The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 18, 1968, Image 4

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Page 4 College Station, Texas Thursday, April 18, 1968 THE BATTALION Math Meeting To Draw 300 Profs Texas A&M will host the annual meeting of the Texas Section of the Mathematical Association of America Friday and Saturday. Dr. Herbert A. Luther, acting head of Texas A&M’s Mathema tics Department and vice chair man of the state organization, predicted the meeting will attract more than 300 college and uni versity math professors. Featured speaker will be Dr. Gail S. Young, MAA president elect and head of Tulane’s Mathe matics Department. He will dis cuss “Topological Aspects of Com plex Variables” at 10 a.m. Satur day. Other key speakers include Pro fessor Robert E. Greenwood of the University of Texas and Dr. Morton Curtis, head of the Mathe matics Department at Rice. Greenwood will review the his tory of Putnam Prize competition at 3 p.m. Friday and Cbrtis will explain “What Every Young Col lege Teacher Should Know” at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. All addresses will be presented in Room 100 in the Chemistry Building. ' Dr. Luther said registration begins at 11 a.m. Friday on the second floor of the Academic Building. Sessions for presentation of technical papers are scheduled Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. A tea for visiting ladies is planned at 3 p.m. Friday in the MSC Social Room. The group’s banquet is sched uled for 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Memorial Student Center ball room. The program will include a welcoming address by A&M Graduate Dean Wayne C. Hall and entertainment by the A&M Consolidated High School Madri gal Singers. AccountingSociety Hears Accountants Texas A&M’s Accounting So ciety will hear two Houston accountants Tuesday at the Me morial Student Center. Lee Pickens of Touche, Ross, Bailey and Smart will join Dave Turner of Price Waterhouse and Company in discussing “What Are Certified Public Accountants Doing in Management Services?” The meeting is set for 7:30 p.m. in the MSC Social Room. BATTALION CLASSIFIED Political Announcements Subject to action of the Dem ocratic Primary May 4, 1968. For Congressman, Sixth Con gressional District: OLIN E. TEAGUE (Re-Election) WANT AD RATES per word itfonal charge—50tf 90?f per column Inch each insertion Classified Display One day per word each additional day Minimum charge—50tf FOR SALE NEW LINE OF WARGAMES—Included are Vietnam, $5.00 ; Battle of Britain, $7.00 ; Confrontation, (a world wide strate gical situation), $7.00; and Nuclear War, $3.25. Call 846-6355 after 6 :00 p. m. 566t3 1969 Volkswagen, $350, 846-7667 after 5. 566t7 ’67 Cougar XR7, 5,000 miles, like new, leather upholstery, all power, other extras. Phone 846-6387. 566t3 SAILBOATS - Fiberglass “Scorpion” (similar to Sunfish). $424.50, delivered. Contact Windward Sailboats, 1108 Koenig Lane, Austin. 466-9215, 453-1768. 565t30 HURRY—Only one left. 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Bid forms will be available and sealed bids received in the Office of the Director of Purchasing and Stores, Asbury Street, College Station, Texas until 10:00 a. m. April 22, 1968. This property may be inspected between the hours of 8 :00 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. Monday thru Friday by contacting the Office of the Inventory Supervisor at the above address, for in formation call 846-7728. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids and to waive any and all technicalities. 664t4 ATTENTION 1 Personnel and students of A&M University. See us before you buy your furniture and appliance needs. Ask about the student plan. The store of distinctive furniture—Wood Furniture Com pany. 501 North Texas. Telephone 822- 1227 637tfn WORK WANTED Thesis and dissertation typing. 846-8335. 564t5 Typing, 846-5992, before 12:30, after 5. 562tfn copy. 846- ng sy >-3290. perfect 552tfn HELP WANTED Hospital, Madisonville, Texas. Excellent Salary. Call collect, DI 8-2631, Miss Gloria Rice or Mr. E. G. 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College Avenue Resident Manager - Apt. 55 Phone 823-4260 Make Your Deposit Now 866tfn VICTORIAN APARTMENTS Midway between Bryan & A&M University STUDENTS ! ! Nsed A Home 1 & 2 Bedroom Fur. & Unfur. Pool and Private Courtyard 3 MONTHS LEASE 822-2035 401 Lake St. Apt. 1 CHILD CARE HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CEN TER, S400 South College, State Licensed. $23-8626, Virginia D. Jones, R. N. 99tfn TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED SOSOLIK'S TV & RADIO SERVICE Zenith - Color & B&W - TV All Makes B&W TV Repairs 713 S. MAIN 822-1941 • Watch Repair • Jewelry Repair • Diamond Senior Rings • Senior Rings Refinished C. W. Varner & Sons Jewelers North Gate 846-5816 ENGINEERING & OFFICE SUPPLY CORP. • REPRODUCTION & MEDIA — ARCH. & ENGR. 