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the daily collegian tsr- volume xlv (z-g93) complete mp) coverage stillwater, oklahoma, friday morning, isecemlistlff, 1039 " 4 - . number 78 industrial editors convene on state campus a 2hd annual conference opens thursday evening with dinner varied displays being shown in college , buildings connection gathering preceding the official opening friday morning of southwestern association industrial editor's at oklahoma state college, officers saie opened a 7 p. m. shop. one hundred editors and allied workers on publications for plants assemble jiere saturday second sponsored by publication de partment. outstanding speakers for the saie conference nre j. h. lend). st louis, editor of shell progress, oil co., inc., who speaks on "more business through house organs." speaking "loyalty organ," ron curtlss, editor' cuff stuff, pub- j llcqtlon oklahoma dclegatcs to industrial editor's convention hero today and tomorrow will meet in 111 life science instead north cafeteria annex. lishing company its allied firms, address association members. displays shown engraving prinung companies arc science, first floor. late thurs-, day afternoon southwestern company, tulsa; mid-west printing burger bnirtl kansas city, has trade publications art engravings display. other similar were expecte'do have thc'li1' set up when opens this morning. included display which prepared engiuv-ings past 21 years redskin, a kodachrome natural color transparent film from four enlarged red, yellow, blue black sets made. is 17 by 19 milimctcrs size. yearbooks shown also in the display nre several college yearbooks. a publication pf cabot oil field equipment manufacturers had for cover an enlarging made from arkansas river sand magnified 1000 tiines. burger baird engraving cpmpany's art exhibit was satire on life n year book showing lads resting peacefully campus and climbing all over buildings. election of 1040 association officers will take place friday at 4:30 p.m. to be followed by buffet dinner. sibyl westbrook is crowned queen following redskin revue 'kappa delta candidate winner in one of closest queen races hal price and varsitonians set stage for screen, radio actors by helen ihibbab i) stuff writer sibly westbrook, charminjr member the knppa sorority, was crowned redskin last night im a climax-to jo'10 edition revue, annual preaoiita-tion oklahoma state yearbook. when asked how it felt to be new queen, minn wont-brook ex'clalmed "oh, it' simply wonderful, but oh, my goodness, i roally think there should have been oii'lit miecnn in- stead of onu!" mln westbrook, an education junior from idabel, won tlto coveted title n field or eight contegtnnts after a month-long campaign. other candidate were, morlel-lin simmers, pi beta phi; virginia may price, kappa' alplia theta; sue compton, zotu tntt alpha; mildred lmiich, willnrd hull; and anna berryliill, alphu delta pi; sara gcthmanu, murray hull, mary lewis, chi omega. hal price hid varsitoiilaiis started the entertainment witli toe-tickling melodies which put audience in receptive mood. orchestra also played for various songs dances nnd provided sort musical background announcements wiley bryant, redskin official ami master ceremonies. dlllagene plumb, zetn tau alplia, stole show her soft, husky voice dimpling personality. competing closely crowd's attention were "clebort sebort," wky ontertainors oklahoma city, with their twenty-odd home mode harmonicas. lee norton, artist wayne "tiny" wliitt hollywood, caliwmln, charmed pleasing voices. katherine duffy presented hawaiian group two wore watched interest by several who "(.quipped" glass-ec. reverdy mullinc, pianist, was performer wns featured as local talent. phillips thinks bennett not to take ag post state college profit by move oklahoma city, dec. l.t.(ap) governor it is n probability that dr. ii. g. bennett, president of college, would accept the position assistant secretary agriculture as was mitffre.sted tli week. said he had "no desire control appointment under-secretnry in president's cabinet." i added wished well if chose a like at close an administration. senator josh lee made siikkestion recommend for appointment. personality found fdr students by royer exams strombcrg publishes result of tests given here among the battery entrance give to all freshmen and other new entering oklahoma state in 1935 was inventory. this inventory consists 188 questions designed "get at neu-lotlc-submisslve-introvert tendonites," words late dr. royer. results ot test, published