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. :isrx: the daily ocollegian volume xlv (z-593) complete (ap) coverage stillwater, oklahoma, friday morning, december 8, 1939 number 72 university fratsto go on trial december 13 for rush forgery interfraternity council press alleged law breaks charges , are denied by five; four more say "yes" while one refuses to speak oklahoma city. dec. 7. (special) ten fraternities nt the university of will go on trial 13 charged with forging signatures rushees date cards last summer. dr. j. h. marshburn, professor english and chairman judicial board, said tuesday. ' greek organizations delta tau delta, : upailon, pi kappa alpha, sigma chi, phi psi, .beth theta pi, alpha epsilon, camilla delta. don lcschcr, secretary of the interfraternity council, who filed tho charges, said that he would present date on which rush cards were released, letters and post from rushees, with forgeries them as his evidence v charges at trial. deny officials five ten fraternities charged have denied they or any their xush officers had faked signatures while officials' four chapters admitted signing for rushees "as a matter, convenience." ontf fraternity president refused to make statement.- 'lcschcr ho did not know what penalty falsifying names was, but added punishment such an offense will bo "sufficient prevent further violation rules." under now rule new ot intcrfratcr- nlty governing body effected this year requires sign every week attend plan attend. previously, one card cn-tlflo rushec three, different years. -when tbo jiow.rulo went into effect, lescher took three-year out flics burned them. found discrepancy in hew after suspicions wcro aroused by speed some returned onco issued signatures. recognized variation appearing more than turned him. it wasn't bad, but they could . not take safety film proves too much for rotc students thursday if uncle sam is counting very strongly on about seven members of the oklahoma a. and m. corp military strength, he'd better think seriously before jumping into a war, action disclosed hcic thursday. at least that many basic "couldn't it" when offl-ciols here showed demonstrating how to use first aid in battlefield. amidst wounds blood splints, thrco fainted four more had seek air bring back their best health. "bad? naw, there anything faint over," was concensus other infantrymen engineers. officer charge explained prior showing every time shown, several "weaker" he warned audience become tense watching demonstrations. vienna boys choir is featured in foreign film showing tonight at prairie playhouse program the splendor of 80 youthful voices ,thc vienna boys choir, will again interpret fifteenth century musical masterpieces in "the orphan boy vienna," a . 4 film german shown by foreign language department tho prairie playhouse at p. m. ahd 6:30 today. sin sebettetis slngende jugend, as is titled german, sing selections brahm, han-dclfl schubert, and mozart accompanied phll-' harmonic orchestra behind romantic background musical-i ngod central europe's playground, tyrol, .lilm with english titles. motion picture 'herald praises , continental for us child acting excellencies following: strike not simple, spontaneous softly sentimental struck t x i 1 't by the vienna choir boys in this ( cinematic recital of their internationally famed musical talents ... high, fresh voices sing music mozart, sjchubjcrt, handel, and brahms with effective accompaniment tho philharmonic orchestra. moreover, acting chll-dre nls as effortless tholf vocal rendition. tonl,. orphan boy vienna, is adopted a 6treet singer, who discovers boy's singing ablli lty. lad enrolled famous school to further develop his soprano volco. here he begins training sister maria parental lover affection that has for so 'long missed. tor! happy accompanying companions on holiday jaunt tyrol, young tonl happiest ever, been. when marie misses money from her accounts, tonl, in youthful spirit of devotion, strives to protect her by assuming the blame. lad runs away and his cscapfe falls into a roaring moun'r tain' stream. rescued nursed back health, tony learns that money has been found returns school time join choir on concert tour 6f united states. it is tho tyrolan scenes "an orphan ,boy vienna" reaches best moments for song beauty, t tours u. s. j vienna boys toured states 1030 ap-' beared college auditorium. foreign language department urges all students attend film. ' matinee showing at 4 p. m. continuous from 6:30. december 16, will present lupc valcz "la zandunga," story glory romance tropical mexico, many locals to speak at meet in tulsa soon academy of science gathering is event twenty-seven representatives from stillwater will during tho twentieth . eighth annual meeting uie oklahoma be held on the campus university december 8. 