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B ht A d H - Southeastern Oklahoma State University
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'College Students '~Who's Who'' Nt11J1es College UPerclassmen
Twenty-three Southeastern State elementary education major from
been chosen Durant; Waura.ne Foster, math-,
Who's Who ematics major from Idabel
Among Students In American Col~
legea and Universities, John T . 1 Bar~ara G~dy, English major
Krattiger; dean of students, has fro~ Tempi~, Kenneth Goach,
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mUSic ,education major from DeniTife 23 students, all of whom son, Texa
l s; John Griffith, English
~ect to be graduated from major from_ New Albany, Ind.;
. Southeastern by the en4 of the ~atsy Hams, elementary. educaSUinlJler term, were nominated by tton ptajor ~m Daisy.' Fran
a faculty -committee following ~rtn~s, busmess education mal recommendations by students and JOr fi'Qfl Durant.
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EIJl!llett H~dgins, elemen~
Those chosen are Norvin Allen. ed_uca~n- maJ~r from ~kchito;
sp,eech major from Idabel; Jim Milam King, history maJOr from
• Amerson, _ il\dustrial arts major Ch~ot ; De&:n Lafevers, history
from Healdton· Annie Astoli. maJor \from Milburn; Dorothy Me.. elementary ~duc~tion major from J?aniel .. elementary education rnaOrange, Calif., Bud Bahner, in-: JOr from_ Duran_t; John Me~.
dustrial arts major from Ardmore. mathematics maJor from Madill;
-Norma Case, elementary educa- Dan_ N;utter, history. major from
tion major from Atoka; Betty J?eruson! Texas; Jan Owen, EngCrosslan~ Engllish major from lish m~J~r fn;>m LB;wton; and PatCaney; Roxie Doyle, elementary sy Pe;;~ mUSlc maJor from Calera:
e<Jucation major from Indianola;
Sel ·on is -based on BcllolarBillie · Easter, business .education ship, leadership, • and potential
m~jor'from Bokchito; Madge Fort, qualiti«f of service as citizens.
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that. may eh.ulp the IDdustrtal world. Reporter AI Riley seems sHgbtly bewildered by the wllole affair. · _
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campus Friday~ for the third an- ture of the southwest .and of Oknual poetry festival.
lahoma., ·one of the selections chosMan, did you see those scroun- ; Registratipn iS scheduled for 9 en for .a mixed chonJ.S is by _a
ges and thOse luscious dolls at the a . m. m "th.e administration build- state pqet._ The 9klahom_f lyric ~
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. ye.sterday? Was that 8.11. fing. President A. E. Shearer will Don Blllnding's Death fYfa God.
uly man contest or a dog show? I wefcome 1;,he .visitors.
lllterest a~-· .
Blue Key reports that nearly: · Choral reading of suggested rnaMembers of the English departterials1 s e n t to participating who i~'tiated the poetry festival
everyone was nonunated, faculty schools in advance· of the festival, as an experiment two years ago
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will be fe{Ltured, Ruth Hatchett, are pleased with its development,Here are the ten finalists: Jim English .professor and festival sup- Miss Hatchett said. Increased at"ugh" Amerson, Bu<! · "the, stud". ervisor, ;explAined.
tendance and interest marked ~
Bahner Bob "peepers" CWmlng. Boys .BelecUODet
year's meeting and a greater mham, Hoot "turkey" Gibson. Bob
Narrati-ve P9etry and selections · crease fit expected this year.
"po1¥1um" Hoskins, Charles ·~goph- particularly suitable for male preFolloWing a noon luucheQil in
er" Irwin, Bill "beaky" Jones, Bill sentition wjll be included for the Hallie llcKinney hall and a short.
"jowls" McCarthy, G. W. "_G arry first Ume this year. The selection attem~ session. the students.
Warren" McVay, and R. E. "rufus" chosen for a boys chorus i8 Mary will visit the colle&'e Ubrary.
Shearwood.
Austin•a "Lament of a . Man for I
(See 'l'WO--J'ale 6)
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By AI Blley
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er 11,1ore, the Cow may
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become the center of an lndus.-trial . revolution.
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Southeastern homecon}jng will
1 t 16 it_a eadler atage it was dubb- be "Saturday, Novembe.r 19.
