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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1945)
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make the First National bank their banking
headquarters while they are away from home.
Come in and get acquainted when you arrive
in Eugene. Feel sure you will receive a friend
A checking account is the safe way
to protect your funds against loss.
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A new physical plant shop build
ing, the first new construction on
the campus since 1939, is being
built on Onyx street just east of
the press building.
Total cost of the project will be
about 550,000. The contract price
is $34,000, and the cost of the util
ities, machinery and installation
makes up the rest.
The building is paid for by direct
appropriation frotfi the state board
of higher education and is the
first on the new building program
recently approved in the special
It will be a one-story building of
reinforced concrete throughout
with steel windows and insulated
concrete roof and will be approxi
mately 50 by 230 feet. It will
house carpentry, plumbing, heat
ing, electric and painting shops.
Supervising engineer is Dr. Will
V. Norris, acting head of the phys
ics department, and Lawrence and
Lawrence, Portland architectural
firm designed the building.
Adds Two Men
Two new instructors, F. Dean
Moore of Portland and Vaughn S.
Albertson, have been appointed to
the University English department
staff. On leave of absence from
the staff is Dr. F. H. Trowbridge,
associate professor of Euglish,
who is in Chicago doing research
work prior to taking over duties
as visiting associate professor in
the English department at the,
University of Chicago.
Mr. Moore, a 1921 graduate of
the University, was a graduate as
sitant in English here from 1940
to 1942, when he received his mas
ter’s degree. Since that time he
taught at Allan Preparatory
school in Portland, Churchill coun
ty high school at Fallon, Nevada,
and Hillsboro high school. He
taught at OSC from 1922 to 1925.
Mr. Albertson received his hon
orable discharge from the army
air forces in January. He received
his bachelor's degree at Rice In
stitute, Houston, Texas, and his
master’s degree at Columbia uni
versity in 1930, and taught Eng
lish at the University of Arkan
sas and University of Texas.
In P.E. School
Resignation of Miss Helen M.
Petroshey, head p|.. women’s' phys
ical education, and Miss Dorths
r>. Moore, instructor -in physical
education, has'left two vacancies
ia the school of physical education.
Dean Ralph Leighton said Mon
day that he lias rocoibaseadcd re
placements for the two - faculty
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dVi.TS.ic'trLc; . y. who ]>. ■; ■ ' a : ‘
Oregon since lt-IXE attending the
University cc ? ova to < cvu,h; c doc
tor’s degree. Mian, Moore,~ at Ore
gon since 1913,. has beau1- ic: i
■? 'h work P i’ . wo i. he
£ Sho^l superintendent’s office in,the
development of a new physical edu
cation system in the state.
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were wise when you decided to come to Oregon.
You will be using good judgment when you
do the way so many Ducks do . . . come to . . .
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