Bygones: Duluth Normal School offers college subjects
News Tribune, June 25, 1920
- The Duluth Normal School will begin a course this fall in first and second year college subjects. The course will enable students to enter the University of Minnesota as juniors after attending the Normal School for two years.
- After receiving a low bid of $60,650 for construction of a city isolation hospital yesterday, the Superior City Council ordered all bids rejected. The commissioners said the city is unable to build such a costly structure at this time.
- From 20,000 to 30,000 cords of pulpwood from Nipigon Bay, Canada, will be rafted across Lake Superior to Ashland in July and August. It is likely that the Canadian tug Jim Whalen will do the towing.
- Miss Mildred S. Mandel last week became the first Biwabik girl to graduate from the University of Minnesota when she received her Bachelor of Arts degree at commencement exercises in Minneapolis. She will assume a position as high school teacher at Red Wing.
Bygones is researched and written by David Ouse, retired reference librarian from the Duluth Public Library. He can be contacted at email@example.com.