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; toedaiiy owcollegian t volume xlv (z-593) ' coaipletje fifff stillwater, oklahoma sunday moaning, december 10, 1039 number 74 , theatre contest begins for ten best pictures the aggie, mecca and campus theatres offer three prizes to i winners of name outstanding exilic1 ted in ctthcr theater from january 1, 1030 december 31 will be selected by popular nomination; that is, it a picture is suggested first vt place ,it receive points: '" second place, nine third eight points, so on tenth which one point. ) . most points announced year. winning entries bo ones coincide nearest high point pictures. ttie offered are: place: $5.00 book pass coupons. s2.50 $2.50 coupon books ns are usable any time during year 1040, may used at cither or time. judges this arc: otis wile, stillwater daily press; bob cunningham, news; walter slack, o'collcglan. general rules 1. individual not make more than entry: if so, they discorded. 2. placed day until midnight 31, above mentioned newspaper oficcs, box-office theatres. 3. made nny type paper, listing order suggested, with- name, address, telephone number plainly printed, listed supplied forms. " 4. sunday editions issues-in newspapers. 5. case tie run off supervised wil used, call information further can you concerning - telephoning theatre, contacting employee aggie. mecca, below, we arc group played past season. these, no doubt, help remind these attractions, wisli consider before making decision upon your entry. shining hour, citadel, dawn patrol trade winds, sweethearts, cowboy lady, angels with dirty faces, idiots .delight, jesse james, tailspin, kentucky, st. louis blues, stand up fight, honolulu, wings navy, oklahoma kid, yes, my darling daughter, ice follies 1039, huckleberry finn, dodge city, little princess, i'm ! missouri, mode each other, j hardy's ride high, can't cheat an honest man, east side heaven, broadway serenade. union pacific, story vernon irene castle, stage coach, dark victory, only have wings, rose washington square, hound sof buskcrvliles, aicxundcr graham bell. never say die, let freedom ring, confessions nazi spy, lucky -night, wulhering heights, juarez, susannah motilities, young mr. lincoln, uid man oi coikllcst. it's wonderful world, daughters courageous, some like hot, invitation happiness, borrowed time, fiddle, goodbye chips, tho sun sets, ludy tropics, win-(continued page 3) on redskin revue he sensational and spectacular two graphic work pictures of gone stockwell, above, who is n member the professional troupe which will appear here thursday night. direct from san francisco years in paramount pictures, "america's aristocrat taps'' present a furious tap routine. stockwell has appeared throughout west coast at finest clubs hotels east. was tremendous hit kathryn duffy's revuey "hello, beautiful". ' cj,y 3 - . more student y shopping days r v until xmas '; jfiff brandenburg signs contract for show here thuisady in oklacity screen, radio and staggcontributes to cast one of year-kggest events by sanktinimble o'colicoifltt jtjnt editor, eight the beat professional acts known world stage wcr&jsigned on dotted line 1939 redskin revue calendared thursday, december 14, put brandenburg, yearlwok a trip oklahoma city this weekend. j ' nets, parts famous kathryn duffy entertainment company wkv staff city, will be featured with various weal talent what is touted "best over" way given oklahomu state yearbook. i brandenburg announced jute las night that among those jsfghe'd, for the production thursday at which time final balloting coveted honor of redskin queen will be held and presentation winner given, were three cadcttcs, "jujjhn pin' jive," gene sockwcll, ,dtile-taylor, leo norton, rough riders a hawaiian group. do military tap u military, tup routine, arc noted throughout stage world their work;,' while "jumpin" jive" number holds more in promise, stated, than ' students ever hoped for. stockwell, another member group is to appear here this week, one nation's foremost stars and comes direct from the west coast an extensive tour of best show spots on tho world. dale taylor is presented in un exquisitely arranged dunce number which paramounted by a. gcorgcous sparkling wardrobe und her intcrprctatidn "night uh'd day." norton. signed' lcc norton, still another attractions to be group, a wky rcrpescntative was recently featured singing numbers ovcr okla-homa city television demonstration, he outstanding success. will also present drunk uct. rcugli riders, broadcasting station, yearbook vocal renditions. group well-known oklahoma music audiences. tiic other uddition professional sensations appear stage college auditorium cvy feminine pulchritude form. hawaiian u songs dances. dllcagcne plumb, campus songstress, rev. mulllns, pianist, talent ulso program. condition of college senior