The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 06, 1966, Image 3

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Easter Holidays See Rise In Tall Tales By Students i!" “—Jk Depopulation of the world is ■imminent if one. believes all the L J stories of dying- relatives college wV| profs are told just before a holi day. Easter holidays begin at A&M at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Everyone wants to leave early. The "excuses take heavily tolls i grandmothers, uncles and aunts. A death in the family is the old standby to get out of | Wednesday afternoon classes. “By my calculations, every car on the campus leaves four hours early,” remarked one engineer- | ing-oriented professor. Five days before the five-day | spring recess begins, two stu- | dents had come forward to miss his two-hour engineering draw ing class. A students hurried to his prof’s desk ohe morning, stating breath lessly: “Sammy died and I have to get right home.”' ' The prof looked askance but asked no questions. Had he asked, the instructor would have found Sammy was the family’s pet cat. Another' faint of breath cadet careened int6 class and plopped into a chair. The teacher looked at his dilated eyes, twitching fin gers and queried the student as to whether he should take the major quiz, set for the day be fore leave. The Aggie didn’t know. “How did you get yourself in this condidtion,” the prof asked, setting himself up. “I just finished my solo flight at Easterwood Airport,” the ca det quaked. Other miraculous excuses are born daily and will likely con tinue as long as future scientists apply their well-developed think ing systems to producing them. Pinkie Says... A record 14,122 visitors streamed onto the Texas A&M campus during March, announced Official Greeter P. L. (Pinkie) Downs Jr. Military Day and Military Ball activities March 5-6 pro vided the largest number of vis itors* for a single day, 5,000. An other 4,000 attended Career Day March 12. Downs says the March fig ure ups visitor totals to 1,039,- 786 since June 1, 1949, when he began keeping records. He esti mated visitors spent $21,835,506. Women in Love By D. H. Lawrence now at the WORLD OF BOOKS SHOPPE 207 S. Main Bryan 823-8366 Attention SENIOR & GRADUATE MEN Students—U. S. Citizens NEEDING NOMINAL FINANCIAL HELP TO COMPLETE THEIR EDUCA TION THIS ACADEMIC YEAR — AND THEN COMMENCE WORK — CO SIGNERS kBdUlAED. SEND TRANSCRIPT AND FULL DETAILS OF YOUR PLANS AND REQUIREMENTS TO STEVENS BROS. FOUNDATION, INC. 610-612 ENDICOTT BLDG.. ST. PAUL 1, MINN. A NON-PROFIT CORP. UNDERGRADS, CLIP AND SAVE JUST FOR PRACTICE Bill Key of Connally Funeral Home, Waco, plays the role of a patient as Bill Barrett, Spur fire chief, applies a head compress, and Instructor Ted Felds of Corpus Christi immobilizes a fractured leg. Students watch the action closely during an emergency care and transportation of the sick and injured course. Fifty persons spent three days in classrooms, operational practices and field exercises. A&M’s Firemen’s Training School hosted the group. To Address ATCU Connally Gov. John Connally will key note the 50th anniversary meet ing of the Association of Texas Colleges and Universities Thurs day, April 14 in Arlington. The three-day annual meeting at the Inn of the Six Flags will continue through April 16. Dr. Frank W. R. Hubert, dean of the College of Liberal Arts at A&M, is president of the ATCU, the only association in Texas that includes in its mem bership the private, independent, and church-related colleges as well as the tax-supported insti tutions. Organized in 1916, the associa tion now includes 100 institutions of higher education in Texas — public and private, junior and senior, church-related and inde pendent. “Investment in Man” is the theme for the conference, which will attract 300 college presi dents, deans and other education al leaders from throughout the state. The general session speakers for Friday April 15 the second day of the convention, include Dr. Durward B. Varner, chancellor of Oakland University in the Michi gan State University System,, and Dr. Wilson Elkins, president of the University of Maryland. Both Drs. Varner and Elkins are native Texans. Friday afternoon, the delegates will premiere a 28-minute tele vision film, “Investment in Man,” produced by the University of Texas Radio/Television for the Association of Texas Colleges and Universities. The film will take a brief backward look through 50 years, and then will call attention to the problems which confront Texas higher edu cation today. THE BATTALION Wednesday, April 6, 1966 College Station, Texas Page 3 Campus Briefs Students To Attend Public Affairs Meet Three sophomores will partici pate in