3rd In NOC - Southeastern Oklahoma State University

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3rd In NOC - Southeastern Oklahoma State University
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Festival Begins
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. Exhibits,
By ELLEN MONK
Fine Arts Fes tival will begin
at Southeastern Sunday, Oct. 19
and continue throughout the week,
a ccording to Dr. Allen Platter and
Dr. Paul M. Mansur.
Dr. Platter, c hairman of the department of art, and Dr. Mansur,
chairman, department of musi c,
r eport that the three aspe ct~ of
the fe stival will be a conti.nwng
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art exhibit, two musicales and a
student production readers theater.
Art exhibit will begin at 3 p. m .
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usicale Slated·
Sunday in the Fine Arts Building,
and . will be on display daily
throughout -the week until 4 p.m.
Satt!rday , Oct. 2 5.
First musicale will be given
SWlday at 3:30 p.m. and repeated
Tuesday, O ct. 21 , at 8 p.m. in
tl)e Little T-heatre. The second
performance is being added for
the fir st time because of the favorable response r eceived the past
two ye a r s. ·
A one-ac t st udent productio n,
" C one y Island of The Mind" will
be give n in the Little Theat r e
Thursday, Oct. 23 at 8 p.m.
Included in the Art exhibit will
be 60- 70 piece s done by the department head and fa culty mem bers James Barnette, Montee Hoke
and Max M cC lendon. .
Dr. Platter will exhibit ten oils
and two drawings, while Barnette
will have prints, serigraphy, wood
c arving, batik, oil s , a c r y lic, and
wall hangings.
Subje c t matter fo r the c ombined exhi bit s
will feature landscapes, por t r aits, fig ures and still
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DR. ALLEN PLATTER, art deparbnent bead, works to ready a piece
of art work for Sunday's art exhibit. The exhibit will be shown through
next week, md Is a part of the Fine Arts Festival, which features music, speech and art departlJlent faculty. (Staff Photo by Chris McCormack)
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Dates chosen Jor the second
Leadersbip Conference are Nov. 1
and 2. The meet, which will be at
Lake Texoma Lodge, is designed
to bring together students and
fac ulty members in an attempt to
find possible solutions to campus
problems and create a better at-
Meet Set Nov. 1,2
Leaders To Gather
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Team Places
3rd In NOC
Tournament
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Two Southeastern debaters began their season by winning- a
third place trophy in the Maveri ck
debate tournament Oct. 1 Q and 11
at Northern Oklahoma College,
Tonkawa.
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In the preliminary roWlds , Paul
Olsen and Susan Gabbard defeated teams from Texas Christian
University, Butler CoWlty Junior
College in Kansas, Panhandle A and
M, Northwestern State College and
Oklahoma State University while
dropping their only r ound to Southwestern College, Kansas.
Rated number three after the
preliminary rounds, Olsen and
Gabbard
proceeded to quarterfinals where they beat Wichita
State University, only to lose in
the semi-final roW1d to the tournament champions, Texa s Tech nologic al College.
Tomorrow, debate coach Bill
Gabbard will accompany Olsen and
Gabbard, along with freshman team
Gary Kennedy and Jimmie Hollo·
way, to Lubbock for tournament
competition at Texas Technologic al College, while Sanders and
Hooper travel with juniors Paul
King and Richard Keating to Bethany Nazarene College, Oklahoma City.
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TUSC Receives
Special Grant
Southeastern has been granted
a contract through the Technology
Use Studies Center in the ameunt
of $70,360 for a special dissemination experiment•
According to Dr. Henry Gold,
director of TUSC , the contract
specifies that the TUSC ·office
will publish and distribute 12 tec hnology fact bulletins during a contract year on technical s ubjects.
The center, sponsored by NASA,
has been fully established s ince
Feb., 1964 at Southeastern and i s
involved with small business and
small Industry research. There is
no fee charged to clients who desire information or research.
mosphere for leadership. Sponsoring the conference is the President's Club.
Following
this
m eeting, a
freshman conference , the dates for
which have not been s~t . will be
held.
Five committees have been nam ed by the president' s organization
to make plans for the conference.
They include attendance, James
Kerlin, chairman. Other members
of the committee are Judy Qualls
and Jim Gilbreath.
Chai rman of the facilities c ommittee
is John Forres ter, with
Martha Smith and Dwight Nuckolls
as c ommittee members.
C hairman of the prog ram committee i s Thurman Mile s. Mem bers of hi s committee a re Melinda Smith and Ronnie Glaze.
In c harge of securing a speaker is Alene Chandler.
The publicity committee is headed by Judy Gray. Frances Bailey
i s a member of the committee.
Mike
Graham will head the
fr eshman c onference committee.
Melftbe r s to aid him are Kerlin
and Mrs . Qualls.
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The fir s t leadership conference
was he ld last spring, one of the
res ults of which is the StudentFaculty Forum , whi c h met this
fall for the first time.
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DURANT, OKLA THURsDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969
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23 Group~s
Represent ed
Representatives of campus organizations will participate tonight
in
the
annual
Friendship
Fire. Practice: for the event was
Wednesday.
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Men and wofTien chosen to repr esent their or ganizations .include .
Kay Green and Priscilla Shingle.-:ton, Women's Rec reationAssociation; Sherrell Dowling and Larry
Dover, Magic Pentagon.
C huc k Allen and Samantha Mit chell, Chorale; Linda Kirby and
Paul Peigare, Alpha Phi Omega;
Carol G riess and Earl Baggerly,
North Hall; Jacky Hagan and Thurman Miles, Cardinal Key.
Glenda Garr ett and Joe Wiley,
Epsilon Tau Chi; Bobby. Eichling
and Phylli s Drew, Kappa. Delta P i ;
Don Thomason and Jane Wood,
Shearer Hall; Lindy Welburn and
LaChrica Coyle , Sig ma Tau Gamma; Carrie Pinson and Rudy Manly , Student Education Association;
Lyn Bohanon and Patti Fi s her, In ~
dian Heritage.
Lynn Monks and J erry Rhodes,
Freshman class; Judy Gray, Kay
Self and Alene C handler, Publications; Johnny Sweeney and JoAnn
Nelson, Phi Sigma Epsilon.·
Jan Shaffer and Tom Stockdale,
Hallie McKinney Hall; Linda Means
and Gerald O'Dell, Sigma Kappa;
Jean Ann Todd and Ronnie Jones.
