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DURANT, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL l,O, 1929.
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· Twentieth Annual·Southeastern..
Oklahoma Inter-High School
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The merchants of • Durant as in
previous years donate cups and
medals for the Annual Track Meet
which will be held April 12 and 13.
The cups, and medals and a solid gold
15 jewel watch will cost more than
· $1,000
which will be awarded to the
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winners this year. The following merchants are assisting· this year:
Community Natural Gas Co., Democrat Printing Company, Boswell
Haynes Co., Durant Bldg. Loan Association, Oklahoma Gas & Electric
Co., Dyer and Marshall, Perkins Bros.
Co., Commercial National Bank. Durant
Mercantile Co., Durant Nation.
al Bank.
Hale Halsell Co., First National
B~nk, E. M. Evan.s, Locke Pulmbing
Company. V. H. Smith & Co., W : E.
England and Sons, White House Cafe,
Sam Swinney, McElreath Chevrolet
Co., B.
G. Brown &: Co., . Kin1briel
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Drug Co., City Drug Co., Swinney
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Drug Co., F. J. Harle.
Buster Brown ShoP. Co., M. K.
Staton, Severance Hdw. Co., Crescent
Oil Co., Bass & Co., Bryan Coffee
Shop, Petty Furniture ·co., Durant
Ice Cream Co., Indian Territory Bldg
Loan Co., D,urant Nursery, White
House Grocery, Durant Piggly Wiggly
Durant Milling Company.
Ben Siegel, Ollie ·James, Holmes
Funeral Home,
Bob
Malahy,
Liberty
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Theatre, Sutherland Lnm ber Co.,
Perkinson Motor Co., McKtnn~y Hdw
Qo., May Music Shop, Hotel Durant,
Malone Bros., Willhoite Bakery.
Ho.ughton Dry' Goods Co., Lynn Click
Dry Goods Co., Durant Book Store,
Stevens-Pullen Co., Leonard' Floral
Co., Rice Buick Co. Dura.pt Drug
store, City
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THURSDAY,
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A. M. Preliminaries:
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Girls Reading
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Girls Soprano Voice
Boys Extemporaneous
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Story Telling
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Spe~ng Contest
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Tennis, Boys, Girls and Teachers.
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Girls
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Class A Boys Quartet
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Girls Alto Voice
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FRIDAY, '.• APRIL 12.
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9 A. M. Preliminaries:
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Class C .G irls Glee Club .
Class B Girls Glee Club
Class B Boys Glee Club
Piano ..
1 P .M. Preliminaries:
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Class 4 Boys Glee Club
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Class A Girls Glee Ctub
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Class B 'Boys Glee Club .
Clas~ A Band
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SA'l~AY APRIL 13._
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1 P. M. Finals:
9 A. M. Tenni$
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Class A and Class B Track and Field Meet.
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Marguerite Hollingsworth, Durant. · . Edw~d _M cClary, Hugo.
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Geneva Mayall, Durant.
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. Eugene Slaughter, Durant.
..:Ea~l~: -Veatch, Durant.
Scott Amend, Antlers.
-Walter
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Mrs. J. P. Atkins, Durant. ·
Sydli~y
Maude
Williams,
Ar~more.
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Alfred Criswell, Republic, Mo.
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~ .·Alexander,
Bonham, Tex.
Prue Davis, Durant.
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Lucille Gra.Ssham, caddo.
Vera .·Brewer, Durant.
Mary H~dge, Atoka.
,._, . Ruby :CQCbtan,
Ardmore.
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Thelma Hunter, Lawton.
·.· · Anna: :~orhn, Ardmore.
Durant.
Mrs. Frankie King, DUrant. · • · · · W. Q. I>N.per,
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Frances Kittrell,' Poteau.
Edna ...Flemit:ig, Antlers.
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Dorris Lemonds, Durant. ·
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First Term-Second Semester 1929"Stralght A"
Robert M. Allen, Colbert.
Esther Balch, Durant.
