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toe daily o'collegian volume xlv (z-503) complete (ap) coverage stillwater, oklahoma, thursday morning, december 7,1039 number "71 winner r national 4-h honors taken by ag frosh betty jo etchison is dress event winner in chicago meet hay e howell higlrplaccmtfnha appropriate contest was yon a. and m. college student. she rated along with 10 other girls, who were all placed the blue ribbon class. held wednesday as a part of congress i chicago. there 4g states cmpetition. miss freshman school home economics. affiliated kappa alpha theta sorority. her bushing. ,mlss etchbon honored night, winners at u banquet given stevens hotel. girls received gift, sewing kit containing pinking shears. won august trip, expenses paid state 4-u club t organization, last when proclaimed appro-, priatc dur- j ing round-up ut accompanying to almlra purvlancc-abornathy, county demonstration agent has worked champion during three years. mrs. ' abernuthy made trip through generosity payne clubs, which for eighteen years agent. daughter mr. 1 e. deep rock, north cushlng, j, niece vesta etchison, y wca secretary tho college. regan early mis began career osugo old. throe ugo came this parents. almost eight work established an enviable record, fact, been outstanding virtually every phaso 'work, year county's best all-around girl tills clothing girl, ( summary achievements work, valued dollars cents, shows that projects have netted $3,151.14, taking into consideration value products sold, valuo used homo on hand, prize money won. total $120.05 county, district competition, (continued paoc 3) incorporation of state youth legislature announced move arranged by stan synar on ag campus provisions made to eliminate negro delegates incorporation as an educational organization of the oklahoma youth legislature was announced wednesday stanley synar, president atatc council. model legislature, which meets at city december 28 ihrough .10, with rovisions eliminating egro delegates. "our reason for barring from thr is not that we d want consider their problem., hut keep further developing wc-ial hatred being fo-ai-ml communist,'' synai. a senior in school f agriculture said purpose listed preamble calls cu'urnti(ii "an purpnsp educating oklahoma's white ineclihini s i government through iwrticipntinn lcgislatuie two lmu. iv" incorporators uimi;i-tion were wainr: charles coddlnk, fmakrr: viola whipple, stillwater; waltrr st .ck. fairland; laura ltnlh whipple murl horen. i'.iwiiee; allone mittendorf. el item; walter stonman, sand spring .. k.ilph drcsscn, seward; and neil funis, holey. majority this rioup are a. m. college students. secretary slate granted corporation charter las tuesday. hoard elected directors vvi re . president; codding, vice secretary; hon mcc'uni-mon, hartlesville, treasurer; p.ml harkcy, idabol: .loe parks. m.n-kcll; halph hogg, city; slack kug-crs. oyl same group dc-jeutcd communist clement there last yoar. "we expect get .snim-thing done year both education constructive manner, inst-vd .squabbling ins' years," said. interest "wo acquaint funrtion state government. w.ml have democratic discus.. ions various problems confront tho order tint may become acquainted problem," he conlitmed more than students representing clubs ; l attended oyl. tills tli.ii. wrecked hoc, using i-ge l.itmv front propaganda. university, university other colleges li n throughout -mired they will attend year's session tentatively scheduled be held stale capih.l. age limit delegate., between ik 25. must represent stale, district, county or local nrgauiatiun. first prizes won by two members of advertising class in a eomik-tition sponsored the college hu.,nn -, administration boston uiiivcr..ii.v. tun member pnr. p. c n.ihi took fu.t pi io.-, it was announced tin week competing against over 3o0u onlrios nationwide contest, mary frances love and ivmvce ward wore itemed among 27 prize winner.'.. ten o.i fifty men m cu-: l,.,d submitted analyse;; adveilre-inonts tho saturday kvrning post, as part their studies copy. fact that girl prlxet., came i distinct shock to class, who also hud entered competition. this nuiy prove girls are bettor exports than men, or may be unit lady luck wiui girls. howovei, what ever v.s, shows boys had better start hustle. professor nahl, attempting make study more interesting und up-to-date, is using magazine n$ text book course for prt semester. students ar unanimously favor thu rndthod putting thoir theorlos into prae-tlce. j makovsky will be honored today day is dedicated to nationally famous a. and m. band director beloved aggielandcr be featured in silver event concert at 8:15 tonight uy hays cross thursday will bo bah makovsky stillwater as the city oklahoma and-m. college