the Principia College Pub lic Affairs Conference April 13-16 at Elsah, 111. Paul E. Lockey of Laredo, Lewis G. Venator of Houston, and John W. Morgan of Fort Bragg, N. C., will join campus leaders of the nation in discussing the topic: “Reappraisal ’66: A New Re sponse for Today’s Communism”. Faculty advisor J. Wayne Stark said alternates are Patrick G. Rehmet of Alice and Kevin A. Rinard of San Antonio. Police School Begins Session The Engineering Extension Service in cooperation with How ard County Junior College is hosting the Southwest Academy for Law Enforcement Officers, Police Training Division Coordi nator Wallace D. Beasley re ported. Beasley said the Big Spring training school is in session until April 29. Among the phases of general law enforcement to be taught are public relations, narcotics, search and seizure. Time will also be devoted to criminal law, laws of arrest, rules of evidence, case preparation, criminal investi gation, the code of criminal pro cedure, traffic law, traffic law enforcement and accident inves tigation. YMCA Director To Attend Conference YMCA General Secretary J. Gordon Gay will attend the nineteenth annual conference of the- National Association of Col- at Moffett Field Ames Research Lab at San Francisco, Calif. Five persons are at the 17th annual Thin Shells Symposium at the University of Houston. Drs. Thomas J. Kozik, James Strick lin and Harry Sweet are faculty members in attendance. Gradu ate students at the three-day meeting are Donald T. Hunter of Houston and Ernest Chaput of Omaha, Neb. LT. JOHN NEWMAN Lt. Newman Wins Air Force Medal The Air Force Commendation Medal was presented to 1st Lt. John D. Newman Monday. An Air Force Institute of Tech nology student at A&M working on an advanced degree in com puter science, Newman was dec orated by Col. Raymond C. Lee, professor of aerospace studies. Newman was cited for proper ty accounting service with the BATTALION CLASSIFIED — ' 'i- ' J : ’ Political ! Announcements Subject to action of the Dem ocratic Primary May 7, 1966. For Congressman, Sixth Con gressional District: OLIN E TEAGUE (Re*Election) For County Clerk: FRANK J. BORISKIE I. N. (IRA) KELLEY WANT AD RATES In* day ....... per word 3e per word each additional day Minimum charge—5Gc DEADLINE 4 p.m. day before publication Classified Display 90e‘ per column inch each insertion SPECIAL NOTICE Certain bool$s have been taken by mis- ike from the Mobile library in M.S.C. ountain Rotom. If these books could be sing ountain Kotom. If these books could eturned to Mobile library or the Brow library, we would be most appreciativ< they are memorial gifts. t icycl buy, sell, and trade new radios (bicycles, tsepe- recorders, radios, V., refrigerators,' air conditioi VHITE AUTO STORE, College — and used stereos. ers, etc. Station, income tax ACCOUNTING B. B. TRANT Phone 846-7842 i»v For BEST RESULTS TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED •• \ ■ • .■ •: ^ v ■. Havoline, Enco, Ama lie, ConocD ...... 30c qt. Win a 196i5''motor manual. Come in and register. 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IBM Executive type writers, Professional Typists, Glidewell Secretarial Service, 2007 South College Avenue, Phone 823-1693. 274tfn NOTICE Designations as to sex in our Help Wanted and Employment Agency columns are made only (1) to indicate bona fide occupa tional qualifications for employment which an employer regards as reasonably neces sary to the normal operation of his business or enterprise, or (2) as a convenience to our readers to let them know which posi tions the advertiser believes would be of more interest to one sex than the other because of the work involved. Such desig nations shall not be taken to indicate that any advertiser intends or practices any un lawful preference, limitation, specification or discrimination in employment practices. Typing, 823-6410. 207tfn CHILD CARE Child care, all ages. Baby food fur nished. 846-8151. 257tfn HELP WANTED Gregory’s Day Nursery—846-4005. 218tfn Excellent Opportunity For male student, at least 21, who can work 2 or 3 hours per week and earn $50 to $75 dollars per week. Car not necessary. Must be of excellent char acter. If interested, please write to Robert Payne P. O. Box 66527, Houston, Texas 294t9 HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CEN TER, 3406 South College, State Licensed. 823-8626, Virginia D. Jones, R. N. 99tfn FOR RENT Home, 203 Suffolk, 6 rooms, central heated, air conditioned. Call 846-8549. 295tl STATE MOTEL, rooms and kitchen, day and weekly rate, near the University, 846- 5410. 262tfn SUMMER JOBS IN ALASKA ARE PROFITABLE. Listings of Company names and addresses: $1.00 to Denis Rydjeski: C/O E. R. 