0. r. george jnap auto-sex linkage domestic fowl biological sciences section. sub-section ii, botany, h. i. fcathcrly growth studies gymnocladus dloica, nnd drowning trees lake carl blackwcll; jack a. traylor about hypcr-parasltcs attacking rust fungi oklahoma; and v. g. heller toxicity salts alkalies for certain greenhouse plants. joint session section a, f. murphy's subject bo clay minerals phosphate availability; k. starr chester give a microscopic demonstration hctcrodcra, readily available substitute ascar-1s demonstrating cleavage; fcnton, whose bionomics chrysobothrls fcm-orata. that soapberry again physical section, l. t. crews o. c. dormer arc scheduled chemical composition seeds sap-indus drummondll; b. reed milcy method developing protective layers cuprous oxide copper- by,chemlcnl deposition; ii. also further progress metal protection. c, m. hcnsley production power thermocouples; n. oboukhoff engineering as action science. d, social sciences, edward s. robinson unity movement sciences; orville schultz some con-(couttuuccl page 3) white will review "i believe" on ' book program professor george h. white, associate of english, believe," a edited by. fadman, at tho 4:00 p.m. xwca today. thc-revlcw which contains personal statements ot living philosophers, be the ninth series reviews arc held each friday in ywca rooms. v - ' free movies an hour and one-half of animated cartoons will bo shown in the now engineering udltorium friday evening at 7:30 by dr. j. c ireland on a christmas program sponsored ywca ymca. this feature is open to all townspcoplo college students. no admission charged. home be meals terminated at thursday service the last of tho dinners which were served for men in cco-nrmlcs classes was night collego cafeteria 6 p.m. meal planned and prepared by girls planning table miss mary beth carter, eva llsk. with intention giving economics some practical experience acung as hosts nt formal familiarizing them dlffccnt types service. ' guests present night's dinner were: dean nora talbot, mrs. carl marshall, ruth mus-grove, clarice chambers, willie fletcher, gladys kinsman, dorothy savillc, ruby johnson, blanche cade, louise whitchurch. i, webb is named officer in youth meet aggie delegation power after winning offices at topeka topeka, kan., dec. 7. (ap) william webb, oklahoma a. and m. prc-law student, was elected speaker pro-tcmporc of the sixth annual student legislative assembly today as eighty students from seventeen colleges six states met house representatives chamber state-house for opening session. won by a vote 39 to 53 over scne carlilc fort hays kansas. woodrow jack, qklahoma delegate, vice chairman calendar committee, jack introduced two-bills before today. presiding oificcr convened body legislators three day duration assembly. will speak radio station wibw saturday morning '10 o'clock. both delegates are members xi mu, prc-legal fraternity, college. "blackouts" due to frequent checkups in class rooms the past week were tho results of a scries checks being made on city and college power meters. plant, duo addition our now buildings year,, docs not have facilities generate enough for entire campus at peak capacity. turbine plant is capable generating only 350 kilowatts, ' whereas, load coo kilowatts. has set up meter parallel with whereby kilowatt hours furnished by ure double checked commercial education speaks to frosh psychology class on management of money "failure to manage money carefully is ' fraught with many kinds of trouble," mckee fisk, professor and head commercial education, told freshmen in an addross thursday. "the consumer has been the forgotten man past economic situation, but current conditions have brought about a movement help spend ills income more intelligently," profossor flsk pointed out. "attempts made exploit tills movement, advise tho how best income," he further remarked. man's wants insatiable "man's nave become increasingly complex. several years ago tre were only 16 real necessities, today there are 84 these indispensible products. also, estimates, 200 products that was urged buy, today, this number expanded to include a range ot 32,000 arti-1 clos," professor fisk explained. too much idle money is problem today, he said, and that evident by the low rate of interest on deposited in i bank. "money lias movo be any value," lio "although consumer must use judgment about this matter study budgeting manage- ( mont n valuable assot ach-' loving necessary knowledge. carc-' ful records should kept, budget ostlmatos revived basis these records," informed freshmen. boondoggled bargains "an understanding why individuals buy, not rationally, asset," ho emphasized, explained several reasons. "people buy because prices very often," kisk illustrated with references the rise in food prices soon after lie declaration of war europe "however," he continued "thte did not scorn to work, as it seomn hat response tho people follow rule excessive buying, wont down normal." professor fisk warned stu-icnts investigate free offers, guarantees and other doubtful ni-pects ot advertising. business man makes hay "intelligent consumers must realize that men are for