Banquet - Fenstermacher
BANQUET Of 7.11 0. A. Convention In Tulsa Saw Eleven Hundred Hen Seated In Big- Hall— Muskogeeans On Program Today Tulsa. Feb. 12.—(Special.)—Eleven hundred men sat down to a ban quet ln Tulsa's munictpal convention halt last night. It was the opening event of the statewide Toung Men's Christian association convention, which will continue until Sunday nlffht. In every way tb« banquet was a success and It. ln Itself. ang-ur s well for the complete success of the entire convention. It was the largest banquet ever held ln the state of Oklahoma and probably ln the southwest. Men from colleges throughout the state vied with eacn other ln their school yells and sonm and lent an air of animation to the occasion that was rendered by the 42 -piece band from Kendall college of Tulsa. Immediately foliowtnjr the serving of the banquet the speaking began with Or. Sttatton D. Brooks, president of the state university at Norman, In the rolo of toast master. The speakers were Carl C. Magee, of Tulsa, who welcomed the visitors; H. Shelor, president of the Muskogee Commercial club who responded; C. O. Chandler, presl dent of the Kansas National bank, i leader ln the gtwpel team work in that state, and Dr. Clarence A. Barbour, secretary of the International T. M. C. A. committee of New York city. A male quartet rendered some splendid musi during the evening". Although the convention proper did not open until thhj morning, delegates from all parts of the state began pour Ing- Into Tulsa yesterday. Muskogeeans on today's program are: "Thn Latshaw Plan of Church Cooperation."—Rev. Harry C. Shlffler, Muskogee. "Truancy and Delinquency,"—T. 1.. Hall. Muskogee; A. M. Weilch. "Boy Scouts,"—C. H. Fenstermacher.