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Tulsa's First Night Football Game: Tulsa Vs. Sapulpa At Lee Stadium, September 27th, 1929

1929 tulsa central high school football from the tom tom

On Friday, September 27th, 1929, night football made its debut in Tulsa at Lee Stadium. 5,000 spectators attended what Tulsans called "after-supper football." The October 1929 Tulsa Spirit reported that Oklahoma A. and M. was the the only other Oklahoma organization playing under floodlights at that time. A white football was used to "better aid spectators and players to follow its course without effort." 

Oklahoma's Fastest Growing Businesses

Editors of Inc. Magazine recently released its annual list of the fasting growing small businesses in the country.  

Search the Inc. 5000 to see where Oklahoma businesses ranked.

Haunted by the Golem and the Jinni by Adrienne Teague

I cannot stop thinking about Helene Wecker's book, The Golem and the Jinni. I finished it three days ago, but I just can’t get it out of my head.

Using Census Data for Economic Development

Using Census Data for Economic Development

Sponsored by Community Service Council, Tulsa

Presented by Steve Beleu, Oklahoma Dept. of Libraries

 

 

Tuesday, October 28th

1:00-4:00pm

Hardesty Library, 8316 E. 96rd St.

Registration is required and limited to 18 attendees.  To register, e-mail jreed@tulsalibrary.org.  

 

Resources for Job Seekers @ the Library

Need access to a computer to search for jobs, fill out online job applications or write a resume?  

All twenty-five Tulsa City-County Library locations offer free computer access and wireless (Wi-Fi) connection.  Find your nearest branch!

In addition, the library offers numerous resources, both online and in print, to aid you in your job seeking. 

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