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i v the0cqlleg1an volume xlv (z-503) stillwater, oklallomaf friday morning, june 21, 1040 number 200 three here is the wreckage of n civilian training ship which collided at 2,000 feet with nn army trainer plane nt tulsa, sending men to death their bodies burned beyond recognition. they were: louis a. seibcl, 19, st. louis, cadet; john a, langmaid, 24, instructor, bryn mawr, pn., and flying cadet daniel h. stone, wellington, kns. extension of business area requested here ' issue to come up monday night prlmory importance west , college property owners is the question before stillwater commissioners this week involving houses murray hnll vicinity. submitted city commission was a petition by paul swim for n permit construct $5,000 brick building wsxloo feel at 1023 avenue. now located there would be removed. ralph simcoc ojlpcnrcd asking pdrmll. iluslncss properly in tho have filed protest and were represented sam myers wise, who naked that request laid over until next week. it scheduled ns matter night. stated permit, if granted, take course used granting permission construction campus theater first designated as district. accountants in session here . june 27 to 28 approximately one hundred expected bring about n better understanding and cooperation between public oecmmtonts nnd instructors who troin future accountants, the first annual meeting of oklahomn society certified will be hold 28. members tho accounting staff nt college from university oklnhoma hosts at conference, which bo held nllernotoly on stillwater norman campuses. delegates are for this year's meeting. thomas welcome dr. raymond d. thomas, dean cf commerce, give welcoming address. george 11. mccowcn, a. m. staff, speak modern trends emphasis income determination contrast yeprs omphnsls ifinnncial conditions business. c. krntz, business law instructor, describe affectts administrative upon legal profession. taxation problems oil industry arc scheduled discussion. t. dwlglit williams howard w. hlnmnn, city, featured speakers second day's program. is a former secretary oklahoma board accounting, i painting exhibit doel reed, intcruntion- j ally known artist and art , instructor, has on 1 eight oil paintings nt the stillwater calleries which is located in basement of public library. also are fourteen water color done by j. r. cunningham. will he until friday, there no admission charge. fourth of july celebration is planned here committee has been considering ideas a new application that old carnival game catching num; bored fish out tank water will be one the features o,t this year, t onnouncod. original plan wns to have wooden fish, ducks and other life, float around in n water. on bottom each was o number corresponded 'on tho prize rack. stillwater's similar event big enough for hundreds play. moreover, there no entry fee, prizes substantial cash gifts. skill piny as much part this, ns luck. " plnn about so good-sized postfbly more, roleasod shaded stream thnt runs along cast side fair park. room fishermen nvnllublo banks both sides yards. details nrc not complete, but it understood provide their own tackle use whatever lures they believe cause numbered aih bite hooks. pointed out, however, who mu artificial bnit or minnows, wfil l required proper 11-eanta viich permits tiso bnit. open ah men, women children, can compete thin contest prizos offered. seining nets pertnitted. dnnks clear boon grnsscd during past two yoars until resemble back yard lown. fishing activity fcontuiucd paae 21 har s hoow carl dye wli3 bee elektid to the democrats of pawnee county: i have had a feeling for long time thnt ought bo sheriff county so this year filed tho democratic nomination. want all vote me and after am nominated there ain't no law keep republicans from voting me. was born but don't any birth certificate prove it. if wasn't afraid would make missourians mad admit that in missouri. lived oklahoma since 1889, came with opening been out since. last .10 years nnd hnve spite droughts, grasshoppers, boll weevil, t wars, republicans and dust storms. i am smooth mouthed, slightly