The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 10, 1919 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SOOXER STUDENT TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1919.
At the request of the National Bu-
reau of Litigation at Washington, the
extension division of the university
has just completed a bulletin answer-
ing objections to correspondence stu-
dy. This bulletin is to be publish-
ed by the national bureau in June.
Many of the testimonies to be used
were furnished by members of the
faculty and students of the university.
NEW THEATER MAKES
A moving picture airdome, under
the management of Howell Clark and
T. J. Hinshaw, opened in Norman
last Saturday night.
The new theater is located just
east of the Pearson hotel. Among the
features are signs that smoking is al
lowed during the showing of the pic
Nothing but first class pictures wil
be shown, the owners announce, and
there will be a change of program
Shows Starts 2 P. M. Continuous, No Stops 11:00 P. M.
18 Big Fans, Phone 144 For Program
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
♦ John Eischied, of Norman, who
has been superintendent of schools
at Lone Wolf, Okla., for the last
three years has been re-elected for
next year and left Thursday to em-
Eischied graduated from the uni-
versity in 1914 and was given a
Rhode's scholarship. He \is ^ plan-
ning to use this scholarship next
MAY GET GRADES MAILED
All students wishing their grades
for the third quarter mailed to them
this summer should leave stamped
self-addressed envelopes in the reg-
Want To Make Some Money?
All students who intend to be in
summer school and wish to work
during enrollment are wanted to
solicit subscriptions for the summer
paper. A commission of 14 per cent
will be paid to hustlers who really
want to work. If interested, call H.
B. Sanders, phone 960, or put your
name in the Oklahoma Daily box,
The first series of motion picture
films, which are to be furnished the
university extension division by the
National Bureau of Educational Ex-
tension, have been received from
Washington and were shown at the
Amber consolidated school recently.
These films are a part of those which
were left from the government sup-
ply after the signing of the armistice
which the national association has ta-
ken over to be used in the various
states. They are now available but
the service will probably not be es-
tablished in Oklahoma until fall be-
cause most of the schools have been
closed. The pictures in the series
deal with reconstruction problems and
mechanical problems for study.
A man's idea of money is that it's
something to get; women's that it's
something to spend.
Subscribe for SOONER STUDENT
II ILL!AM FOX, Presents
GLADYS BROCKWELL, In
THE FOKBIDDEN ROOM"
A story of City Official Life in which Corrupt Framers are Framed
stro"g P|ea 111 'avor of votes for Women. Battle for city in which
rogues are routed. Dramatic story of Corruption Cornered. In
which a woman pays for the evil men do. A mere girl makes a city
decent. IJrave girl risks her reputation to clear her sweetheart.
Also Five Big Acts of Big Time Vaudeville
Also I- atty Arbuckle and Mabel Normand in
•'FATTY'S BATHING BEAUTYS
Also a new chapter of Pathes Greatest Serial
"THE TIGERS TRAIL"
with Ruth Roland and eGorge Larkin
SUMMER STUDENTS WELCOME
who want tthc best in men's furnish-
ings, including shirts, socks, shoes, ties
and other accouterments will find them
Visit our store zuhcii dozvn town
C online/ Friday and Saturday—William Fox Presents Theda
I Bara in "THE SERPENT," wonderfull big battle scenes. The
| boar hunt is the greatest ever filmed, also a Sunshine Coniedv,
| OH II HA I A NIGH I with the last chapter of "THE
j TERROR OF THE RANGE."
The Sooner Confectionery
Home of Steffen's lee Cream
All Kinds of Cold Drinks
\ assar Candies
cigars and I obacco
1 T .
| J i \ our Swiss Chocolate and Carmel Sundae
I 123 East Mam. 1'hone 82
If you want a cool
place to eat with good
service try our cafe
Hooks and Supplies
Eastman Kodaks and Films
THE SOONER SHOP
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.