The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 12, 1955, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION Wednesday, October 12, 1955 COUNCIL OFFICERS—Seated are the officers of the newly-formed Aggie Wives Coun- ci at a lecent meeting. In the usual order are Mrs. Robert B. Kamm, sponsor; Gardner Osborn, president; Beverly Humphries, treasurer; Barbara Cloninger, vice-president; ^ emas ^ > P^r^ ian ^® n ^ a ^ ia 1 1 ]i J°y Jones, secretary; and Barbara Duncan, reporter. Ihe otticers and the other ladies pictured are presidents and representatives of the Wives Clubs on the campus who have formed the Council. Social Whirl Robert L. Whiting, head of the Petroleum Engineering Depart ment, will speak to the Wives Club of that field at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Peti’oleum Engineering Building. * * * Milam S. Kavanaugh will speak on child psychology to the Archi tect Wives Club tonight in room 3B of the Memorial Student Cen ter. * * * The Civil Engineering Wives Club will meet at 8 tonight at the home of Mrs. S. R. Wright, 700 Hereford St. for a business meet ing. Mrs. Wright, wife of the head of the Civil Engineering Department, is sponsor of the club. Book Fair Features Pvfoted Toepperweins The noted publishers and authors of children’s books, Emilie and Fi'itz A. Toepperwein, will be in Bryon at the Book Fair to auto graph copies of their newest book which will have its national release in Bryan Saturday. The Book Fair, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, will be held Thursday, Friday and Satur day at Massey Cotors with popular novels as well as children’s books for sale. The Toepperweins will be at the fair between 7 and 8 p.m. Friday to autograph books which will be on sale. “Uncle Kris in His Work shop” their first book in two years, r /' GkS-UP, UJBl-UP, QuUi right 1 . HY ouUkeV>ffY-'V ,,ck - heod do ? e Y ou'U like the «ay we do u Jhere And we’d like you for , 0 h ^o h rti D tWeup 5 oonondlet S ge , together, We’re sure yo« make many happy tioN ■» a t t ’<4 HUMBLE SERVICE SI A HAIX S 1 u u|r Springs Bond Across Irom U.S.D.A. business or pleasure SAVE A DAY/ M // travel the Continental way MJTJVJKig HOUSTON 42 mins. FT. WORTH 2 hrs. 11 mins. NEW YORK 8 hrs. 24 mins. •Via Connecting Airline Soli Continental at 4-5054. mz\ Continental will be released Saturday morning. The noted authors will appear at the Happy Hour story program in the Rountree children’s room at the Library at 10 a.m. Satur day. Earlier, Mrs. Louis V. Hanna, children’s librarian, will present the distinguished authors on the Story Parade of the Air. In addition to their writings, the Toepperweins’ own and operate the Highland Press at Boerne and do much hand printing and hand binding of their books. All of the newest books both for children and adults will be found on the shelves at the Book Fair which will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Saturday and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday. Freshmen (Continued from Page 3) Hathorn carried five times for 27 yards and hit two of three passes for 37 yards, while Sande- fur ran for 28 yards on nine tries at the line. Pennsylvania product Joe Pas- cuzzi was the Fish leader in rush ing with 50 yards on three trips, and in scoring with two touchdowns and three extra points. Pascuzzi, 25-year-old ex-serviceman, played a fine game on defense, contributed the key block on halfback Paul Del- feld’s 33-yard scoring thrust early in the third quarter and took in two passes for 26 yards. Delfeld contributed 44 yards in four scamp ers. Baylor’s Cubs boast a line bigger than the Baylor varsity’s forward wall, and a set of swift backs. Waco High School’s regular tackles from last season, all-stater Charlie Horton, 216, and tall Paul Dickson, 220, will start for the Cubs, with Damon Douglas, 215- pound husky from Athent and 200- pounder Buddy Burt frcm Chilli- cothe at the guard slots. Clarks ville’s Buck Cagle, a defensive star of last August’s schoolboy All-Star game in San Antonio who weighs in at 200, will start at center. Albert Witcher, converted halfback from Lampasas and Bill Dennis of Cleburne will open at the