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, f v. ...... . - 77ie sfa7, walter sacc, ftrtor j campus exodus begins early this morning vacation scheduled to begin at six afternoon the occupants of oklahoma state are on march, hitting trail that leads home via bus, train, car, thumb, and ohanks mare. t h o s fortunate students whose schedules were so arranged they could obtain an lcavo absence have already departed, but mass evacuation is expected as classes close tomorrow every highway leading out college city. practically dormitory, fraternity, sorority house will call it quits for lock their portals. early departure may be the order of day following announcement that penalties for class cutting will not in effect this year. freshmen and sophomores required to attend classes juniors seniors placed on own responsibility regarding attendance. any one planning miss school cf agriculture should confer with individual professors. engineering students who leave before holidays are advised bring official notices .dean's office if they have job. "there no arts sciences, home economics or education, commerce leaves all decisions teachers. the daily qcollegian volume xlv (2-593) 'complete (ap) coverage stillwater, oklahoma, wednesday morning, december 20, 1039 number 112 - r. nahl's retailing class visit bunn general store as an added attraction to their studies, dr. p. c. made a field trip glen-coc. the object of this was jake dunn's merchandise store. sunn boast fact that he has little everything m his store, and statement verified wholeheartedly by members class. contained so much only small aisle left which people may pass from part another. gloves, socks, pots, pans, tubs were hung celling. (continued on pago 3) "" ii i iii old gym is to be remodeled for dances first 'o' club hop success; plans laid more i)i'. nelnoii s. walko, head nf the physical education de-partmi-nt, and "o" members tiro so ploaxcd with lite suiccww of dance saturday nitfht, december 10, that they plan not only continue each nitfhl, but also remodel interior nymnah-itim, where arc tfivun. lights will he vastly improved from now on. those holes in floor, which hove trapped ninny nn unwary foot past, removed replaced by on exomplnry floor no hole. long rows drab benches upstairs balcony sm banished booths corner equipment table tennis other khiuts. windows are due a little attention, too. four loud speakers scheduled installation should make distinct improvement acoustics plr.ee. have been made repair xwimming pool nnd women's dressing rooms, which, opinion women students, sadly need some quite :i while shower ro .m jtnitlrularly hi repair. blue devils routed 51 to 41 by cowboys s : - record stands three up, two more to go on aggie east tour continuing nil-victorious their current swing along tho eastern big-time basketball nrcuit, the court cowboys of oklahoma state made thier re :ord read at straight wins, in as many starts, last night, when they downed duke blue devils, nt baltimore, maryland, by a count ffl 41. ' j immediate particulars tilt word not bo had o'collegian went prcssijpther than final result, but from score both clubs must have offensive guns trained high. -1 such an ballgame is almost unheard iba-coached aggies for light defensive type play with cbntrol ball leading point theory. (conlritird payc 3) radio hook-up may be acquired by city police cornish approves 150-kilowatt station stillwater soon have n broadcasting system as a result of unanimous vote the commissioners monday night approving their portion city-county cooperative plan whereby 15-kllowatt can purchased with assistance public works administration. one-half 55 per cent that must paid up sponsors will furnished county, which lias already allocated money in its budget, and action commissioners, steps tuken immediately to secure 45 grant from government agency. application for governmental aid is being prepared forwarded wpa headquarters, mayor o. c. whipple said tuesday. proposed station, would installed municipal building, operate on regular band 2450 kilocycles cost about $1000 county pay cent, asked cent. ernest young is flier from randolph field former aggie takes preliminary air work tuesday c. young, who graduated oklahoma state last spring, among the more than 200 flying cadets at govern-, ment's "west point of air" field, texas, were scheduled to complete primary phase aeronautical instruction tuesday. was an engineering student, son v. m. ycung, instructor in mechani cal engineering department at oklahoma state and director of ground school work for the forty aggie students who were selected training here under civil aeronautics authority program. following his graduation from state, young entered nine months army course tulsa in july. he was, stationed there three months, successfully completing elementary phase government went to randolph field where was placed controls a 400 horse-power basic plane study such, advanced phases as night flying; blind flying other departments work. when primary is completed, will be transferred n more kelly field, also located near san antonio,- texas. after fly-(contiiitied on payc 3) now it's "it ain't the proper thing to do but best way out advice from one who knows this situation by zane palmer the olo sayin "it ain't what you do but way that it," is fast losing foothold and taking over second fiddle role to, proper thing to do, tut it a darn good do," because: gotta girl? most fellows have girl. must love her for herself, instead of christmas present would like get from her. she , will love you for the present gotta give her, if gold (pres- ' cnt) digger (she) hasn't already started. so-o-o. blank comes (check). either got to ditch her or get dame a present. rub comes. in searching present, must examine following, (u) your pocketbook, (b) old man's pocket, (c)' department store, (d) ten cent stores (you cheapskate,) (e) junk yard (you're broke), and as take off sox (a dime pair given by girl last year) soak blistered dogs (feet), conclude