The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 07, 1940, Image 4
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Nov. 11 to 16, inc.—Public Utility
Short Course for Electrical Metermen
(Mr. N. F. Hode).
Nov. 16 and 16—Cattle Raisers Asso
ciation Meetings (Dean E. J. Kyle).
Nov. 16—Water Polo Club Benefit Show
■—Assembly Hall—3:16 P. M. and 6:30
Nov. 16—A. & M. vs. Rice Institute—
Football game—Kyle Field—2:30 P. M.
Nov. 22—A. S. M. E. Benefit Show—
Assembly Hall—3:16 P. M. and 6:30 P.
CORPS TRIP NOTICE
Because of the corps trip to Dallas,
all classes will be suspended Saturday,
F. C. Bolton,
There will be an appreciation dinner
for Congressman Luther Johnson and
his wife Thursday, November 7th at
7:30 in Maggie Parker Dining Room.
Tickets are on sale at the Post Office
and at Luke’s Grocery. Everyone is urged
All pre-medical students who expect to
apply for admission to Medical College for
the fall of 1941 must take the medicai
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aptitude test. This test is given only once
each year. It will be given at 2 p. m.
Friday, November 8, 1940 in room 32 (Bi
ology Lecture Room) Science Bldg. The
fee of $1.00 will be collected at that
time. Have it ready.
Professor G. E. Potter
FIELD ARTILLERY JUNIORS
You must have your picture made for
the class section of the Longhorn by
Thursday morning. Please try to have it
made as soon as possible to avoid a last
WAYS AND MEANS WITH FOOD
The Ways and Means with Food Group
of the College Social Club will meet Thurs
day at 3 o’clock in the home of Mrs. C.
W. Crawford. Dr. Jessie Whitaker, Chief
of the Rural Home Research Division of
the Experiment Station, will talk to the
group on the subject "Vitamins and
CURRENT AND ANTICIPATED VACAN
CIES IN ENGINEERING POSITIONS IN
THE TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY
1. Electrical Engineers for powerhouse
(hydro and steam) and substation de
sign, layout, and drafting. Salaries
$1800 to $3200 entrance per annum.
Immediate openings at $2600 entrance.
2. Communications Engineers (carrier-
current, radio, and telephone). Salaries
$1800 to $2900 entrance.
3. Chemical Engineers. Research men cap
able of taking complete charge of re
search projects. Salaries approximately
4. Structural and Mechanical Designing
Engineers, with industrial plant ex
perience (chemical preferred) ; also o-
thers with highway bridge experience.
Salaries $200 to $3200 entrance.
6. Architectural Engineers. Salary $2900
6. Hydraulic Engineers. Salaries $1800 to
7. Junior Engineering Draftsman, $1440
entrance, to Senior Engineering Drafts
man, $2000 entrance. (Civil, electrical,
8. Engineering Report Writing. Salaries
$1400 to $2600 entrance per annum.
Interested and qualified persons should
submit by letter a statement of their qual
ifications to the Employment Division,
Tennessee Valley Authority, at Knoxville,
There will be a meeting of the Academic
Council at 4 p. m. today.
F. C. Bolton,
NOTICE ALL COAST ARTILLERY
The next three days are your days to
have your pictures made. If you are un
able to have them made before the Corps
Trip, have them made as soon as possible
OFFICE OF THE COMMANDANT
November 6, 1940
1. The Corps of Cadets will move to Dal
las, Saturday morning, November 9,
1940, via. Southern Pacific Railroad
to parade and attend the A. & M.-
S. M. U. football game.
2. Calls will be sounded as follows:
1st Call, Reveille 4:45 A.M.
Mess Call, Breakfast 4 :55 A. M.
Assembly 5 :00 A. M.
3. Units will march to the Southern Paci
fic depot in the order given below which
will be followed in entraining. Tactical
Officers detailed to ride the trains will
accompany their units from their as
sembly areas to the depot. Troops will
march from their respective assembly
points at 6:30 A. M.
a. First Section: Time of departure—
6:00 A. M.
Col. Sawyer Major McIntyre
Col. Wing Capt. Elwood
Major Fox Lt. Jackson
Troops: Band - Corps Staff - In
fantry Regiment - Field Artillery
Regiment - Composite Regiment.
b. Second Section: Time of departure—
6:05 A. M.
Major Spiller Capt. Adcock
Major Stevens Lt. North
Major Hollingshead Lt. Schoenfeld
Troops: Cavalry Regiment - Engi
neer Regiment - Coast Artillery Reg
4. a. Railroad tickets are on sale at the
Southern Pacific Depot, and in the
rotunda of the Academic Building.