IG ''BtoucJlton'• Kouter'' by felOrganizations on the campus
low student. at Texaa. RecenUy tt have plans well under way to
baa been naJDel!l "the Cow" by make this years homecoming a
Dr. L. 0. :aloqaD. ,cbem!atry pro- successful event.
tuaor at the Unhenllty of Texaa,
To start the activities, a parade~
and'"it aeeDUI Uaat this name Will through town will take place at
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11 a. m. Organizations will enter
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floats which Will _ cOmpete for
Brougllton'a role will be. in- prizes. They wt11 be judged on
veatlp.tiDt the problems of elec- ey~ appeal, originality, and ap- l
troplating - ~ metal on propriateness to the theme.
Dickel or 8teel ill the ame manThe student senate has selected
ner as chromium. Tile reeearch, a "Fairy Tales" for the theme this
three year project. wu ~ year.
• · and conducted by the Atomic' EnFollowing the parade, a lunch• · ercy commtwon, and wu under eon will be held in the Hallie Mel a grant from than until Jut year. Kinney hall aining room at 12
Now Soutbeutern baa taken noon for former students.
over the apouonblp and hall turThe main event of the day will
· niahed much of the equipment.
take place when the Southeastern
. The myaterlowtlituatlon 18 that Savages meet ' their opponents, the
tungsten and chromium bave the East Centn.l Tigers, on the footsame chemical cbaracterl8tlca, but ball field. The kickoff is schedul·
the proce• that worb for chrom- ed for 2 p. m. The football queen
"!ul falls for tunpten. Al8o, after w1U be crowned during half tiJne
much research tbe proceaa for ceremonies at the game.
electroplating chromium _ 18 aWl
After the game, a reception for
unknown.
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alumni ~ be given by Faculty
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Dames in the lounge of Hallie MeThis is where Broup~ and Kinney hall. .
the Cow take over. Fl1wt he muat
To cl1max the day, a dance
find out why, and under what sponsored by the student senate
condition, tungsten wfll depolit on will take place in ·the college ballnickel or steel. It JDeCbantam room.
could be found for tunpten, a
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clue would ~ establlahed for
chromium deposition.
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to how the investigation should
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The Southeatem band held an
be conducted at SSC.
election of officers September 28.
This is a very ambitious proThe newly elected officers are ,
gram, because it requires more president, Frank Rickard; vice 1
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elaborate equipment than most president, Aaron Townsend; and THE GROUP PIC'I't1RII:D 18 TID: THE .JAZZ COMBO
bae receatly been fo~ed. Altboap tile
types of research. Radio tracer secretary-treasurer-reporter Judy outfit 11M been together Oldy a abo~ Ume, It 11u already 1IIIMie II8Venl appearailces. These Include BlUe
techriique is employed, which re- 1McVeigh.
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1 Key's ugly man contest allow aad t\to eooeerta at the Daruat· .Jualor Jalllaecllool..
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quires the use of radioactive
The band .has been very active
'l'be ~mbo is apoaeored by the Beta Gamma colony at sse, aad the musl~s a re all members of
• · chemicals and a very aensitive on the campus this year. They that colony. Its scope lDcludee playlug for. tbe_ co!«Jay twleUODB and perfonu~g for chartty-~lve work
· scaler. The 8C&Ier ill a · Geiger have received thankS for their help and non-profit campus, Pf'OII'IYDL ' . ·
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counter bullt here at sse.
at all the pep rallies and at the·
Members of tile combo are Deaa-,CJoonrod, plano; · .Jolla Gllffttll, bua; Ken Goacll, di'1UllS and
(S.ee ONE, Pap I)
Ihome games.
sax; and Bob WeddeD, trai'IPfJt
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f'lae 80Uf'BBAS7'ERN. Durtlllt. OltlahoiiUI
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NOVEMBER
To Direct
Choral Festival·
LQoking At Both Sides
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Official oqan of tbe
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CoDese UeocJ&tion publillhed Illweekly during every month 10t the
year except June, J"uly and Auguat
a t Durant, Oklahoma. In the Inter:
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Durant, Oklaho~. and of )higher
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AMBULANOE -VICE
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GREEN SPRAY
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announce the engagement of their daughter, Lou Etta,
~- Milam M. King' jr., Checotah.
3 'he · coupl_e will be married In
the -First ¥ethodist church, Bokchito; December 26 at i :30 p. m.