recently hi an article written for "school society" elc-roy stromberg, assistant professor psychology, indicate that average student becomes more dominant extroverted while attending college. dealt with stability ratings during time their enrolment state. forty-six who took test september, 1935, were same january, 1938. scored counting as correct those answers which would be dominant, person, who, says, is considered a desirable individual than introvert. according these limits, stated, group whole slightly better adjusted 1938 1935. increase scores two one-half ydars 13.10 points. mean 109.23, it 122;39. lead conclusion (.elf-ratings -of trails change one half years college attendance. direction domlnont, 1 extroverted, non-neurotic person. possible raise j score came because rated themselves introverts could not cope situation they dropped olit school. out did take fund drive on for religious improvement suggested appointment subject of discourse by governor oklahoma city, dec. 14 (ap) campaign to raise $250,-odd students' facilities at state scools was launched n banquet tonight attended 100 presbyterian leaders from over the state. one primary objectives will be erection a new educational unit and student center college, rev. thomas c. mowry, el reno, chairman foundation oklahoma, announced: precise nature improvements planned norman i have-not-been determined yet- - mowry indicated that probably $200,000 projected used actual construction stillwater norman. balance as an endowment. students other schools might improved later, said. arnold to speak on book review "marie chapdelaine" be reviewed by language professor dr. a. arnold, and head of foreign languages, will discuss chapelaine" louis hcmon at the 4 p.m. ywca today. story book, which is particularly noted for its description, set in french canada. "mario shapdclaine" has been made into n movie, it probably shown oklahoma state sometime january. cable j september, 1913, a member faculty since then. he spent year spain orid traveled mexico. this last series reviews, have given each frl-' day rooms. t . i an ocre was originally defin-' ed as the area a yoke of oxen i couid plow in day. no man marries n woman unless1 shv has dowry in ceylon. . nevada's riarn'g rftenhd "snow-clad" in spanish. iiiiiiitftiaiiiri-viriritnri i srich pleads not guilty to charges lnyton stlch, 23, alleged attacker of cleatlcc sipes, pleaded hot when arraigned wednesday afternoon before county judge paul l. myrick and pre. liminafy hearing was set for tuesduy, december 19. stlch who is charged with assault intent kill bring held in jail thursday morning lieu $2,500 bond by the court. jack lyall will be featured on choir concert tenor appear sunday program lyall, tenor, bo in the symphonic cdriccrt to held at 3:00 college auditorium. singing "the angel's song" by william stickles, accompanied vivian doty, pianist; james lee, violinist; and robert house, 'cellist. after studying voice ton-kawa junior for two years, soloist came state fall of 1938 where he has continued his study under professor paul t. klingstedt, head vocal music department, director choir. one outstanding students campus recently been appointed assistant choir, was formerly president group. is marked a richness enunciation rarely found ono so young. ' the late king george v, of england, made a hobby collecting budgerugars, beautiful australian lovebirds. roses may be planted any time during november. the plants vm remain dormant in winter and' will bloom spring. founders7 ddy fete draws 350 to college bennett honored in gathering at annex founders, former students and friends of oklahoma state. 350 number, celebrated the 48th birthday college 53rd dr. hen.ry g. ttic 12th annual founder r.' day banquet held cafeteria last night. residents four states, many them prominent figures early history oklahoma, were 'on hand to extend good wishes president relive outstanding events that happened during-the days college. was largest during j2-year founders' day. here 42 members first class 1891 returned campus night for banquet. two are ot stillwater one is now living texas. first-year who on arc: w. boll, fort worth, texas; homer adams, stillwater; jenny redd, stillwater, charles duck, jcnks. henry bennett, after accepting cake presented by boh makovsky, lcokcd future state saw continued growth institution. only limited "the size this going be facilities which wo can provide," he told group. pointed land grant colleges as institutions common people, furnished balanced education their children. people