The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 16, 1967, Image 3

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^eniing aw the “p. . Educ ationa| Mrs. Chapter pts aal School p,: sociation; v ;t > iaternatij,, y ' ear . and k Southern‘p,.' •. a H p ^ A ^ or mulaj,, Dallas Grad Hopkins Named Executive VP Of Aggie Glib NER One Chili nole Salad °t SauceJ 99c 'ONE 822.98]; i. •ope. ’acuity -8188 9 9 3! 9 JOHN HOPKINS ‘Campus Afloat’ Interviews Set B. W. Musgraves, representa tive of Chapman College, Orange, Calif., will be at A&M from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday to talk to students interested in the Chap man “Campus Afloat” program. “We’re particularly interested in seeing the 10 students who wrote in response to our an nouncement last October,” Mus graves explained, “but anyone else who wants to get informa tion on the program is also wel come to see me, in Room 101 of the YMCA Building.” The college started the project in September 1965 under the name “Seven Seas Division.” Its purposes are to select outstand ing high school and college stu dents for “intense academic con centration, supplemented by ex posure to the world’s cultures,” and to “guide this education by a semester of coursework com parable to that offered on any land-based campus but enriched by its relationship to in-port pro grams.” John Hopkins, 31-year-old Tex as A&M graduate, has been hired as executive vice-president of the Aggie Club, the fund-raising or ganization that supports A&M athletics. Hopkins, a Dallas native who attained a marketing degree from A&M in 1957, will be primarily concerned with traveling and making personal contacts in his fund-raising job. “Last year (1966), the Aggie Club had its best year by raising $108,932,” Hopkins said. “This year our goal is a minimum of $175,000.” The only other paid employe of the Aggie Club is executive secretary-treasurer K. A. Man ning of College Station who has worked in that capacity for sev eral years. The 1967 officers of the club are Jim Uptmore, San Antonio, president; Ford D. Albritton Jr., Bryan and Thomas A. O’Dwyer, Dallas, vice-presidents and Ed Durrett, Odessa; J. L. Huffines Jr., Greenville and Tom Lyles, Tyler, members of the executive committee. Hopkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hopkins Sr., 7334 Minosa, Dallas, was born Aug. 5, 1935, in Dallas. He was graduated from Dallas Hillcrest in 1953. Follow ing his graduation from A&M in 1957, he served as a lieutenant in the Air Force for two years and has been in the printing business in Dallas until he accepted his present position with the Aggie Club. His last job was in com mercial sales with Exline-Lowdon Printing Co. of Dallas. “One of my key problems,” Hopkins said, “will be educating people as to what the Aggie Club really is. We are a separate club from the local A&M clubs and the Former Students Associa tion.” CORRINN SHAY Corrinn is the first coed for our “girl Watcher’s Comer.” She is 21 and an advertising art major. As a junior at Texas Woman’s University, she enjoys playing tennis and other outdoor sports. Her hometown is Houston. Job Calls Schulz do rovfCA/OW... that you can have your home mortgage marked “Paid in Full” if you die? J /Ini ^nwr/con^J^'^ /cable m Jim Bice LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY EXECUTIVE OFFICES, WACO,TEXAS Oakwood Professional Bldg. Bryan, Texas VI 6-7963 MONDAY California State Personnel Board — CE (BS, MS) Factory Mutual Engineering Di vision — Arch Constr, ChE, CE, EE, I Eng, ME, PetE (BS) Goodyear Tire & Rubber Com pany, Technical Sales — ChE, Chem, I Dist, I Eng, Math, ME (BS) Hughs Aircraft Company — EE (B, M, D) Lockheed Missiles & Space Company — Aero E, CE, EE, I Eng, ME, Math, Phys (B, M, D) Monday and Tuesday Goodyear Tire & Rubber Com pany — ChE, Chem, CE, EE, I Eng, ME Pan American Petroleum Cor poration — Acctg (B), ChE, Pet E, ME (BS, MS), Geol E, Geol, Geophys, Math, Phys (B, M, D,) also summer employment J. C. Penney Company, Inc. — M'gmt, Mktg (BBA) Texaco Inc. — ChE, CE, EE, Geol, Geophys, I Eng, ME, Pet E, (B, M, D), Geol E (B, M), Chem (M, D), Phys (B, M, D), Math (B, M, D), Phys Ed (B), Comp Sci (B, M, D), Stat (B, M), Liberal Arts (B), Mktg, Acctg, DPC (B, M!) TUESDAY Carnation Company — Acctg, CE, EE, I Eng, Mgmt, Mktg, ME (B) National Cash Register Com pany — ChE, Chem, Phys, EE, ME (B, M, D), I Eng, Math (B, M), Comp Sci (M) TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY McDonnell — Aero E, CE, EE, I Eng, ME, Math (B, M, D) Texas Power & Light Company — CE, EE, ME, Acctg, Fin, Mgmt, Mktg, Ag Eco, Ag Ed, Agron (BS) Diamond Alkali Company — ChE, Chem, ME, Mktg (B, M)— also summer employment WEDNESDAY Olin Mathieson Chemical Cor poration — ChE, I Eng, MS (BS, MS) Skelly Oil Company — ChE, Geol E, ME, Pet E (BS), Geol (BS, MS) The Upjohn Company — AgEd, An Sci, Biol, Chem, Mgmt, Mktg (Pre-Vet) WOULDN'T] uitTH N0.1 ■ If you want a career that really gives you room to grow, we have a suggestion. Start with the No. 1 family of companies: Humble Oil & ReiiHillU Com Deny-- Provides more petroleum energy to this nation than any other domestic oil company—literally No. 1 —America’s Leading Energy Company. Elliay Ghemicel Company™- One of the 10 largest chemical companies in the United States. As part of an industry marked by rapid growth, Enjay offers unusually strong advancement opportunities. ESSO PPOdUCtlOII Research Company™- Analysis and design work for drilling and production of natural gas and liquids, reservoir engineering using computers. Esso Research and Engineering company-Basic and expiorato^ research and development of products and processes, engineering research and process design, mathematical research. Start with any of the No. 1 family of companies and we’ll help you grow — with frequent evaluations ...development programs... encouragement to gain professional recognition — because that’s the way we grew to be No. 1. We need people in practically all disciplines, because our work includes oil and gas exploration and production; research; and manufacturing, transportation and marketing of petroleum and petrochemical products —as well as the management of all these operations. There is almost no limit to the opportunities we offer — at every degree level. So go ahead... have a look at No. 1. See us on campus. THESE ARE PLANS FOR PROGRESS COMPANIES AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERS. Poverty War Seminar Set The “War on Poverty” will be studied from economic, philoso phic, historical and welfare points of view in the second Community Service Seminar starting here Friday and Saturday. Sponsored by A&M’s Liberal Arts College, the reciprocative education program will bring to gether in five sessions academi cians, church leaders, employment counselors, social organization and youth workers. They will exchange information in seminar style on traditional public welfare approaches to the problems of the poor and their place in the war on poverty. NEW perspectives on urban problems will be sought by bring ing together academicians and people working actively in the problem area,” said Allen G. Pul sipher, co-director along with Claude Bitner of the A&M Eco nomics Department. THE FIRST session will in clude as speakers John Orr, head of A&M’s Philosophy Depart ment; Calvin Jackson, work ex perience program coordinator of the State Department of Public Welfare; A&M