. LQu~ a g~duate of Bennington
highschool,· is a sophomore at
Sc?~theastern, majoring in business education. She ia a member
Qf Pi Kappa · Sigma social soror~nnington,
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!4ilam attended Checotah highschool, and was graduated from
Oklahoma Military a,cademy. He
-i.'l a ·-senior at Southeastern, and
will receive :his degree in .January.
l;le is president ofJ the student
senate,.- president of Phi Alpha
The~, histoey fra~Aity, a member of the Pfii Si~ Epailon 1110cial fraternity, a member of Blue
Key honorary- fraternity, and Red
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, Red . Rose, men's fellowship or' "TAJtiQI,Y STYLE" dellerlbes tbe way tile lleellll&'• go to college. In .the picture above are tbe three 1p.nization. ~
.Keeltnl' brotben,--Bob, Hoy, aad ..-,-eac~ tllell' ... !;er Joyce. .
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The latest trend of enrollment iety of interests. Bob and Roy, ·, charged from ~e armed force&
grad.uate 'W~Fk.
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according to the Keeling&.
acienoe and math, respectively. I footsteps of their .father who is a
Four members of the Keeling Joyce is pUl'BUing an eleme~tary teacher at Wade, their homet9wn. 1 JUIIIILR.Inilll ...
family, Bob, Don, Roy, and .Joyce, major and Don is majoring- t.n in- I Anybody care to · guess what ~
are enrolled th1a aemeater at dustrial arts. The latter ~o are Mrs. Keeling c;loes on weekends?
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This fo6rsome has a wide<' varBob and Don were recently dis- her life's demre.
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Waurane Foster wu elected
president of Kaypa Delta PI, national education fratenrlty, at it.
World-My Life-Now"
fir~e:g::n~o:_.:rc:
1 wiU be the theme of the Oklaho- cuued.J The initiation . c:tiJmer wu
ma . Baptist Student convention eet for >November 21.
• for 1955, aaid Waurane Foster,
Th~ invited to join were ~
Th girls f Ha1l1
Jocal BSU preaiqent.
Bostic . Loxia Cockrell, OWe Jeaa0
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e McKinney, · The . COQ.Vei!tion will t»e\ iNovem- ne Co~er, Betty CrosslaDd, Roxie
hall let their hair down and 'had ber 4-6 at the First Baptist church Jlgyle, Eurith Erwin, Letha Jo
j a gay old ~e Wednesday night. i_!.l Norman..:
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Gail Sammona 'lf&a in charge of
The goal of Southeastern's BSU Ken G$ch. Patsy llarrl8, Travl8
the' recreation. .Juat ask
Os-, ia to. bave ~ people attend the Hyde, !Milam King.. Dean La-
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. Plana for Sip& Tau's boaae- 10~ R. Bridges will be host at the
coming activiiles are well under · emoker,
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Ow WMII Day
for the JIM'8de aa4l membere are
The Taus proclaimed Oct. 22 as
expectiq a winning float thill national car wuh ~-If you hapyea,r. '
P.enjlld to pua Jimmy Lee'a station,
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The ldghUghts of laomecorning you mlgbt have aeen the ~ ·borne, Sarah Gu.zick, or Jane Par- c:onvealiOn. .
Fevers, .fBetty Lou llaurer, Pb7IUIJ
will be a amoker for al~, mem• scramble fill Horman Villarreal due how to play "Dentiat"-Thei .· ~rtiLtion and housing are I Meek, and Patay Pen.
bera, sponaofS an• pledges. The and Phil McKinzie on the wash love lt!
]>ro~ded. The only aollt will be ; - - ' _ _ _....__ _ _ __
smoker will Jte held in .u.e Dunm~ rack; pledg• ahfntng dirty winRel
th
rder f ' th for food. -Anyone who attends
hotel tmmedlately folloWing the 1dows; or Joe Houaton on the bust- · night,a\~t w;r~: ~ ..:cwed~' and is interested in ping ahoul_ l .~¥ THE
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foo~ ga.ute.
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after playing "Spin the Box.'"'· ~toe W..::~'!.-2! WUma
. Everyone affiliated with Sigma
Dan Nutter, trea..urer and inatl- •Even the housemoth~rs got in on, , qg '
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Tau. la urged -to ~ preaent. The gator of tbe deal, reported very that one-Brother, what a ' race!
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Two skits were given-one a\.·.
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too anx1ou11 to be otf to the wem- hilarioua take-off on Cinderella· .
