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The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 25, 1949, Image 1

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rlr sac* t(Hl| rotnr Jofih woi> Kli ta i recflv The : ■ ; % Y 'V'. r?-' z m Yv, •v itj/': /. k: COLLEGE STATION ( errausn or , iaMnd), AduT wuvumx. idejiced ■f «4 f e Junior Students Picked all Achievement Awards in* m^io the it !fr Sla>1on been aeldc* awarda at „ Jae« this ye»r. will receive tha L ! hk James C. the WOO Ban* t J. Cheek will Jones Reward, fd la presented r student who ;&ntlal part of liree years of achieved high id who has ev- 3ter arid qual- * i J. , I a v.-t is .chap poiit the ■ hla merr llthis.award, is student arid the v with one ked as a slu re hoo) and at a vi lie Is from A' ented by C. ident of the was won by James Slayton, is pre sented annually under the same considerations as thje Krueger award by a bequest from the late Albert Banta of Shreveport, Louis iana. Slayton Is an ministration stud (cultural ad- udenti and a staff sergeant in the band. He has waited tables in the bess halls for tribe years,- worked each .summer; and has a 2.79 grade point ratio. Slayton is from Overton. Sausage Room Uden^Srid U Added to Meats | Lab Equipment im The newest thing in the Animal Husbandry Depart- ami supply ment is the meats laboratory's and a present sausage room. According to relf ti i in# § k %tv will bi tho j ci rib#, tmm I 'm- IC wfeM of ihio clAdon* m Hairy caaf m ^etei 1SI5 ' ■ rey an an 5as; Ba: an< * W everiiri tinues ABC’s i f'U 1 1 the Animal Husband partraent, sausage But turnl 1 DA; ex^ ted on J ma to Als of W. bandry duajryj (iemoni mninat Hu|l met [pn WTAW has equle of its fea- for the com- bg at lO, WTAW mi the stage of re an amateur ft# tho benefit of Fund drive, ns WTAW will -aconc pick-up Golfers As«o- at the Her- b i\Ulchmond leasts will be- oon aNl with Atnorican i portscaater 0f wm 0 ijL_ nnlng ^at- . featuring a < ie of the Humph- who teams with ijtologist to solve of crimes. Peter of “The Shadow" Police," will write jj[- * ||' I • ,|| .. (■}'. , j. y and Thursday Javid Harding con ic tricate cases on •flfhe Counterapy." m antlry raakir De ng op erations should get underway sometime this summer.. J. T. Keene, of the Augie Pack ing Company of San Antonio, sta ted that A&M now has one of the most modem and completely equip ped sausage deportments that he has seen. Tho major plant equipment in cludes a grinder, a silent cutter for hashing meat, a mixer for blending, a staffer, rind a linking or stuffing table where tho links are tied off. Next in the assembly line set up is tho smoko house, which is designed for smoking sausngo. 1 i After the sausage is smoked, It is transferred to an electric cook er, the latest model manufactured The Jesse H. Jones Reward for Achievement, which was awarded to Jeff Cheek, is presented "In the belief that a student who has earn ed practically, or aU of his college expenses through three years, has done a Job worthy of recognition and rigs proven himself worthy of assistance." The award is given by the Hon. Jesse H. Jones of Houston. ^ Cheek Cheek Is a Junior from Coman che majoring In liberal arts. Por the past two years he has worked as a waiter at George’s Confec tionery and at the Fin Feather Club. Winners of these awards last ye LI Toppy Hicks. rear in the same order are James Iverman, Floyd Blackburn, and WBDNEHDAY, MAY 25,1949 m . ■ Y - fZw'S W Ifef mmwmm > Ysplispar Stude: Fort / . / ■‘4 ’u The Student Senate voted lastiable vote was evening to ratify the constitution |eiablo discuss of the Texas Intercollegiate dent Association and thereby - come a member of this state-wide organization-of student govern ments. The/overwhelmingly fftvor- >d last Table itutlon I crat o I Sta-1 and reports oi by be- TISA Constita Marvin Brown, left. Junior management engineering major from Edinburg, and Clayton iSelph, sophe Houston, session. omore architecture major from will be co-editors of the Battalion for the summer George Gibson New Director Of Texas Extension Service George G. Gibson today was named director of the Texas Agri cultural Extension Service. The appointment was announced by Chancellor Gibb Gilchrist with approval of Secretary of Agricul ture Brannan. Gibson will assume his new duties June 1. , A native Texan, bom at Trinity in 1907,. Gibson graduated from A&M in 1929 with his B. S. in agri culture. He took his Masters De gree at Iowa State College in 1930. In 1933-35 he attended the Univer sity of Texas Law School, where ho took no degree, but was admit ted land licensed as an attorney and counsclor-at-law by the Su preme Court of Texas on Decem ber 10, 1935. Known ta his friends as "Hoot," he has served ah a dairy specialist Sausage ^ rl hm h ted to°the AgritaftaJaf E?tan! tawVmcbed? taen'chuKr^a tant dajoLn'.