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jsxs tiheoajiy o colle gi an "sss volume xlv (z-503) " complete (apf coverage' stillwater, oklahoma saturday morning, december d, 103d number 73 three day oklahoma band clinic scheduled to end today selections of numbers for spring gathering is business meet bandmcn from all over state convene on :' aggicland campus session this week today's band clinic activities will write fiiiin nn the current meeting regional members to select apring contest numbers. musicians settled down a full day music kriday as 130 high school students and directors wcro registered in eighth annual clinic. five selected by national committee wore played boh mnkovsky a. m. symphonic boh's silver anniversary concert thursday evening. class a schools must choos1 selections for clan played by the a. and m. band which piny:; h. one hundred seventy school students making up two bands play c d. bruce jones, little rock. arkansas, highschools, is director of playing (' music, while leonard hang, uiu versity oklahoma, directs d music. those represented at clinic arc: ada, altuv barnsdall, bartlesville, bin by. blackwcll, bowlegs, brarii.in. brlgtow, broken anow, biukcn bow, carnegie, chandler, cleveland, comanche, crescent, dishing durant. elk city, enid, fairfax, kair-view, fargo, fort smith, fox, gage, garber. goodwill. greenfield, guthrie, guymaii, ii olden vl lie, hominy, idanh, kingfisher, madill, mangum, m.ir-land, maud, muskogee, mcmnn. nclogony. new lima, norman. oilttm, oklahoma orlmido, okmulgee, pawhuska, pauls valley. perry, pond creek, purcell, quay, romana, sand springs- sayrc, seminole, shawnee, stillwater, stroud, tahlcquah, tocumseh texahoma. tonkowa, tulsa, tuttle, waco, watonga, waynoka, weatherfiud, webb welch, wcwoka. wilson, wynona, wynne wood, aiul yale. music m.idc national committee ,m . "the secret marriage overture, lvo movements from sixth symphonic," "romantic logelid," - r ti-val overture," "overluie ll.me. roihe." "siegfreld's rhine journey," "march slave," "sen pictures," "finlandia." "selection," "symphony in minor," "rumanian rhapsody," "looking upward suite," "fugal "stradella." 7 i icmbcrs of the oklahoma a, and m crop judging team who help d set a new all-time record in recent competition arc shown abov?. they john mcgraw, laddie jo klling, estel brazil, tom omo lundro, hugh rouk, hi w. statcu, coach. brazil in'div dual high record. i add new professions: book washerwoman library reveals method do you ever wash your books? well, we don't cither, but know someone who docs. all that's needed is u cake of ivory soap get a commission for that sponge, piece oilcloth, and bowl water. oh, table to put the oilcloth on, too. if anyone had suggested us book ours we'd have said goodbye some literary masterpieces ended up with blob whatever they call soaked book. but, technique, as members loan department a. m. library do, then it's simple matter always attractive volumes gleaming very brightly at from wherever keep them. maybe thought it was just an accident covers more popular copies in arc still readable can actually tell what color were when wcro new. if so, just go to see sam campbell up at the library. he will tell you how swish soapy water over n cloth-covered book and tltcn wipe it dry before it's too late. that's point, knowing about lntc,p;irt. don't try clean any of your leather-bound books in this way, howcycr, or descendants be saying, fifty years hence, "my, my, isn't bad that my grandpappy didn't know take care these lovely old books? leather is all deteriorated." think descendants, use a specially prepared "cold cream" on leather. library staff has preserved many fine by doing this. now, next time smear pencil lead ink one covers, remember almost twenty checked out for cleaning week after luring back. . logan is elected kappa psi prexy franz logan, president of alpha chapter psi, was the third district at a meeting representatives six chapters in thursday night. other officers were ncl- i son doughty, vice-president, from delta norman; henry minskl, secretary, director northeastern band and member iota tohlc- . qualr, john pugh, treasurer, boulder, colorado. a. frank martin, student employment on m. campus executive chairman meeting. one vote allotcd to each group represented. tulsa extended an invitation three hold its next tulsa, y which accepted will be , held latter part march. v composed located texas, ok- lnhoma, kansas, colorado und new mexico. redskin editor to book pros for '39 revue , pat brandenburg, of the redskin, college yearbook, left oklahoma city this morning make final booking with professional players whose acts will up review. review tntce place thursday night at 8 o'clock