is said "not serious" after fight k cletus sipes in fray; police " hold stitch college physicians late last night described as "not serious" the condition or sipes, bethany animal husbandry senior, who allegedly was stabbed left shoulder un altercation with layton stitcli downtown 'stillwater early saturday evening. a telephone conversation o'collcglan saturday, dr. j. m. wright, surgeon, said resides at 303 , duck, lias suffered from clean wound high shoulder, but being detuiued infirmary. stitch, lives northeast of city, held by city officials pending probable filing charges assault witli intent to kill deadly weapon. chief h. a. andrews said. according information given officials, and became involved fray near roller rink in. downtown stillwater. af.tcx.ibcuffllug. brlefly,itltch allegedly srrqek. sipes with his pocket knife. the latter was taken for medical treatment by walter hopfer, freshman in school of agriculture from mulhall, who accompunying sipes, and later transported to infirmary. "we were walking along street north," hopfer said describing event, "when fellow (stitch) came up behind us began cursing calling dirty names. turned around retorted; they fight. after it -was all over, i took a doctor nl-hougli he didn't believe lie hurt seriously. don't know what became other fellow." police disclosed arrested stitcli. under influence liquor. "the attack totally uncalled for", chief andrews said. had never seen stitch before until saturday night, when two boys sow 'him city pool hall. fight over not or cain to be guest conductor at choral festival in january chicago a capclla director here for early m0 meeting noble cain, of tho u capollu choir, will bo guest conductor the choral festival which be held in form short course state hlgh- school organizations jun-1 uary 11, 12, and 13. gallughcr floldfcouse. music that studied dui-1 ing is now hands hlghschool plan to attend fes- . tivul. i numbers consist , "now let kvory tongue adore tlicc," bach; "response no., 3," ! palostrina; "echo song," dl lus-. so; "allen-a-dale," pcarsall; "i heard you' go by," wood; '"frionll," dtivios; "as torrents ummcr," elgur; "o divine redeemer," gounod; "prelude," by ronald cain; "ezcklel saw do whcol," "spirit cb lord done fell," "god open air," cain. following numerous rehearsals during concert consisting selections presented students en masse under direction four director's compositions sung concert. recognized as one ho fore- v jmost directors hnd composers of ja eapellu music, noble cain will 'both instruct the students and j hold constructive conferences with visiting conductors. a vcloran world war, i is also tho composer iof approximately 350 anthems ; for use capclla choir which recognized as one 'pure types vocal expression. ! civil service open competitive exams 'announced by u. s. the unllcu states sor-i vice commission tills week un-i nouncd open-competitive exumt nations for n number of positions j that may be interest o slalo students. among are ' ore: junior and senior engineering draftsman, medical officer, protozoologlst, associate, assistant; projectionist, instructor, air corps technical school; editorial clerk, assistant inspector ship construction, orthopedic mechanic, nsocinte textile engineer, hulls, boilers. further information con obtained at down-town post office. i drama, music and address on monthly youth night program here tonight lly jane .schneider drama, music and a talk are on the .lniilhlv youth night program at tliu rust christian church. women's relief society will present hie evening tho latter lay suiiii3 another special program, uinoig tervices announced for city churches suiida, is un illustrated slide lecture of missions in south america ut zion lutheran btliedule sunday's uc-vlccs follows; . first church college department wll monthly youtli nigh, 7:30. prognim to include 'playlet, 'how make others happy," by ila dollin thomas; cn "christmas thought," ruth mllcr; vocal solo adam sallce; an or-t gan lois jacobs. e.c. zjur-ris act as substitute teacher sunday school, 9:30 a.m. i "shuts up faith" sermon theme 10:45 service, when cuniille house will sing "let us huve peace." the rev. lloyd roach is pastor. church of jesus christ latter day saints mrs. , tom berry and j. w. dykt3 speak at 7:30 evening program, directed by women's relief spclety. also on program be u violin solo dr. peter nelson an organ lorena medsen. tho sunday school commences 10 am.. zion lutheran "wonderful ways god with mun" 10:45 morning sermon theme which follows 0:30 school. a special meeting in evening, 7:30, illustrated slide lecture south america missions given. capclla choir practice thursday. walther lcoguc chrjst-inas social held pur-j sonage, 504 knoblock, friday b p.m. luther v. stcph-an st. andrew's episcopal day's services are holy communion 8 a.m., school at 0:30, morning