^h 1943 and U 1B44 cold water spray. he worked as manager of a private Snyder said that the sausage dairy farm near Waco, returning Y .to the Texas oxtfnation organiza- tjtion as dairy husbandman in 1944. He held the latter position until room would be used for short courses held for Taxis sausage, makers and in A. H. 482, an ad- meats course. rJ a obtained from I idustry Agricul- dministration, US ire being condv meats of the nmi he Ifers as a guide iucing ability, der the direction ior daily hus- au of Daiiw In ti tly spent three / m i j. j v • Dr, R. R. Shro<le Department, work Krejrimental stage, (b» said about,tM i^cdictions on the /biased on the eval in calvls. j dots show isomc ijn j ike some of the pi the selection of » { Jltiiih do not hive of their own, * Hampton Voted FFA rriesident J. D. llamptonYAggie track star and agricultural educa tion major from Brady, was elected president of the\jColle- giate FFA Chapter forxthe summer and fall semesters^at a regular chapter meeting las Tuesday evening. Other officers elected were Char- die Wrilker of Stephenville, first vice president; L. P. Newton of Cross [Cut, second vice-president; and Joe Tate of StaphenviHe, third vice-president. Billie J. Seale was elected sec retary, Billie R. Boling, treasurer; Chester Giesecke, advisor; Harold Freeman, historian; Harold Stone, parliamentarian; Jack Daniels, re porter and Jesse Hudgins, sentinel. Vernon Boykin was selected to be the chapter’s representative at large on the student Agricultural Council next year. A progress report covering the present semester's activities was given by each committee of the chapter before the meeting was adjourned. ) j || » FFA CiubOiFfers {125 Sfboliudrip Tho Collegiute FFA Chapter has $126 acholanihip to award hut thira art no applicant!, according to J, c. Mnow, chairman of the FFA Scholarship Fund The FFA Chapter started this fchdlarshlp for anj outHtiuidtng high oehool Future Farmer as an aitnual award last year. Leroy Hue- fall r of Caldwell was the wlnnar of last year's award and ii a fresh- mail in Agricultaral odneutlon at the Annex this jMr, Funds for the award are derived from a candy concession which the chapter operates in the lobby of the Agricultural Engineering Building. The concession hes net ted a *a50 profit during the 1948* 49 school year. AAUP to Meet In YMCAThi ticularly dealing with planning and bunding modem daily bams and pens, feed and care of the dairy herd. 1 “Mr. Gibson’s appointment was made by the Board of Directors on May 14,” Chancellor Gilchrist his new appointment. Jibs on is the a her of outstanding extension pub Gibson is the author of a num- . of outstanding exU Heitions in the driiry field, per il 1 Thursday at 7:30 chapter of the elation of will mi of the. Uhiversil in the CA. m. the local Professors ference Room of -the and preeen ! ! m ; /• : committee'! report. Extension Worker Gets USDA Award ale L. Weddington, of the Ex tension Service, has received an awaixkfrom the Department of Ag riculture for superior service. Wed dington developed and administered a fiscal sy^em ta “insure accurate and efficient/ accounting for the use of all extension funds." The awards were, presented ta outstanding employees of the De partment of Agriculture at cere monies at the SyJavrKTheatre on the Monument Grounds;. Washing ton, D. C., May 16. Secretary of Agriculture Charles F. Brannan presented the awards. \ Yes, Quite Cheesy! MONROE, Wis., May 25 -Wi- Seven-year-old Sharon Broge has found that honesty is its own re ward. Or just about. Sharon, found what she thought was a pencil case on the sidewalk. When she and several other young sters opened it, they found $63,000 in cash and negotiable securities, 4 * > said in his announcement today. “It was not announced at that time because this is the one position in our cooperative plan with the De partment of Agriculture Which re quires approval of the Department. We have just had