The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 10, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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THE SOONER STUDENT TUESDAY. JUNE 10, 1010.
THE SOONER STUDENT
The newspaper for the students of the
I niversity of Oklahoma.
Published Fridays regularly during the sum-
Entered as second-class mail matter at the
postofficc at Norman, Oklahoma, under the
act of March J, 1879.
Harold U. Sandeks... Publisher
university ever had.
This issue appears on Tuesday. It
was published, in order to he before
the students on the day before school
starts. After this, owing to the adver-
tising ficilities and the appearance of
news matter, the paper will be deliv-
ered to your door on Friday morn
\\ ith this issue The Sooner Student
makes its first appearance on the uni-
versity campus. It will stay with
the students for eight weeks through
thick and thin. It will expect the
students to stick by it. The summer
paper was started after it was found
out that the enrollment would be
large and because it was thought that
the summer students should have
more or less the same activities as
those of the other session.
The Sooner Student has had a
difficult time coming into existence.
Osstacles discouraging beyond meas-
ure have tempted the publishers to
give it up. But the desire to sec a
paper for the summer students has
overcome these barriers and you are
now reading the first issue of the
first continuous summer paper the
Y. M. C. A. Hut Is
Sold To Pat Berry
I lie \. M. C. A. hut, erected by
the national war council of the Y.
M. C. A| last fall while the S. A. T.
C. unit was in the university, was
sold to 1'at Berry, owner of the Uni-
versity Theatre, according to ail an-
nouncement rececived from San An-
tonio last week.
I he hut was sold to the highest
bidder after being advertised by the
council and Berry's bid of $911.00 was
LOST: A gold Elgin watch be-
tween Tepee Tea house and Bennie
Owen s residence. Finder, return to
Ralph McGill, Tepee Tea house and
Folk Are A Tarried
Leon Wood And Miss Helen Barret
Marreid In Wichita,
Leon F. Wood, former instructor
in electrical engineering here, and
Miss Helen Barrett, instructor in pub-
lic speaking in the university, were
married June 5 at Wichita, Kans.
They will reside in Chicago, where
Wood is connected with the Central
Miss Barrett was widely known in
Oklahoma as a reader, having been
with the boys' glee club for the past
two years and has given several re-
citals at the university.
Wood was an ensign in the navy
after leaving the university in 1918
and was but recently discharged from
Harry Weir And Miss Eldridge To
Be Married In Chicago, Weir
Sweet are the uses of exams. They
make you appreciate your vacation.
"HOME OF THE SUPER-SILENT DRAMA"
The fourth edition of the Oklahoma
Community Song Book is being com
piled under the direction of Dr. I.
\\. Scroggs, of the extension divis-
ion. Three editions of 2,000 books
each have already been published and
are being adopted by schools and
communities. This fourth edition will
contain ten or twelve additional
songs and other additional improve-
Miss Louise Eldridge, teacher of
violin in the university, and Harry
Weir, for the past year, an instructor
in civil engineering, will be married
Thursday in. Chicago, according to an
announcement made Sunday.
Miss Eldridge is already in Chicago
and Mr. Weir leaves for there to-
mer's trip will be taken but they will
day. Following the wedding a sum-
return to Norman in September, Mr.
Weir having been reappointed to the
There is nothing quite so dif-
ferent as the June bride in June and
the June bride in September.
To Attend Camp
The university Y- W. C. A. will be
represented at the Y. W. conference
at Hollister, Mo., June 17 to 27 by
ten students. Florence Monnet, No-
ra Neas, Mary Hood, Florice Lyday,
Gladys Helms, Wilma and Lucile
Wickizer, Jennie Lessenger, Winfield
Scott, and Pauline Chase are the stu-
dents who are planning to attend
They will leave for the camp June 14
He—"If I should steal a kiss would
it be petty larcey?"
She—"No, I think it would be
It has been suggested that the
Home Economics department offefTr a
course in domestic science.
One thing worse than gossiping
not knowing any.
TODAY TODAY TODAY
I HOMAS S. INGE, Presents,
WILLIAM S. HART
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$ of one thing in every William S. Hart picture *
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Broadway's roughest Watch him.
An AR1 CRAFT Picture
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Directed by William S. Hart *
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Y. \\. To Be Active
The university Y. W. C. A. will be
active during the summer, according
to Miss \ iva Booth, secretary, who
will he here until August. Arrange-
ments are now under way to provide
for programs, social events and lec-
tures for the benefit of the summer
DR. FERRISS TO GO TO
CORNELL NEXT FALL
Dr. E. N. Ferriss will occupy the
position of acting assistant professor
of education at Cornell university
next year instead of that assistant, as
stated in the final issue of the Okla-
homa Daily. Dr. Ferriss has ob-
tained leave of absence for the com-
ing year to take this place, but he will
remain at the university during the
\\ e don't want all the business
but we do wont vours.
I ry our plate lunches and
soda tountain specials.
The Varsity Shop
Fountain ami Luncheonette
COBLE and GRAY
The Students' Barbers
In Basement of
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CLEANING, PRESSING AND
Price Dye Works
We arc prepared to give
you the very Lest of work—
Ladies' fancy dresses a specialty
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204 \V. Main
'pHE Success of a student who is
industrious enough to attend
summer school is assured, but
what we started to say is; To get
the most out of a sinner course one
must keep as comfortable as pos-
—15. &. M. summer clothes are
designed to give comfort, whether
it is bathing suit, a suit of clothes or
a suit of Munsing Underwear.
B & M
"20 Years of Reliability"
Jack Bowers 4 Company
TAILORS, CLEANERS, PRESSERS
A MODERN PLANT
Jack Bowers c? Company
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The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 10, 1919, newspaper, June 10, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107453/m1/2/: accessed July 29, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.