The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 02, 1955, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION Wednesday, November 2, 1955 Paul Baker, Noted Waco Director, To Speak Here Paul Baker, well-known theatri cal director and organizer, will he presented by the AAUW at 8 p.m. Monday in the A&M Consolidated Auditorium. * His topic “Experiments in Col lege Theater,” concerning modern theater and experiments with space, light and color, will be dem onstrated by four of his students. Instrumental in organizing many theater groups, Baker has directed and produced plays in Europe as well as America. He is probably best known as Dallas Theater Cen ter Director and director of the ex perimental production of “Othello” at Baylor in 1953 which was term ed by Charles Laughton as the “most exciting piece of theater in America.” Bom in Hereford, Texas, Baker Bryanite Receives State Appointment Davis Grant of Bryan has been appointed First Assistant Attorney General for the state by Attorney General John Ben Shepperd. A former County and District Attorney for Brazos County, Grant is 41, married and he and his wife, the former Ann Orr of Bryan, have two daughters and two sons. “We are fortunate in having an experienced trial attorney and cap able administrator like Davis Grant for this important position,” Shepperd said. Grant is a former State Vice- president and National Director of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. has been affiliated with Baylor since 1934. He designed Baylor’s experimental theater, organized the first radio course taught in a Tex as college and was instrumental in developing classes in television at Baylor. Baker traveled over Europe, Asia and the Orient studying theater and theater buildings. During the war he served as entertainment specialist for which he received the Legion of Merit. Later he receiv ed a Rockefeller grant to write his war experiences and study leisure time problems as related to the community. Tickets, which are 75 cents, are on sale at Haswell’s. The American Association of University Women presents a ser ies of speakers each year. Next on the agenda will be Congressman Olin Teague on Dec. 3. Rabbi W. Malev Speaks Tonight To Hillel Group William S. Malev will address the Hillel Cultural meeting at 7:15 to night in room 2c-d of the MSC. Rabbi Malev, a senior Rabbi of Congregation Beth Yeshurun, Houston, will speak on “Israel and it’s Relationship to American Jewry.” Rabbi Malev’s talk will be based on personal study and observation from his visits to Israel. The speaker is minister of the largest Jewish Conservative Con gregation in Texas and one of the outstanding speakers of the pulpit. He was recently Hillel representa tive at Religious Emphasis Week. The meeting is open to the pub lic and a cordial invitation is ex tended to all those interested in the subject. Church Briefs Churches Hold Mid-Week Services ROPED IN BY WASHDAY WOES? LET US SET YOU FREE! Thanks to our quick efficient service, your laundry is done in a jigtime. Aggielantl Charges (Continued from Page 2) up $2,000, making these costs alone about $25,000. The reduced page costs for the 99 paying clubs in the ’55 Aggieland takes away another $495. With the increased costs and the funds lost the Aggieland needs to make up around $2,500, Strader said. This figure did not include what would be paid by the Athletic Department if it pays for space. KENNEDY THEN said that the athletic money, if gotten, would take up most of this $2,500. Stra der explained that it was not known what action the Department would take, or how many pages would be taken if it was decided to pay the charges. The Aggieland regularly uses 75 pages for sports, which would cost them $2,350 this year. They may not want that many, Strader said, or they may not want to pay for any pages. “We don’t like to think about that,” he said. “We have one of the top sports sections in the nation. This year it’ll be even better the way things are going.” “But any organization gets what they order. The editors have a certain obligation to cover the field of important activities. They could give additional space to sports if they desired. That is up to the editors.” Among the plans discussed to settle the matter was one charging the Corps at the $50 page rate but offering a 5 percent reduction for mass collection, and also one which would charge a flat 50 cents to all Corps members and civilian stu dents. THIS LAST MENTIONED plan was offered by Nauck in an effoi't to avoid discrimination against smaller units in the Corps. An out fit with more than 100 men could charge less per man than the small er outfits. This “discrimination” was one of the main objections the Corps