The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 15, 1976, Image 8

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Page 8 THE BATTALION THURSDAY, APR. 15, 1976 ■r Sbisa Hall, Duncan Hall & Commons Meal Schedule Week Beginning April 18 Thru April 24 Master Menu No. 4 Dressings French. Russian. *1.000 Island This menu is recommended by the student menu board Please contact your menu board member if you desire changes in the menu. All items served at Sbisa and Commons 'Items served at Duncan Hall Breakfast 1 and 2 jerved in opposite wings of Duncan Hall. Due to limited equipment it is impossible to serve the same breakfast varieties in both wings at one time. THIS MENU IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DUE TO POSSIBLE FOOD SHORTAGES FROM SUPPLIERS. English heavyweight say^ he is worthy foe for Ali ■mi- ■ ^ ’Chilled Fruit Cocktail. Coffee. Milk Ass t. Dry Cereal Strawberry. Grape & Peach Jelly -■ Fried Eggs Sausage Patties * v , ’Blueberry Pancakes - Syrup 'Toast - Oleo SUNDAY BREAKFAST BEVERAGES Grape Drink. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Hot Choc.. Hot Tea. Orange Juice. Coke. Sprite **- -«*» ENTREES AND SOUPS Shrimp Creole over Rice 4 oz. S Seconds 1 'Baked Ham w/Fruit Sauce 3 oz. & Seconds VEGETABLES AND FRUITS 'French Fried Potatoes 'Buttered Peas w/granulated onions Steamed Rice White Lima Beans w/ham base DINNER SALADS. RELISHES. DRESSINGS Fruit Salad ‘Health Salad Cherry Jello w/fruit cocktail Pear & Sliced Pineapple Salad Tossed Salad. Cottage Cheese & Italian Tomatoes DESSERTS AND BREADS Ice Cream Bar Dinner Rolls - Oleo ‘Choc. Cake White Coconut Cake ‘Bread BEVERAGES ‘Iced Tea. Hot Tea. Coffee. Hot Choc.. Grape Drink, Grapefruit Juice. Sprite. Coke. Pink Lemonade. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Orange Juice Dressing. French. 1,000 Island. Bleu Cheese Relishes Mustard. Salad Dressing. Catsup Fruit: Mixed Fruit NO EVENING MEAL 1 Grapefruit Juice. Orange Juice. Coffee. Milk 1 Ass t. Dry Cereal ■ Strawberry, Grape & Apricot Jelly 1 *1. Doughnuts. Long John s Twists ■ Pan Fried Bacon '2. Hotcakes Ham Syrup - Oleo MONDAY BREAKFAST 3. Continental Breakfast Doughnuts Cherry Strudel Rolls Nut Rolls 4 Scrambled Eggs Fried Eggs Toast - Oleo Ham BEVERAGES Grape Drink. Sprite. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Hot Choc.. Hot Tea. Coke. Orange Juice ENTREES AND SOUPS ■ ‘Beef Ravioli - 6 ea & 3 ea Seconds ■ ‘Breaded Bite Size Whiting 6 ea & Seconds 4 ea 1 Tartar Sauce VEGETABLES AND FRUITS 'Mexican Corn Cut Green Beans w/ham base 'Hash Brown Potatoes DINNER SALADS. RELISHES. DRESSINGS Grape Jello Parfait •Cottage Cheese & Pear Halves Lime Jello w/sliced pineapple Fruited Cole Slaw Jellied Banana Tossed Salad. Cottage Cheese & Italian Tomatoes DESSERTS AND BREADS ‘Open Ice Cream Bar ‘Orange Cake Spice Cake 'Bread Chocolate Tapioca Parfait ‘Oleo ‘Corn Muffins BEVERAGES ‘Iced Tea. Hot Tea. Coffee. Hot Choc.. Grape Drink. Grapefruit Juice. Sprite. Coke. Pink Lemonade. Fruit Punch, Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Orange Juice Chicken & Veg Soup - Crackers ‘Pastrami Sandwich 'Grilled Cheese Sandwich ‘Ham Salad Sandwich 'Potato Chips Frito Chips Dressings: French. Russian. 