The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 25, 1950, Image 1

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College Station
Official Newspaper
1 J . \
, Nation's Top
CoHegiale Daily
NAS IMS Survey
Number 137: Volume 4S
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MAY 25. 1960
Pnce n« Ont.
Itolton To Receive
I ribute At Dinner
Will mak* » taiK reprM»ati«f in
dustry Th# Purmar StudetiU As-
Former Student
Council Meet
In *V ’ Saturday
i wriatK* wHl W rafwwMinteti 4* W
A spaciat 4mi%tr honoring F
s«tur«ay M V n, nerwnMnff u, fc ( oun «l <* tht
of th - th' HutUiAn, Will uik m Uhnlf Amoctstsm of Former Stu-
roIMn and prraiO-rit nirrt of tU g i a 4 ent ^ SwAkinf for Will be held in the
ih» dinnar ia u-inf innmowd tK* s»n4>r CUmm will b» tkeir YMCA Saturday, May 27,
iuiatly bp Ibn Koinaet Studm.t* And • • ~ I- - ’ -*
*orinown and the roller tuff and
1 acuity
Former <it»«ir4tv fn»mi: and
aaacrtatH wh« liav* knr>wn Pr*-*i
'Vnt a>hnii during hts tong tan
ui» h«*r* at ACM will ha** an op
portunity to pay th*ir r.«p*-<-t« to
"th* grand old man of th* rol-
Harrington naid
Hi nr* IMP
Fmaident Bolton gam* to ASM
tn 1 in 41 an h«*ad of th* KUrtncal
Krigin**rntf l>*partm*nt H* Own
pieridrrit, Bobby By.ngton
Tirkrt* (.trailed
Only tirk*u wtU be avail
able U» tBr general publtf far th*
dinner and '!*•«*■ are eafert**! t*
, accorrl
to* in great iWma .d D*an Har ! H*r**y added
front 1 until 5 do p.
mg to Dick Hervey '42
of the AaraMiation
Sunday mottling from M to until
11 tb* nwating will t* Continued
In th* Sbna Hall bamiu*t rwim
advanced to the poaitum of dean of ma y th«i
eiifttwwnng and in till wan made r*«pecti** ,i. n*
dran of the roUcfe , Hamilirt#(| Jj
ton Ha id
Fi rmer itud*nu and employ***
of th* coiagb othej than mem
bers of th# fnrulty and ataff, may
obtain Uckela ftom Jame* B Her
vey, exmijuv* MK-ralary af the
Former Htudanti Aaaociatian
Member* of the faculty anc ataff
their uckela at their
rtmerHai office*.
In 19X7 h* became executive
vice pieiident and for the pant
two year* ha* **rvad a* pre«idatit
of the college
Tw-ket* ace |1 75 and are on
«al* at th# Aggialand Inn. WSD
rluthier* af Bryan. Aggieland
Pharmacy FI rat State Bank
Sevaral *paaher* will be preMn«| l rygll the Former StudenU
for the uccnmon repreamting'dif- Aaam latmn (Mflc* in tllC Admin
ferent organisation* «ith i hahcel-l tatration Building
lor l.ihb Gllehnat speaking o* be , T t
half of i he A A M System
J B Thtuna*. pre«nlent of the
Te*a* Klei trii Serxiie I umpany,
Summer IMans
Set liv (louneil
The ('idlege Station Sum-
■w lUCTWtio.; rrufrtwhMi;^; Mnitoi. And "ob-
bnw, rrlnm^ by th, Cofcn ' „ th, rifht word, for
SUUon lUetmUo. 0«««ll.| M , kt w id tbr CMppird CkU-
liutmg aomc form of recrea
tion or for young ami old
every lay in th* **vk
Swimming, nofthali, tgnni*
tumbling, *b«ry h*»ur .ontmoaity
pirnica. hanUniaft. diving. txarUe-
and <M|uar* dam-ug at* achedul**!
