The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 25, 1970, Image 3

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•' * • •••■: ■ ■.•.■■■; i 3 i o y i & 3N THE BATTALION riday, September 25, 1970 College Station, Texas Page 3 J. C. (Jim) Harris THE BUG SHOP, Inc. 1911 So. College Ava 3 Bryan, Texas 77801 Phone 822-5383 Bryan's Leading Independent Volkswagen Service SATURDAY The CORNERSTONE BLUES BAND 9 p. m. — la. m. Set-Ups & Sandwiches Available VICTOR'S 333 University North Gate ACROSS FROM THE POST OFFICE A&M receives $2 million Texas A&M has been awarded National Science Foundation grants totaling $2.5 million, for operation of the institution’s Sea Grant Program, announced Act ing President A. R. Luedecke. The grants include $1,166,000 for academic year 1970-71 and $1,400,000 in 1971-72 for develop ment of marine resources in Tex- In addition to the work con ducted by A&M, the funds also will help support marine work at six other Texas schools and at Dow Chemical Co., Luedecke said. “We are expanding our coopera tive efforts with other Texas schools and with industry in or der to focus the best talents in the state toward the area of ma rine resources and to fulfill the needs of the state for education, research and advisory services,” explained Dr. John C. Calhoun, A&M’s vice president for pro grams and director of its Sea Grant Program. During 1970-71, third year of the program, A&M will direct $166,900 toward cooperative work with Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, Texas State Technical In stitutes at Waco and Harlingen, University of Houston, Lamar State College of Technology at Beaumont, and Brazosport Junior College and Dow Chemical at Freeport. Calhoun said the program at A&M is a university-wide effort, with participation by 21 depart ments and divisions in eight of the university’s colleges. Under its Sea Grant Program agreement with NSF, A&M pro vides matching funds which raise the total third-year effort to more than $1.7 million and next year’s program to $2.1 million, the uni versity official explained. Calhoun said Sea Grant funds will be used to support 50 proj ects involving more than 100 pro fessional staff members. This year’s program includes $611,000 for research, $254,500 for education and training programs, $150,000 for marine advisory serv ices and $150,500 for program di rection and development. Research activities involve in vestigations in living resources (primarily fisheries), seafood science and technology, manage- Liberal Arts ment and preservation of the en vironment, mineral resources, en gineering and technology, marine socio-economics and marine re sources law. Technical development services will also be initiated under the third-year grant through A&M’s Industrial Economics Research Division. This project will provide technical assistance to port direc tors and developers, small manu facturing firms and the marine recreation industry. The Sea Grant Program is di rected toward development of ed ucational, research and advisory activities in the fields of marine science and education. A&M is one of 10 universities in the na tion receiving institutional sup port under the NSF program. (Continued from page 1) ternoon in three hour courses now having them (this effective next spring), proposing no major quiz zes or papers during dead week in departments of the college, and proposing the 4.0 system. ROSES We Specialize In Them— Red, yellow, pink, tropicana We Have Them. AGGIELAND FLOWER & GIFT SHOPPE Member F.T.D for out of town orders. 209 University Dr. 846-5825 BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES One day <C per word each addition Minimum charge—75^ Classified Display $1.00 per column inch each insertion 5d per word ional day DEADLINE 1 p.m. day before publication FOR RENT Near me, fenced yard. om, 55. unfurnished 16t2 Air-conditioned duplex. Phone 846-7334. 14t.3 >o bedroom furnished and unfurnished irtments. $105 to SI 15. Central air and Married couples only. 846-3408. liversity Acres. 