honor bohemian who came this country an immigrant lad when ho was 17 lived become one of united states' foremost bandmcn. bolt's band, considered best musical groups country, day's celebration, with anniversary scheduled p. 4-h club student activity building. ' bandmcn from oklahoma and other states will converge on the aggie capital to honor boh. annual band clinic, which bo attended tills year by over 170 selected highschool musicians their directors, open thurs-' day. swell a crowd that may reach 4,-000 at thursday concert. scrorrs here already tho campus is william scroggs, denver, founder of kappa psl, national honorary fraternity started cmpus in 1010. now has chapters 41 american college campuses, celebrating its twentieth anniversary connection with boll's celebration his twenty-fifth a. m. symphonic bund officials announced .south door flcldhousc would he used for concert to- illkllt. , tickets sale 7 p. start promptly 8:15, it was announce d. patrons were warned event begin time. least two composers be in. the. .fleldhouso thursday. n, de rubertls, kansas city, noted composer "nlobc, romantic legend," indicated ho present. "nlobc" third number program. own and, course, makovsky right. entire last half program given five tue bandman's compositions, including "anniversary march" composed especially this occasion. some have called march, says liis composition, best written. piece world premiere hundreds students are expected audience, as well former who known social groups present body concert, according information received wednesday night. several stillwater organizations, rotary club, an member, en masse. members been selling 40c apiece during week. ducats purchased holmes music stoic, gage .store, kcnnlcutt's auditorium box office. delivered anyone calling agglcland awaiting months, mark end latest chapter fairytale career makovsky. born sept. 23, 1870, frantisky, bohemia,- small village father served mayor one died shortly before boh born, young bohomfan early learned meaning hard work. time play but did havo music. first instrument clarinet, took up because untie played lie 'very fpnd uncle. when 17, rtn older sister her husband w'ho lived clarkson, neb., sent for' him. incidentally, clarkson month. passage filthy boat. broke reached new york made four-day trip nebraska without eating bite food. job cigar-maker's establishment, clarinet not forgotten. within wagon show managed edward reno, magician, came through op clarinetist. knew scarcely word english, men patient (continued page 3) i i'hone changed college telephone officials announced today that hanncr hall, thatcher hall and crutchfield had been returned to the old system can now be renched, if calling from outside, by 1480 asking for floor. inside college, halls reached merely floor.. radio programs to honor "boh" over stations today life dramatization is theme of koma and ktul events dedicated doh makovsky's twenty-fifth year service as music director a. m. college, a program dramatizing his presenting some compositions will be broadcast from 4 4:15 this afternoon koma, oklahoma city, ktul, tulsa. following tho playing "oamc march," one compositions, narrator leo ncwsomc set the scene for drama by telling bohemian lad's trip america first work in wagon show. ills story supplemented skits more outstanding incidents, continue describe progress band organizer, director. -the-narration will' lncludcthc details acceptance position department, offered dr. j. w. cantwcll, then president other narrations carry musician through founding kappa psl, national fraternity, collaboration with william scroggs; hall fame; present silver anniversary celebration. symphony play two "diverse thoughts" "180th infantry march." participants silas grldcr, portraying boh makovsky dramatic paul baxter speaker fame, aaron anderson scroggs. "radio's day" bo special feature farm home program, under direction extension division supervised sam schneider, assistant editor charge radio. wright in charge of christmas seal sale albert l. is the annual for stillwater this year. tins helps provide modern methods to fight tuberculosis, and unique because it gives everyone, regardless his means, an opportunity help. seals which cost only a penny, have blue background, with double red cross, white angel year on it. tho last three decades alone, since time were first sold united states, tuberculosis death rate has been reduced by over two-thirds. meat judging team wins fifth at international the oklahoma a. and m. college meats competing livestock exposition chicago won in a field of 13 teams. individual competition wayne christian placed sixth lamb. as whole third on lamb, pork tenth beef. other high honors taken by was couplo firsts two angus bull calves. v bandsmen