for on* or more day* of every
week throughout the *umiu*r
pm ehaldwn n hand the wad
mg tan act v tie*, repreaenting i his paralgseil throat
Saturday , ( oum il ioeml<er* a'll
hear report* from officer*. ami
from committee* and the varmu*
L M l^ocke. 22, assistant aecre
tary of the AMoriatton, will give
th# Finnncnil Report*, prereeding
tlte Progrea- Repot; of the 196n
Development Fund by Hervey
Club Program ( ommitta* report
will be presented by lout* Blood
worth, *312, committee chairman,'
followed by the report from the
Nominating Committee fm ( iran-
cilmeti, by J S Farmer, '12
Texas A4M Dev*l«pmeni Fun.1
report will be 11resented h v K F
Mct^uillen. fund dirartor Follow
mg repo lit* from the Student laran
Fund by A. F Mitchell. liH ami
the report of the NommatHin < om
m it tee for Officer* by Ch* irman
J M William* 'lh. election of of-
fVaars will lie held
At Sunday * meeting K J How-
all, T2 will report for th* Hist»r
ical and Archive* ('omaMttee fol
lowed by the 75th Anniversary
report from Penroae Metcalfe Iti.
chairman of the ( ommittee
After ureaentation of a acn.ll by
(>#org* Smith. "tU ami a talk no
the Aggie Clut. by \N T I tough
tery tti, the meeting will tie ad
wine m m in«* v nupiea rs* fg* ii ■*■ ■
dren's Hospital at Waco suffering ■ HO I lillkN I ItllltlfMI
from the Worat type of polio the as gv all
bulbar type Urail
Graduation Activities
Begin Friday at 10 a.m.
l addre**
^ A second baccalaureate service
Commence meat activities far w ,|| in A*»*i«bly Hall
this year* graduate* will begin! f or engmeenag and veterinary
with BaccalaurMte aerviciw Fnday gagm candidate* with
morning, wjth Coramiasisaiag Ei- j ^ w Boyd Hunt p „ tm of th .
irrisss. President’. H#«^ptk»ri. | g.p,,,,
( hurch of Houston, the College staff,
t ommencement Lxemsa. and Final d.u* wlnr t h* » t R|re**
Bali Fnday aftoraaon and night Th# (Wu MnnoM t» mr held
T1»e Fine! * s«let Review will end accommlate families and fneml*
the program Saturday morning wf ^ p^duate. and to avoid a
Highiigbling Fnday'x prog ran limited attendaMr, Dr. C W
will be the Final Ball scheduled S< hle«»elm#n, chairman of the
for the grove, weather permitUng commencement romraWttae *»id
Presidenf and Mrs. F c Bolton
will hold an open house rwreptpiti
m their horn* from t:S(F4 M p ra.
Friday for t.raduataa. their fan!-
• lie* and frienda, and member* #f
The Aggieland Orrhealra will pro
vide niuair for the laat ball of the
college career for most senior*
' Grady lima, aaautanf director af
student actieitksa said today
Friday'* program will begin at i
10 am with two baccalaureate
service* to be held comurr*nUy
Hare a laureate Service*
One baccalaurvst* sei-vice will
be held in (iuian Hall for agricul
turw. arts and ancnce*. ami all
advanced degree candidate, with
the Rt Rev John F. Hiuea, bf*
hop (o-adjut«c of th* Kpncopal
Dioceaae* of Texas, delivering the
Commencement exercise* will be
keld at 5 p in on Kyle Field Ffl’
day night (If :nckiwent weather,
in Guion Hall and Aesenthly Hall)
t hairman of the Joint < incf* <>f
Staff, Omeral Omar Bradley, aril
deliver the main addrua.
All candidate* for degree, are
required to attend the baeap! ’
aureate and commencement exdr-
ciaex unles* officially excused by
th# Fxecutiv* Committee. Dr
Schleaseiman empha-ixeil
( ora mi-mi on Fxerriae
Presentation of reserve commis
sion* to advanced ROTC student*
will be in tiuion Hall at 1 p m
Fnday Ma^or (,eneral Aides R
Final Ball
( lima* mg t ndav'*
will be the Final Ball in I
Music for the Ball will, b* furnish
ed |fi th* Aggieland Orcheatra.
unddr the direction of BUI Turndf.
In can# of bad Weather the Fingi
Ball will be moved to Sbjaa Hall.