Alpha Psi Omega; Martha Dodd and
Randy Young, Phi Beta Lambda;
Geor ge Green and Kathy Haggerton, Tau Kappa EpsUoo.
Gayla Miller and Ric k Fenner,
Senior Class; Donna Haley and
Joyce
William s on, Band; Lana
Howl and Harvey Jones, American
Chemical Society; Linda
Reeves and Bill Paddock, French
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· Roger Speer s and Kathy Messi ck , Baptist Student Union; Judy
Quall s and Allan Hust, Alpha Mu
Gamma; Voone Wells and Berney
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Ing ram, Varsity "0" club; Martha Smith and .Toe Anderson. Savagettes; Kathy Ri~mer ami Jon
Grant, Alpha Sigma Tau; lrrington I saacs, Afro-American Student Union, Glenda McCord and
Gordon James, Young Democrats.
Election for the friendliest boy
and gi rl was conducted Tuesday.
Results were unavailable at pre.ss
time.
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Honors Contestants
Southeastern Homecoming queen
nominees "Will be hosted at a tea
in the home of Katie Frank Slack,
dean of women, Friday,· Oct. 24,
from 4 to 6 p.m. for the purpose
of presenting the 31 women to
the judges...: Homecoming Revue
is s et for the same evening, at
8 p.m. , in Montgomery AuditorIum .
. Th~ judging panel this year is
composed of Gail Farrep , a fo rmer student; Bob Peterson, edit o r of the Durant Daily Democ r at,
and Wayne Mackey, staff writer for
the Oklahoma Times.
In preparation for Homec oming,
to be Oct. 2 5, five committees
have been named, and a r e now
making activity plans.
An athletic committee with Tony
Shelton as chairman is in charge
of .~e
seating arrangements
for students at the game. There
will ~ a section r eserved for
Southeastern s tudents this year.
Jon G rant and the social committee have hired a hand. The
Mas queraders, to play for the
dance, and will decorate the gymnaslum for the ttance.
Yearbook Refunds :)_
Due For Marrieds ~
Married couples who were r equired to purc hase two yearbooks at the begi nning of the year
may now receive a refund for one
of the c opies.
The new ruling came about as a
result of the joint effortsofPresi•
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Leon Hibbs and Bobby
Eichling, y~rbook adviser.
Couples wishing a refund for
one of the books may stop by the
yearbook offic e after the arrival
of the books and notify the staff,
A refund of $ 5 will be mailed
later.
Cast for Tennessee WUUam 's
"The Glass Menagerie", to be
staged Nov. 18-22, has been announced.
Bill Brewer, Eufaula junior , will
portray Tom, with Brenda Devore,
Durant s ophomore, to act as Tom's
sister, Laura.
~Other cast members -are Lynn
Monks,
Tahlequah freshman,
chosen to play Amanda, mother
of Tom and Laura, and George.
Stanfield, Wilburton fre s hman, to
serve as the gentleman calle r.
Dave Cook, director of drama,
will direct the play, to be presented at 8 p.m. nightly in the Fine
Arts Little Theatre. Tickets may
be a c quired in the Speech Office.
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•GLASS MENAGERIE• Cl!•members r.ynn Montsand
-Bill Brewer rebear•llnea.f9r the November produc#
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rest of the four - man cast.
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Assembly comrrh.ttee under the
direc tion of Mark Zimmer will
be in charge of pep rallies.
The school spirit committee,
under the direc tion of Linda Mean s,
have painted bleachers and plan
to paint a Savage and the words,
"SSC - Home of Savages" ali the
press boX:
Mary Gr e go and her publicity
c ommittee will make sure that
posters and ti ckets a r e ready.
Cast Chosen
BULLETIN
Last day for taking yearbook
c lass portraits for the ' 70 Savage
i s Monday, Oct. 20, from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. in Room 100 of the Ad ministration Building.
This is also the last time students will have to select preferred
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Dr. Leon Hibbs and the Pre sident•s C lub d est-rve a sp ecial word of
thank s for deciding to proceed in their pla n s for a second LE'adE>rs hip
Conference . M a ny improvem en~s cam e out of the tw.o-day mE'eting
last year , mos t notably the Student - Fac ulty Forum.
The confe r en ce offe r s both student and f ac ulty l ead e r s the oppo r ~ u· ity
to m eet toge ther for an -"extended p e riod o f tim l', ex~hanging ideas a nd
unifying ~fforts . With one confe r en ce behi.nd them, they can t>valuate
e ffective ness, appraise s u ccesses a nd failures a nd point out wha t n eeds
to be undertaken t Q maintain a g rowing sch ool.
The g roup a l so de~ rves commendation f o:r devt>lopin!{ tht> i dea of
foll owin g the L eaders hip ConferE>nce with a special Cotif erence for
fre sh men only . It w~ s decidE'd a t la s t yea r· s m eeting that s uc h a
conferenc e would h elp the fr esh:nan understand his school and it s
community of s tudent s, thus suppl y ing a r ea so!1 t o becomt> invo lved .
Communi c ation i s n0t dead a t Southeast ern, a nd in thi s a~e s uc h a n
open .attitude i s ina eed a n achievem e. nt.
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. Student response in i1~ irll( the 'tbO\)s t er section .. of L aird Stadium
was perhaps m o re tha ~nti cipated at the fir s t home conferen ce game
a g ainst Northeastern. TJtis i s admirabl e on the part o f the student
body - however, s tudent senato r s f o und it impossible t o keep latecom e r s and l ess enthused students out of the area after the ori g in::1l
seat - holder s had gone down t o the fi eld to g rt=-e t the team. The real
boos ter section was !boost ed rig ht out o f its sec ti on and for ced t o
scrounge t o find a place to s it during the r est of the game. Thi s wa s
hardly fair.
To accommodate what -seems to . be a n ove rwhelming r eacti o n to
the ne '4· seating arrangement, the Senate is seeking approval f o r enlarging .the ex c lusive s tudent . a r ea to provide m o re seat s. H opefully,
thi s will be done before H o meco:ning.
We should have the c ommon cour te~-y not to take t he seat of a
hig h-spirited s tudent while he i s g rE>eting his t eam on thE' fi eld. Stay
out of the booster Section u:ttil t he s tudE>nt body has rE'turnE'd fr om
the fi eld. Wi1y n ot g o do·A•n on t he fiE'ld \\ith the r est of the m ?
