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. .i'tee daily ocollegian v0m1m3 x)v (-hf ) , ; complete (ap)4 coverage stillwater, oklahoma, wednesday mohning, december 13, 1039 " ' mtmmrr, whitt faip0lli hollywood singer to appear af featufiij on redskin reviie thursday night fny whiit xi to be here, brandenburg , ahnbqnces appearances hers one of thfr mm pleasaiit surprises the current c'(i-tctfainmertt year came yesterday when .pat brandy bfirgoditdr 4940 ojtjfh noma -state yearbook,' til-nouhced that waypp 4,tw'' " whitt; former -siroudi .(fym-.lioipa, ..boy. and now- poukl' linger under. contr'act.topfttt-riount . atudlosr ha.d )a sfghejj.rto nppeav o jhc'jkj-skm ftevue, thursday, n jh. -;w3titt, formerly ac lnrtfoh sfroud, will appear wjtjt a .troupp pwessjowintal-oht 'from' the. biilortainniclit corps .bf wky broadcasting cpmpririy ' in' oklahoma" gjjiy iiluj. tho kathryn 'puffey,;. y.ife, woll.knoyn tr6'uiiey.?a stage, screen tdiiy iifcf ists. also included' firim nvening's' mpmi d.f cntcsarn mcht for yearbook "'of ef entation, hatfi'ed lt biggest, affairs 'of' cbjlogt year, is various' local taleht, iambus- paramount dinner) who only rpcbiillir was secli jin sgijwqtf ih. ''i,ijoq tpuckabwh'1 at lpeal thpiitch 1? scheduled lb i qn'thc program which bean 8:15 p.m. ih lhec6liego auditorium. nd advance saltish tickets has been announced. thirty. cents chargqc tftfsje-bpurds.to ti)c.qojr. studcrits'ure seed bring pencils, uir. at-lr so thoy might vphj fdr thejp fayorito carfdldate forj-ilic touted redskin qu6tn lion'dlb;i" beran carttrjn 'id thp.fcingdr, wntiw,as "lillt? toh djltamlupt' m-ufantfenburii. began tlls cartfcwithftli year's .am k after-b81nfbprn-lh stroud" ad attending- gratfo'fctmbt utcrc find lat6r mbying, to; l'mtoh, whcrc.kc j attended hirfh: tiohool nud camer- ofirconcge. $i6 lawtoh chrimbcn.o'f commerce sent, him to" 'fycw. york id affpar oh major 'gowos": art)alcur hour. m. vvasainatldqar vlficr thexq ahd later cmpljr'm ts featured vocalist' wilhf ozile nelsp.n's 'orchestra. - 4 siwed corilriict in syinmcr io?b, mitt shlglng with xv prphestra noel; missouri; when- ,20th century fjjc studios .came', to. ifoel io film, "jcsso james" fllni. tyrone f'ower aiid henry fqnda, stars picture) heard slng.on their" flb-t night .at thc-fe-sort ,lmmbdlatc)jrn cast hlnvas the, bnggagemiirt plcuc. ihey took hohypvd where he was" put under cojjtract paramodpv ik plclures ; whltt wds recently jn ",000 tpuchdown" joqx brown 4nd martha rayc, also.lin "dapclng co-cd" laha tur-lier ahjc shaw's fambus" orchestra.. nlsb "somp like it hot,'1 "the great waltz" hnd "jesse jjjmcs." tiny, whvslahds six. foot, three inches, -will' sing rest fehow. mi j. i ' - . mil 1 , --1h f iu aggiei sack up thirty-eighth home win over pittsburg consecutive-win cage record is kept clean in scoring festivity coach iba and fifteen hardwooders to leave early today for eastern jaunt by joe mayfield sports editor hank urn's oklahoma aggies caughtv hbl scor- . ing cadence the middle of first half sacked nip pittsburg teachers from plains kansaf)- 27rto ' add john lance's team as their thirty-eighth straight home victim aggie's brilliant caging record. there was nothing ten minutes play that could have tipped club cowboy scorfng avalanche swept down on them. nursing a tender 9-7 lead, gene smelser, tiny aggie forward slipped one through netting out front with twisting handed loop- er. that was tho fire crackor art johnson, sure shouting puncher scorer, hustled into the game by iba and slondcr aggie racked in n long one frcm twenty feet out followed through, seconds apart, with two fast field goals a charity toss for seven digits scored lens than minutes. johnson's scoring splurge pushed agglos ahead 10-7 punchors built up to 28-10 at half way mark. sophomore just before ended coach sent his sophomoroa on floor do mopping up, led e. j. eggloflton, juniors came through ringing drive. loroy floyd cab roiiick, big indian guard of punchers, each galhorod goal then eggloston rammed ones; sandwiched marvin rydcn, karsns forward, neat side ace bring teachers along 24-10 behind stepping punchers. herb klrchmeycr, sub aggio ocntcr, hit bell time finish uic half. lance had pittsburg team pepped start f econd halt teacher gave tll-for-tat few minutes, pulling 20-13 aggies carson recdcr's gohl sturdy's free toss. dnn. ibyic, bhrd playing iriih k"uar3'6n cowboy club, garnered throw cause. (continued sports pnncj 1 atiitfc afclfc sbriiit buht arfluhd yule theth ov6r koma the qucstlpn "ip there a santa claus?" will be asked' anjl an-ewered on tht aunt affgic program over rddb statdi at 11:45 this