The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, December 07, 1950, Image 3

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TSCW Prof To Address Kiwanis Party R. E. Jackson, a member of the History Department at Texas State College for Wo men, will be the principal speaker at the annual banquet of the College Station Kiwanis Club Dec. 11 in the Ball Room of the Memorial Student Center. The incoming officers for 1951 will be officially installed by Ed ward Sehreiber of Galveston who is the Lieutenant Governor of the 3rd Division Kiwanis Club. The new president for 1951 will be A. C. Magee. Other officers to be installed are Otis T Miller, first vice-president, and H. G. Johnston, second vice-president. ’ Retiring officers include Joe Motheral, president; A. C. Magee, first vice-president; Otis T. Mil ler, second vice-president; Sam Cleland, Secretary; Walter Man ning, treasurer. Committee in charge of arrange ments is Dick Hervey, chairman, J. B. Coon, W. L. Maples, and W. H. Dawson. The House Receptions Committee includes George Sum- mey, chairman, P. L. Thomas, L. N. Plannigan, Jr. R. Couch, C B. Campbell, Joe Sorrels, and W. E. Briles. Tickets for the banquet are on sale at the MSC and at the South Side Grocery. The Human Race Debate --- (Continued from Page 2) » rea, after half a year of fighting, most of the time against odds, is a heartbreaking one,” it said. In other opinions from T e x a s, the Dallas Times Herald com mented: “So far the atomic bomb has been worse than useless as a wea pon. Possessing it has given our public a false sense of security . . . the billions we have spent on it have not saved a single life of an American fighting man in Korea.” The Times Herald said “It would *seem by this time that types of the bomb for use against land forces would have been devised.” Extension Club Plans MSC Christmas Party A Christmas Party has been planned for the Extension Service Club Thursday at 3 p. m. in the Memorial Student Center, accord ing to Mrs. Richard E. Burleson, president: .. V Gifts “He” ill Want . Manhattan Shirts Manhattan Pajamas Ehro Sport Shirts Hickok Belts ‘ Swank Jewelry Beau Brummell Ties Rabhor Robes House Slippers Catalina Sweaters Monarch Jackets Michael-Stern Suits and Top Coats Society Brand Suits Dobbs Hats CONWAY & CO. 103 N, Main Bryan Quincy SraiaHTiACE, a pillar of business INTEGRITY, BROOKS NO EXCUSES'-THE SLAVES EITHER TOEJHE LINE OR ELSE^^T^N^ Wo// ionite We Must--- (Continued from Page' 2) China, since that would leave them an easier pushover for Russia, which has a vast land army in Europe. Whether or not we have to jump into the sea and abandon Korea, this country is going into a great arms program. If the Russians are polite enough to wait, that program may take two years or more before our western allies feel they can stand off a Russian attack. But. will Russia sit back and wait until the w est has time to create a great army, which doesn’t exist now? Maybe no. This is deep winter, not the best time for any army to b^gin Was in Europe. But Spring is coming. Maybe then the Russians will decide to move. And there is irony in all this: For years inside and outside congress there have been unend ing protests against government controls. But strict controls will be necessary if this country is going on a real war-footing. So, to survive, this country which dislikes government con trols so much will have to submit to them. That seems certain now, with living costs going up, for if they go up unchecked the country will be wrecked anyway. But if this country has to be come a military state, with wide controls, and stays that way for years, there is the simple question ahead: will the economy ever get back what it has been? THE BATTALION THUR., DEC. 7, 1950 Page 3 Carroll to Address Accounting Society Gay Carroll, comptroller for the Humble Oil an Refining Company in Houston, addressed the Account ing Society last night in the Mem orial Student Center. He is a charter memoer of the local control of Controllers Insti- ' tute and of the National Associa tion of Cost Accountants. He is the first industrial accountant in the southwest to be elected to honor ary membership in the Beta Alpha Psi, national accounting fraternity. What’s Cooking AGRICULTURI ST STAFF MEETING, Thursday, 7:15, 207 Goodwin. B R U S H COUNTRY CLUB, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Room 304 Academic Building. Discuss party plans. Picture payments due. BASTROP - LEE CO U NT Y CLUB, Thursday, room 3A, MSC. BELL COUNTY CLUB. Thurs day, 7:30 p. m., room 123 Aca demic Building to discuss Christ mas dance plans. BI-STONE CLUB, Thursday, 7:30 p. m., room 223, Academic Building to discuss Christinas party plans. COOKE COUNTY CLU B, Thursday, 7:30,104 Academic Bldg., Discuss Xmas. EAST TEXAS CLUB, Thursday, 7:30, YMCA Reading Room to dis cuss Christmas party. FORT WORTH CLUB: Thurs day, Dec. 7, Room 107 Science Hall after yell practice. Plans will die discussed for Christmas party. HEART OF TEXAS CLUB, Thursday 7:30 p. m., room, 227, Academic Building, roleum Engineering lecture room. HOUSTON CLUB, Thursday, 7:15, 301 Goodwin, Xmas Party Plans. LUFKIN CLUB, Thursday, 7:30, MSC, plans for Christmas party will be discussed. PANHANDLE CLUB, Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Discuss Christmas Dance. PASADENA CLUB, Thursday, 7:30, Room. 2C MSC. STUDENT SENATE, Thursday, Dec. 7, 7:30 p. m. Senate Chamber of Memorial Student Center. Reg ular monthly meeting. Miss Lesley Ryall A vocalist, Miss Ryall will be among the North Texas group who will present the Collegiate Review in Guion Hall Monday night. The Review features an array of music, vocals, and com edy acts by NTSC students. Only Driver Can Assure Auto Safety The modern automobile is easy to operate mechanically, but not so easy to operate safely. • To say that an automobile is operated in a safe manner, in cludes the actions of the driver, and statistics show that the driver of the car is the chief cause of ac cidents, and not a mechanical fail ure on the part of the automobile. The automobile does what we wish it to do, and facts show that in 9 out of every 10 accidents were the fault of the driver and not a mechanical failure of the ear. Do not overrate the ability of your car. It’s true enough tliat they are near perfect, but they still will not drive themselves. It is your responsibility to operate the car safely. Drive carefully and cautiously and within the liniits of your abil- j ity. TRANS PECOS CLUB, Thurs day 7:30 p. m., room. 2D, MSC. To discuss Christmas party plans. TRI-COUNTY CLUB, Thursday, 7:30, Room 307 Goodwin, impor tant. VETERAN’S WIVES BRIDGE CLUB, Thursday night on third floor, MSC. 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