Daily O'Collegian, 1965-01-05
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one of america's great university newspapers the daily 0' cgi&gian in its 70th year serving oklahoma sfafo vol.tme 70 number 66 stillwater. okla . tuesday. jan 5. 1995 thoughts of tests mar most vacations by patty musick visions of sugar plums were blacked out nightmares upcoming exams, term papers and last minute assignments as osu's holiday-woary students flocked back to campus finish off the old semester. a few who returned somewhat unwillingly sunday night probably giving serious thought registrar raymond girod's reminder that tuesday is day drop courses or withdraw from school. date conscious dreamers arc already aware in order cash on semester break liberties which begin jan. 20, they must first pass unscathcr through myriad vicious tests snapping instructors. addition, will also be standing line for glimpse at next semester's schedule enrollment packets become available this week. to some, students, however, the first monday of classes was almost like starting a new semester. "it seemed everyone got class earlier morning than before christmas," exclaimed wayne bowers, stillwater sophomore. cliff armstrong, duncan sophomore, said he ready get back, sec his friends and those finals over. others were hardly so enthusiastic about exchanging their holiday goof-off session for two weeks tosting. "i hope they go fast," commented oklahoma city senior nina young. some students did make use break intensive catching up as indicated by comparatively heavy student attendance noted library officials during vacation. typical comment from several vacation study variety dec finch's version, "what vacation? i studied whole weeks!" that center congregation, union, seems have declined somewhat in popularity with advent final tests although part exodus could well be blamed on recent removal snackbar cafeteria. research banquet to be tonight dr. walter m. arnold, assistant commissioner for vocational and technical education in the u.s. department of education, will speak on role at annual dinner meeting oklahoma state university's foundation tuesday evening. guest speaker, a native pennsylvania, received his doctor's degree 1057 educational administration from osu was appointed present position 1961. capacity as commissioner, arnold is responsible supervising national acts training retraining unemployed workers under area redevelopment act. tickets are sale whitchurst 217 until 5 p.m. $2.25 per person. viet nam struggle viewed by leaders washington tfl here's what they're saying about the situation in south nam: secretary of state dean rusk: "we find relatively few among our follow citizens who arc pros-sing us ether to get out or make it a big war. is going require persistence. sen. mike monroney, d-okla.: "i would like see full-fledged senate debate on it." advanced rotc to receive scholarships, more pay in 1966 recent legislation affecting rotc programs at the unlvorslty level will benefit oklahoma state university by end of 1965, administrators osu have announced. one major provisions new law is for scholarships specially selected students in four-year program who may be appointed cadets a roscrvc component, said col. bill j. tutin and james d. berry, commandors osu's army air force detachments, respectively. cadets, agree to serve on active duty four or more years, paid $50 per month during period enrollment up plus tuition, fees, book costs laboratory other expenses. summer camp pay $130.60 month, basic two-year course $78 month. another provision law, signed by president johnson in september, gives rotc graduates who are commissioned as regular officers the $300 uniform allowance traditionally granted of other officer training programs. advanced students must enlist a roscrvc component for prescribed period to be set later, tutin and berry said. also, they agree accept commission if offered serve porlod proscribed service. finally, successfully complete first two years four-year course, or at least six-week summer camp. student falls com-plete declines may ordered active duty his enlisted grade up years, it is obvious that he attempting evade terms of his advanced rotc contract. during world war ii, more than 100,000 graduatos served as commissioned officers in the army, and at least another 7,000 navy marine corps, col. tutin said. "a survey five veteran divisions 1941 disclosed that three-fourths their captains majors were graduates, a clear indication men providing backbone combat leadership company field grade levels," he today, reliance upon this source is greater ever, "for example, year's graduating classes contained 1,000 newly who, they enter ranks active will fill 85 percent required annual input needed to provide junior leaders for today's troops," pokes down l-state in big-8 start, 54-52 oklahoma state, down by eitfht. points with l.'l minutes to play, rode on the back of james kinjr n comeback win over iowa 5-1-52, in overtime at ames, iowa, monday hirht bin kiht cane opener for both teams. king led surja blockiiik several cyclone shots stretch after state hud rone into their delay name. he finished game 19 points. the pokes tied game at 46-all with 3:15 remaining when fred moulder hit a driving layup and larry hawk, fouled same time, free throw. each team had ball two more limes, but could not take advantage. finally got on mechanical error by cyclones minute half to play. coach henry iba elected wait for one last shot. however, gary hassmann's hurried shot from throw line eight seconds left missed went into an extra period. o-statc scored first in overtime off fast break paul labruc. skip next time osu score was 49-46 four minutes loft. but, bob ziegler led back lead jumpers. second made 50-49 three go. then put state up. 51-50, of shots intentional foul, big vandcr wilt wide open king process. tho poke senior both game, even though another bucket just before buzzer. other games, kansas downed oklahoma, 71-00, 6-10 sophomore center roy smith tipped remaining. also, whipped nebraska, 66-50. oklahoma state sophomore cheryl semrad of wau-komis was namod second runnerup in the 1965 maid cotton contest held during christmas holidays memphis, tenn. tho 9-yoar-old coed is a former miss oklahoma. texas christian ' niversity judy hill selected cotton, 89th meeting of congress is in session washington ui - the new convened monday fireworks over leadership pc-sls and legislative rules, with battles looming measures president johnson expected to propose for his "great society." a mood change hopes create party image, house republicans threw out rep. charles a. hallcck indiana ar their floor leader replaced him gerald r. ford michigan. vote was 73-67. itadtrthlp issues were settled caucuses preliminary noon rapping gavels that brought best paid history into session. by last congress, pay members one rises $30,-000 year. it had been $22,500. both stmtt houit, thtrt are intent on getting changes rules. what success they have, may greatly affect johnson's chances some more controversial proposals. generally, efforts rules center making easier break filibuster senate curb power rulos committee, bastion nf conservatism, delay or block legislation. scrapping changos could, at least senate, go many days. a-k students enroll today who have prc-cnrollcd for second semester may complete enrollment in the student union ballroom beginning this week, according to raymond girod, registrar. will be open between hours of 8:30-12 noon and 1-4:30 p.m. tuesday, whose last names begin with enroll. wednesday, l-s t-z enrolled monday. rcginnlng thursday anyone has but missed his specified day also thursday, not prc-cnrolled turn their packets enroll, girod said. these , should check cither wednesday's or thursday's o'collegian an up-to-date closed section list. today's weather warmer temperatures will develop through tuesday in oklahoma. there also tc some occasional drizzle cloudy areas of the state. temperaturos tuosday afternoon should range from 5g to 60 degrees.
|Title||Daily O'Collegian, 1965-01-05|
|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.|