The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, August 02, 1972, Image 3

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THE BATTALION iay, August 2, 1972 College Station, Texas ORTED 3 & TO SPEED BIKES Sales - Service - Accessories (K Page 3 Gitane 10-SPEED TANDEM Now In Stock CENTRAL SUPPLY 15 S. Main Bryan Closed Mon. Bryan 822-2228 Dallas restauranteur Eddie Dominguez is big athletic supporter By JOHN CURYLO Would you buy an enchilada from this man? Many people have, and, if the past is any indication of the fu ture, many more people will in the years to come. He’s Eddie Dominguez, a 1966 graduate of A&M, who owns and manages the popular Tupinamba Restaurants in Dallas. (See the advertisement on Page 1 of Sec tion Two.) Known as “The Locator,” Ed die was an outstanding basket ball player at A&M for two years. He was especially known ATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES . . 5? per per word each additional day Minimum charge—75c [immum charge—7o Claasified Display $1.00 per column inch each insertion na Wd pa FOR SALE xim, 2 bath brick house. Larg with fireplace, formal dining and Htoom, built in fenced yard and ttio. 3504 Carter Creek. 846-5426. 134tl LECTION ing Sale. Dining table with 4 chairs, Sofa bed, $26. Diving room chair, lall chest, $10. 4 dining chi frigerator, $40. Washing 12816. B-20-A College Vie chairs, achine, Ehev. wagon AC good condition ecluded wooded homesite off Mun- ire near College Hills Elementary. I lot Phone Windell 822-3455 be- ■R p. m. 132t4 lim. Like new. Cost $100. Will S $50 or best offer. Will deliver. 10113 or come by 1203 Thom apson, 132t4 tl6’ Super Sidewinder Ski Boat, Chrysler, custom trailer, used 50 hrs. Call 822-2350 after 6 -.00. small Brangus bull for sale. «d. Call 822-3980 after 6. icveral 2 and 3 bedroom new mobile I Move in at $26 down approved us at HI NEIGHBOR MOBILE C.S. 126tfn HELP WANTED I Man vanted—State Motel. Call or see 6-5410. 132tfn n/Bryan tc Girla'.fr!R.N needed full-time as charge nurse on 11-7 shift. needed as relief chan 3-11 shift and/or li ege nur 7 shift op Pay, good working conditions. Shift differential, plus mileage. ded, L.V.N. medication nurse shift full-time. jantih’f 1 - or ital, 210 S. Judson, Navasota, iflUnivli or como to Grimes Memorial ™iital, 210 S. Judson, Navaso 'exas 77868, (713) 826-6585 3tor Mrs. Winkelmann, Director aley, Administra- Brses, or Mr. Fraley, 12 married students that will work Good commission. Call Bill g70. 823-0869. 132t4 jienced beauty operator needed, or 822-6183. 108tfn WANTED ting mother would like to share cost er in her home. Monday through beginning August 28. Ages 2 to 3 d. $17.60/week. 846-2037. (846- efore 5:00) wife without children to babysit home occasionally. 846-2312. 134tl ll-time, 1 part-time secretarial posi- b Department of Economics. Manu- Ityping knowledge helpful. Short- |i must in one position. Salaries poi |from $1.86 to $2.50 per hour. If ill 846-7361 and ask for Equal Opportunity Employer. for Mrs. loyi 134tl wanted. Contact Mrs. McGilberry , Feely 825-6483 Navasota. 133t2 ENTION AGGIES. flHWK”“f*ermBiS t. Evening work. Time can be ing i id to meet schedule, $125 per week fter one week training. Apply inteed after one v ■irisco Bldg, be is a sales position. ppl tween 1 & 4 daily. 133t4 CHILD CARE dPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CEN- 8406 South College Ave., Bryan, State 8406 South College Ave., Bryan, State ed. 823-8626. Virginia D. Jones, i 99tfn AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call; George Webb armers Insurance Group 0 S. College 823-8051 EVERYDAY— avoline, Amalie, onoco, Phillips 66, ulflube — 35c qt. SPARK PLUGS C., Champion, Autolite 69^ Each ernators 18.95 exchange Starters - Generators from 13.95 exchange Most any part for most , 4 _ American and some !: MQreign cars at dealer price Your Lawnboy and Friedrich Dealer Prestone Anti-Freeze and summer coolant $1.69 Joe Faulk Auto Parts 720 E. 25 822-1669 Giving Better Service For 26 Years In Bryan SPECIAL NOTICE Graduation Announcements may be picked up in the Cashier’s office — NOW! Hours Mon. - Fri. 9:00-4:00. 