Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 25, 1941, Page Two, Image 2

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    Secretary Predicts
Abundant Jobs
Do you want a job?
Miss Janet Smith, head of the
University of Oregon employment
agency, estimates that there will
be plenty of work to go around
for the three fourths of the stu
dent body which earns part of
its way through school. Last year
students earned more than $200,
000, she said.
The most important thing is to
register as soon as possible. Close
to1 100 students registered Wed
nesday, and Miss Smith expects
at| least 125 a day from now un
til after school starts.
The jobs are of all descrip
tion—part time and odd jobs, aft
ernoon and evening, Saturdays
afld Sundays, on and off the cam
pus. The small jobs often lead to
better ones with better pay, ac
cording to Miss Smith.
.The employment office is lo
cated in the Y. M. C. A. hut, just
north of 13th, at 1225 Kincaid
New Womens' Co-op
Opens at 13th, Onyx
A new co-op for girls at 13th
and Onyx streets opened Satur
day. The building, formerly used
as a soeiology classroom, has
been remodeled this summer into
a living organization for girls.
The co-op has living accommo
dations for 32 girls and although
school has not officially begun
this quota has already been
Mrs. E. R. Smith, the new
housemother, is expected to ar
rive towards the end of the week
when the house is completely fur
nished and painted.
Delores Davidson Dies
Over Summer Vacation
Delores Davidson, University
of Oregon student and a member
vjl a j p ii a
Omega sorority,
died this summer
from a strepto
coccus infection
caused by an im
pacted v/ i s d o m
Miss Davidson
was on the cam
pus a year ago
but remained out
or sciiuui last year, jjictiiruiig eu
return to the University this fall
and continue her studies in the
art school.
Co-op Swells Staff
During Busy Week
To handle the expected pre
school rush at least 35 extra per
sons will be employed this week
at the co-op store, M. F. McClain,
manager, revealed Monday. This
new group will augment the reg
ular staff of 9, he said. About 18
of these persons will be employed
to handle textbook sales.
Beginning this week, the store
will be open on regular school
year schedule, opening at 8 a. m.
and closing at 5:30 p. m. It will
be open Saturdays.
Manager Named
Selected as layout production
manager for the Oregon Emerald
for the coming year is Helen Ray
burn, a sophomore in art. Helen
worked on the Emerald business
staff last year and, according to
Fred May, business manager,
“turned out beautiful layouts.”
She is well qualified to carry out
the responsibilities of her new
position, said May.
for Oregon Students
We welcome the accounts of all
OREGON sons and daughters . . . .
and place our complete facilities at
your disposal.
* Checking Accounts
* Savings Accounts
* Safe Deposit Boxes
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Welcome Students
We carry as near as
possible a complete
i line of used text
books, all in good
condition at a saving
of 25 ; to 50/«, and
will buy them back
at the end of the
A card for every
occasion. New 1941
picture postcards of
University build
ings, sorority and
fraternity houses.
It is a pleasure to welcome you to the University of
Oregon and Eugene, and our sincere hope that we may
meet each one of you.
Due to a fire in our old location on the corner it was
necessary to move to our present site. We like it much
better, and I am sure you will. In our new location we
have reduced our overhead to such an extent, that it
means the saving of dollars to you as the buyer and
we the seller. We can now sell 1941 merchandise at
1940 prices.
To all the students and faculty members, we wish you a
most pleasant and profitable year. To the athletic
teams and coaches, the best of luck in all of your
games. Win or lose, we know you will give your all
for the University of Oregon.
Sincerely yours,
Jack Schimberg
Week-End Special
ECONO-PAK Laundry Mailing Case.$1.19
A full line of school
supplies. Crested sta
tionery from 35c up.
Leather notebooks
from $1.69 up. Can
vas cover notebooks
from 25c up. Filler
paper at last year's
Fountain and
booth service with
the kind of a coke
you will like. Starting
Monday, Sept. 23, we
serve breakfast
rolls and cold sand
Campus Book Store
Across 13th Street from Sigma Chi