Education: Erb to Oregon

Since 1932 two presidents of the University of Oregon have resigned. Dr. Arnold Bennett Hall, who took the job in 1926, quit six years later. Last June his successor, frail, scholarly Dr. Clarence Valentine Boyer, said his poor health would not allow him to continue as president.

Rivalry for funds and prestige between the University and Oregon State Agricultural College, both units of the State's System of Higher Education, is the thorn that makes the president's seat uncomfortable at University of Oregon. Two years ago Dr. Frederick Maurice Hunter was brought from Denver...

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