The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 02, 1951, Image 6

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    Page 6
Friday, March 2, 1951
Senior Flay Ends Happily
Higher Brass
(Continued from Page 3)
Ozias Grubbs, an elderly farmer,
has conspired with the hired
girl to convince the neighbor
hood and his “half-daft” wife
the ghosts of their two children
have returned from the dead.
Both died because of the tyran-
ical Belle Winthrop and have re
turned to seek their revenge.
The lights go out, Belle Win-
throp’s body is discovered, and
a murderer is on the prowl. Who
can it be, the group asks each
other ?
“I warned her not to come here
of all nights, the swamp thing got
her,” declares the elderly Mrs.
But it wasn’t the “swamp thing”
at all, but rather “Les,” Belle
Winthrop’s lawyer, who has stolen
some bonds from her and is on the
verge of being discovered.
Now he must kill all the wit
nesses and fly to South America.
He is about to launch a “Cook es
capade” by killing them all and
hiding them in the quick sands of
the swamp, when Beaumont Win
throp disarms him.
The curtain closes on a happy
group, except for “Les.” The hate
ful Belle Winthrop is no more, the
Grubbs won’t have to leave, all
the staff has a share in her large
estate, and Beaumont Winthrop
WhaVs Cookin’
Saturday, 7:30 p. m. Room 2A
MSC. Bible study.
SENIOR CLASS, Monday, 7:15
p. m. Assembly Hall.
CLUB, Monday, 8 p. m. South Sol
arium of YMCA. Canasta games.
Call For and Delivery
Phone 4-4114
Phone 2-1400
and Violet Ashe who are in love,
can now marry.
Even the frightened Lovetta
Wattles, who first saw a ghost
while removing some bags from
the car, and ran down the path
screaming, says with relief, “Geep-
ers, creepers, I though we were
gone goslets.”
Bobby Williams was stage man
ager for the production. Ushers
were Arlene Kietzmann, Elrose
Stahl and Lou Ann Wyatt. Bar
bara Belcher collected tickets.
Mrs. A. R. Orr, teacher at Con
solidated, directed “Prom Date.”
Principal L. E. Boze was the direct
or of “Ghost Farm.”
‘Mascot 9 Study Set
(Continued from Page 1)
Vandenburg and Don Young.
The group, in co-operation with
A&M’s three TISA officers, will
decide this school’s vote on issues
brought up at the convention.
Representing the Senate to the
Bryan Chamber of Commerce will
be Doyle Griffin, Bill Cornish,
Golfers —
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and 66 to beat par five strokes and
move into the number one position.
Guerrero, senior P. E. major
from Mission, will also be heavily
depended upon to match skill with
the UH linksters.
Also qualifying in the elimina
tions were Johnnie Barrett, Hollis
Baker, and J. C. Fletcher.
Barrett, one of the outstand
ing freshmen golfers last year
and winner of the National Caddy
Tournament in 1947, presented the
third best record with 301.
Baker was fourth with 303, fol
lowed by Fletcher who will be the
fifth man on the cadet squad.
This year’s team will go forth
without the services of Miller Bar
ber, who has been ruled ineligible
for athletic activities.
Barber Victim
Barber, sophomore business stu
dent from Texarkana, Texas, has
been a victim of circumstances
ever since he broke into the golf
lineup last year in the first eli
mination trials.
As a freshman he was hampered
by difficulties which kept him from
competition for the majority of the
year, and now eligibility has ap
peared on the scene and again he
is barred from competition.
Reports rumor that the UH team
is of makeshift origin, probably
organized on the spur of the mom
ent. This should prove an ad
vantage to the Aggies who are in
top shape.
Last year the Aggies split a
two game series with the Houston
ians, downing them at College Sta
tion, but bowing out later at Hous
Wilman “Pusher” Barnes, Bill
Moss and Tom Jewell.
Selection of the group came on
a discussion of alleged unfair
charges made by the La Salle ho
tel in dealing with several A & M
Freshman when their class dance
was postponed. The students had
paid for the rooms in advance,
Griffin said, and were allowed only
a half refund.
Reports on negotiations with the
University of Texas student body
for repayment of clothing losses
suffered by A&M students at the
football game in Austin were made
by Dan Davis.
