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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1946)
With money more plentiful this
year, fewer students are applying
for student loans, according to Vir
gil Earl, University dean of men.
Nevertheless, some students,
especially veterans whose govern
ments checks are late in arriving,
may find it necessary to apply for
financial assistance, Dean Ear!
Student loan funds at the Univer
sity are available subject to the fol
1. No student shall be permitted
to borrow from the University loan
funds unless he has been enrolled in
the University for-at least one term.
^Students may petition for a waiver
of this rule, if they feel an excep
tion should be made.
2. No student shall be permitted
to borrow from the University loan
funds unless he has a cumulative
2.00 GPA or better. Students may
also petition for a waiver of this
3. The service charge for emer
gency loans is 25 cents for all loans
up to 510 and 50 cents for all loans
4. Students who do not pay their
notes at the end of the first month
will be required to pay an additional
service charge of 25 cents per
month for five months and six per
cent interest on the unpaid balance
thereafter until paid.
6. The interest rate for long-time
loans is 6 per cent per year.
.Two types of loans may be applied
for, according to Dean Earl. An
emergency loan is granted for sums
up to 550. and up to 5300'can be
received through a long-time loan.
Women students desiring assist
ance should apply through the dean
of women. Mem should go to the
dean of men’s office in the base
ment of Johnson hall.
Gerlinger Dance Off
Gerlinger hall’s dance has been
postponed until October 11 from 8
until 12 p.m. The dance had pre
viously been announced for Friday.
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Junior certificates with honors
privileges were awarded to 109 Uni
versity students this summer, ac
cording to Clifford L. Constance,
The certificate with honors privl- |
leges admits the 'students to upper
division standing and permits them
to work for bachelors' degrees with
honors. A student must maintain a
2.75 GPA and fulfill all the require
ments for the junior certificate, in
order to receive the certificate with
The college of liberal arts led the
list of honor students with 49. The
school of business administration
was second with 16 students.
Portland students who received
the certificate with honors privi
Eleanor Ann Burgess, Ralph W.
Eichenberger, Marilyn Glenn, Mary
Anne Hansen, Betty J. Hermann,
Helen Hioks, Janet Hicks, Beryl I.
Howard, Carolyn R. Little, George
R. Pederson and Virginia M. Woods,
all in the college of liberal arts;
Robert L. Chapman, Norma E.
Pigone, Marlin V. Layne and Ken
neth G. Loder, school of business
administration; Joanna A. Mapes,
school Of' education; Barbara E.
Johns, Patricia A. Webber and
Virginia P. Woodward, school of
journalism; Winston W. Carl and
Evan T: Davies, school of laW;
Gloria R. Fletcher, Beverly E.
Howard, Sylvia L. Kilman, Ros .lta
M. Marrion and Elsie M. Peery
school of music; Dona A. Chapman
and Gilbert H. Roberts, school of
Honor students from Eugene
were: Andrew M. Anderson, Mar
jorie J. Beckett, Ruth L. Bogan,
Ann L. Cassidy, Joyce E. Davis,
Norman R. Evonuk, Mary B. Hall,
Edith Ware Heintz, Virgil M. Lar
son, Karen M. Martin, Nancy L.
Sampson and Robert B. Smith, all
in the college of liberal arts; Martha
von Altenberg, Trask and Evelyn M.
Woodworth, architecture and allied
arts; John L. Fowler Jr., and Donna
L. Johnson, business administra
tion; Amy L. Ware, education;
Betty Bushman and Glenn H.
Snyder, journalism; George H.
Todd, law, and Helen ’ L. Robson,
Other honor students listed were:
College of liberal arts: John T.
Weisel, Elizabeth A. Brinton, Char
lotte B. Hughes, Mary P. Berg,
Margaret A. Xhompson, Dorothy H.
Fowler, Doris E. Bednar; Jean A.
Alexander, Jean A. Moe, Ann E.
Stevenson, Lee C. Petrasek, Robert
G. Pittenger, Bernice A. Stearns,
Barbara L. Weisz and Phyllis Wil
liams, Albert E. Reische, Florence
A. Johns, Betty E. Brown and
Thelma M. Chaney, Bonnie B.
Baillie Georgia G. Moscrip, Bar
bara J. Radmore, Margaret T. Mc
Carty and Virginia M. Scholl, Bar
bara A. Fullmer, Dorothy L. Habel.
School of architecture and allied
arts: Estle P. Howard, Dorothy E.
Larson, Lorna Strickland Kingwell.
School of business administra
tion: Joanne Swinehart, Louise P.
Bartlett, A. Hoerlein, Patricia L.
Reeves, Hortense E. Wright, Dedo
J. Misley, Jean H. McClanathan,
Donald B. Richardson, Bettiana
Watkins and Fraynie M. Watkins.
School of education: Harry B.
Johnson Jr., Eleanor Staten Ham
blen, Hope E. Baney.
School of journalism: Robin E.
Blackwell, Arnold W. Seeborg;
Barbara J. Twiford, Barbara A.
Wells, Marvellen Wright, Jeane B.
Simmonds, Betty R. Stewart.
School of law: Donna C. Cullarky,
Clayton R. Hess and Harry Allen
School of music: Ailene E. Wendt,
Wilma J. Wilson, Mary Louise
Stone, Shirley J. Thurman, Robbie
burr Warrens, Lewis E. Vogler.
The population of Jerusalem is
Students Start Work
In BA Typing Classes
First term typists under the di
rection of Miss Martha Hoiland in
the business adftrinistration school,
will begin daily typing exercises at
30 to 35 words a minute. Progress
will increase gradually until a max
iimim speed of fifty words a minute
Famous speed limit of 200 words'
a minute was achieved last year by
Eleanor Fulton, former Oregon
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