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f . ' r i economic view , world war ii by all! prof rto do the nazis ' bojfr; what will i be1 outcome by lift. b. e. aykes how the; gcrrrlnns it? frlgtilflilsess? tlint is it natural supposition. find myself thinking thai nnzis greatest crime their success. lack of scruples n great ns-set in total war, certainly, and have taken full advantage it. hut oven now that, french ore fighting on own soil they seem to toe unable resist successfully. -great army only yesterday considered the. world outclassed, f highly mcchahlcd germans it, as everybody knows today, with planes tanks fleets automotive vehicles. did hot originate these things. airplane an american invention, tank british. but made more them than anybody else. saw possibilities devices went' after them. others, franco, england, perhaps our country not. wjiy? france gave answer dismissing gamclln. a recent " issue time tells whole story three sentences.. "the leadership, canopied crcat weight professional autocracy, was smothered routine thought, opposition changh old german dismantled at versailles. itclfbvcd cf sniffs sneers elderly junker younger officers then small reich-bwclir were wholly free dc- ( vclop new ideas." this advantage goes for beyond weapons. the british have just discovered that their steel cartel, t pro-rating production to "stabilize" (high) prices 7ias been curtailing output of england's only fully modern continuous-strip rolling mill, nnd canpdl-nns "in aircraft and tank plants has delayed by re-luctancccof patent holders supply plans specification." (time, juno 10, 1d40.) -that gives us something think about. influence seems be monopolies curtailment such like things ioo numerous mention turn out a handicap notional effort defense. nation at war dispense with luxuries peace. but what about peace? these handicaps national in war, arc they peace-time booms? is it privilege wasting resources democracies fighting totalitarianism? or, put another way, industrial efficiency necessarily linked . totalitarian frlghtfutncs3? are tho for? wo know against. against "hitler"; say, martial law, secret police, concentration camps, whole paraphernalia nazi tyranny. conversely freedom. whose freedom? "the freedom individual from arrest, court martial, torture, arbitrary seizure confiscation his goods. docs mean maintain monopolies. frec-- dom curtail production, commit nuisances? ,tho germans suppressed all if we hove done so merely because hate freedom, bcause " savages, ve making sad mistake. nazis found german people prostrate revived organizing war. organization simple idea, one which anybody can understand, even former housci-palnter. n organt-f zotlon other social values sacrificed clear j (nd. bfcen successful ond simple, also peoples hnvo suffering same confusions frustrations ly gcermany vfas laid low. crisis hvc themselves tangled up special intortsts established prerogatives cartels ahd owners impede effort. peace, more complex than u much harder say public interest jn peace opposite. ut ts jeace (continued on page 2) 1 ' '''-v ji . " - tu t 1 tolumfxlv cz-593) stillwater, oklahoma, tuesday morning. june 25, 1010 "number 2&i ' t r 2,385 reported by president in 1940 session the second highest enrollment figure history of oklahoma a. and m. summer was released monday president's office. slight decline, jn registration is due, officials opined, to loss jobs several hundred state teachers fact that so many did not receive their last month's check due salary slash. 2385.; 1939 was. 2557; 1938 vas 2337. it expected present will swell. short course figures for tho thus far have exceeded 400. burrows announces scout leadership school course the beginning of a for state leaders at oklahoma a. and m. college june 20 was announced this week by j. burrows, commissioner cimarron volley council. course, which will continue throughout summer session, include three phases work: introduction to scouting, troop operation, camping. two-day camping trip is scheduled july 27 28 lake carl blackwcll west stillwater. . ,. ' - lbibi p.l?bogtwim asab j.f.zimmerman hosts dcan j l bostwlcn nnd dr f zlmmcrmnn' president of new mexico university lay plans for convention momocrs at the annual national association deans and advisors men in albuquerque, june 27, 28 29. dean c. h. mcelroy is chdlrman ot tho largest discussion group which schools over 6,000. problems to bo discussed arc coordinated personnel, service, cooperative housing buying, administrative policies dormitories, orientation programst vocational guidance programs, student