in auditorium. balloting on queen nice be that night, and votes balloted dance counted t winner announced, only f 10 3 more student ' i shopping days' j until xmaajr union college has abandoned debating in favor of forum meet- i. phantom scribbler sneaks into drowsy afternoon lecture to see what aggies are doing i by douglas ijenlirool; would you like to be an invisible spirit and drop into soni'j classroom on a warm afternoon when there is large lecture class in progress? do suppose observe something this order? either some of the students nio not interested professor's lecture, or lie addressing only scattered few ,vlth his statements. sumpln' xvrovx definitely wrong with "shape manufacture chairs -you will immediately notice agony portrayed poslur students, tho mdjkrlty appear painfully hdlfslouched their chairs, while more- extreme cases am apparently ulmost fully stretched' out. i what this? are 45- jegveo 'stretches chalr-wturcd 'students influenced byi sweet spell morpheus, god dreams? yes, so it is, altho.,j?n at first sight tlvi closed eyelids goaded lend one bcliovc that they ore v deep meditation. some good ones ah! here arc appre-iative students who rrpidly ore following the professor's lecture wltn text, they are indeed making wise uc of their time, but wait turning piq-ij so irregularly something mujt be wrcng hmm "weird talcs,'' "reader's digest," "look" a'ld "grapes wrath" this is a sui-isfuctory solution alcil interest. ny student takinr nutcj, certainly interested .n die course. notice' now absorbed few thorn in jotting them down. glancu over tho snouldcr presumable notc-tnhi should enlighten use with subject "dear dad, plca&c-send money," well pcrhupi theio tab better notes elsewhere. no alternative having made these initial observations, there to continue observing ir.ako time classroom until hour up. evidently hieroglyphics aro being used by student?. to illustrate the icctme (or they are drawing numerous triea, cowboys, aeroplanes, women, and animals. gcometuc figures shad. i icttcrj, lumbers arc found at random around illustration. dlsousu swine a boy girl d -hsvlng big swing friday nigh-., fingernails being cleaned manicured, students aro n-ep.mt; for next hour's class, few dreamers of day getting into empty vault si if, surprisingly cr.cugh largost pecentane student i.re 1 s-tcnlng closing statement? made proiowor. correctly speaking, all nic listening lo ihc professor's k'ctusc u coii.un degree fjr as r o he proi tjht i. word 'dismissed" eluss-iiiom tepidly emptie-1. "enoush" enough invisible spirits; class will listen more attentively lecture, truly most classroom recreations can be pursued better outside where no' spirits watching. choir sings carols in annual christmas program of music department auditorium paul klingstcdt will direct sixty voices in yule program the annual christmas of music department be presented this jrcar by symphonic" choirtn college auditorium december 17 at 4:15. under direction t. klingstcdt, head vocal instruction department, chorus sing carols many countries along with selections from noted composers. is as follow: lord's prayer georgian chant. now let all heavens adore thee bach. vesper hymn borlnlansky-dana carol russian children gaul. a flemish cradle song whitehead. when christ was born mary free barnes. night christiansen. violin solo "cavantina" raff. james lee vivian doty, accompanist cherubic gretchan- inoff. my god, how wonderful thou art o holy lord (by request) dett. tho angel's stickles. jack lyall, tenor lee, robert house. cello piano schumann-dickinson. bcncdlctus liszt. cherubim gilku. silent grubcr. 1st campus gift package proves disappointing earl adams only finds laundry "lucky guy," said post office employees wednesday when a christmas seal bedecked came for adams. felt lucky, too. ho eagerly tore tho fancy poms-ctta seals and cut the many cords. rut alas! no gifts, christinas cheer, tidings from ids dear ones reposed therein. there was clean one single, soli-tary, lone, unaccompanied orange. is disillusioned, wiser man today. civil service exam is open to aggie students here annual affair be made of exams a consolidated examination for junior professional positions in tho u. s. department agriculture, given trial the first time last year, has worked so successfully that commission expected make examinations, offering nearly 30 options, an affair. under plan, graduating seniors from a. and m. who pass will eligible appointment about july 1. announcement consolidation by january 1, two monthi earlier than year. this way hie know if they are bcfoic scliool closes. pay starting salary $2,-000 year offer good opportunity advancement capa-jble workers. examinations during lattet. part february or march following grades: administrative technician, agricultural oconomut, agronomist, animal brooder, biologist, engineer, entomologist, for-ester, information assistant, librarian, meteorologist, cloricultu-rlst, plant breeder, poultry husbandman, range examiner, rural sociologist, veterinarian. registrar applicants was almost exhausted veterinarians, cnglnoors, technicians. demand workers continu? 