The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 19, 1954, Image 2

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    Page 2 THE BATTALION Friday, March 19, 1954
WELL HELLO!—These three girls will perform for the Intercollegiate Talent Show to
night. They are (1 to r) Jeanne Warren, Ann Cullen, and Mary Branton. They are
from the University of Oklahoma, and will do a ten minute skit of singing and dancing.
Eisenliower Talks
W itli Mac Arthur
WASHINGTON, March 19 — (A?)
President Eisenhower had a talk
yesterday with Gen. Douglas Mac-
Arthur about the world military
situation, including the war in In
MacArthur, now chairman of the
board of Remington Rand Inc., re
ported that the President wanted
to get his point of view on the
general strategic picture.
They discussed national and in
ternational matters with “great
frankness,” MacArthur told report
ers, but he added “no greater sig
nificance should be attached to the
meeting than that it was a gen
eral discussion between two old
MacArthur’s last military post
was that of supreme commander
in the Far East.
When he was asked whether he
and the President talked about
Indochina, where French and loyal
native forces are fighting a furious
battle with Vietminh Red guerillas,
MacArthur said at first that he
“would not care to go into any
greater detail.”
He then added, however, that
Lamont to Lecture
On Artificial Kid
Capt. Lamont E. Danzig, chief,
fluid and renal section, surgical
research unit, Brooke Army Medi
cal Center, Fort Sam Houston, will
give a lecture at 7:30 p. m., March
22 in the lecture room of the Bio
logical Sciences building on the
A&M campus.
He will lecture on “The Use of
the Artificial Kidney in Medical
Practice,” Dr. Ide P. Trotter, dean
of the Graduate School said, today.
“This lecture should be parti
cularly interesting to biologists,
biochemists, pre-medical and medi
cal and medical personnel in this
area,” Dean Trotter said.
Indochina is an important part of
the world situation, and that “in
general we reviewed that situat
tion.” He declined to state his own
views of Indochina, saying “I am
no longer in a position of authority
and I have always thought that
responsibility should go with au
It was the first time the two
old soldiers had met since last
June 8, when MacArthur was a
guest at a White House stag party.
He had two sessions with the Pres
ident today. In between he was
guest of honor at a small presi
dential luncheon.
MacArthur has been on inactive
duty since 1951, when President
Truman removed him as supreme
commander in the Far East as the
result of disagreement over policy.
Baseball Team
To Go to Houston
Jerry Nelson goes after his se
cond win of the season Saturday
when the Aggie baseball team, un
beaten in three starts, meets the
University of Houston at Houston.
Nelson, unanimous all - confer
ence choice last year, is the ace of
A&M’s pitching staff. Joe Hard-
grove and Lou Little are credited
with the other two Aggie victories.
“The team is improving and
looks ahead of last year’s squad,”
said Coach Beau Bell. Last year’s
team finished fourth in the con
ference with an 8-7 record.
Other starting positions for the
Aggies will go to catcher Jim Wil
liams, first baseman Lester Byrd,
second baseman Charles Laissner,
third baseman Jim Parrish, and
shortstop Jim Dishman.
In the outfield will be Eric
Miller, John Stockton, and Bubba
The Aggies open the Southwest
conference season March 27 against
the Rice Owls at Houston.
The Battalion
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Aggies Meet Riee,
LSU Tomorrow
Col. Frank Anderson will take
nearly every varsity trackman to
Houston this week-end. They will
meet Rice and L. S. U. in a trian
gular meet Saturday.
Bobby Gross, Junior from Big
Springs, will lead the team in the
shot and discus. Gross has not been
defeated this year.
Dale DeRouen, Southwest Con
ference mile champ, will lead the
distance men. Other outstanding
distance are: James Blaine, Bob
Boles, Verlond Westmoreland, Wil
liam Cocke, Carl Wilmesen, and
Bob Hooper.