that at first store found nothing; less t second, third were broke anyway, so it didn't j make no difference what saw. being broke, thereby resort putting "touche' (french bite) on mother, have any sense justice, brenfc up with moll. the latter would be smartest, since mother spent her last cent j for ingredients fruit cake. , regardless, possibility remains that you aren't going to buy a christmas present your girl. in breaking up with one and only (we human vultures always give 'em cuto?) there 4are many angles considered, sometime curves too. now, can tell are low in grades and that by ul means your tlmo should be do-votcd entirely to studying, but she wouldn't believe it; therefore, you went no place fast. being consistent is a key anybody's success, so with mind, send her picture of yourself (small,. invaluable, old all 'inexpensive). sure receives it prior clristmas. give love. tliis the first step. just human nature for people better on defense than offense. likewise weaker sex (if docs not weigh ton) back 'eight ball' instead us vultures, as second tep, tell this thusly: "darling, i have given my picture, havo never one largo or cxpcaslve any other girl. doesn't mean anything you? (use heavy accent question, makes them feel bad.) i've toldwhat mean to me, but, alas, .what have i received in return. don't think you love mo and are such a swell sport that wouldn't hurt my feelings for the world. i'm serious, honey. now realize brooder field than so far as can't you, shouldn't be stingy with even though upliftcr of life's darkest moments distress (come on cowpokc, wipe smile off blow your pose kinda snlf-i fish like. it makes them believe it). if does rip heart shreads, go way i'll mine. adlos, senorita (that is spanish boys eating adding machines). save dough didn't have. gotta gal howtver, some fortunate fellows girl. girl, cither (a) lucky, (b) smart, (c) uglier'n horse false teeth, (d) unpopular or me. case like this, wo will take only better good burghers town those who no definite but mustered up courage, relish n date home flame after christmas. this instance known "coup' d'etat" which means couples arc too tight three couples. need say more7 merry only twelve days remain to renew drivers licenses twclvo in which stillwater may obtain without submitting an examination, both written and a demonstration of driving ability. tag agent ben chonto announced recently that december 31 is absolutely the inst day renewals will be issued examinations. since have been 4,300 sold more than half total number 8,100 nvallablc drivers, choato said yesterday. . thle year for first time, every member family or firm not stand line get his her own license renewed. any cr take n group 1939 agents office them renewed, providing he pays customary 50 cents signature individual whom on renewal envelope. state engineer magazine out tuesday morn the second issue of oklahoma came off press and is being wrapped for mailing by circulation department. tins features an article on new york inspection trip assistant dean whiteside, also tome interesting cuts some things seen by, students making this fall. albeit nelson has in istmc that gives facts about "america's snow cruiser" which admiral byrd taking to south pole. roy fry concerning salt water oil wells. cover attractively decorated a cut engineering building, done red ink. last present staff will put out, as changed nt mid-year. there be number vacancies open time anyone interested working (continued page 3) virginia sale to end allied arts sale, sister of the late chic "specialist" will give a program in college auditorium january 15 that conclude this semester's series. mir gives one-woman show featuring her own original american characterizations. complete lineup for next art scries be announced near first year, terry martin, chairman committee, said. final plans laid for youth meet in oklahoma city dec. 28-30 comanche county representative lauds ag legislature group preparations the local oyl, were made inst "night at a meeting to attend third annual session of legislature, inc. which will be held state capitol building during christmas holidays from december 28 550. -.approval8-fi:om-..various,pijijte. adult organizations and notables have been received by stanley synnr, chairman incorporated organization. following letter was bill logan, representa tive, yesterday. "greetings to you and the ok-lahcma youth legislature, inc. i am proud of move have made,' by incorporating organisation. oyl last year was disgusting, degrading, an insult average intelligent young man in oklahoma. hardly past age a legislator myself know that year's communist sympathizers failed reflect true healthful thinking oklahoma's yruth. are symbolic "the nya, ffa, ond 4-ii clubs oklahoma arc. n healthy ycung, person mind body. sincerely hope tho legislature this will be highest temper grade under new setup. its members sane thoughts sound reasoning. any body who has communistic sympathies is promptly evicted, rejcctcdby legislature. goes also for having leanings toward 'ism' excepting americanism. "i wish there legal way making "that other" legislative group refrain from fools members, preventing thorn embarrassing real youth." respectfully, bill logan, representative comanche county. state session open thursday morning with registration all delegates. held entrance two chombers house senate capitol. assigned senators representatives assist model procedure both houses. american legion given their full support incorporated order most con realized men women attend. students not had privilege attend campus meetings may represent session. information pertaining details obtained writing stanley sypnr, chairman capitol station, city. organization office i bus terminals proffer their connections transportation according to the two in stillwater will be plentiful today. all directions nu' available from ns early as 7:55 a. m. wednesday until 1:55 :i. in. thursday morning. turner at 111 west seventh (l,l.one 1015) has a leaving foutli for