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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1943)
This will be a different sort of school year, and more fun than ever! U of O will
work and play hand in hand with Uncle Sam for Army (and Air Corps) men are
now sharing our campus. Ducks cooperated last year, as they will this, in num
erous activities such as Red Cross, USO, the war loan campaign, veterans schol
astic fund, and drives for cigarettes, cans, and stockings . . . each important to
the war effort. Yes, it "pays to cooperate". That's why you can save as much as
5% on your purchases at U of O's student-owned cooperative store.
The Co-op Board
Jack Penning ion
These five students see that the store is managed for the benefit of
the students. They are elected by members of the student body and
meet each month to determine the general policy of the Co-op, and
in the spring decide the amount of the Rebate. Any student may
attend the annual open meeting.
Your chance to save on every item you
purchase at the Co-op. All you do is
keep the receipts which are given to
you with each purchase. At the.end. of
the year a certain percentage of the-w ^
money you spend will be returned to
you . . . in cash! Last year it was 5°/o.
This year it may be more.
Here’s what aoiir Co-op oilers;
'The book department on the
balcony has just the books
(either new or used) which
your professors assign. They’re
the right hooks in edition and
price because the Co-op is in
.-onstaut touch with the faculty.
Whether it‘s a sturdy zipper
notebook you need, or ink, typ
ing paper, high-grade CBA
notebook filler, or pencils,
you’ll find the best here. See
the fine selection of Sheaffer,
Parker, and Waterman pens.
Tennis rackets and balls, golf
balls, tennis shoes, shower
clogs, T-shirts, and many other
articles in advertised brands
are stocked for your conven
ience. Racket-restringing a spe
Friends in the Service, folks at
home all expect letters. The
Co-op carries a wide selection
of quality Eaton and Montag’
papers. And don't forget to buy
a package of V-Mail!
Imported and domestic paints
and brushes of finest quality
are ready to give U of O art
students a good start in their
field. You will appreciate the
variety of high - grade papers
$1 a term! Difficult to believe,
out true . . . all the newest fic
tion, history, poetry, biography
you can read! The Co-op has
the m o s t recently published
books and classics for sale. Spe
cial orders taken.
• Checks cashed. (Leave your
signature and address at the
cashier’s window as soon as
you reach the campus.)
• Emerald Distribution
• Postage Stamps.
• Mailing Service.
• War Stamps and Bonds, of
And . . .
Cigarettes, pipes, candy, gum,
magazines, maps, camera sup
plies and -service, college jew
elry, greeting cards, reproduc
tions of famous paintings, and
clever gift items.
This ad was prepared by
Miss Virginia Bryant and
won for her a first prize of
$10.(X) in a contest spon
sored by the Corop for
nenibers of the Retail Ad
The University of Oregon's Own Store - -
Chapman Hall, on the Campus