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search continues for missing youth son of senator jones disappears nearcity harry beeler missing since three saturday afternoon at lake blackwell bloodhounds called in from state pen to aid search; planes be out today by sanky trimble ocollegian night editor the sabbath sun rose on a grim-faced, sleep-hungry group over two hundred men this morning as rnont exhaustive man-hunt history payne county got under way again after lull anxious hours for jones, 12-year-old bay c. following youth's disappearance boy scout hike early rugged area around carl blackwell, ljine miles west stillwater. while father lost slept stillwater police station awaiting arrival lieul.-governor james 10. berry and pete weaver, leg-weary who had tramped eight grabbed bits sleep prepared set their dreary task igain dawn. young left six companions "exploring problem" !5 o'clock afternoon, not been contacted any 1 :50 a. m. today. airplanes port were scheduled (o take air with first beams ground workers continuance tho search. as the gnups broke orf work in woe hours of morning, three theories were being ndvnnc-ed to boy's disappearance. they (1) that he had possibly fallen into lake and drowned, (2) ho been injured rugged country around rrrreotlon center was unable respond calls numerous soorching imrties, hcrshel clark, 15 year rid son mr. mrs. c. m. two miles east one mile north stillwater, who started town early sotur-day morning make ills regular milk deliveries has net ' heard from sinco. when clark left hiw home driving his father's 1031 model-a find sedan. car black wttli ml wire wheels. (3) more grim theory a with either man n woman or women hod boon seen vicinity tho lad's disappearance curly afternoon. according story told group nowsmni by harold speer, oklahoma state student charge little bond bays sent six boys patrols out "problem" required their advancement work. only five returned. little, learned jones decided go on himself where, it wos not said. did return headquarters ond inst top dam lake. thinking would canty, distance about tlireo-quartors shortly, speer waited few minutes then began look fct him. ed smith, caretaker, nt recreation center, scoured rea t with'1)lnocitlhri and'tt reported sow wit'i ixrsons it. thorn appeared boy uniform. jonas, hnd driven carl blackwell see her son, for will first trip kind, having bean member scout organization short time, arrived wliilo after returned without other lad. she smith drove (continued page 4) toe daily o' collegian i volume xlv (z-503) complete ap) qoverage stillwater, oklahoma, sunday morning, decembi 17, 1030 number 85 " ibamen romp to first east coast win a capacity crowd ' sees garden cage fight new york, n. y., dec. i 16'. (ap) conch hank f jba'a oklahomn aggies marked an impressive victory over city college of york last riight by the score 36 to 24. game before madison square fans nvas first five-game series which have started in east. win was pleasant sequence t trip east two years ago when iba took another veteran team up big time. egglcston and renick were chief sparkplugs pulling ibamen ahead after tie at half. played overflow 18,000 people. symphonic choir to appear in christmas program at 3 today 4 college choral group in concert- auditorium under the direction of paul t. klingstcdt, members oklahoma state' symphonic choir will make their first campus appearance year annual christmas concert today at 3:00 auditorium. program, which includes carols from other countries and works bach, gaul, christiansen, be free to public. appear ftobes typical scting, sixty selected singers burgundy robes, recently purchased by organization. robe project has been financed contributions townspeople members. a offering taken up after applied on this fund. soloists for presentation james leo, violinist, jack lyall, tendr. lee, music major broken bow, play "cavatina" p.a'ff, be accompanied by vivian doty, pianist. he is president of the symphonic choir and orchestra plays with hal frice varsltonians, lyall, voice major from tonkawa, will sing "the angel's song", stickles an instrumental trio compos-, ed james lee, violinist, -robert house, 'cellist, vvum was formerly group, now assistant director. organized in 1038 fall as a cappella choir, has made many campus appearances, several national radio broadcasts. plans arc being for concerts towns oklahoma neighboring states. singers selected after careful tryo'uts, but membership not restricted to music students. majority are freshmen sophomores. director klingstcdt striving blend that acquired only through constant singing together. group sense all chorus numbers concert today sung without accompaniment. gvvyn-c(h olingcr, pianist, part practices during semester. outstanding among presented "my god, how wonderful thou art", christiansen. pieces religious nature, carrying christmas spirit throughout