Klm« said
Ticket* for th* Bali have not
gone on sale as yet but according
Kiivnnis Asks
Financial Aid
Far Polio Hoy
Bv a A. Bt Rl H ABD
Yeateriay Irttlg MUhaei
Kilpatruk observed hi* aev-
Jhhn K Bertrand
Ag Honor Society
Officials Elected
Pratfooor H< tirand ha* barn named In-an «,f (he new Basic Dumum
whlrk • ill go mlw operation ia 'September H* rtf and i* rxpecled la
receive hi* Ph.ll dearer f|o« 4 or net I thin atimmer
The Agricultural Honor S«>ciety liverttock judging team and
elected officer* for next year at
a meeting held in Hbtaa Hail Tues
day evening. May 23
Of* fi * y* 1C 1 1 -' l *v n war* selected are Jack
Shin rrcuucrc l.rowd Sees W Mc< arley, president, Waiter
Tanamachi, vice president, Jim
Land Grant School Trilmk
C renta. Mr
itnrh, but
Mike has courage and tbr will tv
win W hen he became ill a week
ago Monday physicians didn't ax
pert him U» live Yesterday be was
Dr J P Abbott, dean <>f the
School of Arts ami Science^, vm!I
go to Brownsville, 'Texav this
weekend ta> give two cammence-
ment addr#*ne*
H> DO K t OM FTf
M'-mb-r* of th< mlleg. Hncultv
attg >1 .J ' arwl * aoiHeimg of exain
tra. rtUd. •nts aiv unf-'ki'-di >n the
(kdon tBsll sci>-«4i last n xhl a po •
flnt mnireaai I’lepnrhig for i Irihqtc ta the Lnn^ Grant
a lamg Life,'' will n# to the grad | Cifbf'W of M|. nation
and rl *“
already know# what he will do * •" mornmg
Moralay night Dr wsll
give the commencement aitiiie** I
rluba, churches and other civic ! forward to
organisation* in ( vllege Station
Sponsored by the ( ollage Stalnm “First thing I want 1* a pony,
flevelo;/«aeni Association and and thsm when I grow up I'm go-
t hamber of ( ommene, the ( am- mg to be a doctor *o little bay* . , u
munitv ('he«t amt the City of Otd- 1 IA* me don't have to ba airk With r *
ege ntatinn, tki* year’, program tllia old patiu.'' Michael tells his ' 1 ‘
promise* tv be one of the largest parents and nurae*. , j
The College Stativn Recreation * Col leg# BtaMoa fblk. have inter-
I'ouncil i* romponed of < G White,' ested themselves m the Kilpatn<-k*.
rha irman. J G (,ay. vice chair- and parttculariy in Michael Their
nan. Tent Moaes secretary and
Mr* O t Hmith, treasurer Othel
I'hafm, A4M ConselidaBM ath-
lettc coa> h, he* lieen choaen Sum
mer Kecrratpm Director
All activitie* begin Tuemlay June
*» A samph of the * beduie will
be run thi* a.-ek In the Battalion
The entire aentor at heilule will be
cypapteted at a later date
’It-rusalt in (iroWH
JerusaU n 'A’l The Jewish
part of the city of Jerusalem ex
next-door neighbors, the Jo* Stew
art*, are raring for Mike's 5-year
old brotller, Mark
At the last Kiwani* Club meet
mg D R Cofer was named chair
man of a ipecial committee tv do
what can lie done for the boy and
family Nearly waa raised in
ten minutes tv help with hospital
bills, and more is expected to lie
turned in tv Mr Osfer, br the
othes members of bis rommiUre
Dan Ru«ael| and Wilham Potts ,
Michael's father is a graduate
student m range and forestry, and
pects tv have a population of more baa nearly completed work for hit
than 2tHi.tlU«i by the end of 1952 master« degree He is * Navy
A recent censu* showed there veteran, going tv school under the
now are llti.'M* Jew* here No, rehabilitatran art a* a rvault of 1
eatimate wa» made of the number service incurred illneaa Only fam
of Arab* living in the Arab held ily reaourr#* are funds received
Jaac 3- Baccalaureate and com
^ mencemenl exercieew. com
“ miaaiunin. reremonv. and Fi
aal Ball
June 1- Final Review.
