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The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 18, 1969, Image 4

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Would You Believe? Fresh From The Gulf OYSTERS on the half-shell or fried to order Served Right Here on the Campus 5 to 7 each evening at the famous Oyster Room MSC Cafeteria CIVIL ENGINEERS NEW MEXICO STATE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT Starting- salaries, no experience: Junior Engineers $8640 BS Assistant Engineers $9420 MS Challenging work in a young state going places fast. Ideal climate, year-round recreation. Contact Placement Office. PIZZA INN FREE DORM DELIVERY Open 11 a. m. to 12 p. m. Mon. Thru Thurs. 11 a. m. - 2 p. m. Fri. & Sat. 1 p. m. - 12 p. m. Sun. Call 846-6164 or 846-9984 For Orders To Go Or Eat In 413 Hwy. 6, So. Across from the Ramada Inn Page 4 THE BATTALION College Station, Texas Tuesday, March 18, 1969 Ag Convocation Honors Students Four Merit Award winning seniors and an Honor Professor were named here Monday night during the Student Agricultural Council Convocation. nize an outstanding professor and students and to hear speakers on subjects of broad interest. Horace W. Van Cleave of the Entomology Department was se lected as Honor Professor in rec ognition of his teaching ability and student relations. A special recognition award was presented to Dr. R. C. Potts, associate dean of agriculture for instruction and advisor to the Student Agricultural Council. The four students were John W. Davis, Jr., of Brazil, South Ameri ca, majoring in agricultural en gineering; Lynn Ray Irby of Irv ing, wildlife science; Howard D. Hicks of Bandera, agricultural economics; and James G. Mc- Manigal of Happy, animal science. C. G. Scruggs of Dallas, editor of the “Progressive Farmer” magazine, was the principal speaker. His topic was “A New World To Be Won.” Van Cleave’s selection is the second time he has been named a top professor at the university. Last year, he was chosen as the Outstanding Professor in the Col lege of Agriculture by the Col legiate FFA Chapter. Scruggs has been with the Pro gressive Farmer since his gradu ation from A&M in 1945. He is widely known for his agricultural improvement activities. THE STUDENT Agricultural Council, composed of representa tives from technical clubs in the College of Agriculture, holds the convocation each year to recog- The assistant professor was graduated from here in 1952 with a BS degree in agricultural edu cation. His MS degree in ento mology came in 1958. He has com pleted requirements for his doc torate in entomology at Oklahoma State University. Each of the Merit Award win ning students received certifi cates. Their names will be en graved on a large bronze plaque on permanent display in the Keep Building. Selection is based on academic standing, activities and potential contributions to agricul ture. BATTALION CLASSIFIED FOR SALE VW DUNE BUGGY. (VW engine. :hassis) Fiberglass body, Polyglas tires £875. 845-2X39. 86tfn Registered quarter horse, coming 3-year- old, broken and gentle. Call 822-3980. Complete Air Force mess dress uniform. 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Pool and Private Courtyard 3 MONTHS LEASE 401 Lake St. Apt. 1 WANTED An Aggie wife (can bring own child) to baby-sit, full time days. 846-5527. 85t4 TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED TRANSMISSIONS REPAIRED & EXCHANGED Completely Guaranteed Lowest Prices HAMILL’S TRANSMISSION 33rd. & Texas Ave. Bryan 822-6874 GM Lowest Priced Cars $49.79 per mo. With Normal Down Payment OPEL KADETT Sellstrom Pontiac - Buick 2700 Texas Ave. 26th & Parker 822-1336 822-1307 SOSOLIKS TV & RADIO SERVICE Zenith - Color & B&W - TV AH Makes B&W TV Repairs 713 S. MAIN 822-1941 OFFICIAL NOTICE Official notices must arrive in the Office of Student Publications before deadline of 1 p.m. of the day proceeding publication. ECONOMICS MAJORS English qualifying examinations to be given on Wed. March 26. 3:00 to 6:00 Nagl m. Room 108 Nagle. Sign up for the imination with Mrs. Hase in Room 116 All Economics Majors must pas linati a writt tion in written examination in English Compos i order to qualify for candidacy for the B.S. Degree. This examination must be taken not later than the Spring semester of the Junior year. 8616 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Final Examination for the Doctoral J Name: Morse, Richard Arden Degree: Ph.D. in Petroleum Engine Degree: fti.u. in .Petroleum Engineering Dissertation: A NUMERICAL MODEL STUDY OF GRAVITATIONAL EF FECTS AND PRODUCTION RATE ON SOLUTION GAS DRIVE PERFORM ANCE OF OIL RESERVOIRS. Time: March 24 at 1 p. m. Place: Room 201-A in W. T. Doherty Buildin IK George W. Kunze Dean of Graduate Studies THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree All Name: Dean, Eugene Alan Degree: Ph.D. in Physics Dissertation : INVESTIGATION SHOCK FORMED IN THE FLOW OF PLASMA INTO A MAGNETIC FUN NEL. Time: March 19 at 2 p. m. Place: Room 233 of Physics Building George W. Kunze Dean of Graduate Studies OFFICIAL NOTICE THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination, for the Doctoral Degree Name: Geldbach, Arthur Robert •D. in Industrial Engineering POLYNOMIAL FORECAST- Degree: Ph.D. in Industrial Engineerini Dissertation: POLYNOMIAL FORECAS ING UTILIZING EXPONENTIAL SMOOTHING ON SUCCESSIVE CO EFFICIENT DETERMINATIONS. Time: March 25 at 3 Time: March 2t> at 3 p. m. Place: Room 201-H of Engineering Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of Graduate Studies education will be offered from 2 to 4 p. m. on April 15 (Tuesday), 1969, and again from 4 to 6 p. m. the same day. Students may take the examination at either time by reporting to Room 308 Nagle. Exam inees should bring pen, pencil, dictionary, and composition paper. 