13tfn RENT A HOME TRINITY GARDEN DUPLEXES I M projector and films for rent—Akkic in (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn inf? (will also work your cattle. Call 822- 10. 2 Bedrooms 1% Baths Central Heat & Air Fully Carpeted & Draped All Electric Kitchens Attached Garage with Washer and Dryer Connections Privately Fenced Back Yard 1 Block from Elementary School 3 Blocks from Proposed High School (Fall ’71) For Rental Information 846-3988 9tfn WORK WANTED FOR SALE 1968 Honda DB rack. 350. Windshield, 846-5416 after 5. Lif?)?age 16tfn Camaro 1968. 327 Cl, V-8, 4 barrel, 4- eed, factory air, LeMans Blue, white radio, low mileage. $1495. 846- speed vinyl 1962 Chrysler New Yorker. For parts 15t4 only. Make offer. 846-9036. Border collie puppies. Call after 6 p. m. 846-3924. 15t3 ’68 Plymouth Fury III, V-8, two-door brakes, steering, factory air. 35,000 miles. Excellent condition. 823- iry Itop. Power brake 35,000 miles. Exce 0961 or after 5, 846-5768. 15t2 HONDA SUPERHAWK 305cc. COM PLETELY CUSTOM BIKE. LOOKS GREAT—RUNS SAME. MUCH CHROME. MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY — CHEAP ! 846-2940. 14t3 Twin l>eds with mattress and springs. Juhle bed with box sprinf condition. 822-4538 after 5. Double bed with box PONTIAC G. T. O. ’66. POLYGLAS TIRES, MAGS, HOLLEY, STEREO TAPES, CUSTOM PAINT, AIR, EVEN MORE. EXCELLENT CONDITION. $1795. 846-5854. 13t5 Tapes, tapes, 8 track - brand new, guaranteed perfect - latest country west ern, rock - soul — The very latest releases, all artists - Fantastic prices — only $4.75 each Tell your friends about this deal Aggie Den. Racquel Welch posters - new release beautifu ul - also many new red hot posters arriving daily - Come see Aggie Den 9tfn Girlie films - Beaver - 8M black and whites - 200 foot rolls regularly $30.00 per roll, new 3 rolls for $25.00. Limited supply—Aggie Den. 8tfn 12 x 60 mobile home. Call 845-6551. 6tfn lypiny, experienced. 846-5416 after 5. 16tfn Ion and gut. Call 846-4477. upplies 123tfn Custom Bookbinding, Plastic Spi ral Binding, and Gold Stamping of Books, Journals, Theses, Dissertations, and Reports. UNIVERSAL BINDERY 311 Church Street, College Station — 846-3840 llltfn Ifping, full time, Notary Public, •iricard accepted, 823-6410 or 82 Bank- 3-3838. lOtfn IPING, electric. Close to campus. Expe cted. Reasonable. 846-2934. Itfn '.'Ping. Electric, symbols, experienced. *•8165. 132tfn HELP WANTED “Oan Church desires nursery a "iday morning 9:30 to 12. Call Itiday 823-8223. ttendant. 823-5451 14t3 ihulz Havoline, Amalie, Conoco. 34c cjt* Prestone — $1.69 Gal. —EVERYDAY— J’e stock all local major brands, where low oil prices originate. Quantity Rights Reserved Heel 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 Alternators $19.95 Exchange Starters - Generators Many $13.95 exch. Your Friedrich Dealer Joe Faulk Auto Parts 220 E. 25th Bryan, Texas JOE FAULK ’32 Our 25th year in Bryan TOTAL ENVIRONMENT Surfboards, Posters, Leather, and More Open Daily 6 to 10 Thursday 10 to 9 29th at Stillmeadow in Wee Villa 846-0324 ige 4tl POSTERS - POSTERS - POSTERS - POSTERS. The kind you like Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn 4 and 8 track tapes, 5 for 5Lo.UU gu; teed Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn Bumper stickers - Bumper stickers Bumper stickers - Bumper stickers - All kinds Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). oupot s). 135tfn Tape decks, tapes, radios, ue sticks, orket book ;, cas: girlie and 8 track tapes, cassette ssette tape players. Jointed magazines, girlie films, party albums, record albums, rs, watches, 1 at real b: —Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn poc playboy pin-up posters, watchef Almost anything. All at real bargains Jointed cue sticks from $9.95 to $15.00 good selectio Aggie Den (next to Lou- 135tfn Ann-Margaret Vietnam photos in livi as supply Aggie Den rgaret Vietnam photos in living Fantastic collectors item - Limited (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn Girlie magazines, and pocket books at 50 r /c discount - Don’t pay more ! Buy your magazines at Vf. price at Aggie Den. 135tfn Three Japanese made electric guitar, pickups, vibrator and case. Worth over $100.00 but selling for $55. 