Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 10, 1909 Page: 7 of 8
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HAPPENINGS AT THE UNI
What The Students And Faculty of Norman's
Splendid School Are Doing.
Miss Zoe Norman of the University
is filling- Miss Ansen's place in high
school during her absence.
Miss Ines McMillan is filling Miss
Minnie Edwards' place as teacher in
the 4th grade at the Washington
school, during Miss Edwards'absence.
She was called to Texas yesterday by
a telegram announcing the serious
illness of her sister and father.
Mis9 Carrie Ansen, high school
teacher of English, was called to Miss-
ouri Saturday by a telegram announc-
ing the death of her sister. Miss
Ansen has just returned from the bed
side of her sister, having been with
her for several weeks, and thought
that she was so much better that she
Superintendent R. H. Ewing will
attend the meeting of the public
school officers of the state at Guthrie
Wednesday. Mr. Ewing is vice-pres-
ident of the organization and always
takes a great interest in the meet-
ings, as well as all other things edu-
cational. He will deliver an address
at the meeting.
The basket ball game Saturday be-
tween the Norman girls and the Pur-
cell girls resulted in a victory for
Purcell by a score of 28-15. The game
was played on a sand pile and the
30uth wind was too much for the Nor-
man girls who were not used to play-
ing such ball. The next game will be
played with Shawnee girls at Shaw-
nee next Friday.
The Board of Education met Satur-
day night and went into a detailed
consideration of the plans, specifica-
tions, etc , of the new Washington
and High School buildings. The meet-
ing was concluded by adopting the
plans with a few miner changes. Bids
will be advertised for within a week
and work on both buildings begun
just as soon as the contracts can be
The House of Representatives on
Saturday night turned itself into an
experience meeting and the members
told what they did, and didn't do, dur-
ing their vacation.
In the Senate Saturday night the
Arkansas debate was dicsussed. Tlie
question is "Resolved, that the Unit-
ed States government should take con-
trol of and assume entire financial re-
sponsibility of educating the negroes
of the southern states.'' The debate
was led by Randolph and Chas. Grey
for the affirmative and by Douthitt
and 0. C. Culver for the negative. The
affirmative won. Following the regu-
lar debate a general discussion was
had in which all took a lively part.
Following this a scrap debate was
held, the question discussed being:
"Did the Administration building burn
up or burn down?"
The Sooner football team had their
pictures taken Saturday for the forth-
The Websterians have just receiv-
ed their penants. The House is com-
pleting plans for theirs.
The Y. W. C. A. cabinet meets at
Elva MeFarren's this evening at five
The B. Y. P. U. at the Baptist
church has taken up a study of the
"Uplift of China."
A bargain In a good second-hand
piano, for cash or on easy pay-
ments. Call up this office. 2-3t
AT MASCHO'S C. O. D.
20 pounds sugar, $1.00.
20 pounds coffee, $1.00.
20 pounds beans, $1.00.
50 pounds flour, $1.30. 2-5t
John Harris is prepared to clean
fine suits and dress goods by latest
process known. Second door west of
If you need services of the city
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Danner, V. E. Norman Daily Independent. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 10, 1909, newspaper, January 10, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106689/m1/7/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.