The Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 221, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 15, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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It was three o'clock in the morning
as Mr. Younghusband crept softly up
the stairs. Opening the door to his ,
room noiselessly, he stepped upon the
tail of the family cat. Naturally a pen-
etrating yowl resounded through tho
night. "John," said his wife, awaken-
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be singing; the neighbors might com-
STATU IMVK1W1TV. +
Norman, Ok., May 14.—Plans are
being perfected for the summer
session which will begin June 13th
and last eight weeks, closing August
6th. Nearly all the heads of depart-
ments will teach. The summer ses-
sion is planned to accommodate two
classes of students; those who wish
to work out entrance requirements
of certain courses required for grad-
uation and those already in tho uni-
versity who have not satisfied their
group requirements. Courses es-
pecially designed for teachers will
also be given.
Work will be given in the follow-
ing subjects: Chemistry, Education,
English, Literature, French, Geology,
German, History, Latin, Mathemat-
ics, Music, Psychology, Shop work,
Archeology, Economics, Drawing
Greek, Physics and Sociology. To
satisfy the law in requirements as to
teacher's certificates, courses have
been arranged to be given in Domes-
tic Science, Agriculture and Manual
Training. Instruction in Voice,
Piano, and Violin will also be given.
No courses will be offered in either
the School of Law or the School of
The Sooner base ball team suffer-
ed their first defeat at the hands of
a college team this season when they
lost the lirst two games of their
southern trip series at Georgetown
last Friday. The Texans won by
the close scores of 2 to 1 and 4 to
Morris T. Myers, an advanced
(student In the chemistry depart-
ment has secured a position for the
summer as head chemist for tho
Crystal Ice Cream company at Okla-
homa City. He will take up his du-
ties about the first of June.
Rehearsals for the opera "Mar-
tha'' were resumed last Wednesday
evening. This number will be given
by the school of fine arts in the form
of a concert about June 3rd. The
members of the Messiah chorus
and others will participate in the
About thirty members of the
Freshman class went for a hayride
last Saturday morning. They took
their dinners and stayed all day in
the country returning about six in
The faculty of the law school at
EPworth University have arranged
with the head of the law school here
to combine the two schools and give
the work at Oklahoma University.
No classes as yet. have graduated
from Epworth. The senior class from
that school will be given their diplo-
mas from the State University next
June. The otfier classes after com-
pleting all the requirements and
work of the law school here will be
graduated with the students from
the Oklahoma University law school.
This will make the consolidation
complete with tho only law school
in the state where it should be, at
the State University.
The Oklahoma University Alumni
Association plan to make the reunion
of the graduates at commencement
■time this year very attractive to
those who are away so that they
will come back to their Alma Mater
and join in the festivities. Plans are
under way for the annual business
meeting and dinner to be held at
noon on commencement day, Mr.
Erwin has been appointed a com-
tee on program and arrangements
and an effort will be made to get a
large attendance for the closing ex-
ercises of the year 1909-1910.
The officers of the association are
as follows: President, C. Ross Hume,
Anadarko; vice-president. W. C. Er-
win, Norman; secretary, Myrtle
Professor H. C. Washburn is at-
tending the meeting of the Phar-
maceutical Association of America
which is being held at Washington
this week. During his absence
several senior members of the de-
partment have charge of his class-
Several students of the university
are planning to spend the summer
vacation canvassing for the Alumi-
nium Cooking Utensil company.
They will be gone all summer
working in towns not far from
One of the best games of the in-
ter-class base ball series was play-
ed Thursday afternoon between
the engineers and pharmo-medics.
The score at the end of the sev-
enth inning stood 4 to 0 in favor
of the latter class. Very few er-
rors were made. The pitching of
Lambert for the winners was ex-
ceptionally good, no hits being al-
The tennis tournament for the
$r 0 Bally loving cup is being
played this week. About twenty
men are entered for the contest.
The probable winner will be one
of the following: Swartz, Alden,
Minteer and Trout. The Bailey
cup was recently awarded the uni-
\erslty for competition by John T.
Hs.il.y .t All.ion. H, |f ;i Klim
lover of the sport and holds the
present championship of the state,
lie is a former class mate of Dean
Monnet, who has been couching
the boys on the flue points of the
The Sooner track team won
from the Aggies from Stillwater
in a dual meet held on Boyd Field
lust Friday. The contest was close
Irom start to finish, the tinal score
standing ti8 to 53 in favor of the
university. Several records were
broken. A feature of tho meet
vas the work of Artie Heeds who
has twice held the all around
Southwestern championship. New
records were set by him in the
hammer throw, shot put and pole
\ault. Twenty-one points were
taken by him in the meet.
Other men who did good work
1 for Oklahoma were Diamond, Mor-
tfr, C. Reeds, Mcintosh and
Woods. Stillwater had several
men of stellar ability. Talbot
was perhaps the best one. Jesse
in the hurdles, and Dorman, Pot-
ter and Jeffreys in the races did
excellent work. Yost and Veazey
in the weights were good men.
