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ear the daily qcollegian ssr volume xlv (z-593) complete (ap) coverage stillwater," oklahoma, saturday morning, december 10,1939 numder 79 dancing to be order of evening as gals and guys swing out in 'o' club mixer tonight old gym first of series is scheduled for campusites dancing will be the mnln theme evening when college lads and lassies swing out at initial "o" club mixer to music nick lodlan his seldom enters, in old gymnasium from 8 1 :.t0 p.m. tills social function free oil students, whether they have dates or arc singles. dance n scries that being sponsored by "o". nn effort raise ' money with which buy blankets graduating lettcrmcn aggio teams. , ; hcrshe) burrus, vice-president . club, states mixers also benefit .the many students who are not able attend some" other functions on campus. burrus although a nlcklcodian used furnish tonight if approve thd weekly, mixer, an orchestra contracted. following the, thi charge 25 cents made cover cost checking wraps miscellaneous expenses. one chief aims suggest t othe need student building campus where may meet entertainment saturday evenings. only five more operating days 'til christmas there will be no muscles and sinews in physical anguish upon etiolate sheets the infirmary during holidays for ojicratlng rrmnln until vacation. all seems well arc a few cold victims whom dr. thompson says able to vamoose. it is wishes of nurses, who smiles that one drown theta pond or slip break leg on murray hall slick dnnco floor before holidays. first time years, hang his stocking tlje fire plocc eat soup lettuce dinner instead ham hock butter beans. although are patients now, sharp increase after because food drink when vacations are over in jan., men's freedom may end campus co-eds begin casting eyes at ag eds by lois brown (the raven is. going to join the union soon; he's being worked ouqrumc.j once upon n midnight dreary, while i pondered, weak and weary, over many a quaint curious datebook, which found somewhat amusing, mused there, nearly nodding, suddenly there , came knowldege, that year of maiden's wooing, wooing one3 'of their own choosing, is coming, aloofness girls' wishes all our men will then be losing, nothing more: thus ran my musing. in this school are fairly serious lot, some them seem have notion they ore here get an education, with girls as sort seasoning solid food dished out professors. but next leap .year, if really took ' it seriously, could change. for instance, did take seriously women may bo least . men's worries now, l year they may rank up along with mid-semostcr exams and the ou game. for bo all men duly advised: next la leap year, many a thing could happen to change their minds. if aren't worrying about too women by then, be none at nil. llsterine mum ads will henceforth addressed them worrying, also, whether someone ever call up. not much sadie hawkins here compared kind used have in scotland. scotland, you know, is place where pennies live purses never go visiting. had lawmaker there, too, he pasted law that any single maiden propose man of her choice, prove ho was already engaged, pay pound money her. days when girl's affections really cash value, even seriously, i don't believe girl wants privilege (7) proposing man. there are ways, besides use direct words, getting engaged. were carried through, girls would also have to pay expenses and assume responsibilities. that would be just too much. advise consider the difficulties of escape from an irksome engagement what, in grandmother's day, were called onq's affections, all a girl has do now possessor aforesaid abstract entities, cango mind, deal is off. but it much harder for aforementioned get out what she started herself. courting, too, soon hand. most any girl's money gone clothing, very little left average feminine personality everything pise. may court as stands, man woman he takes fancy to. men sadly neglected here on this campus if courting women, there are not enough women go around. where some bmoc's then? they languishing their respective dormitories" or frat houses wishing zo - so call them up once while, that's what. v the rangers' band l1c 5.ank.crs' la,lt1' 0,10 of tnc outstanding instrumental organizations ,of oklahoma state college entertainment bureau, appeared on program with mike monronoy, congressman fifth district, at county courthouse last night 7:30. personnel his band, as shown from left to right in above picture, arc: front row -louis casey, stlgler; a. j. stephens. hollis; second harold stlgler j b. martin, marietta: and james hatter. mcalestcr. many old time numbers that originated far cast hills arkansas were presented. boys have made (ippcaronccs