The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, August 12, 1970, Image 3

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THE BATTALION Wednesday, August 12, 1970 College Station, Texas Page 3 1 Premiere Players provide ^ thrills 9 chills in melodrama IS ocatk Endow m, ts S OO The train whistle sounds through the darkness. The Brazos Valley, Wellborn and Pacific rushes along the tracks toward the mountain pass with a load of mail that will save the valley and a widow’s homestead. Ahead, Truman Pendennis lies bound to the sabotaged rails by the villainous Simon Darkway, while the heroine Prudence Hope- well wrings her hands helplessly. Will the train nip their ro mance? Does the Brazos Valley, Wellborn and Pacific special hit the break in the tracks, derail and plunge the valley into the clutches of Darkway and his scummy aid, Dirk Sneath. The Premiere Players provide the thrilling climax in Thursday, Friday and Saturday (Aug. IS IS) stagings of “Love Rides the Rails, or, Will the Main Train Run Tonight?” here. The melodrama under produc tion of the summer teenage com pany for the last month opens at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Fallout Theater of Guion Hall. Admission will be 50 cents per person. Danny Foster is prepared to take the boos, hisses and jeers of the audience as Simon Darkway, who uses all means to take over ,- the railroad that sustains the || valley. The heroine Prudence Hope- well, whose maidenly modesty doesn’t allow evil to triumph over good, is played by Cheri Lind quist. Mark Elmquist appears as her boyfriend Truman Pendennis and Kathy Lofgren as her widow mother. Billy Smith will be the hero’s sidekick Harold Stanfast with Karl Freund taking the evil counterpart. Premier Players rehearse ‘Love Rides the Rails’ BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES )ne day A4 per wor li per word each additional day Minimum char*e---B0d Classified Display 904 Per column inch each insertion DEADLINE 4 p.m. day before publication FOR SALE For sale by owner. Two bedroom duplex near University. 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Excellent facilities, playground equipment, registered nurse in charge. 846-3928. l32t21 HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CENTER 3406 South College Ave. announces the staff for 1970-1971 KINDERGARTEN — Mrs. Betty Wil liams, B.S. 4 YEAR OLD SCHOOL — Mrs. Peggy Kindt, B.S. 3 YEAR OLD SCHOOL — Mrs. Glynda Schultz, B.S. 2 YEAR OLD SCHOOL — Mrs. Sandy Mitchell, Mrs. Linda Thompson TEACHER ASSISTANT — Mrs. Ruth White SCHOOL COORDINATOR—Mrs. Nan cy Whitlock , B.A. TODDLERS — Mrs. Dorothy Bond Mrs. Cathy Henshaw INFANTS — Mrs. Ingebrog Bengs COOK — Rachel Benson Mrs. Larry Jones, R.N., B.S. DIREC TOR Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jones — OWNERS registering for our Fall We are schools. 823-8626 • Watch Repairs • Jewelry Repair • Diamond Senior Rings • Senior Rings Refinished C. W. Varner & Sons Jewelers North Gate 846-5816 1 1 WORK WANTED Tennis racket restringing and supplies nylon and gut. 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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 HELP WANTED FOR BEST RESULTS TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED OFFICIAL NOTICE Official notices must arrive in the Offici t»f Student Publications before deadline 1 p.m. of the day proceeding publicati THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Jelinek, A1 Vincent E INTENSITIES mc< Degree: Ph.D. in Physics Dissertation: ABSOLUTI of Energetic comsic ray muons NEAR SEA LEVEL. Time: August 19, 1970 at 1:00 p. m. Place: Room 321 in the Physics Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE on for the Doct Name: Mehta, Himatlal Chhaganlal Degree: Ph.D. in Soil Physics Dissertation: A STUDY hysl OF THE RELA- Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Mehta Ph.D ition : TIONSHIPS BETWEEN ROOT GROWTH AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SOILS. Time: August 14, 1970 at 9:00 a. m. Place: Room 102 in the Agronomy Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Fletcher, Raymond Lee Degree: Ph.D. in Health and Physical Education Dissertation: SELECTED PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS AND ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION OF MALE COLLEGE FRESHMEN. Time: August 17, 1970 at 3:30 