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r : i the daiiy ocoliegian ' volume xlv (5s-3d3) complete (ap) coverage stillwater, oklahoma, tuesday morning, december1d, 103q lhubeitlu barnstorming aggies make it two straight wins, 33 to 16 - . ,., la salle college is second cage team to fall victim hankmen the court cowboya of oklahoma state made it two straight on their current eastern tour big-time basketball circuit, when they defeated a strong five by score 33 1g, in tilt played gigantic municipal field house philadelphia, pennslyvania. after first few minutes play, outcome ball game waa never doubt, with ladb combining good offensive work superlative defense, that throttled every threat. without benefit single day's rest tho barnstorming ags will journey baltimore, maryland, for (con tin tied o?i pope .7) judgers are honored at dinner last night agricultural groups feted in meats laboratory judging teams the school of agriculture were honored guests , last night at a dinner tho laboratory. thirty-three members seven present, addition to heads departments agriculture, team coaches, and wives department coaches? dean w. l. blizzard introducing coaches teams, pointed out that intercollegiate contests originated only about 25 years ago, first was instituted nt ontario college canada. four men from pioneer team, two have been connected witli oklahoma state college; john a. craig w.l. car-111c. latter preceded as head animal ( husbandry here, later manager canadian ranch duke windsor, time prince wales. oklahomn state's livestock organized 1012. since 1919, out, this has represented every year international exposition chicago. poultry competed midwest contest chicago each year, except 1923, 1921, which second such crops participated 1923. are; crops, hi statcnj livestock, b, quite; dairy, p. c. mcgilllard; horticulture, g. f. gray; men's nnd women's mcnts j. bcall. their responses by these students: estel brazil; orville decwall; poultry, raymond butler; arley hudson; clifton taylor; wesley greer; tcim, roberto hammond. students emphasized values they had found visits farms, packing houses, other production processing plants. penalties for class cutting abrogated ... classes before nnd after clrrlstmas holidays will not be in effect this year. general regulations arc that freshmen sophomores required to attend juniors and seniors placed on their own responsibility regarding attendance. the dean of agriculture gives no official ruling, but recommends anyone planning miss confer with individual professors about matter. school engineering asks students who leave begin bring notices dean's office if they have jobs. there arts sciences, homo economics 6r education. commerce lenves all decisions teachers. fund for 9,000 student fliers made by shell establishment of n $15,000 scholarship and award fund, uhich mure than students in 400 american colleges will be eligible to compete, was announced todny major lester d. gardner, executive secretary the institute aeronautical sciences. established oil company provide intercollegiate aviation scholarships pilots awards flight schools participatr ing civil aeronautics authority's pilot training program, administered institute. outstanding plans administration call selection tho nation's three means an audit their grades nntlonwldo competition next june. seven regional elimination contests are held after which winnors compete tthe scolarshlp at washington, c. winner natlonnal wil receive a $1,000 used advancement his education along lines. placing second nnd thiru $750 $500 scholarships, respectively. ---oh-ba9-ef-kccod' i . on basis student's record government ground courses ability execute specified maneuvers with maximum precision safety. stunt flying have no place select winners. provision is expenses finalists semi-finalists. university or college judged best as participant a. program aviation. trophy. similar school achieving united states. instructors determined board composed dr. guy suavely, director 'the association colleges; col. edgar s; gorrell, president air transport association; john h. jouett, chamber commerce; charles f. horner, national aeronautic douglas o. langstaff, state officials; gardner. cash who train qualify finals engraved wrist watches given competition, pilots. eacli 49 contestants parchment certificate, industries meet to hold in tulsa january 23 the associated of oklahoma will a convention tulsa, 23. meeting convene at 10 a. m. mayo hotel, when industrial leaders local and national note 'will address those attendance. among leading speakres be gov. leon c. phillips, who has become n figure since his election office. mr. frank lovejoy, sales executive secony-vocuum oil company, new york city, is nationally known as speaker. a-progmm-has-'bcen-deslgncd hid oklnhomans deal properly profitably with present-day problems, officers arc counting on entertaining nt least 800 business men during one-day meeting. there buffet luncheon noon, nnd