employment, scholarship, 'war comes colleges." , eloroy stromborg, associate professor psychology, also attending. v - a modern classic: feminine theory on red barns "what do. you see? what are thinking about?" he asked her. "i'm looking at that red barn oyer there," she said. painting a picture with in it. and those trees beyond the little stream, they have tinge of red, too." "red maples bloom. most people never see flowers they're so small." "i've painted rind there is enough paint left tho brush to do lightly." "i your picture, but i don't nnd brush. let's sit down. we've walked far want rest. this hillside warm dry." for while, stood over broad valley. particular love barns." barns?" "yes, barns. think know why. theory." had chosen sunny flat rock seat was making herself comfortable. "it's w.ny," began. "some colors we all of. there's always plenty blue sky, water, hills. white clouds, houses, snow in winter. plenty of brown. green, especially summer. but not red." "how about autumn trees? tlow those same red maples october?" "for a couple weeks, yes. i'm thinking oi the other fifty weeks year: with sunrises and sunsets. they last only little while. moat tho time nature gives us small quantities flowers, berries. enough to make much impression on landscape." "so that's where barns come in?" he smiled himself moment. "i suppose you know why farmer paints his barn red?" "why does he?" do think does.?" "well, it probably isn't my reason. i meiin, ho doesn't just for sake color scheme. funny, never thought before. seemed right color, tell me." "he red, becase is cheapest paint can buy. at least, jt always used be so." "i'm glad it's cheap," she said. "anything else would silly un-new england." "speaking of red in small quantities " he was pointing to something not far from the ground, a few rods away. jumped up and went over tftil. when came back,' lie had sprig his hand, rose hip shriveled n little tho winter, but still glowing. knelt beside her fastened it lapel coat. "just by way illustrating your theory," said. "also proof that, couple months, wild roses will bo blooming here." "my theory?" she laughed. "why, i haven't finished telling you my theory. told only half. i'd better finish. may never have another .theory, know." rested back on m heels. "red is scarce. why do we need it? because warm. for same reason wo heat our houses. blue nnd green white are cool colors, cold colors. sometimes, winter or early spring, barn about warm thing sight." stands courage," looking down nt bit that put against gray cpat. touched with fing- or. "it's all the same, isn't it? courage is heart and heat." "red for something else, too. i remember, when was in ffchool, teacher told us what colors flag meant. red " she looked off over tan fields, beginning to show green, nnd at hills ky clouds above. while house tho barn across valley. then stood up. "come, let's go on. feel like walking forever ever." "tell me," he said. "if we went every day from now till next spring, would learn see things you see?" sho turned toward him. "but that's not want. wo want through our own eyes, so that can always give each other new. haven't me see, look a barn." "all right," ho closed his eyos as if summon up vision. "sec hay. smell it.i it coming into on july. hear wheels croaking floor stomping of horses. hoar man load shouting (continued page 3) four to be added for advanced caa work eligible candidates requested see director whiteside today washington, juno 24 (special) a secondary course the summer of 1940 has been approved make available further instruction civilian pilot trainees who have successfully completed preliminary and intend aviation their career. director george w. white- side said that today was the last day of tho offer and all who were interested eligible should come to his office at their earliest convenience. this secondary training will consist a ground course controlled flight course, be conducted concurrently with one hundred bases which have been designated glve( training. authority make available approximately thousand scholarships in summer session from july 1, 1910, september 1910. order complete 145 hour 10-50 within period, an average three hours instruction bo required each day. successful completion preliminary nnd secondary, courses equivalent army or navy primary training, graduates these two wish may opplication enter basic grouml school curriculum include intensive coverage such subjects as aerodynamics aircraft, civil air regulations, engines, instruments, meteorology, navigation, parachutes, radio aids facilities. student given commercial examination. pourse 40 50 dual solo structin on approved aircraft 120 225 horsepower. eligibility applicants, for scholarships, must meet following requlie-ments: 1. by june 25, 1940, they recommended institution. 