The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 15, 1970, Image 3

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.V : ..t. ... BATTALION Friday, May 15, 1970 College Station, Texas Page 3 EAT Jrsday mdition, 159. Trailer House. 38 X 8, irpet, close to campus. C ik for Mike Wright. $1,000. 40 40 30 FOR An in- leat Pro r ets to hold open house Saturday Animal exhibits, medical-surgi- •al demonstrations and some free pet advise await the general pub lic Saturday when veterinary medicine students and faculty host an open house. Dean A. A. Price stressed the open house is for the general public to show the College of Veterinary Medicine’s $4 million expansion program. Continuous tours of the multi- million-dollar complex start at 10:30 a.m. and will continue until 5 p.m. Rudder, 4 others designated distinguished A&M alumni BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES per dditional day 14 per word 1 additional mum chance—S0C One day 3d per word each Minimum chars:e- Classified Display 904 per column inch per each insertion DEADLINE 4 p.m. day before publication FOR SALE Army surplus ingle boots, army mmo boxes, rubber nrgains. Bargain Land. 822-2210. camping army sleeping rubber rafts, and eqi ba ulpment: gs, cots. Col- 118t4 Electric guitar, ti mdition, four pick-' two years -ups. $20, old. Good Paul, 845- 116t3 FOR RENT Two bedroom unfurnished duplex. Near campus. $75 monthly, no bills paid. 823- 1169. 118tfn Available June 1st. rith two beds. Private One large bedroom, privileges. Air-conditioned. 822-2976. 118t4 trance. Kitchen couple. Nice country home, stove, igerator, heaters furnished. Beautiful fenced yard. Washing machine To refrigera yard. Washing 220 wiring. 20 miles f $60.00 per month. Must for renumeration. Work ; pletely work out rent, deposit required. Reply eautif innectior connection. University, care for cattle available to com- deposii talion. References and to Box 26, Bat- U6t4 WORK WANTED p. m. or all day Saturday. er tl8t Custom Bookbinding, Plastic Binding, and Gold Stamping of Books, Journals, Theses, Dissertations, and Reports. UNIVERSAL BINDERY 311 Church Street, College Station — 846-3840 llltfn Typing, experienced. 846-6416. 91tfn Air conditioned, all 845-2226, Three thly. bedroom monthly. $100 paid, except electr house, furnished. $150 deposit required. Utilities icity. Call Typing, full time. Notary Public, Bank- Americard accepted, 823-6410 or 82 846-6311. 115tfn Horse For Sale Gentle Call 822-3980. CHILD CARE Gregory’s Day Nursery, 504 5.4005. oyet 93tf HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CEN- ER, 3400 South College, State Licensed. !3-8626. Virginia D. Jones, R. N. 99tfn WANTED ? MOVING ? WE BUY USED HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. BARGAIN LAND 1809 South College 822-2210 COUPLE WANTED to mana ion l I’JSt ome park in Brazos Count: d t< employe Te e pa thly ge mobile Salary $100 ty. telephone. Wife lor— 1 Ufa-’** - raz< ly plus free lot and not be otherwise ei ra 100, Battalion Office, Texas A&M. iving name, address, telephone, husbands iiployments, plans for remaining in area, 5t7 Write: A&M. mployme nd refer' Looking for riders lents to Huntsville or carpool arr; summer •ange- chool. Iggie wives or co-eds preferred, ill 822-1141 after 5 :30 p. m. PI SPECIAL NOTICE DR. G. A. SMITH Optometrist Specializing in eye examination & contact lenses DIAL 822-3557 DOWNTOWN BRYAN 118t8 i. ■al Engi- MOVING? Reserve your it trailor with Andy And iouth College. 822-3546. wt equipment. U-Haul truck [erson at 2010 Lc Lowest rates, 117t5 KINDERGARTEN ’OR SEPTEMBER, hrtified teacher. Pr Itado. CALVARY GARTEN. 822-3679. ENROLLING NOW Maximum ratio 15-1 eparation for first BAPTIST first KINDER- 79tfn YES! you can afford to move in now. For only $57.40 per student. All the finer things — carpeted, draped, electric West- inghouse kitchen, individual air-condition- and heat. Two swimming pools. One and T.V., ing and heat. Two swimming poo and two bedrooms. All utilitii cable paid. Exclusive Co-ed section TRAVIS HOUSE APARTMENTS. Hiway 30. Phone 846-6111. 505 $140 - $216 73tfn “AGGIE ACRES” — Furnished, two bed room duplex. Central air and heat. All electric. $110.00 monthly. Couples only. 822-0082. 71tfn VILLAGE PARK NORTH "Mobile Living In Luxuary” 4413 HWY. 6 NORTH Paved & guttered street, concrete off- street parking, concrete leveling pads, fenced playground, city utilities, cable TV, large concr pool, gas grills. u, utilities, cab ete patio, swimmir Telephone 822-0S03 822-5234 3-3838. JOtfn TYPING, electric. Close to campus. Expe rienced. Reasonable. 846-2934. Itfn Typing. 846-8165. Electric, symbols. experienced. 