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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1944)
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“United Through Books” is the
theme for children's book week,
November 12 to 18.
The library has arranged a dis
play this week of children’s books,
featuring the work of A. A. Milne,
to promote interest in national
book week. Most of the collection
belongs to Clarice Krieg, acting li
brarian and was assembled by Miss
Krieg and Miss Dorothy Randall,
display chairman. Among the books
on exhibit are “Now We Are Six,”
“Winnie-the-Pooh,” “Once Upon a
Time,” and “The House at Pooh
Corner.” Several records and books
of children's songs are also shown.
The theme, “United Through
Books,” was chosen as an attempt
to promote the teachings of racial
unity throughout the nation to
children of school age. Racial
prejudice has arisen as one of the
greatest postwar problems and the
idea of overcoming this problem
through education of children is
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I being- attempted all over the na
i tion. Public libraries are doing
i more extensive work on this book
week than the university libraries
but the display here is to draw the
problem of unity to the attention
of University students, says Miss
Bernice Rise circulation librarian.
Phi Beta Elects
Marilyn Miller was elected vice
president of the campus Pi chap
ter of Phi Beta, national music and
dance honorary, and Melba Chehak
was named reporter, at a recent
meeting. Both women are seniors
majoring in music.
It was announced that the Unit
ed States Rubber company was
recognized as the sponsor of the
‘‘most outstanding radio music
program of the year,” the New
York philharmonic symphony or
chestra, and was presented the an
nual Phi Beta radio music award
on November 1.
A mobile canteen unit was pre
sented to the Red Cross in Jack
sonville, Folrida, recently. Each
chapter of Phi Beta in all univer
sities contributed toward this pro
The next Phi Beta meeting is
scheduled for Thursday afternoon
j at 4 in the Kappa Alpha Theta
War News Discussed
By Dr. Harold Noble
‘‘Events Behind the War in the
Pacific” were discussed by Dr.
Harold Noble, associate professor
of history, at the Lane county
teachers’ annual fall term institute
Monday, November 13.
Miss Maude Garnett, associate
professor of public school music at
the University, directed the group
Chemical Society Meet
In Portland Saturday
Five faculty members will rep
resent the University chemistry de
partment at a meeting of the Ore
gon section of the American Chem
ical society in Portland Saturday.
They are Dr. A. H. Kunz, chem
istry department head; Dr. Pierre
Van Rysselberghe, associate pro
fessor of chemistry; Dr. J. M. Mc
Gee, associate professor of chem
istry; Dr. C. H. Secoy, assistant
professor of chemistry, and R. C.
Andrews, instructor in chemistry.
Swim Honorary Elects
Miss Edwards President
Roberta Edwards, sophomore in
physical education, was elected
president of Amphibians, women's
... or giving a returned soldier a taste of home
There’s an easy way to make a soldier on furlough feel right at
home. It’s to offer him refreshing Coca-Cola. Have a “Coke” is
always the hospitable thing to say. In many lands overseas, as in
your own living room, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes,
—has become a happy symbol of hospitality, at home as every
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It’s natural for popular names
to acquire friendly abbrevia
tions. That’s why you hear
Coca-Cola called “Coke”.
To Give Recital
George Hopkins, professor of
piano of the University school of
music, will present a recital Thurs
day night on the “University Hour'’
over KOAC, at 7:30 p.m. He will
swimming honorary, at a meeting
of the club on Monday. Doris
Trask, sophomore in physical edu
cation, will be vice-president; and
Mary Lou Welsh, sophomore in lib
eral arts, secretary-treasurer.
play the “Cradle Song” by Brahni'
Grainger, “March” by Beethove*'
Rubenstein and Liszt's “Nocturne
Speaking during the panel on
public affairs will be Willis r.
Merriain, assistant professor « '
geology and geography, I>r. Wake
Schumacher, professor of politic <
science, and Warren C. Price, asso
ciate professor of journalism. They
will discuss “What shall we
with Germany after she is de
Louise Fletcher, sophomore .,1
liberal arts, will present the Uni
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