word from M. L. Wilson, National Director of the Extension Service, that the Sec retary of Agriculture has express ed himself a* satisfied \rith this appointment." | "Mr. Gibson is well fitted for th|s post," the Chancellor contin ued. "lie has been thoroughly trained in agriculture ami in the Extension Service ahd in addition is a licensed attorney in Iho State of Texas, This selection was made after an exhaustive seoirch, not only of our own organization, but throughout the country. We be lieve thot in Mr. Gibson we have selected a man who will lead the Extension Service capably and ef ficiently." Gibson succeeds Dr. Ide P. Trotter, who last March left the post of director of the Exten sion Service to become Dean of the Graduate School. ' “Since former Director Trotter assumed his new post.’l Chancellor Gilchrist said, “and on many oc casions prior to that, |tho affairs of tho Extension Service have been administered by Vice Director J. D. Pro wit. Mr. Prewit has not only carried on his own duties, but those of the director with riuch ability and our thanks/have been extend ed to him." Liquid Petroleum Gas Appliance Short Course to Start June 6 Text books, whether pres ently in use at A&M or dis continued, will be bought at the Exchange Store during the second annual Spring Us* ed Book Sale from May 31 through June 3, according to Harry Rainey, chairman of the Student Senate Exchange Store committee. • 1 i Th« Exchange Store will pay approximately 50% of list price for books in ttsei here. A/book broker representing the Wilcox and Pollett Company ijof Chicago will buyj all text books that the Exchange Store do£s not care to buy. Tho price givert by the broker will be based on the cost of handl ing and storing, the date of Issue, the number of schools using tho books currently, and the condition of the book. According ta Rainey the .student; may expect ta get from 5 to 40% on tho books ho sells to the broker. The Student Senate is sponsoring tho used book sale and 5% of the gross receipt from the Solo will go to the Student Scholarship Fund. This fund Is being established by ’ 'J the Senate to provide a itadent RS/L’ body—sponsored* scholarship for a J""* 4 * 101 student to attend A&M. Should 1 0< .... a student want to contribute hi* Z, u „ Zl books to the Student Scholarship 1 W j Fund, ho con leave his -books with. Si I Ids dormitory or area Senator. The, * ?!; J Senator iwld be mponslble for of posted Denton April tho Senate wh tho convantior loose organizai emmenta aff< for different discuss their Interests. This was the Student Se] year. The m Sbi?a r Hall whe| proceeded the Guests attendi; Senators* wiv lege officials President speech to the its work this of working terment of the Senate’s Passed also evening were of the special tee headed byiBei student body s would be kno' Man Scholars four year sch of $350 per raittee rccommSh ir' 11 • r! 1 ! ' jV’--- K Numtx* 101 ill ’ •‘jj \ , i'I'J !• »,< 1 m ■ptes . 11 «> } By GEO! A&M now hi Kodachromu ctgloi Going on sol and confection eleven post , pictures of c^rlpi lions ranging wei For secretary-treasurer tho class elected John McFall of A Cavalry, and Bill Thompson of A (pWS was elected social secretary. Barnes won the presidential post by a vote of 168 over his run-off opponent Don Joseph who polled 89 votes. Parse was elected vice president by a margin of!32 votes over Joe Johnson. A business major from Abilene, Barnes will take over his duties as president next fall, Parsej, an out- of-stater, is a civil engineering stu dent from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Also from Abilene, McjFall is a business major. Thompson is from Saginaw and is taking chemical engineering. $50 Gift Presented To AH Department A gift of $50 has been given tho Animal Husbandry Department by the Texas Sheep and Goat Raisera Association, J. C. Mlllerj, head of ♦of butane appliances. Subjects will include rules and regulations, safety practices, con trols, refrigeration, customer re lations, domestic heating, ranges, and venting. Instructors for three of these subjects will l[e Nat Har ris of the Texas Railroad Commis sion, rules and regulations; G. M. Kintz, supervising engineer of the Bureau of Mines, safety practices; and D. L. Belcher, Extension Ser vice, customer relations. Arrangements for factory train ed instructors are being made by William J. Lawson, executive sec retary of the Texas Butane Deal ers Association. Registration for the short course will begin Monday morning, June 6, in the YMCA Chapel. Meetings will be held in the afternoons in Building D, and in the mornings in Buildings D and E. | Classes will be arranged with a maximum of twelve tnen to each group. The class periods will be roppod hy q cheese company clerk. 