Mo M Friday- (4i*i day of
aoe* for seniors not tailing
May l
M beetle
if Texas Southweet Th*- mgasion on* th* T.-to* pr*-
May J miars df “Waveauf t.reen'fa tech
nnxdor preeentiWmn by thd r.i*-*i
bom Motors t'or|»orhlion <*f pulrsit
Tb. 4<i minute film did .x < tvdd
able tub >'f telling ti<o* XjicMme i
can farni' r h i*, through tl< titili
xati.m ul th*- »< lentifu and lu'chari
mill ad1iihc<a ,ii agticulturq f<ytei
-d by l.tod Grant <'ollew**| ,tdve»
<ed b' In* present world statue
Judked hi HoIIi*<mm1 stand
ard*. I be picture could not be ra
ted iff) highly Hut jud|ed on
the he*l* of •bai M U*. S •emi
edoraliooal film priMtuc-d b) I be
maker* of the 1-Old b actor
"tlsve* of (.reen'' indeed de*er
ve* pfai*e
F*pd> lallv n> dew ..( thy is the fact
(hat. tk«uigb th- filth wic arodured
by a tni'ate i >rpciMl «ui. n makes
no attempt tn sell ’^ tt i im iianv *
pnaiort F>«rd tiuiton. anil |h-ni
bunt fgrm equipment uiv fercl lib
er»ll> in th< film, but only hs b;w k
g t* Kind
L* al scene* and peraonakoth an
poar sa the film Th* effoAn h> F.
S M T iddeti tliat led to hi* del el
tbei | opine>4 of the Hope vnrietiof rust
their rviuat..iit wK*‘Ht receive A>nsid»-r
lHe Agriculture Kxpenment Sta
tion here for 29 years.
He and one of the other local
stars’' of Wav*** Of Green"
presented on the Guivn Siw**
■ edmg the showing QeorgeRi
an 'natmrtor tn the
pertinent awuat
walk, alav to*
Ki\ers and C. W Manning, a
former »**<>< i.*te pW'feaaor here,
te th anpesi tn tra nos in the pic
ture, Manning is presently doing
• ink toward a dm bn s degree at
l"W .i State rnd was unable to be at
the showing
Also in the picture are shots of
th* V4M < .onput and A i M ag
st'irb nta at wort.
Tom House secretary;
Kunie. treasurer. and
Wytke, chronicler
MrCartey is a junior dairy hu»-
l>andi> major from Deniaon Dur
mg the past year be was a mem-
^b*r of the ARM National Dairy
were Judging Team and won firat place
pre ! in the senior division of < been*
i v er*, judging in the local dairy pro
m tbr A|r'mi»i|> Dr durta jurgmg coniewt He m haidar tana* ad a student making a
rtihg Mdr adden in hit 0 f a Deep Dairy Scholarship, the record whil# In college H« i
’* # ® >,r ‘ _ Dxnforth Summer Fellowship, and that He wa* moat happy to •
Igmg !
the ( *.
selected a* tile winner of the Jeitse
H Jones Reward for Achieve
Prior to the election of officer*
the student* approved the consti-
Kaymom! tution and by-law. which had been
IkHiglaa prepared for the Agricultural Hon-
1 or Society
Karlyrr in the evening the group
had a banquet in the West W ing
of Sbiaa Hail E J Kyle, far
mer dean af the School of Agri
culture at AdM wa* the princi
pal speaker ,
llean Kyle stressed, the impor-
■tol ad
the Vit-A Way Incorporate*! Re
ward for Acvhievement
Tanamachi i» a junior agronomy
majof from San Benito He ha.
been a member of The Battalion
new* staff and the Agriculturist
staff for the peat year In hit
freshman year he ntaced second oa
the fish crop* judging team and
Crawford, commanding 12th Air to Sima they will anil for II.
Force, will present the Air Force , larg* crowd ia expected since UlM
Com mission a, Lt General 1 eroy will be the text colbgf ball
Lute*. ( omaianding officer 4th n*oad of the aemor*.
