The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 08, 1941, Image 4

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Page 4 Official Notices PLACEMENT BUREAU Printed personnel leaflets and accom panying application size photographs are ready for the following seniors. Please call for these at Room 133, Administration Building, at your earliest convenience: Ando, Tomomi Batte, E. G. Clark, D. C., Jr. Duncan, D. L. field, F„ Jr. Frost, W. E. Hall, M. E. Helmer, C. Warren, Hendricks, D. N„ Jr. Watzke, D. W. Homeyer, F. C. Wilson, W. D. tnce, D. B., Jr. King, T. S., Jr. P'acement Bureau ASSOCIATION OF FORMER STUDENTS Lynn, H. P., Jr. Morgan, T. H. Newman, L. A., Jr. Skrabanek, R. L. Sprinkle, C. C., Jr. Swigert, W. F. Van Cleave, G. C. Warren, R. M. Young, S. H. FOOTBALL USHERS All football ushers report at 12 :25 Sat urday—Art Adamson. AUSTIN A. & M. CLUB Important meeting of Austin A. & M. club Thursday night after yell practice— Room 106 Academic Bldg. ROUND TABLE CLUB All interested students, including Fresh men, are invited to attend a meeting of the Round Table Club in room 316 Aca demic Building at 7:30 p. m. on Monday November 10. The business of the meet ing will include (1) a discussion of the honor system by a group of Seniors, (2) decision whether there should be a sep arate Freshman Round Table Club, (3) $5-95 DuPont ZELAN Processed FOR ALL-PURPOSE- ALL-WEATHER WEAR Tailored of a fine Zelan- processed fabric, it is per manently shower-proof, wind-resistant, spot-resist ant. Cleans beautifully. Zipper front and two zipper pockets, Fully lined with Tartan Plaid flannel. Unlined Zelan Jackets $3.95 and $4.95 rilaldropfl(g “Two Convenient Stores” COLLEGE and BRYAN election of officers for the year or ar rangements for election at a later meet ing, and (4) discussion of plans for the year’s work and of the advantages of participation in the work of the club. Students who are interested in debate work will find in this club an opportunity to engage in an activity that is more in line with present customs and needs than old-fashioned debate.—Geo. Summey, Jr. Church Notices THE CHURCH OF CHRIST R. B. Sweet, Minister Sunday: 9:45 a. m„ the Bible classes; 10:45, the morning worship; 7:00 p. m. the after-supper discussion group; 7:45 p. m., the evening worship. Tuesday: 10 a. m., the Ladies Bible class. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., the Prayer Meeting. You are invited to all these services. You will be most welcome. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. James Carlin, Pastor Gene Brackney, Student Director Sunday, Nov. 9 9:00 A. M., Coffee Hour 10:00 A. M., Church School 11:00 A. M., Morning Service 7:00 P. M., Wesley Fellowship 7:45 P. M., Evening Service FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH COLLEGE STATION Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. Baptist Student Union Officers’ meeting 1:15 p. m. Training Union, 7:00 p. m. Evening Worship, 8:00 p. m. Two student prayer meetings each week night at 6:45. One in the New Y., the other in the Church. Fellowship period each Saturday night from 7 till 9. AMERICAN LUTHERAN CONGREGATION Y. M. C. A. Parlors Kurt Hartmann, Pastor Bible class Sunday night at 6:45. Our regular divine service Is conducted at 7:30 every Sunday night, immediately after Bible class. The Y. parlors are on the second floor of the Y. Building., Business meeting of the A. & M. Luth eran Student Association Sunday night after service. Officers are: Sidney Herzik, President; R. F. Eisenhauer, Vice-Pres ident; Raymond Velinder, Secretary-Treas urer. You are welcome! Classified LOST—Stetson campaign hat; F. A. Hat Cord. Reward. Hardeman, 205 No. 6. LOST—One key ring with 4 keys at tached. Return to Fred Love, Room 202, Dorm. 2. LOST—Dark brown wallet Wednesday afternoon, November 5, probably between swimming pool and new mess hall. Please return wallet to Lapham, 4-D Hart Hall. FOR A ROUND TRIP RIDE to Amarillo for the Thanksgiving holidays (leaving after game) inquire at Room 12, Y.M.C.A. LOST—Red striped Conkiin fountain pen afternoon of the Baylor game. If We have the corsage you have been looking for. Try our reasonably priced corsage this week end. WYATT’S FLOWER SHOP Ph. 2-2400 Bryan THE BATTALION -SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1941 SMU Backfield Coach HIG^CAME TO S.M.U. IN 1936-HAVING COACHED AT SHERMAN WGH f AUSTlM COLLEGE AND A. 6 M. «Ro£w-ell"hig" 5.M.U. BACKFIELD COAC-H AND HEAD BASEBALL COACH widely known AS PRODUCER. OF BASEBALL PLAYERS One of the' Greats OF TEXAS A.