The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 15, 1966, Image 4

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College Station, Texas Friday, April 15, 1966 Page 4 THE BATTALION Second-Ranked Aggies Clash With Mustangs The Texas Aggies, second- ranked nationally and holding the hot spot on the Southwest Con ference chart, plan to show the Southern Methodist Ponies the fine art of winning baseball with games Friday and Saturday in Dallas. Catapulting from sixth to the runner-up spot in the Associated Press collegiate poll, A&M boasts a 5-1 SWC mark and 16-3-1 over all. Southern California clutches No. 1 nationally with 338 ballot points and 14 first-place lots to 290 and eight for the Aggies. Arch-rival Texas ranks sixth in the nation and stands one-half game behind A&M in league play. Pitching and hitting are the Ag- ' gies’ cup of tea and they lead the conference teamwise on both ac counts with a .295 batting aver age and a 5-1 hurling skein. The Mustangs’ credentials look rather puny next to the Ag bat men. SMU co-holds the cellar with Rice, sporting a 1-5 record. Pony team batting scrapes the bottom with a .194 average. BATTALION CLASSIFIED 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 Oim tar par word Id par ward aach additional day Minimum charge—56* DEADLINE 4 p.m. day befora publication Claiaified Display >0* per column inch aach insertion FOR SALE '63 Chevy, super sport, silver, bucket seats, air conditioned, auto transmission in floor, good tires, $1295. 846-4159 after 12:00. 298t2 Excellent Senior Boots, size 9 1 /i-10. R. F. Richardson, Dorm 21-401. 298tl 1963 Volkswagen. Call 846-8167, see at A-4-X C.V. 296t8 For FIFTY CENTS you can buy a complete hometown roster of your friends. Closeout sale on Student Directories . . . abailable from Student Publications, basement YMCA. 294tl3 Electrolux Sales and Service. G. C. Wil liams, 1105 E. 28th St. Bryan. Phone 823-5331. 268tfn FOR RENT Three bedroom completely furnished house includes freezer and dryer, $130 per month, 846-6311. 297tfn Furnished one bedroom apartment, cen tral heat and air conditioned, close to campus. Call 846-5711 before 5:00 — 846- 8433 after 5 :00. 296tfn STATE MOTEL, rooms and kitchen, day and weekly rate, near the University, 846- 5410. 262tfn VICTORIAN APARTMENTS Midway between Bryan & A&M University • All General Electric built-ins • 1 & 2 bedrooms with 1 or 1 Vi baths • Central heat & air • Large walk-in closets • Beautiful courtyard with swimming pool • Carpets & Drapes • Carports & laundry facilities • Furnished or unfurnished • Resident manager. Apt. 1 401 Lake Phone 822-2035 154tfn CHILD CARE Child care, all ages. Baby food fur nished. 846-8161. 257tfn Gregory’s Day Nursery—846-4005. 218tfn HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CEN TER, 3406 South College, State Licensed. 823-8626. Virginia D. Jones, R. N. 99tfn TRANSMISSIONS REPAIRED & EXCHANGED Completely Guaranteed LOWEST PRICES 118 S. Bryan —Bryan— 822-6874 REPORTS, THESES, DISSERTATIONS Miscellaneous Typing BARBARA ROBISON 332 Jersey Street, College Station, Tex. PHONE: 846-5832 HOME & CAR RADIO REPAIRS SALES & SERVICE KEN’S RADIO & TV 303 W. 26th 822-2819 Havoline, Enco, Ama lie, Conoco 30c qt. Where low oil prices originate. All brands Wholesale Parts Wholesale Too Quantity Right Reserved Filter % Price (most cars) Carpet, Nylon Front & Rear $30.00 Value Now $16.95 Shock Absorbers Installed Most Cars $4.79 Latex interior paint gal. .. $2.59 Mufflers—Chevy, other many models $5.98 Brake shoes—most cars exchange $2.90 We carry several thousand parts. You never pay list price for good parts. Trade where most Aggies and others trade. 20 years in Bryan. Quality Oil lOtf qt. Auto trans. oil 29# AC - Champion - Autolite plugs Tires—Low price every day — Just check our price with any other of equal quality. Your Friedrich Dealer Joe Faulk Auto Parts 220 E. 25th Bryan, Texas JOE FAULK ’32 20 years in Bryan SPECIAL NOTICE LOST DANCE LAKE VIE W Friday, April 15 CHAMPAGNE BROS. Favre Leuba Swiss Wrist Watch in Physics Bldg. If found contact Dr. R. K. Umerjee, Physics. 298t2 EMPLOYMENT 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. Saturday, April 16 PERK WILLIAMS and THE WESTERN SWINGSTERS Admission $1.50 per person Save up to 40% on auto parts, tiree, bat teries, seat covers, mufflers, tail pipes and accessories. SEE WHITE AUTO STORE, College Station. 846-5626. HELP WANTED Lady for general housework Wednesday or Friday, 846-3271. 297tfn INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING B. B. TRANT Phone 846-7842 Counselors and riding instructors needed for summer employment on Eastern Boy’s Riding Ranch. Applicants must be 19 years or over and have riding experience. Contact Larry M. Greenhaw, 846-8228. 