entire program. special request number "o holy lord" dett. professor klingstcdt, head vocal department originally group. amt directs choir christmas program for christians ...h5d.er -v10 -dncction or cnrl amt, professor organ nnd head of the music theory department on state campus, thirty-piece first christian church will present n during evening service sunday beginning at 7:30 p. m. program, which illustrate story in song,1 is divided into three sections to represent spirit christmas, journeys christ child, and displayed by the' people after they arrived nt stable where new born babe lay. opens with 'orcan opening play an number, "christmas pastorale" harkcr. following number sing "three ships" taylor "i hear along our' streets," old frcncli carol of' hearth. these two numbers 'choir miss lycva plunkett "o holy night" adam. , four ! this solo followed sung choir, "a gtory fair" lapland with) gdmllle house adam sallee i singing parts; "as lately we watched," austrian tune, mrs, viola cleverdon taking soln part; "oh nightingale awake," swiss folk song. a "jesu bambino" plctro you. camllle sine house's "in lowly", corslcan song mr. "thou child divine," french song, oscar fanning so!6 parts. arc "the star hope" speaks mrs. grace vlckcrs. ' then echo carol." close "christmas" dickinson. lyeva plunkett, house, majors enrolled school arts science. -"m loon department of library entertains with tea friday ' the loan entertained all professional and student assistants from 3:30 to t 4:80 p. m. friday, december 16,' 1030 in basement main building. registration was charge 37 c. lytton. al terrell, hugh col-lum curtis phillips. miss eunice spencer, assistant librarian, presided fit table, local oyl to finish plans for assembly meeting set 2:30 p. m. today officials and delegates will meet with the state council of oklahoma youth legislature, sunday, december 17, 1030 session legislature at city. all aggies high school arc urged attend further information. temporary committees be appointed. meetings last two years have been filled delegates' efforts eliminate subversive elements which threatening democracy america. this year's time freer discuss vote on bills that concern the- tell citizens real purpose legislature. by participation in year students college schools learn workings law-making gain experience passing legislation. stop infiltration realize process anti-democratic into country must stopped; are determined deal it democratic way. ey having an incorporated organization can a more closely knit carry business 'business like manner. already : members delegation preparing bring before house senate. among general subjects taken up tuition problem colleges, prohibition, restoration voting primary, hitch-hiking, stale police, housing, resolution congress supporting dies committee. is riot part !of national or world congress, helf principals leaders colleges hoped largo dologatldn present. any eligible send delegate every 25 memebrs city-wide, county, organizations entitled senators. bicameral organization. program as follows: thursday, 8:00 a. m., 28, opening registration. gencial assemblies, caucuses, committee held during first day. legislation resolutions enacted various commit-(contlnued page 3) 7939 is 25th ! year here for four "staters" blizzard, talbot, hunt, boh have served 25 years perso'ns were recognized thursday night among others by dr. henry g. bennett upon their twenty-fifth of service to oklahoma state at a founders' day banquet in he college 'cafeteria. although acclaimed having completed larger number years, these stood out dn silver anniversary. they are: nora a. dean the school home economics; dewitt head industrial arts; w. l. agriculture; and makovsky, music. graduate 1010, was asked become professor arts department president j. cantwell 1015. 1023 she became economics. , came early when miss talbot teach, found 148 students her department' five faculty members. n dhat'ter member bustrtess professional women's club, 'chi, omega phi kappa phi, achafoa. through able guidance, homo economics has expanded include every feature dcvelbped other schools which extension work, short courses, summer work courses men. advises hard success, real those that want done will hunt you. resident stillwater, from tort worth where high-school instructor except position as assistant instrucor wa3 then old book store, seen it grow 20 three departments its heights 700 nine last semester. who now his teachers $115,-000 building 15 tennis coach had great success with netmcn. no longer advisor chairman. besides being splendid shop sportsman one state's leading citizens. present time chair-(contlnued on page 3) vesper service tonight at t(ie methodist church a christmas by candlelight is in store for tosc who plan to attend the wesley foundation services this evening 0 o'clock will precede sanctuary of church, persons may go or