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Phi Zeta Initiates Eleven
Two faculty members and nine I Eta Chapter of Phi Zeta, a na-
students were initiated into the | tional honor society for veterinar-
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“SERVING TEXAS AGGIES”
ians, at a banquet held Monday
night at the Triangle Restaurant
Faculty members accepted were
Dr. T. E. Franklin of Amarillo,
the Department of Veterinary Mi
crobiology, and Dr. T. J. Galvin
of Hereford, an insructor in the
Department of Veterinary Para
Senior students accepted were
R. E. Abies of Fort Worth; J. R.
Berryman, Pampa; T. J. McLaugh
lin, Grand Prairie, and P. G. Smith
of Farmersville, La.
Juniors who became members
were J. A. Ellsworth, Dallas; C. W.
Graham, Thorndale; J. E. Smith,
Justin; W. D. Kent, Jr., Fluker,
La., and A. S. Mia of East Pakis
The guest speaker was Capt.
Johnie L. Reeves, deputy chief, ex
perimental toxicology branch,
Aviation School of Medicine at
Brooks Air Force Base. Capt.
Reeves, who graduated from A&M
in veterinary medicine in 1950,
discussed the role of the veteri
narian in aviation medicine.
Gty Attorney Asks
Council to Study
College Station City Attorney
C. E. Dillon was instructed by the
College Station City Council after
voting to study an ordinance per
taining to injuring or defacing
public buildings at a meeting of
the council Monday night.
Interest in the ordinance arises
from actp of vandalism including
swastika paintings which has oc
curred in College Station.
The Lone Star Gas Co. rate in
crease was given tciken approval.
The. increase, subject of about a
year’s fight on the state-wide scene,
will amount to 5.4 cents per 1,000
cubic feet of gas. It is scheduled
to go into effect on June 1, 1960.
The council also heard a report
on the Brazos County Youth Coun
seling Service’s activities.
Thursday, April 2S, I960
College Station, Texas
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be favored in the rough riding
Timekeepers will be Maj. J. C.
Wells and Dr. H. E. Redmond,
while John Gillfild and Dale Webb
will serve as judges. The arena
director will be Johnny Brown and
Tommy Barker will be the an
Teams competing will be Texas
University, TCU, East Texas State,
McNeese’ State, Sam Houston
State, Southwest Texas State, Ar
lington State, Texas A&I.
Tarleton State, University of
Houston, Blynn Junior College,
Wharton Junior College, Uvalde
Junior College, Stephen F. Austin,
Our Lady of the Lake, Trinity
Junior College and the Aggie team.
Festivity Opens Tomorrow
Two beauties entered in the annual Buccaneer Days Beauty
contest in Corpus Christi pose on the waterfront of the
Gulf coast city. The yearly celebration will run through
the coming week and close with a parade through the city
New Bryan-CS Chamber of Commerce
Contacts Thousands in High School
Johnny Podres of the Dodgers
beat the Giants three times with
out losing during 1959. His career
record is 10-10 against the Giants.
The Bryan-College Station
Chamber of Commerce A&M De
velopment Program has contacted
thousands of graduating seniors
across the state concerning enroll
ment in A&M last fall.
According to Lee Duewall, di-
reector of Student Publications who
made this statement at Tuesday
night’s board of directors meeting,
teams from A&M made four ap
pearances across the state at high
school career days and contacted
a total of 2,740 students.
Coupled with this, an orientation
session for 19 high school officials
was held on the campus in order
that public school counselors could
acquire necessary information to
continue their work.
Duewall explained that these ef
forts to increase A&M enrollment
would have been impossible with
out Cooperation from the Bryan-
College Station Chamber since
state law forbids allocation of
funds for publicity purposes.
In other action at the meeting,
Dr. W. R. Carmichael, Bryan
school superintendent, discussed
school growth in regard to the
$1.5 million school bond election
slated May 10.
He explained that increased en
rollment is necessitating the pro
posed increase in school facilities.
Called for in the program are two
elementary schools and a Negro
John Naylor, chairman of the
membership and funds committee,
told directors it is still too early
to draw any conclusion concerning
the membership drive now in prog
ress, but noted that the majority of
membership cards returned consti
tuted a higher percentage than is
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