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"the o collegian i sssss ; volume xlv (z-593) ' stillwater, oklahoma, tuesday moiinino, june 18, 1d40 number' 1m professionalization teaching is theme of institute here jbennerr, linscheid, heath, other leaders speak on opening program; ends today "professionalization teaching" the tho professional relations sponsored by natio-al education association and oklahoma hero june 17 18. the program started yesterday morning nt 9 a. m. witli registration at tho prairie play house. 10 dr. honry g. bennett gave welcome address, after which llnchoid, president of east central state college, a talk about "what is profession?" this was followed by n tolk, "is teaching miss katliryn heath, executive secretory national association deans women. vandcrvrcr starts aflornocn session with lonnle vandorveer, oklahoma education association, presiding. lcaler panel, "developing professional attitude", wrs ben ogden, principal ard-more hlghschool. others participating were w. h. wilcox, lawyer, stillwater; f. mathews, commissioner health, oklahomn city; r. k. lane, public service company, tulsa; j. cnllan, pastor methodist church, edith stitli triplett, superintendent nurses, university hospital, mr. holmes, schools, muskogee. morning's will begin kate frank, director n. 15. opening "how may teacher training institutions and educational associallbns, local, nnd national, carry on to devolcp desirable altitudes " leaders tor be representative local .1. cnrl conner, principal, wilson school, nssr elation, c. dan proctor, ada, oklahoma; e. a., heath; elossroom teachers d. edna chamberlain, president, tuisn elassroom toachors association; institution, professor ii. l. caswell, columbia university. "ways means securing maintaining attitude in oklahoma" ronclude program. (his james harlow, northeast hlghsrhnol, naomi john white, stillwater: o. campbell, a, committee for consisted howell, secretary, director, muskogee; lien ogdrn, ard-more; vandervccr, o, dean conger ot collogo litis summer. l make true pioble profession hnve it i (continued page 2) reading 0' collegian advertising is a good way to find out what best in stillwater merchandise, service and recreational facilities i police training two-year short course planned cnptnln r. c. bradford of the state trades nnd industrial education depnrtmant, met recently with some thirty peace officers others who nre interested in law enforcement work at college.! tho object meeting was to make preliminary plans for a that is be carried on oklahomn. program dovelopeed bo first form courses ot oklahoma a. and m. college. from this it hoped two year technical based curriculum will adopted. give collego credit men wish prepare thomsolvos vocation. follows pattern follow many respects firemausliip now being oklahomn by depnrtment colloge. include such subjects as public relations, in. vcstlgntlnn accidents, criminal investigation arrest, inter-viewing witnesses suspects, obtaining statements confessions, aid, other related subjects. predicted stillwater would become center section united statos. ' exams ' "i'hycliolofrical examinations for all now afdente, with lite exception of graduate ntudeuts, will bo give m the afternoon june 1!), at 2 p. m. in college awh-lorium," dr. elroy stromhcrg announced wednesday. professor fouts leaves faculty for florida job resigns to take over position at increase . in present salary associate e c. fou(s, dairy manager, resigned from the collegt yestorday, officials, announced, a ot university florida. fouls roportcdly will receive nn nproximate sixty percent ovor his saw ary. resignation become effective os nf september 1, 190. prcfessor leave ln-mrdiat ly h new position. scout leadership course starts on campus june 20 a in starting thursday, 20, rooni 207, chemistry building, 7:30 p. m., has betn announced by dr. j. a. hurro.vs. commissioner oi the cimarron valley council. , ' will include eio- ments i, "introduction to scout-,. ing;" elements ii, "troop operaf - hon:" iii, comp ing." .. s lendershlp for i being secured from lenders of tho faculty, experienced loaders' stillwater und vicinity and students ot summer school who arc leaders. men assist among those assisting ore m. dahpnnliig konnwn aci 03 scout-master course, walter fields at seminole, r. nnrti. curtis williams. h w. orr, robert peery, ii. clay potts, nnd executive, c, h.j,ane.. wrv- other instructors bo added ns devclopj. completing uoursc wi receive certificates '.ho no college credit is given as this not cover roquirotucnts ifo used physical educational which given. there are required entrance fees. graduates wisconsin university honored four former aggies with higher degrees juno 17 at the 117th nnnuol commencement or that institution. degree of