Mrs. ' J.
N. Blanchard, Durant.
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Mrs. John Cowan, Durant.
Mildred Davis, Madill.
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OON'rMT BARBED IN .
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Traits ·of leade~hlp and .f acton
price IOo per ~-r.
which should : be usfid in ~hooaing otficera were conaidetett at a ·
of the Y. ·
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A nominating committee compose~ of Misses Opal ~ White, LucreUa
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so•.rava FIRST,
K~nnedy, Anna Kot!n and Mlu jBerDUBA.NT SEOOND,
nice
Nichols
was
&~pointed.
o~cera
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will be chosen at the meeting two
weeks from todav. !1 w 88 Lena Noll
ARDMORE, April 8. Sulphur won
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Miss
Evalyn
sennett
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flnt place Saturd•Y in • ho
=~ ln co-operat,Jon witl the co tnm~ttee.
1 teeted curricular dlvialon of
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8AVA ES ' DROP FIRST
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CoNTEST F$111AY TO
tblrd in tour with a total of 25
· AUSTIN TRACK TEAM
pqlnta. Durant: contestants with two
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ftntl, four seeonds and a third! and · Weakening in twol final events, the
a total of 22 points, were close con- track team of SouUleastern dJ"Qpped
ot the sulphur pupUs and ita first dual meet bf the season to.
early Ill the da.y gained a 'strong lead the Austin College ·:Kangaroos by a
which
only over balanced tn the 76 to 56 score in :Sherman Friday
contest of the day when Sul- Jtternoon.
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Copping many fi~ places the Sav1enenl aclence. wnaon with two ages were leading the Shennan track, tint places and a aetond, totaling ltl stera until , -in the final events. The
pointe, won ~ircL place hi the divi· Kangaroos outpoint~ the Savages in
elon. Other placJnga were: - Ringling, the
two contes~. and won the
ll.O;- Manetta, 8; MadUl, 5; Zaneta, 8; meet
a .twenty ~lnt margin. "
Healdton. 2; Davis, 1, and Dundee, 1. '
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Southeastern in the one
act iltate th•tre. tournament will .be
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BANQ1JBT Wll 1, BE GIVEN
DEB&TEB8
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of .tile Southeutern detlaiDa
the
Klu Julla
Wt11 . ~ entertained With a
b1u.1q11.t by tile· dudent councll at the
Cia. of tbe
Bert Holt,
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had charge of the idevotlonal. J ·
cannon
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J. K. J'ox was Ill 1 cJ.targe of the
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Plans ·for the election of a council
president on ·April 18 were dlacn•sed
at a meeting of the group at South•
eastern this fllternoon.:
A · petitio~; signed. ~Y 20 atud~nts!
must be presented on or before April
14, it was a~Pd today. ,To'be eligible
for the pre-.idency, ~so, ,.. student
must have 85 semester hours, and •
must have at least a '!C" average. A
student to be; eligible fGr the office of
secretary znuat have 62 aemeater
hours and a student eligible for tre&l· . .
urer must hf.ve 24 semester hours#
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where they wallope4 the East ~en­
tral Tigers by; a 5 fo 1 score. · ud
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Armstrong and Clarence Dyer re resented the Gold. and Blue.
On April 18 and :t9 the team iWfil
·meet Central coneP.· and Oklahoma
City University. ~ Goldbngs *-ve
one of tlie fastest ~~quads in the conference, and the Savages believe that
Oklahoma City' wni give . the
the stlffea~ competition of( any
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weeks in th' put wlll,·not be al1owed
to compete again this year, according
to members of the committee.
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~ the pi~no dlvlai~. where... there
are three divisions, one who has won
in the lowest class, will be allowed to ·
enter a hlg~er claaa.
The contests will be held in tbe old
auditorium of Southeutern on lionday :atteinoo~, April 22 at 2:80. Muf
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Cadd Achill
aicians rom ·Kingston,
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and this cit* have e~tered.
