The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 31, 1962, Image 3

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BRYAN ACADEMY OF COSMETOLOGY 901 W. 26th TA 2-6273 TA 2-9401 Enroll For Classes Now Complete Beauty Service To The Public Shampoo & Set 75<t Hair Cut 75 Manicure 75tf All Permanents ’/z Price Tim Kennedy, Mgr. m /toil u M HL'Ei Ask lor Ridge Stereo THE QUILTED SPORTING JACKET FROM' THE “ICE AND SNOW" COLLECTION by martin OF CALIFORNIA A jacket with a double punch. The fabric? Dupont’s 65% Dacron® and 35% fine cotton, is quilted with Dacron fiber fill making it warm as toast but featherlight as well. Tha lining is made of Reeves Heathcote® poplin, 1 Zelan® finished for enduring water-repellency. The result is an original and ail purpose out- 1 door jacket that will take you smartly and comfortably from fall right through the cold est winter weather. Sizes: 36 to 46. LOU POTS North Gate U.S.D.A. Official Named Speaker Dr. M. R. Clarkson, associate administrator of the U. S. De partment of Agriculture’s Agri cultural Research Service, will be one of the main speakers at the A&M Century Study Convocation here Nov. 16. Clarkson will talk on “Veterinary Medicine — Our Responsibility to the Future” during the School of Veterinary Medicine portion of the overall convocation program. The convocation will honor form er students and members of the Century Council. The Century Council is a group of 100 Texans who recently completed recom mendations for A&M’s future ob jectives. Clarkson is a native of Ferndale, Wash. He holds BS and DVM de grees from Washington State Uni versity and an LDB degree from Georgetown University. He is a re cipient of the USDA’s Distinguish ed Service Award and the 12th International Veterinary Congress Prize. The veterinarian is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a member of the American Veteri nary Medical Association and other scientific and professional soci eties. Morning sessions of the Convo cation will include an open house and speakers in the schools of engineering, agriculture, arts and sciences and veterinary medicine. The afternoon program includes the main convocation, at which James E. Webb, administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, will be the prin cipal speaker. Also on the program will be a report from the A&M Boax-d of Directors. The document will pre sent goals and aspirations of the college through its 100th year of service in 1976. DR. M. R. CLARKSON AMONG THE PROFS Groneman Asked To Pen References Dr. Chris H. Groneman, head of the Department of Industi’ial Edu cation has been invited to serve as a contributing author for the “Encyclopedia Amexucana.” He will provide materials in the fields of woodwork, plywood and veneer for a revision of the “A- mericana.” Groneman has pi'epar- ed materials on these three topics, supplemented with suitable illus trative and photographic materials. ★ ★ ★ Dr. I. W. Rupel, head of the De partment of Dairy Science,- is at- Four Students Win Grants From Petroleum Companies Three winners of American Oil Co. scholarships have been an nounced by Dr. James D. Lindsay, head of the Department of Chem ical Engineering. Recipients of the $250 awards to chemical engineering students are: Larry Maddox, sophomore from College Station, who is a member of Squadron 15. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Maddox Jr., 1002 Munson. He is a member of Phi Eta Sigma and has been de signated a distinguished student two semesters. Gary D. Schroeder, of Grand Px-airie is also among the winners. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schroeder and a member of Tau Beta Pi, national engineering scholastic society. He is also a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Richard E. Rubac of Temple is the other winner. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil M. Rubac and a member of Phi Eta Sigma and the American Institute of Chemi cal Engineers. He has been de signated a distinguished student two semesters. Another chemical engineering major, John C. Holliman of Dallas, has been named recipient of the $500 Lubrizol Corp. scholarship. Holliman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Holliman, has been named a distinguished student four semesters and is a member of Phi Eta Sigma. He is also a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and Squad ron 9. LONDON CP)—Air Chief Mar shal Sir Philip Joubert, author of a cookery book titled “One Man’s Meat,” deplores the American way of eating. He describes this as “gulping down a couple of frozen cocktails, then smothexing your food with ketchup and galloping through it.” Sdi« PRO-EXECW/C ffo flillS &EFORE. SHAVE ^'°N No dripping, no spilling! Covers com p/e Old Spice Pro-Electric protects sens, t/ skin areas from razor pull, burn. Sets u P your beard for t/ie