1040. legionnaires commend dies investigation members of the outer (' li m nor post 120, american leg. on, passed a resolution commending committee for its mves ligations into un-aniericati activities and urging depot tation law aliens undesirable!, (at regular thursday night meeting post. tho is in eontras' with recent action youth organization farmer's union, convention at omaha, neb., which that group asked dis-. continuance spy menace whispered here as german film lost . scared ? spies may be at work on a. and m.'s cainjuih. the film, which was to shown friday night lias disappeared. foreign language department called mistletoe express, oklahoma city, tho post office, every conceivable place it could have boon waylaid, "but no trace of found. collego faced with paying for a long distance call chicago find out what happened it. is hoped that picture will arrive saturday morning. if does, an announcement date ohowiug bo made. another spanish musical comedy similar onp october 19, scheduled december 15. story ,will build around songs, donees, mexican orchestras. i student art work to be sold this weekend, morrill the department, fourth .floor" .moitllhiallrls' sponsoring n sale of saturday and sunday, december 9 10. choice pieces pottery, weaving, etchings oil paintings will displayed on from 8 12 a. m. 1 4 p. sunday between 5 works include metal heads, decorated vases, rugs, tapestries, unusual studies in oil. any piece would suitable for christmas gifts or room decorations. : " ' prices range 20 cents $5. methodists to have barnyard frolic here tonight i 1 the annual methodist bain yard comes off in basement of "church" with j tower." as students gather old corral being built rccrea-itlon room, they will check their .ties and guns take part (square dances, stunts other barn-yard activities, inside corral, wild cow milking, livestock judging, barn dance 'days placo under direction willi's mccabc bruce evans. according leonard phelps, ! chairman "make it n barn" committee, "you won't know l place onco you step swinging burn doors get your feet buy." phelps' assistant cowhand, charllo horton, iwlll bo pitching hay bed down musicians. county turkey pool bids open saturday payne co.unty will be opened at 2 p. m. afternoon in the office of farm agent word cromwell courthouse. friday more than 2,000 birds were listed for sale pool. said ho hoped a slightly higher bid on turkeys was received 3,000 sold thanksgiving market. high that 13 cents. pointed out, however, market is nol encouraging this tlmo. the next vital topic hour will be held in y-hut thursday, i dec. 14, at 10:00 a. m. t " regular commerce student council meeting sunday seven vacancies were filled from a list of seventeen nominees in the board directors by stillwater chamber members at organlbation's weekly friday. men elected arc: word cromwell, glenn douglas, george flcsncr, cecil g. jones, hurley o. thomas, r. v. fryo and p. h. stokes:- ' - -- chief speaker was miss christine wright, national youth administration, who described briefly program nya here. wright explained that three types programs have been developed four one-half years organization's existence. a. m. lias one full-time college resident projects with youths participating taking vocational education the. college. carried for youths, scini-resldent which are employed intervals. "the csscircc program", raid speaker, "is preparedness will give chance to learn make living become useful citizens." male quartet sang two numbers, introduced raymond bivcrt, chairman, invited local citizens visit hcadquilrtcrs economy hint an automobile consumes five times as much oil when it travels at 52 miles hour l 33 hour, according to a recent study. as crop judging team breaks two all-time records at k. c. grain show; brazil high man bridk nebraska record b$34 points; score 5,203 of 5,400 points a 'letter received by hi w. sla-tcn, .assistant professor agronomy' and coacli the a. m. crop judging team, from officials tlje kansas city hay grain show, indicate that oklahoma a, college team broke two all-time records in collegiate competition tiicrc when they won event laic november. th'c old or competition, held since 1030j was exceeded 34 points! tiic- trio composed estil brazil, hough rouk john mcgraw. local scored 5,202 out possible 5,40(1 to win contest. nebraska's 5,108. brazil high individual 1d39 event, 1,771 . 