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- written and directed by Kathryn
Mrs. Lillian S!UppeJ'8. southwest
WeiDer Baeat
West. Edith Reidt portra~d the district president of Alpha SJgma
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.James "Pudgy'' Bowers, apon- ["petite, graceful. femlninef' Cin- j Tau-will be on the SOutheastern
.ar and ho.t at the weiner roaat, derella; Joyce Keeling was the .campus November H5 tO inspect
had nearly all the hot dop to eat 'tall, maniy, suave" prince; and Rho Chapter, . aid Joan Bouk,
blmeelf. When members arrived . Jan Owen was the fairy god- l cbapter president.
with their ~ the designated 1 mother with her tennis racket 1, ~~ 'will arrive froDJ. st. Louis
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The other skit was splendidly las by .a gi_'O~p of Aldha Sigs.
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decided he didn't ~t to g~ to· done by Tommy Payne, Edith • ~rs. .Shippen will lit a guest at
a weiner rout, especially do~ the· Reidt, and .Jan Owen. (If there
~ Founder's· Day program to be Headquarter$ for College
road.
' a stray talent scout arout:ere presenttfd by the cbapter Friday
Students
lt aeema th1a wu a come anq are some hams!)
- night_in the private dining room
go party. l'ollowing the chow the
Since the party was o
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Alpha $igma Tau . , . founded
Feel At Hom~ TG L~~~VA
for an eventna of dancing.
even though the Haloweeny flavor Novembq 4, 1898 ill Ypsilanti,
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wore off, tbere ~e a ftw cute Mi~higan ~d llas 32 coUegt&te 1, Phone 951
130 MaiD St.
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H~ttoii
routed ~uta, and cokes wete·
senred to a, hungry bunch of
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A foll year's subscription to any
began ,tn the pitch-dark
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a light flasJled upon the group.
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that it was time for an young
and Gifts
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ghosts to be in bed-so we 'r attled
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Sinister New GroUp Three Murals Sociology Students
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WESLEY GROUP BAS
FIRESIDE CHATS
Threatens Bachelors By SS Artists learn What's Behind ':oe:~ro:t~:~d~!::id:S:~{t.:
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'll Jhose Phone (·alis
Bough By Op\J
Bachelors b e w a r e ! or the
SPBOM will get ¥OU. As a bonafide confirmed b~chelor I feel it!
is my duty to warn· my fellowmen
about a sinister organization on
(and off) the campus.
This sinister group is thorough-'
ly organized and dedicated to , the
restriction or downright abolishment of the freedom of men.
Men, it is not for us to panic at:
this threat to our inalienable
right. Nor is it a time for viol-.
ence-yet. We must stand strong
in the sterling beliefs of bachelor•
hood. Although it is r a woman's
duty to catch a husband; it is a
man's right to stay single as long
as possible.
The challenge has been given,
the guantlet thrown. Bachelors,
stand firm. Stay bachelors, and
this organization will be for
naught. The Society for the Prevention of Becoming an Old Maid
will fail miserably. Hoo-ray foil'
the freedom of man.
Greetings Children:
Having for quite some time admitted that we were the moat
popular columnist in these parts,
we have Rt last taken cognizance
of the demand for a letters to the
<'olumnist feature. So here goes.
Dear D. C.How come, if the Daze is such a
:good column, you don't have no
humor in it?
ANS. So what do ya want for
nothptg?
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Why don't you start a campaign
for better music on the juke ln
the cofshop ? Darold Dingle, Rt.
History Group Plans.
November Initiation
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Members of Rho Chapter of Phi
Alpha T)leta, honorary historical
Most Revereil and Venerable ·Sir: society, ljllet Monday, Octobew 24,
Greetings f. r o m
Hollywood, in the home of Dr. James Morlahoma. I have a suRe.nttos;ie.,
rlson with president Milam King
Oklahoma! I have a · suggestion:
Why don't you print a ''Letters to
thP. Columnist" oncet:'
Yours for Libby, OWen, Ford. •
T. J. Smerd
Howdy, bub:
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Thought I'd drop a line to let
you know rm feelin flne. Hope
you are too. Just want you to
know that what this acllool needs
is a good five cent piece of pte.
I'm tired of E' ting cake, Marte
Antoinette to
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Joel L
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&00 Montgomery Drive.
a
!Hallowe'en party · Wednesday
: night, bctober 26, in the student
I union ba],lroom.
Three mural painted by South:
R. W. Fleak, along with five of 1 The weekly firealde chat , held
eastern State ollege art students 1 hi~ spciology students were guests by Wesley foundation started at
have been purqhased by Oklahoma 1of the Southwestern Bell Tele- 6:30 with the group joining in a
Presbyterian cpllege. "These mur.:. phone c.o mpany recently and were discussion on a few pertinent
als
willS&ld
h_ang
the
college
~ining 1 taken on .>a . tour
of the plant and religious questions. Dan Batchelor,
hall,"
Amy
Robmson,
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who made the central orfice m Durant.
