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' . tnll dnrk nnrl fvnfir thats da, ,oylor nn cxmjslt0 i un, uurk. ana cxonc dnnccr( who wlu nppcnr on the stage of college nuditor(um tliursdoy night ns a member troupe outstanding professional entertainers being presented by yearbook' in its annual redskin revue. miss taylor gives an interpretation "night and day" h'cr'act'is high sp6t kathryn duffy's revue "hello beautiful". immy ocollegian volume xlv (z-503) stillwater, oklahoma, tuesday morning, december 12, 1030 " "numbeitw slight change in redskin revue program announced by official polls queen race to be thrown open "doubting thomases" after election a the of profes-j sional talent appear on thursday night at 8:15 was yearbook editor pat brandenburg monday. "instead rough riders singing group", stated, "we have booked spencer knapp and two harmoniacs, which is number over twenty different types harmonicas arc played. two-thirds these been made men ing in the act." . now act, which is well-known to oklahoma radio audiences, 'having been heard over stations wky, kvoo and kome, will join a group of eight different professional acts from wky entertainment bureau kathryn duffcy revue. brandenburg also said "in order stem reports that race being 'thrown' or 'bought out', we have made arrangements for any person who so desires inspect number ballots printed, sold voted upon at chief clerk's office after ' race." ballot dox has unopened since first voting redskin dance few weeks ago. speaking race, referred queen candidates campus sororities dormitories, arc vicing one top honors year. final be mudc jbnt revue winner announced afterward. vote on entrance bo tickets students are urged 'tor their own convenience" bring pen-(cotitlnuca page 4) . hotel association plans brive to attract tourists the missouri, kansas and oklahoma held its annual meeting in tulsa, december 8 0. bill stone, aggie senior management, addressed convention friday afternoon concerning management school at state. ended with a banquet crystal ball room of mayo hotel. 'the voted unanimously work together attracting come stay hotels. present, is state which drive through without stopping unless necessary. will endeavor show that there arc many places scenic historic interest worth seeing oklahoma. commerce council discusses school day on march 7 the student held its regular meeting sunday afternoon at 4:30 p. m. among things dlsrusscd were plans for day, which is to be 7. those setting all are stenring committee composed of carl blackwcll, ilethamaye crossman, and dall west. made a luncheon, something new added program this year. also discussed further room. they have picked morrill 205 as room set aside students. will decorated in very modernistic fashion. it was decided that would open students lounge between classes meetings various kinds. however, if furniture not treated with proper respect, closed used only meetings. ftlfw such room, respect enough take care it. v 1 y plans are laid for new fraternity on campus in meeting organizing an honorary secretarial majors were discussed at the of oga monday evening. this will be upper classmen majoring administration. organization should completed year. program consisted a spelling bee which mem-, bers competed against one another writing shorthand characters, military parade will open gala founders day number of events are scheduled on celebration here founder's activities bo opened at 4 p. m. december 14. with a revue to staged the grounds north old gymnasium before general charles f. barrett, adjudt-cant state oklahoma for many years, who is now writing book history oklahoma. toastmastcr banquet be held in cafeteria annex 0:30 li'cut-gov. james e. berry. barrett chief speaker occasion, and his subject probably deal early days state. other outstanding guests frank northup, first printer college, chris madsen, indian scout time or settlement stillwater, tom goff, another old-timer music furnished by gospel singer's quartet, all-girl orchestra, make their appearance since organization campus. reservation should made 12. djsasterous fire prevented by ag senior welty prevents blaze spread on sunday what could have been a disastrous, fire, sunday, at the residence of albert jaync, 313 ram-soy, turned out to bo fairly harmless one through alertness charles wclty, "engineer from freedom. wclty was dressing for lunch in his second story room when he' fcmcllcd smoke. rushing into an adjourning room" and jerking open n closet door, he literally) "slapped face" gusji flame quickly began grabbing up the, burning clothing tossing them back room. as rest it coming contact with material, suf-fcrid first degree burns left hand face. 