The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 05, 1957, Image 6

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The Battalion -> PAGE 6 College Station (Brazos County), Texas Tuesday, November 5, 195? "Hasty Heart* Has Smooth First Nigh t. By WELTON JONES Starting slow bnt gaining enough speed for a solid finish, the cast of “The Hasty Heart”, an Aggie Players production, presented a smoothly-rounded product to a nearly full first night house in the Memorial Student Center last night. Sparked by the explosive acting of David Dannenbaum and stead ied by the calm sweetness of Alice Gene Butler, the cast, called “in experienced” previously, visibly gained confidence as the evening progressed. John Patrick’s play of patients in a World War II British field hospital contains some muddled motivations and stretches the im agination rather often, but the Players gave it a creditable air ing. Don R. Reynolds, in the major role of the misanthrope Scottish sergeant who is unaware that he will die within a few weeks, brought a convincing brogue to the role, but seemed to lack under- SERVING BRYAN and COLLEGE STATION standing of the man’s tortured per sonality. Dannenbaum put the stamp of authority on the role of Yank, the wounded American ambulance driv er who finally persuades Lachie (Reynolds) to soften his views for ward mankind. Yank’s furious denouncement of Lachie’s stubborness which ends with a ringing “1 wouldn’t save you if I could!”, as interpreted by Dannenbaum, probably ranks with the best speeches ever de livered by a member of the Aggie Players. Alice Gene Butler, well known locally as a vocal artist, succeed ed well in her first dramatic role. She even sang one bit of a song, which ended far too soon in her rich contralto voice. C. K. Esten’s directorship show ed in the tightness and tempo of the production. The sets and cos tumes, although adequate, were un inspired. The show will be presented twice more, tonight and tomorrow night, at 8. Tickets are $.75 per person, and may be purchased at the door. From A&M Ait end Area Teachers Meet A SAM HOUSTON ZEPHYR Lv. N. Zulch 10:08 et.m. Ar. Dallas • • 12:47 p.m. Lv. N. Zulch . 7:28 p.m. Ar. Houston • 9:15 p.m. FORT WORTH and DENVER RAILWAY N. L. CRYAR, Agent Phone 15 • NORTH ZULCH Why Pay More ? Use GLIDDENS ULTRA PROFESSIONAL Rubberized All-Purpose PAINT — 12 colors — $4.75 per gallon CHAPMAN’S IN BRYAN Six A&M professors have returned from a meeting of the Southwestern region sec tion of the American Associa tion of University Professors where they discussed the economic status of the profession, faculty participation in college govern ment and the recruitment of quali fied college teachers as enroll ments increase in the future. Professors Robert H. Fletcher, mechanical engineering, Jack T. Kent, mathematics, William F. Adams, mechanical drawing, John Q. Hays, English, Sewell H. Hop kins, biology and Melvin M. Rotsch, architecture, attended the two-day meeting held at the biological laboratories of the University of Oklahoma at Lake Texoma last Saturday and Sunday. Kent is the retiring vice-presi dent of the regional organization. Fletcher, president of the A&M Chapter of AAUP, was named to the executive committee of the regional group. The purpose of the AAUP, a professional organization of college and university teachers and re search scholars in all departments, is to advance the standards, ideals and economic welfare of the teach ing profession, and to unite its membership in serving the interests of higher education. Special Service Here Friday DYERS-FUR STORAGE HATTERS ROLAND DANSBY ’31 For Your Convenience—Pick Up Station AT TAYLOR’S VARIETY STORE Newmanites Hear Panel On Knights A panel discussion-on the Knights of Columbus