shawnee with chandler tulsa and cklahoma city 9:50 !05, 3:30 end b:30 p. going north ponea oily, wichiln connec-ll'i is tn 10:15 2:45 7:15 ' union iius station 100 sixth (phone 418) perry, enid wichltn 10.30 4:50 i.nd 11:10 one leaves pawnee, cleveland, r-.nd pawhuska nt e.35 1:50 joavps oklahoma d'so u. 1, 4, !i:45, 10 through cunning drumright 0:15 ind 11:15 3:20, 4:55 7:20 yale oilton 7:45 rn. make tho groyhound gushing, drum-right tulsa. holiday changes are granted in library rental books from the will bo available over christmas vacation at special rates, and regularly three seven-day may checked out for two weeks. tho usual fee of ten cents per week be suspended, to replaced by a charge coupons used books. a 97-year-old man says he was rejected, his army service in 1001 because too feeble. the is still unwilling to accept him, probably localise it doesn't like admlfan'error.' o'collegian want ads bring results. caa $15,000 award fund made by shell oil company through the intercollegiate aviation scholarships and awards has set aside n to three outstanding pilots trained under caa. tho will go $2,250 scholarship be divided into $1,000, $750, $500 awards. proficiency, a premium trophy university college that established most proficient record for year in training of pilots. flight schools goes school which trains winning students. $50 given instructors seven who compete finals elimination tests ore held before june 15, 1040. each flying recommond their student pilot submit complete records grades ground institute aeronautical sciences. from national board judges are to" select regions. kcelonal hoard regional boards districts thnt region with final being washington, d. c, jometlme after similar tost private pilot's license. members number one ju',ue tests. should bo won vcmdu)iting senior paid lump sum. if is bv junior, he receive one-half immediately other half upon completion ills yetir. sclwlaatic going any sophomores thirds distributed through-c.t remaining years college. gardner lead establishing lester gnrdnor, executive vice-president, sciences states, "the company, convinced soundness program desiring encourage efficient students along lines, (continued on pain' 3) former student in address to aggies eileen traver now studying at u. of michigan miss kileon traver, atu dent oklahoma state and the university michigan, spoke f.ngllsh students from school education prairie ployhotuc on tuesday afternoon "more effective methods teaching english public schools." "there is a recognized importance through htghschool," said, "but arc ineffective leave tho without good working knowledge subject." new method whereby child taught first grade made acquainted with tiie subject his whole life. an elaborate record kopt cacli child's development elementary, junior senior (continued pflfe 3) it's just plenty of fun to go swimming on christmas, 'tis said virgin islandsgirlspeaks enchantments ky immuiic smith "it's lotsn fun to go swimming on christmas," or at least wanda driggs, home economist junior, thinks it is. miss briggs, ft worth, is nn ex-rosident of the virgin islands, where, she solemnly affirms, quito a common practice for plunge in carribcan christmas day. explanation this phenomena that climate islands seldom varies, and usually rnngos somewhere between 70 00 degrees farenhcit. born agana, guam, has covered quite bit territory during her nineteen years life, having been philll-plnos, china, japan, honolulu, cuba, haiti, porta rico saint thomas croix islands. also, lived texas, oklahoma, colorado, arkansas, california, attended four different colleges, tcu, smu, colorado state, oklahoma where present majoring life. "also," says, "i can produce positlvo proof i wasn't kicked out all those if necessary." enjoys courses on being asked what mot impressed her about the campus here, miss briggs replied, "i en-joy offered here bet of all, but find that they demand more time and effort than similar course at othor collages i've attended. also, i like friendly atmosphere tho tolerant attitude poople toward one anothor. guess maybe that's call domocracy campus." wanda lived longest in virgin islands, where, as she explains, christmas is celebrated two days instead one. "ye," said, "everyone goes to church morning, second day thoy recuperate from activities before. everyone always pvxstty well done by because get up bofore daybrak see natives give plays dance stilts thirteen feet high. however, isn't nil, attmid all horse racos, too." regrets thing most sorely during stay saint croix, was lack a nlce-stted hurricane. "do you know," she nvuirncd, "i always wanted to be in even 41 little hurricane, and i missed one of them." "swimming, horse-back riding moonlight picnics hiu the favorite jmmtimes people saint croix," and, according miss briggs, "social lifo is more active changeable than it states a'.so, things speed up whon tho navy oomes in." wanda found hard get used driving on right side road after coming back good old us, neon signs were most fascinating objects that sho found, difference proved interesting. briggs likes sew, mokes her own clothes. a mombor signin kappa, enjoys sports, flowers, collecting small elephants us n hobby. at present collection numbers about 137 elephants. (it all started when while child playing shores carribean, ebony elephant with tusk missing. wnnda also remarked nt end if interview thought convertible coupes very . " ' latin-america theme of talk by dr. stewart international club hears monday "because the present european conflict united states m in a favorable position to expand its relations with south america from all possible viewpoints," ur. watt stewart, professor latin american history an nddn-before relationship evening. spoke on (continued pauc 2) last issue this is the of daily o'collegian until after classes take up cliiistiniid holidays. next publication will be thursdnw morning, .tnmmry !, 1010.
|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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