The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 14, 1952, Image 3

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Friday, November 14, 1952 THE BATTALION Page 3 'Seniors Discuss Hazing (Continued from Page 1) offered by the grievance commit tee, which is vested with the faith of all classes. Amendments to Motion “Amendment 1: Delete the words—‘appointed by the president of the senior class’ and substitute the words, ‘chosen at a senior class meeting.’ “Amendment 2: Delete the words — ‘especially hazing’ — and substitute the words, ‘especially the problem of the use of the board by cadets.’ The seniors argued whether they 0 should hold the board over the head of college authorities as a bargain- imipi Bru3n2-W9 TODAY & SATURDAY m W&i v wiimwuNG ,, m CHANDUR,, 4 ^co-starring AUBX NICOL • FRANCES DEE withiaiMBscaiiBBT; PREVIEW TONIGHT 11:15 r ^THE QUIET MAN" ^ f JOBVWNc! WFiMLD! ANDiminw 5 TOO o , „,„WARD BONO • VICTOR McLAGLEN : MILDRED NATWICK • FRANCIS FORD, , 'ARTHUR SHIELDS IHHM FfURD ! (ASBEY THEATRE PLAYERS »> 1 unu Play FRANK S NUGENT t ion> S»o<y Dy MAURICE WALSW Pioduced by MIRIAM C "COOPER »n ARCOSY PROOUCUON BtpubU P.olvt+1 Coipotaboa Mfib«ri I Valet. P»es«denl PREVIEW SAT. 11:15 P.M. E - with r V W ] ■•'ll QUEEN NOW SHOWING “IYANHOE” ing power. Some agreed it was no bargaining power since it is against the law. Others claimed the board is an effective means of dealing with the situation, espe cially because it is still used in some companies on the campus, regardless of existing laws and regulations. Joe Wallace, first division com mander and chairman of the grievance committee, said he be lieves many cadet officers don’t have the guts to run their units in the proper manner. “The fault of our present situ ation in the Corps of Cadets rests with the seniors,” said Wallace, “too many of them have been sit ting around complaining, but do ing nothing. , “I believe if you put to use everything available you can have a good company. The majority of company commanders and seniors are too lazy to do anything about the way underclassmen are han dled. We say the freshmen are poor, we complain, but in the meantime do nothing about it. “Let’s be men. If a sophomore, junior, or freshman does some thing wrong show enough guts to give him extra duty, put him be fore senior court, or do something instead of letting him commit that wrong again.” LAST TIME TODAY The battle of Texas... and the battle of the sexes! M-G-M’s LIONEL BARRYMORE • beulah bondi Screen Play by BORDEN CHASE • Directed by VINCENT SHERMAN Produced by Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN • An M-G-M Picture SATURDAY ONLY ■“^"sss—.we wiwvM PREVIEW FRIDAY 11 P.M. Also Sunday & Monday Jf "'°'“ r 7ec/itt/eo/or music*! ^ “LOVELY TO LOOK AT” KATHRYN RED HOWARD GRAYSGN-SKELTON-KEEL MARGE and GOWER CHAMPION ANN MILLER-23AZSA GABOR KURT KASZNAR The meeting was opened with a report from Wallace on the prog ress of the grievance committee. He said his group plans to take their demands to President M. T. Harrington Tuesday. Bing Turner, class of 1946, from Beaumont, advised the seniors to forget all these little things they want and pick out one demand and stand behind it to the hilt. He suggested the seniors first do away with the board and then go to col lege officials with this one point which they would ask. “I believe you are trying to gain more respect for the senior class,” said Turner. “To do this you would go a long way by standing up to gether as a class and asking for one thing—the most important you can find.” A motion was presented by Bob Travis concerning publicity of stu dent problems to gain state-wide support. The motion asked that a committee draw up the aims of the present campaign and then get them aired through newspapers, radio, and television. The motion died for lack of sec ond. Beneath Full Moon Stalin’s Hoax (Continued from Page 2) and the concepts of equality and freedom of individuals and nations, would not work. Soviet expansion needs the growth of Soviet power, and Soviet power can be safely anchored only in Soviet national ism, it obviously is felt now in the Kremlin. That is why the rudder was thrown around. Something still, though wrongly called “internationalism” contin ues to be the final goal—a single language world ruled by Moscow. That was indicated by the Young Communist journal Moskovski Komsomolets which wrote: “The future belongs to the Russian lan guage, the world language of in- ternationalsim.” Next article: “Whip and cookies” for Soviet labor. :.y l , YA;; : CIRCLE PHONE 4-1250 TONIGHT LAST NIGHT Children Under 12 Admitted Free When Accompanied By An Adult. Loretta