76tfn "SPRING AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS" Application forms for Spring Award* Scholarships may be obtained from the Student Financial Aid Office, Room 803, YMCA Building during the period Feb ruary 17th - March 31, 1969. All appli cations must be filed with the Student Financial Aid Office by not later than 6:00 p. m. April 1, 1969. Late applica tions will not be accepted. 66t26 Those undergraduate students who have 95 semester hours of credit may purchase the A&M ring. The hours passed at the time of the preliminary grade report, March 31, 1969 may be used in satisfying the 95 hour requirement. The students qualifying under this regulation may leave their name with the Ring Clerk in the Registrar’s Office, in order that she may check the rds to determine their eligibility to order the ring. Orders for the rings will be taken April 21 through May 28. All rings will be returned to the Registrar’s 'ice on or about July 10, 1969 dher delivery. The Ring Clerk i offi furt' for is on duty from 8:00 to 12:00 noon Monday through Friday, in the Richard Coke Building - Room 7. Pre-veterinary medicine students who expect to qualify a* applicants to the Professional College of Veterinary Medicine in September 1969 may obtain application* m September 1969 may obtain application* at the information desk in the Registrar’* Office. April 1, 1969 is the deadline for filing applications and transcripts with the Registrar. H. L. Heaton. Dean of Admissions and Records 6fit29 CHILD CARE Child care, Call for information. 846-8151. B98tfn Gregory’s Day Nursery, (04 Boyctt. (fStfn Gregor, 846-4005. HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CEN TER, 3400 South College, State Licensed. 823-8626. Virginia D. Jones, R. 1 N. 99tfn HOME & CAR RADIO REPAIRS ZENITH RADIOS & PHONOS KEN’S RADIO & TV 303 W. 26th 822-2819 Personal Loans LOANS to $100 Confidential Loan Service University Loan Co. 317 Patricia (North Gate) Telephone 846-8319 ENGINEERING & OFFICE SUPPLY CORP. REPRODUCTION & MEDIA — ARCH. & ENGR. 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Varner & Sons Jewelers North Gate 846-5816 Drill Tourney Draws Teams REINERT-FOYE (Continued From Page 1) From 10 Cities High school drill teams from 10 Texas cities will compete Satur day in the first A&M Invitational Junior Division Drill Meet. Fifteen teams will vie for nine trophies and the rotating master award, a 43-inch trophy to be exhibited a year by the winning team’s school. Competition on the Memorial Student Center drill field will be in inspection, basic and fancy phases with three prizes awarded in each category. Contesting for the champion ship will be the Killeen High Ma roon Berets, Amarillo High ROTC Drill Team, the Reagan Guard of Austin Reagan High, the Nixon Rifles of Nixon High and Mar tin High’s Singing Cadets of Laredo. Also, Fox Vocational and Tech nical School Twirling Rifles and two Highlands High teams of San Antonio; Jack Yates High Thunderbolts, S. F. Austin High Legionnaires, Milby High Mus kets and Bellaire High Red Rifles of Houston; Mesquite High Skeet- er Musketeers; W. T. White High White Rifles of Dallas and Ball High Clark’s Rifles of Galveston. MEET sponsorship is by the Association of Former Fish Drill Team Members and the comman dant’s office. Exhibition drills by a coed team of Amarillo High and the defend ing national champion Freshman Drill Team of A&M will highlight the day-long competition. Inspection begins at 10:20 a.m. Saturday. Basic and fancy march ing phases will be conducted on side-by-side 50 by 100 foot com petition areas laid out on the main drill field. The fancy drills will be conducted directly across Houston Street from the Coke Building, Goodwin and Bizzell Halls. relationship of the SDS to them and the university administration. “It’s not the objectives, but the way we achieve them, that makes the SDS unique,” Foye remarked in explaining the or ganization. Foye was reminded that the administration has encouraged student involvement on an in creased scale in the past few months. “Perhaps the administration is trying to push student involve ment; maybe we were the stimu lus,” Foye suggested. “Simply by its presence, the SDS acts as a pressure group to the administration,” Berry as serted. BERRY WAS asked why “Evo lution” has not allied with SDS in working toward their common goals. He said that tjie 12 