1.000 Island Catsup. Tartar Sauce 'Relishes Pickle Relish. Catsup. Mustard. Salad Dressing. Chopped Lettuce Fruit: Apricot Halves ‘Rye. Whole Wheat, White Bread Mushroom Gravy Chili & Beans 6 oz. Crackers & Seconds Sliced Baked Ham and Seconds Mashed Potatoes Buttered Squash Mustard Greens w ham base SUPPER Red Raspberry Jello Jewels w/whipmate star Lemon Jello w/fruit cocktail Macaroni Salad Fruited Rice Salad Tossed Salad. Cottage Cheese & Italian Tomatoes Hot Rolls - Oleo ‘Apple Cobbler Strawberry Cream Cake BEVERAGES Fruit Punch. Iced Tea. Hot Tea, Coffee. Hot Choc., Grape Drink, Grapefruit Juice. Sprite. ‘Coke. Pink Lemonade. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. ‘Milk. Choc Milk. Orange Juice ‘Hamburgers ‘Cheese Burgers (Duncan Only) Hot Dogs Chili Potato Chips - Frito Chips 'French Fried Potatoes (Duncan Only) Dressings 1.000 Island. French. Catsup ■Relishes Pickle Relish. Mustard. Catsup. Salad Dressing. ‘Diced Onion. ‘Leaf Lettuce. ‘Sliced Tomatoes Fruit: Apricot Halves ‘Hamburger Buns 'Hot Dog Buns I ‘Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Coffee. Milk ‘Asst. Dry Cereal ‘Strawberry. Plum & Peach Jelly *1. Hotcakes - Syrup Link Sausage Oleo '2. Doughnuts (Long Johns) Bacon TUESDAY BREAKFAST 3. Continental Breakfast Doughnuts Apple Strudel Rolls Nut Rolls 4 Scrambled Eggs Fried Eggs French Toast - Syrup Bacon BEVERAGES Grape Drink, Hot Choc.. Hot Tea. Coke. Sprite. Orange Juice ENTREES AND SOUPS ’Foot Long Franks w chili 1 ea & ’ ? Seconds ‘Corn Beef Hash 4 oz & Seconds VEGETABLES AND FRUITS ‘Buttered White Shoepeg Corn Buttered Spinach ‘Baked Brown Beauty Beans Fried Onion Rings DINNER SALADS. RELISHES. DRESSINGS Carrot Raisin Salad Lime Jello w pineapple & cottage cheese ‘Stuffed Celery & Radish Salad Potato Salad Tossed Salad. Cottage Cheese & Italian Tomatoes DESSERTS AND BREADS Strawberry Cake ‘Ice Cream Bar ‘Foot Long Buns ‘Strawberry Rice Pudding w whipmate star 'Broad White Cake BEVERAGES ‘Fruit Punch. Iced Tea. Hot Tea, Hot Choc . Coffee. Grape Drink. Grapefruit Juice. Sprite. Coke. Pink Lemonade. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Orange Juice I Tomato Soup - Crackers 1 ‘Roast Beef Sandwich ‘Grilled Cheese Sandwich Chicken Salad Sandwich ‘Potato Chips - Frito Chips Dressings French. Russian. Oil 8 Vinegar ‘Relishes Pickle Relish. Mustard. Catsup, Salad Dressing. ‘Chopped Onion. ‘Chopped Lettuce Fruit Pear Halves ‘Whole Wheat. White Bread ‘Fried Jumbo Shrimp 6 ea No Seconds Tartar Sauce & Seconds Beet Turnovers w gravy & Seconds ‘Potato Gems Cauliflower Au Gratin ‘Green English Peas w granulated Onions & Water Chestnuts SUPPER Grape Jello Jewels Layered Lime 8 Lemon Jello w whipmate star Waldorf Salad Ambrosia Salad ‘Combination Salad. Cottage Cheese 8 Italian Tomatoes Open Ice Cream Bar Pineapple Pie Cherry Pie ‘Coconut Cream Pie ’Oleo Hot Rolls BEVERAGES ‘Iced Tea. ‘Milk, Fruit Punch. Hot Tea. Coffee. Hot Choc., Grape Drink. Grapefruit Juice. Sprite. Coke. Pink Lemonade. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Choc. Milk. Orange Juice Hamburgers Hot Dogs 1 Chili Potato Chips - Frito Chips Dressings Russian. ‘French. 1.000 Island Relishes: Pickle Relish. Mustard. Catsup. Sliced Tomatoes. Diced Onions. Leaf Lettuce Fruit Pear Halves Hamburger Buns Hot Dog Buns 'Fresh Fruit. Coffee. Milk ‘Ass t. Dry Cereal Grape. Apple & Plum Jelly *1. Dutch Apple Cake Broiled Ham '2. Scrambled Eggs Pan Fried Bacon Hot Biscuits Oleo Toast - Oleo WEDNESDAY BREAKFAST 3. Continental Breakfast Doughnuts Dutch Apple Cake Coconut Rolls Raisin 8 White Bread 4 Fried Eggs Hotcakes Syrup Barnn BEVERAGES Tomato Juice. Grape Drink. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Hot Choc . Hot Tea. Coke. Sprite. Orange Juice ENTREES AND SOUPS ‘Beef & Veg. Stew 6 oz & Seconds Lasagna - 4 oz. and seconds VEGETABLES AND FRUITS 'Navy Beans w salt pork ‘Steamed Rice ‘Mixed Vegetables DINNER SALADS. RELISHES. DRESSINGS ‘Fluffy Fruit Salad Strawberry 8 Orange Jello Jewels w whipmate star Marinated Veg Salad Egg 8 Olive Salad Tossed Salad. Cottage Cheese 8 Italian Tomatoes DESSERTS AND BREADS ‘Open Ice Cream Bar ‘Pineapple Tapioca Pudding w whipmate star ‘Bread 8 Oleo Assorted Cookies Pineapple Up-Side-Down Cake Grape Drink. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Hot Choc., Hot Tea. Coke. Sprite. ‘Iced Tea. Coffee. Grapefruit Juice. Pink Lemonade. Fruit Punch. Orange Juice 'Cream of Mushroom Soup - Crackers ‘Corned Beef Sandwich 1 ‘Grilled Cheese Sandwich p Tuna Salad Sandwich 'Potato Chips or Frito Chips A- • i > *«• A? v* i l- Dressings Russian. French. 1.000 Island •Relishes Pickle Relish. Mustard. Catsup. Salad Dressing. Chopped Lettuce Fruit Peach Slices ‘Rye. Whole Wheat 8 White Bread < S i , I ‘Grilled Loin Strip Steak Au Jus 1 ea & No Second ■ Smoked Sausage w barbecue sauce & Seconds ■5 Shellie Beans w ham base ‘Buttered Golden Corn 'French Fries. SUPPER Pickled Beets 8 Onions Fruited Lemon Jello w/whipmate star Apple. Celery 8 Pineapple Salad Whipped Cherry Jello Parfait Green Salad. Cottage Cheese 8 Italian Tomatoes ‘Hot Rolls - Oleo Butterscotch Pudding Parfait ‘Lemon Cake Applesauce Cake BEVERAGES Iced Tea. Hot Tea. Coffee. Hot Choc.. Grape Drink, Grapefruit Juice, Sprite. Coke. Pink Lemonade. ‘Fruit Punch. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Milk. Choc . 8 Low Fat Milk. Orange Juice Dressings: ‘French. Bleu Cheese. Oil & Vinegar. Catsup Fruit: Peach Slices I ‘Coffee. Milk. Orange Juice ‘Ass t. Dry Cereal “Strawberry. Grape. Apricot Preserves *1 Cream of Wheat Hot Biscuits - Toast - Oleo Scrambled Eggs Pan Fied Bacon '2. Sausage Patties Dutch Apple Cake THURSDAY BREAKFAST 3. Continental Breakfast Doughnuts Dutch Apple Cake Pecan Rolls White 8 Raisin Bread 4. Fried Eggs Hot Cakes Syrup Sausage Patties BEVERAGES Grape Drink. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Hot Choc . Hot Tea. Coke. Sprite ENTREES AND SOUPS I ‘Grilled Chopped Steak 1 ea. & Seconds 1 Gravy 1 'Turkey a la King over Noodles 4 oz & Seconds VEGETABLES AND FRUITS ‘Buttered Noodles ‘Steamed Spinach w/ham base Giant Red Beans w/salt pork DINNER SALADS. RELISHES. DRESSINGS Strawberry Jello Parfait Sliced Peaches Cherry 8 Grape Jello Jewels w/whipmate star •Pineapple 8 Marshmallow Cole Slaw Sliced Egg 8 Radish Salad Tossed Salad. Cottage Cheese 8 Italian Tomatoes DESSERTS AND BREADS ‘Open Ice Cream Bar Pineapple Fruit Float Parfait ‘Whole Wheat Bread Chocolate Cake ‘Coconut Cake BEVERAGES ‘Fruit Punch. Iced Tea. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Hot Choc.. Hot Tea. Coke. Sprite. Coffee ‘Beet & Vegetable Soup ‘Grilled Cheese Sandwich ‘Sliced Chicken Sandwich Ham Salad Sandwich Potato Chips - Frito Chips ‘Relishes: Pickle Relish. Mustard. Catsup. Salad Dressing. Chopped Lettuce Dressing: 1,000 Island, Bleu Cheese. French Fruit Pineapple Chunks ‘Whole Wheat. White Bread Sukiyaki over Rice 4 oz & Seconds ‘Chicken Fried Steak 1 ea No Seconds ‘Buttered Peas w/granulated onion Steamed Rice Buttered Cauliflower SUPPER Lime Jello w/whipmate star Yum Yum Salad Three Bean Salad Macaroni Salad ‘Green Salad. Cottage Cheese 8 Italian Tomatoes Open Ice, Cream Bar ‘Hot Rolls - Oleo Choc Pudding Parfait w/whip topping Lemon Merf^gue Pie ‘Dutch Apple Pie Coconut CustanS Pie BEVERAGES ‘Iced Tea. ‘Milk, Coffee. Hot Tea, Hot Choc., Grape Drink. Grapefruit Juice. Sprite. Coke. Pink Lemonade. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. ‘Choc. Milk 8 Low Fat at Commons. Orange Juice Hamburgers Hot Dogs Chih Potato Chips Frito Chips i Dressings: French. Bleu Cheese. ‘Russian Relishes: Sliced Tomatoes. Catsup. Mustard. Salad Dressing. Chopped Onion Fruit: Pineapple Chunks Hamburger Buns Hot Dog Buns # ‘Coffee. Milk 'Fresh Fruit ‘Ass t. Dry Cereal 'Strawberry. Grape. Peach Jelly ' 1. Doughnuts Sausage ‘2. Scrambled Eggs Ham Toast - Oleo FRIDAY BREAKFAST 3 Continental Breakfast Doughnuts Cinnamon Rolls Cherry Strudel Rolls 4 Fried Eggs French Toast Syrup Ham BEVERAGES Grape Drink, Hot Choc . Coke. Sprite. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Orange Juice ENTREES AND SOUPS ‘Fried Turbot 3 oz & Seconds 'Tartar Sauce ’Meatball Stroganoff 5 ea. & 3 ea. Seconds VEGETABLES AND FRUITS ‘Macaroni & Cheese ‘Steamed Rice ‘Green Beans w ham base DINNER SALADS. RELISHES. DRESSINGS Carrot-Celery-Radish Salad Waldorf Salad Whipped Strawberry Jello w/fruit nuggets Carrifruit Salad Orange 8 Lemon Jello Parfait ‘Lettuce 8 Tomato Salad Cottage Cheese 8 Italian Tomatoes DESSERTS AND BREADS 'Open Ice Cream Bar Vanilla Pudding w/layered Blueberry Nuggets Parfait ‘Cornbread - White Bread Marble Cake Rum Cake BEVERAGES ‘Iced Tea. Hot Coffee. Hot Choc., Grape Drink. Grapefruit Juice. Sprite. Coke. Pink Lemonade. Fruit Punch. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Orange Juice 'Chicken & Noodle Soup 'Grilled Cheese Sandwich ‘Pastrami Sandwich Tuna Salad Sandwich ‘Potato Chips - Frito Chips Dressings French. 1.000 Island. ‘Russian Relishes: Pickle Relish. Mustard. Catsup. Salad Dressing. Chopped Lettuce Fruit: Mixed Fruit ‘Whole Wheat. White. Rye Bread • Barbecue Beef on Bun 4 oz. & Seconds ‘Grilled Pork Chops 2 ea w applesauce No Seconds ‘French Fried Potatoes Great Northern Beans w salt Pork ‘Sauerkraut SUPPER Molded Apple Nugget Salad Fruit Salad Potato Salad Grape Jello Jewels Stuffed Celery 8 Radish ‘Combination Salad. Cottage Cheese 8 Italian Tomatoes Open Ice Cream Bar Peach Pie ‘Oleo ‘Dinner Rolls Buns 'Cream Puffs Black Bottom Pie BEVERAGES ‘Fruit Punch. ‘Milk. Iced Tea. Hot Tea. Hot Choc.. Grape Drink. Grapefruit Juice. Sprite. Coke. Pink Lemonade, Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Choc. Milk and Low Fat Milk at Commons. Orange Juice Hamburgers Hot Dogs Chili Potato Chips - Frito Chips Dressings ‘French. Vinegar 8 Oil. 1.000 Island Relishes Pickle Relish. Mustard. Catsup. Salad Dressing. Diced Onion. Leaf Lettuce. Sliced Tomato Fruit Mixed Fruit Hamburger Buns Hot Dog Buns ‘Coffee. Milk. Orange Juice Ass t. Dry Cereal ‘Strawberry. Grape. Apple Jelly • 1 Scrambled Eggs Pan Fried Bacon Toast - Oleo Donuts *2 Fried Eggs Link Sausage SATURDAY BREAKFAST 3 Hot Cakes Syrup Grape Drink. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Hot Choc.. •• Hot Tea. Coke. Sprite ENTREES AND SOUPS Franks w chili 2 ea & 1 Second 'Meatloaf w Creole Sauce 3 oz & Seconds VEGETABLES AND FRUITS ‘French Fried Potatoes 'Shellie Beans w ham base Buttered Yellow Corn DINNER SALADS. RELISHES. DRESSINGS Egg 8 Green Onion Salad ‘Sunset Jello * Marinated Veg. Salad Ambrosia Salad Tossed Salad. Cottage 8 Italian Tomatoes DESSERTS AND BREADS 'Choc Brownies Open Ice Cream Bar ‘Bread Hot Dog Buns Choc Pudding Parfait w whipped topping Oleo BEVERAGES ‘Fruit Punch. Iced Tea. Hot Tea. Hot Choc.. Grapefruit Juice. Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice. Pink Lemonade. v; Sprite. Coke. Orange Juice Dressings French. Bleu Cheese. Vinegar 8 Oil Relishes Catsup. Chopped Onion. Mustard 'Swiss Steak No Seconds Pan Fried Liver & Onions & Seconds Pinto Beans w salt pork 'Home Fried Potatoes 'Normandie Carrots (2) SUPPER Waldorf Salad Mexican Fiesta Salad Strawberry - Orange Layered Jello w pineapple chunks ‘Tossed Salad. Cottage Cheese 8 Italian Tomatoes ‘Cherry Cheese Cake ‘Oleo 'Dinner Rolls ‘Iced Tea. ‘Milk. Fruit Punch. Hot Choc . Hot Tea. '"7, Grape Drink. Grapefruit Juice. Pineapple-Grapefruit ftv Juice. Sprite. Coke. Choc .8 Low Fat Milk at Commons. ^ Orange Juice ££ Associated Press NEW YORK — Richard Dunn knows all about knocks — verbal, written and physical. So he didn t even blink when an interviewer wondered aloud it the Englishman, who has been knocked out eight times, is a worthy challenger tor the heavyweight championship of the world. It doesn’t look very good, does it?” Dunn said of the 33-9 record he will take into his world title shot May 25 against Muhammad Ali in Munich. quick trip to New York. While here, he also appeared on a televised- hookup news conference on NBC, which will televise the Ali-Dunn tight live in the United States. The theme of Dunn’s trip seemed to be that the Richard Dunn who will fight Ali is the Ruopean heavyweight champion and the winner of seven straight fights, five by knockouts, and not the man who was knocked out three straight times in 1974. The third of those knockouts, in four rounds by Jose Urtain of Spain, almost forced the 31-year-old Dunn out of the sport which he los es to the point that lie worked out at night after laying bricks all day and trained for many fights without the benefit of sparring partners. fttpTnamba “Just after 1 got beat by Urtain, I came home and said to Janet (his wife), ‘I’m up to here. I can’t take any more. Janet said, as she's said so often, ‘You’ve got fo go on. “Stop being a coward, said Janet, whose father, Jim, trains Dunn and who has two brothers who are fight ers. Eddie Dominguez '66 Joe Arciniega '74 Greg Price Dunn, a broad-shouldered straw berry blond dressed in a dark blazer, looked like an Olympic weightlifter. And he appeared to be in possession of something he hasn’t had for most of his pro career which began in 1969-confidence. /ould you setti indie "I was a hit soft,” B r hlindred- had no confidence in n ail P—are Some believed in me. ll|| diree- lieve in me.” ddl don’t I But Dunn said conlidi get odds h his only problem. sel staggei “I had to train at niglit jhwesl Cio have sparring partners,I’lA' die "For the fight withJimmMw cent had no training at all." 0. P they k Young, who gets a titleb^ 11 ' s cro l April 30, knocked outDiPJe^sors < seventh round Feb. 18. n v ^ hgurin “I le had an injurediJM' 1, > eavs ’ flu,’ said Janet. "It(tlieV^B cn ^ ur y ’ was the only fight I ever, F| ( > w of e: pull out.” "e 120-yar “We needed the ninl U Dunn. The Dunns have,; nt l the 44( two daughters, 7, and,1 ■P-3 seco Shortly after the \J ( >mpared Dunn s fortunes began C 1 He took on 72-year-old(iJ' s " ax e a die as manager and, inlS;:® wimm a full-time tighter, giviiijP|P al t 1 bricks and finally pickim F'P’ h'ce ; partners. 