&M. QRID HISTORY —DISTRACTIONS— (Continued from page 2) name by Clare Booth, it got the usual Hollywood revision and came out altogether different, but still a fine motion picture. Starting off the week at the Campus is “ICE-CAPADES” with Dorotohy Lewis and her skating revue and Jerry Colonna. In ad dition to the skaters, some excel lent music is well mixed in the score. In a picture of this son, the plot cannot be counted on to aid too much in making a suc cess of the picture. It serves its purpose and that is about all that can be said. Of course, Colonna can be ex pected to do more than his share of the merrymaking with his facial and vocal expressions. And he does. found, please return to Thomas at J-13 Hart. LOST—Pair rimless glasses, with gold frames. Reward for immediate return to Fish Row, phone 4-9904. y ternoon on highway. Owner may claim by paying for this ad. Call at Student FOUND: 1 Regulation cap Monday af- icon c payini Publication office. LOST—Abilene High School ring, red stone, set in gold ring; initials T. J. in scribed on inside of ring. See Fish Jour- neay, room 321, Dorm No. 1 or WTAW. Reward. LOST—Brown wallet with important :rs ■y 414 No. 7 if found. aper otify i impoi s and small amount of cash. Please or return to George H. Measley, LOST—K. & E. log decitrig duplex slide rule with name Goppert on case. Finder please notify Jean Goppert, 812 No. 11 or write box 4776. Reward. LOST—Black Parker 51 Fountain Pen with gold top. Name JOE HOOVER is engraved on top. Finder return to Fish Hoover, Room 304 No. 6 and receive $3.00 reward. LOST—1941 Fort Worth Paschal High School ring. Reward for return' to Chas. Glover, 21 Foster. —WILLIAMSON— (Continued from Page 3) N. Carolina St V. P. I. NAVY Notre Dame NORTHWESTERN U Indiana U. OKLA U Iowa St. OREGON STATE Calif. U., A OHIO WESLEYAN Ohio U. OHIO STATE Wisconsin PENN Columbia Princeton DARTMOUTH Pittsburgh FORDHAM PURDUE Mich St. Col. PITTSBURGH TCH Southwestern, Kan. Penn St SYRACUSE RIPON Grinnell RENNSSELAER Worchester Tech REDLANDS La Verne Rice ARKANSAS RHODE ISLAND Connecticut U. Richmond N. CAROLINA U. RICHMOND STATE TCH. Hi. St. Normal S. Calif. U STANFORD SOUTHWESTERN (TEX.) .... McMurry Susquehanna DREXEL SLIPPERY ROCK ., Edinboro SANTA BARBARA Calif. A. & M. WEATHERFORD, Okla Sam Houston SOUTHWESTERN, Tenn Union S. DAKOTA Omaha U. S. Dakota St MORNINGSIDE St. Martin BELNGHM NORMAL ST. LAWRENCE Clarkson Col. Swarthmore DELAWARE U. St. Louis U OKLA. A. & M. TEXAS A. & M Southern Methodist U. TEMPE TCH Texas Mines TENN. U Howard Col. TEMPLE Villanova TULANE Alabama U. TOLEDO Butler TULSA N. Dakota St. VANDERBILT : Sewanee VIRGINIA U Wash. & Lee W. TEXAS St. Mary's, Texas Warrensburg .... SPRINGFIELD, MO. TCH WM. & MARY Virginia Mil. WASH, S. L Illinois Col. WASH ST Idaho Wesleyan WILLIAMS WASH. & JEFF Muskingum WAYNE U Ypsilanti W. VA. U Kansas W. MARYLAND Dickinson Wyoming BRIGHAM YOUNG WITTENBURG Bowl. Green, O. Whittier OCCIDENTAL Xavier DAYTON YOUNGSTOWN Akron U. Illinois Institute of Technology scientists have perfected a drying process to prevent bacterial soft lot in potatoes which is expected to save the pototo industry millions of dollars annually. LISTEN TO WTAW 1150 KC Be sure to listen to the Com munity Bulletin Board which is carried oh WTAW six days each week, Monday through Satur day at 11:55 a.m. This program includes a newscast by staff members of the Battalion. • • • Saturday’s Programs 11:25 a. m.—I’m an American (Department of Justice) 11:40 a. m.—Interlude 11:50 a. m.—A moment of Re flection (Bryan and College Pas tors) 12:00 noon—Sign-off. Sunday’s Program 8:30 a. m.—Roans Chapel Sing ers 8:45 a. m.—Classical Music 9:30 a. m.—Sign-off. Monday’s Programs 11:25 a. m.—Life and the Land (Farm Credit Administration) 11:40 a. m.—The Shining Hour 11:55 a. m.