their own interests, ind interest consumer especially make a profit take caro jus rainy day," explained. this address, summarized four divisions adequate education as, j u d g m en t, buying knowledge, protection, consumer's relationship economic system, pi i aggie livestock wins 71 ribbons at chicago show most of to return campus on completion owned and shown by the college international .llivpjtock exposition, garnered a total ribbons, i'lve which were purple, in competition with leading american canadian exhibitors early this week. all but four tho showed fat market classes. for that reason large part 111 head exhibited will be sold auction today tomorrow. hilton m. briggs, assistant professor animal husbandry, just returned from show, said 32 lambs, 44 swlnc, eight steers run through auction. other stillwater following sunday. it was learned yesterday w. l. blizzard, dean school agriculture, reelected president ot national assocatlon stallion registry board monday. is an organization officers various state boards. blizzard secretary oklah'oma association has served as prcsl-(contiiiucd page 3) santa forecasts good yuletide in interview favors larger xmas lists this year; who doesn't? claus, alias krlss kringle and saint nicholas, well-known purveyor of noel tokens, was finally reached late yesterday for an exclusive interview, despite tho resistance his devoted bodyguard, icecoat dragoons the north pole. "you may quote me," he said, "as being favor blgi ger better christmas gift lists. after all, you know i am just publicity department at present rthc .front man. undo sam has all heavy work now." "of course, my boy," ho beamed, can have anything your little heart desiresbut don't backfire on mo if find a pwa shovel it. i'm not responsible any more." "seriously, t h o u g h," went on, "i really do think wo will bang-up holiday season. our friends across waves are doing their bestl" 3 musicians convene on campus for 3-day meet clinic to continue today and end saturday here oklahoma hlghschool b a n d members convened thursday evening three clay select music be played in contests this coming spring. primary purpose tho ss familiarize the band directors with before they make their selections. registration figures late yesterday afternoon listed 275 students hero aggie clinic. one hundred seventy five of total number registered will play two bands other have come observe outstanding activity yesterday's was boh makov-sky's silver anniversary concert field house. morning begin playing selected by nalonal committee from which contest numbers chosen. made up 170 uie numbers. a. m. 'will alternate class higlischool continuing throughout day. business meeting association held at 7:30. is expected afternoon. papers presented at asme meeting in the as mic thursday night tho new engineering building, two technical were for judging. were: "a design of portable drilling equipment," by n. glen wheeler; and "combating parafine deposits producing wells", john steward. winner was steward, who will go to tulsa, dc-ccber 12, where :;ircc other similar pa)ors from ou, tu, asu be shown tulsa engineers club mid-continent section asme. there bo no actual competition among these four men different schools. object meet ik select boat paper with equal prizes given all men. standing ovation given boh makovsky in concertos full day honors beloved aggie silver anniversary event of college musician success "anniversary march" is highlight on varied program; formers attend hy i lays cross tho final chord march ' crashed to u close thursday night at the band concert in 4-ii club and student activity building 3,000 persons who thronged balcony gave a standing ovation bohumii makovsky, director ag.me head music department for last 25 years. that seemed echo phrase makovsky had used earlier evening, when he said r. e. gerard, president oklahoma orchestra association, "may god bless you us not only musi- cinns, but men." the boys were playing their best for boh in that last half as they relaxed music. finish came to performers uint half. there was a" lump some uiroats "annivorsnry march," written especially this event and given its world premiere thursday night, ondod, finis another chapter tho career of mn- thoso persons who want souvenir programs ma-kovsky's anniversary concert may have them by paying 25c at auditorium box office. will be delivered if patrons call station 50. kovsky, uiis country from bohemia a lad 17 lived become one nation's leading bandmcn. indication definite success band had achieved half, made up entirely makovsky's compositions, could seen way former students ot aggie bandman, now officially known "boil's boys" almost splllod out balcony eagerness congratulate director. it happy time grads renewed acquaintances witii each other united cnngratulations boh. start slowly started rather lowly with domcnico cimarowi's "secret marriage overture." then followed edward klgar'n interesting, restful "sea picture." orchids should go max mitchell, assistant director, his superb playhig comet solo tiiis number. following that, played "niobe, romantic logond," n. do rubcrtls. de rubertii, in-; cidontally, imito, found ; impossible nttond concert. second third part john philip sousa's "looking upward suite," given, , first program elo-; cd siegfried's rhine jour-; ney "gottcrcammcrung," r.icliard wagner. all numbers fimt wf re effectively, not, shall we say, insplredly handled. 