The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 12, 1978, Image 3

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THE BATTALION THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1978 Page 3 Silver dollar gets smaller; we’ll ‘Ms.’Ike United Press International WASHINGTON — Dwight Eisenhower s image on the dollar coin is being replaced by that of a woman. President Carter Tuesday signed a bill authorizing the likeness of suf fragette Susan B. Anthony on one side of the new dollar coin, and the Aoollo moon landing on the other. The new coin will replace the heavier Eisenhower dollar now in circulation. “I am particularly pleased that the new dollar coin will — for the first time in history — bear the image of a great American woman,” Carter said. “The life of Susan B. Anthony exemplifies the ideals for which our country stands. “The ‘Anthony dollar' will sym bolize for all American women the achievement of their unalienable right to vote,” he added. “It will be a constant reminder of the continu ing struggle for the equality of all Americans.” WOMEN OF AMERICA, WE’VE GOT THE BASS SHOE THAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU. Shala’s Shoes your fashion shoe store 707 texas "hank heaven for little girls' TAMU ROADRUNNERS 1 ST MIDNIGHT RUN By MARK BEATTY Battalion Reporter It was about 6 p.m. Oct. 2, and ill-dressed girls were filing into e Memorial Student Center. Sev- al guys standing around were try- g to figure out where they were ming from and where they were ing. There were about 120 girls in all. icy gathered in a room in the sec- Talks on losed to Tyson ivvlin itken lianis ■sons, Aggies to model fashions Friday, October 13, at Midnight ond floor of the MSC. TTie doors closed and selection bagan for a new modeling group on campus called “Girls, Girls, Girls.” The group is sponsored by the MSC Hospitality Committee, a campus organization which gives tours and hosts receptions to visitors to the campus. The girls lined up according to height, walked on stage, stated their Sinai press United Press International WASHINGTON — The upcoming talks on a separate Egyptian- Israeli peace treaty and Israeli withdrawals from the Sinai will be conducted behind a Camp David-style news blackout. After a meeting between President Carter and Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan Tuesday, White House spokesman Jody Pow ell said there was agreement, “on their mutual desire not to attempt to resolve any differences publicly. ” Carter was expected to have a similar meeting Wednesday with the Egyptian delegation to the conference. The talks will take place in Blair House, across Pennsylvania Av enue from the White House, beginning today. The conference, expected to last two to three weeks, will be closed to press coverage. There will be one daily press briefing at the State Department. Although officials have been open about the discussions since the end of the Camp David conference, the 13-day summit was con ducted in total isolation, with only brief and unrevealing descriptions supplied by the American spokesman on a daily basis. Carter told a news conference Tuesday the talks will link the Sinai agreement with discussions on the wider subject of a settlement for the West Bank and Gaza. Although they are not legally inter-connected, there was a clear understanding in the minds of myself. President Sadat and Prime Minister Begin that the issues were inter-related,” Carter said. Carters careful phrasing put him in the middle of an apparent Israeli-Egyptian difference of view. The Egyptians consider the more complex West Bank issue to be vitally linked with a separate Egyptian-Israeli peace; the Israelis con sider the two frameworks achieved at Camp David to be indepen dent. names, turned, smiled and seated themselves to wait anxiously for the decision. Only girls from Texas A&M University were interviewed. Thirty-eight girls were selected to participate in the show. Tina Parsons, fashion director for the new group, said they tried to select a representative group of col lege girls. The girls, who will be modeling spring fashions from Sakowitz of Houston, will be required to attend a workshop being presented by Barry Horn of Ben Shaw Modeling Agency. They will go to Houston in February for fitting. Parsons added that the group is going to try to hold an exercise class every week in preparation for the show. Debbie Astelford, an agriculture education major from Plano, said she came to the interviews because whe always wanted to be a model. “I like clothes and fashion,” she said. “This is a great opportunity.” “Girls, Girls, Girls” will try to have a show once each month featuring clothing from local shops. Parsons said. 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