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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1952)
Students Win Awards in Three Divisions of Individual Library Collection Contest
Winners in the Junior Weekend
student library contest were un
nouneed this week.
In the undergraduate specialized
section, first prize went to George
Cetinich, senior in history, with a
library on history. Second prize
went to J. William Jones, junior
in philosophy, with a library on
Biblical language and literature;
third went to Glen Holden, .sopho
more In philosophy, with a library
on philosophy; and Woodruff W,
Wood, senior in architectural de
sign, received an honorable men
tion for a library on art and archi
The undergraduate general libra
ry winners were I’hllllp Jones, sen
ior In geography, first prize; fJer
ald Pearce, senior in history, sec
ond prize; Robert Paul, junior In
Kngllsh and creative writing,
third; and Pat Pollack, Junior In
Mngllsh, honorable mention.
The graduate division was di
vided among the three prizes and
two honoruble mentions. Jack Mnr
rltt, graduate In political science,
with a general library, whs award
ed flrwl prize. Wallace Farnham,
graduate In history, won second
with a special library on American
intellectual and social history;
third went to Harry Bldlake, grad
uate in apeech, for a apeclalized
library on theatre.
The two honorable mentions
were Roy Neville, graduate in
fhemlulry, for a generalized library
nf old hooka; and Leonard Frey,
graduate in English, alxo with a
Speeding drivers involved in
1 out of 3 fatal traffic accidents
Watch out—the time you save by speeding may be
spent in the cemetery. According to official traffic
records, speed is the most frequently reported violation
in fatal traffic accidents.
So exercise your foot someplace else than on the
accelerator. Remember that a speeding car is harder to
handle, takes longer to stop, does more damage. Make
it a point to drive at safe speed . . . always.
When driving conditions are bad, safe speed is often
much lower than the legal, posted limit. Slow down
when weather or visibility is poor. It may take a little
longer —but chances are you’ll live a lot longer.
Lights out for another speed mer
chant. Somebody tried to outguess a
traffic light and now somebody is
dead. Don’t let this happen to you.
Slow down at intersections. When
you step on the gas instead of the
brakes, it may be your last step.
Too late for the doctor. This driver
couldn’t wait. He speeded past an
other car on a hill, and look what
happened! Remember this and be
extra careful. Don’t pass on hills or
curves. Don’t weave in and out of
traffic. Always drive at a safe speed.
Dead serious. You're asking for
trouble when you can’t take time to
heed road signs. These signs are put
up for your protection. So learn what
they mean and follow them. Too
many of the drivers who don’t “be
lieve in signs” end up in the hospital.
An official public service
message prepared by The
Advertising Council in cooperation
with the National Safety Council.
Be Careful-the life you save may he your own!