Pemoline is a psychostimulant that is no longer used in most countries. Similarly to the psychostimulants amfetamine and methylphenidate I can clearly see a phenethylamine backbone to this compound. I know it is also an oxazoline, but I am writing an article on my Wiki about substituted phenethylamines and their pharmacologic and structural properties so I would like to know what its chemical name would be in terms of its phenethylamine backbone. If you want an example of what I mean, see the current revision of my Wiki article on said drug  and look at the chemical names I have written. For example for methylphenidate the chemical name is N,α-butyl-β-methoxycarbonylphenethylamine.
My chemistry knowledge is only first-year university chemistry level, hence why I need your help as I don't know all the adjective forms of functional groups.
Below is the 2D structure of pemoline if you would like it in order to deduce its name in terms of phenethylamine.