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Senate Report
'Fire' ' Plans Finalized
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Student s.-nate met l ast Thn r sday at 6 p.m. \\ith all m e mbers
pte sent. Firuil plans. for this we.-k · s
Friendship Fire we r e ma.de and a
pep ralle y was scheduled to !'allow
the annual ritual. ·NominePS fo r
friE>nrlliE'st boy an d girl and rPpn•senta tivt> s of their campas organization s will cast their emble m of
fri e nds hip ·i nto the fir e.
In othe r actions, thE>Y appr ov~d
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anri n• co mm ~nded t~at the presi d.-nt approvt> a constitution organizing
Christians in A c ti on
(C IA) whi c h i s spon sort>d by tht>
Norths idE>
Assembl y ' Of
God
Ch!JrCh. Info rma tion i s now ~-'in~
compl i ed b y the s roup in o rdt>r t o
publi s h thE> Student Di rt"c to r y . ThP
1969 t>diti on of the Stud~->nt H.andbook i s r Pady f o r printing and i s
a waiting fina l appro val from tht:>
Prt>si dent.
.' ....·-.. LITTLE MAN ON ~cAMPUS
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When thE> n ew computer li s t of
c la ss m ember s a rrived at one prof essor' s d esk , he f o und a probl E>m . A s ;1e t old hi s c l ass, "some
o f you, where the r e s hould b e eithe r
male or f emalE> indi ca ted, have a
s tar besidE> your names. " " Doe s
tha t mean an y th!n g- si g nifi cant? ..
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A ssi s tant Sports Editor ....... ....... . . . . .................... John For re s ter
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Paste-Up Arti s t .•• •• .•• .••.••• . •.. •••• .••.. . .•• ••. •••••..••••••••• .•• Terre Adams
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Photog-raphers . ••••~•••••••••••• . ••: .••••,. ••.••:~ .................... .. Dene Herron
De~s Will~!ord, Chris M <:Cormack
Director of Student F.!blications ""'.; ........
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N .-wly t>lt>cff>d o ffi cf' rs of Boult>,
Southeastt>rn' s St>c r .-t sP rvice orga nizatio:-~ , wert> nam ~d withJ ac ky
H a g an, Fay(•tt.-, M o., s t>nior, as
presi d~->nt. John Swt>Pnt>y, Durant
seni o r, will St>rVP. as vi C't> pr~-> si•
d t>nt, with Carol Gri.-ss, Sapulpa
j uni o r , sPcretary-tn•a s ur.-r.
Vonne W E>lls, F o rt Towson SPo ior, v.·as ~-> l f'c~ed prf•si dPnt of Sa v agettes,
womPn · s spirit c lub .
Charlott P Caldwt>ll , Durant soph qmor .-, will s.-rv.- as vi ce-pr.- s i dent
. . and T~->rE>sa Ak~r s, Woodford
)umo r ,
was naml•d SE>c r.-tarytrt>asur~->r.
Ju.And.-rson wa s
c hosen Savagf'ttt> Bt>a u.
LittlP "D .. Rodeo C lub PlPCtPd
officPrS l ast WPek with J f> rry Pt-bswort h namf>d as presid.-nt and D onnit• Brents servi ng a s vi ct>-pr .. sident and La Vern.- E bt-• rt acting
as St> C rt>tar y-.tr~->as ur P r •
Kappa
DPlta Pi,
f>ducati on
fr a t ~-> rnit y a l so t>l t>Ct f' d
o ffi c t> r s
with J acky H agan se rving asprt>s id.-nt, C harlt> s Andrews vi c t'-prE>si dt>nt , and Phylli s Dre w st•rving as
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Pam Wh i ttenton w a rn s u s n E>ver
t o say anything bad about Inrlians •
-n• >t even Geronim o - if you ' r e
going t o ~a lk t o Banl'Y In~ ra m.
H e r que r y as t o what h(> 'A'Ould do
if som eone t old him thE>y hated lndJ'io s was so violent - a ny way, if
you V:J lue your scalp•••
Education Group,
Plans Initiation
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B f'ta Lambda, b:tsiness
fr at e rnity, ha s
t>IE>cted Randy
Young a s PrPsident , DaleM cDani .- 1,
vi c.- - prt>sid ent,
S u.Wri g ht, sec r .-tary , Martha Dodd,
trf'asurer and M a r g u.-ritP Blak.-y,
n?porte~. Spon sor s an• Jac k Dyt>
and Dolphus H addoc k .
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Tht> Stude nt St>natf' has worked
hard to m a ke ·• fri t=-ndship week •·
a big s uccess. The Friendship
Fire tonight will conc lude a c tivi ti es f o r thi s parti c ular week , but
i f W<' c ould all s how a little bit or
thE> s pirit s ho·.1.·n ju st the p ast f ew
day s a ll thE> time, wE> c ould a ll be
fri f'nds - a ll yPa r l ong .
Sf' C rPta~ - tr f'as urer.
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BE>ta D Plt a Chapter of K appa
Delta Pi , n'!tional h onor societ y
in education; c onduc te d it s fir s t
m et>ting of thf' year Oct. 8 in thP
h ome o f Dr. Edwin C . B oy nto n.
Twe nty m e mbers werP prf' sE>nt
and the m t>eting was caiiPtf to
orde r by President Ja c ky Hagan .
Pla ns w e r E> discussE>d fo r sPnd ing two delegates from the So uth eastern
ch aptPr
to t hP 27th
Bie nnial Convocation, thi s yt>ar
to be in
Boston, Massa chusetts,
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Feb. 22 - 28. P€:!egatE> s sel ectE>d
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w e r e PrE>Sldent Jac k y Hagan and
Sec r e tary Phy llis Drt>w.
F o llowing the business m eet ing, C harles Andrews, educatio n
professor, outlined prog rams for
the year. This year's the m e for
the c hapter i s •·controvE>rsies In
Education. • · Program s thro ug h out
the a ~ademi c year will feature
speake r s who \\ill present controve r s i es facingl education today.
Antlre w s pre~ented a film con cerning g~;ading ·syste m s, f ollowed by a discu ssion period.
The c hapter planned an initiati on banquet t o . be Nov. 12 in th~
Blue and Gold room. At thi s tim e
individuals selec ted according t o
their
out s tanding
a~de m ic
achievements will become m e m bers of the honor society.
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P U TTING FINISHING TOUCHES on tht> Savagt> paint(>d in tbP m i ddlt>
of tht> SouthE>astt>rn b asketball court i s P a ul King, art m ajor.