He explained that committees
from the two schools had agreed to
pay damages for losses suffered
by each school. A&M has charged
the loss of considerable govern
ment clothing and the University
asked payment for damages done
by unidentified persons who paint
ed A&M signs on the campus.
A suggestion that the Senate
initiate action for selection of a
mascot came from Senator “Mon
ty” Montgomery. He was named
to chair a “further study” com
mittee composed of Duane Van-
denberg, Autrey Fredericks, Tom
Jewell, Karl Meyers, George Ger-
mond, and Lloyd Manjeot.
Furthering plans for the Spring
Campus Chest drive the Senate ad
ded Bob Dunn and Bill Dalston to
the Campus Chest committee to
assist in implementing the drive.
Physicist to Speak
At AIChE Meet
Dr. R. N. Lyons of Monsanto’s
Oak Ridge Atomic Energy plant
will speak before the student chap
ter of AIChE Monday at 7:15
in the Petroleum Lecture Room.
His subject title is “Engineering
Problems Encountered in Atomic
Dr. Lyon is a graduate of the
University of Michigan and is in
charge of Monsanto’s Chemical En
gineering group at Oak Ridge. He
has recently published an article
entitled “Liquid Metal Heat Ti-ans-
fer Coefficients.”
The meeting is open to the pub
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day before publication.
The orders finally came in and it is cigar time
again say nine members of the Air Force Detach
ment at A&M. Four men were boosted from
major to Lt. colonel, four from captain to major
and one lieutenant to a captain. Left to right are
Maj. John F. Burris, Lt. Col. Charles) R. Stapp,
Lt Col. A. B. Currie, Lt. Col. Bennett P. Browder,
Lt. Col. Dale C. L. Honeycutt, Maj. John C. Otts,
Maj. Leonard C. Galloway, Maj. Maxey B. Seale.
Seated is Capt. Jacob D. Meuhleisen. (Photo by
Rangerettes Drill at Half
(Continued from Page 1)
Kyle Field cinder track at 2:30.
The showing of the Aggie track
team this afternoon should afford
the public an appreciable insight
as to how the Cadets will shape up
in the 1951 season.
At 3 p.m. will be the final meet
ing of A&M’s baseball team with a
Brooke Medics nine of San Anto
Rounding out the full week-end
of athletic events on the Aggie
campus will be the annual battle
between the Maroons and Whites
teams, composed from the ranks
of football spring training candi
Harry Stiteler, head football
coach, has divided his squad of 70
men into two teams and with kick
off time slated for 7:30, fans of
this area and visiting students
should be in for a real treat in the
annual headknocking exercises.
The Intra-squad game will af
ford fans an opportunity to see
how the new quarterback, Roy Dol
lar of Del Mar Junior College, com
pares with lettermen Dick Garde-
mal and Delmar Sikes and squad-
man Ray Graves.
The coaches have been stressing
the work on the freshmen, too, in
an effort to get them ready to fit
into the two teams’ lineups for the
first real scrimmage.
Rangerettes Here
At the halftime, in the grid con
test, fans will see the well known
Kilgore Rangerettes from Kilgore
JC. A galaxy of precision drilled
young ladies, the Rangerettes boast
of some of Texas’ most beautiful
women within their ranks.
The annual Sports Day is spon
sored by the T Association through
the cooperation of the A&M Ath
letic Department and other col
lege organizations.
Fans can see both the football
and the baseball games for $1.00
and all other events are free. Du
cats may be purchased in the Ath
letic office, the rotunda of the
Academic Bldg., or from any mem
ber of the T Association.
Swim Meet
Set at SMU
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compete in the SWC swimming
meet in Austin. The Ag-gies will
come up against TU, Baylor and
the National Collegiate Athletic
Association will sponsor a meet in
SMU for conference honors.
Also in Austin, March 29-30,
competition will be held in
the TU pool. Seven or eight of
the more outstanding Aggie swim
mers will go to Austin.
Four A&M meets so far this
year have resulted in a 2-2 rec
ord for the Aggies. They beat
Baylor, 55-20, and Northwestern
Louisiana State, 42-33; lost to
SMU, 30-54, and to Oklahoma, 30-
The Sooners cleaned up in Col
lege Station this year when they
broke pool records in the 50 yard
freestyle, 200 yard backstroke, and
200 yard breaststroke events.
