The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 17, 1978, Image 3

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OCSA KISSING BOOTH: The Off-Campus Student Association will have a kissing booth to raise money for Bonfire from 11-2 p.m. Kisses are 25 cents each. BASEMENT COFFEEHOUSE: Nanci Griffith will perform from 8 p.m. to midnight tonight and Saturday. Advance tickets are 2/$1.50 at the MSC Box Office and $1 at the door. CHRISTMAS PARADE: Applications for club participation in the annual Christmas Parade for Bryan-College Station and surround ing areas on Dec. 5 can be picked up in room 221, MSC. SAN ANTONIO HOMETOWN CLUB: Will have a party at 7:30 p. m. in the Plantation Oaks party room. Members with membership cards will be admitted free. Admission for guests is $2.50. BASKETBALL: The women’s team will play at Southwest Texas at 7:30 p.m. GYMNASTICS: The women’s team will host Tarleton State. NEIL SIMON FESTIVAL: “Murder By Death,” in which the world’s greatest fictional detectives are called together by an eccentric millionaire to solve a bizarre murder, will be shown at 8 p.m. in Rudder Auditorium. “Barefoot In the Park,’’ starring Robert Bed ford and Jane Fonda as newlyweds who face the trials of apartment life in New York, will be shown at 10 p.m. in Rudder Auditorium. MIDNIGHT MOVIE: “American Graffiti, about four teenagers in the 50s who try to cope with friends, police, baby-sitters, drag races, and the future, will be shown in Rudder Theater. Saturday FOOTBALL: The Texas Aggies will play Arkansas in Little Rock. The game will start at 11:50 a.m. and will be shown on ABC-TV with the pre-gar,le at 11:30 p.m. AGGIE PLAYERS: “J.B will be performed at 8 p.m. in Rudder Forum. BASEMENT COFFEEHOUSE: Nanci Griffith will perform from 8 p.m. to midnight. Advance tickets are 2/$1.50, or $1 at the door. SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS: Will have a partv at 7:30 p. m. in tl e Plantation Oaks party room. All members and their dates are inv ted. CR05 S COUNTRY: The women’s team will run in the AIAW Na tionals in Denver, Colo. BASKETBALL: The women’s team will play at Texas A&I in Poteet at 730 p. m. INDIA ASSOCIATION: There will be a social get-together on the occasion of “Bakri-Id at 8 p.m. in room 206, MSC. Abdul Qadar will talk and refrehments will be served. BANESE STUDENT SOCIETY: Will meet at 11 a.m. in the Architecture Building. EIL SIMON.FESTIVAL: “The Odd Couple, in which Jack Lem mon and Walter Mathau team up in this hysterical comedy about two incompatible divorcee’s living together, will be shown at 8p.m. in Rudder Theater. “The Prisoner of Second Avenue, a comedy- drama about a couple’s struggle to escape the urban ills of the city, will be shown at 10 p.m. in Rudder Theater. [IDNIGHT MOVIE: “American Graffiti, will be shown in Rudder Theater. Sunday kSEMENT COFFEHOUSE: Will have disco dancing from 8:30 p.m. to midnight. Admission is 50 cents. ?GIE CINEMA: “The Sunshine Boys, starring Walter Matthau, iGeorge Burns, and Richard Benjamin, in which a biting and hyster ical feud develops between the two partners in a Vaudeville com- pdy team and endangers their planned comeback, will be shown at 2 p.m. in Rudder Theater. Monday MOVIE: “Every Man for Himself and God Against All will be shown in the Basement Coffeehouse at 8 p.m. OFF CAMPUS STUDENT ASSOCIATION: Aggieland pictures will be taken at 7:15 p.m. in room 216, MSC. ALPHA PI MU: Thomas Urban will speak on “Should an Engineer Get a Masters in Business Administration?” at noon in room 342, Zac- hrv. BETA ALPHA PSI: Will have a mandatory meeting at 7 p.m. in room 601, Rudder Tower. Pledge initiation and elections will be held. CROSS COUNTRY: The men’s team will run in the NCAA Meet in Madison, Wis. at 11 a.m. Did Hoover authorize surveillance? THE BATTALION FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1978 Page 3 Ex-FBI chief has