Tickets will be purchased prior to
6:00 P. M., Friday, November 8, 1940.
b. Regimental Commanders will report
to their respective Tactical Officers
enroute to familiarize themselves with
the details of the parade before de
c. Organization Commanders will ac
company their organization on the
train and Senior cadet officers will
be stationed in each end of the
coaches to see that students do not
get off the train when stops are
made enroute, and vestibules will be
The first section will arrive at JO :00
A.M.. second section will arrive at 10:06
A. M. Organizations will detrain
promptly upon arrival and will march
in column of twos, to assembly area.
Corps Staff—Intersection of Market and
Field Artillery Band—Main Street, head
of column on Market Street.
1st and 2nd Battalions—Main Street,
between Jefferson and Market Streets.
3rd Battalion—Jefferson Street, be
tween Commerce and Main Streets,
head of column on Main Street.
Field Artillery Regiment:
1st Battalion—Jefferson Street, be
tween Commerce and Main Streets.
2nd and 3rd Battalions—Jefferson
Street, between Elm and Main
Streets, head of 2nd Battalion col
umn on Main Street.
Composite Regiment—Main - Street, be
tween Houston and Jefferson Streets,
head of Signal Corps column on Jef
Infantry Band—Intersection of Main
and Houston Streets.
Cavalry Regiment—Houston Street, be
tween Commerce and Main Streets.
Engineer Regiment—Houston Street be
tween Elm and Main Street.
Coast Artillery Regiment—Main Street,
head of column on Houston Street.
a. Immediately after halting in posi
tion at the parade assembly area,
each squad will make up a squad
roll containing all overcoats and
raincoats, securely tied in one bun
dle and tagged with two tags to each
roll. Tags will be distributed by Com
pany Supply Sergeants. Hand bag
gage will be marked with chalk—
the name of the owner, organiza
tion, and branch; example, Joe
Smith, Troop C Cavalry. Rolls and
baggage will be placed in baggage
trucks provided. Baggage will be ob
tained from truck at point of dis
missal. Four men will be detailed
from each battalion as guards to re
main with property and safeguard
same during the parade.
b. On detraining members of the band
will secure instruments from the
baggage coach and proceed to a
moving van provided for the purpose,
and leave baggage and instrument
cases in the moving van.
a. Time: 10:46 A. M.
b. Assembly: Organizations will as
semble in the respective areas desig
nated, in column of companies, each
company in mass formation.
c. Order of march:
Corps Commander and Staff
Field Artillery Band
Field Artillery Regiment
Coast Artillery Regiment
Column of regiments, regiments in
column of battalions, battalions in
column of companies, companies in
mass formation at close interval,
with a 9 man front.
e. Route: Main Street to Southern Pac
ific freight depot.
f. Reviewing Stand: The Reviewing
Stand will be located at the City
g. Colors, Standards and Guidons: Co
lors, Standards, and Guidons will be
carried. Regimental Colors and Stan
dards will salute. After the parade
the Colors, Standards and Guidons
will be placed in the 2nd Battalion
Coast Artillery baggage truck under
the supervision of one Color Ser
geant designated by the Corps Com
mander. The truck will be located at
the Southern Pacific freight depot
(front end of platform).
h. Dismissal: Southern Pacific Freight
a. No. 1 uniform.
bt Non-military students and other
students that are not required to
purchase a blouse are authorized to
wear civilian clothes with coat and
c. No. 2 uniform will be non-regulation
for the trip and for the ball game.
9. Time of departure for return from
Regular train—II :30 P. M., Saturday
night, November 9.
Tactical Officers—Col. Sawyer, Ma
jor Spiller, and Major Hill.
Special train—2:00 A. M., Sunday
morning, November 10.
Tactical Officers—Col. Wing, Ma
Day train—8:00 A. M., Sunday morn
ing, November 10.
Tactical Officers—Major Fox and
Regular train—11:30 P. M., Sunday
night, November 10.
Tactical Officers—Major Stevens,
10. To prevent confusion and delay in
forming the parade. Cadets that do
not go to Dallas by train will be at
the assembly areas of their respective
organizations not later than 10:00
11. Company Supply Sergeants will report
to the Commandant’s Office not later
than 2:00 P. M., Friday, November 8,
and receive twine, tags, and chalk for
marking squad rolls and baggage.
Color Sergeants will report to the Ser
geant Major’s office on the 2nd floor,
Ross Hall, to receive Colors and Stan
dards not later than 5:00 P. M. Fri
day, Nov. 8, 1940.
JAMES A. WATSON
Lt. Colonel, U. S. Army
Payroll and checks covering quarterly
subsistence payment for second advanced
students have been received and will be
paid by senior instructors of each unit,
beginning at 3:00 P. M., Thursday, Nov
ember 7, 1940.
By order of Lieutenant Colonel Watson:
J. B. WISE, JR.,
Major, Cavalry, $
PLANT SCIENCE SEMINAR
The Plant Science Seminar will have
its regular meeting bn Thursday night,
from $7:30 to 8:45 P. M.
