‘'w THURSDAY MARCH 19 1931 THE OKLAHOMA DAILY NORMAN OKLAHOMA PACE THREE j- TCWIS SOLLOWAY Altus TM A xiiny dinner guest of Phi Bet Del- 1 RALPH WILSON Dallas U a pint ttr pi Kappa Alpha house pnTA UPSILON had WUliara !Wht u a Wednesday luncheon inert PHI OAMMA DELTA fit host this to Jack HaU New York N Y TUESDAY DINNER guests of Lamb t Chi Alpha were William Mead E Brcedecker and Russel Cummings Lath of Mulhall r ALPHA CHI OMEGA had as Tuesday dt""1 guests Maurlne Stephens cewklrk and Mrs Paul Arnold Oklahoma City TUESDAY DINNER guests of Sigma du Sigma were Mrs Bessie Towrc ind Mia Jeff Stone both of Oklahoma :tty r BERNICE DARWIN Dallas is a inert at the Delta Delta Delta house Mortar Board Givea High Rating Here tlrs F D Coleman President Now Visiting Kansas School The local chapter of Mortar Board u given a high rating by its natlon-1 president Mrs F D Coleman of incoln Nebr who was in Norman injecting the Chapter last Monday Altho in Norman only one day Mrs oleman was guest to an extensive en-rrtalnment Monday morning an ali-nul meeting was held with Mrs Cole-nan presiding At noon a luncheon was iven In her honor at the Copper Ket-e which waa followed by a meeting the active chapter at one o’clock At nur she was honored with a tea at idlth Mayer's studio and later in the ftemoon waa dinner guest at the Del-a Delta Delta house Mrs Cdteman 'is on an inspecting uur at the new Chapters Prom Nor-nan she went to Lawrence Kan rhere the University of Kansas chap-rr is located - i ' f Graduate Fellowships Offered atXolorado Fellowships open to university colic and technical graduates who are iglble for research work are being tiered by the Colorado School of lnea at Golden In mining mctaUur-n1 geological petroleum and chem-:al research The value of each fellowship ranges from 1675 to 9700 Applicant must send copies of their ciUeglate records from the school here they graduated giving addiCrai- information on experience and ref-renres Students interested in the fellow -ipa may find Information in the of-e of Dr Homer L Dodge dean of e graduate school Famous-Specialists To Speak at Tulsa Medical Convention Program Arranged by Extension Division April 6 Wolfs to- the first time with tile State Medical society the extension division cf the university and the medical association of Tlusa county has arranged a one-day medical program in Tulsa April S featuring lectures by four of the most famous specialists In America Dr J H Musaer Dr Charles Elliott Dr H M Qlmstead and Dr Porter P Vinson will be the speakers rxfOM SpeciaUst Listed Musser professor of medicine at Tulane university and president of the American college of physicians la a specialist In kidney diseases Elliott professor id medicine at Northwestern university Is special' lt i:i gaiter and thyroid Omstead of the Barnes hospital Bt Louis and professor of medicine at Washington university in Bt Louis Is a specialist in dietetics Map o Man to Talk Vinson of the Mayo clinic Rochester Minn specializes in the treatment cf diseases by the bronchoscope L W Klbler director of medical service in the extension division is handling the administration of the course KlUer's recommendation of the course which is free to any Oklahoma physElan is seconded by Carl P Simpson secretary of the Tulsa Medical association Kiwanis Club Reviews Article on Convention The international convention of Kl- wanU to be held at Palm Beach Fla rtekson Enid la the most popular co April 3 to I was the chief topic stress- ed Oklahoma A and M college and ed in a review id the Klwanls club hu 1676000 votes to prove It magazine given by Red Scott 1 at a meet in Wednesday j h non-sorority candidal The Development of the Gas Bust-!111 “ ai:'colEe contert wU1 rss" ftom the article by Floyd Gib- i 1 V" ta th 1931 bona on natural gas in the United sUa tulent yearbook Aggies Vote Eiiid Girl Tigers After State Most Popular Coed Cage Tonight States was the subject of a talk given by Fare Kee of the Oklahoma Natural Gas company Nona Boyette and Bob Campbell entertained with a piano-iaza phone duet Second place went to Mercedes Can-5r also cl Enid and third to Juanita Hunt who received 1371000 and l 225300 votes respectively Ah three an from Garfield county —————— — 1 ‘ TOAD to Have Motor Taxes Bring Chain Store Debate j State $93808505 College Forensic Championship j Statistics Show Amount Paid To be Decided April 2 I During