members nttendance hoar an by e. w. smartt, chairman state board affairs. high point meeting, open forum discussion planned tne general session which begin 2 p. m., after luncheon. honorable pat murphy, commissioner labor, t. h. armstrong, chief benefits tlu? unemployment compensation division department speak problems vital interest. bastion released from stillwater hospital a. e. bastion, foreman of the nnimnl husbandry farm who lias been in for n month with coronary thrombosis, was sunday and removed to ills home where he is still confined bed. whoso condition critical a while, has shown marked improvement last fewj days. clubb and kuhn to attend language meet in south two locals go new orleans soon dr. m. d. clubb, head of the english department, sher-' man l. kolin, professor english, will annual meeting tho modem association america bo held orleans, dec. 28-30. also group attending be mrs. curt zim-nnsky, holiday guest clubbs fro mthe department university iowa. present a paper rend before old section on "use e ae mercian portions rushworth glosses." was elected secretary last year york attended by ' matthew rosa. booking agency started on campus by transfer student, james halsey announcement of the establishment aggie was announced oklahomn stato today p. hnlscy, student from university 1111 nois. "we'll book anything for ony- body. if you want a hog-calling act, we'll provide it", said in connection with tho new en-, tcrprisc. halsey, whose home is tex-nrkana, arkansas, plans to bring '.'big name" dance band stillwater early next year. ho will be assisted mrs. halsey. can contacted by, calling 1180 or seeing i at 821 west fourth street. eleven engineers -to city monday oklahoma state civil attended the meeting of american society in ywca night. principal speaker at was v. h. cochran, tulsa consulting engineer, who gave an illustrated talk concerning construction grand river dam project. those attending from were: ren g. saxton, head engineering department; c. e. bprdsley professor engineering; george asplund; joe perry; wayne qulnlan; l. morris; bob pltchford; bill blan-ton; morrison hynd; weston mccoy; and kenneth mccormlck. member of class '96 dies in fort stockton arthur wesley adams victim death on sunday texas adams, a the first graduating at oklahoma state, died sunday, dec. 17, his home ltockton, texas. tho c7-year-old banker nnd oil man was '90 to be taken by death. w. born a.tigust a, 1872 augusta, butler county, kansas. family pioneer oklahomn family. 1902 he married olive glazier, who survives him. there are three children, rodney glnfc-ler bclllngham, wash.; wesley, jr., associated with father stockton, susan adalaide roberts, also living stockton. all attended state. arc and have one child each. ilurlal tcrc burial will dates announced after, nrrlval.of from bclllngham. two brothers, walter homer both stillwater. aggie graduate connected witli notional bank stillwater, helped organize vice-president later hugo national bank. organizers directors commerce, worth, texas, n continental hero period, engaged real estate business brother, homer, ardmore for fifteen years 1900 1921. ho ranger, licldmandwlati!rjinlubbockandi sweetwnter, tcxns fields. moved 1929 had been successful operator nearby pecos valley field several years. fprty-f ive aggies to attend oyl meeting political pot boils on campus as time draws nears inlerest in the oklahoma youth legislature, inc., tegan to boil n big way state college yesterday 45 aggies announced that they were making plans and preparations attend "the model legislature by hold the' cnpitol city during vacation from december 28 30. many outstanding students of who have become interested discussion various bills will be presented at meeting liave consented attend, pertaining matters already been drnwn up ty some them. those studchts made nrc: bill webb, john hnrrison, joe sales, harry synar, murl rogers, pat allen, jack minor, lloyd hawkins, trunin miklcs, bob porto, roger howell, fcrrill art snced, clarence lcstor, iora ruth whipple, marion hill, albert johnson, don stoops. roberts. glen dill, joy adams, alleno mittendorf, leigh mccaslin, kay burnett, clifford morton, eddie nnelf, lelond hawelcy, eldon rose, dewey bell, roy stafford, jean rjbins, kenneth shilling, paul baxter, speedy tucker, travis thrall, nnd taylor scott. this group meet for three days stato capltol discuss debate brought before house senate. informed procedures representatives senators. organization advised american legion groti pnnd other threvgh-,out4h.e,8tiue are education youth". rotc students to hear military band today cadets in the oklahomn state will take time off from their classwork at 4 p.m. tuesday annual concert by under baton of max mitchell. program be given college auditorium". as follows: star spangled banner. malaga spanish suite cur-zon. i ladies ii serenade eulalle iii cachuchn napoli cornet solo bellstedt. sergeant c. j, davis, cornetlst. deep pudple derose. on