end positions. Witcher weighs 186 and Dennis 196. Buddy Humphrey, quarterback, Billy Prestidge and Farrell Fisher, halfbacks, and Larry Hickman, fullback make up the Cub back- field. ROPED IN BY WASHDAY WOES? LET US SET YOU FREE! Thanks to our quick efficient service, your laundry is done in a jigtime. Churches Tell Mid-Week Activities Bethel Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) The Aggie Walther Club will meet in the MSC at 7 tonight. Vesper services will begin at 7:45 p.m. at the church. B’nai B’rith Hillel Foundation The Hillel Foundation, organi zation for Jewish students, will meet at 7:15 tonight in rooms 2C-D of the MSC for an important busi ness meeting. College Heights Assembly of God Prayer meeting will be held to night at 7:45 at the church and a singing local will begin at 7:45 p.m. Thursday. Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church Lutheran Student Association will meet at 7:15 p.m. First Baptist Church Workers supper will begin at 6 p.m. with the teachers meeting fol lowing at 6:30. Prayer meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. A&M Christian Church Disciples Student Fellowship will meet at the YMCA at 7:15 tonjght. Church of the Nazarene The Rev. Mr. Harold Carlisle will continue his series of messages with the second entitled “Adding Knowledge to our Faith” at 7:45 services tonight. St. Thomas Episcopal Chapel Canterbury Association will meet at 7:15 tonight at the chapel. St. Mary’s Catholic Chapel Services are held at 5:15 p.m. today at the chapel. Mass is said every day at 6:45 a.m. Church of Christ Evening services will be conduct ed at 7:15 tonight. Ladies Bible Class will meet at 10 a.m. Thurs day at the church. Wesley Foundation Vance Engleman will show slides from the Regional meeting at Mount Sequoyah in Arkansas at the Center tonight at 7:15. A&M Presbyterian Church Dr. Bardin H. Nelson, associate professor of Agricultural Econom ics and Sociology Department, will speak on “Importance of the Social Sciences for Christian Students” at 7 p.m. today. Beat ’em Aggies .. But you can’t beat our . . . JUICY HAMBURGERS . . . CHILI DOGS . . . THICK MALTS . . . and RICH SUNDAES Dairy Queen No. 2 Across from Aggie Line by Safeway on Highway 6 Campus favorites ,.. from every angle •» No guesswork here. Arrow’s new button-down shirt cops the style lead on campus with its soft roll collar, full- length back pleat, back-collar button—details you’d expect front custom shirtmakers! Now available in authentic plaids and tattersall checks, $6.95 up. Combine it with Arrow’s tapered slacks in chino, $5.95 —for the new casual look. HARROW- CASUAL WEAR —first in fashion The shut of Campus leaden You can spot them every time—the me# who run things on campus. They’re, wearing this casual button-down shirt by Arrow. It has a full roll collar with back-collar button, and it’s now available in authentic tartans and tattersall F ull length .bok pleat in back for comfort tool Vote yourself into one nowf In gingham, $6.95. In Softspun HnA $8.95. Chino slacks, W. S. D 108 N. MAIN CLOTHIERS N. BRYAN LUCKY 0R00DLES! LUCKY DR00DLES!YEA! DEATH OF ACHILLES Johanna Hanson Ross Radcliffe FAIRY GODMOTHERS CONVENTION Kenneth Bishop Duke TOUPEE for monk Jean Drum V. oi California WHAT’S THIS? For solutfop, see ParaGraph below. A FLIGHT OF IMAGINATION prompted the Droodle above—it’s titled: Flying saucer with Lucky-smoking crew. But it’s a down-to-earth fact that Luckies taste better than any other cigarettes—and for down-to- earth reasons. First of all, Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. Then, that light, mild tobacco is toasted to taste even better . . . cleaner, fresher, smoother. So, “Glurg shrdlu!” (In saucer language, that means, “For taste that’s out of this world, light up a Lucky!”) DROODLES, Copyright 1953 by Roger Price COLLEGE SMOKERS PREFER LUCKIES! Luckies lead all other brands, regu lar or king size, among 36,075 college students questioned coast to coast. The number- one reason: Luckies taste better. LUCKIES TASTE BETTER - Cleaner, Fresher, Smoother! J&rupuewn Jo&eeo-FiZryuvry, America’s leading manufacturer of cigarette# * ©A. I Co. PRODUCT OF