The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 29, 1970, Image 2

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THE BATTALION Page 2 College Station, Texas Tuesday, September 29, 1970 CADET SLOUCH by Jim Earle Listen Up the hatt forum Editor: Just for the record, is the grass between the street and the side walk around the Memorial Stu dent Center considered part of the memorial to A&M war dead? throw in enough to cover the goodies the jocks eat? —Name withheld by request I have always thought it was part of the memorial, but I have seen many A&M students and secretaries walk across this grass to get into their cars, and can’t help but flinch every time it happens. Can you set this straight? Susan Gower ’71 MSC Director J. Wayne Stark said as far as he knows, the answer is no. In fact, he says to his knowledge none of the grass is part of the memorial —just the building. It has been a student custom to stay off, he said, but there is, as far as he knows, no official ruling on it. —Ed. The Athletic Department pays for all items over and above the regular menu, Food Services Director Fred Dollar said. —Ed. ★ ★ ★ Editor: I am a graduate of the class of 1970 and am stationed for the next two years at the Armed Forces Examining and Entrance Station in Houston. I would like to extend an invitation to any Aggies who have questions about the draft, ROTC or any other area to feel free to contact me. Thomas S. Kincy Lt. AGC, Asst. Adjutant Editor: Do you have spiritual feelings of inadequacy and doubts? If so, take them to the MSC some night and await the inevitable arrival of a “traptist.” A traptist is an overzealous soul searcher who will trap you into a conversation regarding the validity of theo logical relativism. So far this year I’ve been “hit” three times by these people, who maintain a constant vigil at the MSC. If they were reciting or handing out antiwar, antiestablishment, antiadministration or antiany- thing information, I’m pretty sure they would be ushered into oblivion. To say the least, I’ve had more pleasurable experiences. Like the time I was sea-sick and had lockjaw at the same time. B. Paul Quinn Bulletin Board ir ir Editor: While going through the back of Sbisa I noticed the master menus for last week. For last Wednesday noon meal, the Main has chili and macaroni, the annex has sandwiches and the athletes have what is described as a 14-oz. T-bone steak. ‘Those guys are not in th’ mood to talk football!’ So far as I know, the jocks pay the same $389 us mere mor tals do, minus whatever scholar ships they get for sweating their guts out so we can have a good time watching them beat the hell out of Ohio State on Saturday. My only question is, does all the money go into one pot and out comes chili-mac from one ladle and T-bones from the other, or does the Athletic Department Numbers in ( ) denote channels on the cable. 3:00 3 (5) Corner Pyle 15 (12) Sesame Street (NET) (Repeat of Monday) 3 (5) Town Talk 3 (5) Dark Shadows 15 (12) University Instructional 4:30 3 (5) Bewitched 5:00 3 (5) General Hospital 5:30 3:30 4:00 15 (12) Misterogers’ Neighborhood (NET) 3 (5) CBS News 15 (12) Sesame Street (NET) 3 (5) Evening News 6:30 3 (5) Beverly Hillbillies 15 (12) Campus and Community Today 7:00 3 (5) Green Acres 15 (12) What’s New (NET) 7:30 3 (5) Hee Haw 15 (12) Folk Guitar 6:00 8:00 15 (12) Questions 8:30 3 (5) To Rome with Love 15 (12) Viewpoint 9:00 3 (5) Marcus Welby, MD 15 (12) NET Journal 10:00 3 (5) Final News TONIGHT Cepheid Variable Science Fic tion Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in room 3D of the MSC. It will be an introductory and organization al meeting, and all those inter ested in science fiction, fantasy or comics are welcome. Army Cadet Wives Club will hold a welcoming coffee at 8 p.m. at the home of Col. and Mrs. Jim McCoy, 2702 Burton Dr., Bryan. All wives whose husbands are Army ROTC members or grad students with contracts are urged to attend. American Institute of Industri al Engineers will meet at 7:30 p.m. in room 145 of the Physics Building. Dr. A. Wortham will speak on plans and operation of the Industrial Engineers Depart ment. WEDNESDAY Society for the Advancement of Management will hold a smoker at 8 p.m. in the Shilo Club. Texas A&M Women’s Gymnas tics Club will meet at 6 p.m. in the third floor gym of