'received emergency treatment firemen later had redressed college infirmary. truck arrived tho scene, such fast speed that driver, captain everett hudiherg, not stop time, up. car driven h. bruce welch, 19 year old freshman agriculture, oklahoma city, following close behind started backing up, welch unable move vehicle quick enough, struck right rear fender bumper. driving, 1039 mercury, is owned mrs. hugh west or city. damage done estimated $15. damaged. theater contest blanks available kntry for the th. uncontest sponsored lv tin- akk-mecca, and campus the.it n- being printed can ik- om. lined at box offices of th thm theatres. kutries me alrad imii-ing in contest. contestants are to list ten outstanding films shown tin-theatre during past year those coinciding nearest pictures will receive coupon books $5.00, $2.io $2.50. a theatre:, appr.u on entry aid contestant making -.elections. appointed dear riup s. donrjgu. oklahoma city, dec' 11. (ap) appointment of lieut-col. phillip s. don-nell, dean the entfincerintf school at oamc, as com-mandiiik officer 17l)th infantry, national guard, was announced today. he succeeds col. charles h. johnson, pawnee. truck driver is escapee sun. in accident x cashion man .near death as overturned the caprice of fate alone saved c. ii. hackney, from cushion, oklahoma, sunday, after-he lfttt' control-of his- loaded with six- tons gravel,-' which left high way about three miles north of. stillwater and crashed into a tree. hackney was attempting to pass car driven by it. 11 .hubs, manager camera theater, wlion hubs started turn off on r. h. rush, turned sharply lilt some soft dirt shouldci road roadside tree tenifie force driving motor machine up cab pinning momentarily. tho vehicle burst flames received painful burns right thigh leg hand before passing motorist rushed scene rescued him cab. emergency treatment at stillwidcr municipal hospital sunday released night, but brought back monday morning. authorities stated that his condition not serious. sipes improving; charges unfiled on attacker stitch denies he was knifer of aggie student cicatlce sipes, state college who stabbed saturday night is reportedly recovering rapidly in the infirmary and should be dismissed a few days, according to dr. j. m. wright, surgeon. i i. hcndcr&on, county jail-1 cr, announced last that1 layton stlch, reported j had not yet been charged , with assault. stlch that man attacked student, officers said. contrary former reports hi definitely stated no blows were struck between two men seen pool-hall, but front shldlcr roller rink, 711 husband street, as students passed from which stich ejected earlier evening, management. police knife found glove compartment stich's car showed evidence blood stains having washed only short time before water. denied any acqualntencc stich, told fight started when approached him made some challenging remark. extent youths injuries wound left shoulder inflicted allegedly by pocket hands stlch. playhouse crowded for wild life film over 350 persons., the prairie monday night to sec four rcolsof miscellaneous pictures' in 'technicolor shown by hugh davis, curator or mohawk. zdptoglcal gardens at tulsa. a photographer and collector of h(o spedments, davis showed animals ana birds their native habitat witji special emphasis on oklahoma's birds. pointed out need conservation anc: destruction some natural nesting living placps this state. t hefirst was pri hawks owls; second oklahoma birds; third mexican bull right, ocean bathing canadian fishing; and' fourth oh new- indian dances present commercialism practiced aborigines. ittanaha, asae .lasses were invited guests sponsoring collegiate 4-h club. v ' v.ii . f college to be host editors house organ workers to meet on campus friday saturday southwestern association'of industrial editors gathers under ag publications oklahoma state college will life host and approximately 100 publishers of trade at the second annual conference tho association editors, accovd-injj clement e. trout, head secretary of the association. sessions on campus will be under sponsorship state publications department which inaugurated conference and a for organization association was held by college in 1d38. employee magazine industrial paper editors, printers, engravers, artists, photographers others allied interests come from kansas, missouri, arkansas, texas oklahoma, according to luther williams, editor diamond, mld-contl-ncnt petroleum corporation's magazine, who is president program divided meet has been into nine divisions general headings copy sources, preparation cdlung copy, layout photography, engraving, composition, ink, reproduction, distribution, reader interest. speakers la- elude j. h. leach, st. louis, shell progress, sales promotion published oil co. inc. progress recognized industry as one outstanding jail-company, publications. ..leach.. speak tin subject "more business through house organs," at saturday noon luncheon conference. leach formerly associated witli louis globe-democrat northwestern university's personnel ciiicago. curtiss he here don curliss, cuff stuff, oklahoma publishing com-ipany city, i friday lunch-i con sub-'ject "building loyalty organ." .serves . daily oklahoman times, tho mistletoe express co., radio station wky company's other inter-, csts colorado. eldon fryc, philncws, bartlcsvillc, "copy sources", opening saie omrnlng. tutsans listed tulsans appear include paul yard, art cdltor.jriie diamond mid-continent corporation; r. c. kcevcauver, advertising manager, mayo furniture co.; shccrwood morgan, morgan engraving ii, taylor, director publications, mid-west printing p. haushcr, plant superintendent, mancke maushcr lcatrlcc hollcnbcck, sun-ray news; marccline maquis, warren j'ctrolcum natural gasscr; willard bassman, carter oh link; w. evans, danzlgcr refining road runner o. erickson, vice-president, tulsa election 1040 officers occur 4:30 p.m. this followed buffet dinner party, only social event session. special