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THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Thomas, Maurice Grover Degree: Doctor of Education in Industrial Education Dissertation: Industrial Arts Activity in the Development of Manipulative Ability. Time: Wednesday, April 24, 1968 at 8:00 a. m. Place: Room 9, M.E. Shops Building Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 567t3 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Swindle, William Cason Degree: Doctor of Philosophy in Education Dissertation: Lingitudinal Evaluation of the University Academic Performance of Students Previously Enrolled in a Pro gram for Improvement of Learning Techniques Time: Thursday, April 26, 1968 at 3:00 P. 3 lact : Room 401, Academic Building Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 566t5 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Pine, Ronald Herbert Degree: Doctor of Philosophy in Wildlife Science Dessertation : The Phollostomid Bats of the Genus Carollia Gray. Time: Friday, April 19. 1968 at 2:00 p. m. Place: Room 405, New Biological Science Building Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 566t2 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Becker, E. George Doctor of Philosophy in Education tion : The Impact of Social Change on the Lutheran Elementary Parochial Degree: Disseertation School in Texas ’ime: Wednesdi p. m. Place: Room 9B, Nagle Hall Wayne C. Hall Time: Wednesday, May 8, 1968 at 3:00 p. lac Dean of Graduate Studies 566U2 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Wallace, Norman E. Degree: Doctor of Education in Industrial Dissertation : An Analysis and Revision of th~ 1 5 1 C*S of tion. the Road Rules, and Road Signs, Parts of the Texas Operator’s License Examina- Time: Thursday, May 9, 1968 at 1:00 - 3:00 p. m. Place: Room 107, M.E. Shops Building e: h Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 566tl8 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Dorsey, Oscar Lee Degree: Doctor of Philosophy in Education Dissertation: Comparison of Selection Pro cedures in National Science Foundation Academic Year Institution for Junior High Scho Academic Year Institution for Junic High School Teachers with a Predictio dy for Participants. ; V n. : R Wayne C. Hall Study for Participa Time: Wednesday, May 1, 1968 at 9:00 Room 406, Academic Building r ayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 566t8 a. ’lac* 6 :00 p. m. in Academic 205. Students may ke the examination either time by re porting to the appointed place at the in dicated time. Examinees should bring pen, pencil, dictionary and composition paper. 553tl7 Those undergraduate students who have 95 semester hours of credit may purchase the A&M ring. The hours passed at the time of the Preliminary Grade Report, April 1, 1968. may be used in satisfying the 95 hour requirement. The students qualifying under this regulation may leave their name with the Ring Clerk in the Registrar’s Office in order that she may check the records to determine their eligibility to order the ring. Orders for the rings will be taken between April 16, and May 31, 1968. All rings will be re turned to this office on or about July 10 for further delivery. The Ring Clerk is from 8:00 to 12:00 duty hrough from ! Friday noon. donday 549t34 Students wishing to place a 1967 AGG1 LAND in their high school may pick thi up in the office of Student Publication Services Building tions, 48tfn WE RENT TYPEWRITERS Electric, Manual, & Portable OTIS MCDONALD’S 29 S. Main — Phone 822-1328 Bryan, Texas TYPEWRITERS Rentals-Sales-Service Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines CATES TYPEWRITER CO. 909 S. Main 822-6000 AIRLINE I , ~ IB |j t, Wk i n „. ^ J . TINY HELPMATE m 0 d V - e ™ lc j Rodriguez of Coahuila, Mexico, helps her mother decorate Tex- h^ & Fnti M ? na S , t V dent Center for Pan-American Week. Mrs. Rodriguez, whose bus- interterfwhh lenZg a he*p7ng d hand h ' D ' in P ' ant path0,0gy ' refused t0 let baby - si tt»* S ingingCadetsGo ToHoustoi A two-hour concert in Jones Hall Friday night will spotlight the Singing Cadets. The 51-member glee club is slated to give two additional Houston performances over the weekend. In the first segment of the 8:15 P j m. concert sponsored by the Houston A&M Mothers’ Club, the cadets will discuss musically the inner thoughts of man and his philosophies. The second part con centrates on songs from the Civil War and World Wars I and II eras, aimed at nostalgia and fa- milarity. The “musical voice of A&M,” the cadets will complete 48 ap pearances