296tfn A&M DRIVE-IN — Car hostesses, foun tain manager, cooks. Good pay. Apply in person. 296tfn OFFICIAL NOTICE Excellent Opportunity For male student, at least 21, who can work 2 or 3 hours per week and earn $50 to $76 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 29419 Official notices must arrive in the Office of Student Publications before deadline of 1 p. m. of the day preceding publication. THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Wendt, Charles William Degree: Doctor of Philosophy in Soil Physics Dissertation: A Study of Techniques to Measure and Environmental Variables Influencing the Water Relations of Mesquite (Prosopis Glandulosa var. Glan- dulosa Torr) Time: April 15, 1966 at 1:15 p. m. Place: Room 303 in Plant Science Bldg. Wayne C. Hall Dean of Grad. Studies 296t3 SUMMER JOBS IN ALASKA ARE PROFITABLE. Listings of Company names and addresses: $1.00 to Denis Rydjeski: C/O E. R. Anuta; RR 10 ; Lafayette, Indiana. 293t6 ENGLISH PROFICIENCY EXAM re quired of junior History & Government majors will be given April 19 & 20, 3-5 p. m.. Room 204, Nagle. Students must register at the Departmental Office, Room 208, Nagle by April 18. 296t3 Aggie Wanted for weekends only, 8 hour day shift for counter work at the DUTCH KETTLE. Permanent for right man. Con tact Bert Mullins at the DUTCH KETTLE 846-9927. 290tfn ENGLISH PROFICIENCY EXAMINA TION required of Business Administration majors will be given April 19, 4 p. m.. Room 202, Francis Hall. Students must register in School of Business Administra tion office by April 18. 296t3 Waitress Wanted: Apply in person at The Ramada Inn. 208tfn R.N. to work 3-11 p.m. and 11-7 a.m. and relief shift at Madison County Hos pital. Starting salary $350.00 and up. Meals provided; uniforms laundered. Con tact B. Tugger, R.N. at VI 6-6493 after 6 p.m. 187tfn 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 284t35 PERSONNEL MANAGER Employee relations has an open ing for a person capable of handling recruiting, testing, em ployee benefits, & other em ployee relations programs. Some graduate training or advanced degree preferred. Position of fers excellent advancement & training for labor relations. Applicants should submit per sonal resume & salary require ments to: FRITO-LAY, INC. P. O. Box 35034 Dallas, Texas An equal opportunity employer 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 WORK WANTED REMODELING, REPAIR WORK AND GENERAL CONTRACTING, call 822-4788 days; after 5:00 call 846-5918. DON MARABLE 290tfn Typing, 823-6410. 207tfn DAMAGED and UNCLAIMED FREIGHT (New Merchandise) Furniture, Appliances, Bedding, Tables, etc. A little of everything. C & D SALVAGE E. 32nd & S. Tabor 822-0605 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 DONAHO SALES CO. 207 W. 28th 823-6666 Damaged & Uncleamed Freight, Quality Merchandis At Substantial Savings. AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College 823-8051 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 846-5816 Cecil Sez: We meet all advertised prices on Major Brand Oils. No Limit. Filters Ms 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 TYPEWRITERS Rentals-Sales-Service Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines CATES TYPEWRITER CO. 909 S. Main 822-6000 AUTO REPAIRS All Makes Just Say: “Charge It” Cade Motor Co. Ford Dealer "MOONEY” The Name To Remember When You Wish To Buy Any Type Of Musical Instru ment, Domestic and Imported Instruments Of Outstanding Quality Are Available At MOONEY PIANO & ORGAN CO. Expert Repair Service 1208 So. Coulter Dr. Bryan Phone 823-5045 — Res. 846-3538 MAXWELL TUTORED . . . Texas Aggie end Tommy Maxwell is given instructions by Bobby Joe Conrad, right, St. Louis Cardinals star re ceiver, and head coach Gene Stallings. Tracksters To Compete In Austin Triangular The Texas Aggie tracksters, fresh from a stunning victory over the Baylor Bears in a dual meet at Kyle Field Tuesday night, will compete in a triangu lar meet in Austin today. Besides the Aggies, host Texas and North Texas State will be entered in the one-day affair. Texas and A&M are two of the top teams in the Southwest Con ference and have been tapped by the experts as the teams to beat for the conference title. Randy Matson, Gilbert Smith, Mike Schrider and Bob Brown, four of A&M’s top five, will all compete in their specialties. Jave lin thrower Dan Meadows, the fifth member, is out with an in jury. Matson will enter both the shot put and discus, Smith the 100 and 220, Schrider the high jump, and Brown the broad jump. Matson, George Resley and the sprint