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' the daily dcollegian w. volume xlv (z-503) complete (ap.) coverage -.stillwater, oklahoma, wednesday morning, december 6, 1030 (ap) numuar70 r - i n -i ... . , .- .i,-,- 1 oklahoma band clinic to open on campus thursday three-day fete id draw many bandsmen 5 jviusic for spring festival will be selected here r lly frank eyler tjie oklahoma band clinic, sponsored annually by the state bund association open thursday when approximately 170 select musicians frori highschool bands gather a three day mooting, december 7 to 9. o )eninjf on date of boh makovsky's twenty-fifth anniversary service a. and m. college, clinic run rapid fire through days practice, marching, rehearsals. ,thc central purpose is numbers played tlic in their annual contest spring. twelve fourteen pieces have been national organization from which leaders choose this stale. c divided visiting students into two play these selections. gives school conductor voice making who make up arc recommended home director selecting committee. mu-slc-f(k clusa-a schools both symphonic one groups. music d class b second group. guest conductors bruce .jones, little rock, arkansas, band, leonard maug university oklahoma. past years has but tills year it entirely association, an directors. ersatz in england a special "gas producer" i cnvi ru low grade coal into gait to clrlrc london's trucks mid busses. mounted on trailer front of (he vehicle, this "producer" supplies fuel for huge double-deck litis. tills "eraau" campaign using sulifililiitra conserves tlic empire's resources. all for science the sake of silence lc:!i'i.l s. kaplan, president nf c.'.tv. inch, safety couikii, volatile rcd ! sit down with a quari winsk.' and lest accuracy "druiiimmc-icr," device testing drinking drivers. after his fourth "im'lrwn ikir." kaplan sees everything. (iii-uukii glowing eyes. lie is happy, ami all's right tlio world. blows into (lie "drtinkome-tcr" balloon. examination lircatli proved him to in no coudl-llon drive ear according indiana legal standards. agreed tliu machine' verdict. was made under alat expert's supervision. supports allies -hum 1 yrttmbefumtar i li iprv y franco-urlllsh prestige in the mat-kans was strengthened when romania's king carol named (toorge talarcscu to tlic premiership, succeeding constantino argotouuu, whose cabinet resigned nftur refusing grrmauy concessions on oil h4 foodshuts. 'lmnr"u-u, former ru-itinuun m)in(iir u- rnncc, is tttronnlj pro iillr. orchid perfume is mud up , - largely of synthetic substitute, since it so expensivo to makt in the puro state. i home economics kitchen to be remodeled soon plans arc being made remodel the kitchen, room 201 and equip entirely with electrical equipment. tlic w'" ,,e divided into four smaller kitchens equipment is bolng (urnisiird by oklahoma gas electric company through cooperation of various supply companies. there will an "l" shaped kitrhen, a "u" one, parallel one in which all straight line. each planned for different size family arid they range trom apartment ono eight. miss mary beth carter, associate professor household science, stated that it hoped have finished ready use opening second semester. makovsky honored on radio thursday 4 oklahoma city and tulsa stations to honor director "radio's makovsky day", honoring the silver anniversary of ' bohumil makovsky's services as music a. m., will be observed with a radio program december 7, under direction extension division. presented over stations, ktul at. tulsn.nhd ikoma at from 4:15 p. m. thursday, program, symphonic bund concert, n special feature farm home program. featuring several own compositions, including "oamc march", "diverse thoughts", "senior "180 infantry dramatize many outstanding colorful incidents ids life time he was small bohemian lad his present status one tiic foremost figures in world con-t temporary music. band head department since 1014, has taught dozens highscliool directors state nation. is considered largely responsible for oklahoma's high titanding v.i directed by leo ncwsomc, narrator, who assisted writing script, broadcast include silas glider, playing part dramatic incidents, aaron anderson, paul baxter. . nothing settled and many questions raised as englishmen go to mat with aggielanders; audience praises international debate a - by i lays cross nothing was settled and many questions were raised in college auditorium tuesday night as the speakers representing oklahoma 4 a. m, union of students england wales cn-, gaged debate on question, "resolved, that foreign policy united states should be one complete isolation." it an interesting session two englishmen, both quiet, effective speakers, put their points up against uie ones und m.'s representatives. "redcoats" j. m. parkinson george dean, boys, murl rogers kenneth tccgardcn. fur flew a bit early when tccgardcn made some reference to letter englishmen had received, bean, his speech immediately after yielded floor, said "despite accusations thrown at our character, mr. v 1 parkinson and i arc delighted to be here." the boys confined their rc- j. ii. george bean, two english lads who debated in college auditorium tuesday, will remain stillwater all day wednesday. they stay cor-dcll hall. after engaging six more debates this country, return england, where enrolled army. both probably somewhere eastern franco within next or three months. marks subject at other times. 