The Daily O'Collegian, 1958-09-25
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t one of america's great college newspapers the rfll d atly1 y comegian ,fs 64th year serving oklahoma state university volume cl-nimber 13 stillwater. oklatthursday, sept. 25, 1958 " & ' , v . leadership institute will get underway tonight in union oklahoma slate university's at 7:150 p.m. thursday with a general session headed by kenneth jicfarland, authority and principal speaker. following the president's dinner g for organization presidents student senate, convene session, then split into various workshops s :30 mcfarland, nationally-known educator and speaker, serves as educational consultant lecturer for the american trucking association general motors corporation. kenneth mcfarland a graduate of pittsburgh stale college in kansas, he obtained his master's degree from columbia university, and earned phd education at stanford university. 24 years experience mcfraland, who has as school administrator, is noted for interpretations the philosophy requirements its administration. identified educational field with wide variety please turn to page 6 monroney, kerr to have part in homecoming oklahoma's two unit e d states senators, robert s. and mike accepted appointments serve as honorary chairmen of the celebration here for preston moore, stillwater, newly-elected national commander american legion. event, scheduled oct. a, is expected be one largest stillwater's history, according co-chairman warren cooke c. w. "bill" thomas. thomas predicted that 05,000 persons will visit stillwaer moore homecoming, s w a m p i n g city university housing facilities. hundreds legion leaders from over nation converge on stillwater former oklahoma slate student, who now holds legion's no. 1 office. distinquished quests include please turn page 6 oklahoma and world news briefs by associated press detroit a wave of walkouts across the country crippled auto production wednesday as contract negotiations bogged down anew. more than 71,000 were idled about 32,000 in general motors plants; 18.000 ford, 21 'iimi chrysler. beirut, lebanon lebanon's new president gen. fuad c'luhab stepped deadly outburst civil warfare here with heavy tank troops. night he named former rebel leader, rashid karami, his premier. nineteen killed day's communal fighting between christians moslems. little rock, ark. violence erupted tense rock while federal judge promised ruling thursday on private schools operated public money keystone south's hopes to block racially integrated classrooms. group negro youths beat three white ninth graders. mother charged that 9 or 10 attacked her son two other pupils, 16-year-old was custody juvenile authorities after 14-year-old boy said him. chinese jet fighters battle over formosa taipei, formosa nationalist china's veteran fighter pilots shot down 10 communist chinese migs and possibly six others wednesday in one of the biggest air battles jet age, defense ministry reported. adm. liu hon-tu, military spokesman, said 32 sabre jets more than 100 russian-made mig-17s tangled blazing 10-minute fight that ranged 400 miles along strait. a red plan to lure the nationalists over mainland backfired, he said. all of sabres and their american-trained equipped pilots returned safely. no nationalist loss victory ran nationalists' string claimed air kills 25 migs shot down six probables without plane since quemoy hostilities erupted aug. 23. at first said 11 planes were wednesday but later they revised figure 10. liu told news conference swarms red-starred communist fighters suddenly swept 10:40 a.m. on patrolling tried cut off retreat toward formosa. obvious attempt "they force our mainland," "it was an manufacture evidence for claim that united states we are responsible tension in formosa strait." spokesman explained "tried west by providing easier exit hope shooting one or more mainland. if had succeeded would have attacking mainland." father to fraternities greek week s unsung hero disguised as assisfanf dean i with the start of eighth greek week on oklahoma state university campus, assistant dean men darrel troxel can add another success to his many unacclaimed medals. made its debut (he campus at same time that "trox," as he is affectionately and respectfully called, became men. "greek activities vary but here it gives greeks a chance get together for work training," "trox" commented. national originator was late john moslcy, sigma alpha epsilon officer. program constantly undergoing changes last year panhcll-! enic joined interfraternity council in sponsoring workshop. this year, has been added long list queens, athena be crowned dance. band jimmie dorscy will provide music. from the time sorority and fraternity pledges members converge upon stillwater churches darrel troxel sunday through a week of exchange dinners, panel discussions to formal banquet and dance, the personable man with big grin will be everywhere at once. troxel has been much more than fraternity adviser during past seven years. he father away from home for many pledges members. pledges, who are having difficulties adjusting life, presidents, all turn "trox." when problems pop up within chapters outside advice is needed, assistant dean's office where usually hashed out. former political science instructor (1917-50) finds most his time occupied by men. interfraternity council associated phases system, including leadership, rush, public relations scholarship. "trox" always best interests "his men" heart whether it's girl friend difficulties, please page 6 psychiatric counseling available to students oklahoma slate students are the only in state who have a psychiatric section to which they may refer their problems, according dr. boyd lester, head of out-patient service at university medical center, city. is open any student by arrangement with infirmary receptionist, or an doctor. appointments be made for afternoons monday through thursday. hoxie a. weber, director health service, college years best seeking out problems faced. most fall into pre-adult category, and find transition difficult, creates problem pattern treated during its early stages. weber stressed fact that mental concerned not treatment, but prevention emotional disturbances. staff four doctors scheduled afternoon sessions throughout year. these psychiatrists men from psychiatry department school, work cooperation infirmary. now it possible experiencing interpersonal relationships short- term counseling necessary to develop maturity valuable in handling the problem and future problems. infirmary began its psychiatric consultation service 1955 alter 13 years of planning by dr. weber her staff. 1942 asked henry bennett, then university president, consider possibility adding a psychiatrist staff, but world war ii intervened, shortage qualified doctors prevented anything from being done. 1955, lee freed, consultant staff member at medical center, conferred with weber, oliver willham, roy gladstone, associate professor psychology, l. j. west, head phychiatry department oklahoma for an extension state began. section opened two giving half-day each week ia now capacity is doubled, offering lg-hour section. plans include larger section, eventually full-time unit. three operation, have managed aid over 350 students. dairy science queen contest starts season oklahoma state university's multitude of contests will get underway for the 1958-59 year thursday night, as 1." coeds vie title club :ueen. competing coveted meet at 7:30 p.m. in student union chinese lounge judging. to roses winning coed receive a spray and reign over during year. contestants include sandy baldwin, city sophomore, alpha chi omega; melva welsh, llelene delta pi; sue hansen, mission, tex. gamma phi beta, bonnie fisher, dishing omega. contestants listed other coeds vying for the title are mim oesch, c junior, pi beta phi; shai.; oi tulsa sophomore, kappa delta; r i fran ziegler, zcta tau alpha. also barbara sellers, pryor sophomore and janet berry, stillwater senior, murray hall; karen brow-ers, oklahoma city rita bennet, miami nita murphy, willard hall, carolyn d e a n g, arnett stout hall.
|Title||The Daily O'Collegian, 1958-09-25|
|Subject||Oklahoma State University-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 State University, 1924 -|
|Relation||The Daily O'Collegian|
|Rights||Copyright 2011 Board of Regents for the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges. All rights reserved.|