The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 16, 1962, Image 4

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Faffs ' SJoflepe Sta+fort, Texa^ ^' Worlne^ny, May 1C, IDOI THE BATTALIOR 1 ' CG(l '“ J ^ Coaches See Bright Future Baseball coach T o m Chandler and track coach Charlie Thomas are both already eyeing the spring of 1903 with enthusiasm. Returning to their squads will be the nuclei of two of the best spring sports teams in Aggie his tory. One would have to leaf through many a page of archives to find an Aggie baseball team as young BfioSi yet as colorful as the one this season. And, except for leg injuries to four key performers, Thomas might be the reigning coach in SWC track. The Aggie baseballers compiled records of 18-7 for the season and 11-4 inside the conference. Against champion Texas and other SWC foes, Chandler started six sopho mores, not counting his three soph pitchers. Frank Stark at first base, Bill Grochett at second. Bill I Hancock at third, David Johnson at shortstop, Roger Crouch or I George Hargett in left field and Robert McAdams in right field all played regularly as first-year men. The sophomort* pitchers included Chuck McGuire, who was an all conference choice with a 5-2 won- lost record; Johnnie Crain (3-0) and Richard Roller (4-2). Only three performers, none of them regulars, are expected to be lost for next season. They are utility infielders John Burton and John Hudson, and pitcher Bob Col lins. Only throe seniors will be lost to Thomas’ squad next season — Thad Crooks, v> eight man Charles Tiemann and javelin thrower John Long. THIS WOMAN IS ONE OF THE TOP COMMUNISTS IN THE U.S. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn looks : like a kindly old grandmother.' |Yet she’s a hardened leader of 10,000 U.S. Communists. In this week’s Post, you’ll meet all the party bigwigs. And learn why the party is still a ! menace—despite itssmall size. TAe Saturday Evening EKXSTF JHAY 19 IS$U&/NOW <?N —SENIOR RING DA.NCE- —TUXEDOS— Rental Service In All Black or White Coats and Black Pants -ORDER TODAY— ZUBIKS Uniform Tailors North Gate BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES day Si 1 per word 14 per word weh additional day Minimum charao—404 DEADLINE 4 p.m. day bcforo publication Claasifled DDplay >04 per column inch each Insertion PHONE VI 6-<41> FOR RENT Unfurnished two bedroom bouse, newly redecorated, utility room, lurce yard, H08 Oak Street, S50.00. Phone VI 6-6528. 117tfn Two bedroom unfurnished house, near ,&M stornKe space and washer connectior >37.50, 400 Cooner. Phone VI 6-4456. 117t A&M storape space washer connection 18, fn One bedroom furnished house, available June 3, $40.00. VI G-6036 or VI 6-5634. 600 North Main, Collefco Station, lovely ig ti furniture, private entrance. VI 6-5544. three room apartment, coo] fan, modern 113tfn 600 North Main, College Station, Inrsre cool bedroom, private entrance, private bath. VI 6-6544. U3tfn One way trailers. Rent it here and leave it where you go. You save money by rentinR a trailer and have your furni ture with you when you get where you’re are with you when you get where yoi oinfr. See Baker Tire Co., TA 2-8159. 112112 SPECIAL NOTICE Electrolux sales i Williams, TA 3-6331. les and service. G. C, flOtfn Fish and picnic at Hilltop Lake. 9% miles on Hwy 6 south of College. Tables Snd ovens, clean place. 69tfn FEMALE HELP WANTED Waitress wanted. Experience not neces sary, must be over 18 years of age. Rood •wo; 8606 •y, must be over 18 years of aRc, Rood rkinR conditions. TrianRle Restaurant, )6 South ColleRe. 108tfn CHILD CARE Experienced personal care for children, larRe fenced yard, near campus. VI 6-4020. 116t4 Will keep children, all aRes, will pick up and deliver. VI 6-8151. llltfn /ill keep infant child or home. Contact TA 3-5129. lOGtfn HELP WANTED Wanted white lady for niRht shift, Tastee Freez, 103 Hiway 6 North VI 6-4827. iRht s , ColU ege Station 115t5 SOSOLIK’S T. V-, Radio, Phono., Car Radio Transistor Radio Service 713 S. Main - TA 2-1941 AGGIES NOTICE SAE 30 Motor Oils I 15* Qt. Major Brand Oils .... 