1 i" *' | The money’s startingah ead Dunn got about $50,flMr , | ( ’ d P <,stl won the vacant Europt'P 1 ' bie knocking out Bernd A:,'P s ' third round April 6. Hey 1 * ting $200,000 for fightinn If you want the real thing, not frozen or canned . . . We call It “Mexican Food Supreme.” Guthrie’s Indy hopes ride on Trenton outcoif ‘the Dallas location: 3071 Northwest Hwy 352-8570 Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — Wh Janet Guthrie is allowed to drive in the Indianapolis 500-mile race ap parently now hinges on her perform ance at Trenton, N.J., later this month. Miss Guthrie named to drive 3S, the lirst woman a car in the annual Indy classic, was grantwl tional competition liceiwfh by the U.S. Auto Cluhlf last The license is for tb Let 150- m i 1 e chainpionshiflie Indianaixilis-type cars al 1st USAC officials said Mi im 1 would be required tope W ule special practice session sti|ncc v eillence of USAC ollici gi st com e r* . ' Willie Nelson “Sound In Your I Mind” 1 UP 3.99 —— before the Trenton race.list at Trenton will he tbemonjuv race. A 6s M f Miss G111hrie has 13yeacLI v is 1 -3 car experience in more races, including endiirane Daytona, Seining and Glen. She has held a Sports! of America top-grade cot license since 1964, but been in a race for open ”1111 going to drive as can,” she said of ber clan car debut. David Allen Coe “Long-haired Redneck” Wings “Speed of Sound” UP 3.99 UP 3.99 PARAPHENALIA ULTRAGRAPHICS POSTERS SHIRTS CONCERT PICTURES OPEN MON.-SAT. 10 A.M. - 7 P.M. A ■MEFOR Arlene 11 iss was tbelirstlcMillan, a receive a USAC licenseai chool, has a championship car race,Peri can rt finished last among cars st )n R jump, in her first race, tbe Pl» l B' s s MeM March 14. Mon<: bhool meet. “I don’t know why V shan Amen going slowly. Miss Giil|«cepted 1: “Rut if there’s a singlele Jnion. learned from AiJene, it'f lt hetterec finishing the 1 race is noteinjaiT of 21-7 hav e to do more than finrl n j n Stoc Miss (uitlirie and teaim . 1 Simon vv'ill iiilot tnrbo-d 'V." f' 1 )' 1 U fenhausers for Holla Vd<‘™ a last ve Simon sjxike highly of hlie’s credentials. Only $4.99 ALBUMS Reg. $6.99 TAPES Reg. $7.99 - Only $5.99 IMPORT ALBUMS QUAD ALBUMS & TAPES “If you want to comparel other rookies Tve worked"! in the upper 25 per cent] said. “I told Rolla I wasn’l| geT involved unless shew “She has a very quick al® as the car is concerned. I’m ried about her driv ing a much as familiarizing her what can happen in a race, But we have some excellent career opportunities for Liberal Arts ar Business graduates who graduate in May. Crum & Forster is an insuranc company but we’re not looking for door-to-door sales personnel. We off careers in Underwriting (Risk Management), Claims Administration, ar Marketing. The training is comprehensive. The prospects for substanf| responsibility, high. Salaries and benefits are very competitive. The jo are located in Texas. If you haven’t made a firm decision, and can offer! record of success in your academic and persona! activities, sign upfon interview at the Placement Office, Rudder Tower, 10th floor. INTERVIEWS ON APRIL 21 CRUM & FORSTER INSURANCE COMPANIES