more must look themselves support it duty aim turn out graduates sort," explained. f. barret, nu-jutant general principal' speaker banquet, defended rotc cadet corp lie reviewed earlier after-neon.. said, "that kind training will keep any country from coming over here." "every american citizen should ho trained use farms not hint someone but thein nom hurting him," continued. lost tnose present among pioneer otfahomons attended event whs etf-govemor s. johnson, perry, worked toward found-! ing institution freeman e. miller, n re- i tired lawyer, head , english department hero 1893-99. special guests introduced lieutenant-governor berry were: mr. mrs. roy wichllu; john fields, wife director experiment station; frank d. northrup, okla-(combined page 2) local legion post favors campus oyl ser-up the american chapter passed u resolution at their regular weekly meeting last night to go on record in support of oklahoma youtli legislature, inc., first incorporated session be held state capital city, dec. 28-30. christmas tea is to be given for listed guests on sunday homo economics education and household arts majors are invited a tea, sunday, december 17 at 1020 west fourtli cvenue from 4 till 0 p.m. the hostesses will miss florence lytic sara murray. christmas is here administrative offices in white-hurst hall havo taken on airs. standing the center of n tree trimmed blue lights. suspended from chandeliers traditional red and green tree. i farmhouse pledges entertain dates the of farm house fraternity entertained with a dinner wednesday evening at oasis. those present were; ira simmering and martha privoth, dale bloyd betty etchison, johnny goodwin catherine moore, verlan batiiurst joanne jayne, byron hugiics maxine greer, simpson walker virginia mills, troy hudson. new york hob had' 103 mayors. review of yuletide history reveals americans hundred years ago dreaded holiday festivities by jeanne robins yuletidc-lovlng americans would be surprised to learn that a hundred years ago christmas l 'ns hated and feared in the united tates. churches considered observing birth of christ an unpardonable sin. with early puritans this was especially true. they refused religious part because it bitterly reminded them doctrine tiie established church england which thdy had just escaped. holiday festivities there reversed usual procedure; servants bossed their masters children parents. most gaiety innocent, but seemed demoralizing dissipated. eighty wasn't even ltjgal parts states. legalized massachusetts until 1850 recognized ns feast day many after civil war. south, given warmer .welcome from start. whites indians alike celebrated occasion. slavery days, old english custom reverse procedure came up. for weeks, much work wns suspended were allowed to leave for a time. pupils even went so far ns throw school teachers out the door. christmas spirjt couldn't he kept down, however; it grew stronger with each passing year. dutch immigrants brought st. nicholas new york where became american santa claus. children have been hanging stockings by mantles and radiators years. all began tale about dropping purse down chimney, fell into stocking fire dry. trees are numerous over campus. there ore 34 in murray hall alone. germans this custom pennsylvania soon permeated country. clement moore's famous poem, " twas night before christmas," did much soften hearts of christmas-haters, swept country making claus real millions children. young people take sly advantage old eng-ghsh plucing mistletoe ovt'r doorways greet long-absent friends. modern early came popular demand. america has more than made up her slow--ness. nowhere is celebration happier! or abundant. three cooks didn't spoil prexy's cake the presented to dr. henry g. bennett, president of oklahoma state college, thursday night at founders' day banquet by boll makovsky, director and head tiie music department celebrates two birthdays bennett's college's. that is n big assignment, but worthy it, it was baked mrs. a. fulton, pastry. cook murray hall, assisted miss elva williams, cook, rachoel johnstone, hall dietician. however, too many did not this cake, for ore all good ones. decorated mary betli carter, associate professor household science. large round, has candy roses twined over nnd smells wonderful. decoration banquet, which were christmaslike, baskets poinscttias, surrounded big, shiny apples grapefruit. note: if anybody ate fruit lie still will have answer cloy potts, short courses, who had charge decorations. well-known argentina.! may visit campus on tour bf