sermon ut 10:45, and the young people's j fellowship 0:30 p.m. rev. ! alvin s ilock is viuir, united urcthcrn church "turning sorrow in for joy," tic 10:50 theme. sun-1 day commences 0:45 1 u.m. christian endeavor meets . c:30 a. s. lick, i pastor, will preach on "fellow-! ship, with joy" 7:30 eve-j nlng worship. first baptist "heaven" a.m. wor- t'hip "concern others" , service are scr- mons announced by tho o. l. gibson, pastor. bsu meetings arc sunday am., btu. services (i:30 st. francis xavlcr masses conducted 8 10 father c. mcglnty, presbyterian celebrating sacramcn of lord's supper, leon hnring, assistant "meaning cbmmun- ion" at 10:50 a.m. dr. h. p. patterson will teach the sunday school class, 0:30 "christian experience" is (1:30 christian endoavor subject. rev. mr. haring preach 7:30 youtli church vespor hour, to be followed by singspiration manse, a. s. davis pastor. of nazarcne j a bible awarded one whe brings most porsoiu i class 0:30. b. l. loonian, pastor, cn "christ's reckoning with his subjects" worship. evening scrvlcos are pruycr meeting 0, nyps 6:30, and worship scr-mcn on "wrath upon wicked" ut 7:30. or christ "the sanctifies purifies" theme for sermon wilburn hill, young people's meetings ore 0:45 services c. e. mcgaughoy, visiting evangelist, will continue the revival meeting at 7:30 service. tho meetings are being hi id ouch duy during hie coming week 2:30 and 7;30 p.m. first church of christ, scientist "god, preserver man" is subject for lesson-sermon the. u a.m. worship under 20 years age. college group meets 7 in home economics living room on campus. testimony commence 8 wednesday. methodist "what dc i want?" theme sermon by rev. john a. callan, co-pastor, 10:50 adam bailee sing this hour. wesley foundation aro sunday school 0:30, epworth league 0;30 fellowship 8.30 decker dawson a bass baritone solo, "evening prayer" worship. wlllmooro kendall give otir-mon "good news" u,t hour, shows films hugh davis, director of tho zoological gardens and conservation in the mohawk reserve tulsa, will project n scries technicolor wild lite movies prairie playhouse at 7:30 p. m. monday. animals their native habitat as photographed by davis on ex-pcdltlons to remote isolated regions world be shown. has gained considerable recognition past ten years that he lias been witli zoo his important role with martin johnson africa 1033-34, fahncstock hi panamn 1035 own expedition into honduras' jungles 1030. several organizations campus t's well an who wq interested have invited attend show which is sponsored collegiate 4-h club here oklahoma state. reynolds tells latin-american trade relations debtor nations have , need of export overbalance v, speaking on the commercial dilations between united 'slates and latin america, pro-ifcsior t. h. reynolds, head history department, appeared before the division or social sui-ttjos. academy of science, in a meeting uiat organization nt tulsa university, friday. . professor reynolds limited ills discussion to foundation trade between two areas and tho "current trends. "latin north america pro-1 tlucc goods needed for commercial thfehnnee but not produced .by other -tuitions," pointed oilt. products each compete, regions are mainly reciprocal nature do conflict wjtli other. debtor countries "the latin republics requiring surplus commodity exports over imports sufficient value t6 pay interest dividends on investments foreign capital. united stales is creditor nation with large latn totaling $4,050,-000,000. states purchase inure than it sells there. affected "america south by competition from countriest, policy nations, volume their exports," said, speaking current "economic prosperity lathi depends upon prices received. an increase exports, purchasing power idso increases market widened. amorlcan policies represent aim maintain such action .restricting international trade, commented. embraced chief instrument has been treaty embracing "most-favored nation" policy. principle triangular carried out; instance, (continued page 3) players club tryb.uts to be after christmas a tryout for parts in the new play given by players' on february 29, will held first week vacation, it was announced today evert robinson, president of organization. sponsors and members met friday evening discuss plans which club's second major production year. bo presented college auditorium. redskin heads book outstanding talent for yearbook revue symphonic choir in seasonal concert sunday, december 17 . group has appeared on national hookups; 1 originally organized as a capclla members of tho state will make their first campus appearance the year when they are presented annual christmas concert, at 'i 'm0 p. m. college auditorium. under direction paul t. klingstedt, made many local appearances and participated several national broadcasts. fnrollmcnt has nearly doubled since the