—Community Bulle tin Board and Battalion News cast 12:00 noon—Sign-off. —AGGIES PLAY— (Continued from Page 1) woes, Howard “Red” Maley, one of the most sensational sophomore stars in the conference since Bob by Wilson, will be out of the fray with a torn cartilidge. Maley, along with Johnston, is the offen sive sparkplug of the Ponies, and it has been his passes all year that made S. M. U. a threat. Only oth er injuries are Joe Pasqua, All- Southwest Conference candidate for tackle post, and Roy Ownby, re serve guard. Pasqua, who beat the Aggies in 1938 with a field goa', has a bruised knee and it is doubt ful whether he will see much ser vice. Lineup For S. M. U. Frito Gonzales, the other' fling ing star for the Ponies, will take Maley’s place at the left half post. He will be aided by Block ing Back Horace Young, Fullback Preston Johnston, and Halfback London Davis. In the line it’ll be Roland Goss and Kelly Simp son at ends, Lynn Bostick and Jake Fawcett at tackles, and Ted Ram sey and Bull Johnston at the guard posts. The Aggie lineup will he about the same that has started the past six games with a possible change at the blocking back post. WilL'e Zapalac was injured slightly at Arkansas last week and may not be ready to start. In that case Jake Webster will be moved to his post and Andy Andricks probably in serted to fill Webster’s spot. Other wise the lineup is the same, with Spivey and Moser at the other backfield posts. In the line, Jim Sterling and Bill Henderson wi.l start at the terminals, Martin Ruby and Euel Wesson will take care of the tackles, Richardson and Bucek will be at the guard positions, and Bill Sibley will start at the pivot post. Local Business Women Stand Ready To Answer Call for Defense Efforts Business women stand ready to answer any call for assistance in the national defense effort, mem hers of six Business and Profes sional Women’s Clubs in this sec tion pledged at their thirteenth anual District 3 Conference held Sunday at Sbisa Hall. Already the clubs are purchasing defense stamps and bonds, assist ing with Red Cross sewing and knitting, supporting the U.S.O., cooperating in the health and phys ical training program of the Of fice of Civilian Defense, and mak ing other contributions to the pre paredness program, reports reveal- | Mrs. O. A. Fox of the Bryan-Col- lege Station club and district di rector, presided at the meeting of the conference which was attended by 11 visitors and 44 members from Waco, Cameron, Temple, Mar lin and Gatesville. Principal business included the election of Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Lu- cile Brown of Gatesville to the the state nominating committee. Mrs. Meta L. Zimmerman, presi dent of the Waco club, was named district director and Waco was sel ected as the site of the next district conference. The welcome was given by Miss Ruby Mashburn, president of the hostess club, and Mrs. Anna Mae Spencer, president of the Marlin club, responded. After the confer ence was officially opened by Mrs. Fox ,the group attended the serv ices of the A. & M. Presbyterian church in Guion Hall. Rev. Nor man Anderson, pastor of the church delivered a sermon on “Can Comp etitive Business Be Christian?” Q^am/ms 4-1181 LAST DAY A New High For Hilarity! A Columbis Picture with Melvyn Douglass Ruth Hussey also Musical “Jumping Jive” Latest Movietone News Midnight Prevue Tonight SHOW STARTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER CORPS DANCE A REPUBLIC PICTURE starring Jerry Calonna Ice Capades Company also Donald Duck Cartoon Comedy - Latest Movietone News Full Steam Ahead Aggies SMEAR S.M.U. For Details In Building A Home, Visit With PARKER LUMBER COMPANY Bryan RIDE THOSE MUSTANGS TO THE FINISH, AGGIES Today Is The Big Day, Aggies! YOU ARE LOOKING YOUR BEST IF YOU REMEMBERED TO SEND YOUR CLOTHES TO THE Campus Cleaners Over Exchange Store New “Y” AGGIES BEAT THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Bryan, Texas AGGIELAND SERVICE STATION Magnolia Products — East Gate BLACK’S PHARMACY East Gate C. E. GRIESSER Anything Electrical K. WOLENS DEPT. STORE Famous For Values Since 1898 ROBERTSON & CHAMBERS SHOES & HOSIERY Bryan, Texas HRDLICKA’S Fine Food & Drinks HOLICK’S CLEANERS Ben Youngblood, Mgr. S. M. U. Y.M.C.A. & VARSITY BARBER SHOPS ZUBIK & SONS Uniform Specialists HOLICK’S BOOT SHOP North Gate CAMPUS VARIETY STORE North Gate J. C. PENNEY & CO. AGGIE ECONOMY CENTER Bryan FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST CO. Bryan GEORGE’S CONFECTIONERY New “Y” CITY NATIONAL BANK Bryan