Conservatism Questioned
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TO THE EDITOR:
Tht> p r Pvailinl~ :tttitudP ofSouth Past e rn i s onP of almost PxtrPmt>
con sPrvati s m. In this Pra whic-h
qu.. s tions est abli s hPd traditi on s,
th£> c ondition i s unus ua l.
Howeyt>r, this attitudP ma y ~·
partly explained b y the conditioni n g unde r g ont> by the s tud('nts.
E sp.-c ially in thi c; re?;ion n f the
s tate, s tude nts are conditionPd
from the E>l E>m e nta r y l t>vel t·o acCPpt w!1at the y a r e tau.;?;ht without
question. A s tudent i s also prE>ssur e d to conform through sE>cond a r y school. Eve n a ft t>r rt>a c hin~
c ollE>gP l e v.-1, a student may h aVf•
diffi c ulty expr essing hi s p oint of
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Vl ew.
Anoth(•r possible PXplanati on f or
the con st> rva ti Vt> air •>f the cnllPgP
i s thP s tudent s' fe e lin~r o f hPllJle ssn .-ss. Unf o rtuna t e l y, tht> a tti tudP of many student s !s that prot £>st would go unno ti cPd and 11 1h(•ard.. Often, students want t o d o
n o thi ng more than c o!nplain . a nd
when asked why thE>y don't do something, thE>y mos t o ft en repl y · ·no
one would li s ten anyway. ··
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a s an Pxc u se for s tudents who
are act ually jus t apathetic .
Students with a rPali s ti c complaint should speak up. M o r .- p E> rsonal r elati onships be tweE>n prof essor and s tudent, be tter a nd
m o re dive r s ifi ed c urriculum . a ncl
a n effort t o c r E>at e a bf>ttt>r <·ommunity s hould bring about a u nifi ed s tudPnt body . ThE>se a rP tht>
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the s tudent body.
RandN' Fu.stE> r
VICE - PREXY SPEAKS
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Thursday' before the ~.a rne with
:-.lortheastern there- wa s ·a " pep
r a lly, , . the purpose o f which wa s t o
build school spirit f or the upc o m ing gam e . It was estima t ed that
approx.i m a tely 100 - 150 s tud<'nt s
parti c ipated in the
rally . Wl·
m a r c hed , c h ee>red, a nd ye llf'd ··Go
Savages, beat the Redmen·· a ll the
wa y from the phys i c al edu cati on
building t o the c lassroom building .
On behalf of the SE>natc, I would
likE> to commend the s tudents who
partkipatt>d and urge you to c on -
tion
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tinut• your g r eat spirit. iA s a r es ult of your spirit o:.~ d Savages
werE> beat E>n but n o t defE>ated. They
wi ll bt> back.
T1i s weE>k has been dt>c l ared .
··Fri end ship
W e ek." A c tiviti t>s
plann.-d include a· fr ee movie and
a dance hig hlig hted by the "Friends hip Firt>' " and elec tion of t he
fri endlies t b o::; and gi rl. ThE> Sen a t e h opt>s that thesE> event s will
he lp t o s park an a tmosph ere o f
fri e ndshi p
and
brotherhood
unpa r a llE>d in the hi story of
Y c) •.J , as s tudt>nfs, can continue
your g reat s pirit by participat ing i n this week's activitiE>s. Bring
a friend with you a nd let ·s show
that WE' as SSC s tudent s have a . ,
com m on b ond wi th eacll o ther and
tha t we the student body as well
as thP f ootball t eam will b e play- ·
m g the Southwest ern Bull do~s
ho m Pcorning .
If you ha v e any s ugge stioo.s t h:1t
you think wi ll improvE:> stude n ~
li fp, school spirit , e t c. ph•ase
cornP by thP St>nate Offi ce, a tt end the Sf'nate me eting, or u :;e
the s uggt>s tion boxes. In case y ou
a r t> wonde rin~ who was r espon sibl E>
f o r pla nning tht' ·• pt>p rall y" , hi s
n a m .- i s Mr. Mark Zimmt> r a .1ct lw
i s to be com mt>nded for a job wP 11
done.
Thurman G. Milt> S
Vi c-.- Prf's ident
St udPnt SE>nate
sse.
At
AI
City
was
Phi
fratE
Tc
vest!
follo
swe r
Fo
L>e r s,
third
Futu 1
r io:1,
Busi1
ar e I
Oklat
Sot
Hagg :
honor
Exec t
mem l
L am t
CONClLlA'i l•.),. Si.>iJC · :·
See the rabbit! See how he runs .
L ook , the r abbit i s eating., 'N ow he
i s building_ a homf' i n the bri a r
patc h. Oh l ook, now th e r e are 20
little r abbit s.
A s sad and ho rrifying as it i s, the
life or the average sse s tude nt i ~ ..
as unc ompli c ated a s the abov e tale.
Too often we for get that man i ~ •
di s ting uis hed from animals by hi ~
ability t o think and r eason . T oo of- ·
ten we c ome to c ollE>ge t o ea t ,.
play and s le('p, for ge ttin~ thE> op portunity
afforded us
in
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c la ssroom s to think, reason and
m ade
dt>ci s ions, c onsequently
bec oming little more than dumb
bea s t s. D o yourself a f a vor make up to your mind!
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Themes Yearbook
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'Investment' Topic
At Business Meet
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Allen Oehischalger, Oklahoma
City Financial Service employee,
was the featured speaker at the
Phi
Beta
Lambda,
business
fraternit y, meeting last week.
Topic of disc1.1ssion was "Investment
and Mutual Funds, "
followe d by a questi on a nd answer period. ·
F o rme r Phi Bet a Lambda memue r s, Patsy C ondor, who placed
third i n last y ear·s statt> M iss
Future Business Teac her com pe~i­
tio::t, a nd Eddie Ary, Mr. Future
Business Teacher in the stat e,
a re uow doing g r aduate s tudy a t
Oklahoma S tate U niver sity.
Southeastern
Senior
Dana
Hagga rd ,
who won fir s t place
honors in the Mi ss Busine ss
Exec utive division i s an active
member of this year's Phi Beta
Lambda o r ganization.
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Chandler, Self
Chosen Editors
'Man Endeavoring to Understand
and to Utilize Him self: The Search'
will theme the 1970 Savage yearbook. The Savage is edited jointly
by Alene Chandl er, M c Alester senior and Kay Self, Durant senior.
Advising the book is Bobby Eichling, g raduate assistant.