from three states will start arriving for meeting registration begins in auditorium at 4 o'clock today state highschool bandsmen will begin to arrive this afternoon iparllcipatc the band clinic sponsored by association and including all region six, covering texas, oklahoma, new mexico. musicians register try-outs for two bands be held starting 5 old engineering central order complete rosters demonstrations 10:00 a. m. friday morning. give purpose tl) of is select bund members played their annual contest spring. numbers chosen from fourteen pieces selected national organization. visiting u.iud students divided into playt hese numbers. gives school conductor a voice making selections. high who make up are recommended home director tho selecting committee. class schools both symphonic mid one groups, i music c d second higlischool group. name conductors guest bruce jones, little rock, arkansas, , band, leonard -maug university oklahoma. past years has been col-logo, but year it entirely the, oklahoma association, an organization directors. english debaters who appeared here prepare to return england and life of soldiers & . by jeanne robins george bean and victor parkinson, english debaters who appeared here december 5, have only six more colleges to visit before they return england dnd enlist for active service in eastern france, conversed informally with an assembly of speech students tuesday morning the prairie playhouse, audience asked many varied questions which were answered completely frankly, t comparison between american universities brought forth interesting differences. exams stiff entrance examinations are very stiff. if a prospective university student doesn't pass them, he just go college. tests given at ends certain periods, failure means finding career require higher education. scholarships scholastic achievement, not athletic ability, athletes arc granted no special privileges. wo tremendous advantage over youth that working one's way through col- lege is an unheard of practice in britain's universities. students hold positions only for the honor and pleasure it brings them. that reason a bare two porcent those finishing secondary school continue college. scholarships often fall to provide complete education, many must drop out because lack funds. colleges americans think english mil- , versltles terms oxford cambridge, but arc universities at their best. reality, greater part are lacking both tradition beauty. aro. located large indus- trial cities such as liverpool. campuses aro scattered tho buildings antiquated. george bean said, "you can got everything america you england, except tradition, oven won't help get through life." j "tho chief drawback american speech training," declared i briton, "is they wait too long start. highschool place training, not college." make tours representatives national student union making the annual american tour are chosen through keen competition. a contestant from each university enters forensic meet sponsored by union, and best two go abroad. when asked about school clothes, they said that gray flannel troiisors sports jackets wore universal for boys, skirts blouses girls. only forty porcent of english co-eds were flal-hcolecl shoos, while ninety percent woar thorn in this country. . uniforms elaborate military arc much moro here. basic training unit, otc, is comparable to rotc, however, participation entirely voluntary. neither it compulsory enter service. draft made age groups not according amount man has received. a. m.'s campus impressed them its newness constant progress. expressed hope, money was' being spent on academic progress as well building progress, especially view recent salary cut. , ' cushing man to gq on preliminary hearing soon charged with drunken driving here monday cordon pulliam, cushlng, arrested in a minor traffic accident night and druijjkcn driving, will receive prclmiiinary next tuesday morijlng. the defendant was reported havt two pints of liquor his possession at jhc time ar-restfand allegedly threw another oncmhlrd full away approach officers. pulllam's bond set sl-000. bennett to visit texas prexy's . inauguration ceremonies be held december 9 austin, texas, dec. 0. dr. henry g. bennett, president of oklahoma agricultural and mechanical college, will represent that institution ut the homer p. raincy as university saturday morning, among representatives 177 colleges who attend inaugural exercises. an address by ralucy highlight ceremony, which include also chester ii. howell, former editor san francisco chronicle. preceding exercises a two-day conference on theme, "the state' put .education," .r needs youth dl.scus.scd .discussed educational system state evaluated newton i. edwards chicago dean b. f. pittcngcr at thursday