Texas Wesleyan Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 17, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 19, 1969 Page: 3 of 6
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L~y February 19, 1969
Ljo'fi: Molar Refractivity
IPenneman To Speak
On Campus Tuesday
MR.,-MISS TWC CONTESTANTS (Continued from Page 1)
touching this semester at Poly tion major from F\, Worth is
hlernentary School. A member currently serving as president of
o jamma Sigma Sigma, she Alpha Phi Omega and Ls Senator
L the fourth guest lecturer
[a yearly series of speeches
tented to various Texas col-
ts and universities, Dr. Robert
Ipenneniau will speak on the
|C campus Feb. 25 in the
iellite Auditorium of the Reed
lence Center at 8 p.m.
-Tie subject of Dr. Fenneman's
lure will be "Molar Refrac-
iy as a Diagnostic Tool for
msistor Element Complexes."
Accompanying Dr. Penneman
Me he is a guest on the cam-
^ Tuesday afternoon and even-
, will be \V. L. Milligan, ex-
Dr. Robert A. Penneman
TTERS TO THE EDITOR
(Continued from Page 2)
} society has no need for play-
pecondiy, the administration
ijfld recruit and offer scholar-
is til Black and Mexican-
fcencan students who are qual-
of high school
iy Keening Black enrollment
in the past, I feel that the
3r.:r.;>.n has institution-
M racism on campus. Here's
[opportunity to take the hypo-
fly out of claiming to run a
f sincerely hope that the. Ad-
iistrat;on gives my sugges-
»erious consideration and
1 taKe positive action to edu-
fet ane. offer opportunity to
r*ie r?-t'ne;- than simply train*
! ?^em t0 St into the military*
% JE 5*7565
ecutive director of the Robert A.
Welch Foundation of Houston,
Dr. Penneman is currently an
alternate group" leader at the Los
Alamos Scientific Laboratory of
the University of California, Los
Alamos, N.IVf. He has written
more than 800 technical papers
on the inorganic chemistry of the
actinides, structure of fluoride
complexes^ and infrared and Ra-
man studies of aqueous complex-
He was technical advisor to
the U. S, delegation to the first
Geneva Conference on Peaceful
Uses of Atomic Energy, 1955.
Presented by the Welch Foun-
dation of Houston, Texas, the
lecture is open to all interested
students and faculty.
has been the club's alumni sec-
rotary and also secretary-treas-
surer of the dorm council. She
is a member of the Student Ac-
tion Force, SEA and president
of WRA. Other activities include
membership in Alpha Chi, schol-
Miss Skiliern. an English ma-
jor from Ft. Worth, has been
active all, four years on the
TXWEC<J and Rambler staff.
This year's TXWECO editor, she
served as co-editor and was also
selected,..Miss Publications, She Ls
an ex-officio member of the Stu-
dent Senate and treasurer of
of the senjor class. He has been
a member of 3EA for two years
and is now serving the organiza-
tion as vice president. He has
been a member of Omega Chi
aftd MSM-UCM besides being ac-
tive in Young Democrats. He is
also a recent recipient of the
An English major from Ft.
Worth, Larry Giddings is serving
as vice-president of the Student
Association, chairman of the Stu-
deijt Action Force, vice-chairman
of the Golden Shears Committee
and vice-president of Sigma Tau
Delta. He has been active in the
Sigma Tau Delta. She has beei* jr)Urna,Lsm department for four
a recipient of the Golden Shears,
was named to Who's Who, and
has appeared on the Dean's List
each semester while at TWC. She
has been a nominee for APO
Sweetheart and also a member
of SEA, and Young Democrats.
Dartar, an elementarv educa-
years and has served as Rambler
Exchange Editor. Assistant Edi-
tor and Co-Editor of the TX-
WECO. He was recently named
to Who's Who and is a recipient
of Golden Shear;. As a member
of' APO for three years, he has
.served as Secretary and vice-
president of the service organiza-
Griffin, a political science ma-
jor from Victoria, is pf&sident
of the Student Association and
vice-president of the MSM-UCM.
He has been a member -a^Al; > h a
Phi Omega for three years ~aT*
sfjOajd as Chief Justice, of the
Stu&spt Association. He is also a
recipient of the Golden Shears
and a member of Alpha Chi,
national honor fraternity. He was
recently selected to appear in
Walker, speech drama major, is
a member of Alpha Psi and TW
Flayers. He has appeared in sev-
eral ^productions including Carou-
sel, Guys and Dolls, Gypsy, Tam-
ing of the Shrew, and Twelfth
Night. He was elected last year's
"Ugly Man on Campus" and is
also a member of Sakkara where
he has served .the-club as re-
porter. A former TWC cheerlead-
er. he has been president of
O. C. Hall and Press Cli^b_vice-.,
your reading assignments
will probably require
around 500 hours
of your time.
You could cut it
^ to HO
Or 100. Or even 80 hours.
Thousand of students throughout
the country have already done so,
including students at Texas Wes-
And you can, too.
Just enroll in the Evelyn Wood
Reading Dynamics Institute located
a few blocks from campus.
•v, Our course, founded by Eveiyn
Wood, a prominent educator, is the
same one President Kennedy rec-
ommended. The same one congress-
men, senators and thousands of
others have taken.
it's the course that guarantees to
at least triple your reading ef-
ficiency or your tuition will be re-
funded. (What we mean by ef-
ficiency is not just -reading speed
alone, but a combination of speed
Hew does the .course work? Well,
first, we tell you to forget the slow,
old-fashioned way you learned to
read in grade school. The. way that
makes you unconciously say each
word to yourself as you read.
Instead Reading Dynamics teach-
es your eyes to work directly with
your mind. You take in -whole
groups of words at a glance. So
you get the total impact — just as
you do when seeing a picture for
the first time.
The result? You'll end up reading
3, 5, even 10 times faster than be-
And even more important, you'll
probably understand and remem-
ber more of what you read.
So you see, as a college student,
this course can rrufce short work of
homework. And it might also im-
prove your grades:*'
What's more, once you take the
course, you're automatically a life-
time member. Which means you can
retake the course free any time.
And as often as you like.
So plan now to come to one of
the free Mini-Lessons now being
held. We'll explain the course to
you and answer' any questions.
Naturally, there's no obligation.
Our address is 724 Seminary
South Office Bldg.
If you want more information
call WA 6-7733.
Come to a Free Mini - Lesson.
in Our Classroom
Suit# 724, Seminary South Office Bldg.
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4:30 or 7:30 p.m.
Thursday Friday Saturday
Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. ,22
4:30 or 7:30 p.m. 4:30 or 7:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
ABSOLUTELY NO OBLIGATION
' 3:00 p.m.
For More Information-flease Call-
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