1,800 exceed 1,738. previous record, set japanese student texas college.' was' 1930. weill until aiid! both chicago contest this fall; andmiigh individuals botli contests were members team. at 1,439 1,440 identification phase mcgraw scoied perfect tabulations missed one point. auburn, ala. only one member of the alabipna poly football is not a native southerner. he's gordon maceachcren mid hails from haverhill, mass. roses may be planted any time during november. plants will remain dormant in winter and bloom spring. ywca meeting for all members monday, 7 p.m. it has been announced that an informal get-together will be held in honor of the 300 new mom-bcrs at p. m., december 1 1, place regular monday night meeting. refreshments served. and others who de- sire to come arc invited attend. . i speakers selected for industrial relations meet extreme west and eastern sections are represented business executives from the cast sides of united states have been as principal annual conferon'-e, which will be held at oklahoma a. m. college december 15 10, h. g. thuosen, conference chairman, lias anliouuced. dr. adam s. reunion, utah power light executive salt lake city, rcpfosont west, while myron clark, president a management consulting finn in boston, bo ihc oastorh representative. tho conference, is sponsored by division engineering commerce cooperation with state department vocational education, expected to draw more than 300 key men southwestern industries. program two-day con-foranco arranged division; e. c. burris, l. k. cov-elle, supervisor trade education. wc should not jump m quickly that we do know what are jumping into. if so .slowly, our reforms will be better in the end. mrs. eleanor roosevelt. the independent voter i, tlv real salvation of decmt pithm , m this country. senator william t i be rail (rep., idaho). i've always been opiomt to too much leniency. life in pre on i. not sufficiently different ti.nn outside. gov. lurrn dickinson of michigan. founders' day is scheduled december 14! fj.. ... i ii in will i- . i, - ,lmm m mi, ma ml 48th birthday observed in elaborate fete oklnhomn a. and m. cql-lege will celebrate its fourty-cighth anniversary when old-timers alumni gather on the campus december 14. . general cliatlcs f. burrctt, former secretary of state board agriculture, be jionov guest afternoon program. a military review given his honor. remainder spent slght-scclng tours by visitors. berry preside licut.-gov. james e. act as toastmastcr banquet to held evening. other speakers eve- ning program are t. n. goff, slate teachers college, whitewater, wisconsin; frank d. northrup, first head publications department entertainment furnished nya all-girl orchestra und boy's quartet. c. h. mcelroy, dean men chairman committee charge program, reports numerous responses more than 300 invitations sent out making reservations. members arc: brewer, sanborn, o. martin, nora talbot, j. wcstbrook ii. clay potts. urged como anyone who was any way connected with college early days send reservations for celebration. there is no old-timers, but others charged banquet. celebration must before 12. baptist youth are entertaining on saturday night seventeen groups prepare for socials the young peoples' unions of first church having night, december 9. they will bo held in following homes: aggie; mrs. frank d- payton, 117 w" 9th: "beacon light, brattin, 200 block n, west; ben-i nelti wcdin, 414 elm; broad-uk, student enter, 210 jefferson; fanner, mr. c. ii. bradshaw, 700 gibson, dr. o. l. 3(1!) ramsey; lcavcll, h. f. mllcy, 215 and judson, warren chapman, 120 n. duck. lee, w. fred heisley, husband; light ray, bill thompson, 128 duncan; martin, clara hrasheai'm, 223 nelson leaver, roy thompkins, corner washington; potter, rva christian, 212 4th; preston, walter mccollom, albert pike; vaugli, e. mcgla-mery, 502 coys, james ridings, 311 ramsey. ; patterson, bums present plaques to two schools scholarship awards are given elk city and moorcland hi herbert dean of administration, und e. c. burris, associate professor economics, accompanied by five student entertainers, presented highschools with this week. traveling automobile, the company, bent on delivering annual whose graduates made best grades in oklahoma a. m., provided music willi their bestowed gifts. students contesting north central association 110 from 520 small high-schools were highest scholastic standings. wranglers rosalcc cann, accordionist, trip. arc awarded phi kappa plii, honorary senior scholastic, fraternity.
|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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