The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, January 31, 1979, Image 9

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THE BATTALION WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1979 Page 9 ndi eed call number: Library will not be closed during move; use 1 st floor By LORI SHULER Battalion Reporter While Texas A&M University ents and faculty enjoy spring jak, Sterling C. Evans Library will move every book, piece of iture and material from the (sent building into the new li- addition. arious staff members and two s a dayxof from 20 to 25 movers pi Beard Transfer and Storage in [an will work from 8 a. m. to 10 six or seven days a week in r to complete the task in three ks, Jim Beard of the moving i said. We’ve done about 90 percent of moves on campus, including the an. Fabrit (prington Center, the Oceanog- vith 301 s, bid for til! 977. I washers a: I m Services; [ id 10 dryen I ition. It coil washers i \ rs. 1 station isicl rm services 11 0 a.m. easi r TERRELl i Reporter a dorm n det meml)eii| their laundrl vo new self' m campus, lies, which nated in the g across he basenwii ling. ire an extei J in theca| ■er of Fabir, on tract, Vi| s were service as II with studet: |i nitations of| the service re was just r| lents to I raphy and Meteorology Building and the Soil and Crop Sciences Building, but this is probably the largest,” Beard said. “The main difference in this move and the others is the time base,” said Beard. “That’s why we ll be working nights and weekends.” While the move officially begins on March 12, Evelyn King, assistant director of collection interpretation and other library employees say that is the date of the start of the final phase of a task that began last March. During the last year, layouts for each library unit have been planned and an inventory of furniture and equipment have been made. In addition, all furniture and materials what’s up Wednesday toijxMSC BASEMENT COMMITTEE: There will be a general meeting ® and performer auditions at 7 p.m. in the Basement Coffeehouse. fAMU STAMP CLUB: A discussion about interesting covers will be time, eveniB presented at 7:30 p.m. in Room 302, Rudder Tower. BAKE SALE: EE Student Wives will hold a bake sale at Zachry I Engineering Center beginning at 9 a.m. until they sell all cakes. [BRIDGE CLUB: Will meet at 7:15 p.m. in the MSC. Check MSC Scanner for room number. Everyone is welcome. CT SPECIAL MEETING: The spring “Agriculturalist” will be dis cussed at 5 p.m. in Room 003, Reed McDonald Building. [IILLELCLUB: Will have a meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Foundation Building. iates thatlfcrUDENT GOVERNMENT SENATE VACANCIES: Senate va- he servicel I canciesare open in the College of Engineering-at-large, College of >t necessan E Science-at-large, College of Geosciences-at-large, College of to use tit I Engineering-Junior, College of Education-sophomore, and I Moody College-at-large. Those who are interested should apply operational by Feb. 1 in Room 216C, MSC, for an interview, s, Vandivi BASKETBALL: The women’s team will play the University of Hous- tdoesnotl ;< ton at 5:15 p.m. in G. Rollie White Coliseum. 7 service fjASKETBALL: The men’s team will play SMU at 7:30 p.m. in G. facilities, sf RolHe white Coliseum ter cleanin* Thursday MSC GREAT ISSUES: Dan Ayre will speak on “The Marijuana Legalization Debate” at 8 p.m. in Rudder Theater. (0 rt Sp TAMU SNOW SKI CLUB: Will meet at 7:30 p.m. in Room 201, * MSC. Everyone is invited to attend. apable rniza ETHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT: Rev. W.C. Hall will lead a study on “Why Am I A Christian?” at 7 p.m. in Room 350, MSC. ESHMAN AG SOCIETY: Will meet at 7 p.m. in Room 102, Zachry Engineering Building. Inicntftifwl R0ADRUNNERS: Elections, dues, and activities for the semester ' 1 — j, [ will be discussed in Room 321, Physics Building. '^'j NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS: A recruiter from ization Dim I Amoco Oil Co. will conduct a mock interview, and details of the • k field trip to the University of Houston Job Fair will be discussed at 1 «“tJe.l.[ 7:30p ' m ' in Ro ° m 103 ' ZaC,,ry ' a new CIA TENNIS: The tennis team will play in the Lamar Team Invitational I in Beaumont today through Saturday, before ClCEPHEID VARIABLE: “Fail-Safe,” starring Henry Fonda and Wal- Teng Hsiae t ter Matthau, will be shown at 8 and 10:30 p.m. in Room 601, ted StatesSi f Rudder Tower. Admission is 50 cents. (G) analysis! | ireign Asses | :ver, the pi* I' he post-Mail se. dng will be I ems and -r ghout its J|l irv iqm BASKETBALL: The women's team will play the University of Okla- in iv/0d. i’ . , the flexibii I boma in Denton. own by t!< TENNIS: The team will play in the Lamar Team Invitational in eport cond | Beaumont. is likely i AGGIE CINEMA: “The Revenge of the Pink Panther,” in which step towai'i Inspector Clouseau tracks down an international drug ring, star- Chinasecc^: n n g Peter Sellers, Dyan Cannon, Herbert Lomm Burt Kwouk, will be shown at 8 and 10 p.m. in Rudder Theater. (PC). MIDNIGHT MOVIE: “The Boys In Company C,” starring Stan ' Shaw, Andrew Stevens and James Canning, about five raw Marine 1 recruits and the vicissitudes of the Vietnam War, will be shown in Rudder Theater. (R) Friday SWIM TEAM: The men’s and women’s team will swim at the Uni- E versity of the Pacific and the University of California at Davis in Stockton at 2 p.m. have been tagged with masking tape to indicate their exact placement in the library addition. All materials will be moved on bookmovers, which are four-wheel dollies with shelves. None of the materials will be taken outside as they will be wheeled into the library through double access doors on each of the floors. Beard said that no heavy equipment will be used since this is completely an inside job. And even while all of this activity is taking place in the University’s most expensive, if not biggest, move, the library will continue to provide for library users. “We want to emphasize that the library will not be closed,” King said. “We will move the circulation department one night and have it ready for the following day.” King said librarians will get books or materials for anyone who needs them if they bring the call number to the circulation desk on the first floor of the library addition. Other services will also be provided on the first floor of the li brary addition with library staff members on hand to assist anyone who needs to use these services. The Automated Information Re trieval Service, microtext and maps will have service areas on the first floor during the move along the Interlibrary Services and the Copy Center. The reserve, reference and documents collections will be in temporary quarters on the first floor and collections that are to be located on the second floor such as current periodicals will be made available as early as possible during the move. After the move, remodeling will begin on the interior of the present facilities. Students and faculty will not be permitted in this area from the time the move begins until con struction is completed. During the six months it will take to complete this remodeling, work men will construct additional study carrels and install wall-to-wall car peting. When remodeling on the present building is completed, the tempo rary walls betyween it and the li brary addition will be removed and the building will function as one in tegral unit with access at the east entrance. Bob Hope says, “Help keep Red Cross ready.” A Public Service ol This Newspaper & The Advertising Council Have A Cultural Affair With The Houston Chronicle. 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