highlighted the weekly meeting of the A&M Newman Club held Sunday morning at St. Mary’s Student Center. Panel members were Jerome Zubik, Grand Deputy Knight of the local area and a College Station businessman, and students Frank Bailey and A1 Kirst. Phil Haas moderated. Round slices of orange on salad greens with onion rings and French dressing make a delightful salad; when you have green onions (scal lions) iii the refrigerator slice them diagonally and substitute them for the onion rings. Include some of the green top of the scallions. BA TTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES One day 3<f per word Ztj: per word each additional day Minimum charge—40^ DEADLINES 6 p.m. day before publication , Classified Display 80<i per column inch each insertion PHONE VI 6-0415 FOR SALE Frigidaire $30; range $15; space heater $15; bathroom heater $1.50; garbage can $1.50. Ask for Mrs. Burnett, VI 6-7524, before 5. 43t2 Aggies—Buy dresses for your mothers, wives and girl friends now. See your Fashion Frocks Inc. representative, Jack Swann, Dorm 14, Room 316, or call VI 6-996. 43t2 Three fiber rugs approximately 9x12. VI 6-7000. ‘ 43t3 Good practice piano. VI 6-5104. 40t7 1953 Ford Fordomatic six or Ford V-8 with overdrive. Four- door, white wall tires, radio and heater. 603-A East 28th. 40t5 FOR SALE OR TRADE cept any 6-5409. reasonable offer. FOR RENT 6-5427. 2108 Cavitt Drive, Bryan. ed, in Bryan. Call VI 6-5638. Shop. SPECIAL NOTICE Do you problem ? have Let a rental DOCTOR Two bedroom frame, wooded lot 70x135. $7400. 2201 Wilhelm, phone TA 2-4523. 40t5 IF YOU GOTTA GO, WHY NOT GO FIRST CLASS ? An insurance policy for any size halo, . . Eugene Rush, North Gate. 28tfn repairing, repainting, decorating and remodeling to your sati tion at reasonable rates. Call DOC TOR FIXIT at MARION PL LUMBER COMPANY. Phone 6-5711 today. 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Executive type gives re ports, thesis, lab manuals, etc., that professional look. ZOST THE PRINTER, 115 Walton Dr. (East Gate), Phone VI 6-6128 or VI 6-4874. 33tfn Typing (any size ,?ob), mimeo graphing, complete office facilities. B I - C I T Y SECRETARIAL AN SWERING SERVICE, 3408A Tex as Ave., Phone VI 6-5786. 15tl8 Neat, accurate typist desires typing to do in my home. Own electric typewriter. Call VI 6-5805. Day nursery for working moth ers. Call Mrs. Redding, VI 6-4892. 271tfn Kitchen remodeling, cupboard work, interior painting. VI 6-7265. 258tfn OFFICIAL NOTICES Official notices must he hroupht, mailed, or telephoned so as to arrive In the Office of Student Publications (Ground Floor YMCA, VI 6-6415. hours 8-12, 1-5, daily Monday thrmigrh Friday) at or before the deadline* of 1 p.m. of the day preceedinjr publication — Director of Student Publica tions One of the leading 2-year-olds in France is Neptune, an Ameri can-bred owned by Mrs. P.A.B. Widener. He is among the first crop of Crafty Admiral. Dr. Carlton R. Lee OPTOMETRIST SOSA East 26th Call TA 2-1662 for Appointment (Across from Court House) Leave your clothes while you shop at- MRS. BROWN’S LAUNDERETTE SOLTH SIDE ADDITION COLLEGE STATION FOR better washing, drying and faster service! RADIO & TV SERVICE BY SOSOLIK 713 S. MAIN Across from Railroad Tower Our Policy—You must be Satisfied TA 2-1941 — BRYAN JOE FAULK for — • Furniture © Auto Parts ® Hotpoint Appliances @ Dixie Range © Mathes Air Conditioners ® Dearborn Heaters @ GE Small Appliances 214 N. Bryan Cavitt at Coulter JOE FAULK ’32 — Owne ^J^fo t CL r A A CACL £I , # Where the Art of e t e ri ci Cooking Is Not Lost I Fifty local women gathered Fri day morning at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church to observe World Community Day. “A Litany of Bread, Freedom and Dignity” was the theme