; Arthur Pulos,
assistant in architecture and al
lied arts; George W. Rochester,
acting professor of law; Hugh
M. Shafer, assistant professor of
education; Ellen VVilshire, in
structor in education; Miriam A,
Yoder, senior assistant cataloger;
Orin F. Stafford, professor of
chemistry, head of department
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the dance for . . .
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• Milkshakes
• Sandwiches
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Thursday 7:30 to 9:30 p.m
Open house with no one to walk on your foot
but yourself! . . . (’omo on down and see the
show we've arranged for you . . . loads and
loads of new fall things in Kujrene’s most
glamorous department store. . . . Nothinir will
be sold here's your ohaneo to shop without
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Make Miller's YOUR Store
College Gosui&i at <Jtadleyi
Where you'll find the newest in
college clothes whether it's for
the class room, for that important
date, or for that very special
If your need is a suit for campus
wear or a more dressy costume
suit, Hadley's will be able to
serve you. Coats, furs, bags, and
all accessories are regular de
partments at Hadley's.
Hadley's Beauty Salon is located
on the balcony for your conven
ience. Competent hair stylists
will make every effort to carry
out your ideas, or to advise you
about becoming hair styles.
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After the Price
Is Forgotten,
Let the OREGANA provide enjoy
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as well as your college days.
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