t various high schools throughout state. they been organized bureau since beginning .the semester. yvonne tait in cello recital on mon.; voice group program ; frank hladky to assist 'cellist . yvonne tait, 'cellist, will be presented in faculty recital college auditorium monday at 8:15 p.m. by the oklahoma state music department. miss tait assisted hladky, violinist, and daniel l. huffman, pianist. all three musicians ore of program as follows: passacaglia (in style handel) johan halvorscn arr. michael press, mibs mr. hladky. r .. i sonata lng major..,tarr..by j., salmon) summartinl allegro,' grave, vivace. deuxicmc suite (arr. r. fculllard) calx d'hcrvclois tambourin, mussctte, plaintc, air de chassc. hungarian rhapsody david j popper cadenza walter hccrmann. public is invited attend. ' sixteen days left to obtain tags remain in which stillwater drivers may licenses without submitting tests, both written and demonstrations of driving ability. december 31 is absolutely the last day that renewals will be issued ah examination, tag agent ben choate declared recently. beginning on january 1, 1940, every person who obtains a 1940 license do so only after he or she has passed state department public safety's examination. two students in first solo caa flight friday ' sebring and ray 'alone' flights here the state left their instructors behind took off alone morning, on hop. carl sebring, senior engineer from oklahoma city, was to at searcy field. "there wasn't much difference way ship handled with only one person it", said after flight, "except that t it noticeably lighter." paul ray, of enid, also a engineer, n strong second win his wings. more will be wearing wings before christmas holidays, al guthrie, airport manager afternoon. no student may he has had eight hours instructor. right how those who ore almost ready are practicing put planes into spin bring out spin. take-offs landings being practiced quite (diligently by this "week. i'o.stofficc hours the postoffice will be open every day (hiring holidays, from 7:30 a. m. to 5 :30 p. except on christmas and new year's day. uruguayan government okehs lengthening german ship stay - ... pocket battleship to be permitted stay longer montevideo (saturday) (ap) the uruguayan government approved recommendation of uruguyan naval board that german admiral spee bo given until sunday night leave this port. . "the ordered commander damaged warship notified its decision made dec-ommendation after inspection graf alul suggested she 5 p.m. (2:30 est) montevideo. action was announced shortly dciorc midnight, several hours great britain second diplomatic demand spec cither interned for tho rest war or forced venture into high seas where allied warships watchfully wait her. previously foreign office germany would make ship "seaworthy," following her damage in wednesday's grcot sea battle with three british cruisers. move made to honor elwyn claude here plans go forward famous student orator a proposed memorial claude, oklahoma state killed in an automobile wreck the summer of 1939, is being discussed by speech students. was n sophomore from cushlng school commerce, but he known over for his ability as orator. outstanding high-school debater and continued forensic activities college. placed first last year local anti-saloon lcgauo orotorl-cql contest, second extemporaneous speaking at pi kappa delta tournament city. also elected speaker pro tern house kansas youth legislature. tho would be sponsored tho- speakers club cooperation with department. it form annual contests medals loving cup prizes. all are tentative nt present time, hoped that action will soon taken on matter. alpha pi mu visits oklahoma city hospital, school mu, honorary prc-mcdlcal fraternity, visited the university hospital and medical school, city, thursday to inspect andtomical biological laboratories, libraries storage vats for human bodies. twenty state students, twelve of whom plan enroll in tho next year, accompanied by dr. r. chester hughes, associate professor zoology, met former copesmotes viewed plant. long hours study students go from 8 12 a. m. 1 5 p. until midnight or later six days a week. first part each day is spent theory latter dissecting ac-ual bodies which are stored formaldehyde, coming all parts state. they unclaimed unidentified corpses. nationally known ospltol noted their fine equipment training surgery. have dissected approximately 100 cadavers this semester. .those making trip were: francis davis, walter mason, dorothy reese, bruce evans, j. e. hudgins, lewis rockett, james lancaster, nancy pollard, bobble lou allen, glcnnic mac smith, annette walby, steve butler, bui clubb, mr. mrs. riley strong, benton dawson, herbert