Methodist youth director, led the ·
purchase.
Owl, Bascom I They saw the plant in operation discussion.
Melson and
. Bornoski w~re 1and watched traffic department
The group also participated ln
the painters
the murals.
complete both local ll;lld long dis- a few folk games which we~ fol1
Another
:woject o{ lance calls on the swttchboaJ:d.
lowed by refre9hments of cupCak•
the art
Y,e an ex- ~ Harry Arfstrom, manager of the and apple cider.
hibit of
and modern Jap~ Durant office, talked to the group , Tonight's fire-side chat will be
anese prints.
department has a :1d explained how the · telephone held in the home of Nancy Ratalready sent
the prints and company contributes to the econ- cliff, 1402 North Second, at 6:30
they should
here in the very, omy of Durant. There are 76 local p . m. All are invited.
near future," said Miss Minnie employees. &nd 56 of this number 1 - - - - - - - Baker, art
.
are operators. The payroll for
The
be Of\ sale dur- j these &mployees totals over $19.1
ing the
The public is 000 a month.
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featuring
invited to
and see them.
The op rators complete on the
average 23,000 locals calls and ap• Tuag
proximately
850 long distance
presiding.
· calls daily.
DuBarrg
During the meeting they ~is- 1 • Jack H. Davis, wire chief, and
cussed plans
the approachmg j Ruth Alley, chief operator. helpI
initiation of
new pledges De- ed conduct the group through the 1
cember 2. A
was pla~ed for j plant and .explained its operation.
November 5
R~se H1ll, his_
torical site.
The
elected Dr. Mor- Doctor: I don't like the looks of
rison to ,...,,,,...,....,,n the chapter in
your husband.
Phone 1730
119 N. 8rd
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convention to Lady: I don't either, but he's good
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WHAT'S THIS?
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Afte1
first te
the Soli
ed for
first JHi
second
to rou1
Friday
It WI
bles a9
the SaJ
ing fla.
minuteJ
at one
yard lil
downs.
Aftet
forcing
got pos
qwn 11
muster
,. Bayne
down.
A Io1
past B
the fi
they to
yard lil
John!
back, a
a,• - the ext
were 01
Four
second
in tron
dog tol
pulled i
and we
87 yard
touchd
ed the
ages t
Sou~
times f
them a
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In tli
quarter
aation&l
son Pel
touehdCJ
the
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aware that th!i!re are, perhaps,
some deficiencies in thle wonder ot
wonders. What this 8Cbool needs
is man.i nly what every other school
needs, namely more ot this column.
Onions and Orchidll: Onlorut to
the person who has
upsetting
the nocturnal engagements of the
residents of Shearer ball Th08e
firecrackers will have to go. That
is all. Orchids: To the carnation
growers society of Iri8h potato
peelers.
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•ENT BUNG~? TAKE DELTOID
BICEPA'S
MUSCLE
CORSE, AND YOU TOO CAN BE
extJ
been
A BULLY!
by now,· d. c.
Phon
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In addition to seeing special literary ~xhibits prepared for them,
the students will have an opportunity to view the current. art
work. The series of paintings is being exhibited by the college and
the Durant Festival 'Of Arts
through membership in the American Federation of Arta, New
York.
The original rnaaterpi6ce, which
ls the November selection and is
being br6ught here from the Art
· Instftue of Chicago, 1a the 18th
century Italian work, "The Beg·
ger Boy" by Giovanni Battista
Piazetta.
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absent-minded Lucky smoker. Poor girl's been swamped by too many phoue calla.
But
isn't confused abput better taste- she smokes Luckie&. Lucldes taste better,.
first of all,.because Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. Then "Ifs Toasted" tO taste
even·~ ••• cleaner, fresher, smoother. Swif:ch to Lucky Strike yourself. You'll
say it1s the best-tasting cigarette you ever smoked-and you won't have your ·
wires
either.
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DrooCDe aoid miDe. We pay $26
for all we u.e-aud ·for a Whole
raft we don"t u.l Seud ~w
DroocUe. with de.criptive titlee.
IDClude yolll' name,~ colleae aDd cia. and tbe oamellllll
acldn. of tbe deal. m yoarcoiJep town from whom ~ ~
~ IDOIIt often. ~:
Lucky Droodle, Bo~ 67 A.
