The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 28, 1922 Page: 2 of 4

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THE SOONER STUDENT
Kstahlisiied 1910.
A newspaper for the students of the
University of Oklahoma, published
twice a week during the summer ses-
sion on Wednesday and Frida> morn-
ing.
THE SOONER STUDENT WEDNESDAY. JUNE 28, 1922
VIikf Monkonky _Editor
\ki.is Lanham Business Manager
Is the honor system an asset to an
educational institution such as the U-
niversity of Oklahoma? We most em-
phatically do say yes. The university
does not cater to the immature stu-
dent but is supposed to have as its stu-
dents, mature persons who have too
much mora! stamina to yield to so low
a temptation as cribbing.
The honor system is not a school
enforced rule. It is handled solely by
your representatives. When you crib j
and pet by with it. you are not cheat- J
mg your professor, your school or
your student council, you are cheating
only yourself. For the Council is your
representatives who are put there to
look after your affairs.
The honor system is in force. It is
the duty of the summer student to
support the university and abide by it
or withdraw immediately.—M B
COURSE IN LIBRARY
INDIAN MUSEUM TO BR
OPEN HERE NEXT WEEK
Hit Indian Museum of the university
is being moved from the north etid of
the Law building to the south end of the
basement in the same building. Dr. E. E.
Dale, professor of history, states that
the Museum will be open to visitors the
latter part of next week.
Lost—A Jean Wrist Watch with
gold bracelet somewhere between
East Boyd and Dolls Park; June 21.
Finder please call Anna Faynter,
50#—J, or return to 1010 Trout street
and receive reward.
Patronize those who are for you
Make sure that your merchant is an
advertiser in the Sooner Student.
Instructors from Other Universities
Assisting in Instructing
Librarians
A six weeks course of instruction in
library -.cience is being offered this
summer, according to Jesse L. Rader,
librarian.
The course is designed especially
l >r tho.-c interested or employed in li-
brary work. Seventeen have enrolled
i;i the course which requires six weeks
to complete. Six hours elective credit
I- given in the college of Arts and Sci-
ences for this work.
A high standard ha been maintained
i:i the .selection of teachers. Only those
being chosen that are familiar with the
library work.
Miss Mary h Goff. from the univer-
sity of I e\a~. teaches classification,
cataloging, and administration. Miss
I-abel H. Smith, from the University
of Illinois library, teaches reference
work, and various records in connec-
tion with order, accession, shelf, and
loan work. Mis, May Spencer, gradu-
ate of University of Oklahoma is an
assistant in the department.
UNIVERSITY THEATRE
today wd Thursday
Loiui B Mayw X
ANITA
STEWART
;%Woman/
lie Married^
, Diractta if
NibUj
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Che drama ■>! three men three wo-
I
men and three kinds of I >\ \, fine aj
i'l:t} as Vnita Stewart 'uis ever mad< '
Selected Comedy
Teacher's Special Photos
At $3.00 per dozen
Creager's Studio
Quick Lunches
\\ hen you sleep late these mornings and
have hut a few minutes before class, remem-
ber that a quick lunch cooked right, and de-
liciously seasoned can always he had In-
stepping in at the
Sooner Cafe
J. A. Vincent, Prop.
Phone 488 203 1-2 East Main
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Try the
O. U. Lunch
Short Order Lunch Counter
Hamburgers Drinks IceCream
j C larence & William

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1 New Proprietors |
Make That Date Now
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for that
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Student Council
Radio Concerts
Music, Baseball Xews and Current Events
l7clllCC
,
P roadcasted from Oklahoma Citv
1
1
Davis Hall
l
FREE
Every Xight, 8:30 to 9:30
Saturday Night
Lindsey's Drug Store
8:30 to 11 p. m.
L
116 EAST MAIN PHOXE 362
ALL ABOARD
.vervthing Ready tor the Biggest Show of
the Season
It Ynu Miss I his Wonderful Production
You'll Be Sorry
University Auditorium
Thursday Night, June 2(>
mie: N: 15 p. m. Price $.55
Auspice of Campfire Girls
The Sooner Shop
"()n Sooner Corner"
School Supplies
Tennis Goods
(jolf Clubs
I >aseball Kquipment
I At r\thing foi the >tudent from thumb
tacks to college pennants.
YYateiman and Parker fountain pens
1 lave you a "Tubit" Pencil

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