Education: People of Oregon

Amid the political storms which have lashed the University of Oregon (TIME, Sept. 26, 1932 et seq.), a lean, -square-jawed educator named Clarence Valentine Boyer bobbed to the top as acting president in January 1934, became full president three months later.

Last week Dr. Boyer's students had a holiday as he was formally, tardily inaugurated president. The first inaugural speaker sounded off at 10 a. m. Taking time out only to parade and eat, more speakers felicitated, expounded, exhorted, opined through day & night until 11:45 p. m. Up then rose President Lee Paul Sieg of the University of Washington...

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