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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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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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
Recipients of the $250 awards
to chemical engineering students
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
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
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
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
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Seminars For Two
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,
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
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
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.
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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
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
Wednesday, October 31, 1962
College Station, Texas
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
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
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