mnstor i science was conforreod upon rodney e. black, '3h. in agriculture; and helen l. fieu-donborgor, '30, journalism. receiving their dsctor of. philosophy dogroes wore oival r. alexander, chemistry; leonn spilmon, who awarded n bachelor's 1919, nnd hor master's 1922. for a short time she wns member a. aiul m. fneulty physics depnrtment. roth is demonstration teacher at chicago dr. hormnn roth, associate professor of physics oklahoma i a. and m., has been appointed a in science the summer workshop for college faculty university ot chicago. will serve during tho second term session. ho conduct class physical to illustrate somo techniques methods through which gonoral education obootives nvy bo attained. phone changes nightly, beginning at 0 p. m. and continuing until 7 a. m., the following numbors will be in effect on collego telephones. res sta. 0, power plant...:- h81 49, thhtcher hall 1482 ,v2. hamter 14b3 ' sfl, chutchflcld hull, 1484 in, business manager, 1485 stn. !i0, infirmary 1487 107, agri. economics, 1408 14s, aggie halls 1489 isa, horse hani 1490 157, dairy darn 1491 158, reef barn 1492 1b0. mr. wilbor, arch. dept 1493 240, vetorinary scl., 1494 71, o'colloglan 1495 80. president's of tine, 2 ico nazi flag now fliesover whole of europe as france surrenders to hitler's legions . i marshall henri petain, new premier of prostrqt-ed france, asked germany for an honorable peact monday upon ascending the office and replacing paul reynaud who pledged a finish fight. maginor line was smashed surrounded. great britain has to carry on war. united states been more arms government at washington promised respond although congress must act in order out wish executive. psychological i'nainlimtlnim all students except graduate will be given tlje psyrhologiral examinations wednesday. june 19 2 p. in. college auditorium. glory road concert at 8:30 tonight; five young artists billed on i second program of oklahoma a. and m. summer session allied arts selects and encourages the effort of tho national music league to select encourage only musicians who havo ability deserve encouragement, nna interest eagerness each applicant bo chosen for glory road tour, guarantees a gala experience both artist nudienre. year over one hundred young apply be included on its list, committee outstanding concert artists teachers chooses very best from this group applicants. list has selected five ot most interesting road concert tour. inllerlted artistry miss ruth dlchl, soprano, was born in danville, pennsylvania, her mother, a pianist and organist, hoped that some one ot children would be singer, hor prayers were- answered ruth. before she could walk or talk very clearly, singing trying to imitate tho birds. vocal standout raised an old-fashioned methodist home, ruth's weekly routine sunday school church twice on sunday, prayer meeting wednesday evenings, where, early nge, gave evidence of talents, lilghschool had nil the solos in glee club, and she wroto tho clnss song for graduation. upon her graduation, minister of church recommended that be taken to new york frank damrosch, who gave tour years ot training institute musical art. sho was graduated from there with honors nnd given a scholarship fifth year post-graduate work. riverside soloist during this time wos appearing oratorio und work around now york, has been some time. pupil lllll lchmann, miss edith nichols, heard dlchl ting, and offered her a scholarship, teaching the lohmann technic. from that time on, concert appearances, radio work i.iid oratorio have constantly in-ct eased. gcphart midwest favorite william gophart has had n varied enreer in both east middle wost recitals. he givon three st. joseph, mo., jcfforson city, one central college, fayotte, his own university, do pnuw, engaged him six times. ho also engagements indiana iowa, this young urtlst sung tho baritone solos "crucifix-(contlnucd on page s) business ed. session held june 14 fo 15 functions and purposes of secondary education, theme the fourth annual summer conference in. education was friday saturday, 15, beginning with n general at 9:30 a. in prairie playhouse. tho opening talk mode by byron l. newton, former grad-uato oklahoma m. college ond now nt north texas state teachers college, who discussed "the place fulfilling func tions and purposes of secondary education." in developing this topic, mr. newton stated the objectives business education explained hw commercial department plays on important role akjlng student achieving these objectives. ftllss kate frank central high school concluded discussion by stressing relationship teacher to child parent youth. forkncr discusses dr. ilamdcn l. forknor, columbia university, discussed "business administration." points ot interest his .talk included: will face problems