134tl New Mobile Homes, never lived in. up payments. 823-5701 or 822-5228. Take 133tfn and painting, once lessons in my home. Group basis and flexible times, any age group. 846-0988. 133t3 OFFICIAL NOTICE Official noti of Stud 1 p.m. al notices must arrive in the Office ent Publications before deadline of of the day proceeding publication. Service For All Chrysler Corp. Cars Body Work — Fainting Free Estimates HALSELL MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Dodge Sales and Service Since 1922 1411 Texas Ave. — 823-8111 57tfn WORK WANTED Typing near campui perienced. Symbols. 846-8966 or 846-0571. Electric. Ex- Fast and expert typing, Julie, 816-0222 evenings. 121tl8 Typing. Call 845-2451. Ask for Kathy FOR RENT COLLEGE HILLS across from new cit; hall. Four room furnished duplex ment. Ample closet space. Adults te air-conditioner window tvm ity rt- hed duplex apar only. Adequate air-conditioner window type unit. Shower-bath. $96. All bills paid except on air conditioner. 846-6031. 134tfn Mobile Home Space. Man Located 3 miles from College month free rent. Call 846-2638 y oak Statii oak trees. 1st 5. 2 bedroom house with acreage for rent. from campus. Ideal for 4 Vet 4 miles students. 9146. Call Troy PU! Di ean 823-8008 or 822- 132t4 oom ed. preferred. 823-6876. AUSTIN Law - grad. Students Hampton Place Complex 1 B/R ‘'$139.50 - $164.50”, 2 B/R—1 VO Bath ‘‘$169.50 - $179.50”. Studio Apartments. Shag carpet, dish washer, disposal, patio, pool, laundry equipment. 846-976 sq. ft. 300 E. Croslin 78752-512/453-5966 or 512/836-3776. “Aggie Owned & Operated” 115t25 ATTENTION MARRIED COUPLES: One and two bedroom furnished apartments ready for occupancy. miles south of Campus. Lake for fishing. Washateria on grounds. Country atmosphere. Call D. R. Cain Co., 823-0934, or after 5, 846-3408 or 822-6135. 58tfn HICKORY k 4 HILLS f 1 Mobile Home Li gj Community Bryan’s Newest \ M & Finest V ▼ Spacies & Mobile Homes for rent Phone 822-6912—823-5761 2001 Beck Street Also entrance on !Hwy*-2818 at Industrial Parle mtfn CASA DEL SOL APTS. Now accepting applications Spring - Summer - Fall ’72 One and two bedroom fur nished and unfurnished. Pool - Air-Conditioned - Club Room, 401 Stasney 1-5 p. m. or Phone 846-3455 Apartment Dwellers Join the Gulf Coast Sailboat fleet and enjoy special low rates for storing your boat in our warehouse. GC-14’s in stock. Go sailing this weekend. Financing available. SPARCO — 846-6544 Gulf Coast Sailboats Rentals-Sales-Service TYPEWRITERS Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machines Smith-Corona Portables CATES TYPEWRITER CO. 909 S. Main 822-6000 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Massey, Carter Elmo Degree: Ph.D. in Education Administration Dissertation: A STUDY OF ADMINI STRATIVE ATTITUDES TOWARD CURRICULUM CHANGE Time: August 4, 1972 at 2:00 p.m. Place: Room 203-AB in Bolton Hall George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Weekes, Helen Nyquist Degree: Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruc tion Dissertation: AN ADAPTABLE CLASS ROOM OBSERVATION SYSTEM Time: August 4, 1972 at 9:30 a.m. Place: Room 103-F in the Old Cushing Library George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Kolar, Frank Lee Degree: Ph.D. in Chemistry Dissertation: NORMAL COORDINATE ANALYSES OF TRIMETHYLARSINE SULFIDE AND TRIMETHYLARSINE SELENIDE Time: August 7., 1972 at 2:00 p.m. Place: Room 402 in the Library George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Beatty, Philip Harold Degree: Ph.D. in Physics Dissertation: PROTON-PROTON QUASI- FREE SCATTERING IN 2 H(P,2P)N REACTION AT 40 MEV Time: August 8, 1972 at 2:00 p.m. Place: Conference Room in the Cyclotron Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Lowry, William Hillis Degree: Ph.D. in Educational Administra tion Dissertation: A STUDY OF EMPLOYEE AFPRAISAL SYSTEMS UTILIZED IN PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF TEX AS Time: August 8, 1972 from 1-3 p.m. Place: Room 203-AB in Bolton Hall George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: White, Dennis Ralph Degree: Ph.D. in Animal Nutrition Dissertation: EFFECT OF INCORPORAT ING ANIMAL FAT INTO LIQUID SUPPLEMENTS FOR BEEF CATTLE Time: August 8, 1972 at 2:00 p.m. Place: Room 203 in the A.I. Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Holder, Ronald Wilburn Degree: Ph.D. in Civil Engineering Dissertation: PLANNING FOR A TOTAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM TO SERVE THE COASTAL ZONE OF TEXAS Time: August 9, 1972 at 3:00 p.m. Place: TTI Conference Room in the Hwy. Research Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Murff, James Donald Degree: Ph.D. in Civil Engineering Dissertation: AN ANALYSIS OF LOW VELOCITY PENETRATION OF CLAY SOILS Time: August 9, 1972 at 10:00 a.m. Place: Room 106 in the Hwy. Research Center George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Wolken, Lawrence Craig Degree : Ph.D. in Econometrics Dissertation: A DYNAMIC PRICE, PRO DUCTION, AND INVESTMENT MODEL OF A MONOPOLY FIRM Time: August 9, 1972 at 2:00 p.m. Place: Room 433 in the Library George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Sprague, Charles Robert Degree: Ph.D. in Civil Engineering Dissertation: AN INVESTIGATION OF HOT-MIX ASPHALTIC CONCRETE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS BY MEANS OF COMPUTER SIMULATION Time: August 10, 1972 at 2:00 p.m. Place: Room 104 in the C.E. Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: HymaS, Car] Eugene Degree: Ph.D. in Computing Science Dissertation : NEIGHBORING - OPTIMAL FEEDBACK CONTROL FOR DYNAMIC SYSTEMS WITH STATE-VARIABLE- INEQUALITY CONSTRAINTS Time: August 11, 1972 at 2:00 p.m. Place: Room 214-A in the Zachry Bldg. George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Graham. Oscar David Degree: Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering Dissertation : THE MUTUAL IMPEDANCE BETWEEN TWO CIRCULAR LOOP ANTENNAS Time: August 14, 1972 at 3:00 p.m. Place: Room 223-A in the Zachry En gineering Center George W. Kunze Dean of the Graduate College SOSOLIK'S TV & RADIO SERVICE Zenith - Color & B&W - TV All Makes B&W TV Repairs 713 S. MAIN 822-2133 MOBILTOWN PARK Mobile Homes and Spaces For Rent Spaces $26 - $35 per mo. Natural gas—Pool—Near A&M Stables—$15 per mo.—Working pen and riding area available. TV Cablfe Available Local Moving Service 400 Ehlinger Dr.—822-5358 for his hustle and desires and was noted for performing well in tight situations. Many long-time observers of Aggie basketball say that the crowds used to come just for the excitement of watching Eddie’s fascinating style of play. Those same reports say that everyone was satisfied by the antics of the Lon Morris Junior College grad uate. Eddie’s fame is widespread now, and he soon will be featured on the cover of “Southwest Scene Magazine,” the Sunday supple ment of The Dallas Morning News. The article is one on men’s fashions, an area in which Lo Cator is reputed to be an author ity. “I was real glad to hear Ed die’s going to be in an obscene magazine,” quipped A&M basket ball coach Shelby Metcalf. When told that it was “Southwest Scene,” not “obscene,” Metcalf replied, “Why would they want Dominguez on their cover?” Few people ever reach the point where they have everything they need in life, and even fewer reach that peak before their thir tieth birthday, but Eddie Domin guez gets everything he wants— and then some. A 12th Man Scholarship donor, Eddie is one of the leading fi nancial supporters of A&M ath letics. He is famous for his ward robe, travels to all Aggie basket ball games, helps extensively with recruiting—and he’s quite a