The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 25, 1955, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION Tuesday, October 25, 1955 Council May Organize 8 New Wives Clubs The Aggie Wives Council met last night to discuss the forming of 8 additional wives clubs on the campus, according to Joy Jones, secretary. Included in the 1200 names turn ed in are these majors for which their is no wives club: Science, Aeronautical Engineering, Agricul ture Engineering, Agriculture, Oceanography, Wildlife Manage ment, Industrial Engineering and Industrial Education. The completed list of married students divided according to ma jors was assembled by council members with the help of Bennie Zinn, head of Student Affairs. “We will contact two or three girls on the list,” said Mrs. Jones, “and get their help in notifying the remaining names for the for mation of a club.” Additional names for the already formed wives clubs were also dis tributed at the meeting with the hopes that it might boost member ship in the clubs. Also discussed were plans for the Council Dance which will be held Nov. 19 in the Memorial Stu dent Center. Capers Combo will furnish the music for the married couples. The bowling league, which is sponsored by the Council, will meet next Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in the MSC. READING TIME 45 SECONDS PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS OLYMPIA—Remington Office Writer — Royal — Smith-Corona and Underwood As long as you are in A & M, bring your portable in. We will blow the dust and lint out with compressed air lubricate and install a new ribbon, and only charge you for the ribbon. ENGINEERING STUDENTS The Olympia Portable Typewriter has a standard keyboard, plus two extra keys (+ over =), (! over %) also HALF SPAC ING for writing EXPONENTS, SUBSCRIPTS, and FORMULAS. Furnished in 9V2” and 13” carriage. We carry a complete line of special characters which is installed here in our shop while you wait. Use our Rental Purchase Plan $6.00 per month, rent applies on purchase of machine, also late model standard TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES FOR RENT. Buy your portable typewriter from an office machine spec ialist, who maintains a service department to give you your guarantee that the manufacturer wants you to have. We offer New Royal Portables for $25.00 off. FREE NO STRINGS NO BOX TOPS Drop your name in the sealed container, here in our store now for the drawing of a portable typewriter of your choice. Time of drawing to be announced. L. H. ADAMS Bryan Business Machine Co. SALES — SERVICE — RENTALS — TERMS 429 South Main Street — Bryan, Texas FREE PARKING AIR CONDITIONED FOOTBALL (Continued from Page 3) Taylor gained 41 and 33 yards respectively. DENNIS GOEHRING, A&M’s sturdy right guard, was the “line man of the day,” according to Coach Paul Bryant. Other stand outs in the Aggie line were Charles Krueger and Jim Stanley, both sophomores. Bobby Conrad, who had a busy afternoon playing quarterback, halfback and end, was also outstanding. Baylor fullback Reuben Saage, who remarked before the game that “A&M would be just another scrimmage,” was the Bears’ lead ing ground gainer with 20 yards. Halfback Weldon Holley, fourth in SWC rushing before Saturday, dropped to 10th place this week after getting only three yards in three tries. A&M STUNNED the Bears with a TD only 3:30 after the opening kick-off. Bobby Drake Keith pounced on a Baylor fumble on the Bear’s 18, and five plays later quarterback Donnie Grant rode Hale’s back into the end zone. Tay lor’s extra point kick split the up rights. Baylor came right back after the ensuing kick-off to march 69 yards for their lone score. Reuben Saage tallied from 1 yard out, and the successful conversion knotted the score at 7-7. The Bears were through for the day, as far as scoring threats, and never managed to get past A&M’s Social Whirl The Dames Club will meet Wed nesday instead of tonight, accord ing to D0D0 Pickring, reporter. Members will meet at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday at the rear entrance of the YMCA and go in groups to the home of Mrs. C. B. Campbell. Mrs. Campbell, who lives at 315 Suffolk South, will speak on “Flower Arrangements for the Home.” * * * Architect Wives will hold a spaghetti supper in the social room of the Memorial Student Center at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Admission will be 75 cents per son and $1.50, couple for the Arch itect majors, wives and faculty. WILL CONDUCT PERSONAL INTERVIEWS ON CAMPUS OCTOBER 27 AND 28 GROUP MEETING OCTOBER 26 Boeing has many positions open for graduating and graduate students. These opportunities are in all branches of Engineering (AE, CE, EE, ME and related fields). Also needed are Physicists and Mathematicians with advanced degrees. Fields of activity include Design, Research and Production. Your choice of location: Seattle, Washington or Wichita, Kansas. Personal interviews will cover the details of openings, the nature of assignments. Company projects currently in work, a>nd miscellaneous infor mation about the Company. Come and learn about the excellent opportunities with an outstanding Engineering organization—designers and builders of the B-47 and B-52 Multi-Jet Bombers; America’s first Jet Transport, the 707; and the Bomarc IM-99 Pilotless Aircraft. For time and place of group meeting and for personal inter*. view appointments—consult your PLACEMENT FFICE 40 the rest of the game. PARDEE AND Taylor shared the ball carrying load in A&M’s second touchdown drive that start ed on the Aggie 37. Pardee leaped over the goal line from the 1-yard line with 4:54 left in the half to put A&M ahead 13-7. Taylor’s ex tra-point kick was wide to the right. The Cadets took the second half kick-off and marched 66 yards in 10 plays for the game’s final TD. Dendy got the Ags started by re turning the kick-off 28 yards. A&M’s drive appeared bogged- down with fourth and 15 facing the Aggies on Baylor’s 24, but Jimmy Wright stepped in and calmly fired a pass to Taylor for 22 yards and a first on the BU 2-yard stripe. Pardee blasted for the TD. Neither team scored again, but A&M marched to the Bruin’s 8 and 13-yard line in the final period, only to lose the ball on downs. What's Cooking The scheduled for tonight is: 7:30 AICE will meet in room 104 of the Petroleum Engineering Build ing. Dr. Adam of American Vis cose Corp. will speak and junior chemical engineers are urged to attend .for elections. Business Society in the Assem bly Room of the Center for a film of 1955 A&M football season. 7:40 Accounting Society in YMCA for a talk on “Government Ac counting Through Civil Service.” Petroleum Engineering Club, all sophomores interested in Pet. E. are invited to attend. Election of faculty advisor. Rodeo Club, A & I Building. Pre-Law in room 2 C of the Center for talk by Brooks Gofer, assistant district attorney in Bry an. Horticulture Society in the Ag riculture Building. OPEN FOR ALL BANQUETS, DINNERS RECEPTIONS, WEDDINGS AND LUNCHEONS ALL by RESERVATION ONLY MAGGIE PARKER DINING HALL 2-5089 “The Oaks” — 3-4375 BRYAN Dames Club Meets Tomorrow Night Dames Club meeting time has been changed this week from Tues day to Wednesday night, according to Karen Pickring, reporter. YOUR BIG RED LETTER DAY f tAe c&u/t/sic £ = \c£a*t?e ~to I ? 1. SUPERIOR FILTER Only L&M gives you the superior filtration of the Miracle Tip, the purest tip that ever touched your lips. It’s white ... all white ... pure white! 2. SUPERIOR TASTE L&M’s superior taste comes from superior tobaccos — especially selected for filter smoking. Tobaccos that are richer, tastier . . . and light and mild. O G O By WALT KELLY