leave during timo organ playing, but it requested that no word be spoken sanctuary. following plan, believed more worshipful attitude attained later services. according hlldegarde dun-ddn, epworth league program dhalrman, an unusually good musical has been ar-1 ranged service. b. i. critchficld scheduled sing, and mary alice duncan play flute solo. state string trio grace wlnterrlnger, creech reynolds, bob house will' alsb furnish special music. francis jones tell story, ted nlrd ls charge devotionals, make a new year's resolution t o change liquid brand, but it won't help any; too darn m any twins on the ag campus the last time this o'collcgian reporter looked up, blinked, and saw two of same person coming toward her, she decided to i swear off hangovers forever. then, suddenly remembering that had never one, cast about wildly for some more plausible explanation what seemed be an noptical illusion. it wasn't first such occurence taken place, j was getting monotonous being startled out or early-morning day-dream. in a lucid moment three hours later conduct private investigation puzzling situation. after deep thought much pondering camo dawn. they must twins!! 'go thru directory determined io run thing down, ploughed through student looking names might connected, asjeed both her friends if knew any twins. oncluslon drawn from this, experience is all twins should, register as when come school, . well, there much' variety nmorig -21 'pairs df, oklahoma state ncn-twins tall, short, light, dark, young, younger, and so on quote ad infinitum unquote, like each other ranging from very active participants l.i school life to non-active participants, most of the twins have one thing in common at least. (bcsldos being twins.) they be together do things together? there is, however, pair rugged individualists among lot. max rex witzel neither look alike nor act alike. fact, according max, hardly even know other. live same dorm dormitory but don't room together, dress alike, go places or much about other's activities. these freshman engineers blue eyes "dark" hair. after that likeness ends. is 5 feet 7 inches tall a few pounds lighter than foot 0 inch rex. will celebrate their 18th birthday christmas day, if nobody changes date btitweenl now then. taking aeronautics dlready "member df 'the ren-i glnecrlng society. he has no par-' ticular hobbles, unless his interest in aeronautics bo called one. he likes to go places. from oklaclty these boys arc rrom oklahoma city. inez and irene chapman are not identical twins, but they look enough alike so that very few people sure who is who. twenty-one year old seniors, they're majoring dietetics plan intern at some hospital after graduation. have light brown hair blue eyes. both, keenly interested sports of all kinds, play baseball, softball, basketball. tuskahoma contributions the twin population room together 'north murral hall. alma alice 'cox, dewey, freshman arts science students. identical, either, trouble distinguishing between them. besides dressing alike, everyplace together, even on dates. eyes petite misses, 5 feet 2 ms inches tall, liglit hair. like state a lot 'happy here. 1 when thls-reporter heard about mike and ike wegener she thought, (would you like to know what thought?) "ah, at lost. ond ike.' but as usual fate had a surprise in store. for lo behold, are kenneth willis. identical twins who dress exactly alike go places together, those sludonts from minco personify the popular conception of twins. commerce sophomores ike, 19-year old commerce, have brown hair blue eyes 5 feet 8 inches tall. they particularly interested sports, especially basketball, wide circle friends. nolma wilma montgomery, morlolta, arc another pair don't always placei together or date together. 1 blue-eyed brunettes, these '5 foot 4'i indies tall commorce freshmen aro 10 years old. having grand time "sure do it here liovlng n time." tliclma phblma hamilton sounded interesting. both (continued on page 2) "more responsibility on youth" is urged by adam. s. bennion industrial relations conference closes cn state campus dr aram s. bennion, utah powir and light company executive from salt lake city, told more than 125 southwestern business executives lit the third annual in its last 'days of session ycst fday that "we should put fitfjri responsibility on youi'i j people." he said, "recognize- young man. ' to do this recommended g vlng him n responsibility. speaking people as employees lie "you must discover them, train place themjand then recognize them." f further discussing subject college graduates firpspccmvc employes ftcnnl-on wild was skeptical ct' a straight "a" average, sukl if student came tu lilm locking for jol present cdja stralgt wanted know about lilti. "wo arc looking leaders industry," explained. students received by keeping his nose booki all timo, isn't exactly type fellow will generally make