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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1946)
New S U Drive Aimed
At Million-Dollar Goal
An extensive drive to raise more funds for a student union
Uiilding will he conducted in the near future, Wally Johnson,
student union chairman, has disclosed. A committee of persons
interested in promotion work will he selected to direct the drive
toward the $1,000,000 goal of needed funds. Student union plans
* were the theme of the 1946 Homecoming celebration which was
iparkplugged with a slogan, A
Home for Homecoming."
A consultant from the East sug
gested necessary revisions to the
tentative plans. Dr. William V.
tyorris, head of building construc
tion on the campus, hopes to have
these plans approved by the state
iloard of higher education this year
h that blueprints can be made.
At the present time, cash on hand
fjor the building totals $110,000. An
Seven to Staff
Dr. R. C. Swank, head librarian,
ias announced the addition of seven
flow members to the University of
"Oregon library staff.
| Anita Brown, new assistant in
'the reference department spent two
and a half years in the Detroit pub
lic. library, and was overseas a year
with the American Red Cross.
; Thomas E. Cahalan, librarian of
Che University of Oregon dental
school in Portland, received his BA
from the University of Iowa, and
pis BS and MS degrees from the
University of Illinois, where he was
newspaper librarian before his ap
Deborah Lewis, junior assistant in
'.he circulation department, re
ceived both her BA and BS degrees
from the University of North Caro
lina. Miss Lewis joined the staff
immediately after her graduation.
Mary Pratt, junior assistant in
die reference department and head
of the periodical desk, received her
BA. from the University of Califor
nia at Los Angeles and her BS from
the University of Southern Califor
Margaret William, supervisor of
reserves and museum librarian,
graduated from the University of
Oregon in 1944. She received her li
nrary certificate from the Univer
ity of California, and obtained ex
perience foi her present position at
Huntington library in San Marino,
Mrs. Emma Wright, junior ref
■icnce assistant in the library, had
varied experience in library work
after her graduation from Miami
university at Oxford, Ohio. Mrs.
Wright worked as reference librar
ian at iho public library in Miami,
Ulorida, and in the order depart
ment of the University of California
obi ary before joining tire Univer
Ruth M. Piot-man, new assistant
m the catalog department received
rer degrees from the University of
i liinois and came from college to the !
University of Oregon library.
additional $11,250 is to be used for
promotion purposes in the coming
drive. Outstanding pledges from
alumni total $192,150.50. A request
is made to these alumni to complete
their pledges as soon as possible.
When $300,000 in funds is raised,
a bond issue can be secued for
$600,000. Then with the cash on
hand, the needed $1,000,000 will be
Johnson stated, ‘‘It is not up to
the campus student body to raise
most of the money; rather it lies
with the alumni and other people
interested. It is the students’ job
to advertise the need to everyone.”
Students’ breakage fees are hoped
to reach $10,000 this year. During
the final three days of last year's
drive, $4,038.73 was raised. Owing
to the large increase in enrollment,
the drive will be carried on even
Rental fees from the University
co-op and rent from the Phi Gamma
Delta house provide a monthly in
come to the union funds.
All flights by Trans World Air
lines planes in the U. S. and across
the Atlantic were halted Monday
because of a strike by airline pilots.
Soviet Foreign Minister Molotoy
arrived in New York Monday as
Russian delegate to the United Na
tions general assembly.
The Russian-sponsored Socialist
Unity (communist) Party was
sharply rebuffed in elections held
by Berlin citizens.
Art Library Gets
Latest acquisition of the museum
of art library is the George Eumor
fopoulos catalog collection in six
volumes of Chinese, Corean and
Persian pottery and porcelains.
Reproductions in these volumes
show the high artistic level charac
teristic of the George Eumorfopou
los collection, that is now on display
in the department of ceramics in
the British museum.
The Emorfopoulos catalogs are
reproductions in book form of the
Oriental art collection of George
Emnorfopoulos, which was begun
in 1900. Eumorfopoulos is a well
known connoisseur of Oriental art,
In 1935 a part of his collection
was sold to the Victoria and Albert
museum, and the British Museum
for a half million dollars.
PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS
^ I uke l’oxies
♦ Record Players
l'or rent or sale at
I'or rent or sal a at
Radio end Electrical Shop
107 E. 11 th
CASTLE IN THE CLOUDS . . .
Phi Kappa Psi won the men’s houses’ sign, contest during Homecoming with this “floating” display plug
ging the proposed student union building. (Cut Courtesy Regster-Guard.)
Hui-O-Kamaaina meeting on the
sun porch of Gerlinger hall at 6:30
Skull and Dagger and Kwama
meeting at the Kappa Alpha Theta
house at 6:30 p.m.
The campus chapter of the Amer
ican Veterans committee meeting
in room 105, Commerce building.
Newman club meeting at the
YMCA at 6:45 p.m.
Vet Dorm C-Oregana pictures at
Kennell-Ellis studio today and Wed
Copy Desk Staff:
John Benneth, editor
Six perform ctnces with
Reserve seats for 400—tax included
None sold after first production
Now at Box Office
by George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Ottilie T. Seybolt
Johns en Hall