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Bulldogs Deal Wanted: .S upport ·
Sn~g&s Travel To Maanola
Crushing ·Blow "Let's back up our team." How •Cfften do you hear _'F·or'SecOnd Arkansas Match
statement? It appears that this 8aying
with
.
··ro Savage$ thisbutthe statement
about the weather. Everyone talks about it,. ,
no one does anything about it.
I5 p k' N c1
1
~oincides
The downhearted Savaa:
n~y · to
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Ma:gno1la,
Ar
jour
~day
The lack of team support at SSC seems to be a combi- ~::.~~e~:kS::~~g ta~ ~
t:":tSo~th~:~~ ~~'::Ue:: nation of fair-weahter fans and "suitc~e,: st~de~ts. ·The . num~r two. against fi e losses
ed for one touchdown late in the j first category backs the team only when It IS wmnmg. The and one tie.- .
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first period, ~our more scores in the second group heads for home as soon as the last Friday • On~ pr~~~~~
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stecondtqutharters, an~ the5n9 W
enth
on
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class
is
out.
This
leaves
our
team
to
play
the
game
.with
~g:~
eke~
~ut
a
6
to
o
'wm
over
o rou night
e
avages
-13 ere support f rom a meager crow d compose
· d mam
· l y of D uran t Ouachita.
. T~?-ey are hopmg
.
to t urn
Friday
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d h'Igh SC h 00 1 k'd
· .
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trick again Friday night.
It was the same story of tum- a U S an
1 s.
·TheSavages will be working
bles and mistakes which have cost
I found that most of the football boys were qmte hard othis week as they try once
the Savages
all year long. Play- concerned over it. One first -stringer told rne1 "I was used agaiJ;t to pull over 'into the win
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~~!:' ~f\~~g~e ~e ~T!agt: to lack of spirit from playing ball in the service,. But even C91~. Thteyf _willth·~ ~9·tglto3
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at on~ tune drove to Bull~ 15 t ere t. e
s carne ou
see us. P ay.
shellacking by Southwestern last
yard lme. only to lose the
on
Th1~ problem poses a senous threm: to our team weekend. It iS hoped they can
downs.
morale. It may not be evident, but they hear your cheers find..a victory for~ula. .
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and know someone is pulling for ·them.
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After holding Southwestern and
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· ~. vember 11, they have a home game
forcing them to kick, the savages
LetS back our team. I 1 try, ow a .o u you· , ·
with the Ardmore airbase team.
got possession of the ball on their 1
- John ·Griffith.
· " -'----·--.....-. After being outmanned in the
te~e
steve Paskorz, Russellton, Pa.,
was named chief of the Savagettes, girls pep organization, at pep
rally o'n October 20.
Jan~ Pardue, president, crown~
ed P~orz while Savagette membe rs sang "Let Me can You Btc
Chief.'
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Other officers of the Savagettes
for 1955 are Christine Kitchens,
vice .- ~resident; pean McNeely,
secretary-treasurer; and Lynne
Dwight, reporter.
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Le~'s Skate!
qwn 17 yard line but could not
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O'dell Kirby
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Central
Northwestern
Southeastern
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Congested· Corridors DBasketball
B t•
onThe~t eut of e1t7
Cause Escape ·Plan ~oy~ .• eg1n
!jo~'F.:=~o;~
ao~~ec\ W~rk~ng Out .._:~wa~~-;-..:-=
SkaUDgriDk loa.ted
tbe
Ia
hlgbway '70
He.s anyone noticed .U:e
stairways in any of the b1,1ildings
between classes lately? In -case
you haven't, let me ten you something. It's pretty bad. Upon recently being mauled down ~
stairs, and dragged up them, ~
think its high ' time sometJl!.D& ~
done.
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We could of course, jump out.
of the windows, but that wouldn't
be too comfortable. We could alide
down the banistenJ, but 'come to
think of it, thoae are taken t~.
As niy suggestion, I think fireman's poles beside the stairways
should be installed for UBe of the
boys, then the girlS could .have
complete use of the sta.lrB. That
would then relie~e eome of the congestion then girla
the CQuld
atairwaya.
course,
try them
when no one wa8 looking. Kind&
meaky like.
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Anyone else bave any sucgeations? All suggestloDa will be received by the joumaiiiiJD otftce.
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It 1e eia,Joyed by over 11 rnP"•.