to 15 members of the CCOC have dif fering political ideas. He also said the failure to unite was par tially out of fear. “Associating with the SDS in Bryan and College Station is like yelling ‘fire’ in a crowded theater; you might get trampled.” “I think the CCOC wants to work through existing channels; I think it’s useless,” Foye com mented. Foye attacked the Student Sen ate as not being truly representa tive of the student body anj claimed the Senate needs to lie reapportioned—a project current ly being conducted by the senators themselves. “We can’t say we are going te set up ‘this’ (student) government because we don’t know what is God’s name is going to be left when the present one is dissolv ed,” he said. “Do you mean you want chanp just for the hell of it?” a membsi of the audience asked. “NO, I’M not an anarchist We’re not talking about takings capitalist state and turning it into a communist state overnight,” Is answered. INSPECTION will be by a Re serve Army team of Houston ar ranged by Army Maj. Gen. F. A. Davis of Houston, father of junior Patrick F. Davis. Scout Exporama Begins Friday The 1969 Scout Exporama, fea turing exhibits by Cubs, Scouts and Explorers, will be conducted Friday and Saturday at the Texas National Guard Armory, an nounced Exporama Director Ralph D. McCormick. McCormick said Exporama is designed to give the general pub lic an opportunity to become bet ter acquainted with the objectives of Scouting. Shows will be presented each night from 6:30 to 9 at the 25th and Burleson Street facility. Exporama, McCormick noted, is similar to a county fair and fea tures various type booths depict ing different aspects of the Scout program. Charles Chastain, a black stu dent, commented on allegei I racism at A&M. He said tbit black students are harassed ly lack of communication betwees | black and white students. “The fact that Prairie Vie* I A&M is maintained is an example | of white racism,” he charged. “I represent the A&M blatk I students; I’m tired of marebinn and kneeling and praying,” It | said. h Charles Jones, a freshman aero space engineering student and or ganizer for a conservative group called Young Americans for Free dom, charged that “Evolution” is not objective in its reporting o! J events. “Make sure that what goes into “Evolution” is a straight state ment of facts, with no misquotes or false analogies,” he said. Another student, Dexter Hodge, questioned the technique of beiig Smit Hike emotional in “Evolution” and said that perhaps this would alienate readers. Berry answered that sometimes in the day to day process of as sembling “Evolution” the stall becomes “emotionally involved." Marines Visit A&M Tonight On KBH Judging of marching phases will be by Fish Drill Team Ad visors, with Roy Lewis of Hurst heading the basic detail and Mike Casey of Houston the fancy phase. Lewis is president of the Association of Former Fish Drill Team members. Casey is senior advisor of the Fish Drill Team, winner of the A&M Invitational Drill Meet last weekend. “Each high school team will have a guide from the association to show them around the campus, get them to the dining hall and be sure they are on time for the competition,” Lewis said. Maj. C. G. Pool, officer in charge of the Marine Corps of ficer selection team which con tacts students at Texas A&M, will conduct his last official visit here this week. No. 1 In College Sales Fidelity Union Life Insurance Company 303 College Main 846-8228 Major Pool, who has worked with prospective Marine officer candidates at A&M the past two years, is scheduled for a new duty assignment later this month. He and his Austin-based team will operate a booth in the Me morial Student Center Tuesday through Thursday. In addition to interviewing prospective candi dates, the Marine representatives will meet informally with stu dents who have already been ac cepted for one of the Marine Corps’ officer programs. Major Pool also will be featured speaker for the bi-monthly meet ing of the Texas A&M chapter of Semper Fidelis, the Marine Corps’ national collegiate organization. The Wednesday meeting begins with a group photograph for the Aggieland at 7:15 p. m. in front of the MSC, followed by the regu lar program in Room 218 of the Physics Building. 6:30 Lancer 7:30 Red Skelton 8:30 Doris Day 9:00 That’s Life 10:00 News, Weather & Sports 10:30 It Takes A Thief 11:30 Alfred Hitchcock AGGIE SENIORS HONG KONG EXECUTIVE FASHIONS invite you to a Fashion Opportunity meeting, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 7:30 p.m., HOLIDAY INN. You will see the latest in men’s clothing and be given an unusual opportunity. You may wear HONG KONG clothes and get paid for it. If interested be sure to attend this meeting. SOMETHING NEW AT . . . SBISA CASH CAFETERIA BISCUITS FOR BREAKFAST HOME MADE BREAD FOR LUNCH Monday through Friday Shop Joyce's Maternity Specialists Sportswear Dresses Lingerie Bras & Girdles 608 Texas Ave. 822-2864 Texa pop unii we car Half-Price Sale on Campus Directory 75 Student Publications Office (Services Bldg.) 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