group was organized as a cappclia choir here on campus year ago. membership is not restricted to music students for in tho of 02 members there are but 24 majors. before being allowed enroll, each member tested by kllngstcdt determine blending quality and intonation voice. organization lias built up well-rounded varied repertoire fatuous choral numbers. included program along with christmas carols other countries, will be selections 'bach, gretchanlnoff, glinka, liszt, gaul, dctt, christiansen. plans under way at pre- j sent time short tour several neighboring cities state. prospective trip out state depends upon success coming tour. selected singers who arc scheduled take part are: max god-fil richard gilbert, kenneth lewis, woodrow wilson, howard webb, ernest bcrousck, bill enix, lcland lash, eugene stradcr, forrest worehume, jr., mitchell, jack miller, w. j. arnold. arnold nored, sue butler, esta mac barksdalc, hazel rutli 'mc'crayt lye'vn- plunkcll, geneva simmons, marguorite downey, camllle house, agnes zlcsch, jean thompson, virginia spence, mills, lois jacob, heydenburk, gertrude gill, vivian doty, marietta cook, carmen wilkersou. dillagcnc plumb, helen dutilap, mildred sanders, nancy pollard, frances jones, nadinc mury belli gibson, mardine fin-ucll, alma cox, jane raskin, elvira beach wallln, betty tindall, rowenu owenslcy, irene kyle, joe kerby. lunctta hodges, bertha harrison, phyllis henslny, robert eb-cy, g. kirk, "milton levine, james ivc.c. carlos morgan, carl vineyard, curtis brooks, donald martin, c. strieker, ly-xi 11. hamilton, burtiu doyal. band clinic is closed after three days directors of the eighth annual heaved sighs relief saturday as day convention state musicians drew to a close. class bands played and b mat'ehed at lewis field saturday, morning, sym-i phonic bud in college auditorium from 10 12 a. in. few words farewell encouragement were given group by boh makovsky, okln-statc music head, close symphony. reward for much hard work before during clinic, will have no 7 a.m. rehearsal monday. strong does research martin d. strong, agricultural engineering graduate of oklahoma state in 1030, has been doing work farm forces at iowa college ames, iowa. besides his research, is working on ills m. s. degree engineering. special songfest to be held here a songrest will at the church of christ, sunday afternoon from 2:30 4:00 o'clock. group singing and numbers both featured. number singers nearby towns have signified their intention attending. revival which is growing in attendance each night continue through next wcok. evangelist c. e. mcgaughoy preach for his home congregation oklahoma city morning, but back evening service. modern science theme of talk by g.h.white "modern science, although benefitting man directly, has indirectly contributed to the chaos present social order," said associate english professor george 11. white, reviewing book, "i believe" at ywca book review friday. statement reflects content fadman's collection over 50 opinions 22 living philosophers, twenty whom deny existence god. other two writers, seem believe in composed writings thinkers from fields education, rclgion, philosophy, and politics, this leaves one with feeling that "the world become so distraught isms ologics there is no agreement or unity" he said. another thought makes itself felt development led tho deflation man's ego impressing him his own insignificance. resulting arc coinmunlsm, fascism, socialism, remarked white. a result scientific advancement, n change ideals idealistic thinking realism realistic thinking. particularly outstanding, iaid amount chafing discouragement expressrd writers inhumanity vicious cruelty man, expressed persecution minorities economic exploitation peoples their unscrupulous lead-ors. jules romains, whose writing appears i efficacy reason, declan d explains when ' alone will think, whcieas , people as u group are guided, not . but unreasoning emotion, adding democracy life reason possible. explaining many iduas expressed in the book, white suggested that hie occupation which each writer engages is one bethinks ii bring progress and i pj omotc civilization. illustrating this, lie said educators liiotcd book belief j education holds key to a bct- ter world, while scientists believe their field bo instiu-mnent of more perfect ' whl he believes tho value iof rending fact it causes criticize his , own thinking. conclusion, (lie 'opinion writings he-. becca west, two authors who profess christianity, ore by far most interesting worthwhile hcok. frosh y club will meet monday at 7:30 freshman members 'meet the y-hut p. m. for a recreational program. all are asked to bring tennis or rubber-soled shoes, jerry reed, who has charge of party, announced.
|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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