johnson, mary hock vincent watt. among those cn-rollees are: allen greer, gene hubbard, leonard hallendorf orr, .:... nation's collegians are highly confident that united states can and will steer clear of war austin, texas,. december 15 with europe's war now entering its fourth month of existence, amorican college students, in u national poll conducted by the student opinion surveys america, have registered a highly optimistic view that united statos can stay out cpnfllct. also hand-in-hand nation's apparent determination not to be involved, slight mar jority collegians voted ftvor requiring referendum people before congress could draft men fight abroad. those ore latest findings surveys, which weekly report campus sentiment for dally o'colleglan and other leading nefspapers nation. these polls are all taken means n carefully - selected cross section extends from main california, washington florida. question, "do you believe states , : . ' i, jk out of the present european war?" 1 students answered: yes, 6b per cent. no, 32 although this issue is pure speculation, it important to know opinion in oror got an insight into war patterns average college youth's mind. rank and fill, voters not so sure that u. s. can steer clear, for other polls only 54 cent have held view. will be interest note subsequent surveys effect russian attack on finland,, since these were made bofore red army began its activities. section-by-scctton votes st'.idents poll were: believing stay new england, 01 cent; middle atlantic, 70; east central, 65, west south, far west, 04, "should tho constitution changed require & national vote people before congress could draft men flgt overseas?" interviewers for tho survoys k-ed hundreds of students. they divided almost evenly only 83 recent approving. interesting differences wore noted among students different ogos; upporclaumon reverting themselves ontlroly: a draft referendum? yes no pet. tot. freshmen 00 40 sophomores 52 juniors 54 sonlors, grnduotes 49 51 by section, new englanders were the ones against national vatc, east central studenta 50-50, and all others approved narrow margins. why do collegians bolievo u s. can stay out european wai? "there is n delormlnod spl.lt american people to keep although much has been forgotten, remembered about world war i," junior in urslnus ' college, pennsylvania, declared, combining two reasons most often mentioned. v, propose donnell for grand river dam job; engineering department head unnotified service to people mentioned by dean when subject is broached "tins couckc a institution and if its faculty can render tho stato tlioy should do so" said doan phillip s. donnell questioned last night as the possibility of his acceptance manakcrship ihu grand kiver dam project vacancy offered him. mentioned as a likely candidate for the head post of grand river dam project is dean phillip donnell, above. the engineering denn was named yesterday by governor phillip as a logical choice for $15,000 year position which vaeuted week ago h. v. l. wright, and will be considered, probobly today, grand river dam authority power project's vacant manoger-.slup it announced r. p. collet, vice chairman. donnell sold last night that he had neither been ap-prooclied nor mode application position, but if approached ho would consider situation. tho deon profchrcd on iutureat in project said hint followed its progress since approval. graduates named to important w. p. a. posts free hot lunch program needs locals' aid two of state hnvo been appointed mm-itions in the wpa stotewlde for undernourished school children, it was announced by mrs. allelic ii. snel-son, stote supervisor production and service section. murlal tice nelson, oklahoma city, as gononil superintendent, nud miss esther dinwiddle, cltv. tho meal-, ester district ns m. igrads wore among si op- polntees. mr. nelson is also a graduate j dietitian university hospital, member , omicron nu, honorary home economics fraternity american diotctick association. she formerly chief . -oklahrmo methodist guthrie, houston, texas, ywca. i dlnwiddie majored nu-! trition at m., served ' dietetic interne ol hospital employed diet-litian nt m.. doland llell school, springs, n. c, ken-jtucky baptist louisville, valley view ada. 