delegation had brought up. Kennedy said that the Corps might be willing to go along with the 50 cents charge. No action was taken after dis cussion of the matter had abated. The Board will meet again at 3 p.m. Friday to further consider the matter and possibly take action. The charge to the Athletic Depart ment will be explained at a meet ing tomorrow of the Athletic Coun cil. Underwear with - comfort plus «• • It’s more than mere underwear. Worn alone or under an Arrow sweater or shirt, this Arrow Two-Purpose Tee Shirt is a campus favorite. Wear it with comfortable Arrow shorts—they feature exclusive contour seat that can’t bind! Boxer shorts in novelty patterns, $1.50. Tee, from $1.25* -ARROW- - first In fashion SHIRTS • TIES HANDKERCHIEFS • UNDERWEAR In short, they’re comfortable... | Smart men on campus keep 5 ' j plenty of Arrow two-purpose y Tee Shirts on hand .. . for sports or worn with Arrow sweaters and shirts, they’re stylish casual outfits. Pick up enough Arrow Guards too— these briefs are a long step ahead in comfort* Tee, from $ 1.25. .Guards, $1.20* W. S. D A&M Presbyterian Church A movie entitled “Hidden Heart” will be presented at the fellowship meeting at 7:15 tonight. The Rev. Mr. Charles Workman is director of the student center. Wesley Foundation The Wesley Foundation meeting will feature a movie entitled “Mis sionary to Walker’s Garage” at 7 tonight. Vespers will be held Friday night. Church of Christ George Tolbert, A&M student, will present the lesson of the Par ables by the Sea to the Auditorium Class tonight at 7:15. Ladies Bible Class will meet at 10 a.m. Thurs day. B’nai B’rith Hillel Foundation Rabbi W. S. Maley will be the speaker tonight at 7:15 in the MSC of the Hillel Cultural meeting. Ser vices will be held Friday at 7:15 p.m. in the YMCA. College Heights Assembly of God Prayer meeting will not be held tonight since services were held all day yesterday. St. Mary’s Catholic Chapel Newman Club will meet tonight at the Catholic Student Center. Wednesday services will begin at 5:15 today in the church. Mass is said every day at 6:45 a.m. Bethel Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) Aggies will have a social at 7 to night which will include volley ball at the old gym on the campus. “True Zeal for the House of the Lord” will be the sermon for the 7:45 services tonight. Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church Lutheran Student Association will meet tonight at 7:30. Harry Scott, chaplain of the Corps, will be in charge of the program. The Altar Guild will meet at 2:30 p.m. Friday. Christian Science Society Services will be held at 8 tonight at the church. A&M Christian Church Disciples Student Fellowship will meet tonight at 7:15 in the YMCA. Choir practice has been changed from 8 to 7:30 tonight. Construction is coming right along in the rebuilding of the church, which was destroyed by fire last Spring. Members hope to be in the church in three 1 or four weeks. First Baptist Church Workers Supper begins at 6 to night followed at 6:30 p.m. by Teachers Meeting. Prayer meeting begins at 7:30. The Rev. Mr. W. C. Beasley, of Emanuel Baptist Church, is teaching bible and prayer for the Adult Training Union Thursday and Friday at 6:30 p.m. Lottie Moon Circle will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday with Mrs. R. E. Snuggs, 1023 Harrington. Church of the Nazarene Services begin at 7:30 tonight at the church. Gilliam Elected Taylor Gilliam was elected president of the Henderson County A&M Club at it’s first meeting of the year last Thursday in Bagley Hall. Other officers elected were Durwood Pickle, vice-president; Curtis Boyd, secretary; and Ted Shaver, treasurer. Opportunity for technical graduates with Goodyear Representatives of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company will be here on the date shown below to interview Seniors who will receive B.S. or advanced degrees in the following fields of technical study: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING I I 1 1 iiii 11 tP f? ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING 1! •• ' : 111' x £ There’s a career for YOU at Goodyear in any of the following fields: PLANT ENGINEERING PROCESS DEVELOPMENT FACTORY MANAGEMENT . MACHINE DESIGN .RESEARCH TECHNICAL SALES PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT Contact your student placement office now — plan now to have a personal interview! ■ Goodyear representative will be here on J NOVEMBER 16TH | i l - - S THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY 108 N. MAIN CLOTHIERS N. BRYAN ± Aggies For both the Game and tbe Dance — See your Dorm Representative or come by Student Floral Concession across from the main entrance to new area