The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 6, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 25, 1922 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SOONKR STUDENT WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1922
PORTO RICO STUDENT
"Still they come" might have been
the expression used by George Wad-
sack, assistant registrar, when Mario
B. Rodriquez of Camny, Porto Rico
enrolled in the university for the first
time this summer.
Rodriquez is a nephew of J. M. Her-
nandez .assistant professor of Span-
ish and adds to the list of foreigner
students enrolled here, making the to-
tal number twelve within the year.
Sunday, July 25
Game called at 3:30 p. m.
Will convince you what you're missing if you're not a regular
member of our Bunch.
For Good Eats
$0.00 per week 223 West Duffy
HAVE YOU TRIED OUR
"All Aboard" Special
A strictly O. U. Concoction
You will like it
The College Shop
No Refunds Rrery Sale Final
NORMAN'S GREATEST STORE
No Exchange No Phoae Orders
1 his hilarious farce com-
edy will he produced in its
entirety at the University
Today and Saturday
Constance Falmadge in
"The Primit ive Lover"
If you only knew how good this is,
we couldn't keep you away with a
Department Managers' Sale
Closes at 10 O'clock Saturday Night, June 24
Hut Sooner Summer Students still have plenty of time in which to
take advantage of the Department Manager's Sale at McCall's Nor-
man ,s (ii eatest Store. 1 oday will be lc-Dav—every department head in
the store co-operating to offer an item that YOU need at an unusually
i easonahle pi ice. All of the general price reductions will remain in force
until 10 o'clock Saturday night. Sat uday there will be several special
I cat in es throughout the store be sure to watch the windows for an-
nouncements of these specials to night.
Miss Hazel Atkins
In the Toilet Cioods dpeartment Miss Hazel is
offering for lc-Day perfume that sells for $1 and)'
S2 per ounce; Jergens and Melba, one ounce on
lc-l)ay for 50c, the second ounce for __ one
D. K. Boyd
For today's lc-Day special Key Boyd is offer-/
ing for men. (and women, too,) and $1 tie in hisl[(
entire stock—a wonderful opportunity to pur-*"
chase two ties, for you can select one for $1 and
a second for onc
Miss Hall is offering as her lc-Day special for .
today, June 23, bloomers in jersey at $2.95 and
$4.95. Also Radium silk bloomers in all colors for
$5.95, and a second pair for only one
Miss Audrey Puryear
Miss Audrey has selected for her lc-Day spe-
cial Zephyr Gingham, 36-inches wide, regular
$1.25 per yard values; but on Friday, (today),
you may select one yard for $1.25 and a second
yard for one
Here in the Ndtions Department you'll find
15c cards of buttons, which Mrs. Atkisson has
selected as her lc-Day special—buy one card ate
15c and you may then select the second card
lor lc-Day, (today), Miss Sitlington has de
cided to offer Eiffel Hose in brown, black andjfg
white, McCall's regular $1.50 pair value; one pair
for $1.50 and a second pair in any color for one
Jake says lie has a go-getter for lc-Day, (to- 0/%
day), in the way of women's pumps or oxfords in Pi
stock, select one pair at regular price on Friday
and then select another pair for which voti'll pay
Here's an unusually attractive offer from Mrs.
Neaves for lc-Day of gold lingerie pins; McCall's
regular 25c sets; special for Friday, one set for
25c, and a second set for _
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Monroney, Mike. The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 6, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 25, 1922, newspaper, June 25, 1922; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107574/m1/4/: accessed July 29, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.