The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, June 02, 1942, Image 5

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TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1942- THE BATTALION Page 5 Student Leaders for 1942-43 Are Prepared Class of 1943 Assumes Leadership of the Corps Cofer, Longley, Pinson, Gordon to Edit Student Publications for School Session The leadership of the student body for the coming school term will be in the hands of a certain group of students, whose responsibility it will be to guide the many activities of the corps. Most of these men have been elected by the student body at large, while some have been put in office by the senior class of ’43. These men will head the corps for the 1942-43 school year: John Lawrence, Town Hall manager; John Longley, Editor of the Longhorn; Ed Gordon, Editor of the En gineer; David Pinson, Editor of the-f X- Agriculturist; Brooks Cofer, Bat talion Editor; Bobby Stephens, Social Secretary of the Senior Class; Ken Bresnen, Associate Editor of the Battalion; Chuck Chalmers, Head Yell Leader; Ted O’Leary, assistant yell leader; Reg gie Smith, advertising manager of the Battalion; and Bill McKenzie and J. B. Booth, junior yell leader. These men look to the corps for cooperation in the many activities which they represent. The success of the many student activities will depend upon the way in which these men perform their duties. JOHN LAWRENCE At the head of Town Hall is John Lawrence, who has announced already an outstanding program for the entertainment of the corps. Lawrence is a Liberal Arts stu- WELCOME AGGIES We invite old and \ new students to ! visit us for your j jewelry needs. Watches - - Diamonds Aggie Jewelry VARNER’S College Bryan Longhorn Editor Social Secretary dent and comes from nearby Bry an. JOHN LONGLEY The Longhorn, the college an nual, will be edited by John Long ley, AA major from Giddings. Longley served as junior editor of the staff on this year’s Longhorn. The plan under the new speed-up program of the college is to have a Longhorn with each graduating class, that is for each class which was in school at the time of the change. ED GORDON “Flash” Gordon will edit the Engineer, the student engineering publication. Gordon is a mechani cal engineering student from Gil mer. DAVID PINSON Editing the Agriculturist will be David Pinson, C Troop Cavalry, who was associate editor before Walter Cardwell was forced to re- Brooks Cofer Head Yell Leader Town Hall Manager John Lawrence Engineer Editor Ed Gordon Welcome Aggies m POPULAR PWCS CASH CLOTH If AS (OR MIM AND Bcrrs Complete Store For College Men BRYAN HEADQUARTERS FOR MIIITARY CLOTHING Hart, Schaffner and Marx TAILORED UNIFORMS Regulation .... Arrow Shirts, Ties Florsheim Shoes Freeman Shoes Wool or Cotton Slacks Insignia, Patches Caps, Sam Browne Belts Web Belts, Aggie Coveralls sign because of his appointment as cadet colonel. The Agriculturist is the student publication for the school of agriculture. BROOKS COFER The editor of the tri-weekly stu dent Battalion will be Brooks Cof er, Liberal Arts major from College Station. The Battalion is also the official newspaper for the city of College Station. Cofer is in the Coast Artillery on the campus. BOBBY STEPHENS The important position of social secretary of the senior class will be filled by Bobby Stephens of the Infantry Band. It will be Stephen’s duty to plan and super vise the corps dances put on by the senior class. Stephens also heads the new outdoor dance hall which the college is building espec ially for summer entertainment. KEN BRESNEN Ably assisting the Battalion ed itor will be Ken Bresnen, associ ate editor. Bresnen served as jun ior editor on the paper and is well qualified. He is from Dallas and is a member of the Scholarship Honor Society. CHUCK CHALMERS The leader of the famous Twelfth Man will be Chuck Chalmers from Houston. As senior yell leader Chalmers will direct the activity of the corps as it supports the Aggie athletic teams. Chalmers is an agricultural administration major and is a major on the corps staff for the coming year. TED O’LEARY Senior assistant yell leader will be Ted O’Leary, whose duty will be to help Chalmers lead the corps. O’Leary is one of the three yell leaders for this year who comes from Houston. REGGIE SMITH Reggie Smith heads a strong advertising staff for the Battal ion. This year’s new advertising manager led the junior assistants in soliciting for the paper. Smith is from Waco and is a member of A Troop Cavalry. McKenzie and booth Bill McKenzie and J. B. Booth will assist Chalmers and O’Leary as junior yell leaders. McKenzie is in the Field Artillery and Booth in the Engineers. All but two of the American states, the District of Columbia, five outlying possessions and three foreign countries are represented by correspondence students of the University of Wisconsin. Gillis Spends Last Days of College Career in Hospital Climaxing his outstanding col lege career Tom Gillis, cadet col onel and corps commander who is succeeded by Walter Cardwell, spent the last few days of a flame of glory in the confines of the college hospital with a case of mumps. Having been selected as valedic torian of the senior class of ’42 he had prepared his speech but at the last minute he was unable to attend his graduation exercises and Fred Smitham was selected to read the address prepared by the unfortunate Gillis. Gillis had been one of the out standing students in school all dur ing his stay at A. & M. He was the first cadet in the history of the college ever to attain the hon or of having a straight A average for four years of work. He had a grade point ratio better than perfect. Gillis received his de gree in liberal arts and his com mission as second lieutenant in the Coast Artillery Corps. The Best Value In Campaign Hats $5.00 Students: We can renovate your old campaign hats to look like new We are equipped to fit any head shapes STANDARD HAT WORKS LOUPOT’S Trading Post North Gate — Hatmakers for Over 40 Years — Waco, Texas College Station, Texas SAVE fr° m 33j to so * ON Bill McKenzie USED BOORS and CLOTHING Also LARGE STOCK OF I. E. S. 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