2. tiicy possess currently effective private pilot certificate obtained private- phase 1939-1940 civilian program. 3. scholastic credit least years collegiate work. 4. first secure statement c. a. medical examiner he is satisfied are qualified physical requirements. then pass r examination included attached list. selection students made n board, representative contractor giving stu-donts. 1039-40 institution entitled ono quota ot ten students, selected toko examination, (continued pacrc 3) rigg finds that men are no smarter than women . ahd visa versa as well no doubt you'vo argued this way and that, boys ore smarter than girls or, as the case may be, ,jlrls are boys. mel-vln g. rlgg associate professor of psychology at a. m., made a survey based on iq's tho notional intelligence test to find out difference, if there was on, in sexes. took his summary facts from outcomes 5,009 5,1710 who he found that is appreciable sex difference variability, an old idea bellevid some years ago men arc more intelligent women two different lines evidence. first sociological observation famous .' u . ' , 'fw-t ; men outnumber famous women and that there arc more than in feebleminded homes, tho other line came from various mental physical measurements. f the first lino of argument, rlgg points out, possesses little scientific value, have beer under necessity making careers for themselves consequently hod greater opportunities achievement. even measurements test is conflicting depends largely on whlci measure variability used however, rlgg's. study, h would contend nt great variance between two so don't let boys kid you nex time, girls. france surrenders to germany sunday iiy monday 4 with the franco-italian armistice at 5:35 p. m. yesterday becoming: effective, nation of france virtually became a territory axis. peace came about quickly as gerniait terms had already reduced to stricken dependency conquerors. ad. lph hitler's terms of armistice to france were revealed sunday. .surrender all armaments, including the french fleet, nnd turning over germany ill channel ports (from which attacks on england could be launched) are included in twi-nty-four articles tho terms. troops nre lay dowh their arms and firing will cease six hours after italians have notified german g vcrnmi -l that nn has ben rent. d by italy. anions; arc these: except part l:lt free for safeguard interests colonial empire shall collected specified, demobilized disarmed under gnrmnn or italian control. government solemnly declares it lias ho intention using its own pur-roses during war fleet stationed control those units necessary coast surveillance mineswocping. kxcept fpr port (to bo determined), destined protection nil ships out-hide territorial waters must recalled france. nojcronch aircraft is leave ground. aerodromes lie placed undrr foreign unoccupied territory tie handed authorities. occupied area rights occupying power excluding local administration; afford facilities. redudce n minimum occupation western const cessation cf hostilities with great britain. choose itself seat govrrnmcnt non-otcu-picd even transfer paris if desi'rd. naval, military air force (continued page 2) 'symposium on democracy is held here white, thomas,, hawkins discuss ; social knots t r the members of tho education ! workshop, which has been set up for purpose making a study oklahoma high school cur- ' tlculum, heard prof. george h. white ot english deportment, 1 dean raymond d. thomas of. commerce, and dr. 2 glenn b. history department lead symposium - "what shall we do about dem-t ,ocracy?" thursday at p. m. in (continued page 3) holiday classes will be dismissed thursday, friday, and saturday, july 4, 5, ad 6. the resumed monday, 8. on 1 3, which would have met 5 held same schedule. food units tho college cufolorin will bo doted july 4. willnrd dining hall be closed 4, ft, 0 and 7 but .those having t'kcts for the on r, it nnd may use thorn nt cafeteria. two women in crash monday iwiss dorothy hopkins, secretary to county home demonstration arciii alndra alicrnathy, and miss mary crunk, who is employed mrs. ahernathy's home, were painfully injured moraine about 0:20 o'clock when the car which they rldhik collided with another machine on itlrlnvay 400, mllrs nortu or stillwater, overturned. taken shuwmer municipal hospital wher treated for numerous cuu bruises. however, it was not believed their injuries serious ami