Last Decade Strong Utica Tram to be First Foe of Meet The final champiohshlp debate of OKLAHOMA CITY— CAP) — Motor -the Oklahoma Junior College Forensic sts gpeeding along highways or crawl-be presented over clt ltreetI paid $93-WNAD university broadcasting sta- (8MiS05 ta KawUne and automobile U-tlim from 735 to 990 Thursday night eente tax to the state during the last April 3 according to T M Bealrd ! declde- Fire Extinguishing Equipment Donated Apparatus Given Physics School By Kansas Company director The two Junior colleges that will meet in the final debate will be selected In preliminary debates held April 1 and 3 Five Judges selected by officials of the association will be in the studio at the time of the debate and 50 citizens from different parts of the state will telepohne their decisions to the station at the dose of the debate The question of debatee will be Resolved: That chain stores are detrimental to the best interests of the American public The studio judges are: Dr Roy GltOnger dean of administration Dr Victor H Kulp professor of law Jim Robinson law-2 Norman George Copeland captain pf the university debate team and Hicks Epton law-3 Durant I Fire extinguishing designed to furnish chemical protection has been given to the physics department by J H Ay cock representative of the Tri-State Sales company Kansas City Mo according to Dr Homer L Dodge dean of the graduate achoOL The equipment was sent in accordance with the request of Dodge concerning the Shur-Llne products and consists of two parts The automatic fireman hermetically seated glass container containing carbon tetrachloride and the motor-guardian email brass container holding liquid to be thrown on fires have been installed in the physics lecture room In addition to being used for fire protection they win be referred to by our teachers in connection with discussion of volatile gasses heavy gasses combustion and fusible alloys The chemicals used in the instrument form a heavy gas which smothers fire ’armors of Arkansas The statistics were compiled by Ed McDonald secretary of the state highway commission Of the collections $48787329 was returned to counties for use on county highways while $45323-375 was retained by the state Automobile license taxes brought $47-336325 into the department in the ten-year period Since 1923 the state has received 40 per cent and counties E0 per cent of the collections The Norman high school Tigers wlb begin play in their first state basketball tournament et 7:30 o'clock tonight The Tiger win meet the strong Utica team which handed Ardmore a 50 to 30 drubbing in the regional finals For the first time since Herman “Red' Nelson was injured during the middle of the regular season the Norman team will have its full strength Nelson stiii carries his shoulder in a brace but tha injury has practically heated If Norman survives the first round it will meet the winner of the first-round match between Loyal and Jennings Friday Loyal is tha team which eliminated Oklahoma City Central in the regional trials Coach Hal Muldrow probably will rely on the same team that carried him thru tha district and regional tourneys This consists of Wilson Rants ami Don Quthrle forwards Nelson center Leroy Howard and Wayne ' Leerone guards with Glenn Dye Paul Moody and -Scotty" Scott in reserye Noted Football Coach Quit£ Work for Year To Learn Army Game They Should Have Asked For a Cow Jewish Sorority Has Pig Trouble When Pledge Brings In Porker K U is Optimistic About Tennis Team Oklahoma and Missouri Players Are Most Feared SIOMA DELTA TAU Jewish sorority has been having pig trouble FORT SILL — AP) — Imagine a great football coach forsaking the Gasoline thought $46471450 in-’ I? complteIy But to state coffers of which $15416328 eras apportioned to counties and $31355351 kept by the state Oklahoma retains three cents of the four -cent tax under pretent laws Former Student Dies In Automobile Crash Gustav Ebding Says China is Up Moon Is ‘ Only 109 Miles Away CLEVELAND — Gustav T Ebding of Cleveland who failed In his injunction suit to keep President Hodver from faking office in 1939' and' authof of a book proving— to his ts'tlxf action —that the world is hot it 'globe' but rather that we live on the inside of a big hole in solid space now hu a new IdeaTor reaching the moon According to Ebding’ ' theory ' all stans the moon and the sun are in tho-center of