G. Rollie White Coliseum. Shreveport Hometown Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in room 107 of the Military Science Building. Activities for the year will be discussed. Orange County Hometown Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the rotunda of the Academic Build ing. THURSDAY MSC Amateur Radio Commit tee will meet at 7:30 p.m. in room 3B of the MSC. Houston Hometown Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the Social Room of the MSC. Girls are wel come. Dues will be collected. Young Democrats will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the Lutheran Student Center. Dallas Hometown Club will meet at 8 p.m. in rooms 2C-D of the MSC. Plans for the SMU party will be discussed. Laredo Hometown Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in room 108 of the Academic Building to elect officers. Orange County Hometown Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the rotunda of the Academic Build ing. 10:30 3 (5) ABC movie of the week Cbe Battalion Opinion! expressed in The Battalion are those of the student writers only. The Battalion is a non-tax- supported, non-profit, self-supporting educational enter prise edited and operated by students as a university and community newspaper. LETTERS POLICY Letters to the editor must be typed, double-spaced, mid no more than 300 words in length. They must be signed, although the writer's name zvill be withheld by arrangement with the editor. Address correspondence to Listen Up, The Battalion, Room 217, Services Building, College Station, Texas 778-13. on, a student newspaper at Texas A&M, blished in College Station, Texas, daily except Saturd nday, Monday, and holiday periods, Septembe The Battalr dletre Station, Texas, d: ' ' , Sept May, and once a week durinpr summer school. MEMBER The Associated Press, Texas Press Association The Associated Collegiate Press year; $0.50 per full sales tax. Advertising rate furnished on reques The Battalion, Room 217, Services Buildinp, College Station, Mail subscriptions are $.'5.50 pe II year. All subscriptions subject to rnished semester ; $0 per •iptions subject tc uest. Address: Texas 77842. 1969 TPA Award Winner nt Publications Board are: Jim Lindsey, chairman ; H. F. Filers, College of Liberal Arts ; F. S. White, College of Engineering; Dr. Asa B. Childers, Jr., of Veterinary Medicine; Dr. Members of the Student Publicati chain lite, Ci liege of Veterinary 5 of Agriculture; and Roger Miller, The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for reproduction of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in the paper and local news of spontaneous origin published herein. Rights of republication of all other matter herein are also reserved. Second-Class postage paid at College Station, Texas. Colie Z. L. Carpenter, College student. Services, Francisc Represented nationally by National Educational Advertising dees, Inc., New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles and San EDITOR DAVID MIDDLEBROOKE Managing Editor Fran Haugen News Editor Hayden Whitsett Women’s Editor Diane Griffin Sports Editor Clifford Broyles m OF NEW HAVEN/A GENTLEMAN’S SHIRT jiun Miuncti umbersitp men’s toear 329 University Drive 713/846-2706 College Station, Texaa 77840 CASA CHAPULTEPEC OPEN 11:00 A. M. CLOSE 10:00 P. 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THRILL TO A GREAT CHANGE OF PACE: THE DALLAS SYMPHONY A Rotary Series Presentation Tuesday Night, September 29, 1970 Bryan Civic Auditorium Tickets: $2.00 each On Sale Now to A&M Students Only at the MSC Student Program Office 845-4671 BEEF ENCHILARAS, BEANS - RICE CHEESE ENCHILADAS, BEANS - RICE CHILES RELLENOUS WITH SPANISH RICE AND CHEESE SAUCE GUACAMOLE SALAD - 2 CRISPY TACOS MEXICAN DINNER COMPLETE FIESTA DINNER Guacamole Salad, Beef Taco, Three Enchiladas, Beans, Rice Tortillas and Hot Cheese Dip and Tortilla Chips Regular -■ $1.50 $1.1” TACO DINNER Two Beef Tacos, One Chili Con Queso, Guacamole Salad, Tortillas and Hot Sauce, Cheese Dip and Tortilla Chips. heese Dip Regular $1.25 AG'S I JOIN LOU'S BLAZER CLUB Here’s how it works: The first fifty to join Lou’s Blazer Club will each deposit $29.95 for his Maroon Blazer. Then Lou will have a drawing daily for the first ten weekdays before the Texas Tech game. 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