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Ted Heath Group
Here For Program
Ted Heath and His Orchestra
with Carmen McRae and The Hi-
Los are scheduled for a special ap
pearance Nov. 5 in G. Rollie White
The group is being brought to
the campus by the Department of
Student Activities as a promotional
program and will not be a Town
Hall production, C. G. (Spike)
White, director of recreation and
Information about tickets, where
they can be obtained and their cost
will be announced soon, White said.
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With Gary Cooper
With Paul Newman
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Starting Sunday Oct. 27
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TODAY & SATURDAY
Dr* Dillon to Open
Dr. Lawrence S. Dillon of the
Biology department has been in
vited to give the opening address
for the Zoological Section of the
American Association for the Ad
vancement of Science at its meet
ing in Indianapolis, Ind., Friday,
“This is a high honor,” Dr. C. C.
Doak, head of the Biology depart
ment, said. “We are proud that
Dr. Dillon was selected to give the
opening address—it is deserved.”
Dillon’s talk, entitled “Progres
sive Evolution: A New Approach
to the Development of Life,” will
be in the nature of a forthcoming
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
“The Tall T”
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AH Judging Teams Show Well
At Kansas City Grading Meet
Senior judging teams from the
Animal Husbandly Department re
turned this week from the American
Royal Livestock Exposition in Kan
sas City, bearing a host of trophies
to show of their prowess.
Making the best showing was the
Senior Meats Judging team which
ended up second in a field of 17
competitors in that contest.
Coached by G. T. King, the team
won first in lamb grading, third in
lamb judging, fourth in pork judg
ing, fifth in beef grading and
eighth in beef judging.
Individual high rankers included
Robert Gooch, Jack Estes and
Homer Smith. Gooch, from Abilene,
was the second highest scoring in
dividual in the contest. He was
first in beef grading, second in
lamb judging and third in lamb
Estes, from Fort Worth, placed
third in pork judging and seventh
in individual scoring. Smith, from
Robstown, took highest individual
score in lamb grading.
The Senior Wool Judging team,
coached by Richard Thallman, cap
tured. sixth position in the contest.
Stanley Keese of Llano won fifth
place in individual scoring while
Clyde Castleberry of Lampasas
took fifth in fleece grading.
The Senior Livestock Judging
team, coached by W. T. Berry, end
ed up 12th in the intercollegiate
competition. They were fifth in the
sheep contest and tenth in the cat
Richard Thomas of Robstown
took ‘third place in the quarter-
The various teams left for Kan
sas City last week, making practice
stops at several large meat com
panies and ranches along the way.
Sunday night, all team members
were guests at a dinner given by
the Kansas City Aggie Club.
Chemical Engineering Wives
Club will meet at 7:30 p. m. Mon
day in the south solarium of the
* * *
A program on rug braiding/will
be presented at the meeting of Ani
mal Husbandry Wives at 7:30 to
night in the south solarium of the
* i!-- *
Aggie Wives Bridge Club will
meet at 7:30 tonight in the Memori
al Student Center.
Hostesses will be Pat Younts
and Elon Foster for the regular
group; Ann Meitzer and J’Nene
Morgan for the intermediates, and
Barbara Keller and Kae McGloth-
lin for the beginners.
Prizes last week went to Mari
lyn Ibbitson, high, Trilba Keller,
traveling slam, and Karen Lee
Mounce, low, in the regular group,
and Ann Meitzer and Texas Maxey
in the intermediate group.
* ^ *
Mechanical Engineering Wives
Club will have an informal, get-
acquainted dance for all mechani
cal engineering students, their
wives and prospective club mem-
the LARGEST and
probably the ONLY
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hers at 8 p.m. Friday in the Girl
Scout house in Bryan.
Dancing and refreshments will
be featured. There will he a
charge of 50 cents per couple.
* * *
A&M Women’s Social Club will
hear a book review by Mrs. Frank
McFarland at 3 p.m. Friday in the
ballroom of the Memorial Student
To Luncheon Club
Dr. Gerald Wendt, a scientist
whose articles of the news in sci
ence are used by more than 5,000
newspapers in' 71 countries, was
guest of honor at the knife
& Fork club dinner Monday, at 7:30
p. m. in the Memorial Student
Ranking high in the field of
atomic energy, as is indicated by
the fact that his lasest book,
“\ou and the Atom”, has been
translated into 14 foreign lang
uages, Dr. Wendt is called the
world’s leading interpreter oil sci
ence to the layman.
It was Wendt, who at the “Atoms
for Peace” conference at Geneva
analyzed for the 900 newspaper
men present, just what the im
portance was of the high-brow a-
tomic discussions being carried on.
He also acted as chief radio com
mentator for the United States on
the major U.S. networks.
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Llsnstian JLJior Dies
At Italian Resort
MONTECATINI, Italy, GP) —
Christian Dior, French fashion de
signer of the famous “New Look,”
died in a hotel at his northern
Italian resort early yesterday.
The death was announced by a
parish priest who said he gave Dior
the last rites.
Dior was 52.
The Battalion College Station (Brazos County), Texas
Thursday, October 24, 1957 PAGE 3
Iota Lambda Sigma Elects New Heads •
Iota Lambda Sigma, national in
dustrial education honor society,
elected William IT. Foy as presi
dent; Thomas R. Jones, vice presi
dent; Jesse Santoscoy, secretary-
treasurer, and Richard Vasek, his
torian-reporter at a recent meet
Dr. Leslie V. Hawkins and D. W.
Fleming were chosen sponsors for
the current year.
The society’s initiation will be
held in November.
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