curtailed budgets lower salaries for teachers due tho rearmament program, we must justify defend subjects that aro now offering .curriculum, administrators recognize our program docs not end when give a diploma, but wc offer guidance follow-1 up work nnd find n place him society; 'thtuetvice'to'thc" starts nursery until havo placed job. rogers, lawyer, talks john attorney at law, tulsa presented talk ond business' from viewpoint man. j he emphasized students be willing start bottom become self-stabilized productive social order, ' they have some specific skill get society then their . general (continued page 3) all aggieland follows warring europe by reading library's new periodicals typical of tho speed the age, oklahoma a. and m. collego students are quick to consult current publications for rapid reviews analyses present european crisis. "most students," said roy hol-lcman, reference librarian, "are interested primarily in illustrated articles magazines rather than searching historical material on war's latest developments," read their quest ot "waropean" knowledge, life, time, nation, foreign affairs, history, republic most. as a relief from war newb, popular mechanics, modern sclenco, and similar magazines maintain a constant popularity with students. in general, watching 2nd world war "a. m. college students aro no exception to the fact that american people are interested this second war," holleman said, they reading books such as sleeps, by winston churchill, prime minister of england: adolph hitler's mcin knmpf; nnd inside europe john gunther. motion picture versions famous novels increase library calls for books. greatest, demand arc gone wind! th grapes wrath, all heaven, too, d. e. hoffmaster is new botany instructor structor in botany, came here from the university of virginia where he got his doctor's degree plant pathology. j instructing 144 this summeer. and doing research work part tho time. now working during summer months nt lawton doing, on sorghum diseases. home pennsylvania. 5 john moore gives piano concert in oakland, cal. word has been received here that h. moore, assistant professor of piano, was presented n concerto the oakland forum, played varied group selections consisting works by bach, liszt, chopin, frcidman-gartncr, ond dofalla. following his graduation from university kansas 1029 named instructor here. he continued advance study and 1033 mozart-cum scholarship to salzburg, austria. later degree master music did with rudolph ganz chicago. is an artist pupil carl a. prcycr, considerable recognition for work middle west. karl kruger city philharmonic symphony said him" ... a young brilliant future my sincere praise him." mr. will return ibl at nnd m, camjnis resume teaching duties piano. , co-ops at madison threaten frat existence madison, wis. the 35 nh-tlonnl social fraternities nt university of wisconsin viewed with disfavor this year nn extensive low.cost men's dormitory program sponsored by officials, some whom predicted downfall fraternity system on campus. housing units set up already completed nro a series modern along shore jake mcndota providing approximately coo 'rooms at '$300 board, and 200 $270. campus chnrgo $374 to $477 complain financial difficulties that rate. $270 dormitories ore known " as "guinea pig hall" because they represent co-operative experiment under which costs arc lowered having resident student share in work cleaning, making beds, waxing floors, packlng up laundry, and other janitor work. "successful tlan" college officials say that the plan has been successful this year some favor construction of additional co-operative dormitories. "tho new men's dorms .can't help but make terrific competl. tion for fraternities it's no use to cover (act up," according scott h. goodnight, dean men in charge fraternities. with n pessimistic opinion outlook due their "lack foresight." "bullhcadcdness," re-marks: exit frats "fraternities are on tho way down. thoy havo a hard struggle ohcad them. have died already others probably wl'4 follow." one hope goodnight holds out for the "self-preservation" ot fraternities at wlsconslln is .that they must each tako on graduate house counselors to do work similar that of thedormltory fellow who checks scholarship', gives social guidance, corrects table manners, encourages activity pnrticipatlon, and other mature advice students. rooming homes object' also among objectors lbw-cost dormitory movement are owners more than 100 private houses in' madison valued exceeding four lnifllon dollars assessed annual property taxes in excess of. $112,000. their legal representative has pointed dormitories were built with 45 percent federal money, have no pay, receive heat light from university's central power station, require residents catut dormitories, make them sign full-yar contracts. hh:if ijlllwj claus adam, cellist all-american violinist title to reynolds lad chosen for stokowski's south american tour creech reynolds received word indirectly that he had been selected by leopold stokowski to play in his a..