The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 07, 1951, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION Wednesday, February 7,1951 Pa ( i Howard, Eisenberg Speak At Religious Week Forums an. ce W| tin trj dp w« th y t ; slj th B: sc PI B tl o: Dr. W. F. Howard, secretary of Student Work of the Baptist Gen eral Convention of Texas, will con duct forums and discussion groups in dorm 6 during Religious Em phasis Week, Feb. 12-16. Living in dorm G, Dr. Howard will be available to students in both 6 and 8, and will take his meals with them. Thirteen men are being brought to A&M this year by the YMCA and the college to lead in R. E. Week activities, and live and counsel with the students. Baylor Grad Besides having traveled exten sively in Europe, Dr. Howard has several college degrees to his cre dit. A native Texan, he received his A. B. Degree at Baylor Uni versity in 1930 in Science and English; his M. A. Degree in 1937, and his Ph. D. in 1939 at Texas University. In 1950, he received an L. L. D. degree from East Texas Baptist College. Dr. Howard taught public school in Ennis and Waco for eleven years being head of the English department and superintendent of schools. He has also taught at Bay lor University and the Southwest ern Baptist Theological Seminary. He was educational director of Seventh and James Baptist Church in Waco before accepting his pre sent position. Likes Texas He was offered the position as .Secretary of Department of Stu dent with the Southern Baptist Convention Sunday School Board in Nashville, Tenn., but chose to stay in Texas. Rev. Larry Eisenberg From 4 to 5:30 each afternoon of R. E. Week, Dr. Howard will conduct forums in the dorm 6 lounge on the following subjects: Monday—“Do Scientific Facts and the Bible Agree”? Tuesday— “What Should A Student Get Out of Four Years of College,” Wed nesday—“What Makes a Person a Success” ? Thursday—“Men and Women Relationships.” His nightly discussions at 9 p. m. in the lounge will be on sub jects chosen by the individual groups. The discussions will he operated on a come and go basis so that students without much time may come and leave as they please. [1SK BATTAI.TOIV CLASSIFIED ADS TO KirV, SELL, KENT OK TRADE. Kates .... 3c a word per insertion with » xae minimum. Space rate in classified section .... 60c per column-inch. Send all classified to STUDENT ACTIVITIES office. All ads must he received In Stu dent Activities office by 10 a.m. on the day before publication. • FOB 8AJLB • FOR SALE—New $129.95 apartment-size, all-porcelain gas range, $100.00. Never used. Phone^ S-lOta. See LACK’S complete line of seat covers at Bryan’s Best Prices. Full sets from $9.95. Coupes from $4.95. BOOM & BOARD TWO ROOMS for rent, with board if de sired. Also home-cooked meals served family style. Hot rolls served twice a day. Telephone 4-4394. Block North of Campus Theater. WANTED • SOPHOMORE who is Interested in adver tising and selling, to sell advertising for Student Publications next year. Some one will be hired this semester, so come by immediatelyto see Joe Arnett in The Battalion office. MISCELLANEOUS ASSORTED Furniture. See Paschall at B-8-W College View after 5 p.m. 10’ BY 16’ ROOM with heater and fan. See W. H. Shell, Area 2, Trailer F-4. Home baked cakes made to order. Call 4-.SS79. Party cookies a specialty. FOB BENT 3 LARGE 3-room apartments, clean. Meadowland Street. $45.00 month. Official Notice INSTALLMENT FAYING, SECOND SEMESTER 1950-51 Fees payable to the College Fiscal Depart ment may be paid In installments as fol lows: Second Semester 3. First Installment payable on entrance January 29-30 To February 20 Matriculation Fee (required $ 25.00 Medical Service Fee (required).. 5.00 Student Activities Fee (required) 10.00 Board 31.70 Room Rent 8.00 Laundry 2.55 Room Key Deposit, returnable Total payable to Fiscal Department $ 82.25 2. Second installment February 1-20 payable To March 20 Board 5 36.95 Rohm Rent 9.35 Laundry 3.00 Total payable to — Fiscal Department $ 49.30 3. Third installment payable March 1-20 (Spring recess excluded) To April 20 Board $35.65 Room Rent 10.30 Laundry 3.30 Total payable to Fiscal Department $ 49.25 4. Fourth Installment payable April 1-20 To June 2 Board $56.75 Room Rent 14.35 Laundry . 