The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 12, 1944, Image 8

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] PAGE 8 THE BATTALION TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 12, 1944 Scout Merit Badge Counselors Chosen Merit badge counsellors for Bryan and College Station Boy Scouts have been named from a- mong the faculty members ef Tex as A. and M. College and other re sidents of College Station, accord ing to a list prepared by L. S. Paine and W. L. Penberthy. In announcing the counsellors, it was suggested that in all cases the Scout plan his advancement pro gram with the Scoutmaster and that after agreement with the DR. N. B. McNUTT DENTIST Office in Parker Building Over Canady’s Pharmacy Phone 2-1457 Bryan, Texas Scout master the Scout should contact the merit badge counsellor, asking for appointment. At the first meeting with the counsellor, the Scout should present an ap plication blank, signed by the Scoutmaster, which indicates that the Scout is ready to work on his merit badge. The following list names the sub ject, the department in which the counsellor works: Aerodynamics, Aeronautics, Air plane design, and Airplane struc ture—R. M. Pinkerton, Aeronau tical Engineering Department; Small Grains, Soil Management, Agriculture,—R. E. Potts, Agro nomy Dept.; Angling and Archery, W. M. Dowell, Athletic. Art—N. M. McGinnis, Land scape Art; Beef Production and Sheep Farming—F. I. Dahlberg or J. 0. Miller, Animal Industry; Bird Study—L. A. Follansbee, Biology; Bookbinding—J. W. Hall, Print Show; Botany—Charles LaMotte, Biology; Civics—Ralph Steen, History. Cycling, P. J. A. Zeller, Engine ering Experiment Station; Dog Care—P. W. Burns, Veterinary; Electricity—R. H. Elliott or M. C. Hughes, Electrical Engineering; First Aid—Carl Tishler, Athletic, John Sperry, Biology, or J. H. Quisenberry, Genetics; Forestry and Stamp Collection—Paul Scho- en or D. A. Anderson, Forestry. Gardening, F. R. Brison, Horti culture; Interpreting—Joe Wool- ket, Modern Languages; Life Sav ing and Swimming—Art Adamson, Athletic; Mechanical Drawing— G. S. Stiles, Engineering Drawing; Music—G. T. Edds, Veterinary Medicine; Public and Personal Health—F. G. Anderson, Athletic; Physical Development—W. L. Pen berthy, Athletic; Poultry Raising— E. D. Parnell, Poultry, Husbandry. Reading—T. F. Mayo, Library; Reptile Study—C. Hesse, Museum; Safety—Lee Norwood, City Mar shall; Surveying—-C. E. Sanstedt, Civil Engineering; Taxidermy— E. M. White, Luke’s Grocery; Wea ther—L. G. Jones, Agronomy Dept, or C. J. Hesse, Museum; Wood Carving and Wood Work—C. N. Hielscher, Industrial Education. HELP BRING VICTORY BUY WAR BONDS —Attend San Antonio Aggie Dance— Electrical Engineers To Meet for Discussion Of Calculating Board Professor M. C. Hughes, head of the Electrical Engineering depart ment of A. & M. College has an nounced a meetinng September 22-23 to discuss the A-C Calculating Board. It is expected that the at- “Thar’s Money in Them Things” When You Sell Them at LOUPOT’S TRADING POST Aggies, you have made Loupot the biggest second-hand book dealer in College Station, and he appreciates your cooperation. He wants to help you, too, by giving you the best trades possible. “I’m Hurrying to Loupot’s” LOU WANTS TO BUY YOUR Books — Lamps — HATS — Drawing Supplies Sam Browne Belts — Woolen Socks Listen, Men! Some of you are planning to sell your instruments. We will make minor repairs free so that you can get more for them. If you sell them to a freshman, be sure they are in good repair so that the new man will not be handicapped. If some of you Aggies get in a tight for cash on the way home or even before you leave for home, remember the Loupot Loan Fund (limit to loan, $5). If on the road and in need, wire me collect. “Trade With You — He’s Right With You” tendance at the meeting will be around a dozen Power engineers, and the subject matter of the conference will be of a technical nature. Tappenfield Cheviots Hunting Ridge Tweeds Cheviot Glens Warwick Weaves American Tweeds Stripers ALL DIFFERENT RUGGED IDEAS, STYLED BY . . . ★ flTaldrop6{o “Two Convenient Stores’ , College Station -o- Bryan