A. Ji >1. COLLI*.II.
The May carnival, held the ev-
ening of the !)th, on the collcg*
campus, was very successful from
every standpoint. Probably more
than two thousand people were
upon the campus during the ev-
ening. At seven o'clock in the ev-
cvenlng a chain of floats, beauti-
fully decorated with pennants and
colors, and hearing the college
girls, paraded the business parts
of the city. The procession was
headed by a large float bearing
the college band. The class drills
r.nd May pole dance, by the girls
of the gymnasium classes, was one
of the most beautiful entertain-
ments ever given in this city. The
booths, shows, and stands, by
which the crowds were entertain
ed. would have done credit to an
ordinary city carnival.
A high power X-ray set, and a
radium spinthariscope have been
ordered by the engineering depart-
ment, and will be features of the
The second inter-* holastic track
and field meet of northwestern Ok-
lahoma was held on the college
Mhletlc field Saturday last. A
large number of high schools, as
well as a number of the district
;ricultural schools were rep re-
nted. On account of adverse
eather conditions, few records
ere broken, clthouKh good time
was made in each event. Brady
f Enid, won the half-mile In
-:14, lowering the state record,
lie also won the on* mile run in
r:05, lowering the previous i
ord 53 seconds on that event. Enid
I igh school won first place in th
r.uet, taking 31% points. Pond
Creek second, with 111 points, and
Stillwater won third with 13%
points. In the evening a recep-
tion was held m tin capcl for tin
visiting schools, and tho medah
The work of improvement Is
progressing quite rapidly. Tin.
!' w concrete chimney is practical
ly completed. This structure is
built of solid concrete, reinforced
Ly twist steel, ami stands 125
feet high. The steel "\" beams
are being placed in the woman's
building and the walls are being
pushed up quite rapidly. A ship-
ment of steel roof trusses has
been received, to lie used ill the
new college barn, which is under
The Choral club and orchestra
are working daily upon the opcrot-
tu, "The llay Makers," which Is to
be given as part of the commence-
The college annual, "Tho Red
Skin" was distributed last week.
This Is the best annual that has
ever been produced in this school,
and is one of which the class of
1910 may well be proud.
The Seniors have about com-
pleted their work, many of them
taking their last examination be-
for tho last of this week. Tho
college will this year graduate the
largest class that has ever been
graduated by this Institution.
The new automatic drinking
fountain for tho college campus,
oidered some time age, Is here and
icady to be installed.
Unusual Interest is being man-
ifest In tennis this year. The
college hopes to have a good team
In the near future.
' special corps of cadets have
J been detailed to execute Guard
The woman who has the care of
children in addition to her house-
hold duties frequently finds the drain
upon her vitality more than her con-
stitution can stand. She becomes
nervous, irritable, passes sleepless
nights, has headache, backache and
other weaknesses that make life
miserable. For such there is nothing
that gives such quick relief as
Dr. Miles' Nervine
which acts directly upon the nrrves,
refreshing and strengthening them.
"I wn In a very uwik condition;
couM not miln uny stnn*;th; on ih>'
contrary, lapsod Into nervous prontrn-
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your druggist will return your money.
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711 West Elm Street
All kinds of first class laundry work, special attention to fancy
hand ironing. Phone 343 Red.
0. N. SIMPKINS, Prop.
Mount as a part of the commence
ItECITAL AT Till I'MVHItHITY.
On Monday, the 16th of May, a !
lecital will be given at University j
auditorium by Miss Claudia Page, I
violinist, and Miss lna Logan,
pianist, pupils of Prof. Dykster-
buis. Mrs. Hazel Denel Edwards
will be the assistant reader. Mrs
Eidwards has for this occasion pre-
pared a Japanese reading ill full
costume. For the physical drill
of this reading Mrs. Edwards has
speut four weeks in preparation.
This will be a very original num-
ber. It will be the last chance
for the public of Enid to hear Miss
Claudia Page in recital. Miss Page
Is booking many concerts In tin-
east for this summer and fall.
Miss lna Logan is fast becoming
ci.-e of our best pianists. This re-
cital will be the most artistic over
given In Enid. No admission will
be charged. Everybody cordially
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OFFIC IALS RETURNED,
W. 1). Hitchcock, commissioner of
waterworks and sewerage, and City
Engineer Sexton returned yesterday
morning from a visit to a number
of citleH in this and other states for
tho purpose of gaining Ideas in the
construction and maintenance of city
Among the cities visited were
Muskogee, Shawnee, Kansas City,
iLeavenworth and Joplin. Paving
and sewerage were matters partic-
ularly inquired into.
Mrs. Heist's solos are always
very highly appreciated by those
that hear her. Spend a pleasant
hour and hear her tonight, at tho
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Drummond, W. I. The Enid Daily Eagle. (Enid, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 221, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 15, 1910, newspaper, May 15, 1910; Enid, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc144429/m1/5/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.