The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 06, 1941, Image 6
-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1941
MEMORANDUM NO. 8.
1. The following items were discussed
at the organization • commanders meeting
Thursday night. The stated action -will be
enforced by the cadet officers.
2. Organization commanders and senior
cadet officers are to instruct their men
that proper conduct at the A. & M.-Texas
University football game shall be for Ag
gies to be good hosts to all visitors. The
subject will be brought to the attention
of day students following drill period. Se
niors will take such steps as are necessary
to prevent any incidents from occurring
on the day of the game which will reflect
on the school.
3. The throwing of so-called ‘Aggie
confetti’ at yell practices and football
games will be stopped.
4. Freshmen and sophomores will wear
cotton khaki shirts to all meal formations.
Juniors and seniors may wear either cot
ton khaki or O. D. serge shirts.
5. Organization commanders who have
paid for the installation of a telephone
and where such installation has not been
made will turn in their organization name
and the date of payment to the Corps
Headquarters office. Senior President Dick
Hervey and the Cadet Colonel will see if
such installations cannot be made.
6. Cadet Captain Louis Byrd was ap
pointed chairman of a committee com-
gations concerning Aggie football tickets.
There will be a meeting of all those in
terested in tumbling at the mat room of
the gym at 5 this afternoon.
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COLLEGE and BRYAN
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
will be a meeting of the student
affiliates of the American Chemical so-
...ecy i nursday at 7 :o0 p. m. in the Chem
istry lecture room. Dr. Kelley will speak
on “A Method of Measuring Intramolecu
lar Distances.” All members and interested
parties are invited to attend.
The Biology club will meet in the lec
ture room of Science hall immediately
after yell practice Thursday night. Dr.
J. H. Quisenberry of the Genetics depart
ment will speak. All members and others
interested in this club are cordially in
The Petroleum Engineering Club will
meet tonight, October 6 in the Petroleum
Engineering lecture room. The speaker
for the evening will be F. V. L. Patten,
Chief Supervisor of Oil and Gas Division
of the Texas Railroad Commission. He will
speak on ‘“State Supervision of Oil Pro
All petroleum engineering students, in
cluding freshmen and sophomores, are in
vited to attend. Refreshment will be served.
Called meeting Brazos Union
Lodge No. 129 tonight at 8
o’clock. There will be work in
the F. C. Degree. All members
and visiting brethren are cor
dially invited to be present.
Harry Boyer, W. M.
J. W. Hall, Secretary
COLLEGIATE FFA MEETING
The regular meeting of the Collegiate
FFA will be held tonight in room 317,
Ag. Eng. Bldg.
A. I. Ch. E. MEETING
There will be a meeting of the Student
Chapter of the American Institute of
Chemical Engineers in the Physics lecture
room Thursday evening at seven-thirty. All
chemical engineering students are urged
I have two coats left in a car by boys
picked up for ride from Bryan to Mad-
isonviile last Saturday. Owners can get
them at my office.—F. C. Bolton, Dean.
LANDSCAPE ART CLUB
There will be a Landscape Art club
eeting Friday night after yell practice,
in Francis hall. The speaker will be Day
McNeal. All members are urged to be
The American Society of Mechanical
Engineers will have a regular meeting
tonight at 7:30 in the Physics lecture
Feature of the program will be a talk
by Harold Ramsden on a new type of
cargo carrier, “‘The Sea Otter,” which
has been developed recently for our na
tional defense. Also on the program will
be a half-hour showing of a film on man
ufacturing processes and construction de
tails within the Curtis Wright aircraft
All M. E.’s and Aeros who have not
previously attended are cordially invited
to tonight’s meeting. Special announce
ments concerning the coming A.S.M.E.
banquet and dance are also forthcoming,
so all M.E.’s who are expecting to at
tend the dance December 5 should come
RURAL SOCIOLOGY CLUB
There will be a meeting of the Rural
Sociology club Thursday at 7:30 in room
203, Agricultural building. There will be
an interesting program and refreshments
will be served. All majors and minors are
urged to attend.
FOOTBALL PROGRAM SALESMEN
A. & M. vs. S. M. U.
There will be no meeting of the sales
men this week. The same students who
sold for the A. & M. vs Baylor game will
report at the stadium at 12 :45 p. m. Sat
urday to check out their programs.
If for any reason you cannot sell this
time please report to J. W. Wolfe at
EX 4-H CLUB
There will be a .very important meet
ing of the Ex 4-H club tonight after
yell practice in Room 135, A. & X. build
ing. All old and hew members are urged
to be present. Dan Russell will be guest
speaker. Cigars will be served.
Meeting tonight after yell practice, in
the C. E. lecture room. Talks will be made
on the trip to Ft. Worth.
There will be a meeting of the A.S.A.E.
Student Branch tonight at 7:30 in the
Agricultural Engineering Lecture Room.
An interesting program has been arranged
on New Developments in Farm Lighting.
All student majoring in Agricultural En
gineering are urged to be present.
ROUND TRIP TO DALLAS—Leaving
college 9 o’clock Saturday morning. Leav
ing Dallas 6 o’clock Sunday afternoon.
1939 Oldsmobile with Radio and heater.
Price $2.00 round trip, $1.00 either way.—
See Gillespie, 40 Legett or McCullough,
LOST: 1 Junior Cap, no stiffener. Find
er please return to Penuel, 206 No. 9.
To Finish Pictures
In order to keep from working a
hardship on the photographer and
the Longhorn staff, juniors are re
quested to have their Longhorn pic
tures made during the time des
ignated below. Those who have mis
sed their alloted time may have
the picture made at once to avoid
getting farther behind schedule.