morrilng. ' giving hlstqry of claus, ruth musgrove- as aggld ahd eva usjk mrs. horaa prfceent b (ew, iijeas about chrlstrnas ajjd christmas spirit. brdgram wl he completed by hdltlcbel etfhs, newscast reporter,' ralph . corfcy,-. muster of" ceremdnleg, and boh mckentie, accordionist,- , weatherman to influence success of founders' day celebration on campus thursday; plans complete reservations for banquet tomorrow night come in from distance; many expected whether or not mister says fair weather foul, will probably greatly the attendance at founder's and military review take place tomorrow, as old-timers planning attend great distances, conditions may delay prevent their presence state campus. apnroximately 300 guests are expected, between 250 have already been received. gerogc bell, fort worth, made reservation today, present time holds record greatest distance traveled program. the program for day will? officially pp'cn at a military rc-j view before general charles f.' barrett,, adjutnp: of state many years. review will be held on parade, grounds north old gymnasium 4 p.m. by half uic cadet corp, which consist companies g, h. i, j, l, and m lnfontry division,, d, e, t engineers division. banquet scheduled founder's banquet' in cafeteria annex 6:30 p.m., with licut.-gov. james e. berry presiding as toastmas-' ler. invocation given by. rbv. allen s. davis, presbyterian minister, who holds record being one first instructors religious education tho campus. address evening will, made barrett, who, present, is writing book early days oklahoma. preceding principle speech, reminiscences old-timer take pjacc. "at this v lime," birthday cake' presented to dr. henry g. bennett, bohumil makovsky, director head music department. guests be. introduced during program, after presentation cake john k. long, assistant professor lead group songs, way back when bo furnished gospel singers, all-girl orchestra, newest attraction oklahoma student entertainment bureau. group, billed a. frank martin, employment, included uio founders' thursday annex. popular songs organizing beginning practice fall, girls, whom are former high-school winners, arc expected among most groups. twenty petite musicians, ail but three freshmen, directed susan barber, major clarinetist. personnel orchestra includes: violins: june wilson, gaycl dean, jean haydcnburk, venus ncugebaucr, thelma tel-camp. cello: gcraldlnc brown, viola: ethclyn 'fisher. clarinets: annabcth reeves. cornet: clcora price. string bass: lillian woods. drums: mary bette moore. marimba: carol colvin. accordion: rosalec vann. flutes: barbara bridges, yvonne hughes. saxaphoncs: evclyji-, fleming, lorctta mae holder, evans. t' f f, j fe au kathryn duffy's "hnwajian paradise" which1 will be a ltort-of the redskin revue here thursday lilght is dclovely gaylc r.o,b b ins,. "the american; 8,9. m t y of sophisticated spngs"i shown above. wiss robbins. comes direct frdin rhoat successful 11 weeks at grand hotel in mackinac island, michigan. tiamma cht chapter of pi icftppa alpha fraternity has; nominated licut.-gov. james e. berry to receive the local award cvh-i'c a g o - alumnus tlieia .chapter's fifth annual dsnkuihh.eu achievement '-at' its founders' day b,avi(juet on-march 1, 1940. l6 ( chaijen's nomination tdreive- national chapter, is joseph benton-ftjlrjvietronoiitan opfari star. jroyidus ' wihners wmm have been senator a. rrtghwdler, kentucky, lynn oa'.-'waldprf, head football duach' at v northwestern uni-yji?;ity; dr. john c. ruddock, arid bishoj) henry st. george tucker. should fee a season of kisk-steaiing aplenty oklahoma city, dec. 12. ;spctial) if more kisses aren't stolen this christmas, it won't be ' oklahoma's fault. last week the first shipment 25 cartons mistletoe wus ship- ! ped from hugo to cleveland, ohio, by lcter irwin. officials market commission state department agriculture helped mr. irwin desfgn cardboard package .protect greenery ih transit, and locate " buyers. was rushed its des-tlhation will fresh grcdri when arrives, jack ren-fro, chief inspector declared. landscaping now being done at willard hall planting of shrubs and trees begins is in tho progress around dormitory. this week. as soon beds are laid out bermuda grass will be sown. due to lack funds, only tcm-iwrary possible winter. some plants remain pcimancnt; others replaced later. species cedar, scotch pine, english lavender arc used. building on oklahoma state's campus so wtpid that landscap-hig falls behind. temporary partly an effort beautify before construction complete. wlllard's south courtyard a subject considerable study for later development. plans nrb beautiful