Eichling served as editor of
both the '68 and '69 editions of the
Savage.
A ssisting the editors this year
a re staff members Kathy Reiiner,
Pennsylvania sophomore; Karen
Fesperman, Bokoshe j unior, and
Pete Jenson, Garber fre s hman.
These s taff members will aid in
performing many tasks involvedin
producing a yearbook.
Mi ss Chandler said, "Staffpositions are open to anyone who
would like to participate in the
production of the '70 .savage. A 1though many hours of work go
into the production of a yearbook,
it can prove t o be one o f the m ~t
rewarding experiences in a college
career. Besides, the fun experien ced while working i s well worth
all the effort."
American
Yearbook
Company will publish the Savage fE>r
the first time, l ending a small
c hange of face to its app earance.
Conta ining 272 pages, the Savage
will have a Urown cover with -a
g old metalay of the Southeastern
seal. A special division will be
added
t his year entitled 'The
Search '. This s e ction will picturE>
the development of the theme.
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Religious centers on campus
have slated get-togethers following the Friend ship Fire October
16.
Plan s are underway at the Baptis t Student Union to have a weiner
roast at Lake Texoma following
the fire.
Other a c tivities at BSU inc lude
a noonday time c hange. Se rvi ces
will be at 12:30 eac h day_
Offi c e r s Jor the yea r are M ike
We s t , pres ident; Kathy Messi c k ,
vi ce -president.
and
Brenda
BSU Appeals For
Alumni Addresses
The Baptist Student Union is
attempting to reach alumni topar ticipate in H o m t>coming fe stivities
to be October 25 through their
newsletter and other sour ces.
· The g r oup ha s asked for help
in t'locating names and addresses
of alumni from students on campus.
These names may be left at the
BSU Center , or c alled in at 924-
Purser ,
secretary .
Executive
council
members. include Lee
Lewis,
Harold Julian, Geor ge
G reen,
John
White, Charles
Everett and R oger Speer.
The Center, Methodist · student
organi zation, will sponsor a snack
s upper following the ' Friendship'
acti vities. Open Tuesday th_r ough
Friday fr om 1: 30 p.m. till 10: 3 0
p . m., Mrs . Joan Sheets i s full time director.
Offi c e r s for the year are JQbn
F o rre
, s ter , p resident; Phy llis Hasri s, • vi c e-president, and Debbie
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C hur c h o f Ch rist Center is also
planning a party Thursday evening.
President of the organization is
Arthur May, with Barbara Blan;chard as chai rman o f get-togethe r s.
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All BSU student s will be involved in activities connec ted with
. H omecoming, but two chairmen
have been named and are manning
committees to finalize plans.
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6ffi ce a face-lifting job before beginning work on the first yearbook
pages. ( Staff Photo by D e ne H erron)
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Seven col or photographs will grac€'
' The Search' division.
Leaving the traditional mood
of previous volumes of thE' Savage, the '70 edition will m o ve toward a con!emporary focu s oo the
cha.ngiug face of Southeastern.
As explained by Miss Self, "We
are st riving to m ake the '7 0 Sav~
age reflect the c hang ing mood of
the Southeastern
campus. Our .
theme, 'T he Search'. is meant to
protray the students' quest to understand himself and find his p osition through hi s experiences at
Southeastern.
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Shann s hares a r oom with two
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THE SOUTHEASTERN, Durant, Oklahoma
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pride of
daughter Judith, a sophomore at
Durant High, and s on Gregory, a
June, 1968, Southeast e rn g r aduate
presently s t ationed at LacklandAir
For ce B ase,_ San A~t oni<:>, T e x. ,
~.:W~~r~ h ~ w11l . r eceive hi s com mJ.SS10n m N ovember . . ·
One s tudent commented on L y nn
saying, " Eve r ybody 4oves C ol.
L y nn. The minute y ou walk into
hi s c l ass you _like him. He r eal_Iy
ca r es about h1s s tudents and w.Ill
bend ov er backwards to help them
in any way he can. He doesn't
ask any onP to do any thing he can't
o r won't do him self, and not only
i s he a whiz at elec tronics, but
i s a· g r eat all '.round man."
Dl
Twit
Sout
'twiJ
ficia
stee
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else
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who
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decic
hom e
sem•
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Vi
know
throt
retUJ
ea stE
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rese1
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Vicki
the d
for s•
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com i t
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COL. HAROLD LYNN, responsible fo r the communications syst em s set
up attherecentNIFAAirMeet,i s describedby hi sstudentsas'som eone
who r eally cares. • (Staff Photo by Ct}ri s M cCormack)
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Detroit to Durant, with stops in
bet w een at Iran and othe r p ost s,
is now settled down t o · a more
Bv ELLE N M P NK
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spe.nt tht> p r e VIous yea·r at the
Following th.e N atiohal lnte r colLanguage Training Sch ool , Mon l egiate Flying A ssociation Winte r
terey, Calif. . l earni ng PP r si an.
Retired at Ft. Bragg, N .C . , in
M eet which to ok place O ct. 2-5,
cong ratulati ons
came
South 1960 afte r 20 strai g ht y ea r s o~ac easter' s way because of the com tive milit a r y servi ce and sjiVeiJ_
munic ation s
~et -up installed at
year s of r eserve duty, L y nn , ·like
Eaker Field.
m any people around t he w odd
D escribed by one offici a l as
head ed back towa rds hom e t o be~
" the sm.oothest, most
fabulous
gin a second career.
system imaginable, " full c r edit i s
WIFE L I K E s MILITA RY LIF E
g iven t o Col. H ar old L y nn, e lec'tr onics . instruc tor. lt is also '
Mrs. L y nn was undot!b t edly a
rumored that big~er and better
t ypi cal always-on-the-m ov e army
things m i ght com e Southeastern's
wife who pack ed up fam ily and
w ay in future Air Meets as a repossessions to follow he r rnili sult of L y nn' s expertness in his ' tary husband t o an y and all asfi eld.
signments. H e r transition from
After meeting L y nn, it is readily
under s tood why the set- up w as an
ex cellent one. He i ~ t he type person who settles f qr nothing l ess
than perfec tion.