Longhorn Editor R. L. Heitkamp
has also requested that seniors who
have made reservations have their
pictures made as soon as possible.
The photographer will select proofs
for those seniors who delay too
long in making a selection.
Only two senior favorites and
vanity fair pictures have been sub
mitted at present, Heitkamp told
the Battalion. The deadline for sub
mission of these portraits has been
set at December 20. The seniors
are advised not to wait until the
last minute to turn in these pic
Places in Longhorn for club
pictures must be secured by res
ervations which may be had from
Jack Grantham and Bennie Han
cock. The Longhorn editor asks
that club presidents attend to this
matter at once. All club pictures
will be made in uniform except
when special permission has been
The schedule for junior Long
horn pictures is as follows:
November 3—6; Composite
November 7—11; Cavalry.
November 11—14; Coast Ar
November 17—20; Engineers
j A'20th Century-Fox Picture; ,
Brenda Joyce — Jane Darwell
Porky Pig Cartoon—
Leon Earl Comedy
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
A New High For Hilarity!
ELLEN DREW J.
^ A Columbia Picture
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Melvyn Douglass Ruth Husse
SHOWING THIS WEEK—1940
A. & M. vs. S. M. U. FOOTBALL
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& T., he was detailed to serve as
a student in the Command and Gen
eral Staff school at Fort Leaven
worth, Kansas. He was graduated
in 1924 ag a distinguished student.
Colonel Welty served as instruc
tor in the Minnesota National
Guard from 1924 to 1928 being as
signed to the 205th Infantry. Dur
ing this time he was commissioned
as Colonel of Infantry, and com
manded the regiment he instructed.
He was a student at the Army
War College, Washington, D. C., in
In 1929 he was detailed to the
National Guard of the War De
partment until 1932 when he was
transferred to Fort Benning, Geor
gia. For the first four years here
he acted as Assistant Post Exec
utive Officer, one year as Executive
Officer and the last and 6th year
at Fort Benning he was a student
in the Infantry Tank school. He
graduated in 1938.
From 1938 - 1939 he was assigned
to and commanded the 1st battal
ion, 66th Infantry, Light Tank Div
ision, at Ft. Meade, Md.
In September, 1939, Col. Welty
was assigned to and commanded
the 3rd Infantry at Fort Snelling,
Minnesota. He stayed there during
the 6th Infantry division maneu
vers at Camp Jackson, went to Ft.
Benning, Georgia, and Camp Beau-
He returned to Ft. Snelling in
1940 and took the regiment to
northern Minnesota for maneuvers
of the 6th division during August
and September of 1940. ■
He was relieved of his command
of the 3rd Infantry on November 1,
1940, and assigned to the command
post of the Newfoundland Base
Command with headquarters at St.
He took the initial garrison to
this far northern outpost and re
mained there until October 25, 1941,
when he was assigned as P. M. S.
& T. here at A. & M.
Colonel Welty was accompanied
here by Mrs. Welty and daughter,
Mrs. C. E. M. Howard and her two
Mrs. Howard is the wife of Cap
tain Howard of the 24th Field Ar
tillery division now stationed in the
Philippine Islands. Mrs. Howard
was forced to evacuate from the
Philippines and recently was re
turned to the United States on the
U. S. Army transport Republic.
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by paying for this ad. Call at Student
LOST—Abilene High School ring, red
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scribed on inside of ring. See Fish Jour-
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LOST—Brown wallet with important
papers and small amount of cash. Please
notify or return to George H. Measley,
414 No. 7 if found.
LOST—K. & E. log decitrig duplex
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School ring. Reward for return to Chas.
Glover, 21 Foster.
In Rodeo Spotlight
Adding a touch of rare old western glamor to the annual Saddle
and Sirloin Club Rodeo are Miss Jo Morris, left, cowgirl from
Coleman, Fort Worth, and Colorado City; and on the right Miss
Janice Jolly of Uvalde who is a Duchess.
RIDE THOSE MUSTANGS
BUT SAY, OLE ARMY
WHY NOT COME IN AND ORDER THAT PAIR OF
THAT YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED?
You Will Be As Proud To Wear Them As Are The
Many Aggies Who Wear Our Boots.
HOUCK’S BOOT SHOP
Geologists Return from South Texas Trip
Dr. F. E. Turner, Dr. E. J| Smith
Jr., and L. Toulmin of the geology
department, accompanied by stu
dents Arthur Matson, Charles Nu-
el and Paul Graham, returned Tues
day from the fourteenth annual
field trip of the South Texas Geo
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY &
Ripple Wheat, 2 boxes
Red Potatoes, 10 lbs for
Tomato Juice, C. & B., 3 for
Luke’s Special Coffee, 1 lb. for
Trappey’s Cut Beans —
Gebhardt’s Chili Beans
Chocolate Covered Cherries, 1 lb
Maxine Soap, 3 bars —
Dash Dog Food, 3 for. x
VEGETABLES & FRUITS
Cranberries, 1 lb.
Texas Oranges, 1 doz.
Apples, 1 doz. *
Cabbage, 3 lbs
Bacon, 1 lb.
Hams, half or whole
Chuck Roast, 1 lb.
Brookfield Sausage, 1 lb. box
Spare Ribs, 1 lb
Cake Sale Friday Evening and Saturday
Morning by A. & M. Consolidated
WE WILL BE CLOSED DURING GAME SATUR
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