p. m. allie :e V ~ Dean of the Graduate College ce: olise Coliseum George W. Kunze THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name : Walston. Harry Wade Degree: Ph.D. in Education Dissertation: AN INDUSTRIAL SURVEY TO DETERMINE CRITERIA FOR A PROGRAM GUIDE FOR DRAFTING DESIGN TECHNOLOGY IN TEXAS JUNIOR COLLEGES. Time: August 13, 1970 at 3:30 p. m. Place: Room 402-A in the Academic Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Hayes, Claude William Degree: Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry Dissertation: BOMB CALORIMETRIC STUDIES ON NORMAL ALKAN-l-OLS, STEREOREGULAR POLYMETHYLME THACRYLATES, A-OLEFINIC POLY MERS, TRIOXANE, AND OXYGE NATED POLYMERS. Time: August' 15, 1970 at 10:00 a. m. Place: Room 220 in the Chemistry Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Ruszler, Paul Leland Degree: Ph.D. in Poultry Science Dissertation: THE EFFECT OF PERCH ES. TOE CLIPPING, POPULATION AND BIRD DENSITY ON THE PER FORMANCE OF CAGE LAYERS. Time: August 17, 1970 at 2:00 p. m. Place: Room 200 in the Agriculture Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Van Dlijk, Albert Heinrich Degree: Ph.D. in Horticulture Dissertation : INFLUENCE OF NITRO GEN AND CALCIUM ON COOKING QUALITY AND MINERAL CONTENT OF XANTHOSOMA SAGITATTAEFOL- IUM. Time: August 20, 1970 at 9:00 a. m. Place: Room 110 in the Plant Science Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College ELLISON RADIO & TV SERVICE RCA & MOTOROLA SALES We Service All Makes Bryan, Texas 2703 So. College Ave. 823-5126 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 GM Lowest Priced Cars $49.79 per mo. 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Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Bateman, Benjamin Jefferson Jr. Degree: Ph.D. in Physics Dissertation: THE MOMENTUM AND ZENITHAL DEPENDENCE OF THE CHARGE RATIO OF ENERGETIC COS MIC RAY MUONS NEAR SEA LEVEL. Time: August 20, 1970 at 1:00 p. m. Place: Room 331 in the Physics Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Gray, Thomas Eli Degree: Ph.D. in Industrial Education Dissertation: MANPOWER NEEDS AND THE ADOPTION OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES AMONG DAILY NEWSPA PERS IN THE STATE OF TEXAS BY 1980. Tme: Augrust 20, 1970 at 2:00 p. m. me: August ZU, 1970 at z :uu p. i Place: Room 8-E in the ME Shop Bldg. :e V ~ Dean of the Graduate College G eorge W. Kunze THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Poulser, Niel Mowman Degree: Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering Dissertation: FEASIBILITY STUDY TO INCREASE THE AVAILABLE TAMVEC PROTON AND DEUTERON ENERGIES. Time: August 21, 1970 at 3:00 p. m. Place: Room 201-A in the W. T. Doherty (Pet. Eng.) Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Young, Louis Lee Degree: Ph.D. in Poultry Science (Prod ucts Technology) Dissertation : PREPARATION AND DE TERMINATION OF EGG WHITE OVO MUCIN. Time: August 21, 1970 at 9:30 a. m. Place: Room 200 in the Agricultural Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Knotts, Clifton Don ; -='H Degree: Ph.D. in Education Dissertation: AGRICULTURAL MECHAN ICAL SKILLS NEEDED BY FARMERS IN TEXAS. Time: August 14. 1970 at 8:00 a. Place: Room 118 in the Agricultc gineering Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Karim, Mahmcdul Degree: Ph.D. in Wildlife Science Dissertation : EFFECT OFF DIET ON THE FEEDING BEHAVIOR. GROWTH AND TEMPERATURE TOLERANCE OF POSTLARVAL PENAEUS AZTECUS AND P. SETIFERUS. Time: August 19, 1970 at 2:00 p. m. Place: Room 405 in the Biological Science George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE eering Dissertation: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRO PHORETIC AND ELECTRO CHEM ICAL WATER PURIFICATION SYS TEMS. Time: Auglst 19, 1970 at 10:00 a. m. Place: Room 305 in the Agricultural En gineering Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Levin, Moshe Degree: Ph.D. in Civil Engineering Dissertation : SOME INVESTIGATIONS OF THE FREEWAY LANE CHANGING PROCESS. Time: August 17, 1970 at 10:00 a. m. Place: Room 106 in the Highway Research Center George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: McClung, Gene Roark Degree: Ph.D. in Physics Dissertation: EXPERIMENTAL INVESTI GATIONS OF THE THERMOMAG- NETIC TOUGUE EFFECT IN DEUTER IUM. Time: August 19, 1970 at 3:00 p. m. Place: Room 301 in the