Contests will be in iano (three dlvisions), alto~ soprano d boys '\'Oice.
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. May 25 Faculty recepUon.
~ May·s1 Ylri-YW RecepUon.
June 17-21--Go* Tournamer¢.
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June ~"Cotter's
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July 2-Sldney I.andon.
Ju!y ~-18--Golf: ToilrD&menL
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July 9 · Three Act Play.
July
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FBATitBNITY~ NOW ON
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OKI'.ABOMA CITY MAN
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NAMED DEAN FOB A
SCHOOL IN
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Plans for the Community School of . Scoft1s of muatc Ioven from . cities ..
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literary frater- nectlon with the summer
()f : in Dui-ant FrlcJay evening, April 28
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Rev. Forney Hutchison, ·
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The·· club was organized at South- st~ Luke's Metho<~Jst church. o~~ . his ft~ year u conductor Of the
eastern In the fall of 1924 by a group . .. ~oma City and a member of the st,.te -~ group, i inS:de -his de~ut in the muaiC&I
of atudenta who were Interested in board of education, wt11 be dean of . world at the age of fourteen in I.nn-· ·
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the school. Rev. Hutchison, wh_o l8 . . don. ,~e gave violin concerts In all of.
has sponsored the group since ita ori- known over the southwest as a gteat the large cities of Europe.
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~ter ·\ time, .Verbrngghen took up •
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now has two profeuional fraternities, ·
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.. the other being Kappa Delta Pi, bon- J,JBRABY HOURS
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conductor
Five ~ore weeks of school.
Stut.ibrary hours at Southeastern ,f or: of the ~ Gl~gow Symphony. Followed
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as guest concount from now on.
J ohn H erman Dough e rty, llbrarian. · • ductor~·· lf · Rnsata,
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selves to ·make our visitors feel wel- 12 Thursday morning and from 101 was blvlted : t-0 direct the ~amoua
come.
. -.JtDtil 12 Friday and Saturday mom- Beethoven Festival and
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Welcome Tr~Ii Meet Visitors.
3:30 Wednesday afternoon. .
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Beetho~en-Brabms-Bach. festival All
: (JUBBICULUM €JONTESTS.
,: of W.hi~h .ftually establislied his name :
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(Second 'Year).
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·g~ups~, led by noted
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Claud
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Home Economics ' Cla&8 A and Class B.
Typewriting
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. · lllldred Guthrie,' Caddo.
Ruth Hfall, J?urant.
Johnnie L. Hanah,t-':...WUson.
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Hubert Harris, Durant.
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ReD& Head, Brok~n Bow.
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Burt Holt, Durant. -.•
Druaia Howell, Mt. Vtew.
Marte A,nlta IngrfUJ1, .Durant.
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Allee Jr,rdan, Du ant.
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Marjorie Kelchnert Durant.
Fred Lowry, Dur&ft.
- , Letha Lefevers, D"t,'r&nt.
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· Jlllclred Manton, Healdton.
Lewis Monical, Durant.
Fred Morrison,· Durant.
Bernice Nichols, Marietta.
Gladys Oliphant, Sherman, Texas.
Loulae Overst~et, : Carte~sville.
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V~aret Pickens, · Durant.
Naomi Reed,
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AltOil Rivera, · N Q.V1Lue, Ark.
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Kate Robinson, A
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Mre. Ruby Ro,~¥la.n~,
Iaabelle Ruablng,
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Margaret
ple,' ~t. Smith, Ark.
Mra. Lenna M. Sawyer, Durant.
. Marguerite Slvells, Copan.
Mrs. Lorene Spf!&r, Dur,ant.
Mra. Ethel Standley, Durant. •
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Edwill Stewart, Durant.
Elizabeth . Stewart, Durant.
Mrs. D. L. Stradford, Durant. ·
KatherlPe Ty\er, ~ugo.
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Wester, · Burneyville.
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... Wharton, Durant.
Edwill Wood, Durant.
Charles Zlnnecker. Durant.
