The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 17, 1949, Image 4

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i Conference PE Men PlanMeet \ ' ■ T The Southwest Conference Physical Education meeting will be held at A&M October 17 and 18. i | Main objective of the or- Mniution in to Improve touch, init und offering! In required phy. ricnl oducaiioti. Intramural!, rec- roatlou uml teacher education pro* . grams.: ' ' Representattvea from the achoola of the Southwest Conference will attend and take Part. I Harrington. Trotter Attend Conference Dr. Mi T. Harrington, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences and dean of the college and Dr. Ide P. Trotter of tne Graduate School will attend a work conference to be held in Savannah, Ga., 0ct» lC-17. The conference is oh graduate study in southern 'schools and is aimed at some long-range planning for regional cooperation in this ^ie)d» • . • ’ I , The conference is sponsored by the Commission in Development of Graduate Studies of the Board of Control for Southern: Regional Education. ^, LA U! TE MODEL SED CARS 1948 CHEV. TOWN SEDAN Two-tone grey — Like new throughout. 1947 CHEV. SPORT SEDAN \ Radio & heater. y • “] • • ] ' 1947 FORD TUDOR . ■ j Radio, heater and seat covers. 1946 CHEV. SPORT SEDAN ] ‘ • • ■ v . Lots of extras. 1946 CHEV. 5-PAS8EN(3ER COUPE 11; Radio and heater. 1946 CHEV. FLEETIJNE AEROSEDAN ■ ' ’ Perfect condition and loaded with extras. Vi V 1946 CHEV. TOWN SEDAN Low mileage and extra clean. j» . i ■ : j . 1946 FORD TUDOR Heater and seat covers ' All cars cash & carry A SO day guarantee CORBUSIER Chevrolet Co. . I Coulter & Cavitt Drive PHONE 3-6558 -NOT! (Continue OU Has Tough One Oklahoma had a harder time than it expected but: the Sooners clat tered to a 48 tjo 26 verdict over Kansas }in | dfefflnse of their j big seven champi(ins|hip. Other clubs that gained stature during the d»y included Northv^est- ei[n, Which up-ended Michigan, 21 to 20:; MinpeBOta, by a lii to 0 I conquest of Ohio State; and Cor nell. iThe big RoiJ pounced od yale, 48 to 14.: 1 ] J ‘ lojvu.. piled up its highcHt score a| dtdadfi to bang another de- Southwest Conference by g defending champion Southern A^ethodist 41-27 in a raz- x zle-dazzle off featiqn Indtaria, 35 to 9, and W1h- conslri, putt hg <>n a comeback un der thje cpaenihg of Ivy W|illiam»on, sank the Navy, 48 to 13. - pennsylvanln kept, in step with Cofrtell in the Ivy circuit by thrashing Cohinihia, 27 to 7, arwt Dick iKaTtmaiir | made Princeton’! 27 tO 14 conquest of Brown a per sonal affair. Kaizrnaier set Up two "early touchdowns with passes and scorecj a third himself. I Rice Upsets SMU offensive battle. Charlie Justice and his unbeaten North Carolina mates Had to come, from behind to spill Wake Forest, |28 to 14. It was the fourth de feat of the year for the Deacons. Diake, beaten. last week by Navy, speaked backj into the win col umn, 14 to 13L over North Carolina State, j William & Mary traveled all the way to East! Lansing, Mich., for y ja 42 13 lashing by Michigan State. [ I Thorp was but little action in the SpUtherr Conference where Tennessee am Alabama deadlocked, 7 to 7, und Georgia Tech’s light- . : i; - AGGIES (Continued from yar5a needed for the Ij were 13 ruilmlng plays, and three offside forth* quarter t minutes and IS second* ol fer’s try for wide. The- thi i weights handled Auburn, 35 to 21 Iowa State! stayed atop the big •seven circuit with Oklahoma, by trimming Kansas State, 25 to 21. It Was the first time in 11 years ■that lowans hud won three cen- .ference games in a row. The cir- iCuit lost two non-conference tilts and Missouri smashed Illinois, 27 to 20. Nebraska was overcome by Pepn $tate, 22 to 7, and Oregon Ricp pulfed an qmazing upset mastered | Colorado, 42 to 14. ' if 1 I ii- an USED BOOKS He |Kiy the highest pi u r> (Ur l -nl P.noKs— He maintain uhohs;»le and retail lists the year 'round. GKl OI K PKK KN Kl lOKI; S|;|J |\(; THE E\(U\>(,E ■: "Serving Texas Aggies" th* extra point quarter was t _ r .. 