medley team will leave after the meet to compete in Mem phis, Tenn., Matson and Resley in the shot and discus and the relay team, composed of Arie Britt, Smith, Larry McGough and Willy Rodriguez in their specialties. Cricket Club Wins International Set The Texas' A&M cricket club’s first international match turned out a substantial victory for the Aggies. The club captained and coached by John Griffiths of the Depart ment of Meteorology polished off Mexico City Sunday by 66 runs on three wickets to 65 on 11 wick ets by the host team. “The team played extremely well,” Griffiths remarked, nam ing Rhaoo Desai, Mike Newton and Ram Mohan for outstanding performances. Sixteen team mem bers accompanied by 12 family members made the charter bus trip to Mexico City for the holi day. Griffiths said future interna tional matches with Canadian university . teams are b e i n g sought. Stallings Greets Football Hopefuh Gene Stallings, Texas Aggie head football coach, greeted 90 candidates, including 24 letter- men, Thursday for the opening of spring training. “The boys looked good physical ly,” Stallings said, “and I hope we can get a lot done.” The Aggies will practice again today and Saturday, with funda mental drills starting at 4:30 p.m. and actual workouts beginning at 5 p.m. Stallings pointed out that the keynote to the workouts will be competition. “We’ve got enough talent this year to put two or three good boys in each position, so they’re going to have to fight for a job,” the head coach explained. Stallings and his coaches woii ed for about an hour of Thus day’s practice session with ii dividual groups on fundamenti The second half of the sessi was devoted to three-on-tb drills. This drill pits three offen® linemen and a ball carrier agaii three defensive men. The obj tive is for the offensive men try to get a first down in ft! tries. The practice session is o| only to A&M students and farj ty with identification cards persons with special passes. Visitor Aces 16th At A&M Course A visitor at the Texas A&M golf course aced the sixteenth hole. Bland Harrison of Stamford, Texas, scored his hole-in-one on the par three, 150-yard uphill green in company of two other visitor? and Leonard Williams of the U. S. Department of Agri culture office. Also in the four some were Dale Carter and Allen McMillan, other visitors. VOLKSWAGEN Authored Sales • Strvkt and Parts Coma and Sea Hickman Garrett Motors lege Ai Phone 822-0146 Sunday Buffet The | pato YMi Nan not Your full choice of our complete buffet, consisting of 75 to 80 choice selected items each Sunday. ADULTS — $2.25 CHILDREN — $1.25 Alternating Foreign Specialty Table Each Week Bryan - College ' RAMADA INN Station 846-8811 SOPHOMORE Want to be a leader and double your chances for success in life ? You can, by earning both a degree and an Army officer’s commission at the same time ... even though you may not have taken ROTC training in your first two years! Through a new program, you can be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant after taking two years of Army ROTC training while you complete your studies for a college degree. You can qualify for this program by attending a special six-week summer training camp after your sophomore year and then completing the ROTC Advanced Course in your junior and senior years of college. Here's what ROTC training and an officer’s commission will do for you: • It will qualify you to fulfill your military obligation as an officer. • You will learn to organize, motivate, and lead others. • You will develop leadership qualities that many college men miss—self-discipline, physical stamina, poise, bearing, the acceptance of responsibility and other qualities that contribute to success in either a civilian or military career. • You will receive $40 per month during your junior and senior years, plus pay and mile age for summer training. The training and experience you will receive through Army ROTC will pay off for the rest of your life. A decision to take advantage of this new program could be one of the most important you will ever make. You owe it to yourself to investigate this new important opportunity. For complete information on the new Two-Year Army ROTC Program see the Professor of Military Science on campus. At the Military Science Bldg., Room 106 ARMY ROTC IF YOU ARE GOOD ENOUGH TO BE A LEADER, DON’T SETTLE FOR LESS! So dents I deny | tical I tutio Re I of tl I said I catec I like I at ^ “A audic I educ< [ the i I their I H ° ! know I ences at 2: Se: I obedi I are : “It T Prida; in prc Passe< count: M tradit: the st have I and e: locatic counti T] the 30 Texan - jn 183 I 'ndepe T] War I I added I ibis cu