LT'~N A PERFECTIONIST
• With regard· t o the system for
whi ch botti he and the college have
been so highly praiSed , modest
and likeabl e Lynn woultl take c r edit
only f o r having t he initial plan. pj.ng of the system. H e said, "Our
enti-re
com munications
g r oup
w orked long h ours each day to in s t all and maintain the sytem which
w ould not have been "' su~r suc cessful " h ad it not been .for the
s tudent team of J ohn D avi s, J ack
Allen
Haughlan and
H agger ty,
C huck Pine. "
Walkie -tal ki e r adios and public
address syst ems wPre set up and
u sed for c ontrol purposes and announcem ents , and VHF r adio pick•
ed up t ower communi c~tion s with
t he ai r c raft which we r e r elayed
throu gh t he publi c address syst em. " Thi s pa rtic ular phase made
the oper ati on m or e m eaningful to
the ·spectator s as they could tell
w hat was going on by actually hear in6 the conversation s," said L y nn.
Lynn contin·1ed, " I f eel eve r ything
was c over ed cpmmunication swi se, but I k now of some improvem ents we could make if we
were to plan such a set - up again.
J M y one r egr et i s that I had :-tot
been t o a previ
ous ai r show :wher e
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J OI NS N ATIO:-.lAL GUi\RD
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The Southeast ern i n stlruc tor wa ~
called t o a ctive duty i n 19,40 witn
Olt.lah oma' s 45th Divi sion of ·the
Nati onal Guar d. Assi gned t o the
Si gnal C orp s Headquar te r s ~ t F t.
M onm outh, N.J., he w ent .through
•Officer ' s Candidat e School andre ceived his com m i ssi on as second ·
•lieuten a.nt i n the- Si gn al C o r p s i n
1942.
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in the t hi ck of battle. In Nov.
1942, along with Geder al Ei sen - _
h ow er · and hi s entire st aff, L ynn ·
w as in the Invasion of A lgi er s,
assi g ned to the signal p ortion of
the General 's oper ation.
Durin g the next three -y'ea r s he
saw du~y in Algi er s, Tuni sia and
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f all of 1945.
LOVES TRA VELrNG
One of the things Lynn enjoyed
m ost a bou~ his ove r seas tour was
·the amount of traveli-ng he did.
Armed with m ost diffic ult t o ob. tain s tanding orders t o proceed
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withi n the M editerranean Theatre
of Operation, provided Lynn an
unusual opportunity t o travel, and
travel he did.
After returning from overseas,
Lynn was a s signed to the Com :mand anl:l General Staff (;ollege,
Ft: Leavenworth, Kan., Hqs. Third
Army,
Atlanta,
Ga., for three
· years, followed by three years
as Army Senior Signal Instructor
for the NewJerseyNationalGuard:
Having left Army Signal Corp&
at Ft. Monmouth, N.J~ , as a newly
commis sioned
lieut enant,
he
ares
ea 'ly
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Thursday, October 16, 1969
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wantE
c areE
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know
per so
Thi
South•
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was
new ,
t he t
vanill
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j unio r
p lays
- band,
likes
a ctivE
Und
senio1
b usin•
my th
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bit sc
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colleg
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m v og
s tron g
re ser1
girl i
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Vicki
plain
will h:
today ' :
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UNDER S T A NDING
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During the past summer the new
Twin Towers co-ed dormitory at
Southeastern was little more than a
'twinkle in the eyes• of college officials, and a mass of hodgepodge
. steel beams to everyone else.
Or perhaps to almost everyone
else, as there was one exception.
Seventeen - year - old Vicki Herd
who was then about to enter her
senior year of high school at Hugo,
stood in front of the red maze and
decided that this would be her new
home beginning with the Fall, 1970
semester. Fortunately this date. coincides with
the building's
scheduled competion date.
Vicki seems to be a girl who
. knows what she wants, and follows
through in making her plans. After
returning to Hugo she wrote Southeastern officials making application for admission and requesting
reservations in the new dorm. Her
request is the first received.
The summer
visit was not
Vicki's first to the campus, and
the dorm was not her only reason
for selecting Southeastern. Her interest began when she started
ceming here to district band meet. .
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"I was looking for a college big
enough to offer the courses I
· wanted and that would benefit my
career, but I also wanted a school
small enough that I could get to
know the students and teachers
personally."
This, coupled with talking to
Southeastern students and learning "it is a very friendly school"
was the chocolate cake, and the
new dorm just turned out to be
the thick chocolate toppetl with
vanilla ice cream.
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junior high tennis cttalupion,
Vicki
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-band, likes music of all kinds and
likes to dance. She is also very
active in Rainbow.
Undecided on a major , the Hugo
senior is seriously thinking about
business but says, "I realize that
my thinking and my interests may
change drastically after I begin my
college work. ••
Vicki describes herself as an
~"average teen-age girl who is
very excited and maybe a little
bit scared at the idea of going off
to college."
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On reading Vicki's letter, one
college official commented that
. perhaps "The three R's are back
in vogue. This seems like a pretty
strong
statement, but having
reserved a room this early, the
girl is apparently interested in
reading', writin', and 'rithmetic."
"With high school seniors like
Vicki Herd coming around, it's
plain to see that the three R's
will have n o trouble surviving in
today•s world. Or, it could be that
they might soon denote three dif. ferent R's - Reserving a room
early, assuming Responsibility by
becoming college-bound, and Remaining in college."
· The college official fai led to
comment that he is interested in
the fourth R - Recruitment for
Southeastern, but Vicki will never
forget that it was she who first
requested a reservation at Southeastern's posh new, soon to be
completed, Twin Towers.
Youree Certain
C~nlpus Scientist W rrks
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Accessories
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tions, " he went on to explain.
Few people realize it, but on
One s uch condition which be disour campus we have a honest-to- cussed concerned dissolving thE
goodness scientist who is working protein in 88% fomic acid for l1i!:
on a project to help rid the world initial run. "An initial run," h e
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diseasexplains,
"is
the
first
test
you
do
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to determine the total amount of
Lanny Youree, Ardmore jtmior, dye f(\lllld in the protein. This ini s the scientist and hepatic cancer cludes both polar bond dyes ana
or cance r of the liver, is the dyes that are bonded loosely."
. disease.
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my
initial run I go
.Laimy says that essentially what through a washing technique .to
. he is doing is "working with or- try to get rid of the loosely bond. ganic dyes which are bonded to ed dyes. I am interested only in the
protein found in rat livers." The amoun~ of polar bonding of the
r easo:t' for this, in layman's lang- dyes of the protein. From this
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SPONSORED BY THE Samuel RQberts Nobel Foundation, Lanny Y-ouree
carcinogenic, which means they is any affect on the formation of
spends many hours each day working toward finding a cure for hepatic
will produc e cancer if injected into cancer caused by carcinogen."