spavined, mooneyed have a wire cut on the loft shoulder. ain't thoroughbred. if sherriff 1 can savo tho people lot of money by cuffing some harmless prisoners turn them loose. there are follcrs thnt ought to bo hand cuffed. courso don't refer frank hudson, c. e. yaley, wayne mccoy, joe ferguson, gene schornick, ed coyle, rud quiilen, moore, tine stafford or nick means. elect mo for sheriff nnd then com see mo, will feed you beans fat back it won't cost nothing but your time. yours election, carl dyp. . moore well received in piano concert john moore, assistant professor of piano, gave a june 13 before an audience critical callfornlons oakland, playing nine numbers. ho pluyed the city club theatre on oaklund forum artist series. to appear later scries at is lily pons, soprano. college hiones nightly, beginning friday at 8 p. m. and continuing until 2 a. in., the following numbers will be in effect on telephones. nc: sta. 0, power plant 1481 std. 284 wlllard kitchen -.1482 159 cofotorlo 1483 50 crntchfield hall ..1484 sto. 42 poultry depart. .-1485 90, infirmary 1487 233 library 1488 143, aggie halls 1480 150 horse barn- 1492 stn. 157, dairy barn 1401 158, beef 100, mr. wllber, arch. dept. 1493 249, veterinary scl., 1494 71, o'colieglun 1495 80, president's office, 2100 civil service examinations opened by u.s. applications must be filed all wanting to qualify the united states commission tins announced open competitive for positions listed below. he with commission's washington office not later than dales specified in each case. until june 30, 1910 first two will 1)0 received. applicants higher grade have passed their seventieth birthday; associate and nsslstant grades sixtieth birthday. listed: marino engineer, s3.800 per yr.: associate, 3,200 yr.; assistant, $2,000 various optional branches; u. s. maritime navy department. nnvol architect, salaries as mnrlne engineer; vnrious branches. assistant translator (franch; gorman, italian, spanish), yr., commission. reached eighteenth but tholr fifty-third closing dates receipt of arc july 9 12, 1940. junior airway traffic controller, acronou-(coiitimicd on pane 4) seven hundred and thirteen students are placed on deans' distinguished lists with "b" averages in 15 or more hours aggies lead one sixty honor roll; arts sciences have straight "a" averages; list released thursday night the following students, listed by schools, having passed spring semester, 1939-40, all courses taken, aggregating not less than an average grade of higher, received any "d", incomplete, conditional failing grade- students. starred () grades subjects. school op agriculture ahtone, jacob, carnegie albright, lorcn clarence, coop-crton bates, ray william, konowa beach, william eugene, wcst-vllle benchboard, russell, hobart beard, bernard marlon, lonoke, arkansas beaslcy, gerald, sand springs bellmon, henry louis, billings bcrousck, ernest roy, capitol hill, oklahoma city bilgcr, leo victor, big four, kingfisher bishop, troy orval, chandler blakley, vernon, kcndrlck boijan, john wayne, wapanucka eoohcr, thcron elwood, luther bower, jnmes edward, shawnee bi cedlove, charles, muskogee brlggs, james wapello, , iown brown, thomas lafayette, ola, ark. . in, bunch, hurry dean, yukon burleson, billy thomas, butner, seminole burton, clifford henry, lovcland buxbaum, charles john, fairfax caldwell, turner, classen, okla. max ray, stillwater carter, emmett nelson, canton casey, alvln harold, kcota chessmore, claude sumner chessmorc, roy arden, chlga, george carpenter, regina, saskatchewan, canada clark, leon raymond, cooperton clayton, paul hlqkory ' cole, bert, altus ralph myrtle, comanche coleman, louis homer, idabel colville, jack harmony, olustco comstock, buford lee, wagoner connally, howard r., highway, carter conway, albert campbell, coop- or, texas cook, joo cache lewis carlton, salllsaw floyd, drumrlght cooper, boyd wilson, wnllom owen jr., city, kan. costlcy, vaughn, ccntralln cox, sidney robert, kinta crlttcndonrqook l., rush cross, harrjj leonard, crozier, emll-. mendcnhall, central, oklh.'clty cunningham, sjdney, rocky derr, stanley, qulnlan d o t f a 1, ronald errante, scicnccville, mahoning co., ohio dilbcck, elton dale, dinusson, erllng, cavalier, north dakota domnlck, kenneth, burlington dorsett, lambert dowell, cecil leon, drummond, gent jack, .' -' dunn, david hanger, stcckcr ealy, robert phillip, blackfcell' edwards, e. 