132tfn OFFICIAL NOTICE Official notices must leadline 1 p.m. of the day proceeding publicati ces must arrive in the Offies of Student Publications before deadline ot At 8:00 a. m., n., Thursday, May there will be posted in the foy. Richard Coke Building, a list 21, 1970, r of the of thosi Richard coke Building, a list of those Spring candidates who have completed all academic requirements for degrees to be Each canadi- conferred on May 23, 1970. date is urged to termine his status. ay to consult the list to de- 116t5 Regalia for the May 1970 CornmenceBietit Exercise All students who are candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy or Doctor ation are required to order hoods the Doctor’s caps and gow degree of Edi well as the doctor s caps and gi The hoods are to be left at the Univers Exch J - ,! - ns. ity Two bedroom apartment, unfurnished, $95, furnished $i00. Central air, married couples only. University Acres. 846-5120. 34tfn VICTORIAN APARTMENTS Midway between Bryan & A&M University STUDENTS ! 1 Need A Home 1 & 2 Bedroom Fur. & Unfur. Pool and Private Courtyard 3 MONTHS LEASE 822-5041 401 Lake St. Apt. 1 TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED the stage as part of the ceremon: ates for be Store for delivery by a repro of the Exchange Store to the Registrar’s Office no later than 1:00 p. m., Tuesday, May 19. The Ph.D. or D.Ed. hoods will not be worn in the procession since all such candidates will be hooded he Candidates for the wear the cap and gu dents who are candidal Degree will wear the students who are candidates for the Bache lor’s Degree will wear the appropriate uniform. All military personnel who are candidates for the Bachelor’s or Master’s degree will wear the uniform; Ph.D. or D.Ed. candidates will wear the cap and gowns. Ph.D. candidates will arrange for rental of cap, gown, and hood at the Ex- Mas tei’: ; al for cap and gown ; ROTC didal i s Degree will ; all civilian stu- for the Bachelor’s Ph.D. candidates will o nge April 27, and 5:00 lay, r 1. BO change Store between 8:00 a. m., Mond :00 ps, rei ana Bachelor s caps ana g< chased at the Exchange Store after May 4, a. m., Friday, May gowns, and hoods will on a rental basis. The Master’s Only Doctor’s caps, gowns, and >e available on a : md Bachelor’s ca; the 1970. Rental follows Exc fees and gowns my be pur- nge ind sale prices are as nows : Doctor’s Cap and Gown (rental)....$7.66 Doctor’s Hood (rental) 7.56 Master’s Cap and Gown (sale) 7.04 Bachelor’s Cap and Gown (sale) 6.34 kll prices include sales tax. Payment is All prices include sales tax. Pay: required at the time of placing the order. HELP WANTED: ^Employment for Freshman or Sophomore. Part-time Beginning This Summer and through your graduation. Prefer retail experience. Apply in person at once or write: Chapman’s Paint Store 811 Texas Ave. Bryan Box 542. 115tfn NEED A NEW OR USED CAR ? See: Bonn Thompson ’70 Cade Motor Company GM Lowest Priced Cars $49.79 per mo. With Normal Down Payment OPEL KADETT Sellstrom Pontiac - Buick 2700 Texas Ave. 822-1336 26th & Parker 822-1307 AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College 823-8051 TROPHIES PLAQUES Engraving Service Ask About Discounts Texas Coin Exchange, Inc. 1018 S. Texas 822-5121 Bob Boriskie ’55 COINS SUPPLIES To be eligible to purchase the Texas A&M University ring, an undergraduate student must have at least one academic year in residence and credit for ninety- five (95) semester hours. The hours passed at the preliminary grade report period on April 6, 1970, may be used in satisfyir this ninety-five hour requirement. Sti dents qualifying under this regulation m« leave their names with the now leave their names with the ring clerk, Room Seven, Richard Coke Build- check all records g. She, in turn, will check determine ring eligibility. Orders for these rings will be taken by the ring clerk starting April 20, 1970, and continuing through May 25, 1970. The rings will be returned to the Reg istrar’s Office to be delivered on or about July 10, 1970. The ring clerk is on duty from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, Monday through Fri day, of each week. H. L. Heaton, Dean Admissions and Records 84t38 TRANSMISSIONS REPAIRED & EXCHANGED Completely Guaranteed Lowest Prices HAMILL’S TRANSMISSION 33rd. & Texas Ave. Bryan 822-6874 TRIANGLE MOBILE HOME SALES South College & Old College Rd. Town & Country the Quality Home Bob Holmes ’49 Will Trade Call 822-4328 WHITE AUTO STORES Bryan and College Station can save you up to 40% on auto parts, oil, filters, etc. 846-5626. SOSOLIK'S TV & RADIO SERVICE Zenith - Color & B&W - TV All Makes B&W TV Repairs 713 S. MAIN 822-2133 Havoline, Amalie, Enco, Conoco. 