afternoon conference, close witli "a program for american youth," floyd w. reeves, succeeded director commission. latin relations night have speakers richard pattee division cultural department state, washington; amcrico castro, distinguished professor romance languages und former, spanish ambassador germany; charles huckctt, acting chairman university's latin-american institute established next year. using resources utilization 'lexus is theme friday morning. spcakcra george a. hill, jr., houston oil company, e. h. johnson research staff, cox, business bureau. nftcrnoon discussion (continued page 4) lqctures today on european situation ' for vital topic qualified by first-hand observation of the situation, this summer, miss fern babcock. regional ywca director, will speak at tho hour 10 a. m. in y-hut subject "europe september 1, 1030." fourteen years a leader yw ca work, babcock has traveled extensively america and europe, is particularly interested studying politics conditions. she graduate kansas state teachers' colltgc studied obcrlin columbia universities new york. further details , can be obtained from bardsley twinkle little star is night problem agglcland owls took to astronomy in an excited, yet puzzled way last night as prowlers called the o'collegian office for interpretation on peculiar "goings on" of a star which appeared southeast heavens while professional star-gazers themselves, graveyard shift workers were forced to admit their ignorance matter . constituted fact that star, cxtra-ordinarily bright was blinking and changing colors' with alarming rapidity. advice college staff member sought c e. bardsley, professor civil engineering, hauled from his warm blankets explain nocturnal phenomena. make technical explanation short: just dog going through its nightly chores it rose off horizon earth position sky. course, there's more than but far bo us try explain. deadline for issuance of automobile drivers' tags set december 31 motorists living in stillwater and vicinity are warned by tag agent ben p. choate that the tho renewal driver's licenses without having to submit an examination, both written a demonstration driving ability, is 31. tills year, first time, every member family or firm will not have stand line get his license renewed. any one may take group )f 103a agent's office them renewed, if he pays customary 50 cents per license. individual whom issued must, however, affix signature 011 envelope before it becomes valid. speaker k phillips college dean to speak here saturday j. clifford shirley will address phi sigma in meeting shirley, of the university at university, assume role guest speaker banquet and formal initiation night. head biology department, wrote ills ph. d. thesis on "trees oklahoma" california. speaker, who lias been park naturalist yosemlte national during summer, has worked with redwoods for last ten summers chose "redwoods california" as his subject addicss group. pledges include: margaret allen, laurence bewick, claude chcsmore, howard con-nally, betty conrad, lewis cook-sey, harold crowdcr. roger davy, robert ealy, laddie joe elllng, edward fowler. richard hage-man, james o. herman, marguerite hutchinson, dorothy klnman, lou s. morrison, marilyn olson, seigul polk, hecse, cheater rowley, ethel simpson, john stelclion, homer tuff, lawrence temple, raymond thomas, art thoinason, kirk truner, und nancy weaver. chester gould renews dick tracy contract a five-year renewal with the chicago tribune-new york new.-, syndicate lias been signed by gould, creator if detective feature strip, "dick tracy," and former okla-homan. was born at pawnee, iccoived his first training in cartooning thru correspondence tourso which he took while student high school. newspaper job on old tulsa democrat. quit hif after few months to cmol tho oklahoma a. m. college, stillwater. loai, became sport cartoonist daily oklahomau. left for chicago, where, graduating from nor til western university, worked evening american. conceived idea strip 1030. originally planned as "plain clothe i'"1"." htrip litlo changed tracy" when it submitted cant. joseph mcdlll pattcrnon, puniihoi' of new news, 1031. launched tribune now 1(8 sunday color comic 011 october 4, doily continuity added following weok. loday cartoon appears 11 more than loo newspapers united states und abroad! the ditrolt river is greatest maritime highway in tho world, outranking new york harbor eight tonnage handled. the census of 1030 showed 102.5 men to every 100 women in united states. today is boh makovsky day here on the aggie campus. let's attend anniversary concert.
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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 -|
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