The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, June 18, 1964, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION College Station, Texas Thursday, June 18, 1964 Hardy Is Leader Of 1930 Vet Class There is little doubt that Dr. W. T. Hardy, superintendent of the Ranch Experiment Station at Sonora, is the head man of A&M’s veterinary medicine Class of 1930. Unofficially, he is class presi dent, first, second and third vice president, secretary, treasurer, re porter and historian. When the class of 1930 holds a reunion, there is always 100 percent participa tion under Dr. Hardy’s leadership as program chairman. When A&M held its annual Con ference for Veterinarians, at the university in May, the man from Gay Awarded F ellowship Lloyd W. Gay, son of Gordon Gay, Coordinator of Religious Life at A&M, has been awarded a Spe cial Fellowship by the U. S. Public Health Service, Division of Air Pollution. The award consists of a stipend and a research grant to Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. Gay plans a career in research in forest climatology. Sonora stepped up to the registra tion desk and announces, “I want to pay the tab for the entire class of 1930 at the alumni luncheon.” Then he plunked down $2.50. “But sir,” the lady at the desk said incredulously, “buying tickets for the whole class of 1930 will take more money than that. The tickets are two dollars and fifty cents each.” “No it won’t,” Hardy said with a widening grin, his joke almost complete. “I’m the only person who graduated in veterinary medi cine at A&M in 1930. I’m the whole class.” Looking back to those days more than 34 years ago, the veterinarian recalls that there was only nine students in his freshman class. He also recalled the graduation exercises. Dr. Mark Francis, then dean of the School of Veterinary Medicine, called for the “class” to stand and prepare to receive the coveted DVM degree. The recipient stood alone, with hun dreds of eyes turned in his di rection. “Come get it, Hardy,” Dr. Francis barked. SPECIALS Regular Mexican Dinner—Fried Bean Rice, Tamales, Enchiladas, Taco and Choice Soft Tortillas or Crisp Tortil las, Crackers or Bread. Reg. Price $1.00 Come Early No Orders To Go Please Air Conditioned Chapultepec Thursday thru Sunday Across the Street From Ramada Inn ‘You Don’t Say’ Gov. John Connally, right, seems to be puzzled by some thing Lt Gov. Preston Smith told him as the pair attended a dinner honoring Connally on the eve of the Texas Demo cratic Convention in Houston. (AP Wirephoto) ■ AMONG THE PROFS Research Trip To Take Profs Around The World Three members of the Depart ment of Agricultural Economics and Sociology will leave here late this summer on a research trip that will eventually take tv/o of them around the world. The travelers are Arun Kumar Mitra, research assistant; Dr. John G. McNeely, professor; and Dr. Kenneth Tefertiller, associate pro fessor. The trip is primarily for Mitra, whose hometown is Calcutta, India. He will visit farmers in the area, gather material for his doctoral dissertation and then return to A&M. McNeely and Tefertiller, who who also will tend to other profes sional business on the trip, will help Mitra assemble and tabulate the information for processing by A&M’s electronic computers. 37 High School Students To Attend Special Course Thirty-seven high school stu dents from 15 states have been accepted for a special geology course at A&M University in co- peration with the National Sci ence Foundation. Fred Smith of A&M’s Depart ment of Geology said the six- week course will involve a general survey of geology with laboratory practice in problem solving. The students will visit several locations in Texas and Oklahoma in search of different kinds of rocks and minerals. The course begins July 13 and continues thorugh Aug. 21. To be accepted, students must rank in the top 10 per cent of their class, score satisfactorily on a bat tery of tests and be recommended by their high school teachers. Smith said. Committee Awards $400 Scholarship Keith B. Ward, Jr., a senior phy sics major from Wichita Falls, has been awarded a $400 scholar ship from A&M University’s Great Issues Committee. A distinguished student, Ward’s selection was made on the basis of high academic standing, work in extracurricular activities and his contribution to university pro grams. The Great Issues Committee is a student group responsible for the university’s entertainment and cultural programs. Ward, an outstanding member of the Corps of Cadets, is the son of Mrs. Alice C. Ward of 2906 Cun ningham St., Wichita Falls. The idea, Tefertiller says, is to determine what size of farming operation is required to earn an income comparable to the farmer’s opportunity in non-farm employ ment. ★ ★ ★ Dr. Bennie J. Camp, associate professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Nutrition, has been awarded a certificate as Honorary Fellow of the American College of Veterinary Toxicolo gists. He is the first person in the organization’s history to receive an honorary fellowship. The award went to Camp in recognition of his studies on the chemistry of toxic plants, which cause huge livestock losses each year in Texas and other states. The scientist’s work has been in collaboration with Dr. James W. Dollahite, associate professor in the College of Veterinary Medi cine. Presentation of the fellowship was made by Dr. R. D. Radeleff, president of the ACVT and veteri narian in charge of the U. S. De partment of Agriculture’s Animal Disease and Parasite Research Di vision at Kerrville, Texas. ★ ★ ★ Two members of the Depart ment of Aerospace Engineering were present Wednesday when Ling-Tempco-Vought displayed its experimental vertical takeoff air plane, known as the XC-142A. A. E. 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The cargo-type plane is designed to lift vertically and reach a speed of 400 miles-per-hour. ★ ★ ★ Dr. John Paul Abbott, distin guished professor of English, re turned to campus Monday after leading a seminar session in Wash- ington, D. C. He discussed “The Role of Com munication in Management” at a session of the continuing “Top Management Seminar” sponsorei for civil service and military per sonnel by the Army Management Engineering Training Agency. The professor has spoken pre viously at other sessions of the continuing seminar. Abbott alsi is a veteran faculty member ol the annual Executive Development Course held here under sponsor ship of the School of Business Administration. ★ ★ ★ A paper on the College o! Veterinary Medicine’s trimester plan is being presented by Dean A. A. Price during a symposium at Michigan State University Wed nesday through Saturday. Also attending from here will be Dr, M. R. Calliham and Dr. T. J. Gal vin. The symposium on veterinary education is sponsored by tire Council of Education of the Ameri can Veterinary Medical Associa tion and the Association of Ameri can Veterinary Medical Colleges. Texas Teens Need Money Management Many Texas teenagers don't know how to use money wisely, And many parents fail to provide an opportunity for young people to learn money management. Dr. Bardin Nelson, who pre sently is on leave from the A&M Agricultural Economics and Soci ology Department to assist with the establishment of an agricul- Jniver tural university in Syria, con ducted the research. Three-fourths of the parents of 15 and 16-year-olds studiedly Dr. Nelson followed a system of doles or dictated method of pro viding their children with money, Even with limited allowances, parents should provide the child with a bit more money than is absolutely necessary, so there is an opportunity to make choices about spending money, points out Miss Reynolds. 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