3 main points affirmative argument centered on that country did not make world safe for democrary last war, can economically self - sufficient by developing trade with south. america, and that this country need not fear invasion if germany russia take over europe because he atlantic ocean other factors make the united states impregnable to atack from without. englishmen contended cannot isolate itself. one reason for tills inability, they said, is america's internal condition, since foreign elements in country, still retain their loyalty counties of ancestors. frontier now lies europe. although european "isms" may spread through an actual war, can bo internally, said. great danger argued, agents convert n majorly populace "isms." points liaised several interesting were raised by englishmen. said america did nothing make the world safe for democracy after last war ended, since tills country walked out of peace conference and refused to aid in reconstructing europe. "america is loo modest," ono tlic speakers exclaimed, adding that should begin feel its power as world's most important neutral throw influence toward cessation hostilities. "is it not possible," parkinson asked at one point, "that america, remaining struggle growing fat on profits, will be a rich plum insidious internal campaigns?" aggies, making up enthusiasm what they may have lacked finish, drew an approving murmur from audience when thev stated "we're old no. 1, united states." "it isn't going ta cash carry munitions policy," tccgardcn asserted his rebuttal, "becalm" looks if all british ships arc sunk." pan-hellenic will lead campus groups in contributions to christmas baskets soon need city families to benefit from campus move under the sponsorship of pnn-hcllcnie, various organizations on a. and m. will make contributions christmas baskets that paii-hcllcuic annu-ullyiglvos' tn.4heasnccdyjfamlhcs stillwater, mary jane huklll, president, announced december g. any organization expressing a desire contribute be given privilege do so, mrs. huklll said. she also said letters telling complete details tlic plans mailed leaders soon. distributed morning 23 by stillwater members sororities. mr. sam myers furnish n truck carry donors donations. pan-licllcnic is securing list needy chamber commerce. docs not iccclve letter within u few days wishes contribution requested call j think it over i some refined oklahoma glory this the season o ftho year when is iriven ' somo praiseworthy headlines in newspapers throughout country. happes every year. name appearing favorably papers chicago, milwaukee, minneapolis, st. louis, denver, kansas city, omaha and dozens of other centers. why? because oklahoma's four-h club boys girls, our a a. college many leading livestock men are at international show chicago winning goodly share top prizes country's biggest show. may come for ridicule states such movie mistakes as "oklahoma kid" literature currant rage, "grapes wrath." thu roaring yessing politicians cause rest nation to pity us. nationally we rank near bottom number good books purchased, amount pay teachers. but comes along each finds out that somebody amounts something entries first pluce on or that, taking championships lines, scoring nerirly classification. no state has outstripped farm achievements. they bring re-' fined without band music, pep squads, publicity build-up, hope reward anything except bowl plenty which provide themselves by their own efforts city times bounties for the killing of crows have been offered in united states since 17u0. band fraternity to hold meet tonight founder of kappa psi will be present i .kappa psi, nauonal hon-oraryjbtihd vfraternlt'y'toundcd''bnv tlic a. and m. campus 20 years ago, a founders' banquet wednesday evening in the college cafeteria annex. this especially noteworthy view fact that wlliialn scroggs, present. now successful insurance man, has come stillwater from denver order nt-tand silver anniversary concert doll makovsky's gl"cn thursday night at 8:15 4-h club una student activity building. spread 41 nation's leading colleges universities since its start hprc 1010. scroggs was farm boy attending when idea new national struck him. october unit year he had completed ills plan for organization expansion phi began. boh makovsky been patron, saint founding. officers alpha chapter are franz w. logan, president; george hansen, vice-president; richard butts, secretary; vernon hartman, treasurer; charles shafcr, editor paul, sentinel. bigelow speaks to agg group advanced students hear authority morris- a . bigolow, .educational consultant of tlic american social hygiene association and ono the country's foremost authorities on hygiene, addressed in sociology, phycliology, health physical education prairie playhouse tuesday at 2 p. m. defining terms, said that concerns physical, mental, relations two sexes. "the world would be very different place if there were but one sex," asserted. "with only sex wc have no barber shops, beauty music, or art, mention few things." asserting great deal misunderstanding is connected with word sex, he should think its broad, not narrow, sense, father, mother, brother, und sister are ords, pointed out. first instruction, necessary after child's question "where did baby come from?" matter simple biological knowledge, asserted, adding best comes from adjustments made by children home. outlined activities sociay association, which represents. active medical, legal, protective, work. dr. bigelow, formerly head columbia university biology department, was brought here nelson s. walkc, department a. walkc had classes while working for his ph. d. degree later blgclow's associate teaching stuff. sturgis to speak aice tonight personal story be theme of talk nelson sturgis, a. and m. graduate, will address the american institute chemical engineers this evening at 5 o'clock in room 207 chemistry building. mr. engineering authority, relate his experiences group. he is connected with e. d. badger sons boston, mass., specializing petroleum distillation equipment. speaker graduated from 1022 witli a b. s. degree chemistry. taught here for while then went michigan university obtained ills engineering. "mr, spent year russia installing operating processing plants petrol-bum. has made three, trips persia install oil. rooms needed a call for about 170 band clinic visitors was issued tuesday by the ymca. highschool visitors, both boys and girls, will be here thursday friday nights pay fifty cents per person night, all per-s o n s having available should list them at y-hut once. college livestock wins stretched at chicago chicago, dec. 5 (special) oklahoma a. and m. the international tuesday its total number of ribbons for tlic first two days showing to five reserve championships, seven firsts, is seconds 13 thirds. college's newest triumph capture championship in shorthorn breed, un honor won by roan elk, breed champion american royal last month. 