The · .1955-56 edition of the people. More people pMUelJIIIte Ia
Southeastern. Savage basketball abiiBe a.a aay ou.er ...-to WilT
team began worko11ts Tuesday, not trt It yoanelff Yo11'11 11e p.4
November 1·. ·
you did.
· The . Savages will swinJr Into
-r
toughe.lt schedule in lilstory
A~ tile Duaat....,...,. llak , _
in,· the month which beg1Da lVDl ~ ·ID air eoDdltaalle4 comwith the pre-aeaaon national tour- fort o a - of U. filleR DoGn Ia
nament at Omaha, Ne~. and allo ao~ OkiMoma.
includes · tournaments m Indiana
We teatare aped~~~
to
and· LQnisiana _p lus ~ea with t h e
dlecllool,
=s
dbj;_. ..._. -Un.tversity .of_ Arkanwas, all before
putleL
the ~Dference ae&IIOD opens.
.
Coach Bloomer Sullivan returns
H For Fall Paa1lelllaa
all ·by.,_t two of his last .years
squad which wu runner-up for
DURANT
the !Ultional championabip p~
aeveral ~e freshman prospects.
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' WB. DBLIVBB
w.
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And then there was the protM.250 sor who was seen at a local lum.000 1ber company loo~g for. the
Pbo~
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·uows HAMPTON OIL
.000 board of education. '
McVay Ends Career As'Piayef. .
But Looks To Coaching Future :
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Ch1ef Of SavageHes
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muster a first down and sent Bob Savage scoring was over for the
•• Bayne back to pWlt on fourth night.
down.
. The Iaat Southwestern score
A low pass from center rolled 1 came with less than a minute 'to
past Bayne and the Bulldogs got play when Donnie McDonald swept
the first break of the game as right end for 11 yards and the
they took over on the Sav. two touchdown. The try for point was
yard line.
blocked.
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_ back, scored on a sneak and added
CONFERENCE RESULTS
the extra point and the Bulldogs
October 11 aa4 11
were out in front 7-o.
So theastern 20 Memphi8 airbase
'Four more quick scores in the
u
20
~econd period put the Sulldoga out Northeastern 13 Southwestern 7
m front 33-o. After the fifth Bull- Missouri Valley 21 !Northwestern
dog touchdown big Ray .Chandler
12
pulled in the kickoff on hia own 13 Central
19 East Central 13
and went down the west sideline
87 yards to score the t1nt Sarip
Oetober 28 and 18
touchdown./. W. Laudermllk added the extra point and the Sav- Southwestern 59 Southeastern 13
Central 21 Memphi8 naval base 6
ages trailed 33-7 at halft1me.
·East Central 34: Murray S~te 0
'.l'blrd Period 8oorell
Northwestern 19 Sterling (Kans.)
Southwestern scored three more
6
times in the third period th give
them a 53-7 lead which they held . CONFERENCE SCHEDULE .
•... • as the third qu.,rter ended.
N~ ' aad -I
In the beginJ'dDg of the fourth Southeaitern at Southern State
quarter W. D. Largin made a 11e11(Ark.)
satlonal catch of a Jimmy Dob- Panhandle AAK at Southwestern
son pua for the l!leCODd Bavage ' Northwestern at East Central
touchdown. Troy Drlv.er'a kick for Central at Northeutem
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BELL PROD·fJ!CTS
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The Savages came out of the
huddle in a quick kick formaInstead of kicking, it was to
Phone 966
109 N. Srd tion.
be a pass to the right end. Me!------------~ Vay was in the fullbac~ position.
The ball was snapped to Jiggs.
He faded to the right to p888,
but the linebacker was too wise
and had the end blapketed. So
Jiggs elected to keep the ball apd
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He cut down field. raced by
the defensive end. Someone CJ!t
the linebacker down and he was
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Colltp ~ aDd tllelr IPOD-:
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A-.tiDg with an educ&Uoul
TV procn.m 11 a project ftlcll
hU beeB added to the .,..ell departmeDt"8 fall llclledUJII.
T!le TV abow, wldch 18 eliDed
'nle Blue Plate SpeCial. wtll be
preeented over K-10 tn tile uear
fUture.
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It is chietly concemed with the
funcUonmg of the · home ecoaomtea department and cOllege cafe-
.... b 5 ki
.or, V'lYiaD ~ ~ to' 8bould tbe problem eftllwally portloa wtll be aufftclellt fell' Ida
n.at.on October 18 tq 11M tbe be 80iftd, a aew IDd1l8tr7 waa1c1 doctoral dlpee.