Army, will present the Army com- Thi. ia an all collage dance- and
— \ will last from k p. m until l | m
Final Review
Saturday morning, June -Y th*
Fmd Review of th# t'erto will he
hebl on the Mam Drill Field, at
k SO a m At the review, gradual
mg senior* will torn over their
organisations to the Junior* who
will command them next fall
I Final review will be th* official
end of the activitiqp for the spring
l semester of 19541
1959 ( ammenceraewt Program
1 The lk5tl ( oaMtofmament Pra*
gram ia 'entativaljr acheduleil k*
Friday. June 2, Itfdi
1(1:04) a m Baccalao" ate
(jgion Hall
Assembly Hall 4
1 dO p m - CofnmiMioring Cs-
ereix* '
Guion Hall
2 .10 4 341 p. m - Preaiibwit'a
Pre*i(lent‘f Home
A 00 p m —Commencemant
K teniae ,
Kyle flald Of imlement
weather, ta be held In
Guion Hall and A**«m-
bly Hall)
9 (Rl p m -Final Ball
Grove •
Saturday, June 3, Uf54i
9 :ui a m -FinW Review;
General Omar Bradley is to he
( ommencement Spaakei
other part* of the picture deal lietame a member of Phi Eta Sig-
W|th aimdar advance* tn agricul | ma Ihirmg the past year he was
luiv that stem bark to the day in the reporter for the agronomy
IHCci when ^’'•l*>wdent Abe Lincoln, j vWiety
Saturday—FmaU be
Graduating aea-
iara wbtt want their Aggie
lead mailed ta (hem seat Fall
ahaelit <Uoa by the Htedeat
Artivitiea Office, second flaur
(•aadwin Hall, befprr
leave school and Icbvi
ished a l^ml Grant ('"liege for
each state tn the Utuen.
Waie* o4 (.reen'' na* nation
ally premiered >1 Nashville.
Norik ( arolmlA Manday nigbl.
weeretan of Agrirulture (harlea
F Mrannan and otlw-r W ashing-
ton dignitaries * (Fended that
•hawing Several part* of the
picture were «hot near i\i» small
North ( arolma Iowa.
Last night s showing wa* the
fust state pre mirk* bf the picture
Agnc«Itural Htior R*^i#ty start
ed on the A AM rarapu*
He ha* been a member of the
National Agricultural Honor So
ciety, Alpha TVta, xince hi* in j
itiation at Cornell Vrttverxit) in
19< K)
('harlea N SKepardaon. <l«an id
the School of Agriculture, intro
duced hire Prior to the intrxxtue- ■ as ix* »x a
tjp^ Dean Shepardaon gave a llUllinS W HIS
brief outline af the actions taken
in getting the Agricultural Ifhn ’
or S*H-iety started in AAM
( IT Scholarship
i)f lloiiHton S\Hlem
Jackie W iH»d wax elected chan
cellor of the Houxton Club ayx-
The new secretary, Jim Tom
House, is an agricultural educatioa
major from Goldthwaite In the if’ J g’I II
past year he was on the staff of H (MM! \ llUIKClhir
the Agriculturist ami ha* been
named editor for next year
Kunxe, a junior agronomy major
from 1st Grange, is presently •
sergeant major in the ( orpa For
the past (wo years he has been tern in a meeting held last night General Fducatmn Board Scltol
a member of the King's Court in j in Goodwin Hall arxhip. granted from ABM
the Cotton Pageant Kunxe is one Russell "Dopey'' Hagan* was an Opportunity Award# a
of the few janior* who have won | elected Vice-Chancellor of th# »y*- S *hi
I ie Hill Mullina, giadnating
phy«ic» major fram Car rid
Springs, will enroll at the Cali^
ma Institute of T*elm<dogy m
adena, in Septembar-4o work oa
his Ph D
He" will attend CfT (Aider / a
It Will he shown d every Ulul alternate position on the Cot- teM*
n a diatinguiahed *1ud
t M<l City sector
in the monthly government check,
address and 25 rents to rover
amiling charges
Chance Sent Four to Paper, £
E I Awa
Seven Finish In This Issue
iftbib mention IfiT ,id*k-n'a earlier
work in the Mtd \A--at andbna sub
sHijuent work With w h*-at| mat in
the Smthweat at* both pictured
Tbit Department af A|r|-iiRure
igrwiiomisi who laat yeir wan
UN DA fhatinguisbed Service
rd has been workiaW with
(.rant collegv m the tuition v t»n Tour which ia sponsored by! Rhtirmg Chancellor C, P Monk*' an honor military student.