845-2803 129tfn Watch Repairs Jewelry Repair Diamond Senior Ring’s Senior Rings Refinished C. W. Varner & Sons Jewelers North Gate 846-5816 SPECIAL NOTICE To be eligible to purchase the Texas A&M University ring, an undergraduate must have at least one academic year in residence and credit for nine-five (95) semester hours. The hours passed at pre grade report period on October rs pai period 19, 1970 may be used in satisfying the ninety-five (95) hour requirement. Stu dents qualifying under this regulation may now leave their names with the ring clerk. Room 7, Richard Coke Building. She, in records to determine their eligibility. Orders for these rings the Ring Clerk starting turn will check igibility. will be taken b: y on or about January 22, 1971. The ring clerk is on duty from 8:00 to 12:00 noon, Mon day through Friday, of each week. H. L. Heaton, Dean Admissions and Records. BILL’S TOP SHOP SEAT COVERS VINYL TOPS Installation Repairs RECONDITIONING AUTO CARPETS HEADLINERS 1008 W. 25th, Bryan 822-4918 14t3 Attention December Graduates. You may begin ordering your Graduation Invitations at the Building Cashier’s Window in the MSC. 9-12, 1-4, Mon.-Fri. The deadline for ordering is Oct. 15. 14tl2 Baha’ I Students - REMINDER. FEAST of Mashiyyat, Saturday, September 26. Din ner at 6:30 p. m., FEAST at 7:30 p. m. Fireside every Thursday, 8:00 p. m. 1204 Marstellar. 846-9793. 13t4 Aggie Den open from 8 a. m. till mid night, 7 days each week. Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn Service For All Chrysler Corp. Cars Body Work — Painting Free Estimates HALSELL MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Dodge Sales and Service Since 1922 1411 Texas Ave. — 823-8111 WANTED ROOMMATE TO SHARE UNFUR NISHED APARTMENT, $150 MONTHLY, AIR CONDITIONED NO WEIRDO’S OR CAMEL-JOCKS. 822-1001 AFTER 5. 16t3 Working girl need roommate to share expenses. Call 822-2146 after 5. 14t3 Female roommate to share two bedroom duplex. Call Taffi, 846-9036 after 5. 9tfn WE BUY ALMOST ANYTHING—AGGIE DEN (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn We buy magazines, pocket books, tapes, tape decks, etc. We buy almost anything of value—Aggie Den (next to Loupot’s). 135tfn We buy used magazines, pocket books, playboys,—Aggie Den. 135tfn CHILD CARE Child care with experience; need new recruits. 846-6536. 133tfn HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CEN TER, 3400 South College, State Licensed. S23-8626. Virginia D. Jones. R. N. 99tfn OFFICIAL NOTICE Official notices must arrive in the Office ■jf Student Publications before deadline of 1 p.m. of the day proceeding publication. Students interested in applying- for a Rhodes Scholarship should confer with :er, R. H. Ballinger, Room 302-A Academic Bldg., by October 6, 1970. 15tfn It is now time for all Corps Accounts, Corpb Civilian Government Organizations, Depart- nt Organizations, . mental and Professional Clubs, Hometown Hubs, ccount, S rning Organization: imetown and International Clubs, Honor Societies, unt. Sports Clubs, Stu- MSC Advised Ac dent Body Governing Organizations, and Service Organizations to apply for Official Recognization by the University, at the Student Finance Center, MSC, 8-12, 1-4. Mon. - Fri. Deadline October 1, 1970. 3tl6 GARAGE SALE 1718 North Rosema from 9-6. Clothi purses, North Rosemary. Friday, Saturday 6. Clothing, gifts, suitcases, shoes, food, UNUSED items. 16tl Female students Den - from 8 a. rr a week. nvited to the Aggie till midnight, 7 days Maggies invited to the Aggie Den - Come e 1 join the fun - open 8 a. m. till midn 7 days a week. [night, 135tfn Aggies! - Bring your date to the Aggie Den and enjoy billiards and pin-hall—Ag gie Den. 135tf Ladies invited to the Aggie Den - Get up a party and come enjoy the Aggie Den, 307 University. 