mm W ~ g aula. 1 A COLUMBIA Picruffe Kent SMITH • Alexander KNOX —Also— “DEADLY ENEMIES” Starring ROD and BRODERIC CAMERON CRAWFORD SATURDAY ONLY Road Block Starring Joan Dixon & Charles McGaw —Also— Sk®3® wlfHSL Lex barker : dorothV ha»t Bird Migration Count Underway By Students Olympic Stars Set If on the night of the next full moon you see several people on the drill field behind Duncan Hall peering through a telescope at the moon do not be alarmed. Most probably the people are wildlife management students who are counting birds that fly across the face of the moon. A nation-wide program has been undertaken this fall to study the nocturnal migration of birds. The data collected at College Station by the wildlife manage ment students, under the super vision of Prof. K. L. Dixon, will in turn be sent to R. J. Newman of the Museum of Zoology, Loui siana State University, for eval uation. He is directing the pro gram. Methodists Appoint Fund Committees The Methodist Wesley Founda tion opened their $10,000 fund raising campaign last night with a dinner in the foundation build ing. Bill Wiseman, Dumas junior, is chaii'man of the 1952-53 campaign to raise money for the Methodist youth organization. Three committees were set up under Wiseman. George Black, Houston senior, is chairman of the solicitation committee for the drive. Carl Johnson, also a Houston senior, is head of the mechanics committee. Bill Lay will head the education committee for the fund drive. UN0EMT2 YEARS- f t — LAST DAY — 'Don’t Bother to Knock” —and— “Golden Girl” Color —SATURDAY ONLY— “Callahan Went Thata Way’ —and— “Law and the Lady” 4-1181 TODAY & SATURDAY —Feature Starts— 1:25 - 3:08 - 4:51 - 6:34 8:17 - 10:00 iiiihj MI NEWS — CARTOON No Prevue Tonight PREVUE SAT. 11 P.M. NEWS — CARTOON LI’L ABNER All This And Heaven, Too By A1 Capp Newman has several hundred cooperators throughout the Unit ed States and parts of Canade and Mexico who have been record ing the number of birds that pass over the face of the moon at their particular station. The system of collecting data is simple, Dixon said. One person watches through the telescope, while another records. The time each object passes the moon, the direction in and out. The direction is expressed as if the moon were the face of a clock, such as in at 12 o’clock and out at 6. Relative speed and relative size, as compared to a large crater on the moon also are recorded. Reve- lant weather data, such as tem perature and wind movement, is recorded hourly. From this mass of data, sent in from all parts of the nation, Newman will attempt to reveal more about the mystery of bird migration, Dixon said. (Continued from Page 1) Blair, Charley Saxe, and Dick Frey. Hooper, Jerry Crossman, and Walter ((Horrow) Hill are three others who Coach George will mourn because of graduation. All three are ends, and with the excep tion of Hooper each played almost the entire time in all the games. Walter Hill is chiefly a defen sive end, and Hooper was out of most of the play for the past two games due to an injury. Hooper is one of the .men who will be honored at halftime. He took second place in the shot put in Helsinki, Finland, last summer. Olympic Honors Another Aggie-ex who will be honored tomorrow for his Olympic accomplishments is Davis. He took the gold medal in the high jump in last summer’s world-wide athle tic meet. Mahan, who placed sixth in the javelin in the 1920 Olympics at Antwerp, Belgium, will be on hand with Harnden, who ran the open ing leg of the champion US 1,600 meter (mile) relay in the 1948 games at London. Down the Aggie line up for the game will be Leo Marquette at center, Ray Barrett at left guard, and Sidney Theriot at right guard. Tackles will be Dixon on the left side and Durwood Scott on the right. Crossman and Hooper will alternate with Eric Miller at the end posts. If Ellis doesn’t run quarterback, he will be at left halfback. Either Haas or Charlie Hall will run at the other halfback spot, while Con nie Magouirk and Don Kashtik will alternate at the fullback position. All-America Little will run at the defensive tackle slot, with Langford. Rush and Marvin Tate will be in the guard holes. Hill and Howard Zuch will take over the defensive end positions, v4th Johnny Salyer and Bob McCarley playing linebackers. Joe Boring, leading SWC pass intei'ceptor, and Joe Shero will run at the defensive halfbacks. Ellis is likely to see double duty again as he plays safety on the defensive platoon. amummT Sport Shirts for Winter by Tru Val and Puritan Corduroy Flannel Gabardine Plaid Slacks All Wool for Warmth and Comfort Flannel Gabardine The Exchange Store ‘Serving Texas Aggies”