The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 14, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 26, 1922 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SOON'F.R STUDENT
WEDNESDAY, JUF.Y 26 1922.
)f n week from the time summer
scli'W is on[ niiijl fall session beci
ti". he^iniiiriif <,f tli
e si\ weeks $75
Muldrow Insurance Company Team U -l" !lt" p;'i(1 t,lc ,,0-v■', cover tuition
.... .. They are paid a bonus on all orders sc-
Stnothered Under 25 to 4 Score
I1 illinn the bases and then .smashing
out the horsehide for homeruns, coupled
penses throughout the state will be paid.
by the publishing company. ' <T
Those who are interested ran get fur-
ther particulars at the Y. M. C. A. of-,
fice from 3 until 5 p. m.
curs,I „„ coll^,,. Railroad I S„„„„^u7t„", Ad tr,i.«„
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with errors on the part of the opposing f|
The Minnesota Mutual run.s catm* in
the first, fourth and seventh innings
when Hall let down for the tour runs.
The score by innings.
Minnesota Mutual _>00 100 1 4
Insurance Class 154 Qt><) x 25
Batteries: (iibbs. U. McKown; Hall
■iiul I larliri,
STUDENTS MAY WORK WAY
THROUGH AUGUST SCHOOL
outfielders, enabled the Iisurance class i +
mi ;■. smother the representatives of
the Minnesota Mutual under a score of
to 4, 011 Hoyd field, Friday afternoon,
At no time was the Insurance team
pressed, registering their scores each in-
ning except the fourth. In the other inn-
iiiK-> they managed to amass their 25 tal-
Pictorial Review to Pay Expenses for
Students to Solicit
Hoys who would like to stay through
August and take the education courses
that are being offered will have an o[>-
portunity to make all their expenses
I lie 1'ictorial Review Publishing Co.,
will pay subscription solicitors a salary
We have moved hack to our old stand—
) hast ^a, —where we were located be-
fore the tire. We are completely restocking
nI1 ')ran(I new hardware and furniture.
Before leaving for your vacation, come in and look thru
our newly equipped stock.
i„c,.?Ur Priccstlare surPnsingly low—even lower in many
instances than tlie pre-war prices.
We have Community Silverware, Chinaware Kitchen
f "rniture th",R y°U C°U,d "Ced in h:""dware or
121 Kast Main Phone 491
Dr. P. A. Gordon
308 E Comanche
Hours 9 to 5
1 a!!> \nswered Tj;(> or N'ight
Don't Discard Shoes ||
With a little mending here and there,
your school shoes can he made to look
■ ike new and are so much more comfort-
able for your feet.
Don't throw your shoes away, instead,
bring them down to the West Side Shoe
Hospital and have them expertly mend-
ed. You save > our feet and you save
West Side Shoe Hospital
We Take This Opportunity
°f expressing our appreciation of the Summer School
students patronage and the pleasant associations we have
had with you during the past two months. Our aim has been
to please your tastes in photography and to be of service to
you at all times. If we have succeeded in any measure we
Before Leaving For Home
If there is anything in the line of photography that you
need don t hesitate to call on us. If you have 'a fush order
of films to be developed, prints to be made, a picture to
frame, or if you wish a gift to send to some friend, we are
at your service—willing and ready.
KVKRYTHING IN PHOTOGRAPHY
"Trubv Photos Are the Best"
i'Ilone 203 122 East Main
See You Sept. 15
In order to be even better able to
ser v'e Sooner Students next year,
we will start remodeling our con-
fectionery after Summer School
We have appreciated your pat-
ronage this summer and hope to
;ee you back in Soonerland in Sep-
ernber, or at latest next June.
BILL HOWARD, PROP.
1st. Floor Davis Hall
Of Course You Have More to Take Home
Than You Had When You Came Here
"jr tliaTtrip home—so Tou'can \'ini'^ a'U!^a '.Wge you'll need
catch the next internum 1 g ^ the fmaI :U1'1 ht' ready to
Briefly, tile Sooner of Sooners mentions the fol-
..J/""1'*' S'Ze'S sllaPes; strong, durable struc-
lure; priced from
8 to 27
Hand bags, just what you need for the things that
won t go any place else, priced from
7.50 to 9
Suit cases for checking the things you don't want
1.25 to 16.50
Many Little Last Minute
Wants To Be Filled Here
have" a"McSirl ,hink ot something they have to
We've Enjoyed Serving
You Thru the Summer
—and the Sooner of Sooners hopes that you'll
have a pleasant and restful vacation during
August, either returning to Soonerland in Sep
ternber or to the school you are to teach, re-
freshed and thoroughly ready for another year
of work, play and fun.
—the Sooner of Sooners and his salespeople
have enjoyed being of Service to you this sum-
mer—and hope that they niav again have an
opportunity to serve you.
—summer school is not pleasant at the best
and when the weather is as warm as it has
been the last few days, it akes determination
and will power to keep digging and studying
and working day and night for university cred-
—So, Good-bye and a pleasant vacation-time
until fall work starts.
S. K. Mr Call Company
NORMAN'S GREATEST STORE
"O. U. Clothes and Shoes"
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Monroney, Mike. The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 14, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 26, 1922, newspaper, July 26, 1922; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107585/m1/4/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.