The Daily O'Collegian, 1958-10-01
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a-g students' enrollment fees due this week are now for all students whose last names begin with a through g, announced john ilouck, bursar. on file in the bursar's office first floor whitehurst hall and payable there during specified group periods which each student received enrollment. ilouck stated that if student's arc not paid by date indicated group, will be late payment fee of $1 day, up to 3 days, charged. funds available as individuals they can present satisfactory evidence prior nov. 4, may, contacting office, make arrangements defer past their date, said. such deferment, mentioned would service charge $1. warned deferred beyond please turn page 5 t president of kvoo will speak tonight at irc assembly narrating a do-minute film entitled "the soviet union as i saw it," harold stuart, tulsa's and kvoo-tv, to international relations council 8 p.m. wednesday in the classroom building auditorium. who served assistant secretary air force for over two years under truman shot himself on recent trip union. born and reared in oklahoma city, stuart is a 1930 graduate of the university virginia law school where he was on dean's list distinguished students member numerous honorary scholastic fraternities societies. military decorations listed upon graduation moved to tulsa practice law. 1939 became partner newly-organized firm there. three years later appointed judge common pleas court, division state oklahoma, by governor leon phillips. held that position until beginning world war ii when enlisted army air corps for four year tour duty, serving extensively england norway. among his are six battle stars european theatre ribbon, american bronze star, medals from norway one luxemburg. vice-consul of norway besides his radio and television station affiliation, stuart is presently director the tulsa chamber commerce, philharmonic society, inc., exposition fair corporation a member boy scouts america council. politically he serves as for stale oklahoma. also now holds posts airforce association, trustee historical foundation academy foundation. please turn to page 6 one of america's great college newspapers the d a 1 l y o' coliegi an in ifs 64th year serving oklahoma state university volume gl number 17 stillwater, okla., wednesday, oct. 1, 1958 oklahoma and world news briefs by associated press united nations, n. y. secretary general dag hammar-skjold told the u. tuesday he had conditional promises of an early withdrawal slates british troops from lebanon jordan. but declared it was too to predict if arab nations would be successful in living together as good neighbors, they promised. he indicated also that if serious difficulties arose, the middle east situation may again be brought to un as a threat world peace. oklahoma city word was received here tuesday oklahoma's famed 45th national guard not only will remain active but become fully organized five-battle group division. announcement came from 45th's former commander, retired gen. william s. key. key said news confirmed in letter secretary of army wilber brucker who added nation's strengh at 400,000 men 27 divisions. all division pen-tomic units, said. richmond, va. gov. j. lindsay almond jr. hopes move within next few days reopen virginia's integration-closed schools. his forecast conference coincided with request council norfolk where six nine affected schools are located and operate under police power state. taipei, formosa united states is sending huge new landing ships c119 flying boxcars for big chinese nationalist supply push break red blockade quemoy. military spokesman first due this week. 12 japanese profs 7 1 a if g o visit university two-week stay at oklahoma state will be the high point of to united states by professors, wilson bentley, head school industrial engineering and management, announced this week. state's was best proposal submitted international cooperation administration (point four) for showing oriental educators how set up an curriculum. unions educate their people in in- professors arrive oct. 2g dustrial techniques," leave nov. 8. he added. two-week program the will include seven days of lectures and demonstrations, bentley said, three plant visitations in this area. purpose project is to show japanese professors how an industrial engineering run from standpoint undergraduate, graduate, college credit extension program, cooperation with industry non-credit programs. also, representatives outline details between oklahoma state's setup industry. expert on campus are slated so visitors can see engineer used, bently both historical manner unusual jobs they visit classes at state, not learn course content but material taught. "we also have tell them labor interpreters included the two-week program will be conducted under auspices of council for international progress in management incorporated. addition to 12 professors, visiting party include two and a representative council. seven profs wil from universities tokyo, with one each fukuoka, hiroshima, urawa city, osaka nagoya. university visit longest they represent variety fields, including business, industrial management, plant layout, personnel administration, psychology, engineering, economics, social accounting, science technology. oklahoma state is by far stay at any place on japanese professors' six-week tour u. s., bentley said. plan visitations cast as well visits such harvard mit, spending couple days stop. entry date set for homecoming parade floats entries oklahoma state university's float and house decoration competition must be submitted by 5 p.m. oct. 10 to the committee, according phil middleton, chairman. should taken leo elwell of alumni association on second floor student union. copies blanks, rules regulations will available wednesday in affairs building. cowpokes meet falcons preliminary judging held at 8 a.m. nov. 1, before which begins 9:30 judged basis beauty or originality idea, adherence theme work involved. divided into class a fraternity, includes all fraternities with over 50 members; b sorority c greek please turn page 6 ducks scornful of zorro's gift zorro defender humanity on tv has switched roles to aid and abet "duckanity" at oklahoma state university. exchanging his horse for water wings, the mysterious masked-rider transported an outhouse labeled "for ducks" middle theta pond, branded with "z" door. pond seem quite oblivious added fixture in their watery abode, but then "what's sauce goose may not be gander." regulations are told for annual union fair final rules and governing the seventh student fair, opening oct, 10, have been completed, according to ruth ahrberg, vice president of activities board. deadline entering a booth or queen candidate in event is 5 p.m. friday, oct. 3. entries may be scheduled program consultant's office on third floor the union. "any campus organization may enter a booth in fair by contacting program consultant," miss ahrbcrg said. "however, 'fairest of fair' queen contest is open only to candidates nominated men's living groups." purpose explained one provide an event that can be participated all groups on campus. it also provides opportunity for various -benefit financially from proceeds. must meet specifications association women students. these include having been student this institution at least year, completing 24 hours residence and over-all grade average "c." organizations, sponsoring contestant queen's race framed 8x10 portrait candidate. be in the program consultant's office by 5 p.m. oct. 6. but will returned after contest. booth rules explained miss ahrberg that almost any type is acceptable as long it harmless to all personnel and building. "all booths must have an okay from suab before opening for business at 10," she said. "gambling checked prior during fair make sure they are returning a one-four dividend. these also required give small consolation prize losers." two trophies awarded, one unit taking most money other contributing over-all benefit fair. traveling trophy awarded living group sponsoring winner of queens winning candidate featured beauty section state university. kussi3 has resumed lear 0 o on b tests washington russia has resumed its nuclear weapons tests with at least two new blasts, the atomic energy comission said tuesday night. state department promptly termed resumption a confirmation of united states contentions that russia's test suspension announcement last march 31 was propaganda stunt. nevertheless, t h e department said the united states will go ahead with its plans to suspend nuclear tests oct. 31 unless russia holds further explosions after that date. discontinued in spring state department, recalling russia's announcement of last it was discontinuing testing, a statement: "it suspected at time soviet primarily propaganda exercise and there no real intention testing. this now seems be confirmed by event." aec indicated weapons were substantial size. two detonations detected added: north "both took place artie circle moderate high yield." six months ago, winding up an extensive test series, russians announced they suspending tests, but left way open for resumption if britain did not follow suit. western atomic powers balked time, on grounds had been agreement effective detection system prevent cheating.
|Title||Daily O'Collegian, 1958-10-01|
|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|
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