32c qt. —EVERYDAY— We stock all local major brands. (Where low oil prices originate. Ichfll* Quantity Rights Reserved Wheel Bearings - Exhausts System Parts, Filters, Water and Fuel Pumps. Almost Any Part Needed 25-40% Off List Brake Shoes $3.60 ex. 2 Wheels — many cars We Stock EELCO EDELBROCK HURST MR GASKET CAL CUSTOM Other Speed Equipment Starters - Generators Most $13.95 each Your Friedrich Dealer Joe Faulk Auto Parts 220 E. 25th Bryan, Texas JOE FAULK ’32 24 years in Bryan THE ATTIC USED FURNITURE BOTTLES MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS What do you make that we can sell for you? 822-2619 Corner 27th & Bryan Watch Repairs Jewelry Repair Diamond Senior Rings Senior Rings Refinished C. W. Varner & Sons Jewelers North Gate 846-5816 Corps Brass for Final Review now at Loupors BROWN - ALLEN MOTOR CO. OLDSMOBILE SALES - SERVICE “Where satisfaction is standard equipment” 2400 Texas Ave. Rentals-Sales-Service TYPEWRITERS Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines Smith-Corona Portables CATES TYPEWRITER CO 909 S. Main 822-6000 ENGINEERING & OFFICE SUPPLY CORP. REPRODUCTION & MEDIA — ARCH. & ENGR. SUPPLIES SURVEYING SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT - - OF FICE SUPPLIES • MULTILITH SERVICE & SUPPLIES 402 West 25th St. Ph. 823-0939 Bryan, Texas Five A&M graduates, includ ing the late Gen. Earl Rudder, president of the institution for the past decade, have been named “distinguished alumni.” Other recipients of the univer sity’s highest honor for former students are James H. Galloway Jr. of Houston; Marion J. Neeley of Fort Worth; Dr. Sam Houston Sanders Jr., formerly of Frank lin, and William C. Tinus, for merly of Waco. The Distinguished Alumni Awards will be presented at spring commencement ceremonies May 23. The awards are jointly presented by the university and its Association of Former Stu dents. Rudder, who died March 23, is the first former student to re ceive the award posthumously. The widow of the 1932 graduate will accept the plaque. A native of Eden, Rudder had served as president of A&M since 1959. He joined the university a year earlier as vice president. Galloway, a 1929 graduate, is vice president and director of Humble Oil and Refining Co. He is widely regarded as a pioneer of engineering and safety in the petroleum industry. Reared in Sour Lake, Galloway joined Humble in 1930 as a petroleum engineer. He was a captain in World War II and served as assistant chief of con struction for the Military Pipe Line Service which built and op erated a gasoline pipe line sys tem serving military operations in Europe. Neeley, who graduated from A&M in 1922, is president of M. J. Neeley and Company, Inc., which has interests in building and loan, finance and life insur ance companies. The Gonzales County native is chairman of the board of trustees for Texas Christian Uni versity. He devotes much of his time to “opening doors” for young people. Dr. Sanders is professor and head of the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. The 1923 graduate was active in numerous campus programs, set a conference track record in the quarter-mile and played on A&M’s 1921 conference cham pionship football team. An internationally recognized authority in the diagnosis and treatment of sinus and allergic diseases, Dr. Sanders established the Sam Houston Sanders Medi cal Foundation in honor of his father. The foundation assists deserving young men, particu larly those interested in otolary ngology, and promotes study in that field. Tinus, a 1923 graduate, retired last year as vice president of military development and design engineering for Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc., in Maplewood, N.J. He had been with Bell Labs more than 40 years. In 1938, Tinus conducted the company’s first work on “radio object location,” which later be came radar. He received an hon orary Doctor of Engineering De gree from A&M in 1954. 4 actors, 70 roles on stage Saturday for Players 9 year-end production Take a cast of seven and give the 70 roles to play and four weeks later the unique production of Charles Aidman’s adaptation of Edgar Lee Masters’ “Spoon River Anthology” is performed. The Aggie Player final pro duction of the year will open Sat urday night at 8 p. m. in the Fall out Theater. Anthology” is a story which takes place in the Spoon River, 111., cemetary. The characters, all residents of the town in the late graves to tell their story in a combination of poetry and music. The stories told range from murder and adultery to love and laughter. Characters range from emoittered old ladies to a poet who devoted his life trying to memorize the encyclopedia. Director Sue Hachbold has used unique lighting effects and cos tume changes on a simple set of platforms and flats to