The Aggies came in second in
the SWC relays in Houston earlier
this year.
(1) 1936 Ford V-8 Pckup Truck; fl)
1939 G.M.C. Trailer Truck; (1) 1947
Chevrolet Two-door Sedan; and (1) 1950
Chevrolet Fordor Sedan. Sealed bids will
be received In the Office of the Comptroller
until 10 a.m., Wednesday, March 7, 1951.
The right is reserved to reject any and all
bids and to waive any and all technicali
ties. Address: Comptroller, Texas A. and
M. College System, College Station, Texas
for further Information.
reed McDonald
Assistant Comptroller
STEINBACH-DREYER upright piano, ex
cellent condition. Call 4-5932 after 0
p.m. or write Box 651, College Station.
TWO BEDROOM home on extra large lot
at a price you can afford. See at 135
Cooner Street, or call 4-8772 after 5:35
FURNISHED room with adult couple,
short distance from Campus. Gentle
man preferred. Call 3-3593.
The Memorial Student Center Is Interes
ted in contacting student wives who plan
to be In this community for the next two
years and have had training or experience
in dietetic work or commercial catering.
Part time work available. Qualified ap
plicants please contact Mrs. Nowlin at
Memorial Student Center management of
fice. Phone 4-5124.
WANTED: Boys for summer work. Con
tact Dorm 12, Room 111.
USED CLOTHES ami shoes, men’s —
women’s — and children’s. Curtains,
spreads, dishes, cheap furniture. 502
N. Main, Bryan, Texas.
TOGRAPHS. One day service. See
Howard, Room 50, Milner Hall. Phone
Dr. Carlton R. Lee
203 S. Main Street
Call 2-1662 for Appointment
Official Nolic
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All currently enrolled pre-vet
Icine students who expect tc
applicants fur admission Ink
of Veterinary Medicine In Sept
should file their application
istrar’s Office not later th:
Forms to be used in maklnp
for admission to the School n
Medicine are available at the
/.esk In the Registrar's Office
are now being taken for Cruduatlon An
nouncements at the office of Student
Activities Second Floor. Goodwin Hall.
The deadline is 5 o'clock, March 13.
Following Is a list of Lost and Found
articles turned over to the Student Loan
Office to sell for benefit of the loan funds.
These articles have been on hand for
twelve months or longer, but If anyone cun
properly Identify them us their property
they will be returned Immediately. Other
wise, these articles will go on sale to the
highest bidder at 3:00 R.M.. Friday, March
2, in the Student Labor Office, 108 Good
win Hall.
Gray sport Jacket
Flight type Jacket, leather
Army type fatigue Jacket
Tan sport coat
Tan corduroy sport Jacket
Brown suit coat, gabardine
Rain coat, light color
Rain Jacket, water repellent ,
Field Jacket, wool lining
Leather Jacket
Golf club
Child's rain coat
Gabardine Jacket
Leather Jacket
T-squares, Idetzgen (2)
Adjustable table lamp
K & E slide rule
2 Instrument cases
Remington Rand portable typewriter
Set of Instruments for Ink drawing
Adjustable table lamp
Dir. Student Loans
Several vacancies exli
student assistants In PI
Laboratories. Men whe
sophomore physics are
puiods thoughout the
tion is $.60 per hour f
The opoprtunlty for exp
earnings should be cons
kindly come to the off
J. O. POT!
Head, Phy
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To the Campus of Texas A&M. We Hope You Have A Happy Visit.
Before You Leave, Conic by The Exchange Store, ft’s A Must!
In the Exchange Store you will find various items that will more than
please you. Jewelry by College Seal with the Texas A&M insignia will be
just the thing for that girl back home. Something that she will cherish
for years to come.
Stuffed animals in maroon and white with Aggie initials on their
sides—just the thing for Mother.
The ‘.‘T” shirts and sport caps are ideal for you to wear back home.
The pennants of Aggieland are just what your walls need to perk them up.
Belt buckles in maroon and white with the Aggie emblem make a swell
gift for your father or brother. Any of these are something that you will
be proud to wear or show.
Event A&M’s Opponent