The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 03, 1978, Image 5

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-OH, Gasanofl ■ Oil, Gas FINING MUFACTURi^ ES AND sk&M funds, bike, ticket books reported stolen over weekend ENGINEERS 1 Production engineers Processes, inagement. ’PLICATION less Systems, By CARL KEY Battalion Reporter a zippered purse containing In 268 08 of University hinds was Lrted stolen from a University f t driven by a student courier late lursday or early Friday, Univer- Jv Police said. . . ■ 'A $1 000 bicycle, also stolen last Lek, brings the total thefts to more oose visits Portland HOUS 3ER 9th 30M 2261 cuss YotifL at C I United Press Internationa] ax tXXO*p0p'j-L^ND j Maine — It might Ive caused a stir in New York, IR SPOUSfticagoorSan Francisco, but there t nothing more than a few raised lebrows last week when a full- Bown moose spent the day wander- ■g through the streets of Maine’s Sgest city. jAfter a full day of sightseeing, •lice said the moose headed north 1st the city limits “and didn't hurt ^Ryone. ■ H'W'e got a lot of calls about it from »ople who reported seeing it, but pbody complained about it,” a than $31,000 for the past week. "Fortunately, only $400 was in cash and the rest were stamped and endorsed checks,” said Foy Page, coordinator for Vocational Instruc tion services of the agricultural edu cational department. The student was the regular de livery man between the depart ment, housed on the University riployers an udents wm , sex. age. > a disabka police spokesman said. “He just put a few hoof prints on some people’s lawns.” At one point, police tried to chase the moose out of town. But the stubborn animal ignored them and spent several more hours in the city before leaving. Game wardens armed with tran quilizer guns were called to the city, but police said the guns were not fired. Officials said their only major concern was keeping any children on their way home from school from being injured. annex on Highway 21, and the main campus. The usual procedure is for the student to pick up the mail and de posit, load the van with other mate rials, and go to the main campus to make deliveries to various places. Page said. However, to aviod missing a class, the student left the mail and deposit in the van overnight. Page said. "We think the money was taken either before the student left the annex or after he parked the van for the night,” Page said. A $1,000 custom-made Sicilian bicycle was stolen from in front of the Plant Sciences building Tues day, but was recovered by Univer sity Police Saturday. The bike was custom-made for Frank Deal in Catnia, Sicily, by frame maker Alfio Bonano, who only makes 10 to 12 per year. The hike was secured with “a real cheapie lock,” said Deal, a bio medical science senior. The bike was recovered near a shuttle bus stop in some bushes. Friday at 10:30 p.m., a burglary was in progress in a suite of women’s dorm rooms when one of the women returned and scared away the thief. The thief had wrapped several re cords and a hair dryer in a towel and left them piled together. Three Texas A&M season football ticket books were stolen. College Station Police found a Texas A&M student’s vehicle aban doned at the intersection of Jersey and Timber streets with the three ticket books inside. University Police are looking for the owner of the vehicle for ques tioning. THE BATTALION TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1978 Page 5 TW MMJ Black/White Rental Darkroom * Classes - Beginner to Advanced * Custom Black/White and Color Processing * Custom Exchange Service for Cameras and Lenses 115B North Main in Northgate 846-0022 ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ HATE DOING LAUNDRY? Let Frannie's do it for you Aunt Frannies Laundromat * * * * Ac ★ Holleman at Anderson 693-6587>r ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Shark threatens swimming nun 0 ll< % United Press Internationa] BIMINI, Bahamas — A safety Iver accompanying Stella Taylor ad to kill a 5-foot shark at dawn Jlonday, some 20 hours into the /ijiarathon swimmer’s attempt to r'ABP across the Gulf Stream from 1 Ipe Bahamas to Florida. '•R Taylor, who is attempting the lahamas-to-Florida swim without a .«>tl>all wn»Rark cage, held on to the dive plat- ’ Arm of an escort boat while safety ■verKen Reed killed the menacing •Aark, which had been circling her ■r nearly five minutes. ■ Taylor’s face and mouth were ■ollen from exposure and stings by “Uyfish. The so-called "swimming in also suffered a painful man- J-war sting on her right arm during file night. nite long-1® Taylor began her swim to Florida t seen a 4 10:41 a m EDT Sunday at Skaggs. PRange Cay, a tiny island south of )und. Genftmini. During the night, divers Jith highpowered rifles and spot- -Rhts stood on the stem of an escort mated to be 40 miles west and 19 miles north of Orange Cay. Despite the facial swelling, spokesman Joe Edwards said the marathon swim mer was in "good spirits.” JflHIEAlE CILAJjf FOR A CLASSY CUT. 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