fisherman. One of Eddie’s prize trophies is a mounted bass he caught at Caddo Creek Fishing Club in Athens. Fishing ranks among his favorite pastimes, and all of his equipment is top-flight. “If the boat should turn over when we’re fishing,” Metcalf says, “we just jump in Eddie’s tackle box and paddle ashore. You’d really be surprised at some of the things he has in there.” Dominguez is a passionate sports fan, and the walls of his restaurants are decorated with Southwest Conference football and Aggie basketball pictures. The menus are printed in maroon, and the section listing the Ameri can food is titled “Dishes From Aggieland.” Business is good at the Tupi namba, which, by the way, is the name of a Puerto Rican Indian tribe, and it’s a rare weekend night that the line of those wait ing for a table doesn’t stretch into the parking lot in front of the restaurant. The wait isn’t a long one, though, and customers soon are greeted by Eddie and treated to the Mexican atmosphere provided by him and his parents. The Dominguez family is proud of the restaurant business, and Eddie’s Cadillac has the personal ized license plate “2P,” for their mascot Tupy. His parents’ car has the designation “2P2.” Friendship and loyalty are very important to Eddie, and he proves it by sharing everything he has. He’s been good to A&M, because he feels A&M has been good to him. That’s pretty good thinking for a guy who lets bass roll over his lure when he’s trying to catch them. On top of that, he doesn’t like alligators either. Deadline for applications abolished by new procedures A&M has abolished its tradi tional July 31 deadline for stu dents who wish to apply for fall semester enrollment. “Because of new procedures, this deadline is no longer neces sary,” noted Dr. John C. Calhoun Jr., TAMU vice president for academic affairs, “and applica tions will be accepted throughout the year, effective immediately.” Dr. Calhoun emphasized that while students are encouraged to apply as early as possible, any one who meets admission stand ards will be admitted to the semester or session he requests until the last day of enrollment, as long as space is available. The A&M official pointed out, however, the university may be and other standard pre-registra tion services for students who apply late. Such activities are conducted during a series of two- day conferences beginning in early June and continuing through mid-August. unable to provide the full bene fits of its placement, counseling Providing Professional Representation at Fidelity Union Life 846-8228 Charles Johnson ‘62 General Agent Eddie Dominquez BRYAN AERO INC. You want to belong to the in crowd. Learn to fly and get your Private Pilots Li cense at Bryan Areo Inc. the best place to learn to fly. Very highly qualified FAA instructors. Also ground school offered. For more information Call 823-8640 or 846-3317 Coulter Field Bryan ® rah is i)ouse Under New Management Iris McCartney Mgr. Ruth Shelby Asst. Mgr. • Special Coed Section Special Student Section Separate Family & Adult Areas 2 Laundry Rooms 2 Swimming Pools Covered Parking All Bills Paid & TV Cable A P A R T M E N T S Phone 846-6111 Office - • - i. u» Soil iOii The A&M United Methodist Parish Serving Texas A&M University The A&M United Methodist Church P. O. Drawer BE — Phone 846-8731 The A&M Wesley Foundation P. O. Drawer K — Phone 846-6014 James A. Brannen, Parish Minister Larry J. Grubbs, Campus Minister The A&M United Methodist Parish Includes The A&M United Methodist Church—“The Church at the Heart of College Station — with College Station at Heart” and The A&M Wesley Foundation which seeks to serve the students Special Needs. We invite you to make this church your church home while at A&M, and to become involved in the study, recreation, and service of the Wes ley Student Center. Our Program Includes Five Major Areas WORSHIP STUDY SERVICE RECREATION STUDENT AID - <• .»v. * I#-* J