cleanest, closest, most comfortable shave ever! 1.00 s H U L TON Th *4r Seminars For Two Schools Planned Seminars for students in the School of Engineering and the School of Arts and Sciences are being planned. Dr. Wayne C. Hall, dean of the Graduate School, said Tuesday. The seminar for engineering students will be held Nov. 8 at 4:30 p.m. in the lecture room of the Geology Building. The arts and sciences seminar will be conducted Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ball Room of the MSC. tending the annual Dairy Indust ries Exposition at Atlantic City, N. J. President of the American Dairy Science Association, Rupel is visit ing the exposition’s annual con ventions of the Milk Industry Foundation, International Associa tion of Ice Cream Manxxfacturex-s, National Association of Retail Ice Cream Manufacturers and the Dairy Industries Supply Associa tion. Rupel said more than 20,000 per sons from evei’y state and many foreign countries are participating in the event. The huge show dis plays the latest developments in milk and dairy product processing equipment. It occupies all three levels of Atlantic City’s Convention Hall. Rupel attended the Daixy So ciety International luncheon pro gram at which Dx\ William B. Walsh, founder director of Project HOPE, was the main speaker. HOPE is an abbreviation for Health, Opportunities for People Everywhex-e, a people-to-people medical training mission now sta tioned in a Peruvian port. ★ ★ ★ Ten members of the Department of English plan to attend the an nual meeting of the South Central Modern Language Association at Texas Christian University Friday and Saturday. Planning to attend are Dr. John Q. Anderson, the department head; Dr. S. S. Morgan, Dx\ C. D. Laver- ty, Dr. L. J. Martin, Dr. H. E. Hierth, Dr. A. L. Bennett, Dx\ E. E. Stokes, L. B. Keel, J. F. Pierce and Mrs. E. E. McMahan. The Maiyland State House in Annapolis is the oldest state house now is use in the United States. It was first used in D79, while the Revolutilonary War was in pro gress. THE Wednesday, October 31, 1962 BATTALION College Station, Texas Pag* 3 Houston Chamber To Hear Dr. Timm Dr. Tyxuxs R. Timm, head of the Department of Agricultural Econ omics and Sociology, discussed the European Common Market at a luncheon meeting Wednesday in Houston. The Houston Chamber of Com merce Agriculture Comx-nittee and guests heard the economist talk on probable ECM effects upon Gulf Coast production of cattle, cotton, feed grains and rice. Timm is an international auth ority on agricultural economics. Last summex', he headed a task force of American economists on a tour of Europe to study the Com mon Market. SHOP AT A&M MEN’S SHOP Home of Distinctive Men’s Wear North Gate College Welcome To COACH NORTON’S PANCAKE HOUSE featuring Special Lunches Monday Thru Friday 11:30 til 2:00 Also Steaks, Shrimp and Other Fine Foods. East Gate Highway 6 So. BALTIMORE 65*)—Demolition of a building for urban renewal revealed a hand-lettered message beneath a false ceiling regarding the pres idential campaign—the campaign of 1868, that is. It read: “Vote for Ulysses S. Grant.” Scholar dollars travel farther with SHERATON HOTELS STUDENT-! FACULTY DISCOUNTS Save on the going prices of going places at Sheraton Hotels. Special save-money rates on singles and greater savings per person when you share a room with one, two or three friends. Generous group rates arranged for athletic teams, clubs and college clans on-the-go. For rates, reservations or fxirther information- «et in touch with: MR. PAT GREEN College Relations Depb Sheraton Corporation 470 Atlantic Avenue y (Boston 10. Mass. Nothing rasher for your hair than grease. Let Vitatis with V-7 keep your hair neat all day without grease. Naturally. V*7 is the greaseless grooming discovery. 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Call VI 6-6660. 23tfn CUX-X-EGE till-l-iS. available November 1st, across from A&M Golf Course, four room, one bedroom lower apartment, very nicely furnished, ample closet space, garage. Suitable for couple, two girls, or bachelors. $50.00 without utilities. VI 6- 5031 after 6 p. m. CONNALLY for GOVERNOR “Texas needs BIG JOHN” Stickers, buttons and literature available at Campus Headquar ters . . . North Gate (upstairs), across from Post Office. (Paid Political Ad) OFFICIAL NOTICES Official notices must be brought, mailed or telephoned so as to arrive in the Office of Student Publications (Ground Floor YMCA, VI 6-6415. horurs 8-12. 1-5, daily Mondr- ^ ' —■ — -■- deadli pul tio' January graduates their graduation ii her Cashier' ter. my iom begin ordering en- t!8 DEGREE FILING DEADLINE SET FOR OCTOBER 3L 1962 td s Office will complete their requirements fo: — by January 19, 1963. Advai candidates must file applicatit gree can both the Dean’s office. 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