Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 03, 1942, Page 8, Image 8

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    Winter Term
Honor Roll
Allen H. Adams, James R. Ad
ams, Mary G. Alderson, Rendel B.
Alldredge, Ann T. Ames, Shirley
K. Anderson, Vivian M. Anderson,
Helen L. Angell, Elizabeth B.
Armstrong, Richard C .Ashcom,
Felix D. Asia, Connie Averill, Al
ice M. Bailey, Ruth L. Baker,
Dennis C. Bakewell, Warren W.
Bean, Arthur W. Berg, William
F. Bernard, Flora L. Bertsch,
Herbert R. Bigej, Betty J. Biggs,
Richard D. Blickenstaff, Kennett
R. Boyle, Philip M. Brady, Buck
A. Buchwach, William H. Buell,
James W. Bullard, Wanda Burch,
John A. Busterud, Donald E. But
Paul E. Callahan, Marguerite
D. Campbell, Adcle M. Canada,
Jim Carney, John M. Carr, Ran
dall S. Caswell, Frankie Cecil,
Marrian Christensen, Nelda M.
Christenson, Kenneth W. Chris
tianson, Helen J. Clarke,
Marjory E. Clear, Doris P. Clee
ton, Burton E. Clemens, Marion
D. Cloud, Ruth Cole, Ruth K. Col
lins, Carol M. Cook, Meryl I. Cor
bett, George R. Costello, Don H.
Coulter, Charles F. Cunningham,
Margaret A. DeCou, Jeanne M.
DeNeffe, Billie J. Dexter, Walter
M. Dickinson, Delbert R. Dickson,
Eugene J. Didak, Ethel M. Dixon,
Victor W. Doherty, Betty Dolan,
Myron E. Doty, Elene L. Doug
las, Babs DuPuy, Mary E. Earl,
Elizabeth Edmunds, Jack C. Ed
wards, Jeanne A. Edwards,
Isolde M. Eichenlaub, Vera
E. Fair, Leonard C. Farr,
Elaine B. Ferry, Peggy L. For
ney, Charlae H. Foster, Robert
M. Fowells, Hilda W. Freed Rob
ert S. French, Lila M. Furchner.
Donald B. Gaddes, Don W.
Galbreaith, James E. Gibson,
Walter M. Gilbert, Philip C. Gil
more, Robert C. Gilmore, Phyllis
E. Gray, Virginia L. Gray, Armin
H. Gropp, Dorothy J. Gullette,
Mildred M. Hallock, Gerd Hansen,
Margaret J. Harshman, Eliza
beth A. Hecht, Roy J. Hensley,
Dorothy M. Hermann, Audrey R.
Holliday, Phyllis M. Horstman,
Dora J. Huston, Jack J. Jacob
son, Arne S. Jensen, Drusilla
Johnson, Helen M. Johnson, June
L. Johnson, Betty L. Jones, Lorna
L. Keesee, Joe C. Keever, Jack
W. Kennedy, Frank P. King, Ivan
P. Kirschman, Avis Klemme,
Peggy Kline, Freda Koehler, Rob
ert D. Koler, Katherine L. Korn,
Mary A. Krafsic, Leone B. La
Duke, Evelyn Lamb, Helen C.
Lauer, Betty A. Leist, Ida J.
Lessor, Virgil E. Libke, Andrew
G. Loney, Robert S. Lovell,
Charles H. Lundquist, Audrey A.
James Malcolm McCallum,
Willis P. McCarty, Jerry S. Mc
Croskey, Clinton S. McGill, Jean
nette M. McGuire, Marietta Mc
Manigal, Barbara MacLaren,
William H. Maltman, Orville H.
Marceilus, Marian E. Marks, Wil
lard C. Mattson, Rolland C. Mer
rifield, Frances S. Montag, Edna
L. Montgomery, Clare B. Morgan,
William J. Moshofsky, Hugh B.
Muir, Margaret I. Murphy, B.
Leila Nelson, Merlin E. Nelson,
Thelma C. Nelson, Ned G. Norton,
Marion J. Olson, Muriel J. Olson,
Edith A. Onthank, Dorothy F.
Oshanic, Peggy F. Overland,
Jeanne E. Parker, Robert H.
Pearson, Stanford E. Pearson,
Alyce M. Pepion, Betty E. Perry,
Jean F. Phillips, Theodore J. Pi
lip, Elizabeth S. Plankinton, Bet
tie L. Plotner, Betty J. Poindex
ter, Charles S. Politz, John A.
Powers, Robert L. Ray, Ada C.
Renn, Dorothy L. Retzlaff, Nich
olas V. Riasanovsky, Norman R.
Richards, James L. Richardson,
Constance E. Riddell, Beryl G.
Robertson, Margie C. J-tobinson,
Clyde D. Rose, Clarethel Rose
lund, Hildegarde G. Roselund.
Marjorie K. Sawyer, George
D. Schade, Ray J. Schrick, Bar
bara E. Scott, Grace M. Scully,
Lois A. Selby, Milton M. Small,
Jean E. Spearow, Ruth M.
Sprecher, Suzanne Stickels, Eath
el L. Sutton, Jeannette E. Thatch
er, Kathryn C. Thompson, Gordon
H. Torrey, Donald W. Treadgold,
Richard J. Turner, Muriel H. Ty
son, Yvonne M. Umphlette, Lau
Navigators to Meet
The class in elements of naga.
gat ion will meet Monday night
at 8 o’clock in 204 Deady. Stu
dents who missed the first
meeting should read the first
chapter of Dutton, “Naviga
tion and Nautical Astronomy’’
before the next meeting of the
class. Copies of the text are on
reserve in the library.
ra B. Wallace, M. Jane Warlick,
Walter H. Weber, Marguerite A.
Weigant, Abbie J. White, Isabel
C. Wicke, Margery G. Williams,
Ben O. Wohler, Shu Yasui, Flora
C. Yob, Oglesby H. Young, Kalj^
ryn M. Yount, W. Victor Zahn.
High Grade Tennis -
Racket Frames
One Lot of 1941 Frames, Values to $9, our special $5.95
University ?CO-OP’ Store
YFS, Camels are milder—milder in
every way. When you light up a
Camel, you have the scientific assur
ance of less nicotine in the smoke.
And no matter how much you
smoke, you'll find Camels—with their
full, round flavor—never wear out
their welcome. Camels really taste
good. From the first puff through the
last puff in the pack, Camels give you
smoking pleasure at its flavorful best
with the mildness that lets you enjoy it.
1 hey're the campus favorite (ac
cording to country-w ide surveys) ...
they'll be your favorite when you try
The smoke of slower-burning
Camels contains
28% LESS
than the average of the 4 other
largest-selling cigarettes tested —less than
any of them — according to independent
scientific tests of the smoke itself!