Th.- Stewart Comtiany, Dallax Vhe Agronmny Society gave a short talk before the elec-. lieutenant in ‘•A*’ Army Sec
representative* it f Dearborn iboigla* Wythe, junior animal j tion* about the good the rlub ha* ^ He ia winner of an achi*
Corporation, sponmwed the pre hushandry major from Grenbory. done arut the advance* made in award given
mtere and a banquet br Sbiaa Hall is noW president of the Saddle apd the past year
w hirh preceded it.
Rarl D. Hot tarn, me pAtoMent
and general aianager af that
company presealed President F
0. Bolton wHk lb# print* of
(See PKEMfHKK. Page 4)
Sirioin Club During the past year Other offices will he decided
he was a member of the junior the fall, Monks anmmnred
Fox Fur and Shark Skin . . .
riven to graduating
the School of Art*
Science* for “an oats (and mg
ord of scholarship and leader
Chance play* a big rule in deter
mining everyone, art ion a And
four of the aeven **niora, all v*4
era ns who nrltaquish editorial pwe
ition* on The Battalion with Una
»#•»•* Witt be the first to confirm
that fast
The twe c» editor- l>egai) their
•at i a lien career, a. a result wf
rxeoqdH'n* ta English The sport#
.dstot found himself assigned (b
the ataff after he h*«l madk raga-
lar trip* to the office ta read ex
change college paper*
The fourth, chairman of The
Battalieoa editorial b»anl. hihad
the «Mff when the editor* turned
to him for hia knowledge af Ad M's
•Indent government
Not one i»f the foar had ever
con sad* red jouralism ae a vocation
or abaratbrn before
Bill iUHngaley, noa-military ca-
edito* waa aa eiartnew! enginoer-
irqr mayor back in IN7. Being
heady with words, h# managed to
exempt an English row me C C.
Manrae ala* won an exemption
He am* an economic* major who
had never seen the maide of a
aewapaper offico
Both men beiauoe of their ex
emption* and a particularly praw-
tnf need for wntore on Tne Mat
talioft. were invited to Jnia the
ataff Munro#
a full time job at WT A
af Bbttaltoa work and
along the lino he switched hia
major to besiro-aa
Billingaloy found journalism
more to hia liking than RK and to
laat yea' mode the change in the
middle of tb* stream when the
new Journalism Iieparlmmit wa#
Chuck Caban ms waa another who
had never thought of sewspoper
woik But lie was interested in
reading other OkIleges' paper* Be
cauoe of that he made regular
trips ta The Batt office where cop
ra* af such paper* were always on
Owe day, after becomtng acquam
ted vttk pome Battalion writers,
t abaniaa waa aaked to make aa or
raslonSi isatnkpPtoa. la tiwo years
this grew to the position of Sport*
ley who goe* to work in June for
the Han Angelo .Standard Times
Munroe move, over U> Walton
Hail where he, will Hr up lt*o«e
end* on hia education ami oc
casionally contribute an e*i.tor“
tal Kiikham has a job lined uy
with Gulf Publishing Company and
Cadumia* i* Headed for law school
The only other writer on the I
staff who ia signing “.'40" with
thta isaur la Otto Kuna* senior j
agriculture edmdtion mator fiom
t'-hhlbir* He aDpeare.1 in th# of-j
fine three year* ag<>. sat down at J
a typewriter and quietly started
to work.
Thta year. ju»t aa quietly and ef-
flckMrtly, He w’ll pick up hm ba-
longings, fold his News Editor sign,
and stand ready to accept hi* ill-
ACC 15
Aggieland '50 Cover Hack,
Majority of Copy Finish
A sample cover haa been re-
[ ceived for appn>val from the pnnt-
1 1 er, over 75 f 4 of the engraving and
printing is in the hand* of the ea
; gravers ami printer*, ami the ea
tire Aggieland 1950 is as fa' alone
aa, or a little ahead of, its last
(Vmirany of Dallas i of th* page*, this ytoka annual
Within three week*, fabenia* will b* the same site as laat year's
*aid.\pi*- remaining 25’, of the Aggieland. and ia l>*t|ig printed
copy add engraving will go off and ; and engraved by tile same two Dai-
Lhe - it N- book will be m the laa companies that priMkiced th#
handa of tV compositors earlier yeai book.