'lee, ozark, hcadrlck elder, paul edward, tuttlo england, wayne norsuda, soiling fain, guy richard, brltton fowler, charles verden edward william, frcund, jonathan david, marshall gardner, glenn martin, wellston gibbons, lester mcloud glenn, elvin durwood, duke hamilton, max, ft. gibson harper, francis evert, moore-land heldebrccht, allen, hydro heinzc, bcnnle, hitchcock herring, a. b. jr., prague hlckock, everett james,. pond creek hillerman, robert. james, konowa hobbs, 'clyde haskell hodges, arnold, chlck-asha holcombe, john white, muskogee holderread, wilbur henry, cush-ing hollls, p. quincy, kansas houck, ray, mountain view howard, wash' shelton, friendship, altus howell, vernon, guymon hull, gcorgo elsvlrth, drum-right ivkcr, sidney, south phlladel- phla, pcnn, jackson, dlllard, boswcll jones, buford wilson, temple clayton, tipton hugh, big four, kingfisher lloyd strothcr, seminole melvin douglas, purccll kellert, albert classen, qkla. city killingsworth, maurico benson, lacy, william norman, gore lcreau, gore, norman lee, larue bert, lccdey lemon, isaac lester, hcrschel glen, cameron levlnc, milton herman, jumcs monroe, bronx, n. y. lodwick, james cush- ing long, jack, chandler mebry, edword, talala h. dale, valley view, texas russell gall, community s., downer's grove, 111. may, sterling, maynard, dale l., garber mcgilllard, lon stillwater mclnncs, eugene roy, mangum mckinney, thomas gould morford, bob amorlta mullen, samuel, nulloti, talmage, netherton, rex fred, jay nunlpy, luther m., marlow peters, edward, douglas phelps, charles wesley, elk city potter, clifford david, cleveland powell, lester wenfrcd, idabel kowell, marvin bass, temple ray, jess blynn, central, tulsa stephen harold, rca, frank click, carrollton, mo. register, lloyd eldo, laing, tipton rhodes, william franklin, kon-nwa rowley, chester maurice, crawford salmon, andrew j., atoka schaller, chauncey cox, new castle, penn. scmtner, karl, konawa shaklce, eugene, wat-onga shaw, herbert orval, arnold shimp, vein carpenter, black-well sims, sam bill, colbert skinner, francis asbury, bartles-villo smith, estle clrtus, monroe harold john, verden frank, agra stanilka, walter crown point, n. y. stark, f. c. jr., woodward stelchon, joseph clco, perry stclchen, john henry, sullivan, elbrige denton, law-sullivan, elbrcgo law-ton swink, hugh roff taff, homer allen, graham taylor, earle richard, ocean springs, miss. maurice clayton, carmen thayer, rollln mcalcs-ter trogdon, oren, cement walters, lowell freedom weidcrkehr, alexander george, garber williams, rocky richard martell, hydro wilson, micawbcr winters, broken arrow wood , clayton slloam ark. wood, fred, cushing yankee, joel ross, muskogee arts and sciences allen, erma lee, blackburn arnold, william jarve, pcpca city austin, gene, cushing balrd, ted claud, stillwater baldwin, betty alice, muskogee barber, susan jane, bartlesville eates, earl owen, central, tulsa benson, catharcno alese, ,r-blake, garthl kcrmlt, slloam springs, ark. bridges, barbara adair, cherokee browning, robert leroy, pawnee jolm arthur, buffalo buehl, constance burton, taylor laurence, central, tulsa butts, johnricbard,"wewokn ' byrd, mary alice, i carroll, oneta don, newkirk chaffin, millard rhomney, oke-mnh chambers, ruth carol, christian, bob augustus, little rock, ark. clark, tom arthur, . cloypool, dorothy helen, all saints, vlcksburg, miss claypool, lou ann, vicksburg, clubb, william graham, stlllwa-ter corbln, robcrtcllcn, stillwater cross, hays hamilton, dawson, clarence benton, muskogee dcuprcc, neva mao, classen, oklahoma city doty, vivian irene, dale downs, eldon wilson, buffalo doyle, hesklel, okla. duncan, otis dudley, edwards, emma jane, shawnee fenton, harold hoy, fox, margaret georgetta, french, marian evelyn, gibson, beth, glcason, norma grace, guthrie graalman, robert edward, okcenc grace, william robert, wcwoka grlebel, isabclle