27-31* Qt. For your parts and accessories AT a DISCOUNT See us— Plenty free parking opposite the courthouse. DISCOUNT AUTO PARTS Brake shoes, Fuel pumps. Water pumps. Generators, Starters, Solenoids, etc. Save 30 to 50% on just about any part for your Filters 40% discount AT JOE FAULK’S 25th and Washington COLLEGE MASTER VI 6-4988 YOUR DISTRIBUTOR FOR • EICO KITS • Garrard Changers- 0 HI-FI Components • Tape Recorders Use Our Time Payment Plan BRYAN RADIO & TV TA 2-4862 1301 S. College Ave. FOR SAL* Two n**w 1967 Pontnic nil trannistor rndioH, $35.00 ouch complete. Cnll TA 2- 1307 from 8 to 6. 117t3 1957 Oldsmobile, hard top atation wagon. Air and power. Cnll VI 6-4663. 117t5 rinR milk fed goats), delicious and outinRs, $5.75 each or Cnbritto (sprini for barbecues and outinRH, two for $11.00. Hanson’s Food Service. 2701 Texas Avenue, TA 2-1316. ce. 2701 llGtfn 1955 Chevrolet, two door, Bel-Air 6, power Rlide, heater, very Rood condition, $450. See D. R. Smith, Physics Department or Y-l-J Hensel. llGtfn Girls bicycle, Schwinn, 20 inch. Rood condition. VI 6-4066. 116tfn (1) One 1959 Ford Station WnRon, all metal, 8-cylinder, 9-pussenRer, 4-door. (2) Two 1960 Chevrolet Station WaRons, all metal, 8-cylinder, 9-passenRer, 4-door. May be inspected at the Housing Office, Tele phone VI 6-5713. Sealed bids will be re ceived in the Office of the Business Man ager, Richard Coke Building, until 10:30 a. m., May 28, 1962. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids and to waive any . .. .jj "usin — and all technicalities. Address Business Manager, A. and M. College of Texas, Col lege Station. Texas. 1 116t2 Golden blonde female Pekingese. 7049. VI 6- 115t3 1960 Fiat 600, excellent condition, 17,000 miles, bargain priced. See at X-4-G Hensel Kinmore wringer washer, $20.00. 603-A Culpepper after 6. 109tfn 1952 TD MG (classic), new tires, top, tunnel cover, paint, carpet. Completely overhauled. VI 6-6672. lOGtfn WORK WANTED Typing - electric typewriter. Experience: Secretary, business teacher. VI 6-8510. 85tfn WANTED Apartment manager wanted. Two stu dents experienced in painting and general repair work to live in apartment free this summer in exchange for repair and paint ing labor. Call J. B. Hervey, VI 6-5622 VI 6-5445. • ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL SUPPLIES • BLUE LINE PRINTS • BLUE PRINTS • PHOTOSTATS SCOATES INDUSTRIES 608 Old Sulphur Springs Road BRYAN. TEXAS NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES SERVICE & SUPPLIES By Authorized Dealer 1003 S. College Ave, Bryan, Tex. TA 2-4143 TYPEWRITERS Rentals-Sales-Service Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines CATES TYPEWRITER CO. 909 S. Main TA 2-6000 OFFICIAL NOTICES Official notices must be brought, mailed He, YMCA. VI 6-6416. hours 8-12, 1-5, daily Ifflcial not telephoned so as to arrive in the Office of Student Publications (Ground Floor ns to dicntii A jrt V. AA. . A 1 ft. ho... a AT Monday through Friday) at Monday through deadline of 1 p. publication — D1 tio; before the or m. of the day preceding rector of Student Publica- Nationnl Defense Student Loan applica tions for the school year 1962-63 are being at’(’opted and will be acted lir upon by the Loan Committee shortly after July 1. Application blanks are available at Room 306, Y.M.C.A. Building and should be sul>- itted by June 15. National Defense Loan Committee E. E. McQuillen, Chairman 11713 A list of candidates who are acndemicall clear for graduation will be posted in th lobby of the Richard Coke Building on ■ ar< be ally the Thursday, May 24 at 8 a. m. Each candi date is urged to consult this list to see if he is clei ear for graduation. leaders and ad' ry Units in th< ihs, and Techni- All student organization visors (this includes Milit, Cadet Corps, Hometown Clubs, and Techni cal Clubs) please come Finance Center, Memorial Student Center to file a new signature card of newly elected officers for the fall of 1962. If If you do not elect new officers until the fall semester of 1962, the finance officer for each organization must, make arrangements for an individual to legally handle funds for the organization during th - months. mot 25. orga; Plea; se take care ng the of this is by May MSC-Student Finance Center 112tl2 Regalia For The May Commencement Exercise ercise All students who are candidates for'the degree of Doctor of Philosophy ai*e re quired to order hoods as well as the doctor’s cap and gown. The hoods are to be left at the Registrar’s Office no later than 1:00 p. m., Tuesday. May 22 (this will be accomplished by a representative of the College Exchange Store). The Ph.D. hoods will not be worn in the procession since all such candidates will he hooded on the stage ns a part of the ceremonies. Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine will wear the doctor’s ap. gown and hood appropriate to this ca de; gree. Candidates for the Master’s Degree will wear the Master’s cap and gown. All civilian students who are candidates for th Bachelor’s Degree will wear the bachelor’, cap and gown. ROTC students who are candidates for the Bachelor’s Degree will wear the Class “A” cadet uniform in lieu of academic regalia. Senior boots are optional with the uniform. Rental of caps and gowns may be arranged with the Exchange Store. Orders • be placed between 8 :00 a. m. Tuesda; may be placed between 8 :00 a. m. Tuesday, May 1 and 12:00 noon Saturday, May 19. The rental is as follows: Doctor's cap and gown $5.25, Master’s cap and gown $4.75, Bachelor’s cap and gown $4.25. Hood rental is the same as that for cap and gown. A 2% Texas State Sales Tax is required in addition to these rentals. C. E. Tishler, Chairman Convocations Committee 108tl6 COLLEGE MASTER VI 6-4988 HOME & CAR RADIO REPAIRS SALES & SERVICE KEN’S RADIO & TV 303 W. 26th TA 2-2819 DR. G. A. SMITH OPTOMETRIST SPECIALIZING In EYB EXAMINATIONS and CONTACT LENSES BRYAN OPTICAL CLINIC 105 No. MAIN • BRYAN, TEXAS SHIPLEY DONUT & COFFEE SHOP For The Best Coffee & Freshest Donuts ANYWHERE Hamburgers — Short Orders — Fountain Service Cash Available For Books, Slide Rules, & Etc. 5,000 AGGIES CAN’T BE WRONG LOUPOT'S Spring Sports Fete To Honor 6 Team Six A&M athletic teams will be honored at the annual spring sports barbecue at The Grove Thursday at 6 p.m. Sponsoring the stag affair are the Brazos County A&M Club arid the A&M Athletic Department. Field Scovell, a former Aggie and vice-president of the South land Life Insurance Company of Dallas, will be the master-of-cere monies at the barbecue. Honored will be members of the Aggie baseball, track, golf, tennis, basketball and swimming teams. .Captains of the various teamsi receive awards. Other honors,i I eluding “most valuable” for < I of the various spring sport', be presented. The names of & recipients will be kept secreti; time for the presentations, Tickets to the spring sporfri becue are being sold by mem! of the Brazos County A&M (l They are also on sale in down Bryan at Conway and Comii the First State Bank, the Fi National Bank an^l Jarrott’sPk macy. U. M. ALEXANDER AND HANK FOLDBERG . . . co-sponsors of spring sports barbecue 4 Ags Make All-SWC Team Four Aggies have been named as members of the 13-man All- Southwest Conference baseball team. Shortstop David Johnson was among the five choices who received a unanimous vote. The others receiving votes from all the coaches were Texas’^pitch er Tom Belcher, his teammates second baseman Pat Rigby and left fielder Chuck Knutson, and Bay lor’s soph pitching ace, Frank Charton. Longhorn catcher Gary London won the spot, behind the plate, while Aggie catcher Bill Puckett gained votes as the second choice COLLEGE MASTER VI6-4988 in that position. Farmer hurler Chuck McGuire I joined Belcher ami Charton as one [ of the All-SWC pitchers. Ag first baseman Frank Stark was the conference pick in his po sition. Bill Hancock won the honors at third and, along with Johnson and Stark, the infield was all Aggie save for unopposed Rigby. Ed Kasper of Texas was named for third base and utility infielder and was picked for the utility spot. The outfield picks were Knut son in left, Bob Bigley of TCU in center and Rice’s Jim Fox at right. Baylor’s Tommy Letbetter got votes for each outfield slot and the utility position, as he won the latter. THE SAFE WAY to stay alert („ without harmful stimulants NoDoz keeps you mentally alert with the same safe re fresher found in coffee and tea. Yet NoDoz is faster, handier, more reliable. Abso lutely not habit-forming. Next time monotony make! you feel drowsy while driving, working or studying, do ai millions do .. . perk up with safe, effective NoDoz tablet!, Anolhei bn* pioduct ol Glove UboiHwM. 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