135tfn Attention personnel of A&M University. “nt< 094 ou furnishings at prices th: ion pe Wood's Furniture Cent -lephone niture outlet offers y Av enue, Telephone 823-0947. This retail fur- the finest in home er, 800 Texas 17. This retail le f yoi to miss. Our motto is “We will not be iu can’t afford e i undersold.” The mark of excellency. Wood’s fabulous Furniture Center, Bryan, Texas. 135tl 8 TRANSMISSIONS REPAIRED & EXCHANGED Completely Guaranteed Lowest Prices HAMILL’S TRANSMISSION 33rd. & Texas Ave. Bryan 822-6874 mammmmmaaamm GM Lowest Priced Cars S49.79 per mo. With Normal Down Payment OPEL KADETT Sellstrom Pontiac - Buick 2700 Texas Ave. 26th & Parker 822-1336 822-1307 ENGINEERING & OFFICE SUPPLY CORP. REPRODUCTION & MEDIA — ARCH. & ENGR. SUPPLIES SURVEYING SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT - • OF FICE SUPPLIES • MULT1LITH SERVICE & SUPPLIES 402 West 25th St. Ph. 823-0939 Bryan, Texas TROPHIES PLAQUES Engraving Service Ask About Discounts Texas Coin Exchange, Inc. 1018 S. Texas 822-5121 Bob Boriskie *55 COINS SUPPLIES DR. G. A. SMITH Optometrist Specializing in eye examination & contact lenses DIAL 822-3557 DOWNTOWN BRYAN AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Cal!: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3100 S. College SOSOLIKS TV & RADIO SERVICE Zenith - Color & B&W - TV All Makes B&W TV Repairs 713 S. MAIN 822-2133 WHITE AUTO STORES Bryan and College Station can save you up to 40% on auto parts, oil, filters, etc. 846-5626. Rentals-Sales-Service TYPEWRITERS Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines Smith-Corona Portables CATES TYPEWRITER CO 909 S. Main 822-6000 Alan Giles, senior in political science, asked why a course pro posed in black politics last year had been turned down. “The executive committee was more in favor of an ethnic ap proach,” McCandless explained. “The head of the political science department then (Dr. William C. Gibbons) said it’s either this (the black politics course) or nothing at all.” “Sociology now has a course in ethnic sociology,” Giles said. “If sociology students wanted a more specific course, say one studying the ghetto Negro, do you think this would have a chance ?” McCandless said if the course proposal was well developed, he felt it would go through. Students on the Liberal Arts Student Council are: Economics —- Terry Hogwood, senior; Stanley Friedli, junior; Dean Boyd, sophomore. English — Kenton L. Smith, senior; Sylvia King, junior; Deb orah Rauch, sophomore. History — Michael Hardin, sen ior; Robert A. Richers, junior; Mark E. Krugler, sophomore. Journalism — Payne Harrison, senior; Fran Haugen, junior; Hayden Whitsett, sophomore. Modern Language — Rebecca Kirby, senior; James Medl, jun ior; Jean Linger, sophomore. Philosophy—Michael T. Kram- pitz, senior; William T. Hamilton, junior; John W. O’Hara, sopho more. Law (Continued from page 1) pictures for the civilian section, even though they were warned seven weeks before the pictures were due. “Civilians were given some 20- plus pages free-gratis for civilian activities,” Olson said. Bill Gore, Moore Hall president; Bill Shaw, Leggett Hall president and Fernando Gia»netti, Schu macher Hall president, said their dorms had submitted pictures they couldn’t find anywhere in the Ag- gieland. Joe Arredondo, who will be ci vilian editor this year, said he will see if it is possible to get more civilians working on the ci vilian section. Gore said it seemed the only way a civilian could get on the Aggieland staff would be to be come a member of Company A-2. He said he would be interested in working on it in order to see proper civilian representation, but he was not willing to join the corps to do it. Most, if not all, of the Aggie land staff usually belongs to A-2. Arredondo said the civilians would have 34 free pages to work with this year. BEST RESULTS TRY BATTALION CLASSIFIED CANTEBURY BELTS nines umbersitp men’s! toear 329 University Drive 713/846-2706 Collette Station, Texas 77840 BROWN - ALLEN MOTOR CO. 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