The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 28, 1977, Image 3

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THE BATTALION MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1977 Page 3 m irched > of al- emon- ince to ^oung, of five ispetK Hous- e death ? to the ion was ihotgun oy local a jury ference eived a isband, ould ange that / the se of ners’ ,32, ican ; are 'inds cent High mid- endaris dth spe- ebruary ■y 22 to endar is ctivities 5-1134. m •ism re de have into the visitors in July, uitation nosqui- i cost of 7 ? o trucks pport of ■ strike. , where is many re aturday an who puppet Charles ved the Dmaha, la. “We Dmaha, cident, eached unbers Didiet •ks and ig ses- “very lived. Campus activities Monday Student Teaching Fall 78-Spring 79, applications for student teaching, 8 a. m. to 4;30p.m. 367 Harrington A\M Baskethall, A&M women vs. Texas Southern, 5:15 p.m., G. Rollie White Coliseum, A&M men vs. Angelo State, 7:30 p.m., G. Rollie White Col iseum Tuesday Recreation 6c Parks, show and tell by members, 7:30 p.m., 404 Rudder Delta "Y", Freshman Gas Off, 8 to 12 p.m. 145 V1SC Great Issues, Dr. Michael DeBakey, 8 p.m., Rudder Auditorum Wednesday MSC Arts and Crafts Fair, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Rudder Fountain Student Senate, 7:30 p.m., 214 Har rington Political Forum, Dr. Clovis Masqoud, 8 p.m., 601 Rudder Aggie Cinema, “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, " p.m., Rudder Theater Thursday MSC Arts and Crafts Fair, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m,, Rudder Fountain Political Forum, Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Joe Greenhill, 12:30 p.m., 201 MSC Political Forum, Dr. Clovis Masqoud, '.30 p.m., 601 Rudder A6cM Baskethall, A6cM women vs. Prairie View, 5:15 p.m., G. Rollie White Coliseum, A&M men vs. Southwest Texas, 7:30 p.m., G. Rollie White Col iseum Cepheid Variable, “Vampry" 8 and 10 p.m., 701 Rudder Friday Classes of 1942 and 1967 Reunions Town Hall, Firefall, 8 p.m., G. Rollie White Coliseum Saturday Class of 1942 and 1967 Reunions Corps of Cadets Briefing, 10 a.m.. Rudder Theater Texas A&M vs. Houston, 2:50 p.m., Kyle Field, Corps of Cadet March-In, 1:40 p. m., A&M Baskethall. A&M women vs. S.F. Austin, 12:30 p.m.. G. Rollie White Col iseum. A&M men vs. Houston Baptist, 7:30 p.m., G. Rollie White Coliseum, Aggie Cinema, “The Man Who Would be King,” 8 p.m., "Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore," 12 midnight. Rudder Auditorium, Sunday Travel Committee, “We’ve Never Been Licked," 2 p.m.. Rudder Auditorium Aggie Cinema. "The Sterile Cuckoo," 2. p.m., 701 Rudder Small turnout expected Egypt to host talks Battalion Classified Call 845-2611 United Press International CAIRO, Egypt — Egypt has for mally invited Arab nations, Israel and the superpowers to preparatory peace talks in Cairo, but it may end facing Israel alone across the negotiating table. President Anwar Sadat proposed the preparatory talks Saturday and said he hoped they would “finish what we started” when he visited Israel, the first Arab leader to do so since the Jewish state was founded 29 years ago. Acting Foreign Minister Butros Ghali delivered formal invitations Sunday night in a series of quick meetings with the ambassadors of the United States, the Soviet Union, Syria and Jordan and the Lebanese charge d’affaires. Syria and the Palestine Liberation Organization spurned the offer and said they will take part instead in a summit of radical Arab states begin ning Thursday in the Libyan capital of Tripoli. Israeli Prime Minister Menahem Begin accepted Egypt’s invitation and was scheduled to explain his government’s position today in a special Parliament debate in Jerusalem. Neither the Soviet Union nor the United States have responded to Sadat’s offer. In Washington, the White House said President Carter was “trying to be in the position of being suppor tive of Sadat’s latest peace initiative but was still discussing the Cairo meeting with the other invited na tions. Sadat said the purpose of the Cairo meeting would be to prepare for a full-fledged Geneva Middle East peace conference so that “we can discuss the case in a matter of months not years.” In a series of television inter views, Sadat said the talks would start, possibly as early as Saturday, even if only Israel showed up. “It is up for everyone to decide for himself, but if the Israelis come only, I shall start the conference,” he said. Diplomatic sources said it was highly unlikely the Soviet Union would take part, in view of the Syrain.-PLO opposition and the mutual recriminations exchanged by Sadat and Moscow. Syrian Foreign Minister Abdel Halim Khaddam was flying to Moscow today for talks. Soviet Ambassador Vladimir Polyakov refused to define his gov ernment’s position after Ghali gave him the invitation Sunday night. So did U.S. Ambassador Hermann F. Eilts. Jordanian Ambassador Zoukan Hindawi, whose government has been attempting to steer a middle course between Egypt and its cri tics, commented: “We hope the Arab nation will concentrate on the positive not the negative points in the present situation.” Only Syrian Ambassador Ahmed Hassan El-Assad was clearcut in de fining his government’s stand. “Syria has rejected the Egyptian initiative and will take part in the Tripoli summit,’ he said. A PLO spokesman in Beirut said: “Our best reply to the Egyptian in itiative is to go to the Tripoli confer- calling all artists! THE ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR £ ) Nov. 30 - Dec. 1 Come by the Craft Shop and register for your booth. Registration: Nov. 7-29 $5 for 2 days SPONSORED BY THE CRAFTS & ARTS COMMITTEE Test your diamond l.Q. Q. DO MINUTE FLAWS ALWAYS AFFECT A DIAMOND'S BEAUTY? A. 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