this fairly small vacant space and the way to get to China quickest is to' fly straight up To encourage aviators to fly to the moon which he says is less than 100 miles away Ebding would have someone give $5300 for every ml above the elght-mlte limit flown by an aviator ' Some day he- claims trips will be made to the roon within a few minutes flying time Tax on Sweets Is Urged by Puckett Candy as Harmful as Cigarets Health Man Says Mott Hanna 23 Chic kasha former university student was kilted near Blanchard lata Tuesday in an auto accident Ha had picked up a ride on the highway white returning from Oklahoma City Hanna attended the university two Unable to Fay Debts I years u an aria and sciences student irom 1928 to 1930 He wu vice prfsi- LITTLE ROCK Ark— AP— The 'ersge Arkansas farmer at the end last yrsr had paid not more than "O per cent of hii Indebtedness mors sn a jiar old and only $4 per cent i that contracted in his 1930 crop C Bouton fedrral-slaie crop siatlsiis "i said in ills annual rrpjrt on the uncial standuig oi Aikansas farm-ii ’ A year ago 11 per cent of old indebt-I'nms had been paid and $3 per cent : tii current obligations Hit report id drat of the freshman class during his first gear om Johnson Enters ( Ilonic Town Politics Tom 11 I At Discussion Group To Hear Holton Tonight What Good is There in Religion that a Man Can UaeT" will be the subject of Rev A R Holton Instructor In Tcligt'jn In a lecture before a discussion group at $ o'clock tonight in the Union card room The meeting la the third of a series to be given under the direction of the Y M C A The hut lecture will be given next Thursday by Ralph K Records assistant professor of history LERS— (API— Tom Johnson mrr state lecislstor and one of the 'o-ir llorsMiH-n’’ during l he sperial -lon that Impearhrd Henry S' John m former governor again has enter politics this time in his home loan s name will appear along with foul pm lent on the democratic ballot mday as candidate for JuMWf of the iraee Johnson is opposed by M G- Lolt fber -liier Arde son barber C A ntey rad men haul and Csiri Florenc I EL EL Will Present Picture to Engineers The local branrh of ihe American nsiiiute of EWIMcsl Fnrtneeft have "ed m prevni a Irawd picture of ichaei Faraday in Ihe Cdlre of meeting Thi yer haa bra H aide In hte nor a It tie Ivindirdih year luce h mad several fundamental oaniw III rleeltkat rnginerllng Mi lihh the ptwiil day aiewv I based (Juraibinlhg pedestrian on Ihs ri of New Votit record! Odumw sies fieuMoen radio M Mie astound f-p twnrluMnti that five mil of ' SIX el Plowed Land Values Below 1927 Average OKLAHOMA CITY— (AP)— A tabulation of land values made by Ken neth Blood federal itatutlclan ana Stuart Bryan state board ot agrteul-turs stattstlefen shows value of plow ed land la the state reached 138 an acre this year— the lowest average since 1937 Avenge value now is $1 und-r that of the 1916-1931 average The highest average was $45 in 1928 In 191$ records show land values averaged $21 per acre showing n increase until 1920 then declining to a point where It remained stationary until 192S when it (rent to $45 Another decline then began OKLAHOMA CITYV— (AP)— Reiterating his tlalm that candy is mere hkhnfijl to Children snd‘ adults than qigarets Dr Carl Puckett former state h£&th commissioner' has ' asked: the legislature to place a tax not only on dgareU and cigars but -also-on soft drinks and" candy Doctor Puckett said surveys made by him indicated that teeth 9f thousands of grade school children were imperfect He said the cause "in his opinion was consumption of too much candy at an early age-In one grade school In southern Oklahoma Doctor Puckett said 28 per cent of the students in the lxth grade reported teeth In poor condition 32 per cent in the seventh grade and 47 per cent In the eighth This is about the average for the state he asserted He found he said that the average in high schools is about 38 per cent Detectives have uncovered a "racket' in New York In which scores of school teachers out of work paid hundred-of dollars to a fake teachers' agency which promised them Jobe without the necessity of taking examination it's not a mystery story — it's the did army ga When Capt Lawrence E Jones known to the nation's football fans as "Biff Jones completed his tour of duty as head coach of West Point grid teams at the end of the 1929 season ho came down here