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the diet of the rat.
Lanny keeps his test -rats at
McCormack)
.. What we are checking for is the foundation in Ardmore at1d kills
the amount or extent of bounding them after they have been fed the
of these organic dyes to the pro- dye for 15 days. "Tbe dye coltein. From this we will be able lects around the rats~ liver when
to find if the bonging of the carcino- fed and soon it induces cancer.
Sue Taylor.
ALPHA SIGMA TA U
Linda White will serve as big gen is related to the formation of They would eventually die. " says
cancer. ••
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s ister to Yvonne Powell and Jacky
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Lanny
is
working
through~ the
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Hagan is big si s ter to Betty Carkill
them."
ter. Donna L ynn will have Sue Samuel- Roberts Nobel Foundation
pledge c lass. Phyllis Venson is
Youree says that exactly how
in
Ardmqre.
"I
got
interested
in
Aday as big sister, and Inda Jo ·
vice- president , with Ann Harrell
long thi s project will take i s unthi$ pro ject this summer when I c ertain. "All we can -hope for is
Hughe s will act in that capacity
as secretary-treasurer.
worked at the fmmdation's carcino- a lot of library research, many
for Paula Jackson.
Big sisters to the pledges have
gen section. I am now connected s ucc essful and unsu~ces sful exalso been named.
Gayla Miller has been !'lamed
with an undergraduate program periments, and many dead and livbig sister to Debbie Taylor , Janie
Martha $.mitb is big s ister to
working with the foundation to see er less rats to ~ile up over the
Bullard, big sister to Alicfa Wil Ann Harrell. Big sisters to Vi ckie
if I can J help determine the cause
McGuire are Vonne Wells and
kerson, and Susan McCarley,' big
course of many• months or many
of l\epati c cancer."
s ister to Jodie Doxsee.
Dana Haggard. Lynn Monk s is lityears, " says Youree.
I.Janny
has
been
working
about
tle sister to Linda Kirby anq
Pledge trainers are Carol Hill But Lanny is certain that the
tw0 months on the present project answer will be found. If not by
Phyllis Venson is little sister to
and LaChrica Coyle.
Formal initiation of the pledge_s .- :y\'d is now trying to find the "best him , then by someone else who is
technique to determine the amount just as interested and dedicated
will occur Dec. 9.
of bonding of the dye to the pro- to the project as is he.
DELTA ZETA
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Delta
Zeta, social sorority ,
So far he c laim s that he Jlas
pledges met Tue~y . Oct. 7, t ~made progress which only those
elect pledge offtcers for the
wbo are associated with the proThe
Phyllis Drew, Bennington junior,
semester.
g ram O!" are familiar with this type
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was
Shirley
De
of
r~arch
would
be
interested
in
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was chosen by the members of
Vault , Denison,
Tex. , presi'"1 have extracted the protein
Blue Key Thursday nigtrt, October
dent; Sue Shilling, Madill, vice- . --t:Om the rats• livers and then put
9, in the lobby of Hallie McKinpresident; Linda Davis, Durant , 'tbem .through various washing proney to represent them as "Blue
secretary-treasurer, and Karen
cesses to rid them of impurities
Key Favorite".
1U7 N. 1st
Phone 924-5500
Miss Drew was presented a
Kyzer, Hartshorne, reporter.
. which might later affect the redozen red roses and a white-gold
sults of the experiment, " Lanny
SIGMA KAPPA
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ID bracelet engraved "Blue Key
says.
Five
coeds
have
recenUy
pledg"Th~ protein is then dissolved
Favorite".
ed Sigma Kappa, social sorority,
in speCified solvents. They will
CHARBURGER
CHAPPARALS
and received pledge pins and
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boards at the last meeting.
vants and _from this I have taken
One-Fourth Pollllll
president of Chapparals, SouthPicking up colors include Linspectrums (a band of colored lines
da Sanders, Mac omP;
Joe Lou
eastern's auto club, for the comgiven off from the protein) of the
50 Cent•
Fernandez, Holdenville; Bonnie
mg year .
solutions under various c011di·
Elected
vice - president was
Plummer , Tulsa; Mary Barnes,
Guerry Hibarger with John Davis
Poteau, and Margaret
Elt:od.
as secretary - treasure r. Stuart
Kemp.
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Wood is reporter.
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The - group is planning a car
sorority beau. He is a memra1ly Sunday , Oct. 19 at 2 p.m .
ber of Phi Sigma Epsilon, social
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Anyone interested is invited to
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MAGIC PENTAGON
Magic Pentagon math c lub met
last week to elect friendliest girl
and boy nominees and make plans
for Homecoming activities.
Next meeting date has been set
for the third Thursday in November at 7 p.m.
ALPHA ETA RHO
Alpha Eta Rho will host an
aviation party Friday nigbt at Lake
Texoma. Members .are invited to
attend.
Frat Pledges Get
Bids, Attend Meet
Fraternity pledges picked up
their bids in the dean of students'
office Oct. 12 from 2 to 3 p.m.
Pledges attended fraternit y banquets given last week. Sigma Tau
Gamma held its banquet at Underwoods in Sherman, Tex. , Wednesday, Oct. 8. TKE held a banquet
at the Holiday Inn in Durant Oct.
9 and the Phi Sig's had theirs at
Underwoods on Oct. 10.
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THE SOUTHEASTERN, Durant, Oklahoma
Future Frosh
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Thursday, October 16, 1969
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Southeastern Savages travel to
Langston S~turday for a battle with
the Lions at 8 p.m., Anderson
Field.
Langston is having a tough season thus far as they have done down
to defeat in their first three outtngs. In their last home game, the
Lioos were defeated by the Central
state Brooches 24-14 before a
throog of 6 , 000 people.
The Lions will have a player
back this year that haunted the
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Maintain
Race Lead
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COLLISION AHEAD As SS: Unebacker BJUy Bolt
come~
up to put the spot on a Ranger.back. Holt is
a st;andout in his sophomore year and .promises to
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period, but it was too little to late
and the final tally read Rangers
19, sse a.The story of the game was; as
has been the case all year, a
lack of the ability to move the
ball as sse totaled only 146 yards
on offehse. , The Rangers came
out running, and put up 150 yards
on the ground, using the breaks to
first of his two touchdowns.
The Rangers finally put together
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recovering a fumble on their own
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plays with Pinckard blasting over
By JOHN FORRESTER
from the four.
