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The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 26, 1915, Image 2

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and any one else, except as directed by the superintendent or his repre sentative. Any violation of this rule will be punished by the expulsion of the offender. 3. The contestants shall be divid ed by the superintendent into four groups, A, B, C and D, and shall be so designated thereafter thruout the contest. Each contestant will be given a number and he shall put that number on all cards and papers and shall not use his name. 4. Each student shall be required to give reasons on the classes of stock. Each of the reasons shall be oral and half written. Time. 1. In each— class where reasons are to be given, twenty minutes will be allowed for the contestant to make his observation, record his placing, etc. In all other classes fifteen min utes will be allowed. 2. Fifteen minutes will be allowed the contestants for each set of writ ten reasons and two minutes will be allowed for oral reasons. No contest ant shall hold any paper, card or device that will assist him while he is giving his reasons before the judges,except that he will be handed the card he turned in, which he will be allowed to retain while giving rea sons. . Each contestant shall appear singly before the judges in giving his oral reasons. Classes of Stock and Numbering. 1. Four animals shall constitute a class. 2. The animals shall be identified by the letters A, B. C and D on large gummed labels on the rump. One does not realize just how hard a day’s work is done in going thru such a contest unless having experi enced it. The strain under which every contestant labors is consider able and adds more to the burden. The judges, too, worked hard and ef ficiently. The returns were posted at 10:50 p. m. This annual event is a great thing for every man who takes part. He GOOD RECORDS MADE BY A. & M. GUNNERS IN ANNUAL COMPETITION Texas Team Makes High Score in Competition Shoot With Kansas Aggies. Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College rifle experts will compete with the rifle team from the Kansas A. & M. College. In the trials held at the local target range last week six men qualified. A. & M.’s score in the shoot with the Kansas Aggie was 815 out of a possible 1,000. The Kan sas Aggies have not yet submitted their scores. Last year in the competitive shoot A. & M.’s score was 743. In the shoot conducted by the War Department in the military academies the highest score made was 827, the second 826 and the third 774. Two hundred A. & M. men are practicing at the target range. The vx* 2 . - SENIOR GLASS OF 1915-16. Next year’s senior class, to all indications, will be one of the best classes ever to be gradu ated from the A. and M. College. The Juniors of the year just closing have been unsually suc cessful in atheltics, military activities, and in scholastic endeavor. Practically every man is plan ning to return next September. local range is a four targets. The results in were as follows: 600-yard range with the shoot last week -Range- works hard to be eligible, works hard 200 300 500 Total in the contest, and, maybe, loses, but 1 Easley, C. M.. . 47 49 44 140 he gains infinitely more knowledge in 2 Bell, J. E 49 48 42 139 that one day than he will in any 3 Rutan, W. L.. . 46 49 43 138 other day he spends here looking at 4 Dunning, G. R. 45 49 42 136 livestock. 5 Scott, D. W 44 46 43 133 The actual experience in a judging 6 Rack, E. C 40 48 41 1 12? contest for a fine medal brings out the. ability of a man when text books and theory fail. This annual stock Clayton, E. M.. 43 46 Team total for best six... 40 J 815 judging contest is becoming one of 7 Faber, B. H 34 45 42 121 our best institutions and will help to 8 Allen, R. R.... 32 48 39 119 “bring home the bacon” from con- 9 Washam, O. F. 32 42 44 118 tests we expect these men to partici- 10 Clarkson, P. IV. 40 39 30 10? pate in later. 11 Zedler, O. F.. . 34 40 33 107 C. I. A. GIRL VISITOR. Miss Clare Ousley, daughter of Hon. Clarence Ousley, director of extension, is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ousley. Miss Ousley is a student of C. I. A., and recently was elected editor of the Lass-O, the student weekly publica tion. After a brief visit here she will return to Denton, where she will take work in. the summer school. VISITS LOUISIANA. W. F. Proctor, State agent in charge of demonstration work, left this week for Louisiana and Mississippi for a study of demonstration work in those States. He was accompanied by the five district agents of Texas. Jo Attwood, 1748 East Commerce street, San Antonio, has a new “Beck man” surveyor’s transit, complete, for sale at a bargain. J. M. CALDWELL THE JEWELER Of Bryan, will appreciate the patronage of all Cadets and Campus people. Guaranteed satisfaction to all. His repairing is best; his optical department is best; his stock is of the highest class. See his agents at College; leave them your watch for repair. H. A. JOPLING J. R. JARVIS Room 7, Foster—Campus Agents o o NOTE THE FRESHNESS Of cigarettes, tobacco, cigars, etc., bought at the Bryan Cold Drink Stand, front Pool Hall. M. T. BROCKMAN, Prop. <x O t O $ $$ br $ $ O £$$$$ O rjt $ <1 $ J> $$ $ tr <x S O £ OO 0<* O *» Yours should be correct in style and fabric. You are invited to inspect my line of Flannels, Palm Beach and Tropical Silk Suiting before placing your order. SATISFACTION IS THE THING. CHARLEY NITCH The Campus Tailor O O THE GLOBE DRY GOODS CO. 25 Per Cent Off on all Clothing and Shoes All shades of Palm Beach, $7.50 Suits for $5.65 Latest Lasts $4.00 Pialston Shoes for - $3.00 H. BLOCH, Proprietor „ 3 < W*