Place—Conference Room, Agricultural
Experiment Station Building.
Speaker—Dr. Glenn Ken Knight.
Title—Studies on the cause of conflict
ing results from soil treatment used as
control measures for potato scab.
JUNIOR COLLEGIATE F.F.A. CHAPTER
The Junior Collegiate Chapter of Future
Farmers of America will meet Thursday
night at 7:30 in the Agricultural Engi
neering lecture room.
CZECH STUDENTS TO FORM A
Everyone that is interested—Please be
present at the old YMCA Thursday night
after yell practice. There is to be a short
and important discussion.
A- I. E. E.
There will be an A. I. E. E. meeting
tonight in the E. E. lecture room im
mediately after yell practice. Mr. C. O.
Spriggs of the English Department will
speak. Visitors are cordially invited.
EX-4H CLUB MEETING
The Ex-4H Club will hold its regular
meeting Thursday, November 7, 1940 at
7:30 p. m. in Room 101, A. & I. Building.
An interesting program has been ar
ranged and plans for the dance will be
All old members and any boys who were
at one time 4-H Club members are invited
A. I. Ch. E. MEETING
The student chapter of the American In
stitute of Chemical Engineers will have
a regular meeting tonight at 7:30 in the
Petroleum Lecture Room. Dr. J. D. Lind
say will be the speaker for the evening
with some information of particular in
terest to underclassmen Chemical Engin
There will be a Fellowship Luncheon
for employees of A. & M. from 12:10 to
12:40, Thursday noon.
WILL THE person who found a slide
rule and strength book near the gin pole
Saturday please bring them to 17 P. G.
for a liberal reward. Thank you.
LOST—Campaign hat. Reward for
return. G. R. King, E-8, Hart.
FOR RENT—Furnished room in pri
vate home in College Hills. Transportation
available to campus. P. R. Higgins, 307
FOR RENT—6-room duplex. 807 E. 29th
St., Bryan. See Mrs. Bryan, Extension
Service Library, campus.
A & M Enters—
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the Cadets, and if mistakes are
to be made in Saturday’s thriller,
the boys from College Station prob
ably won’t make them.
The S.M.U. line was superb a-
gainst the Longhorns and will have
to maintain that pitch. The best
phase of the Mustang forward
play is to be found at end, where
two juniors, E. L. Keeton, and Gus
Tunnell, do more breaking up of
any forward defense than any other
players. Both men like to drive in
hard on plays, and Mustang sup
porters are expecting these two lads
to give the cadet blockers some
Kelly Simpson, Bob Maddox and
Judgers Here Friday
The Alpine Poultry Judging team
will stop by College Station Fri
day afternoon for a short workout
while enroute to Kansas City where
they will represent the Texas div
ision of the Future Farmers of
The team is composed of Hal
Smith, Earl Scudday and Eddie
Scudday, all of them high school
boys. These boys won out in the
statewide contest that was held
here last year from among 110 en
trants in the contest. The spon
sor of the team, Edward Lee Bailey,
will accompany the team in their
brief visit here on the campus.
The National F. F. A. Judging
Contest, which will be held at the
American Royal Livestock Pavil-
lion in Kansas City, will have en
trants from all the F. F. A. dis
tricts in the U. S. and the winner
will win nation-wide acclaim.
Bob Collins also saw service last
Saturday at the S.M.U. terminals
and each had his share in stop
ping the Texas ground attack.
If these ends come up with an
other great game, the S.M.U.-A.&
M. affair may be decided by the
aerial route, with Johnnie Clement
and Marion Pugh doing the elbow
The Aggies tried out plays on
a sloppy field yesterday, as an
all-day rain had the turf compar
able to the condition of the Aggie-
Mustang clash here last year. The
Mustangs were shaping a good de
fense for their go with the Aggies
Saturday and were concentrating
on Aggie pass plays.
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■THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1940
Williams and Warren
Judging Many Poultry
Junior Corps Trip—
(Continued from Page 1)
Karl Williams and Alex Warren,
graduate assistants in the poultry
department, have been judging nu
merous poultry shows in the past
The poultry classes of the Gon
zales County Fair last Thursday
was judged by Williams. The poul
try show was unusually large this
year with an entrance of 250 exhi
bition chickens, 200 broilers, 75
turkeys, and 25 geese and ducks.
This week Warren had judged the
poultry exhibit which is being held
by the American Legion Fair in
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ed to wear serge shirts at all times
during the trip.
Arrangements have been made
for 140 boys' to stay in Stoddard
Dormitory which will be vacated
by the girls for the occasion. The
girls must be in their dormitories
by 12:50 and those Aggies who
stay in Stoddard will have to be in
by 1:00. The junior classes of both
schools will join the remainder of
the student body from both schools
in Dallas Saturday morning for
the corps parade and the A. & M.
-S.M.U. football game.
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