leader, contended bennion. "give me with "b" average president body,, we'll take chance him," said. body or captain, football team go after emphasized. bennion also said "d" students. bad either way defending "it's almost crime succeed these days. you don't you're dumb. someone raises question. "we've built class hatred (his country is u rcgrctablc thing," need have american what going business!" come close yesterday at noon. oklahoma, kansas, texas, missouri, arkansas other nearby states were meeting. besides dr. featured speakers two day program wjjrc myron ii. clark, (continued jrom pago 2) demolay meeting monday suggestion of dr. bennett at the president henry g. dennett, n organization for college youth will hold its initial monday, december 18. 310 life sciences, under direct supervision lewis 11. moo, professor bacteria physiology and veterinary science. paul weston, state senior councilor, george b. tims, past are in oklahoma aid organization. an estimated 300 members here. university holds a day each year which all demolays over gather event. this met ou that football team played there. demoloy, international boys 15 to 21, lias chief objective character building these youth. tragedy stalks with searchers by joe mayfirld stark stalked at the throats of stillwater citizens this morning, when 4 p.m. grim searchers, numbering upwards to 300, returned without word harry beeler jones, twelve year old son senator and mrs. r. c. who is lost somewhere in immediate vicinity lake carl blackwell, located -west or city. trouplng back silently, weary fatigue, after hours fruitlessly combing tho surrounding terrain huge group five six men gathered around flickering light a hastily constructed camp conversed low monotones. several delco power lights had been brought out from town as their giant beams split dark heavens, convened groups, tested flashlights prepared extend searcli into an even wider circle lake. eerie campfitc reflected haggard faces .searchers hoy scout, just readied necessary limit join national organization only lust week. anxious parents wore sloop-lessly awaiting some news jones' home while on porch, serving terrible reminder, was harry's bicycle parked lie hod left it friday afternoon go cam)). early morning plans ominously included setting- up grappling equipment scour shoreline for missing youth. death watch about wont duty a. m, despondent departed homos fow sleep before continuing hunt 0 m. hushed voices possibility kidnap wus passed group. strange cor reported hove driven away scone time youth's dissoppcoronce, p. saturday afternoon. follow boy scouts were with harry beeler at the time of his strange dig-appearance and they reported seeing an "old car" parked on north side dam site toward which wos wolklng whon walking lout seen. situated in camp south dam, given a "problem" to explore terrain between tho about three-quarters milo, report back harold speer, assistant scout master. only five boys leader, questioned youths declared that departed 'from two patrols, made three each, started across wvon-eighths mile long. several reportedly cautioned but youth op-parontly did not hear. other wrote -out tholr reports,; according them took' about five minutes, and wlien thoy wore through the youth hud disappeared. youths stated they spent fifteen minutes calling for harry beeler but he did not answer. when tho patrols returned to camp, officials immediately became alarmed biggest man hunt in annals of stillwater got underway. this morning as grey dawn breaks bast, olrplunos will be flying low ovor lake territory. a confirmed report indicated that bloodhounds being brought from state penal institutions aid child hunt. searchers scanned shoreline around dam site suspecting horry might have fallen into shallow water bo-neath dam. sounding crows, who made tests at 2 a. m., reported shore was fivo feet depth nt its' deepest point, hi ii arnold reviews french-canadian "marie chapdclaint" by.hemon, subject at ywca review "thc-author gives a picture of hew the peasants french canada live on border-line poverty and plenty," said dr. a. in reviewing cliapdelalne", by lois hcmon. 4 p. m. hook friday. character portrayals, vividly drawn scenes, humor, tiulutly dramatic style are outstanding features or book. marie chapdeloine peasant family which she is member characters novel. mario's lovers, francois pnrodis, lorenzo sur-prcnant, entrope gagnon three distinct types. unusual but interesting horse chapdelaincs. one most powcrlully portrayed book hired hand, f.dwigo lagae. also outstanding, arnold, well-drawn porisli priest. constant reprints hove ocen made this increasingly popular book, contains simple plot spreading over ti year's time. chapdelainc lias been into that movie will bo shown here sometime january.
|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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