unique yard side the there no immediate plans! thcta pond. if it continues dry up cleaned out. water flow-; crlng placed pond make more interesting view. traditional juice arrives for yule season drinks in tho old days, men mixed up many an egg-nog with which to toast the spirit and flowing bowl went rounds. later on some cheery souls wanted prolong spirit, even without it, they uy cocktails, (or shaker) then prohibitionist tomato tin can rounds, drinks, therefore, arc tom sclvally, tom, htc other day, got a large package practically' plastered christmas form of stickers. was full juice, is now fair makings cocktails. drink up, my hearties! i over 115 students buy automobile permtis one hundred and fifteen have been given permission to operate automobiles on the .state campus, i an cannot be maintained by a student unless it is , necessity for use in work or transportation, cars social purposes ! are not allowed, symphonic choir presentation is 4:30 instead of 3 o'clock sunday i klingstedt to be in charge of program oklahoma state's symphonic choir " will sing from the stage college auditorium tho an-riut christmas music department at 3 o'clock surttjay afternoon rather than 4:30 it was. announced tuesday by paul t. klingstedt, director group, reason for change was objection . members still-rater's ministerial alliance ' 4 tho original time. the ministers feared that the, college program would interfere with evening church services. christmas carols will be featured in truditjopal program, which has been given here during season for last eight years. contributions from townspeople and choir members have made possible th6 purchase of 60 robes to wear sunday concert. a free-will offering after con- , cert, all proceeds going robo fund, j i ' l.j iil, english exam tho composition examination for commerce students, and a;ts science students who are not majors will be given thursday, december 14 from 7 to 9 in the new engineering auditorium. i enlish majors, however, at same placo time. . 1 college dairy department may be able to furnish milk dormitories, cafeteria soon professor h..v. 'cave, who came here from kansas state college the first of september to become head dairy department said yostorday that creamery would soon bo able process milk herd and furnish it cafeteria dormitories. , he explained rebuilt cooling rooms refrigeration machinery arc about ready for use. a new condenser has been installed"" .and entire system overhauled. as certain pieces handling equipment including receiving unit, pichcatcr, filters pew sanitary piping can be installed plant will begin processing consumption, considerable amount remodeling rearrangement tho found necessary but is hoped now that the plant may be able to oporato by tho second semester. processing of milk ant manufacture dally products at dairy building i not a new project; however there hag beon none this kind work done in lost your and half because inadequate machinery. thp will students who arc majoring manufacturing. tills help them gain experience handling operation while college creamery has been operating from herd processed u down town cafeteria dormitories have receiving source. state supplied direct these .dining halls as soon it can furnished through department. .1 informal dancing to come ag campus soon in "o" club mixer weekly affair to be held if idea favored here i .that lost something the flame of western brotherhood and democracy wasting gradually away with growth age may return '.oklahoma state "o" club mixer in old gymnasium saturday. ... an informal, dance from 8 11:30 p.m. at which women or men come date stag, will a measure destroy unconscious social distance various groups have created. first this saturday will, free its continuance decided upon demand scc(ns great enough. tho admission should feature 25 cunts, -will include checking wraps. drinks five cents. dr. n. s. walke head professor health physical education; c. h. mcelroy, dean men; a. arnold, chairman . committee; eaiie albright, assisuint president college, expressed uiomsclvcs enthusiastically favor plan. attitude these is that 'such plan give all students' a-wholesome chance become acquainted. it no competition any other organized dance. for everybody. herschcl burrus, elcc singleton, harvc johnson ray por-tillo acting handle management week's affair. profit applied purchase blankets graduating senior athletes. stillwater claims new celebrity in "post" author can again claim a celebrity. he is lcland jam-icson, or "high frontier," novel acclaimed by the. literary critics. jamicson was born -1004 but moved to edmund early and there spent his boyhood. received college training at oklahoma university central state ed-mond. wrote during high .school days receiving no recognition. 