government in structor Claude Davis and Jack Otis, director of the University of Texas’ School of Social Work. Sessions in March, May and June will be held at Houston, Aus tin and College Station. Frank Davis, chairman of the Commission on Christian Social Concern, A&M Methodist Church, will participate. THE BATTALION Thursday, February 16, 1967 College Station, Texas Page 3 Bulletin Board TODAY A.I.Ch.E. will meet at 7:15 p.m. in front of the MSC for their picture for the Aggieland to be taken. Immediately following, C. H. Curtis of the Pace Company will present “Chemical Marketing Research” in room 105 of the Geology Building. Abilene Hometown Club will meet in room 208 of the Aca demic Building at 7:30 p.m. Amarillo Area Hometown Club will meet in the Art Room on the third floor of the MSC at 7:30 p.m. Beaumont Hometown Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in room 2-C of the MSC. Bell County Hometown Club will meet in room 205 of the Aca demic Building at 7 p.m. Selec tion of sweetheart will be dis cussed. Corpus Christi Hometown Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the MSC. Karate Club will meet at 8 p.m. to go to the Harkness Ballet at the Bryan Civic Auditorium. Mid-County Hometown Club will meet in the lobby of the MSC at 8 p.m. for the group pic ture for the. Aggieland to be taken. Orange County Hometown Club will meet at 7 p.m. in the MSC. Picture for the Aggieland will be made. Panhandle Hometown Club will meet in the Art Room of the MSC at 7:30 p.m. Pasadena Area Hometown Club will meet in the lobby of the MSC at 7:30 p.m. for their Aggieland picture to be taken. Rio Grande Valley Hometown Club will meet in room 224 of the Academic Building at 7:30 p.m. The candidate for the Cotton Pageant will be selected. Waco Hometown Club will meet in the Cushion Room of the MSC at 7:15 p.m. Please bring pic tures for the selection of the sweetheart. REGISTRATION AND TEXT BOOKS BREAK YOU? Then see us, for a personal loan. Take advantage of our prompt, confidential loan service now. UNIVERSITY LOAN COMPANY 317 Patricia (North Gate) College Station, Texas Telephone: 846-8319 SPECIALS FOR: THURS., FRL, & SAT. FEBRUARY 16, 17, & 18, 1967. ALL QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. Call the cops! We’ve murdered prices— mowed ’em down on a long list of every body’s favorite foods! Every department features SUPER SPECIALS — amazing savings over and above our regular every day low prices. Here are some of the big bargains. Many more await you at our market. Pack your pantry! Fill your freezer! Stack up savings at BROOK SHIRE’S riot of low prices. Folger’s — Moutain Grown With Purchase LB. of $5.00 CAN or More Coffee Libby’s — Sliced or Halves . PEACHES 4 Northern Facial TISSUE box d ioos 10 c Farm Fresh PRODUCE 1 FROZE* FOODS No. 2y 2 Cans 29 c $loo 303 fCans $1 Libby’s — Cut Green BEANS 5, Libby’s — Vienna SAUSAGE 5tt$l Kraft’s — Soft Miracle MARGARINE 3 pJi. $1.00 iPillsbury — Layer CAKE MIX 3b»x.,$l Taste-O-Sea — Perch Washington State — Red Delicious APPLES i.b l7c FILLETS „ _ ^ 39c California — Calavo Western Star — French Fries 2po ly Lb Ba B 29c IMPERIAL — PURE CANE Q AVOCADOS Each 3c POTATOES SUGAR 5-Lb. Bag With Purchase of $5.00 or More LIBBY’S EARLY GARDEN | \ OuaUtV MEATS S; Hickory I SMOKED PICNIC _ ,.,29c PEAS 1^ No. 303 91 ■ Cans Roegeleins | SLICED BACON L „.65c Roegeleins 1P0RK SAUSAGE ^,39c THIS COUPON WORTH 50 FREE Top Value Stamps With Purchase of 18 x 25 ft. Roll ALCOA FOIL WRAP Coupon Expires Feb. 18, 1967 THIS COUPON WORTH 50 FREE Top Value Stamps With Purchase of $5.00 or More (Excluding Cigarettes) One Per Family Coupon Expires Feb. 18, 1967 SPECIALS For: Thurs. Fri Sat. Feb. 16,17, & 18, 1967.