The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 05, 1957, Image 3

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    69 New Juniors Added To
Moss Volunteer Company
Sixty-nine Corps juniors out of
over 100 applicants have been ac
cepted as members of the Ross
Volunteers, according: to Charles
R. Smith, RV commander.
All juniors selected were care
fully screened by senior members
of the RV’s and in addition they
are under advanced ROTC con
tract, have a 2.0 grade point ratio
in Military or Air Science and a
1.5 over-all GPR.
The first meeting of the group
was Mon,day and a drill is sched
uled today at 5.
Arkansas Talent
Battalion Staff Photo
The halftime show up at Arkansas wasn’t a complete loss
this weekend even without the Texas Aggie Band, as is
shown by this high-stepping majorette of the Arkies’
Research Still Needs Funds
Proposed increase in funds for
research will have a negligible ef
fect on plans for cancellation of two
Air Force research contracts on the
campus, Archie M. Kahan, execu
tive director of the A&M Research
Foundation said yesterday.
It will probably be some months
before funds are allocated for more
research, even then, funds may not
be given for use in the cancelled
projects, Kahan said.
Workers on the project are now
completing final preparations ne
cessary before closing the research.
Some of the research workers
have resigned, thereby lessening
the number of employes. Unless,
however, there arises some other
solution, some employes will have
to be laid-off within the next 15
days Kahan stated.
Officers For
Ross Volunteer
Co. Named
Charles Ray Smith has been
appointed commanding officer
of the Ross Volunteers,. Col.
Joe E. Davis said yesterday.
James Paul Costa will serve
as executive officer.
Other officers include: Donald
Dean Dunlap, administrative of
ficer; Raymond Everett Camper Jr.,
platoon leader; James Robert
•Groves, platoon leader, and Ray
Morris Bowen, platoon leader.
First sergeant is John William
Other non-coms are:
Robert John Balhom; John Leroy
Ligon; James Robert Partridge;
James Logan Rankin and Jerry
Charles Rhea, all technical serge
Rayford Gaines Anthony; James
Allen Burke; James Calvin Gaston;
Robert Dunn Cleland; Ford George
Daab; James Dennis Gower; Alvin
Howard Grantham III; Frank Mit
chell Nail; William Marvin Redditt
III; Milton Ray Roberts; Jack
Solka; Gary Edward Thomas and
Ripley Ezra Woodard, all staff
Sergeants include: Philip Brower
Collier; Philip C. Hurley; John
Mallory Long; Charlie Wood Rice;
William Bates Sides; Bartolome
Garcia; Charles Stephen Lessard
land Raymond Earl'Roycroft.
Those selected as' RV members
are: Theodore Leroy Ashby; David
Henry Beck; Joseph Leroy Ber
geron; Jack Calvin Bradshaw; Wil
liam Ross Brinkoeter; Edward
Charles Brod; Thomas Ward
Brown; Donald Roy Cloud; Leon
Blanton Cloud; William Wayne
Culbreth; Kirby Parker Cunning
ham; George Randolph Curtis; Jon
Michael DeLaune; Arthur McAr
thur Emei’y III; Davis Lee Ford;
Eugene Edwin Fudge; Melbern
Gilbert Glasscock; David Gerald
Glickman; G'aynael Ray Grigsby;
Henry Gerald Gritter; James Ad
dison Hataway.
Alford Taylor Hearne Jr.; Stan
ley Warren Helms; Glen Delwyn
Hitchcock; Dennis Charles Holle;
Marcus Rex Hudgins; Bobby Ray
Huggins; Robeyt Frederick Hunter;
Robert Daniel Hyde Jr.; James
Douglas Jinks; Walter Frederick
Kappel; Robert Russell Kingrey;
Elmer Emerson Kunkle Jr.; Ed
ward Frank Lednicky; Tommie
Edwards Lehman; Robert Gerald
McBride; Jack Newton McCrary;
William Noel McDaniel; Charles
Hugh McKinley; Wallis Dunn Mc
Neill Jr.; Rhea Alexander McWil
liams Jr.; William Royal Markillie;
Alexander Meri-Akri; Thomas
Harold Miller; John Berry Moos-
berg; Emmett William Muenker
Jr.; Lado Muhlstein Jr; William Al
len Myers; Jerome Hill Oden; John
Henry Partridge Jr.; Robert Tug
Pfeffer; Thomas Edward Reddin;
Charles Howard Robison; Clarence
Blum -Sanders Jr.; Charles Martin
Schurig; Xavier R. Sendejo; Dick
Bedford Simmons; David Bonner
Smith; Robert Floyd Smith; Wiley
James Sonnier; Roderick David
Stepp; Jon Reid Swail; John Gor
don Thomas; Robert Frank Turner;
Larry Jo Urban; Ralph Arnold
Vosdingh; Robert Alfred Walker;
Herbert Erwin Whalen; and Rob
ert Earl Wilkins.
A&M Invited Into
Oak Ridge Project
Members of the faculty and staff
of A&M College and the System
have been invited to consider ap
plying for appointment as a re
search participant in the Oak
Ridge Research Participation Pro
gram for the summer of 1958.
Applications must be filed by
Dec. 15 and are available in the
office of Dr. John B. Page, dean
of the college. Dr. Page is Oak
Ridge Institute of Nuclear Stud
ies councilor.
Participants receive from Oak
Ridge the same salary per month
they get at A&M. They bear then-
own transportation expenses, must
receive Atomic Energy’ Commis
sion security clearance and pass a
satisfactory physical examination
at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
TKe Battalion College Station (Bra?®# County), Tex®*
Tuesday, November 5, 1957 PAGE 3
Football Officials’ Job Not Easy
Football officials are criticized
because the fans do not understand
the official’s job, Marion Pugh,
quarterback of the National
Championship Aggie team of 1939
and now a Southwest conference
official, told College Station Lions
“An official’s job is not an easy
one,” Pugh said. “Besides knowing
the rules backward and forward,
he must have a good football back
ground and a burning desire to
officiate; a real love for the game.”
Officials are as keyed up as the
players until the game starts, he
added, and he must be prepared to
call the game. He must hustle and
he there with a play. He can see
much better what happens out on
the field than any spectator, Pugh
“Referees make mistakes, just
like anyone else,” said Pugh as he
explained the rulings and answered
questions concerning the game for
the Lions. “But his mistakes are
honest ones, and he is not wrong as
often as most spectators think.”
The Lions also made final plans
for bringing the blood mobile here
next week, as they met in the Me
morial Student Center. Posters
advertising the mobile unit and
asking for Aggie donors are being
placed on the campus.
3204 College Ave.
Attention Aggies!
Now under new management
Mrs. Margaret Kosek
Come In and see our new lines of merchandise-
all well known brands
(Located—Next To Campus Theatre)
Ever meet a fanatic?
He’s got just one thing uppermost in his mind.
If he’s looking for a job he’s thinking only of
pay or only of security. Reasonable men, how
ever, weigh these and many other factors when
they’re evaluating career possibilities. Such
factors as opportunity, challenging work, train
ing, professional associates—things fanatics
never bother to consider.
College Employment Supervisor
American Telephone and Telegraph Company
195 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y.
Please send me your free booklet, “Challenge and Opportunity
The Bell Telephone Companies have a book
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and Opportunity.” It’s not the sort of thing
that’ll make a fanatic’s eyes light up, but it
ought to interest a thoughtful young man-
whatever his college background-who is
weighing career possibilities. Get it from your
Placement Officer or send the coupon.
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