15 second* old when Berry led t|he Christians 00 yards on four passing plays and rang up the third Ip. Berry was rifling passes perfectly and qilmaxed this sudden display of ahowmanship when Archer made n spectacular circus eaten deep in the end xone, To score twice In the third as they did In the first the Berry- led Frogs began another series of pusses that saw paydirt after the fourth one. . , Berry again cocked his rifle arm and let fly this time to Wilde who was standinjg in the end zone some 15 yards distant. , With the Frogs playing an al most errorless ball game, even the do-on-die spirit displayed by all concerned could not withstand the steady drives that were cracking the seams pf the Aggies as they withheld thp attacks of the invad- ers - ! i i|}[!; ■ , ] Greiner and Flowers The greatest mainstays in the Cadet forward wall were Max Greiner, whd used his speed along with his rushing deception to break up several plays; Jimmy Flowers, who came near scoring once when be intercepted a Berry pass while taking time off from plugging the holes in the line; Carl Hill, wjho has shown consis tent improvement throughout the season and turned in a creditable performance! at the end post; and Sam Moses, James Fowler, and Will Rush,, who are standouts each week and J were steadily biting away at the foes defenses. Moving to the backfield and stM bestowing honors and commer|da- tions on deserving Aggies, Jwe would first see Yale Lary, who is a very consistent punter. H e brought out a 38 yard average from Saturday’s game and it would have been greater had he not tried to punt out of bounds on each oc casion, causing many of the beau tiful punts] to fall short. Bob Srhith, sensational ground gainer of previous weeks, was an other Cadet turning in a brilliant performance at the line-buster and hole-pluggeh slot. Charlie McDonald, billed ath letically as a defensive specialist, is proving himself worthy of this notation by virtue of his defensive work on pass plays and his line backing ability, "Bull" Lawson, who was In the game but * short while, exhibited | great offensive potentialities ns the defense that was set up to thwart his repeated stabs at the heart of thb Hne began to sag and at times seemed to disintegrate as he powered through. GAME AT A GLANCE T.r.ll. AIM First downs . j 11 9 Net yards gained rushing. .120 cs Forward paftseis attempted 24 15 Forwiird papsejs completed 13 5 Yards forward) passing... 179 33 Forwards Intercepted by.. 3 | 2 Yards gained runbuck interceptlohs ....'.. IS 48 Punting-, averai* . J 32.4 38 Total yards, all kicks 1 returned i 124 15.3 Opponent fumbles recovered 1 1 Yards lost by] penalties .. 90 65 D" For Style... Smartness... and Comfort, too! to feel right., a T-shirt ^'oamWhite.NsvyBlue, Bahama Blue, Rope Tan, Sun Yellow, Reef s'Gtq* Shoal Green ■ n fteis Anzacs are so popular. The Reis ' label is your assurance of high quality msterijal and workmanship...ol top value for yoUr money. Swell with slacks or shorts. Youll want two or three ,to give your sports wardrobe a repertoire. I: I ] I..I- ;! '!!: j ♦ngep “Servinx Texas Areies*; i, v Texas Aggies' Main Campus —TWO STORES- . A.