1 the department, onnotmcod today. book, dealer will be at-tty AntiCx J njtory or a , The Industrial Extension Service will conduct t second tketxxfc ‘and^deporitin^ ft**® annual Liquid Petroleum Gas^ Appliance Short Course June the money in the student .Scholar- j ^ a . fer instruction on actual adjustment, repair and maintenance ' . ' J ! : ! ♦of butane appliances. Juniors Fleet Barnes, Parsed Wilman Barnes of B Infan try and Bill Parse oi! B En gineers were elected to head next years junior class in a light final vote by the class of ’51 last night. hat prices paid for the used books will be no where near, list price but the prices paid in. many cases are for books which cannot T be sold in the college area. itution ‘ • ! /| .Vj r the Hcholnwhlp by raisml by e Sohate’.n spon-ioring a dancO ttiethsm next fall. . ... , ill DuHi g dlscufsion on tho whol- Otrslnp proposal, several members oioed, >bjiHtion to any campaign rni te money for the fund >ugl personal solicitations. How ver, t m motion as carried men- ioned personal, solicitatioha only if oecersniy. Tho fooling of Uio Senate sis expressed by tho motion,. Were tl at solicltotion." would be a last resiort, Hueibner mid. - •••, Harry Rainey, chai man of the Senatq Exchange St<jre commits tc«, outlined for the Senate the N plana for ^le Used! Book Sale sponsolred by the Senate and conducted by the Exchange Stare. - Ihe Senate voted is a prevtouH meeting ta deposit tho 5% of H gross receipts from the sale that the npotvsoring organization will reeetvii Into the Twelfth Man I Beholarahlp Fund. Sena ors’ wives present were Messrs.! Hairy Rainey, Robert Ran som, David Seligman, and Richard Hodgest J, [ ' , ! Facu ty guests of the .Senate jvrere: |PresidentJ and Mrs. F. C. Bolton, Dean and Mrs. W. L. Fpn- bevthy, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Ziim, and Mi . and Mrs. C. G. “Sptp’ White. verwity m the Ui Isl Hi Ing the isl Dormitories To Close June 4 . All dormitory students now in school who intend to go to summer school must be moved to their- new rooms by 2 p. m. Saturday, June 4, Bennie Zinn, assistant dean of men, announced: today. .... All dormitories except those to alternated so that each group will be used during the summer session attend every class being taught win be closed and locked at that This will provide for personalized instruction, Belcher said. : The short course will be spon sored by the Industriail Extension Service in cooperation with the State Bureau of Vocational Educa tion and the Texas Butane Deal ers Association. A banquet will bo held in Shiga Hall Wednesday, Juno 8, Belcher said. Speakers at the banquet will bp factory-trained instructors. Ramps I, J, and Ki of Walton Hall and the first floor of Dormi tory 16 will bo open for men at tending time. Students who must change rooms but who wish to leave the campus before the semester is completed may make arrangements with the present occupants of their new room concerning storage of possessions until they return, Zinn continued- ji [ Any students who desire to tarn in their room keys may present their keys and yellow receipts ‘ * Z to the housli showing their key deposit to irsonnel in Room 100, the short mg pel Goodwin null at any time during regular office hours, Zinn conclud ed. , / iS" ‘Plans forf CA Cabinet! Monday eve: Miller, YMC, dent, at the; faculty-cabini Y Cabin, norMi ery. ; ; Miller proposed sponsor group! cuss such s ' justice, attainment of life, racial folu-i- _ r marriage, and ifaiatuB He stated Bp 1 ™ groups this yosrjl ialized as dcsitad additional cffojltys to organize d* The supper| steak fry with her inviting a f i cu ihi urged closer stpde tionships in, his w the group. Dean M. T. Is group in the pm hymns. This was the YMCA Cabinet About sixty sf members were f Texas in 1918. 