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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1951)
Twenty-seven Faculty Members
Get Grants From Research Fund
Twenty-seven faculty members
have been given grants from the
general research fund, It has been
announced by Eldon Johnson, dean
of the College of Liberal Arts.
Selection!! were made on the
basis of competence and were
awarded by an advisory committee.
On the average, grants were
around $r>00 and were given ho
that faculty members could con
tinue research on their own time.
The Mat. of those receiving grants
and the projects they will work on
A Through C
Ewart M. Baldwin, associate pro
fessor of geography and geology.
Health for pliocene vertebrate
faunas and a study of associated
strata in Oregon.
Joel V', Bcrreman, professor of
sociology, survey of drinking pat
terns of students and their parents.
Quirlnus Breen, professor of his
tory, editing of NizoltUH’ "De veris
principiis" and tranHlation and
editing of LeVbriets' "Dc style
S Duncan W. Cleaves, instructor In
chemistry, thermodynamics of the
rearrangements of Iminoesters in
concentrated sulfuric acid,
L. S. Cressman, head of the an
thropology department, Klamath
Indian pre-history and its place
In the Northern Basin culture.
I) Through (i
Francis E. Dart, assistant pro
fessor of physics, optical and
electronic properties of semi-con
Robert H. Dean, assistant pro
fessor of chemistry, study of the
diffusion coefficients of colored
non-ionic molecules in water.
S. N. Dickon, head of the geo
graphy department, a geographic
study of the Oregon Klamath re
Officers for 1951
The Interfraternity Council nom
inated officers and heard Ray
Hawk, dean of men's affairs, give
a blight picture of fraternity
strength due to the new draft
deferment policy at its meeting
Nominated for IFC offices were
president Norman Peterson, Phi
Delta Theta; Dick McLaughlin,
Chi Psi; Ken Ball, Beta Theta Pi;
vice-president Larry Dean, Sigma
Nu; secretary-treasurer Fred
Baltz, Phi Sigma Kappa.
Hawk told the* group that in
stead of the drop in enrollment at
the university expected in the fall,
nil increase Is now expected due
Jn the new deferment test which,
if passed, will allow more students
to attend und stay in college,
A proposal was made that all
fraternities adopt a policy of pro
viding board and room free for one
foreign student. Hawk warned the
group that at this time many of
the fraternities are not in adequate
financial condition for this, and
should wait until they were sure
they could support a foreign stu
Blanks Due for
Basic Army Reserve Officers
Training Corps students may turn
in applications for advanced ROTC
through Friday, according to Lt.
Col. John H. Cunningham, head of
the military science id tactics
Applications may be obtained in
regular claas periods or from the
information window of the mili
tary department. Further details
will be supplied by ROTC instruc
Applicants will be questioned by
an officers’ interview board be
tween Apr. 1C and 26. Notification
of acceptance will be made near the
end of spring term.
Applications for advanced Air
Force ROTC will be available after
May 1, it Jias been nnounced by
Lt. Col. E. L. Hibner, professor of
ail' science and tactics.
K. G. Kbbighousen, associate pro
fessor of physics, investigations in
Alice Henson Ernst, associate
professor Emeritus of English, a
history of the theatre in Oregon.
V. K. Gacrtncr, assistant pro
fessor of chemistry, the influence
of aromaticity of organic com
pounds on substitution and rear
II Through JVI
Gordon D. Hoyt, assistant pro
fessor of physics, measurement of
beta and gamma radiations from
radioactive nuclei (with Dr. Ebbi
R. H. Huestis, professor of zool
ogy, study of optic asymmetry.
W. S. Daughlin, assistant pro
fessor of anthropology, archae
ology and enthnology of the
Howard V. Meredith, professor
of health and physical education,
body size and motor abilities of
Oregon elementary school girls.
E. H. Moore, head of sociology de
partment, investigation of retired
personnel to determine the influ
ence of community breaks on ex
tent and quality of social partici
N Through It
Ivan Nagy, assistant professor
of political science, the phenomena
of Nationalist Communist devia
tion in international relations.
Ivan M. Niven, professor of
mathematics, research in problems
of asymptotic density.
W. V. Norris, professor of phy
sics, microwave spectroscopy in
ozone and free radicals studies.
V. A. Ostrom, assistant profes
sor of political science, the law of
the Columbia River.
Arthur Pap, assistant professor
of philosophy, studies in theory of
definition and meaning.
K. J. Reithel, associate profes
sor of chemistry, separation of
phosphate esters by chromato
S Through /
B. T. Scheer, associate profes
sor of biology, hormonal control
of metabolism in crustaceans.
P. B. Simpson, associate profes
sor of economics, balance of pay
ments in the Pacific Northwest.
A. L. Soderwal], assistant pro
fessor of biology, length of visibility
of spermatozoa within the repro
ductive tract of the female hams
V. F. Swinehart, assistant pro
fessor of chemistry, mechanism of
the “dead stop” end point and
equilibria of bismuth trioxide in
dilute solutions of acid and alkali.
Pierre Van Rysselberghe, pro
fessor of chemistry, physical
chemical and electrochemical pro
perties of percarbonic acids and
•Six graduate assistants and
graduate students in psychology
at the University of Oregon have
accepted offers of assistantships
from other schools, where they
wili begin work next fall.
Graduate assistants in psychol
ogy who have accepted offers are
George W. Kent, a research as
sistantship at the University of
Wisconsin: Henry Von Holt Jr.,
an assistantship at Clark Univer
sity; Edward A. Wade, an assist
antship at the University of Min
The following graduate students
in psychology have accepted offers
from other schools:
Joseph J. Fortier, an assistant
ship at the University of Michigan;
Donald R. Goodenough, an assist
antship at the University of Pitts
burgh ; Leonard M. Lansky, a re
search assistantship at the Uni
versity of Michigan.
Other graduate assistants and
graduate students in psychology
are considering offers, and are be
ing considered for similar positions.
Dames to Hold Sale
A cookie sale will be held Wed
nesday at the Co-op, sponsored by
the Dames Club, an organization
of veterans' wives.
Members of the club will meet
at 8 p.m. today in Geriinger and
are asked to bring cookies for the
sale to the meeting.
Ugly Men Show
The nix Cglifst Men on the
Campus after the first day of
competition Monday are Tom
Barry, .Jack Faust, .Jack tand
rud, Jim Loseutoff, Bob Peter
son, and Dave Gibson.
These candidates’ milk bottles
in the Co-op in the contest to
benefit the M'orld Student Ser
vice Fund were high in first-day
contributions of $23.09. This was
under what was expected, ac
cording to Jackie Wilkes, drive
The contest will continue
through Saturday, with the win
ner, or Ugliest Man, to be an
nounced at the All-Campus Vod
vil Saturday night.
Foreign Teaching Jobs
Announced by U. N.
Teaching positions in foreign
countries have been announced by
the International Universities Bu
reau of the United Nations Edu
cational, Scientific and Cultural
Organization for the coming year.
The positions cover several fields
and many of them do not require
a knowledge of the language of
the country. Further information
can be obtained from the Teacher
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