Physics Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Bhatt, Jayantiprasad Purusottam- das Degree: Ph.D. in Horticulture Dissertation : PROTEIN AND AMINO ACID CONTENTS OF SOUTHERN PEAS (VIGNA SINENSIS (L) END1) AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO AN- THOCYANIN DEVELOPMENT. Time: August 19, 1970 at 9:30 a. m. Place: Room 110 in the Plant Science Bldg. George W. Kunz^ Dean of the .unze Graduate College FOR BEST RESULTS TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED Rentals-Sales-Service TYPEWRITERS Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines Smith-Corona Portables CATES TYPEWRITER CO 909 S. Main 822-6000 ‘Granny’ earns her vet degree Veterinary students here af fectionately call her “granny.” She is unabashed about telling you she was a high school drop out. But from now on, she will be known in the professional world as Dr. Dorothy Kane, a practicing veterinarian. Five years ago, a bored house wife started classes at Weather ford Junior College because “there was not enough at home to keep me busy.” Friday night the 38-year-old Fort Worth native received the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. No family was prouder of a college graduate than hus band Joe, daughter Mary Ellen and Mrs. Kanes’ two-year-old grandson. Her mother, Mrs. Jim Holmes of Fort Worth, (3205 Chippewa) also attended. For many years Dr. Kane led the typical middle-class urban life. She was a housewife, mother and took part in middle-class social activities. The former Women’s Division chairman of the Tarrant County Lighthouse for the Blind had dropped out of school after fin ishing junior high school. She married Joe Kane, who later received a math degree from Texas Christian University. He currently . is a senior design en gineer with General Dynamics in Fort Worth. In 1963 Mrs. Kane was Demo cratic chairman of Fort Worth Precinct 135. She also was active in the Ridglea Town and Country Garden Club, and is a past- president. The couple’s daughter was busy with high school activities when Mrs. Kane decided to go to college. “Joe encouraged me. I couldn’t have done it without him,” she admits. Mrs. Kane applied at Weather ford Junior College and was ac cepted under probation. She had to pass at least 12 hours with a C average. “I didn’t know anything about college, so I signed up for 20 hours.” How did she do? “I made all A’s.” Dorothy spent a year in junior college and then enrolled at the University of Texas, Arlington. She decided her goal was to be a veterinarian. Most of her 47 hours at Weath erford and Arlington were biology and chemistry courses. “As the kids say, they were my bag,” she laughed. In 1967 she came to Texas A&M, enrolled in the first year professional class. “A lot of people think I should be surprised or excited about graduation,” she confided. “I knew from the very beginning I would make it. “I was more excited about be ing accepted, but because I am interested in animals and veter inary medicine, I did well.” Dr. Kane was the first woman student in the College of Veter inary Medicine to be elected to both class and college offices. She was reporter for the Stu dent Chapter, American Veteri nary Medicine Association, public relations chairman of the second year class and a staff member of the Southwestern Veterinarian three years, last year as per sonality editor. Dr. Kane was one of six coeds graduating from a class of 125. “I was surprised by the way the boys accepted me,” she notes. “Some of the girls in advanced classes would talk about how dreadfully they were treated by the boys. It wasn’t true in our class and it’s not true in other classes,” she said. She was “impressed with the stability and good common sense of the students. Being in college has given me a whole new out look. “My view on life is completely different. The world is broader and more beautiful.” SBISA AND DUNCAN HALL DAILY SPECIAL $0.89 CHAR BROILED CHOPPED STEAK Choice of any vegetable Sliced Tomato on Lettuce Hot Rolls and Oleo Tea, Punch or Coffee COURT’S SADDLERY . . . FOR WESTERN WEAR OR FOR YOUR MARE. FOR SHOE REPAIR BRING IN A PAIR. 403 N. Main 822-0161 ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHAPEL Sunday Services: 8:00 A. M. 9:15 A. M. Adult Class 10:20 A. M. Nursery and Kindergarten 9:15 A. M. Rector: Wm. R. Oxley Chaplain: W. M. 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