In the hurdles it will be Glen
Blake, Harley Hartung, Tom
Dollahite, Kenth Fry, and Jim
Hollingsworth. Entered in the
sprints and middle distance for the
Cadets there will be Don Tedder,
Kyle Killogh, Carrol Goyer, Bobby
McCarn, Terry Vetters, Carrol
Libby, Gerald Stull, Wallace Kleb,
and Frank Norris.
Little compeption is expected in
the distances but in the sprints the
Owls are favored. L. S. U. has a
group of fine middle distance men
and sprinters.
Rifle Team Is Host
To ASC, St. Mary’s
The Texas A&M Rifle team is
host for the 1954 NRA intercollegi
ate sectional tournament to be con
ducted Saturday.
The participating schools are
A&M, Arlington state college, and
St. Mary’s university.
There will be both team events
and individual competition. Official
referee for the match, C. L. Shup-
trine, inspector of police for the
city- of Houston.
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Team No. 201 are coming to
'1 exas A&M to show you
how. They’ll be here 29,
30, 31 March and 1 April.
Meet them at the MSC dur
ing their stay.
Mullen Defeats Boubel
In Intramural Badminton
In Open Badminton, George Mul
len edged by Brose Boubel of A
Armor, Wednesday, advancing him
to the final play-off with Bill
Bates. The final game will be play
ed today (Thursday).
A Ordnance and Squadron 14 will
begin playing off the three way
tie between A Ordnance, A In
fantry, and Squadron 14, (Thurs
day) today. A Infantry drew a bye
and will play the winner of the
A Ordnance-A Infantry game.
A Ordnance continued in the
race for the upperclassman volley
ball championship by defeating
Squadron 9 in two exciting games,
Wednesday. Students for A Ordn
ance were Floyd Grimland, Sam
Johnson, Gil Brigham, and John
Stacha. Outstanding performers
for Squadron 9 were Allen Davis
and Bill Brooks.
B Field Artillery won over
Squadron 11, 2-1. Don Daniles and
Steve Novosad of Squadron 11
played heads-up ball for the losing
team. Outstanding players for B
Field were Ronnie Hayes and Mark
A Chemical won two straight
games over Squadron 2 today
(Thursday). Barry Hart, Avery
McKinney, and Criag Weigand
were tops for A Chemical. Squad
ron 2’s Ray Hadashel and Moise
Adney were also top performers.
Squadron 3 forfeited to A Tran
Squadron 12 forfeited to Squad
ron 7.
Squadron 16 forfeited to A
B Athletics forfeited to B Armor.
The Intramural Department is in
need of softball umpires. Anyone
interested contact the Intramural
Office in De Ware Field House.
Umpires will work five days a
week and will receive $1.00 per
We Specialize in Fine . . .
Sunday 11 A.M. - 11 P.M.
4 Blks. East of llwy. 6 on
Sulphur Springs Road
Livestock Judgers
Win Second Place
The Junior Livestock Judging
Team at Texas A&M College took
40,072 points to win second place in
the Intercollegiate Livestock Judg
ing Contest in Oklahoma City re
Team members are Billy Steele
of Streetman, William Helbig of
Knippa, James Welgehausen of
Frederickburg, Kenneth Killion of
Elkhart and Franklin Parker of
Miami. Dale Handlin of the A&M
Animal Husbandry Department is
team couch.
Welgehausen earned 840 points
for high place on the five-man Ag
gie team and sixth individual place
in the overall contest. Helbig was
eighth and Steele was tenth.
The Aggie group, all of whom
won first place in sheep judging
and second in swine.
Clubs Musi Get
High School Rooms
Members of home town clubs and
other students desiring space for
High School visitors for High
School Day should first utilize
single vacancies and vacancies
created by students clearing the
campus for the weekend.
If sufficient space cannot be
found in this manner then students
should contact the Housing Office
in Goodwin Hall for the use of
rooms which are entirely vacant.
Students are asked to use single
vacancies as far as possible, how
ever, in order that some vacant
rooms may be reserved for high
school students who arrive on the
campus without known arrange
ments. It is felt there is sufficient
space to handle these visitors if
the above system is followed.
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