convention issue, organization's membership publication, "the organ," mailed more than 350 members prospects saturday. foreign language film to be shown tuesday the german film, "an orphan boy in vienna" has arrived after its mysterious delay several days ago, nnd will today, december 12, two continuous performances at 0:30 and 8 pj m. prairie playhouse. frosh y club meets in regular session monday the freshman was presided over at 7:30 p.m. by ellis rogers, president, and general discussion of summer 'camps held, jerry reed, social, showed some interesting films camps sacramento, n, m. next meeting will be held monday, december 18 all members arc urged to attend. ten day's are left for purchase of licenses days remain in which stillwater motorists' may obtain drivers license without submitting to "a written and' demonstration examination. this year, the first lime, every member a family or firm will not have stand line to. get ids her own renewed. any one take group 1939 litvnscs tag agent's office and them renewed, if he pays customary 50 cents per license. individual whom renewal is issued must place ills hoc signature on envelope before it becomes valid, however. mother of students to conduct column for cushing star-news mrs. martha schneider, u24 miller, homo economics and nutrition expert, will write a weekly the star-news, recently established paper at cushing, it was announced tins week. schneider is jane who junior in school arts sciences sam assistant editor college radio department. she writes her under name aunt martha. local oyl lhcorporqojrs plan for session soon in oklahoma city group is not fazed by move other "official" meeting to be held in oc; so's the while oklahoma city, tulsa and norman student were busy formulating plans for "oid-cial" youth legislature same date sun city as l -islaturc, inc., board of directors tho incorporated group, al state students tit . i alumnt, continued devise plan-for coming session. nar speaks stanley synar, president tin-board pointed out tw;,i action from man, tuls.i would conflict any w.iy with "in fact," synar advised, -m-believe absonce kmi-p which met m sunday form second lorn., -laturc our assembly, v. ill ,u-crcasc educational benefits derived threc-duy nulling. "we do care if n disregards or disclaim: .my taken still .-t j -headed organization," .n-tinucd, "because cst'im-tion they are simply a hunch defeated radicals striving :mi publicity sympathy." local mukting thrro will he an ov1, mcctluc wednesday evennu at 7:l.r mnrril lull, rumn .105. all interested student, who like attend annual scssnln okjahom.i dcrcmliur :ih-:io urged attend. real purpose i-limniatm", negroes was u -caiuo could more ny influenced commune t im because communihls per i.. -ed them argue s ci.il ii. i-ity moons inercusinn i.-o d hatred, said. point cleared up another in-.-board ,v.pi iwliy uiemdfctsl'nufre incorporated. officers slate couii'i! orraiuaten obtained papers mcorpoi :( effort establish :.ui '! n-tial organization, obtain ni.iii- ni independence, t" i.u-ilit. t-handling assembly. president is mentioned for national post bennett advocated assistant aggie spot oklahoma city, dec. 11.--(ap) dr. h. g. bennett, of oamc, was by sen. josh lee (d-okla.) today appointment as secretary agriculture. mention made in a brief statement handed to news men lee's secretary. tiic senator said that when asked if he would consider the position, told him "have think about it." educator, consistent friend new deal farm policies, could not be reached comment, nor found elaboration his statement. tho vacancy created harry l. brown resigned become activities director tennessee vallpy authority. successor will appointed agriculture wallace. j vultures theme of current aggievator issue off presses today by paul-ink mills i o'colieolan feature editor j vultures came into their own in the november issue of aggievator, campus humor magazine from now on, it won't be a bit surprising to tee thtm spring out shadows. fact, jack st, clair's editorial lie advocates n little imsu courting on steps morrill hall at 11:50 or there abouts some morning, order bring attontion powers hint re oklahoma state's most crying need. hastens insert that ho wrote this chanty mp soul and for benefit reading public, not because he is personally concerned any way. an interview with dan q. cupid, sanky trimble, one features issue. poor dan's problems are many great, he's living horror osslbility bankruptcy. tho who told his cub reporter laws could passed against editorials written about it, but you still couldn't keep being popular pastime america, mr. cupid wants donate roses. insists like driving automobile you've just got bo sure your- brakes. deepest apologies poe, helen hubbard relates reason her staying homo nights. vulture took fancy looks cross between penquin johnny walker illustration accompanies poem. nick smollett, emotional freshman' has changed hick sophisticate three months, encounters difficulties college council simply gladys, latest addition numbers feminine friends, were sitting grass when pollco force overtook them. "human vulture" personified smollett's new name. last coming own.
|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|
|Rights||Copyright 2011 Board of Regents for the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges. All rights reserved|