The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, July 08, 1970, Image 5

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DISCOUNT MEAL Coupon books are on SALE AT THE FOOD SERVICES MANAGER’S JiFFICE-MSC _ "MONDAY*EVENIN G | SPECIAL BROILED SALISBURY STEAK W/SAUTEED ONIONS Choice of two vegetables Rolls - Butter Tea or Coffee V4'i I atioc I $0.99 TUESDAY EVENING SPECIAL baked meat loaf WITH TOMATO SAUCE Rolls - Butter Tea or Coffee and Choice of any two vegetables $0.99 846-^j' 12ft sup# 0 istic >ing ses, rts. :rv 840 lllt/n Si? Ull# tfED ands. inatS' jd lists •S, ps. ided WEDNESDAY EVENING SPECIAL CHICKEN FRIED STEAK WITH CREAM GRAVY . Rolls - Butter Tea or Coffee and Choice of any two vegetables $0.99 t urs THURSDAY EVENING SPECIAL ITALIAN CANDLEUGHT 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 Combread 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 Combread Dressing Rolls - Butter Tea or Coffee Giblet Gravy and your choice of any two vegetables $0.99 f MSC )^Cafeteria For your protection we purchase meats, fish and poultry from Government inspected plants. THE BATTALION Wednesday, July 8, 1970 College Station, Texas Page 5 Council ready for school year Summer activities of Civilian Student Council members and residence hall presidents are not hindering preparation for the 1970-71 school year. Howard Perry, civilian student activities director, said consider able correspondence is passing between members and his office in “planning for the onslaught Aug. 31. Fall semester classes begin on that date and more than half of the male undergraduate enroll ment will be civilians housed on campus and participating in ci vilian programs. Perry said CSC members head ed by Mark Olson, president of Canyon, will attend leadership conferences, the YMCA fresh man camp and Midwest Associa tion of College and University Residence Halls convention be ginning in mid-August. All civilian hall presidents and council members will be here by Aug. 26 for orientation and work sessions, leading to orientation sessions for the various halls later during the week before classes start. A 16-member group composed primarily of hall presidents and accompanied by Eugene C. Oates Jr., residence hall program ad visor, will attend the Midwest association convention in Wichi ta, Kan., Aug. 20. He said campaign plans are being made to run Bill Scherle of Henderson, Iowa,' and Harry Need of Newark, Del., for presi dent and vice president, respec tively, of the Midwest region, largest regional group in the Na tional Association of College and University Residence Halls. CSC executive officers also will be at Wichita. Perry noted that several of the civilian student leaders in volved in 1970 - 71 school year planning are in summer school at A&M. Others are scattered widely, working for a congress man in Washington, D. C.; in the Marine Lab in Galveston and visiting parents in Germany. Faculty members to attend confab Four faculty members have been named recipients of ex pense-paid trips to the Southern Regional Teaching Improvement Work Conference, July 7-9, at the University of Georgia, Dr. R. C. Potts, associate dean of instruction, College of Agricul ture, has announced. Expenses incurred by the four will be covered by the Charles N. Shepardson Fund, a fund es tablished by the formed Dean of Agriculture for the advancement of teaching and benefit of edu cation in the College of Agri culture, Dr. Potts said. Named to represent the Uni versity are Dr. J. D. Dodd, Range Science Department; Dr. J. C. Grady, Agricultural Economics Department; Dr. M. H. Milford, Soil and Crop Sciences Depart ment; and Dr. H. W. Van Cleave, Entomology Department. “These men are among the top teachers in the College of Agri culture,” Dr. Potts said. “After participating in the conference, they will bring new ideas and techniques back to A&M and will probably develop a seminar for teachers in the college, so as to improve teaching throughout the College of Agriculture.” The theme of the Georgia con ference will be “Innovative Edu cation in Agriculture for the 1970’s,” Dr. Potts noted. Turning to the Charles N. Shepardson Fund, Dr. Potts said the former Federal Reserve Sys tem Board of Governors member had a keen interest in the teach ing program here and had estab lished the fund to assist in im proving its quality. Since its establishment, the fund has helped pay expenses of College of Agriculture staff members attending teaching im provement conferences and has pajd expenses of teachers to go to other universities to learn new methods of teaching, Dr. Potts said. “It has also been used to bring outstanding and recognized teachers and educators to the campus to conduct seminars on improvement of teaching, as well as helping young men pursue ad vanced degrees,” he said. Graduate courses featured in summer Three-week graduate credit courses in public school law and school-community relations will be featured offerings of the Edu cational Administration Depart ment during the second summer session. The workshop-type courses will have Dr. Bascom B. Hayes of the University of Texas at Austin and Lloyd R. Bell of the Texas State Teachers Association as visiting professors. Both courses coincide with the first three weeks of the second summer session of classes and will run July 13-31, announced Dr. L. S. Richardson, department head. Bell, president-elect of the Na tional Public Relations Associa tion, will conduct the school-com munity relations workshop from 8 to 11 a.m. daily. He directs the TSTA public relations division. MSC SNACK BAR Any 7-day board students who will be on campus July 4, 5, 6, 1970 may dine at the MSC Snack Bar. 5-day student may dine July 6. Your meal card must be pre sented in order to dine without charge. Snack Bar will be open from 7:15 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. each of these 3 days. Enter through east entrance adjacent to Post Office. JULY SPECIAL MAKE YOUR OWN DEAL! We Have Elevent Homes From 14 X 60 to 12 X 50 ft., All Completely Furnished. EDDIE SCHULTZ ’71 STEPHEN ROTSCH ’70 Browse through our sales lot at your convenience. We are open from 9:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Mon. - Sat. So come on in and let’s make a DEAL. Hickory Hills Mobile Homes “We Deal In Quality and Service” 1902 Texas Ave. Across From 823-5791 Townshire BREAD ™ 3 * - 87c MILK Evaporated 5 ^ 89c WESSON OIL - 89c Hunt’s — FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 - 89t TUNA Ob's:"..«33c FLOUR Shurf ine 5 oao 39c CATSUP To^alo 32.0,49c Hunt’s — Tomato ^ GT/K PASTE 6 - 89 Hunt’s — Tomato /"k SAUCE £ S. J9 Hunt’s — Stewed J tomatoes4^89 KOTEX 12’s 38 CHIFFON LIQUID^, 45 ROAST Lb. 89c BACON 79c FRANKS A :“ .,0,55c HAMS $1.39 DRY SALT JOWELS ., 29c CHICKEN HENS s "' iftPremium Lb 49c FRESH SWEET CORN NP" 5 ears 39^ K. Y. GREEN BEANS»29« M, ‘Shasta’ — Assorted -d ^ ^ DRINKS 12 ssf 98« Channel, Frozen — Perch FILLETS 16-Oz. A. F. Brand Mellorine 3^$1 Banquet, Frozen DINNERS 11-Oz. GOLDEN RIPE Bananas 10 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. California — Sunkist Oranges *19 Green PEPPERS *29 PRICES GOOD THUR. - FRI. - SAT. JULY 9,10,11, 1970. OREEM STAMRS CUP THIS COUPON OAAA/WMfm THIS COUPON GOOD FOR V 1 100 FREE S&H GREEN STAMPS With Purchase of $10.00 or More Excluding Cigarettes or Beer. ORR’S SUPER MARKET Coupon Void After July 11,1970. Wf&est in diJUfanM MRS 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 200 E. 24th STREET DOWNTOWN 3516 TEXAS AVENUE RIDGECREST