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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1944)
’Pink Sheet' Workers
Not Yet Disclosed
“So far the mysterious group
who put out the pink sheet during
Mrs. J. G. McDonald’s
Prewar Swiss made
Perfumes, Colognes and
40 E. Broadway
769 W. 6th Ave.
ASUO elections has not been ap
prehended,” said Dean Hazel P.
Schwering yesterday, “but investi
gations are continuing. The admin
istration is anxious to see that it
doesn't happen again, and want to
find the guilty party as soon as
possible so innocent people will not
Panhellenic has gone on record
as saying that it resents the im
plication on Greek houses which
has resulted, so it is doubly anx
ious to find those who were re
“The original leads have brought
no results and we have found the
affair very hard to investigate, but
the investigation is still continu
ing,” Dean Schwering concluded.
Book Quota Reached
By Only Six Houses
Only six houses, Kappa Alpha
Theta, Delta Delta Delta, Chi Ome
ga, Delta Gamma, Alpha Omicron
Pi, and University house, have
turned in their quotas of books for
prisoners of war, Florence Hintzen
and Bibbits Strong, co-chairmen of
the war board collection, announced
The houses that have not con
tributed yet are asked to take their
books by Monday at 4 to the
Under the direction of Anne
Scripter, the YWCA is taking care
of screening and cleaning the books
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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
For the All-Campus Picnic
AND POINTLESS ....
(let XOJAX weiners and lunch meats
for your sandwiches at
EUGENE PACKING CO.
675 Willamette Phones 38 and 39
O' to Punish
Today is the day that the Order
of the “O" metes out punishment
to all of the men who haven’t been
showing up at Fenton hall to get
The boys are: Robert E. Clark,
Bill Patterson, Don Jeppson, Dick
Potter, Glen Baird, Don Ruecker,
A1 Hagland, John Weisel, Gil Rob
erts, Jack Gehringer, Joe Lind,
Sam Benvenisti, C. W. Osborn,
Wilbur Linde, Jack Carins, Bill
Davis, and Bob Smith.
and preparing them for shipment
to Newr York.
1044 W illam-ette
I here’s a character who’s got a
heart like his name. To him a Nip
in the trees is a notch in his gun.
Me, I’ve got the hottest pin-up
collection in the Pacific but does it
get me anywhere with Trig? No!
Even when I try to mooch one of
his Chesterfields 1 have to find him
a whole nest of Nips to pick off.
But then ... the Colonel says we
make a swell Combination...
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For Mildness, Better Taste
and Cooler Smoking
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