this year in May. They will have traveled more than 6,000 miles, including a trip to Philadelphia where they were spotlighted nationally on the Mike Douglas TV Show. Membership in the group is strictly voluntary. The only com pensation the cadets receive is self-satisfaction. For several years the Singing Cadets were featured on the Miss Teenage America Pageant in Dal las. They will give a one-hour concert April 27 at the Hemis- Fair in San Antonio. Tickets for the Jones Hall pre sentation are $1. Sales are being directed by the Houston A&M Mothers’ Club. Opening songs include “The Spirit of Aggieland,” “Born Free,” “Onward Christian Soldiers,” “I Hear a Voice a Praying,” “I Hear a Different Drummer,” “Steal Away,” “O Brother Man,” “Every Time I Feel the Spirit,” “Make a Joyful Sound” and “The Impos sible Dream.” Director Robert L. Boone will sing “The Glory Road,” and “Ma ria, and Pianist-Accompanist June Biering will play “The World Outside,” based on Addinsell’s Warsaw Concerto. “This is a Great Chuntry,” “When Johnny Comes Marchin’ Home,” “Dixie,” “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” “Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning,” Smiles,’ ‘They Go Wild, Simply Wild Over Me,” and “For Me and My Gal” precede a solo, “Tu-Ra- Lu-Ra-Lu-Ral,” by John Roby of Houston. After a George M. Cohan med ley, the cadets offer “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree,” “It’s a Good Day,” “This is the Army Mr. Jones,” “I’ll Never Smile Again, Nothin’ Like a Dame,” “The Breeze and I,” “God Bless America,” “Old King Cole,” “Draft Dodger Blues,” and “Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor.” Cadet soloists include Alan Wiggins of Houston; Ernest Knowles, Don Curry, Bill Tharp (cq) and G. T. Hill of Bryan; Jim Wiley of Dallas; Jerry Street of Jasper; John Carson of Austin; Jerry Holbert of College Station; Barry Whitehead, Phil Frye and Fred May of San Antonio; John Swahn (cq) and Ross Finley of Richardson; Jimmy Cain of Brownsville, and Lee Millican of Floresville. KHOU-TV of Houston willfej. ture the Singing Cadets in a 30. minute program at 7:30 a.m. Sat. urday. At 11 a.m. Sunday the Singing Cadets will give their “Sermon in Song” at the Spring Brand Baptist Church. ■ >' __ Indicate your age as of Nov. 5,1968: CHOCE6&^ 18 or under [] 19 LI fysSS? 2011 21 U 22 or over □ Democrat □ Other Party 0 Republican □ Independent 0 Indicate your party preference: Democrat □ Other Party 0 Republican □ Independent D I am a Foreign Student: □ Indicate 3 choices for President (1st choice tabulated for election; 2nd & 3rd choices tabulated for statistical analysis.) 1st 2nd 3rd Fred Halstead (Soc. Worker) Mark O. Hatfield (Rep) Lyndon B. Johnson (Dem) Robert F. Kennedy (Dem) Martin L. King (Ind) John V. Lindsay (Rep) Eugene J. McCarthy (Dem) Richard M. Nixon (Rep) Charles H. Percy (Rep) Ronald W. Reagan (Rep) Nelson A. Rockefeller (Rep) Harold E. Stassen (Rep) George C. Wallace (Amer. Ind.) □ □ □ □ □ D □ □0 □ □ G □ □ □ □ D C □ □ □ □ □ □ . □ □ D □ □ □ . * What course of military action should the U.S. pursue in Vietnam: (Choose one only.) Immediate withdrawal of U.S. forces G Phased reduction of U.S. military activity □ Maintain current level of U.S. military activity 1:1 Increase the level of U.S. military activity Q “All out” U.S. military effort 0 What course of action should the U.S. pursue in regards to the bombing of North Vietnam: (Choose one only ) Permanent cessation of bombing Q Temporary suspension of bombing 0 Maintain current level of bombing □ Intensify bombing □ Use of nuclear weapons Q In confronting the “urban crisis” which of the following should receive highest priority in government spending: (Choose one only.) Education 0 Job training and employment opportunities a Housing G Income subsidy G Riot control and stricter law enforcement a CHOICE BALLOT This is a sample ballot which will be used during A&M student elections April 24. The ballot will be given to the student as he enters the voting machine. Thus the stu dent can cast his vote for student officers on campus, and by punching out the appropriate holes in the computer card ballot, can choose his candidate in a National Pres idential Primary. N te tc si IT tl NEED C ASH ? Borrow $10 to $100 Loans to Students, Secretaries, and All Salaried People. Advantage of Our Prompt, Confidential Loan Service. UNIVERSITY LOAN COMPANY 317 Patricia (North Gate) — College Station Telephone 846-8319 Take Land Is At Your AGGIELAND FLOWER AND GIFT SHOPPE North Gate Cards Party Goods Baby Albums Invitations Personalized Stationary M■M■IR Reservations and Tickets At No Extra Cost .... Free Ticket Delivery • ... 30 Day Charge Account . . . 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