&M. Annex What’s Cooking - ’MURALS - (Continued frorp Page 3) . | I I I » A Infantry, sparked by stellar play from (Art Gorman and Jack Prince, defeated B Cavalry 3-0. The hardest match of the day was between the powerful B Quar termaster and A Vets. The] Quar termaster finally won 2-1 after a long and hard fight with Sher man Hink and Breese Baker as standouts. Bob Hunt and James Conrad paced a A (Composite team to a 2-1 win over B Vets, while A Sig nal*’ led by Jack Jones and Don Rogers downed B Coast. AGGIE CHRISTIAN FELLOW SHIP Wednesday, 7:15 p. m., Stu dent Lounge, YMCA. 9807th VOLUNTEER AIR, RE SERVE SQUADRON, FLIGHT A, Mondoy 7:30 p. m. Room 301, Goodwin Hall. CAMPUS STUDY CLUB, Tues- -CONFERENCE- (Continued from Page 1) vice in industry!. The discussion will be conducted as a “confer ence,” with “a panel ef the whole.” The entire group is expected to participate. The following questions are in tended to guide the discussion: What isfthe most effective or ganization—by skills, by jobs, by industries, by fields of work? What should be the balance be tween basic technology and ap plied skills? Should it be differ ent for different jobs, fields, and industries? Are the answers to the above questions the same where a few Industries are prominent, and where farm youth is moving to the cities? How and where cun a junior col lege secure guidance on facilities, stajulurds, und planning? Fifth Hessian Tuesday evening, October 18, South Solarium, YMCA, 7130 p. m. v Deep Ide P, Trotter, A&M, pre siding. Address given by Dr. Lawrence L. Bethel in open forum discus sion. Sixth session Wednesday morn ing, October 19 South Solarium, YMCA, 9:30 p. m. Prof. G. B. Wilcox, A&M, pre siding. Panel Discussion—“How Far and For What Reasons Should A Jun ior College Specialize in Its Term inal Vocational Curricula.” Pres. George H. Gentry, Lee College, Baytown, Pres. Murray H. Fly, Odessa Junior College, Odessa, Prof. C. H. Groneman, A&M. Panel Discussion—“How Far and For What Reasons Should A Jun ior College Specialize in Its Of ferings to Part Time Students?” Director J. R. D. Eddy, Division of University Extension, Univer sity of Texas, Prof. Roy W. Bur- dett, Arlington State College, Ar lington, Prof, Riley A. Godwin, Al vin Junior College, Prof. James U. Jeter, Paris College, Paris. Sumarrizing statements — Dr. Lawrence L. Bethel. Committee reports. day, 3 jfc m., YMCA Chapel. ENTOMOLOGY SOCIETY, Tues day, 7:3(1 P- Room 10, Science Hall. slj FIVE-0-CLUB, Tuesday, 7 ] p. m,, Bryaifl Country Clubhouse, c<j>v- •ered dish supper. GALLERY COMMITTEE Mon day, 7 p.^n., Room 157, Bizzel Hall. IE CLt)B, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. ME Sho&. a J ] | JUNIQR CLASS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, Monday 7 p. m., Rbom 319, Dorfnitory 10. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, Thursday* 7 p. m., St. Mary’s Chap el basement. KREAM AND KOW CLUB, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Room 203, Aca demic Building. NEWCOMERS CLUB, Wednes- •dav 2 p. m. Cabinet Room, YMCA. RODEO CLUB, Monday, 8:15 A&I Library. SPANISH CLUB, Tuesday, af ter yell practice, Room 123, Aca demic Building. , WEATHERFORD A&M CLUB Monday, 7:30 p. m., YMCA Chapel. Pictures of 1939 Aggie team will Inc showh. YMCA CABINET, Monday, 7:15 p.m., YMCA Chapel. Two movies will be Shown. Open to public. Battall CLASSIPlE Page 4 SHLL WITH A BATTALION AD. JUtM ...)«• word per I with a 23c minimum. Space — Classified Section ... (Oc per colu Inch. Send nil claaslfleds with r« tance to the Student Actlvltlea Of All ads should bo turned In by 1 a.m. of the dap before publication. COMFORTABLE furnished bedroom. A(l Joining bath, linens furnished, new caijv pus. Professor or graduate studen preferred. Telephone 4-9724. [ — -t+— ■+-*— ; 1 I -T MONDAY, C pBER 17, 1949 “4V STCDEBA . ceptior ally clei St Gate 3* r fe& a J-d. with private bath. 110 t Ave, | South Oakwopd, prone 4-8659. 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