4.65 Total payable to -— Fiscal Department $ 75.75 TOTAL SPRING SEMESTER. .$256.55 OFFICIAL NOTICE In order to permit, students and faculty to attend the services in Guion Hall dur ing the annual Religious Emphasis Week, classes will be suspended according to the following schedule: Monday and Tuesday, February 12th and 13Ui—10 to 11 A.M. Wednesday and Thursday, February 14th and 15th—11 to 12 A.M. Friday, February 16th—9 to 10 A. M. C. Clement French Dean of the College JUST ARRIVED! A good supply of elec trical windshield wipers and mud chains at LACK’S, 217 South Main. • OPPORTUNITIES • INSTALL a factory rebuilt guaranteed en gine at LACK’S lowest prices—Fords .$124.95 exchange; Chevrolet $104.95; Plymouth and Dodge $127.50. Time payments at LACK’S, 217 South Main. Phone 2-1669. • UNOFFICIAL NOTICE • During the next 4 months any senior student in good standing with the College authorities will be allowed to register for my exclusive course, “How to Save a Little Money and Keep. It Saved.” The only pre requisite for the course is good health and high morals. (Five foot three is high enough!) Fees are about 5c per day for students and 40c pel - day for graduate alumni. For references on the course, talk with the men who are already enrolled: They know what privation means! Stu dents whose names begin with X or Z will register on Mondays, those beginning with <1 will register on Tuesdays, etc. Please observe my office hours: 10 to 1 daily, except Sundays. . . . Eugene Rush—Office above the Aggieland Pharmacy. Sincerely yours, EUGENE RUSH A Recreation Specialist will he one of thirteen men to conduct forums and discussion groups dur ing A&M’s Religious Emphasis Week, Feb. 12-16. He is Rev. Larry Eisenberg of the Methodist Student Board of Education in Nashville, Tenn. Ei senberg has been a specialist in Recreation for the Youth Depart ment of the General Board of Ed ucation of the Methodist Church since March, 1945. He is also a member of the Illinois Conference of the Methodist Church. Eisenberg will live in Dorm 15 and will conduct afternoon forums from 4 to 5:30 and nightly discus sions at 9 p. m. in the lounge of Dorm 15. He will he available to the students of both dorms 15 and 16. Native Tennessean A native Tennessean, he did his college work at Tennessee Wesley an College and the University of Chattanooga. He graduated from Garrett Biblical Institute in Evans ton, Ill., and has attended both. Boston University School of The ology and Yale University Divin ity School. His special job is in the field of leadership training in the field of recreation in the Methodist Church. He and his wife have made three collections of recreational material: a booklet of folk games called “And Promenade All,” a collection of dramatic stunts called “The End of Your Stunt Hunt,” and a manual on general recreation called “The Pleasure Chest.” Recent leadership responsibilities have included the fellowship sing ing and recreation leadership at the Methodist Youth Conference in Cleveland, Ohio, the Christian Youth Conference of North Amer ica at Grand Rapids, Mich,, and the United Student Christian Con ference at Lawrence, Kansas. Topics Namett The afternoon forums to be con ducted by Eisenberg will be on specific topics according to the fol lowing schedule: Monday— “Do Scientific Facts and the Bible Agree?” Tuesday—“What Should a Student Get Out of Four Years of College?” Wednesday—“What Makes a Person a Success?” Thurs day—“Men and Women Relation ships.” The nightly discussion groups will be conducted on subjects of the , individual groups choosing and will foe operated on a come-and-go basis so that students without much time may come and leave when they please. TCU Wins (Continued from Page 3) a full three minutes as the game went to a complete standstill. Partisan fans almost went ber serk as the Aggies made no move to retrieve the hall, but with only thi - ee minutes to go A&M made its move—too late. Taylor and Swaim each made one of their two free throws and took the ball out on the second one. With 35 seconds re maining McDowell was fouled and narrowed the count to 27-29. Game Try With 35 seconds remaining Mc Dowell followed