The Daily Texan
The Students' Assembly will Facilities of The University of Texas mentioned Saturday by Gov-meet tonight at 7 o'clock to outernor W . Lee O'Daniel in listing agencies which might be utilized line the program to be taken by in an expanded program of industrialization for the State were offered tbe blanket tax appropriations for that purpose yesterday by Major J . R. Parten, chairman of the commjttee, Stanley Neely, presi University's Board of Regents. The University has recently organized its
... eral bureaus into one council, thereby co-ordinat ing the various activities. " The University of Texas is glad to be able to offer to the Governor, the Legislature, 'Hell Bent for Leather'-Dobie and Organizations Back Yell Squad Pledge Support To W hite's Plan dent of the Students' Association, announced yesterday. The meeting will be the first over which Neely bas presided. He served as vice-president of the Association and the Assembly un til the resignation of John Connally last week. The vice-president is a member of the blanket tax appropriations committee, and the committee must have full attendance at its meetings to take action. Since the people of Texas the facilities which it now has for use in de veloping the industrialization pro gram as outlined by Governor j O'Daniel," Major Parten said. Official approval of the new " Anticipating the need of such all-male " yell squad" which was co-ordinated activity, the four re-originated by Louis White, presi-______ search bureaus of the University dent of the Men's Inter-f om-> ^ee]y bas been elevated to the which touch all phases of com-mUnity Association, has been given mercial and industrial develop-by the Tri-Dormitory Association, the Inter-City Council, and the Cowboys, White said last night. The Tri-Dormitory Association council, which consists of repre sentatives from Brackenridge, Prather, and Roberts Halls, ap-j ment-business, engineering, ge ology, and chemistry -were brought together last year to form the Texas Industrial and Com mercial Research Council," he stated. " This is the agency which Gov ernor O'Daniel suggests might be expanded and utilized to carrv out an all-State, fact-finding, factdisseminating program for en couraging industrial development In Texas. The University C oun cil has a substantial foundation upon which to build any enlarged activity which the Governor and the Legislature wish it to under take." president's post, the vice-presi dency is now vacant. Neely said that according to the constitution the Assembly does not have power to elect a vice-president, and that he will either appoint someone to fill the " ., ... . t i!!# I place on the appropriations cornp ro ve d the idea this week. The P Înter-City Council, composed of } p ^ tQ fm the vice-presidency representatives from all the city clubs, officially sanctioned the vaPancy'_______________ ________ new organization in a meeting last week. The Cowboys, campus serv-f P T I n I I I -n i n e ice organization, told White they J . V j .L . I ll 1 1 IU Iv J thought it was a " fine idea," and j that they were "-Ming to cooperate. The new pep organization, which White has modeled after Czech Clubs Bury Hatchet The members of two student Czech c l u b s , the Progressive Czechs and the Czech Club, voted to forget differences which caused a split in a former united Czech club, and merged into a single organization, to be called the Uni versity Czech Club, at a joint meeting Wednesday night in the Texas Union. Vincent F. K rejci and Frank Horak, president of the Czech Club and the Progressive Czechs, respectively, were elected to lead the new club as co-presidents. Sponsors will he Dr. Eduard Mi cek, associate professor of Czech in the University, Mrs. J. M. Matejek, former sponsor of the Progressive Czech Club, and Father J. M. Riach. Other officers elected were Al Habarta, parliamentarian; Minnie Musil, secretary; Albert Vanzura, reporter; Joe Hagar, sergeant-atarms. Bob Daniel played the piano at the meeting. U. T. to G et Texas Wildlife M onum ent Contract for erection of the first major monument to Texas wild life-a huge bronze me morial to the early Texas mus tang on the grounds of Texas Memorial Museum-has been let for twenty-1 to A.