1 a place ribbon was pen 10 ches- tcrwhite barrows. i a new type of piano with partially retractable wing to increase performance is ncarlng perfection. is there a santa claus? college left salary-wondering as debt limit hit by state salaries to be paid as more money is taken in chests oklahoma city, dec. 5. (ap) the stale slopped is-suing warrants on general fund late today when $400,000 debt limit set .by constitution was reached. no will issued until additional revenue collected. employees of 2!) departments and institutions were left wondering whether they would receive i) e c m b r checks before christmas. payrolls cleared if enough comes in. among divisions whose claims failed beat deadline oklathoma a. college lieutenant (jovernor james berry's office. tax commission turned over $1 (52,125 trcas-urery today. or that amount, $!)7,000 met university payroll. central teachers took most remainder. toys exhibited by nursery school staff which were at the toy fair, sponsored , home economic? staff, urc now for sale in homo economics building, room 11. may he obtained tlic catalogue prices. dunham to address hotel administration students norman a. dunham, of tlic stanley hotel, kates park, oclo., will the administration, -ml any ethers wlio are interested, today at 11 a.m. in homo kconomics building, room uuti. is international education director for greclers' association. ho be honored with a luncheon north annex cafeteria 12. popular campus dining place is destroyed by fire early tuesday dutch bishop's goes up in flames; fire source unknown aggie students will tentatively! be searching the city's eateries fori a new sunday night rcndcvousl following flro at butch uish-iop's drive-in restaurant early tuesday morning, which did an, estimated $3,000 damage to thu popular dining place i tlic fire, heaviest loss of year city building, "p-l patently originated from spontan-1 cous combustion oily clothes kitchen and blaze had lazed roof structure when was discovered alarm turned by mrs. william davis, 1303 main street, who awakened truck driven "nived town about 5 1 o'clock proceeded sound his ' horn rouso neighbor-1 hood. j kitchen, while room its fixtures were, damaged only smoke heat. fire-1 men brought under control quickly after their arrival on scene. insurance covered adjustor here afternoon determine extent damage, workmen were wait-1 ing for him finish job so thcyicould begin wui:c structure. reopening occur within week or ten days,1 bishop announced. president outlines plans for finland war debt payment benefits to little nation are planned i washington, dec. 5,-(ai) -president roosevelt disclosed at a press conference today that he was seeking method or using tlic i-mulsh payments benefiting' i'.inland. 1 lie replied with an abrupt om-pdhtlc ncgaflyo the question of w'hrthcr it woilld bo unneutral tp forgive vitinish hinder circumstances. mr. hoosevclt uncertain as what will ultimately be worked nut. said had asked secretary morgcnthau segregate finnish $234,000 expected december 15 in separate account and leave untouched until best making money available people could out. indicated somo similar treatment regarding her past may accorded. only congress can change terms any present agreements. so is 'proposing held ho take up congress. potatoes is the chief crop of maine. i there arc more than 4,000 kentucky colonels. ( -i .... j"c christmas concert to be given soon by choir group december 17 date set for annual yuletide event tlic of the a. and m. symphonic choir, a traditional in stillwater's celebration yuletide, will at 4:15 p. m hi college auditorium. paul t, kllngstedt is director choir. last eight years one ol college's choruses has this program. several times past the" irtimbcrs have been broadcast. arrangements broadcast year may made before 17th, klindstedt said, program chorus go voices include christinas carols selections da cli, grctclianinoff, glinka, liszt, gaul, dctt, christiansen. all numbers sung without accompaniment. stage scenery keeping with season, kliugstcdt said. bust of gallagher shipped east for casting in bronze plaster cast the e. c. gallagher, veteran aggie wrestling coach, has been to roman company, new york c!ly, bronze. sculptured by gladys i luting theu, albuquerque, n. m., during tlic past six weeks. on completion will be placed galhighcr ticldhousc, aluiougn no definite date set unveiling memorial. oklahoma a. and m. graduates three years left money c.irry out this project. academy of science meets in tulsa december 8 the science, tr i which many professors or campus belong, is holding ft annual meeting 0, at university. robert murry, n commerce senior from flurtlesvllle, to give a paper tlic on "relation industrial ubiquity markets". papers geographical section will be given as follows: kenneth bcrtrand, gives "field methods employed preparation pliy-siographlcal diagram," r. w. lynch, "forty years sac and fox", m. f. hurrill, "nature ubiquity." there are several sections this science. some more important biological, geological, physiological, sociological.
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|Description||The student-run newspaper at Oklahoma A & M College from 1924 to present|
|Publisher||Stillwater, OK; Oklahoma A & M College, 1924 -|
|Relation||The Daily O'Collegian|
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