The magic touch · of victory
Trailing by 19 points, the Sav.seems. to stay ooe step away from
ages refused to lay down, and movt~e Savages as they dropped their
SCOI'e.
ed the hall down the field to the
fourth straight decision to the
After a scoreless first half unRanger
forty. There Markham
rough and ready RangersofNorth- .der high wind~. the ~gers blockfound Robert MacPhail in the clear,
westem last Saturday night. A 4eed a Tommy Strode punt ~on the
and he moved down the sidelines
fensive battle until halftime, the
three, and Steve Hillebrand carpicking · up Savages along the way.
Rangers capitalized on a trio ~of
ried the mail in for NW. The Rang An offsides on the PAT gave SSC
sse bobble s and took ·a 19- 0 lead ers struck again lime lightening as a chance for two, and Mike Walbefore the end of the third quarter.
they picked off a Dudley Markham _ den made a diving catch of Mark-.
The Savages put together @ne scorpass and scored on the next play
ham • s pass to close the gap to
ing
drive early in the closing
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with Ron Pinckard turning in the
19-8 with over nine minutes left
to play.
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sse started a •drlve
after mons ter Don Snowdon recovered a
fumble on the Savage 34. They
moved down the field until an
interception killed the drive and
By GANN BURN~
- eighth-ranked Bulldogs fell from - the Savage hopes with it.
• Northeastern Redmen kept their . the unbeaten ranks. Central State
The Savages take to the road
slim hold. on first place! in the
scored on tailback Terry Bryant's again next week as they visit the
Oklahoma Collegiate Conference · one-yard plunge in the second air minded Langston Lions at the
by easily defeating East p entral
quarter, while Southwestern was Larigstonian homecoming. It may
35-7 Saturday
night. That
Win gave
tallyi.ng on Charles Hicks ' 78- be that they will tlnd that extra
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the number two NAIA team a 3 - 0
yard jaunt in tbe same quarter with stride for· a win next week. ·
conference mark and 5-0 overall
both teams leaving at halftime 7-6
standing.
and battling to a scoreless secSTUDENTS
-But the surprise ofthebigweekond half.
CLEANING
occ STANDINGS
end was eentral State's na~~v;' 7-6
victory over defending c .
pion
& LAUNDRY
Conf. Season
Southwestern. That kept the Bron· W L
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chos on Northeastern's tlrail in
Northeastern
FREE PICKUP
3 0
5 0
second place with a 2-0 OCC
Central State
2 0
3 1
& DELIVERY
mark an~ 3-1 for . the season.
Panhandle
1 0
4 1
Call Doak Smith
The loss knockea the Bulldogs
Southwestern
2 1
3 1
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from a ·fie for firs t . into' fourth . East Central
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1 2
2 2
Ext. 2385
with Panhandle moving ahead to
;Northwestern
1 2
3 2
third with a 12-6 wfu over the
Southeastern
0 2
0 4
IDEAL CLEANERS
Langston Lions.
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Langston
0 3
0 4
and UAUNDRY
That sets up the SoilthwesternNortheastern match at Weather•
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GU1VTER D~UG
homecoming at 2 p.m. Secondplace Central State visits Ea~
Phone 92-4-3495
Free D el.
Central,
Panhandle travels to
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&
Main
Durant.
Okl.a
Northwestern and the Savages gc
to Langston for a 2 p.m. gapte in
their homecoming.
Fo~ - Women
Redmen rode . the cbur$g legs
Jungle Gardenia
of Manny Britto and the arm of
Fashions nYChant!) No. 5
quarterback Roy Burk to victory
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KrnEI' of CALlflENIA
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against East Central as .Britto
Faberge
Cbuntry Set
gained 109 yards on 24' <!arries
R~vJon
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. and Burk passed for 203 yards
- and two touchdowns. N ortbeastern
For .'Wen
Panty Hose
jumped off to a 27-7 halftime lead
Brute by Faberge
and were never slowed down in
Nine Flags
their 1easy win.
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British Sterling
Bank Americard
Eugene Wilton, who missed oo
English LeatherAccepted
Southwestern's conversion try,,
Chane1201 West t&Un
saw a field goal attempt fall short
and had another blocked as tbe1 ·
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Gives Rangers
Conference . Win
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leave the entire cmference
and blue before
be finishes. (Staff Photo by Dene Herron)
Southwestern Falls
From F'i rs'.t Place·
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Prophets maintained their slim
lead in intramural football action
last
week
as
they nudged
the BVD's 12-0 on John Bell's
two touchdown passes of 16 and
38 yards to Bob Locke to raise
their record to 4-0.
The second-place Roadrunners
remained close behind the leaders as they notched their third
straight shutout blanking the previously unbeaten AU-Stars 19-0.
Riggy Thomas threw three TD
passes, two to Ben Lord, to pace
the winners.
The All-Stars recorded a win by
forfeit later in the week from the
Phi Sigs to remain in third place
behind the Roadrunners.
In other games, TKE defeated
the Sideswipes 20-6 with George
Green throwing three touchdown
passes, two to Carl Hollingsworth.
BSU just got by the Derelicts 13-7
as Tom Grayson threw for two
scores.
The Speed Demons also shut out
the Derelicts 25-0 as Forre st
Wright threw two TD passes, two
to Buddy Yandell, and scored one
on a run.
Savages a year ago. Nathaniel
Fowler, main reason for SOC's
defeat at Durant last year, plays
split-end and catches anything
thrown "near" him.
Connie Sledge, All- American
quarterback candidate last season,
was lost to graduation, but Odie
Waller will try to fill his shoe s.
Larry Mosley will join Waller in
the backfield to give Waller's pass ing a relief. Larry McGee, who
has already blocked two punt s
this season, is a main cog in the
Langston defense.
INTRAMURAL STAN DINGS
Prophets
4-0
Roadrunners
3 -G
All- Stars
3- 1
B. V.D. 's
2- 1
BB Alumni
1- 1
TKE
2-2
Speed Demons
2- 2
BSU
1-2
Sideswipes
1- 2
Derelicts
1-3
Mud Creekers
0- 1
Sig Taus
0-1
Spoilers
0- 2
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Adding his name to the list of
distinguished coaches • who graduated from Southeastern will be
assistant basketball cqach, Rip_
Tidwell. Among those preceding
him are Tommy McVay, Wayne
Cobb, and the present Savage mentor, Coach James Bowers•
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