nation blizzard to meet davis at sulphur well-known dc 24 gordan davis, argentina ran cher and judge of the fat steer purebred hereford' classes 1939 international livestock exposition, chicago, may visit oklahoma state college farms on his tout leading ranches in united states this week. w. l. blizzard,, deah school agriculture will turner hereford ranch, sulfur, today accompany him td stillwater if lie decides college. named bull t price rupert 45th, owned ahd shown by champion last tiie was given honorary registration number 3,000,000 american breeders association following victory. as n gesture goodwill renamed gordali rupert, after expert. visited here 1920. addition ranching he is connected with a packing plant argentina. when the tungsten filament of nn incandescent bulb readies temperature what it gives off light is twice as hot molten steel. pot poiiisettia la everlasting gift for campus prof. like many another holiday shopper, professor willard rude, head of the secretarial administration department, bought a little polnscttia in pot. he took it home, and kept until nfter christmas, l.ut storv does no end yet. next spring rude puts outside, waters it, grows. that christmas plant was lai'gcr blooms were several. therefore, believing what works once ought to do pretty well ogaln, profcssdr continued treat with tender care. each winter reposed basement nil its bwijtehcs trimmed babk summer dwelt outside' grew sunshine. now is too large back porch where blooming. had some two dozen this year, tiie football team, looks forward an even better season year. yule vandals do dirty work christmas wreaths disappear from home ec doors vandals, those low beings who inhabit tho earth and take pleasure in making women children unhappy, are already at on the campus. it was discovered wednesday morning that which were adorning front ot economics building liiid disappeared for parts unknown. now wasn't value of wronths or fact doom will be bare, but just principle tiling makes us gnash our teeth. course if thief getting to put up his poor starving uren't having any this yeur, we feel duly sympathetic li stop by o'collcgian offico see kiddles got some presents no questions asked about wreaths. nahl's retailing class to visit glencoe store 1 dr. p. c. nahl and his are taking a field trip this ifternoon glencoe. tho object if is the gonoral jn town that boasts ot fact it has n little of everything, j in course stu- dents study buying problems i stores small towiu, on up probloms largest department specialty stores. so will help studying habits general store. . besides helping studenta gain first hand information, helps break routine also add diversification ' :lass activities. alumni board of directors in session here re-election both officers highlights 'founders' oklahoma state's convened yesterday afternoon on the campus at its annual founders day meeting which was featured by reelection botli officers. walter jesse, ardmoro, re-elected president organization and t. p. gilmer, okmulgee, re-named vice president. o'iier members who were present a. o. martin, secretary; gerald cur-tin, guthrie; r. russell, woodward; herbert jones, city; w. melton, tulsa; roy holloman, stillwater; f. g. dium-mond, hominy; homer adams, joe synar bob bobo, all from stillwater. during tune official business discussed. chi omega alumnae holds di nner tuesday members or the omoga club held a dinner at college shop evening. tables were decorated in keeping with christmas season. those present were: mrs. hunter mcpheetors, walter creech, mr. w. h. bishop, paul brock, loo thomas, sylvan r. wood, minn virginia pope, howard tarr e. roberts, miss bean alien, haskell smith, and ruth farrington. blue key holds monthly meeting here thursday key, national honor fraternity, held its luncheon i in the north cafeteria annex" with 30 present. those prosent were: don stoops, president, dale mcclnin, dail west, bob morford, roy hoke, bill cole, dean c. h. mc-elroy, herb robbing, glen brat-cher, walter slack, tom omo hundro, cowling, stanley synar, ernest andrews, delmar hayter, david eddloman, jack st. cluir and bryon kirkpatrick. radium is enormously expensive because it takes 14,000 tons of ore to produce one ounce, worth $700,000. , 'i the winnah ! kappa delta member, charming sibyl westbrook, nn education junior from idabel, was crowned queen of limo oklahoma state redskin nfter tiie annual revue at college auditorium last night.
|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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