1 this game the A&M d never tied or defeated vendty team In Memor- lum. By unexpectedly ty- lr«nc University squad, team broke the Memor- ilium jinx and upset the . ’done !bi|cket r —making a happy emilpM to the season." Odf HtMdfng among tlie poMtonrd Series iii a full color picture of this your’s I onfire. Another card shows ysll pnrile® tvith yell action i ,hd tho cor Pcnumi ih this picture can gnlzcd I or 9 rows book. One i f tho molt colorful pictures ever token of the Administration! Building Is featured on one post card. ] ; . V On one i card Is a picture of'tho corps in mass formation very slm r Hor to [a photograph used (n Life magniine ! recently, except that this picture I has more color and. in cludes the color guards left out in Life’s pictured T I turcs the bqkh Kf" trds are devoted to pic* re YMCA Building ahd Memo Ten stand, the id the ceremony ith on the Woi' to fifteen per cent profits jwiU go to cadet o and the remaining amount Will go to the senior class and will be spent on n. gi r t to the Student Memorial :Cente|. qgpgJMHHBMM 0RC Eliminates Comiposite Groups Kiwanis Hear Simons Speak On Texas Oil Conservation A. "The Texas Oil Conservation the control of tho industry cannot make a target out of tho oil in dustry but ntMdtney must try to find fault In tho lews. To coun ter this attack the citizens must familiarize himself with the state conservation laws and their admin istration. V[ ; “Many criticize the law because it limits production, but without it producers might go back to the days of the SplmUetop Field where there were so many derricks that it was possible to walk from one rig to another without touching and. Leases were only a derricks had to be built so that the legs Laws are being criticised by non- Texsns an& men ouUide tho oil industry,” Charles E. Simons, vice- president and general manager of the Mid-Continent OH and Gas An- ‘ >, Dallas, said at the Ki- nchcon yesterday, ini the oil industry think the industry is now in good hands, as it is bring run by you and me, he said as' he enumerated twelve of the elected officers concerned With the control of oil and gas in- of Texas. oil industry has done a good job] in finding new fields. Nearly 12.4 billion barrels of oil are in fields, yet to be tapped, ag the *8$ ino plane at west for want of oil or The people that would usurp I ■ ; ■ground feW feet square and the had ta be built s were overlapping. causes i great underground waste," baeas- market Id give Ski of men tion some more than Imfe^oU and waste of gas and water which would seal •“ areas^in the reservoir," Slm- is vice-president of the lor to neuded it, but this control to a email rather than the I "Without such producers would get their fair share of would also cause through irregular Williams Talks Tf AH Seminar Group D. W. Willlamti, vlM-chancollof for Agriculture, spoke on the con* traits of European and UnjUf Htates livestock production, iw them during his rU 1 ,rM< Uni tad sanitary conditions.«. grasses, and breedini triple purpose cattle. This Pair Beate! ! Host Everything HILLSBORO, Tex.; May; Two masked bandits held the win- uUfo. Comdpsjte Groups, formerly *a catoh-al for unassigned reservists, have been eliminated in Texas, Col. Oscar R. Abbott executive for the Hlitary District; announced training units have for the various bran- t .organized reservists e training in their mili- ‘ty rather than traitj- to nil branches, these units an- the lofis* on, military government rical teams, infantry ivisions, station compls- special ssnriec compan- ,'L. 1 he new program rsasr* » oh a thrc«-yo«r dydo piNi" them to accept assignments In unltfi It ions, or as Instructors: Texas today, 1 Sped been ches may i*ry ingi Ami ticnl and training manta i U-n. ;• Undo vista tthii which erne ft in st units they m< vld\ condlt|e Hi train ta a noint ao Ik* mohiUztni Immedtn mobilised readily training. n j »nt of training for loty ■ will dvpoiw on local and faellltles, < Y Tei Forti nomy Bxp*rti inspwl momists ile Field I ning in a game in a past in Austlu. . he worked on 1 i . : . ■ .1/ v. i- . . • . pr 'i ; 1 r - ![ ^ <■' > >: • r" ][ ' / ! • * K ' ‘ / V i ,rK s ~ r ■ ■•'i •' 1 k' game, oraertq ill .five to take off their trousers, aod tben raked up ifiwwSly EDWIN O. awarded a aUUite of . for having point gnduatioa. /' :/f' ■ A. I . mi ^ / X X J, I ilfil six members of tho pasture ■■■ the Temple nt Station Datunlaj the work .fejlng dono pasture^ there, A complete tour of tho at wtts mdde and the doss the 1<M2 months grazing which U now underway. ' tare cohslsts of ko Mi par day ware »«ef cattle now on tha 1 V-/ 1' i