to team to be better soldier His course of study will be completed next June and then altho his plans are not known It is considered likely Jones will Join sn R O T C unit in some outstanding university where he coud return to the game he loves teaching youn collegia ns tlie ramifications of football Virginia Fisher bus-1 City was going thru hell-week "Bring in a good fat porker" members ordered her "and bring it in alive and kicking” Virginia started hog-hunting With her went another pledge who had been ordered to bring in a mule They located a fanner with the necessary livestock persuaded him to rent It out for a few hours The farmer being good-hearted chipped In a wagon to boot nLEDOES mutes jngon and pig 1 reported at the Sigma Delta Tsu house at dusk Tuesday night Members observed commended Pledges started back farm-ward with their caravan In the wagon bed lay the pig tightly trussed When Miss Fisher reached the farm she discovered that her porker had died in transit supposedly from restricted circulation The farmer demanded payment Delta Tau prifl- Delta Tau is wondering Just what to do with its pig LAWRENCE Kan— The prospects for tennis at the University ot Kansas this season are the best in years Three of last year's Ict'ermcn are returning Leading the list or prospects Is Junior Coes Other returning tettermen are Theodore O'Leary Leonard Rosser and George Hurd George Allred captain of the team two years sgo will be back for his final year ot competition Another prospect is Douglas Scott Coach Walter R Smith thinks that the popularity of tennis Is increasing and that it will be made a major sport In the future Coach Smll'' also said this year's strongest competition would probably come from the Missouri team and from Oklahoma last year’s Big Six champion Cyclone Swim Team Wins Three Plaques Business Expert Has Longest Railway Pass OKLAHOMA CITY— (AP)— Donald K Wallace business specialist of thq federal department of commerce who has been making an Industrial study thruout the nation said he hu tho longest railroad ticket ever Issued from the nation's capital It originally was 9 feet 6 laches long and covered every Into city in the n tlon Iowa— (Bpecial)— In winning the Big Six swimming crown for the second time in three years the Iowa State paddters won all three plaques representing the championship and victory in the medfr? and 400-yard relays The Cyclone swimmers established the record of 4:133 for the 400-yard relay and broke the old record In the 300-yard medley with a time of 3:347 In ther Individual events the Iowa State mn broke three records and Dick Fle'g Des Moines retained the diving championship State Schools to Get Copies of Mat Annual An annual describing the recent in-terschola3tic wrestling tournament held In the Fteldliouse will be distributed to high schools soon Paul V Keen Sooner wrestling mentor announced The books will be off the press In approximately vee weeks he said A world's record in Individual and team attendance was set when the Soane rs were host to 24 teams totaling 148 contestants One hundred and sixty-three bouts were run off during the meet i Rebate checks have been mailed to 23 of the 24 visiting team Norman high school had no expense Timber Cruisers Club Takes New Members Mta Ivan D Yes to: and Evelyn Anderson have ghown their ability to stick to their mounts when Jumping over hurdles and have been taken into tbe Timber Crubers club which is composed of women in tho advanced riding classes under Lieutenant Yea-ton The club rl'l meet at 7:10 tonight In 333 Fine Arts building Permanent Waving $750 Hot Oil Shampoo $100 Finger Waves 50 Lady’s Haircuts 50 ARTHUR GRAY'S College Beauty Shop Jutt Cast of Varsity Corner The tire that millions prefer— Lindquist Tire Shop Phone 704 - We Give Green Stamps 2i 7 W Main Hide Your Own Bikes In the Springtime Is Advice of Policeman Springtime i bicycle lime but ride your own bike advised Sergeant George L McKinney Wednesday as the luurih bicycle of the wrrk wu re-pmlcd staten "it hrll-wrrk on the unlvrreity campus doesn't convince me that spring te hne this annual stealing of bicycle surely docs" said Sergeant McKinney Christopher Columbus wu right The en‘h is round A picture of the Picl-lie ocean taken near San Dtrao Calif slwax a deckled rune on Ihe surface ot the water with the hurisnn Thank You! 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