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REPORTS, THESES, DISSERTATIONS Miscellaneous Typing BARBARA ROBISON 332 Jersey Street, College Station, Tex. PHONE: 846-5832 GIL’S RADIO & TV Sales: Curtis Mathis, Westinghouse Service: All makes and models, including color T. V. & multiplex F M 2403 S. College 822-0826 TRANSMISSIONS REPAIRED & EXCHANGED Completely Gnaranteed LOWEST PRICES 118 S. Bryan —Bryan— 822-6874 DAMAGED and UNCLAIMED FREIGHT (New Merchandise) Furniture, Appliances. Bedding, Tables, etc. A little of everything. C & D SALVAGE E. 32nd Tabor 822-0605 SOSOLIKS TY & RADIO SERVICE Zenith - Color & B&W - TV All Makes - TV - Repaired 713 S. Main 822-1941 • Watch Repair • Jewelry Repair • Diamond Senior Rings • Senior Rings Refinished C. W. Varner & Sons Jewelers North Gate 846-5810 TYPEWRITERS Rentals-Sales-Service Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines CATES TYPEWRITER CO. 909 S. 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THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Stewart, Frank Edwin Degree: Doctor of Philosophy in Physics Dissertation : EPR and Spectrophotometric Study of TCNE Charge - Transfer Com plexes Time: April 12, 1966 at 3:30 p. m. Place: Room 146 in Physics Bldg. Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 295tl SENIOR RING ORDERS from under graduates with 95 hours of credit will be accepted April 18 - May 31. Hours passed on preliminary grade report April 4 may be used. Ring clerk on duty in Registrar’s Office 8 a. m. - Noon, Monday - Friday. Leave name now for record check—save time when ordering. H. L. HEATON, Director of Admissions and Registrar 284t36 ENGLISH PROFICIENCY EXAM re quired of all junior Education or Psychol ogy majors, will be offered from 3-5 p. m., April 12 and April 15 in Academic 401. 281tfn KEN’S RADIO & TV 822-2819 303 W. 26th HOME & CAR RADIO REPAIRS SALES & SERVICE AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College 823-8051 AUTO REPAIRS All Makes Just Say: “Charge It” Cade Motor Co. Ford Dealer Cecil Set: We meet all advertised prices on Major Brand Oils. No Limit. Filters % Price — All Sizes. 100% new oil 10£ qt. All Brands Motor Oil Wholesale Prices. BRYAN OIL WHSE. 805 N College (Highway 6, N) at 19th Cadets Named For AF Grants Sixty Air Force ROTC cadets are being nominated for Air Force Financial Assistance Grants. Grants are offered to attract capable students with specific skills and abilities to the Air Force, explained Col. Raymond C. Lee, professor of aerospace studies. Inception of the program this year allows one award to a fully qualified senior cadet per detachment. The two-year grant pays re quired fees and tuition, $75 per year for books and $50 a month. Grants go primarily to cadets entering the third year of a four-year AFROTC program. A&M’s nominated cadets have satisfied minimum qualifications of at least a 1.88 grade point ratio on a 3.0 scale, 30. per cent score on the officer qualifying test, and physical, personal and moral at tributes expected of Air Force Officers. Awards are based on individ ual performance and qualifica tions, with each recipient review ed periodically, Lee noted. A central selection board at AFROTC Headquarters will de termine recipients. Selection will be announced by May 15. Un selected nominees will be consid ered as alternates or for scholar ships later vacated. lege and University Chaplains and Directors of Religious Life April 11-14. Gay said the NACUC meeting, at Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., will provide a val uable opportunity to get ideas for program material which can be adopted at A&M. This year the group’s theme is “The Secular Campus — The Christian Presence.” Around 130 representatives will participate. BA Profs Attend Science Meeting Three faculty members from the College of Business Admin istration will participate in the annual Southwestern Social Sci ence Association conference in New Orleans Thursday through Saturday. Drs. John E. Pearson, director of the school of business adminis tration, William A. Luker and Robert Stevenson will be discus sants. Also attending are Walter Manning, Allen Porter, Dr. Rich ard Cherry, Dr. George Rice, Her bert Thompson, Dr. Leonard Bur gess, Omer Jenkins, Gene Dippel, Ted Anthony, John Vanlngen, Dr. W. C. House and John Wynn. A&M Represented In Aero Conferences Four professors and two stu dents in the Aerospace Engineer ing Department are attending conferences this week. Department Head A. E. Cronk is participating in an NASA con ference on the V/STOL aircraft CLOSE OUT SALE on A&M Student-Staff Directories 50- Each While They Last The only complete roster of hometown addresses. 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