Taylor’s second good liberty with one of his own to make it 27-30, but that was the last shot of the game for either side as the Frogs carried the ball the rest of the way. Davis was high point man for both teams with 11 markers while Reynolds led TCU scoring with seven. —Beat Baylor— Dr. Carlton R. Lee OPTOMETRIST 203 S. Main Street Call 2-1662 for Appointment RADIOS & REPAIRING Call For and Delivery •STUDENT CO-OP Phone 4-4li4 ; DeMolay Organized Here; Hale Named More than 30 DeMolays from ten Houston area Order of DeMolay Chapters initiated and installed 27 College Station and Bryan boys be tween the ages of 14 and 21 into the newly organized Brazos Chap ter, Order of DeMolay. The initiation services were held last night in the Consolidated High School Gymnasium. Parents and friends of the hoys were allowed to see the installation of officers which followed the ini tiation. Billy Bob Hale, junior A&M stu dent from College Station, was in stalled as master councilor for the new group. J. R. Birdwell was named senior councilor, while Oran Helvey took the office of junior councilor. Other officers installed in the new chapter were as follow: Dickie Weick, treasurer; Frank Vaden, scribe; Julian N. Barron, senior deacon; Charles Dishman, junior deacon; Dayton Moses, sen ior steward; and J. B. Worton, junior steward. Other officers installed were Eu gene Edge, marshall; Tommie Dyol, chaplain; James Sid Perry, orator; Wally Penberthy, sentinel; Tom Barlow, almoner, and Jerry Reeves, standard bearer. Preceptors installed at the cere- Senior Ring Favors May Be Curtailed Possible war shortages are throwing kinks in former plans for purchase by seniors of Senior Ring Dance favors. C. G. Spike White, assistant dean of men for activi ties,-announced changes in favor sales this morning. Seniors who intend to buy the favors, small pin replicas of the Senior Ring center-part, have been asked to check by Student Activi ties office, second floor of Goodwin Hall. Members of classes other than ’51, must place their orders for ring favors within the next few days because of possible production curtailments. The favors cost $2,50 unadorned or $3 with attach ed shield. UN Gains ~ (Continued from Page 1) straight up the center of the Ko rean peninsula. The South Koreans smashed a massing force of Red Koreans and were still moving 25 miles south of Parallel 38—farther north than Red-held Seoul to the west. On the east coast a smaller al lied force worked in the vicinity of Kangnung where the American Battleship Missouri and an allied naval task force Tuesday battered the area with big guns. Kungnung is just 17 miles south of Parallel 38, the old boundary between North and South Korea. The British cruiser Belfast and the American heavy cruiser St. Paul and the destroyer Hank pour ed shells at Reds in the Inchon- Seoul sector. Late field reports put the near est allied approach to Seoul at less than six miles. umefiimt mddHttan. Used Car Bargain 1950 FORD Custom Deluxe 4 door Sedan—Radio, heater, overdrive, white side wall tires. Very low mileage. 1950 NASH 4 Door Sedan—Radio, heater, overdrive, WSW tires. Low mileage. 1950 CHEVROLET Conv. Radio, heater, WSW' tires, Canary yel low, plastic covers. 1950 FORI) Custom 2 Door Sedan. Radio, heater, WSW tires, over drive, plastic seat covers. . . . VERY CLEAN. CADE Motor Company “Your Friendly Ford Dealer” 415 N. Main Highway 6, S Phone 2-1333 Phone 2-1507 BRYAN, TEXAS monies were Donald Burchard, first preceptor; Jimmy Boswell, second preceptor; Cordon C. Grom, third preceptor; Freddie Moehlman, fourth preceptor; John Moehlman, fifth preceptor; Robert Cleland, sixth preceptor; and W. R. Aveas, seventh preceptor. DeMolay chapters represented in the initiating services were the fol lowing from Houston: Sam B. Can- tey, Park Place, Reagan, St. John, Gus Brandt, and South Houston. Members f r o m Orange, Pasa dena, League City, and Beaumont were also here to take part in the degree work. What’s Cookin’ ABILENE CLUB — Thursday, 7:15 p. m. YMCA Cabinet arrang’e- ments for pictures. AUSTIN CLUB—Thursday, 7:30 p. m. roomT23 Academic. CALDWELL CLUB—Wednesday 7:15 p. m. Academic Building. CORPUS CHRISTI CLUB— Thursday 7:30 p. m. room 3B-3C MSC. Picture and party plans dis cussed. ECONOMICS CLUB—Thursday 7:30 p. m. room 303 Academic. To reorganize and discuss study meth ods of economic theories. FORT WORTH CLUB—Thurs day 7:30 p. m. Lecture room of new Science Building. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS— Thursday 7:30 p. m. Basement of St. Mary’s chapel. LAREDO CLUB — Wednesday 7:15 p. m. room 125 Academic. Pic tures made Thursday, at 5 p. m. at YMCA. LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSO CIATION—Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Lutheran Student Center. ORANGE COUNTY CLUB— Thursday 7:30 p. m. room 303 Goodwin. Discuss plans for spring party. PANHANDLE CLUB — Thurs day 7:15 p. m. room 103 Academic. Discuss Denton party. WICHITA FALLS CLUB— Thursday 7:30 p. m. room 3C MSC. Dogs Life Makes Major Jealous While in Korea By WILLIAM C. BARNARD Korea —(A 5 )— “While I freeze out here,” said the major, “this fat dog enjoys all the comforts.” Maj. Marvin C. Venable of Tem ple, exhibited a snapshot of a black and white zeppelin-shaped mongrel to fellow officers seated around a potbellied stove. “My wife sends another letter telling 'me how contented Shorty is and even encloses a picture to prove it,” grumbled Venable, of the Second Division’s medical bat talion. “Pappy Venable is about to de liver another lecture on Shorty,” said Capt. Walter E. Puddy of Los Angeles. “We listen to this every day,” heckled Capt. John W. Scarson, Tamoca, Wash. “He’s jealous .of that poor dog.” “Poor dog indeed!” Venable snorted. He waved the letter from his wife, Mrs. Mozelle Venable of Temple. “Shorty sleeps in my easy chair! Back in Texas it’s night time and I’ll bet that) dog is asleep in that chair right now. Don’t have any easy chair—I’m lucky to have this bench to sit on.” Lt. Col. Wilbur Dice of Palya Del Rey, Cal., chuckled “You sure Model RR Club To Originate Here All persons interested in organ izing a model railroad club have been asked by Major C. L. Thomas of the Military Science Department to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday night in the basement below the Guion Hall stage. Plans for such a club will be made at that time. Talent Bureau Sets Auditions at 5 Today Talent bureau auditions will be resumed this afternoon at 5 in the Social Room of the Memorial Stu dent Center, Betty Bolander, as sistant MSC social director, said this morning. Mg looking for tomeihing new, tometfu'ng imart, icmoihing to be treasured? Mere ms mtR's mim moe COFFEE MAKER Neweit ityle, iteinleu steel vacuum type coffee maker. 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PARKER-ASTIN Hardware Company Bryan are lucky to have it—in, this coun try.” “Maybe Shorty is tired of my chair,” Venable went on. “Maybe by now he’s sleeping in my bed.” “Pappy would like to bring' Shorty over here and make him sleep in a front line foxhole,” said Buddy. He’s petted and pampered all day long,” Venable said. “When I went back home for a visit (lur ing the Christmas holidays in 1949 all he did was bark at me.” “When Major Venable gets up these below zero mornings and starts reaching for his boots he really goes to town about Shorty,” said Maj. Herbert R. Elmore of San Antonio. Elmore, who has been in the battalion 22 years, and is now its executive officer added: “He thinks of Shorty then as toasting his toes in front of a nice warm Texas fire.” “Oh I think Major Venable’s bitterness reaches the highest point when he eats canned hash over here and thinks of Shorty back home eating steaks,” Cap tain Scarson laughed. “That’s probably what he eats,” said Venable. “Look at him. I nev er saw such a fat dog. I wrote Mozelle complaining about him and she sent a card back signed ‘Mo zelle and Shorty’.” “I have a dog, too,” Colonel Dice said. “He so smart he can pick his own presents off the Christmas tree. Wife named him Whoopee.” “How did she happen to name him that?” “For some reason,” the colonel replied “she had always wanted to be able to go out on the front porch and holler ‘whoopee!’ She can do it now.” Enduring <a fhe love ihey proclaim, Keepjake Mofched Wedding Sets or© eternally gifted with heirloom qualiry ond classic grace. 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