Bulk of the copy and ph ture* yet A. most readers will remel
i u> be sent off hf* in the sports and laat year's Aggiakaad also
‘‘Aggieland' (the general abuts of tenkor ring on the covf|g, and
Editor which he hoida along
the poaiuan of co-edito. oa Th$ Photo engraver Hardy Boa* ta I
Aggieland ' one of tw* non-writer* bidding
f aarlie Kirkfiam a politician guodby pi The Battalion A three j
from tb* bewindnag «f hi* dava at year veteran of student publu-a*
AdM probably knew moiw about Dana, Rom ha* speiialiaed in prw-
atodent govemmenf that, anyone liflc produrtHm of engravings and I
on the campus It w** only natiaral. drawing bagger pay check* than
then, that the editors turned to 1 the editors He, to*, will take hia
him far Help ia taattora Uraal i ahaepakia in hand in June, turn
One responsibility and rvqtiaat hi* hark on stu' plate*, and with
to another and Kirk ham, a hia family on hia arm, head out
into Mm world
L. K. Carter, a one semester Bat
talion staffer, will chrae out hia
aerUon of tht circulation depart
ment ia hum aad watch hit name
can* tit tht masthead along with
counterpart according to it* campus life! sections, which had it* rvappvaranc* this year,
**2S/**” ,, *5 Ctkanlta. I ^ wait until the end of the school ce lent aeems to haw Lean mt
The cover of * maroon leather y *» r to be paated up. ( abaniaa aaid Gabama* expressed aatiafl
1M 1 . iorvT* 1 n ’ I**’ <’ontributKMi* ta th# Aggieland sec will all work opt the book »<t
' tion will to accepted for a few , but grimaced xrhen meididianc
more day*, he added that he must spend moak blitod
Remainder of the work to to, summer vacation time dbyng the
dona here anil be handled entirely poitahing-up work,
by the co-editors, ( ahamae a*id. Whan pressed far a
tine* the ataff was dismissed this'on th* appearance date
week ishad book, ( abaniaa wa* e
• First proofs from th# printers “Ifa achoduiad to be
ahoiAd arrive track here about June
the napie “AGGIELAND" m dta
| fonal, white parapective block lot-
I tars across the top, with a raised
Mtd replica af the *50 Banter Ring
JI just under it and to the right A
g j w k i t e bar runa through t h e
ring, honaontally acrxraa the cover,
with th* avarda TEXAS AdM
aunk in the strip in htack Below
th* har is the same maroon shade
but with a shark skin grain fto-
atid conveniently and happily into
the poet of edifcaneJ hoard t heft
aMa far tb* paper.
All tot «« #f th* faar
Mg9 their last "10" in prams
thta pear Tb# holdout ra Bdii
Hera ia a (deal
Ici term a aa the left ia
•f th* Ag
is the hark
4 g gietand ItSd'a
af Ik* caver,
The back of th# cover (narrow
dimension) haa the same "AGGIE-
LAND" printed vortkaMy, with
“Ibid" aunk ia th* ewattauatian
of th* whit# bar, ia th* same
black type a* the “TEXAS AAM".
a atar, and the wards "VOL 41
Work oa the cover ia Wing dene
by tb* American Baauty Corar
Ik, Cabanis* continued, and from
that time until July II will be
.pent Mummying up" the proof*
into their placva on the pagos.
A new title, “Past ta Ravtaxr”,
will be given to the Aggieland ear*
t»ou. and It will contain fT'Mfaa
this year as compared with 19 bat
year. The club aad clasa sac tion*
ariU al*o be larger this year than
laat, Os ban tea aaid
Other than the re-diatrlbution
registration tima," h* aaid,
inf th# reportm aye a, “but/,
never know how th* printer'* ami
engraver*’ schedules will rad.f*
"Thar#’* really na bag rush ah.'my
w, J rw »Y" MrtkihK*
“lV be aver at the < airaxraito «f‘
Taira* la taw achwal aa# xnaft be
abie to road H in public."
And h* wrat back mto bit of
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