The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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the daily transcript
Issued Daily Except Sunday.
Published; by the Transcript-tv"'"?"" 1>ub"
iituing Cow; *iy. -
i liUUIvE Managing Editor
0. FO\ Business Manager
-ttered as >tcoiidcl«« ipatttr January 17,
u , at ti-,. jWofficc at Norman, Oklahoma,
Lnd'er the Act u. March 3. 1OT-
Daily Subscription Kates
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BERGLAN. Route 2, four mites north .
the summer school can tret a good
I room in exchange for his work on
'awn uid around the house, by ap-
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! RAGS: Save the raps for your coun-
' try's needs'.' Notify E. Hak>teer. ami
| he'll call and pay for the same ll-iit*
' and three east. j fj1 ' J
ROOM IN EXCHANGE FOR WORK T''"A C 'For Vs. 'phone 381 ^¥<T> A H 1*1 pjl 1
A :udent who. expects to attend 8-24 lw I | i J 3 11 ■ fi jlv JlJI M. A* V/w
ie .-dimmer school can tft t a good1 —^ —L—
Dr. Brooks Denies
•'•'Not a woi'd of truth in it, stated
Dr. Strattoti D. Brook.-, president of
(he university, when asked concern- ,
ing a statement in Wednesday s issue
,jf the Daily Transcript, that a cer- ■
lain professor of the university had
been dismissed because of suspicion- i
of his loyalty. _ „
Two professors. Dr. W. I Ilase- i
man, of the physics department, unu
s il Sayler, of the English depart-
me t, have asked for leave ot ab-
sence for next year but in neither
j>. there any reason to question
their' Americanism. Dr. Hasenian
voluntarily asked for the leave to re-
lieve the congestion of lnstructoi.
ami intends to do scientific research
work for the government. I rofessoi
Savler will spend his year studying
m Columbia university, where he ha.
a s«holarshi|i .
•1 am expecting eight or \ • > oti.u
requests for leaves of i ••«• V
near future, •said ■
,-Ttae enrolline"' i. Lie uni'.ers •
fallen off considerably since last yea.
tnd there is, at present, an over sup
ply of instructors."—Oklahoma ai >.
The Transcript has no disposition
to enter into a controversy with any-
one over this matter. It received the
information upon which the item was
based from * source it regarded as
wholly reliable. The item was in no
way meant nor can it be considered
as a reflection upon the university.
Rather would it be a reflection upon
the institution if it retained peoo.e
on its faculty tinged with disloyalty,
and it should be and is a matter for
praise when educational institutions
weed out teachers charged and prov-
en to be guilty of disloyal and unpa-
triotic acts or utterances. There is
no place for them in the schools of
free America, and we want no Gei-
mar. Kultur or anything tinged with
it taught in our schools. Yale, Har-
vard, Oolumbia, the University of
Kansas, University of Missouri and
other great colleges have dismissed
such teachers and everywhere they
are being weeded out. No reflection
wa.s meant, either, upon any loyal
member of the faculty who may be
going off oil a leave of absence. Their
loyalty is so apparent, so self-evi-
dent and so well known that no one
would think of ca ihg m question.
The Transcript is pleased to be
given the opportunity of placing it-
self on record on this subject, and we
believe its sentiments are those of
every loyal man and woman in the
"The Turn of a Card." Excite-
ment, action galore. J. Warren Kerri-
„a„, the Star. Seven big reels. Uni-
versity Theatre tonight.
LOST: Purse, containing riloney. ear-
rings and stamps. Finder please re-
turn to Mrs. Beulah Norell, Koute
Norman. 10-.it" |
DYEING; Any kind of dyeing, call j
593 and I wil call and tell you all j
about it. 10-4t I
FOR SALK: \ fresh Jersey e )\v and !.
calf, price $0.r>. '219 S Crawford, jj
Special prices on
Women's Cadet Hose
A splendid line cotton hose,
' reinforced heel and toe, full elas-
tic tops, in black and white, a
good value at 29c.
R U C k E R' S
VEGETABLE PLANTS: All kindp
can be obtained at the Eckenberger
Hot House. Phone 4C.7, or call at G04
At Seawell's 11 o-
WANTED: Laundry \vork
719 East Symrries street.
FOR SALE: Ford Roadster with new-
engine. Call at 220 West Apache
3:00 to 8:00 p. m. lu"u
LOST: One Full-jeweled K. A. fra- _
terhity pin, set with diaiponds and ■
„:,rls 'Return to Transcript office, ,_
L. C. GILES PHONE 59 W. C. WEIR
OFFICE—First National Bank Bid
Giles-Weir Investment Co.
farm lands and city property.
Call and see us, we have some good properties listed
worth the money. See us if you desire a loan on farm
property. If you have property for sale list it with us.
"Best in the Long Run"
We are exclusive agents for the
Federal Tires and also have a full line
of the United States rI ires, and \vanT
to serve you when in need of tires.
We also have a complete line of au-
tomobile accessories. I he Mischlien
Tubes are the best, and we have a full
stock on hand. We also sell the Rex
and Red Hot Spark Plugs.
pearls. ]Return to
and get reward.
No .woman will make a
mistake in ,choosing voiles
for Spring and Summer
Clothes, and our showing is
the largest we have ever
made for their variety is so
great that every possible use
can be made of them.
Note especially the lol-
•i *. 29c
Forty inch very sheer voiles at
High Grade India Linen at only ^ c
Sport Suitings in Stripes at
Fine Crepes, for underwear, in all colors at only 22 1 -2c
Large variety of remnants on our remnant table every
day this week at and below half price.
COMF, QUICK: I have bar-
' gains if taken right away. I have
two places joining each other con-
taining two lots each. One is a brand
new up-to-date bungalow 6 rooms,
bath and basement; the °t'ier0's ® t
room city water and lights. On west
side within five blocks of University.
For sale or rent, or will trade one or
both for a farm. For particulars ca l
at 128 Linn St. Norman, Okla.. or ai
dress VV H. Dawson, at same ad-
1 UtYvV llCfeCV
| that in -'t folk* ; |
| dvobt'y a car
| m: fo;. j tlicy j |r'
'] didivt buy oac ,
- JohaUWillyr I
Use wool right and you'll
save it for the fighters
The country needs wool
for its fighters; you can help
save it if you will buy the
right kind of clothes.
That means all-wool
They last longer and use
less wool in the long run
than part woolen clothes
that wear out quickly.
We know that we're do-
ing a good thing for you and
we're helping the cause
when we say
Oopjrulht 1938. A. B. Kir„chb am Co,
R E P A i R I N G
Ga.-oKne nad Oil
Also Sewing Machines
Repaired in aStisfac-
E. WRAY, Phone 562
buy Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
when you need new ones. They
save money, labor and material.
S. K. McCall Co.
the home of hart schaffner & marx clothes
We have just opened a feed store
in the building formerly occupied by
F. B. Jones on West Main, and have a
large supply of Alfalfa ancl1 Pnurie
Hay and mixed Feeds ol All Kinds.
J. G. HOLLINGSWORTH
Telephone No. 481
V8. OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY
At Guthrie, Okla.
Friday, April 12, 1918
Game Called at 2 o'clock p. m.
See ALEXANDER, the
World's Greatest Pitcher
Another big shipment of the
Famous Curlee Clothing and
While others talk Quality "we
guarantee it." A new pair ii they
don't wear is our guarantee.
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Burke, J. J. The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 11, 1918, newspaper, April 11, 1918; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113720/m1/3/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.