The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 26, 1915, Image 7

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in the A. & M. College, and he will find friends on every side who will be glad to help him m every possible way. The A. & M. College is essen tially the people’s college, and the authorities stand ready and willing to help any yourig man who really wants an education and who is will ing, if need be, to make some sacri fice in order to accomplish his pur pose. HETY-SIX CADETS DECEIVE DIPLOiAS THIS YEAR’S GRADUATING CLASS IS COMPOSED OF NINETY-SIX STUDENTS. AGRICULTURE LEADS The Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas will send ninety-six men into the field on June S, when diplomas are presented to hat many graduates. Of that number fifty-five will graduate in the school of agricul ture, three in architecture, five in chemical engineering, twelve in civil engineering, thirteen in electrical en gineering, six in mechanical engineer ing, and two in textile engineering. Eighteen men will receive ceretificates in the two-year airicultural course, and three in the two-year textile engi neering course. Those who “should” graduate: Agriculture. G. W. Adriance, Bryan; R. R. Allen, Palestine; V. A. Barracco, Houston; A. E. Beckmann, San Antonio; T. R. Broun, Greenwood; L. W. Brown, Mathis; J. S. Bugbee, Clarendon; A. E. Burges, Weatherford; A. R. Camp bell, Plano; T. G. Cherry, Giddings; S. P. Clark, Hico; W. C. Coleman, Athens; J. C. Collins, Channing; A. B. Copeland, Huckaby; C. J. Davis, Cor sicana; S. F. Davis, San Antonio; A. E. Dodson, Petersburg; E. R. Eiland, Rockdale; H. F. Ellis, Abbott; G. D. Everett, Dallas; W. B. Francis, Col lege Station; H. H. Gammill, Bryan; E. R. Girardeau, Galveston; O. W. Greene, Comanche; C. F. Haller, Vic toria; L. E. Holloway, Dallas; L. P. Jones, Temple; J. M. Kincheloe, Hub bard; A. W. Kinnard, Jr., Bryan; M. Knolle, Industry; H. T. McCollum, Valley View; W. P. Martin, Rotan; H. M. Mayo, Jr., E. P. Menke, Hemp stead; F. O. Montague, Rockdale; J. H. Moore, DeKalb; I. H. Mowrey, Al- meda; G. C. Palmer, Dunn; D. H. Per sons, Hied; E. M. Peters, Hondo; J. L. Sanders, Lavernia; M. D. Sanders, Hubbard; C. H. Savage, Bailey; D. W. Scott, McKinney; G. H. F. Sengel- mann, Schulenburg; W. L. Stangel, Ft. Worth; J. H. Tigner, Houston; J. M. \Turner, Jr., Angleton; C. F. Warren, T. Hewitt, O. F. Washam, Crawford; C. E. P. Wisrodt, Galveston; H. E. Yeary, Farmers ville; N. D. Zuber, Bryan. Architecture. M. C. Crisp, Cuero; P. T. Crown, Waco; W. D. Rutan, Port Arthur. Chemical Engineering. G. R. Dunning, Gonzales; G. A. Saper, Houston; J. R. Jarvis, Bran don; L. J. Skeeler, Orange; C. S. Whittet, Anchorage. Civil Engineering. J. E. Bell, Ruling; T. L. Bell Jr., Hot Weather Happiness To look well and feel com. fortable through the hot, sticky days, that’s your problem. Come in—see how we solve it. “Keep-Kool” Palm Beaches “Keep-Kool” Mohairs— Featherweight Worsteds— Will bring you Hot Weather Happiness—Will help you smile at Mr. Sun. There is a fresh dapper style about “Keep-Kool” Clothes —that makes purchasers of passerby— We haven’t forgotten either— that value is a vital point— you will like the prices. They are figured on a “come- again” basis. Brandon & Lawrence Dallas; S. H. Burchard, Gonzales; F. W. Cawthon, Denison; V. C. Denton, Whitewright; B. H. Faber, Eagle Lake; E. O. Francisco, Coalgate, Okla.; W. S. Gillespie, Houston; E. F. Hurdle, Slayden, Miss.; S. C. Mc Carty, Taylor; S. K. Mason, San An tonio; M. A. Moss, Izora. Electrical Engineering. W. W. Carson, Sherwood; P. W. Clarkson, San Antonio; E. M. Claytor, Campbell; D. Davis, Dawson; B. H. Dickie, Breckenridge; E. H. Hogue, Paris; C. C. Hudspeth, Hondo; J. F. Nasho, Belton; E. C. Rack, Waco; M. W. Smith, Overton; S. R. Strib- bling, Waco; C. W. Williams, Fort Stockton; R. L. Young, Hallettsville. Mechanical Engineering. J. R. Alexander, Navasota; R. De Long, Mexia; F. A. Homann, New Braunfels; W. L. Reynolds, Houston; V. Smitham, Walnut Springs; C. S. Wilson, Bryan. Textile Engineering. J. H. Browder Jr., Groesbeck; G. W. Sansom, Groesbeck. Two-Year Course in Agriculture. O. L. Allen, Yoakum; W. F. Bell, Ruling; A. J. Blassingame, Kemp; C. J. George, Waco; R. E. Glover, San Antonio; T. N. Lee, Eckert; J. F. Rill, Panhandle; A. W. Long, Childress; R. F. McCampbell, San Antonio; R. L. May, Tolbert; M. A. Miliken, New Waverly; C. A. Mills, Lancaster; T. S. Morrow, Arlington; H. B. Nowlin, Valley Mills; G. H. Russell; Cotulla; H. O. Schulze, Hilda; W. L. Stiles, San Antonio; W. Waak, Bellville. Two-Year Course in Textile Engineering. W. S. Hajek, Bryan; E. C. Turpe, Lytle; E. R. Tuerpe, Lytle. Save a Trip to Town By giving your order for that pair of SHOES to S. D. HERVEY, at 17 MITCHELL HOLE PROOF HOSIERY A SPECIALTY You Can't Afford To Be Without One If you are interested in your college, her customs, and her traditions. On sale now in pamphlet form. Local History of A. & M. College BY AUSTIN E. BURGES Fifteen Illustrations and panoramic views of campus 22x 6 1-4. Send order saying how many you want at 25c Per Copy O. D. DEPUTY, Go. “H” College Station, Texas