'she nlso belongs nu ond ainericon dietetics association, dorm parlor furniture comes friday for wlllard hall began to arrive morning. all of the except leather pieces will by friday, according d. e. stevens, associate architect. these include chairs which ore not upholstered, end tobies, special mirrored pieces, coffee and other occasional pieces. early amerl-cun be salem young maple. is honduras mahogany. living room features wilton rugs delicately designed in tuiquoisc dusty pink; i orlors, multicolored imported wool hooked rugs. hotel construction ond completely first next week. math department head to give paper, ohio d.r a. h. diamond of the m a t h e o 1 c s left thursday for columbus, ohio, where he plans attend convention national mathematical society. at columbus dr. will glvo lecture and read papor before goos now york spend rest christmas holidays returning stillwotor, january 3. alpha kappa psi has initiation set sunday formal for the plodgc of psi, professional commercial fraternity, will ho held at 4 p. m. in dean raymond thomas' office. immediately following tho be official bumiuot omi installation now mambers. a short talk given by j. lewie sanderson, assistant business manager college. mprality play is set for monday to be given in prairie playhouse j icth century morality play, "everyman," will on the stage of moflday nt 10 a.- m. sophomore humanities class and at 8 p. players' club. with 14 oklahoma stote students cast. wll produced by members mrs. david hilles' dramatic production staged joseph wetherby's stagecraft class. customs all characters arc being made hattibel reams, frances jones, marian mcrrcll, marguerite mcgivern, margaret walte, luclle gleason, nan hall, jean klugh, jessie harris. everyman (ralph corey), finding that he must die, talks tho other thirteen while waiting death ccme. cost are woodrow jock, monk; ralph corey, everyman; silas grlder, god; pat shannon, death;, cecil, mcqej, fellowship; betty baldwin, cousin; lois homill, kindred; don smith, goods; elvira wallln, good-deeds; bill webb, strength; tom kelly, discretion; boydston, f 1 v e-w s; helen summers, beauty; jack, confession. properties manager lou ellen llg-on, virgil hope, electrician boyd stcen. santa claus to be here today will arrive in stlll-woter this morning at 10 o'clock and kiddies from the town country turn out meet bearded gent as he arrives jefferson school lead parade which have formed there. paradors movo south on main street 10:30 o'clock, going tenth nvenue, thence eastward armory where treats ik- distributed children. feature floats tlie rural city schools, decorated bicycles toys all competing for cash prizes offered by tiie chamber of commerce. thursday night 1 1-2 tons candy fruit were sacked seventy volunteer workers who finished tho job 8:30 ond is readiness parade. stick-up clues elude police whereabouts of man in robbery is unknown here stillwater were stijl without lost night as to the wherebouts an unidentified bandld who walked into ccnoco service station nt sixth avenue and duncan street thursday night, at point n gun took approximately $35 a wrist watch from foy davis, owner was alone time hold-up. bandit struck davis over i right eye with gun, tied his bonds behind him heavy cord, forced wosh room not sorlously injured but received painful cut when sttuck by tho gun. officers friday certain that had accomplice, they opinion a. cor sighted on west isxth avenue, carrying two men traveling high rate speed, contained robber accomplice possible wos wailing for outside station. reports same car, bulck coupe, seen person highway 40 north city, led belief fled northward city following northern part stato have been notified be look-out car. deportment of safoty records show that there arc 30,000,000 automobiles and trucks using the highways united states, j catalog holiday dates followed says bennett no change in the college calendar regard to beginning of christmas vacation will bo affected by administration, office president henry g. announced yesterday. tho regular ns outlined be followed, it was said. officially start at 0 p. in. wednesday and end with classwork on wednesday, january 3. statement from president's dispells campus rumor that classes held thursday friday this week order compensate for extended thanksgiving holiday. h, w. boggess, president of the oklahoma cafety council, told a group newspaper men at stato safety seminar that accidents are not an act god as it would be blasphemous to charge him with our follies, ) ' officials announce library holiday hour schedule five to be closed entirely during yule vacation hours tlic holidays will changed somewhat at the main reserve, and agriculture branch libraries, home economics, commerce, engineering branches entirely. for thematnr reserve libraries be: wed., dec. 20. close 0 p. m. thurs., frl., 21, 22: 9-12 2-5. sat., sun., mon., 23, 24, 25, closed. tues., 20, 27, 28, 29, 9-12, 30, 9-12. 31, jan. 1: 2: agricultural follow same schedule, with a few deviations: on closing 5 instead of m., it day.
|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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