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movie ""Tile VlrstD Queen." It be ~ 81Dce tunpt.a 18 a- 1 ""BenlD U• the practical work
portr&7'Kf the 111e of Sir Walter' a-tel)' dunlale, one could pro- of IICieDce, Ill that every man, _. •
Ralelsb d111'1q tbe reJBn of QueeD Iduce .ucla oommoMU• u n110r bl8 own oMeUI"e way, and by bUI
Dt•heth.
tllat would Denr ...... oat; ~ COiltrltJute. .otnet.bine Of
A II'OUP of lila Dowu' apeech, c1rtJUDc tocU that would n.lllt ftlue to .,.... fUture 1Cielltl8t.
atudenta wtU preaent a radio pro-, duDID&': and cuttlllg ~ wlddl With the .auptloll of a ftl'7 ffiW
P'&lll at 2:30 eadl Konda)' and would be 8barper &Del lllOI'e .dUr-. mea. web u •"...,..., a 8Cleat18t
Wedneactay afternoon. It wD1 deal able. The proce. woul4 a1110 make rarely . . . bl8 problem eolved
With~ new. and items of col- avallable briPter flntllhM b' or- completely," llroalhton satd.l
lege tnterut.
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Golden ~amed Head
o.!'!;... oc:!u:!.1term!w.~~= SS.C Mathmatics Club
teria.
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ternity, recently elected otftcen
and four sse students b&ve been
elected to executive pomtiona.
Norvin Allen is president and
J:ciward Gordon vtce-preeldent.
theOwen,
otheraecretary,
two ke~
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positions down
are .Jan
All right, all right already! At
ease you kata in tbe back row
and we'll kick otf with the ditty
of the week
Ever read one of those rags
they call a hwnor magazine?
Umm, too much t A:Jqway, they
all seem to knock themaelvea out
to clue you in on how nice an the
Hollywood slobs are. You know
man, real nice kats, real homey
like a gob of apple pie. Real normal kats these actors and never a
mention about their cloaeta fUll of
loot. You'll notice a few rucks of
the klops in their levis and pepsodent smiles as ~ey putter around
thp yard real no'rmally like.
Steady -:now, Here's a sample:
A DAY AT HOME WITH MARL~N BRANFLAKES. Marlon, apparently hasn:t let hia two million bucks go to his normal- head,
for he is shacked in a pad that
looks like a two-story out-house.
Marlon looks sexy in hta levis, tahirt, four-day beard, and two
Wflek layer of B. 0.
Nature Boy (spelled backwards
Serutan) is busy pegtng while
trying to down ~e sawd\18t
flakes for a cereal advertisement.
We'll leave Marlon while he ls
being r eal normal, telling our r~
porter why he digs life in the
boondocks and why he doesn't particularly care for girls.
·
~ow we'll take up (ugh) the
typical Hollywood family, Lucille
Bull and Dizzy Arnutz. Lucy and
Diz are up at six a. m. for the
sake of our Silver Scream photographer. They are snarUng at each
other and hitting the jug of Seagrams to keep their eyes open.
''To what do you owe your typical
successful' marriage, Lucy?" says
our r eporter. "Well, when Diz acts
up I just knock him on his cottonpickin' can," smile• Lucy.
We hate to leave this typical
home. Diz is happlly weeding out
the backyard marijuana patch and
Lucy ia blowing feverl8bly in our
roving reporter's eu.
We could go on and on. Like
letters -~o Louella Poasum, ~
famous columnist: 18 It true that
Marilyn Monroe Weal'l!l G. L skivvies? What brand of tooth pute
does Rory Calsmoon uae? Are
those stories true about Liberace?
Does .Jane Russell have an inflated ego T Has Luade really been
running around with Rtn Tin Tin?
Did the Holl)";Yood street cleaners
r eally put in a petition to keep
Trig ger off the streets!
Oh well, we don't have eyes for
any more of thia. Let's chop it off
until next week. So, keep cool (no
sweat) and we'll dig you next
week.
-John Griffith
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Leveret Golden, Ft. Towson, was
elected president of Magic Penta-'
gon, mathematics organization,
when it met in a call business
meeting
25.
GoldenOctober
will succeed .John Means,
and .Julius Kelly, treasurer.
Madill, who reaigned to return to
College Players have al8o elect- the armed forces.
ed their officers for the year. Bill
Plans for a homecoming float
McFatridge holds the chi~ ex- Iwere also discusseQ. at the meetecutlve chair and - Lillian Embree 1ing.
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