great lone hills vocal ensemble flnlandia sibelius christmas fantasy lillya hall fame march olivadott. electric lights counteract tho effect of (lamp salt air on pianos. pianos nt the seashore have jburnlng around them for this reason. a continuation of this seeing-double situation on the campus sunday's o'colleglan show.'d how dangerous it is to get into tho condition where one sees double. it's because, sometime when isn't that way, may see two of same person coming toward him and be frightened ulmost out sleeping through the next three classes. don't unduly alarmed. you're probably just seeing 21 pairs twins which are on oklahoma state campus. many described having max rex witzcl, inez nnd irene chapman, alma alice cox, mike ike wegener, nelma wilma montgomery, thelma phelmn hamilton, martha mary rcichard, ernest ernestine hooser, here nre a few more these interesting combinations. tom bennett ore well-known ' campus for reasons. among fact their father, henry g. bennett, president college. nineteen-year old juniors, majoring in history. both have brown hair, but mary's eyes arc and tom's ore blue. a tiny miss mary is little 5 feet tall, while tom good 10. they resemble each other quite n bit in looks enjoy other's company. mary, an accomplished harpist, member of pi beta phi, the ywca, american student forum. interested military activities hunting. he kappa sigma fraternity, pershing rifles, arts sciences council. birch bernice brooks hail from elk city. juniors, reached ripe old age 20. will be secretary j plans to interior decorator. not much alike are 0 inches tall very alike. blrrli has hair nnd blue eyes. first year were school here these twins dressed went places with other, now don't even room together. birch likes to dance and is especially fond of swimming. ecrnico's main hobby at present collecting different types costume jewelry. she also road, paint, drnw. besi'dos being n member tho home ec club, oh the social committee willard hall, ex-hange editor for agriculturist homemaker. ri plil has some mary margaret bonar, well-known pi phi twins, ore 19-ycar-old juniors. they look alike sometimes dress alike, but don't make a point going places margaret, major in music, mcmler sigma alpha iota, wemen's national music sorority. interested swimming as hobby. majoring bacteriology on student government committee. these brown-haired, blue-eyed girls are 5 feet 3 inches tall. use names we heard about few fusses couldn't get them straightened out. however, when- went a good source, floyd merl, to he exact, wo learned that loyd earl is his brother. it seems both boys use names nnd it's vorj confusing. botli nre seniors, but teaching school this year instead of graduating. floyd, seems, carrying on tho family affairs here at state. ho vory much interested in reviving the apparently-forgotten twin club last year. and ills brother are from pawnee, always go places together when possible. despite fact they identical twins never have dressed alike. merl 5 feet 4 inches toll, three-fourths an inch taller. brown hair blue eyes theirs also. tonkawa sends tonkown comes robert rolland frankllng 24-year old seniors petroleum engineering. twins, do not dross alike part time. 1014 tall, possessors (continued page 2) . december 31 deadline for drivers' licenses set is the last day that remains of driving will he issued without an examination warned jag agent ben p. choate. beginning january 1, 1940, every person who obtains a 1940 license do so only after or she has passed state department public safety's examination. one man enough 'this year, first time, member n family firm may take group 1939 lici'iibc to tag agent's office renewals paying 50 cents each license. driver must nluco his her signature on renewal envelope before it becomes valid, however, persons make application time mint either tnke purchase and use them immediately renewal. be prusuntcd if applicant escape even 1. safety holding approximately 20,000 at offices in oklahoma city returned because in-tulficlont address. made appllcalln never received their permits should get touch with de-i artmcnt giving full mure-, add reus age. permission granted for use of wpa workers in eight state districts ui. henry g. bennett, chairman soil conservation committee, was notified by oflce monday that prosiden-tal approval had been to the 35 oklahoma. a total $300,033.70 federal funds allocated be used putting work 1001 drouth relief on payrolls. dr. nennett said monday, these would he-gin immediately. "we are making fine start," he said. officials announce library holiday hour schedule five to be closed entirely during yule vacation hours the holidays will changed somewhat at main reserve, and agriculture branch libraries, home economics, commerce, engineering branches . entirely. for main, reserve libraries be: wed., dec. 21). colse 0 p.m. tliurs., fri., 21, 22: 0-12 2-.r. sat., sun., mon., dec, 23, 24, 25, closed. tues., thurs., 20, 27, 28, 29, 9-12, 2-c. 30, 9-12. 