1025 learned fly tho air corps school located, san antonio, texas. held second lieutenancy the regular army resigned 1028 favor of writing. old love flying came back successively operations manager for an airline, system schools, pilot on night run. still spare time hp now run miami-newyork route! frontier" based, oh experiences hectic clays 1020. it tells struggle then small airlines improve uicir service standard today. lawrence jamicson, senior agriculture and' student ' pilot, nephew jamicson. seems come from minded family. fauicr another uncle are pilots with eastern airlines. i ywca activities to 1 be terminated for year december 18 the 1039 arc drawing a close, stated miss vesta etchison, general secretary, tuosday. two of programs, which were scheduled this year, rc- main, and meetings will resumed again february, 1040. wcck an" informal get-together was hefd ' on monday 300 young women vho became members november 27, friday, 15, tenth last book reviews he given by dr. a. arnold. wlh review "marie chapdelainc", french novel, louis hcmon. tho evening meeting, 18, bo u christmas program, has been arranged marie chauncey. she asked rev, scollay hock speak ywca. there poetry, group singing carols decorations. meeting conclude 1030 programs. assault charges filed against layton stich laytnn stich, held in connection with the stabbing of clcaticc sipos, was charged intent to kill county court 'i u o s d a y morning. assistant attorney curtis williams said that defendent will be given 21 hours enter his plea. 'til it hurts joe doaks (this is the lirst oj a scries of stories relating to social work which daily o'collcgian doing this year jor needy poor stilluarcr. box will be placed in office for all conlribu-tlons.) case professor alphonso smithovitch n cose worthy attention philanthropic students. mrs. tubercular and expecting her eleventh child. owns only one suit clothes, has sold his car rides bicycle school, children arc getting wpa free lunch. slight financial reverse fall caused him need help; $15 help have happy christmas. b a. b. joncsyski, head department goose culture, been faculty member college more than ten years, having come here from moscow university after coming there haiti brazil. he affiliated with church that takes up so many collections rccept reversal lns left unable happy' christmas' fdl- two klddjes.'$12 would fix nicely. c j. abceter, associate labor, sent wife guthrie salvation army pot lie hopes keep boiling, asked classes contributions five sell pencils apples on street, accept no gifts but lias grabbing at straws. could christmas ' kiddies about $10. d w. "bill spceringur, instructor jn public pecking, seven years. spceringur an invalid nine blind pen half-starved children. bill well liked by .student body gives lots a's class, practical knowledge, sadly lacking. $25 make little as reversal. . jack lyall named assistant choir director here lyall, voice major from tonkawa, was appointed hmi-tant of the symphonic by paul t. klingstedt, head vocal department this week. has assisted in preparing for their annual chrlbt-mas concert to be given tho collego auditorium sunday at 3:00 , instead 4:30 as previously announced. jimmy lee, president group, announced that plans were underway a tour important cities oklahoma, and probably an out state trip during next semester. lower division home lower home ec club division in meet economic held it first meeting monday at five o'clock the. homo economies living-room. the was for tho pup. pose of olcctlng officers. lorreon dolz huntor. oklahoma, wus chosen chairman, and mildred tlnniuh, tulsa, oloctod aocro-tary. conit freshmen sophomore mom-bcrs club. : other officers this group will be appointed before begln- inlng second somester. suspended fine is handed ag student h. bruce welch, state involved in a minor traffic accident with fire truck sunday afternoon, was given $5 sentence tuesday afternoon municipal court on charge of following fiic truck. according to police report the car driven by welch received smashed fender when backed into as it w.is getting position hook hose plug. had denied that he intentionally uic fire. v jjj '"i ' former oklahoman n"w 0 paramount actor, was this week signed to. appear on the 1040 edition redskin revue, yearbook presentation, at college auditorium thursday night 0:15. person, shown above, is tayne "tiny" whltt, singer.
|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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