The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 03, 1978, Image 3

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THE BATTALION TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1978 Page 3 VS $bisa food fight causes resignations, injury y lish de- 'nre” a t stensen day is today and the ted Oct. ie Blood and the od drive ■overage ions. To >r in the oon ^dule of > Office, rmation dar for on sub- arly this ) of Villa 1 around •blem at restored t ission ol might at ie semi- ike your >r of ar- s how to be used ervation *rgy Ex- B y PAT DAVIDSON _ Battali° n Reporter Three food services employees ed and more than $9<)<) dam- burred as a result of the food ■,t Sbisa Dining Hall Friday ‘Lloyd Smith, assistant direc- board dining, said Monday ie workers were virtually afraid ork at Sbisa under those condi- ; Smith said. ,’e damage included destruction eight chairs. It also included pay- Imployees to stay^ five extra L to clean up. Smith said. Ie damage figure did not in- WL wasted food items or the ap- imately $500 it will cost to train new employee, he said. »,e employee slipped on some of food and was taken to Beutel 1th Center. She was released reported to work Monday. At 11 students fell on the food, §h said. Nolan Mears, resident educa- pal coordinator, said the situation Sbisa is a "very serious thing. " |e said students have corn- led that they don’t like to eat at I anymore because of the repul- e activities that go on. Some say ( they can’t even carry on a con- jation with the person sitting [to them, he said. bnBlatchley, director of student pees, said a number of students id Monday asking if they could •ansferred to a different dining ijears said he thought the influ- i of the movie “Animal House" Jit be a cause for concern. It is the injuries, the destruction the people and parents are afraid to come eat at Sbisa,” he said. These things would call for measures to be taken with or without the movie.” Smith said some parents of stu dents eating at Sbisa Saturday got up and left the meal for which they had paid when the yelling got too loud. B latch ley said several students will face disciplinary hearings as a result of their participation in the disruption. It is possible that they will he removed from the board plan, he said. Blatchley said he would discuss the problem with Lloyd Smith to day. Some changes he said he will suggest include elimination of some special services department. These include early meals and sack lunches for students cutting wood for Bonfire on weekends. He said that he would also suggest placing partitions through out the dining hall to divide the seating area. Smaller groups would be easier to control, he said. If Sbisa is going to have a problem on Thursday or Friday, he said, he would suggest that food services provide lx>x lunches to distrubute to the students outside the dining hall. In the future, he said, he would recommend calling the University police for assistance. Blatchley said he would also suggest prohibiting dorm yells in the dining halls. "The yells don’t hurt anything,” he said, "but it has become increas ingly obvious that they do, in fact, lead to the throwing of paper, nap kins, and ultimately, food. landom check me appeal set ■st prison troom in fid asking David fitutional rights, habilita- nd arbi- | United Press International iSHINGTON — The Supreme |t Monday agreed to rule her it is unconstitutional for ! to stop motorists randomly to c their driver’s license and auto It ration. ie Delaware Supreme Court is unconstitutional. Je court is expected to rule on issue some time before next |e case steins from an incident |vening of Nov. 30, 1976, when Castle County patrolman An- f Avena stopped an auto driven Byilliam Prouse III to check his i tration. ie officer had observed no traffic puipment violation. 8t as he approached the auto, he jeted the smell of marijuana and [ted a cellophane bag with len plant-like material’ pro- png from underneath the front He searched the people who in the car and discovered mari- i in Prouse’s pocket, ouse, after he was indicted, d that the judge refuse to allow marijuana as evidence against on grounds it had been ob- o while he was illegally de- d. 16 tr ’al court granted his re- t and the Delaware Supreme t upheld its decision, at court ruled that "before the mment may single out an au- ibile to stop it, there must exist ‘he facts justifying the intru- [t follows that a random stop sole- r Purpose of a documents |k is an unreasonable and un- | tutional detention of those in stopped vehicle,” the court ad- ■' ts a PP ea I> Delaware said the 0m ^°P S only cause motorists [-I com- nimal inconvenience,” but by 'fug them, the state’s highest court had denied police their "most effective method” of enforcing driver licensing and vehicle registra tion laws. It said the state court ruling is contrary to state court decisions in Nebraska, North Carolina and Texas and to rulings in three federal ap peals courts. nday in ; of pris- s whose nr argil- icluding just to Pretty and Personal. Dangling initials dramatize this charming ring. And a complementary bracelet has a name or initials. Name Bracelet Sterling 7 letters $15.00 Each added letter $2.00 14K - 3 letters $150.00 Each added letter $6.00 Initial Ring 1 letter 2 letter 3 letter Sterling $ 8.50 $11.00 $13.50 14K $46.00 $58.00 $70.00 Charli’s 11 §«ipP- women of America, WE’VE GOT THE BASS SHOE THAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU. Shala’s Shoes your fashion shoe store 707 texas Blatchley said he realizes that the measures he is considering are dras tic, but said he is determined to al leviate the problem in the dining hall. “Contrary to popular belief, it is not a tradition to conduct oneself in this manner at Sbisa,” Blatchley said. Mike Taylor, president of Hart Hall, said it is up to individual dorm leaders to control their groups. Drastic measures such as those proposed by Blatchley could cause students to react in a negative way, he said. The problem can be handled in a responsible manner by dorm lead ers, he said. Taylor said that Nolen Mears has suggested educational programming during mealtimes. Activities such as speakers and programs would pro vide an alternative to the disrup- tions, he said. 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