create the illusion of each character in a different role. Some of the folk songs that “Spoon River Anthology” has made famous are “The Water is Wide,” “Paper of Pins” and “Three Nights Drunk.” Cast members include Scott Wilson, Robert Wenck, Dennis Turner, Mike McCaskill, Jean Linger, Mary Hanna and Sue Hachbold. Musicians are Bill Hathaway on the classics and 12-string gui tars and vocalists Mitch Hall and Sue Hachbold. The technical crew consists of James and Melanie Dennis and Mike McCaskill. House and publicity is being handled by Kay Slowey, Paul Peterson and Lucy Gravett. Campus Briefs Country and western tonight at Basement A country and western night will be presented at the Basement of the Memorial Student Center tonight. Entertainment will include country and western music by Dennis Baird and the Great Un known, Byron Lesar, and others. The Basement Committee was encouraged to present the coun try and western night after it was found that some of the per formers had country and western talents. Saturday night the Basement will return to the familiar folk music with entertainment being provided by the Joint Commis sion, The Southwest Bryan Hot Pot, Mike and Lee, Ben Miller, and others. The basement will be open from 8 p.m. to midnight both nights with an admission charge of 50 cents for singles and 75 cents for couples. Longer breakfast time will continue Col. Fred Dollar told a Thurs day meeting of the menu com mittee that keeping the continen tal breakfast line open longer each morning is working fine and that it will be continued and pos sibly extended to 8:30 next fall. Also discussed at the meeting were the chicken fried steaks served at the evening meal May 11. Committee members said that the steaks, of a ground meat variety, were preferred by some students while not approved by others, said Pat Wertheim, com mittee chairman. Dollar told the group that the newer kind was easier to prepare and cheaper than those previously served, but are not as high qual ity meat. People liked his actions SAN DIEGO, Calif. <A>) — A husky football star who stood alone between the U.S. flag and 150 campus demonstrators for three hours says he can’t believe the favorable public response to what he did. Since the incident Monday Pierson says he has received hundreds of telephone calls, let ters and telegrams from across the United States, commending him. The school’s athletic depart ment reported many favorable calls, including offers of finan cial help if Pierson needed any. Pierson, a senior marketing student, was walking from class when he spotted militants lower ing the flag at San Diego State College to half-staff in support of their stand. The 6-foot-3, 250-pound ex sailor raised it back to the top and stood his ground while being threatened with fire hoses and chemical sprays. “I was born under that flag,” Pierson told the demonstrators. “I fought for that flag, and I am going to college because of what it stands for.” Pierson, 23, of Arlington, Tex., an All-West Coast center, joins the New York Jets professional football camp July 14. He has a wife and a 3-year-old daughter. Thanks Old Army. for a great year. We appreciate your business, and we want you to know it. We sincerely hope that our dealings have been as pleasant for yon as they’ve been for us. And for the men that are leaving, come on in and let us buy your books one more time. We’ll pay the best price - as always - and shake your hand one more time. Loupot's •- ^xv.. . .v v >. •>. '.v-. MONDAY EVENING SPECIAL BEEF STEW WITH GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLES in Casserole Choice of Green Vegetable Rolls - Butter Tea or Coffee and Choice of Mom’s Pie or Cake $0.99 TUESDAY EVENING SPECIAL BAKED MEAT LOAF WITH TOMATO SAUCE Rolls - Butter Tea or Coffee and Choice of any two vegetables $0.99 WEDNESDAY EVENING SPECIAL CHICKEN FRIED STEAK WITH CREAM GRAVY Rolls - Butter Tea or Coffee and Choice of any two vegetables $0.99 THURSDAY EVENING SPECIAL ITALIAN CANDLELIGHT DINNER ITALIAN SPAGHETTI Served with Spiced Meat Balls & Sauce Parmesan Cheese Tossed Green Salad Choice of Salad Dressing Hot Garlic Bread Tea or Coffee $0.99 FRIDAY EVENING SPECIAL .. OCEAN CATFISH FILET Tarter Sauce Cole Slaw Grandma’s Cornbread Rolls - Butter Tea or Coffee and Choice of any two vegetables $0.99 SATURDAY SPECIAL NOON AND EVENING GULF SHRIMP Cocktail Sauce French Fried Potatoes Cole Slaw Rolls - Butter Tea or Coffee $0.99 SUNDAY SPECIAL NOON AND EVENING ROAST TURKEY DINNER Served With Cranberry Sauce Cornbread Dressing Rolls - Butter Tea or Coffee Giblet Gravy and your choice of any two vegetables $0.99 For your protection we purchase meats, fish and poultry from Government inspected plants.