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IS TO FEA'rUBE
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MATERIAL GATHERED
FOR HANDBOOK FOR
TEAVRI:RS
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The following stu~ents have been =
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to membership
in Kapp . Del- .
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ta Pi, the national l)onorary
ducation'a l fraternity: Miss Nannie Lee ·
Alex~nder, Mrs. Ne~la Goerke, Miss ·
Prue Davis, Mrs. Frankie King,! Miss
Maribeth Moore, Miss
Dorothy
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bon, ·;Mrs. Ethel St9r11dley, Mrs. D . .
L. Stradford, Miss Mar~eri~Hol­
lil)gsworth and Miss Lucile Guiltm.
In addition to high scholarship
these
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students were chosen for qualities
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other election will be held before the
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names · n:ot discussed at the March .
meeting.
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PETITIONS FOR STpDENT
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RECORDS IN PREVIOUS
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100 yard daab--C. Neilson '"A rdmore Time 9:4-3 Sec. 1913.
120 yarl
Neilson Ardmore Time 22 . Sec. 1912•
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440 ,..nt dash Bennett, Durant Time 54 ; Sec. 1928. "'
880 ya\4 daab--Cobb,· McAlester ~e 2 mitt. 5 3-5 Sec. 1917.
1 mne fUll . McDUffy, Durant Time 4 mln. . 58 Sec. 1917.
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210 ~low hurdles Hughes, Hugo Time 26 2-5 Sec. 1917. ·
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120
Durant Time 16.5 Sec. 1928.
1 mile Nlay McAlester ~me. S minutes 49 Sec. 1915-1917.
Shot P;Jt Fine, Mannsville Distance 48 ft. 7
1922.
Jump Poor, McAlester Height 5 ft. 11 tn. 1921.
Ju•np aeams, Kingston - Distance 21 feet, 1 inche••-1927.
elao~, Soper, 128 feet, 2 Inches, 1921, and ·
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.n~ 128 teet, 2 Inches 1927.
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Durant, 1928-Height 11 feet 6% inches.
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Student politics began to warm up
today when petitions for presidency
of the student council were circu•
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STC~-lated. Each petition must be in the
·'""'S . greatest
summer bands of council officers by April 14.
ae88ion begins :May 20. Make plans ' The presl"tlent will be chosen on April
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Material for the ; 1'929-80 fresbme~:t
handbook at SouQleastem will be
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The publication, 1 which will contain sixty pages, will
, tell of all student activities at t~e coll~ge. An ar~
class, under th~ direction of Mrs.
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studted' by the committee in making
plan~ for the one a~ Soutlleasjern. :
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KAPPA DELTA ~I EI.EUI'~ON.
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HENRI VEBBRUGGHEN.
Climaxing Durant's annual . Music
week will be the p~rformance qf· the
fifty-piece Minneapolis . Symphony orchestra in --the new auditorium of
Southeastern on Fripay, evening,
April 26.
Many citizens from nearby towns
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program, since the orchestra is giving programs only at Tulsa, Guthrie
and in this city.
Organized several y~ars ago, the
Minneapolis group is !now rated as
one of the noted symphony orchestras
in the world. Several of the members.
have been with the org¥lization since
it was formed several years ago. .
The present year is Renri Verburgghen's fifth term ~ conductor of .the
quarter century-old Minneapolis Symphony. During this time he has won
a national reputation lis one of the
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foremost conductors in America. But
the Verbrugghen music&.l tradition is
one of international background, dat.
tng over a two decade period.
The conductor was born at Brussels, Belgium, of an Qld family of
wealthy manufacturers. Originally, it
was intended
that
the
son
of
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early permitted to indulge his decided bent ror tnustc. The violin was
and is his instrument. Interested
friends who ~eard the boy play,
brought him to the attention of ~u­
gene Ysaye, the noted Belgian virl,uoso, who when he hear~ young Verbruggben perform, iqnnediately had
him enrolled in his own· artist class•
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