-amerlcan' youth orchestro. the orchestra plans tour latin america from july 5 august 27. and myer bello, oklahoma city, were only ok-lahomans who for orchestra. they survived cjlmlnatlons conducted na-tionol administration with 00 musicians competing ond chosen auditions before stokowski. no formal has formal-word ajjd discovered choice through an article h recent oklahoman. is a nineteen year old junior college, will be president of symphony next year. ho studied violin frank hladky, conductor professor music. was concertmastcr stillwater high school also superior solo winner state, trl-state, regional contests many times. teaching private pupils string sections guthrie this summer. veterinarians are welcomed bf dr. bennett wives of visitors also have meeting henry g. bennctt'a welcome address was tho formal oponing the twenty-fifth semi-annual oklahomn veterinary medical association monday at 9:30 a. m. in lifo sciences building. according to c. h. mcel-roy, 150 guests had registered ut noon monday. w. f. irwin, tulsa; j. kochn, auburn, ala.; harper, and college;.. ii. ,a. .daniel, project supervisor, scs; robert pcnqulto", a, .and m., wore other spcokers program t joe c, scott, president of the state board agriculture, was principle speaker at evening session yost la'?.'?. dr. l. ii. moo, chairman tho tuesday announced that dr, c. j. kochn; mr. stephenson winthrop chemical company; t. fisher, bureau ot onlmal industry; a. h. kuhl-man, and m.; w. d. gallup, m. will speak tuesday. lour collcga barns conclude program. wives veterinarians opened -their meetings same time; however, their program includes a tour college campus, luncheon wlllard hall, inspection foods units living quarters hall picture show. just another movie trick exposed fans arc seeing the saga of clermont, steamboat which robert fulton guided up hudson rivor in august, 1807, enacted on . silver screen. it looks like real ship whclh ns-' founded world, but course it's only hollywood. ' folks who peeked when clermont was production lot discovered she was powered by no pioneer marine steam 'engine. instead, squatting shamelessly in tho dark recesses which the camera's eye never jcnotrntcs, a dicscl tractor. , added insult to an antiquarian's sense of aesthetic is steam. it looks like steam, but actually compressed air and oil vapor, puffed from giant atomizer. bmoko? jt comes n smudge pot concealed stock.- lakes gain several inches after two-, inch monday rain the water level of boomer and dlackwcll increased considerably a two-inch monday. in lake wos reported to bo up about 10 blackwell gained three inches. jim kirby, caretaker at lake, said that gunge showed 2.g0 had fallen during heaviest rainfall year. w. r. clark brush creek scovn miles east stillwater was 1.12 county agent word cromwell tho ripe wheat crop probably damaged as ruch it ready harvest before machinery cannot be taken into some fields for days. accord-ing cromwell, row. crops, pastures, gardens were benefitted by rain. dr. jessie f. williams, n 1 o lly recognized physical education and hygiene authority from columbia university is conducting conference lecture session june 17 to 20' at oklahoma a. m. college. the health, recreation, movement of southwestern united states li being given con-sldcramc promotional aid educational information by these talks williams has been head hralth physical education department at columbia university for seventeen years. dr. williams is the author of 27 books on and hygiene, numerous magazine anu newspaper articles. in 1935 1035 he tour"d south america as visiting carnegie professor endowment international peace accredited to universities latin america. walkc, head a. m. has had much ot his training with williams. following program monday public invited attend each session, including dinner given honor by kappa delta pi 0:45 tho cafeteria annex wednesday night. speeches will give follows: tuesday 0 o. m., 100 4-h building, majors. 1 p. old central auditorium, administrative secondary j 9 college principle speaker convocation. 2 engineering, workshop group. 0;45 cafeteria, honor, thursday english workshop. opera to play a recording of "carmen," by georges hizct, 19th century french composer, will be presented in the carnegie8 room, music building 101, wednesday at 8 p. m.
|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 from 1924 -|
|Publisher||Stillwater, OK; Oklahoma A & M College, 1924 -|
|Relation||The Daily O'Collegian|
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