wire-tap evidence United Press International WASHINGTON — The FBI im plemented parts of the Nixon admin istration’s discredited Huston plan for illegal break-ins, mail openings and wire taps to uncover fugitive rad icals in the early 1970s, defense lawyers for a former top FBI official are charging. Former President Richard Nixon has said he quickly halted the plan — named for White House aide Tom Charles Huston — in July 1970, be cause it was strongly opposed by former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. But a lawyer for W. Mark Felt, former associate FBI director, says “certain recommendations ’ of the Huston report were implemented in mid-August of 1970 following a tele- New rabies vaccine safe, more potent United Press International NEW YORK — A safer, less pain ful rabies vaccine will be distributed soon on a limited basis by the Fed eral Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, says Medical World News. An article ih the trade publication says the new product, human diploid cell strain, already is being used in Europe. The new vaccine is more potent than the current duck-embryo vac cine, the article says, and is injected only five or six times in the arm. The duck vaccine requires 14-21 injec tions in the abdomen or lower back. The McGraw-Hill publication said the center is making the vaccine available only to persons bitten by proved rabid animals and those for whom the duck-embryo product is ineffective or unsafe. Shown enlarged. Three Initial Stick-Pin Stick-pins are all the rage and when they’re personalized with three elegant hand-cut initials they become even more appreciated. In sterling silver or 14K gold by Leonore Doskow. Three initial Stick-Pin in Sterling $12.00 in14Kgold $25.00 2 week delivery VISA - MC Lay-away Cliaxli & 707 Icxas N. Come in for free color brochure. jsh -ns home ear Col edintoa said the d nation Indent f the 259 history ected to I. It was rts have is defer- it *tion Congresi ,,Ki» ” ..Li* Ja®i e ..Ste* -n Ro«e«; 3 tt Pe r ; eh e U e e Roy ^ Le r, pour® .GaO' nflbV^ dty ,te ' i by 11,1 jflHEAC CILAJjf BACKING THE AGS! phone conversation Hoover and Nixon. between Felt, who is charged along with former FBI Director L. Patrick Gray and another top bureau official with approving the illegal break-ins in a search for fugitive members of the terrorist Weatherman group, is argu ing higher authorities ordered the warrantless wire taps. In documents filed this week at the federal court house, Felt’s lawyer contended ap proval of surreptitious entries in Weatherman investigations ordered by Gray in 1972 “did not reinstitute the practice; it merely continued the practice, under tighter controls, re instituted by Mr. Hoover in 1970.” “Mr. Felt will show this by over whelming evidence at trial,” defense lawyer Brian Gettings said in his court motion seeking access to more White House and FBI files. Gettings is seeking to defend Felt on the same theory of higher author ity that led a federal appeals court to overturn the convictions of Watergate burglars Bernard Barker and Eugenio Martinez. Gettings refused to say in an inter view Thursday how he knew what transpired in the Nixon-Hoover telephone conversation. But he said, “I’ve got evidence of the conversation and what followed. It’s all inextricably tied up with the Huston plan.” Pre-Holiday Savings. 20% to 50% off Suits and sportcoats. Sale 79.88 Orlg. $100. A great collec tion of classic three-piece suits. Polyester knits and blends in solid colors and subtle patterns. Regular, short, long sizes. Sale $ 60 Orlg. values to $125. Big savings on this selection of vested suits. Classic styling in polyester blends. Solid colors and patterns in a full range of sizes. Dress shirts. Sale $ 7 and 7.88 Orig. $12 and $14. Choose comfortable polyester/cotton or high cotton blends. Or Qiana® knits. 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