1 b.jck nh not only wv- ing day making memorable ttieir aiort, inapirud handling own i tuneful eonmpsltions. comments drawn l "diverse thoughts," which ) drew very fovorabo comment (continued on page 'j) - i re dr. willis to discuss the red influence history department speak at tulsa science gathering can repeat itself, edward f. of will point out oklahoma academy be held in saturday. trace ot russia's foreign minister, faz-onov, on entry into world war i. his paper entitled: "fazonov and russian policy eve war." main stressed that russia really wanted peace 1014; but order achieve licr aim controlling dardenellc straits, she entered war. tlie speaker emphasize this by reading terms a secret treaty signed english, french, ministers which stated would given control over straits constantinople if allies were successful. because revolution 1017, rus-world end sia had withdraw from war, was no longer listed with allies. consequently, did not get her promised prize. "russia's present cr attempt wprjd ii is probably anoth-thc possession constantinople, alms being fostered economic pressure sentimental desire. could gain ffralts, have warm water seaport year-around outlet tho sea. rule constan- tinople, back birthplace culturo re-j ligion," believes. rifle applicants to be groomed next week sexton speaks prospective team members thursday ifctho meeting .of all the for college hold evening in nearly completed range, sgt. l. sexton, conch, announced that regular 1-hour classes will bo basic instruction firing starting monday, december 11. these held from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., and those interested trying out arc requested attend at least one of three days. thursday, 14, actual started with capt. jack bergcr fn charge. ofliccrs tho arc: bergcr, captain; merle allen, secretary; tom bcn-i.ctt, business manager air training will be continued in christmas lull young says work go on for those wishing according to v.w. young, head of caa. both ground and aerial, during vacation students ahead with instruction. reason is hint instructors feci that it too great a handicap lay off two weeks tills stage instructions. at present the courso consists six hours anil onc-liali ot flying. stated hehool would rompleted by final exams semester next each student enrolled have 12 flying his c-cdlt. loyd elected to title group position herbert loyd, stilt water abstractor, was vice-president of tho oklahoma association in annual convention at city monday, it announced wednesday. president is roy c. johnson, ncwklrk, and other new officials are george cain, newklrk, treasurer; william gllli city, secretary; walter thompson, durant; helen lucas, holdenvlllc; jack coates, howard soarcy, wagoner, executive committeemen. connected with the payne county abstract company stillwater , i horticulturists to assist in meeting soon college group aid beauty day meet the collego horticultural department will cooperate with stillwater chamber of commerce sponsoring an all-day citizens interested home and yard hcautification, on saturday, dec. 9. talks problems tree shrill) selection, pruning, insect control, general culture feature morning session meeting. awards winners mprovcmpnt contest be presented afternoon, visit a demonstration grounds designed by tho landscape classes holiculture department. open at 10:00 a.m. room 205 whitchurst. prizes arc being donated floral co., donaldson-manning lumber ingham stokes paint co. o'collegian want ads bring results. new court records clh document list i? .library adds reports jof national and .(state courts .thc library now has oru'lts shelves a complete set of th&"rcports the united states supreme "reports otyijhc oklahoma court," according to miss grace a. campbell, documents librarian. thjs information will be special interest instructors in government courses students who are taking commercial law political science courses. heretofore these people have had go courthouse use thcjc documents. states' cover hc period from 1700 date; they arc lawycars' edition. there eighty-two volumes tho reports. decisions, advance pamplct edition, being received. file is cornplctc with exception 4 volumes. territorial days present. . two sets make fine addition collection library. this considered outstanding section country. y '
|Subject||Oklahoma A & M College-Students-Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals-Oklahoma; Stillwater, (Okla.)-Newspapers|
|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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