31, jan. 1: closed, tuesday, jan., 2: 0-12, 25. tho agricultural follow same with a few deviations: on dee. 20 closing bo s instead of p. m., it all day. dr. kuhn is asked to teach in university of chicago summer sherman l. kuhn, professor the english department, 'recently received an invitation graduate school next summer. this will make third lias taught there. ho two courses, historical grammar and beowulf. household science classes 330 and 483 will meet as usual next week, on december 18 19 for 10 20 483, twenty-two hour search for boy lost near carl blackwell lake is successful sunday afternoon son of senator and mrs. ray. c. jones found by one many searching parties sanky thimbu? harry heeler .tone, 12-year-old may stillwater, was thinking about returning to school today blessing his lucky stars that he not forced spend more than the hours in rugged oklahoma country ho did after being from a scout hike at saturday afternoon. object county's most extensive man-hunt involving upwards 1,000 persons, young strayed five companions 3 o'clock unheard until 1 when party composed dr. a. e. buikstra, major tex kalian john h'.uck him two mile! north almost three vest ot the dam at lake. 1 he told searchers had been trying to circle lake reach boy scout camp again. bloodhounds near when was found, a pair of under direction officials from state pcnilontia-, ry mcalister were only mile away. planes, boats, cars, horses, and on foot wore pressed into service during twenty-four hour search. forty gallons coffee consumed saturday night early sunday morning. another huge quantity scalding liquid kept going throughout next day. many hours kills, assistant dean rchool agriculture oklahoma college (the recreational land is located land), fire department officials, city newspaper reiwrters other liad their clothes off for first time in almost thirty-six afternoon aftor youth fund, exhausted but still good spirits. one searching parties that dlspatehed systematically by kills his disappearance mill following day, group found young jones gave two oatmeal cookies major rattan carried pockot him water drink. although nnilo 4yf inun nil 41. 41... vtlt miv (tmi; 41 l till iijiium, ii ii" young scout had not moisture since the doy before, explaining that he was afraid of lagoon wator. 1'athetlc seme a pauietic scene enacted at hoadquarters near dnm when boy returned to his mother. throughout day she stuck with searching parties, trying salvage thread hopo her still safe. siren, signal prearranged found, called n soar-cheers tho countryside searchers covered an area over sixty square miles and ex tending into three counties. told story how swam portions lake ne couldn't wade on attempt circle body wator walk, lator disclwed, ot approximately 35 shoreline. ho slept night some leaves. rejorted once seen flashlight but it didn't come close enough. "i wasn't scared much", tcul newsmen shortly after discov-ory been camp. kept in bed nt family home stillwater avoid possible cold developments. search drew 100 cam searcticrs curloslty-seokers one time sunday morning. . morality play given by speech students monday in the sophomore humanities course were t:iken b.nk to tin- 10th ctntury at 10 when "everyman," considered most beautiful and popular of english plays, was prairie plnyhoii:. piny with a cast oklahoma stato students, impressive, bettor than would have been pssihle tho time hip work written. eloso attention audience playhouse evidence enough excellence performance. "everyman" produced bv dramatic production class mrs. olive hilles sugod stagecraft joseph welheiby. cnstomes wi'ie made nine a. m. stuflents. sum friends concerned efforts everyman (ralph corey) find true friend accompany him aftor ho had called dfhth (pat shannon) hod jolly fellow so sure that fellowwhip (cecil mcguo) nccompany him. fellowship learned death's connection affair he dfsortpd everyman. cousin (betty baldwin), kindred (lois llamlll), goods (lon smith), strength (bill webb), discretion (tom kelly). five-wits (don boydaton), beauty (helen summers) then dewtpd everymnn. finally, nftfr confessing, kvery-muu found comiwmion good-deeds, (elvira wnllin). as went his donth it undithtimjod good-deeds only thing man may take is ume for loave this enrth. takes good dei'ds along: "everymnn" humanity study 6f middle ak. n moat effective bit religious propaganda its day. stage mnnagor virgil hopo electrician, boyd stoon. woodrow jack took part monk confession. ploy ii p. members players' club. dutch bishop open for business again bishop's drive-ln cafe, 1324 main, which was damaged b yfiro recently, reopened to the public, sunday, docembor 17. tho building has been gone over inside and out, all damages repaired with new materials. kitchen, destroyed, beep replaced brand equipment installed, i'l epsilon alpha pi will have a christmas patty at mrs. melton's 215 west street, c:30 p.m. tuesday. 10c gift exchange.
|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|