elizabeth, stroud hamlll, melba belle, orandfield hammond, joe phil, stillwater hawkins, margie, classen, oklahoma city henry, hiram henderson, clare-more higgins, norton allen, hlghflll, leah louise, wlnfleld, kan. hladky, frank jr., holmes, norma erlyne, stlllwa-ter house, camilla mllcd, central, okla. robert william, hudson, montfort, braman huff, mary tulsa hughes, zoo lorraine, mcalester hummcll, margaret kllen, sand springs ' jock, woodrow wilson, amorlta johnson, manly, johffson, marglo jean, owen richard, kcelcr, gale kolachny, vivlenne, ponco krumme, george blrs- tow lane, vera olive, woodward lester, andrew moses, putnam lewis, sue, st. mary's, law ton (continued on page 2) o' collegian dance tonite in old gym; 8:30-77:30 three to attend national biennial chi omega conclave mrs. paul brock, howard torr, and miss neva mae duprce left friday the b t-e n i a 1 convention of sorority in white sulphur springs, w. va., june 21-23. they were accompanied by a. m. stcadley, oklahoma city. headquarters arc at grecnbriar hotel. during convention, notional achievement award will be presented one woman particularly outstanding five designated fields. ihls is nt house washington alternate years. franklin d. roosevelt commlt- itce. fdr appoints republicans to cabinet; france gets hitler's peace terms news popped hot ns candy al n taffy pull thtoweck m president franklin i). roosevelt appointed two republic to cabinet jobs, france .surrendered germany and italy, london was bombed a warrant rumored sworn out for the nrrent of duke winsor alleged criticism ,' hef at battle flanders. . : col. frank knox, once candidate vice ami chicago publisher, secretary navy henry h. stimson, state under hoover war taft, flf wnr tljis move which shattered political precedents may virtually assure fdit re-election should he choose run on platform some kind. if biggest raid yet perpetrated by fleet 100 bombers. peace terms were submitted french delegates but nd public announcement as given or men. marshall henri philippe petnin, premier, blamed france's defeat "fewer younu men, less arms too few allies." cordeil hull receiving nn honorary degree harvard university branded eolation "dangerous folly." (jov. leon c. phillips has 77 county chairmen conduct his intensive preparations campaign voluntary enlistment. hoffmaster joins botany faculty dr. donald e. hoffmastor of pennsylvania has recently boon employed by a. nnd m. to tench botany. previous coming horo ho attended the university virginia where he received his doctor degree in plnnt pathology. is spending most time this summer lawtou carrying on research sorghum diseases; also teaching 144. will devote net fall teaching. registration for primary opens a ten-day period new voters who expect to cast ballot in the july 9 election opened wednesday morn-irtc. continuing until 5 o'clock on tlic afternoon of june 28. n'o charges have been made list precinct registrars since few weeks ago that came prior municipal elections. include: 1 mrs. laura knorr, 121 main street. 2 grant crow, 1117 chester 3 ivo lllc, 523 east thirteenth nvenuo. 4 earl decker, 1110 gates, 203 west tenth avenue, 0 w. a. thompson, 214 husband 7 gcorgio swin, nortli knoblock ruben jay, at r. jay cleaners, 501 washington elsie bllycu, 802 10 glenn bough-ton, 1010 avenue. 11 b. murphy, 110 eighth 12 l. hudi-burg, north albert pike hglhwoy. outlying precincts v. o. wilson, city, registrar stillwater township no. 1, and herman schroeder, is 2, 90 custodians and engineers attend 10th short course ninety from over the state took part in tenth annual held last week for those profession by trade industrial division of department education. right courses were offered: general custodianship, housekeeping, heating ventilation, plnnt maintenance, landscaping, air-conditioning human relations first aid. classes met six days, monday through saturday morning. a picnic stunt night wera held. more extensive program is planned next year.
|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|
|Rights||Copyright 2011 Board of Regents for the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges. All rights reserved.|