for the program, led by Mrs. Ed Svendsen and sponsored by the College Station Council of Church Women. A dramatic presentation entitled “New Horizons” was given by Mrs. J. B. Baty, Mrs. Theodore Yantis, Mrs. R. L. Andrews and Mrs. W. D. Hardesty. The Harmony Singers, directed by Mrs. J. C. Stewart, furnished special music, and Mrs. C. W. Sim mons served as organist. Ushers were Mrs. Charles Haas, Mrs. Herbert Schleider, Mrs. Har vey Oakes and Mrs. J. R. Hildreth. Pastor Ed Svendsen bf Our Saviour’s Church installed these new Council officers: Mrs. Harold Sorensen, president; Mrs. Robert Bossier, first vice president; Mrs. W. O. Parker, second vice president, Mrs, Ira Scott, secretary and Mrs. Robert Andrews, treasurer. World Community Day is spon sored annually by the United Church Women of the Nationali Council of Churches. The “Parcels for Peace” brought by women attending the service will be sent to men, women and children in refugee camps in the Middle East and Southeast Asia. SOCIAL WHIRL A social is planned by Geology Wives for 8 p. m. Wednesday in the Anderson room of the YMCA. Cards, scrabble and other games will bd played. :|: :{t :Jc Wildlife Management Wives will meet for a cooking demonstration at 7:30 p. m. today at the Lone Star Gas Company, 201 East 27th in Bryan. All members are urged to attend. * * * A movie, “We are the Aggies,” will be shown at the meeting of Civil Engineering Student Wives at 8 p. m. Wednesday in the south solarium of the YMCA. Refresh ments will be served by Elaine Wardlaw and Pat Molk. An afternoon of bridge will be enjoyed by members of the New comers Club Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Joe Davis, 410 Throckmorton on the campus. Guests will gather at 2 p. m. Mrs. E. L. Angell will be on hand to help organize a beginners bridge club. New officers for the Agricultural Engineering Wives Club are Mrs. Imogen© Neumann, president; Mrs. Clara Kurtz, vice president and - program chairman; Mrs. Annie Watson, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Marlene Bryan, reporter; Mrs. Edith Reeves, Aggie Wives Council representative. * * * * Oceanography and Meteorology Student Wives Club will hold a business and social meeting at 8 tonight in the south solarium of the YMCA. Films of Africa will be shown. Visiting Minister To Address Aggies The Rev. Eddie Shaw, director of the Wesley Fellowship at Rice Institute, will speak on “Our Com mon Heritage” at 7:15 p. m. Wednesday at the A&M Presby terian Student Center. Meeting together for the talk will be the Disciples of Christ, Episcopalians, Lutherans, Presby terians, Methodists and members of the United Church of Christ. After the talk coffee will be served. Woman’s Auxiliary Of St. Thomas Sets Mexican Supper The annual TAMALADA Mex ican supper sponsored by the Woman’s Auxiliary of St. Thomas Episcopal Church is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 21, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the church. Tickets at $1.25 for adults and 50 cents for children under 12 may be obtained at the church office, VI 6-6133. All tickets must be purchased by Nov. 17, and none will be sold at the door. Funds raised from the supper go to support the missionary activities of the Woman’s Auxiliary. Mrs. David Yarbourgh is general chairman. Committee chairmen are Mrs. W. J. Newcomb, tickets; Mrs. Fred Smith, hostesses; Mrs. James Dozier, arrangements, and Mrs. Rolla Griffith, supplies. Many cooks like to use fruit that is slightly underripe when they ai’e pi’eparing peach preserves. FOR THAT NEW SHOE LOOK WITH OLD SHOE COMFORT SEE COURT’S Shoes — Shoe Repairs North Gate Lambda Omega Rho Some fraternities get athletes. Some get brains. 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