nttandants said probably would be dismissed from some time afternoon tuesd.ty morning. ii. c rowland, perry, chivor of other involved crash, received minor nnd nt tho hospital. he after receiving treatment. city officers hay bennett wnrrcn graham aided highway patrolmen investigation. investigation indicated riding turning left across enter driveway at homo l. e. ilnun, north city. struck, ho said, by rowlond's traveling south toward stillwater. hopkins cronk overturned collision, both machines heavily dnmnged. one cars, nl wore riding, owned abcr-nothy. c.p.a willhoia first state meet here june 27, 28 a. and m. 0. u. faculty members are hosts of conference to bring about a better understanding cooperation between public accountants nnd instructors who train future accountants, the annual meeting oklahoma society ccrti fled will be held on college campus, 27 28. accounting staff at from university oklahomn conference, which alternately stillwater norman campilies. one hundred dclogntcs nrc expected for this year's meeting. dr. raymond d. thomas, deari "-chool commerce, wjll give tno welcoming address. george mccowen, tnd k. staff, spoak modern trends emr phnsis financial conditions business. c. krntz, business law instructor, describe effects administrative upon legal profession. taxation problems in tho oil industry ore scheduled discussion. t. dwlgkt williams howard w. hih-man, ot city bis featured speakers second day's program. is former secretary board accounting. . summer session intellectuals are here to get everything that's said the intellectuals have come and in self defense regular students hnvo to take cover pour ovor complicated toxts. yes, tho summer crowd is different that many otjicr respects most obvious crowd's nppoaranco as n group: arc oldor, dead car-nost, thoy'ro less drossy, very little tnsto clothes, ovcr- j dress when they attond campus programs, of nil love recite class. goes into notes difforlng seriousness can ' best be shown by current joke. if nn instructor comes ills class during term says "good morning" return greeting , kind but class, the summer intellectuals write it in their notes. perl-ops cxploinod by tho fact that teachers have so httlo time to take for professional programs during winter is ovtdtnt pleasure and appreciation of allied arts series. rut students an ovorsupply entertainments are merely bored throughout programs. intcj three classes or wintor, howevor, there nrc classifications people audience fall in: those who've hod much botor they compare tholr past with tht program then progress, who like if it's really good but won't listen bad, had batter type cntortalnmont (continued on page 3) reynolds selected on all-american youth orchestra creech reynolds, junior violinist at oklahoma a. and m. col-lego from stillwater, was this week to piny in leopold stok-ow&kl's ali-amoricnn vouth which will tour south america summer. nnd myer bollo, city are tho only okln-homons who wore for honorary orchestra, be made up of 107 youthful musicians. group begin rehearsals washington, d. c, juno 20 one month later, july 24, mnke tholr first american nppoaranco. the cities troupe is scheduled appear arc s?u juan, cludad trujlllo, rio do janeiro, sao paulo, uuonos tiros, montevideo, rosnrio, mcndoza, santiago, valparaiso, lima, quayaquu panamo, end sept. 18. thirly-six in straight "a" class of 1940 five percent honor roller 7l2 score distinctively thirty-six students made nil averages during the second semester. all on list carried at least 15 hours. students, and high schools they attended arc: milly thomas burleson, seminole; ronald dctoffal, scicnce-vlllo, ohio; william s. may, muskogee; harold j. smith, vcrdcn; maurice clayton taylor, carmen; roliin thayer, mcalester; arnold, ponca city; con-stance jane buchl, tulsa central; taylor laurence burton, central. eldon wilson downs, buffalo; ctls dudley duncan, stillwater; judith fcnton, margie hawkins, oklahoma city classen; robert house, bob mcklnsey, ardmore; james mcneely, jr., sand springs; caroline betty richardson, louis rockctt, jock strode, pawnee; nancy ann biscl, bartlcs-villc; carl blackwcll, stillwater. jean legg, enid; clarence linden, canton; mclba huzlcka, elk john stcnnson, calumet; arthur l. west, trols alice brown, annette herald, cleo earl spongier, ashlct, 111.; charles lucas, gillette, wyo.; alfred reg-rjlcr, ncwkirk; milton sjirinkol, bingcr; bernard summers, pcnns- boro, y. vn.; william worth, elk city and pauline s. drannon, bortlosville.
|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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