The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 14, 1979, Image 5

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^Arrivals from Canada, Mexico ^CONA 24 opens here today wrveyt, ^ssoci hat told By LOUIE ARTHUR Battalion Reporter National and international stu- >1 . - 'x^nt leaders are arriving today to at- a ' ns hi nd the 24th Student Conference a nd dij S the an cattle, u °f heij > n d im 1 cattle ^mburjj Amtij 5 PPers njj ts more ^ hy ay up# r ger, site in ets is cad and cations East ame 1 Farm a their the Imp s say (lie without 11 happe woull 2 to S2 iumer ich less, sman nmed i those y 3 centi ■ juice ese prat there >e the ts for the: epartmeil onday on and >e majort icouragiit THE BATTALION Page 5 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1979 on National Affairs. The 180 SCON A 24 delegates will discuss America’s economic environment at round-table sessions after listening to guest speakers in Campus Names Starr, Shelby place at Baylor tourney The Texas A&M University De bate team went to Baylor Uni- /ersity’s National Debate Tour- „ nament Feb. 2-4. Sophomores Michael Shelby and freshman James Starr placed fifth in the jverall competition, with wins igainst the University of South- ivestern Louisianna, Texas Tech, P"® Carson-Newman, University of fexas-Arlington and the Univer- iity of Southern California. Starr and Shelby were ranked ixth and tenth respectively in he field of over 70 contestants. The team’s next tournament is his weekend at Southwest Texas tate University. ioung Texan dinner mors 5 Aggies udtheiit The South Central Texas Dis- rgain eitle rict and the North Texas District re Comii Iptimist International and r in Calih 'oung Texan & Tex-Anne Pro- inter proj rram held their 1979 Annual nvards Banquet Jan. 27, to onor the Young Texans and ex-Annes of the Month for of an mi 978. Five of the 24 nominees at- ouldtt* end Texas A&M University. They are Michael Ray Sterling, James Joseph Nally Jr., Stephanie Schneider, Joni Jami son, and Debra Kay Lehman. Jamison won the title of Young Tex-Anne 1979, and Nally was second runner up for Young Texan 1979. Hellriegel chosen to attend seminar Dr. Don Hellriegel, head of Texas A&M University’s Man agement Department, is one of five faculty members in the na tion to be selected to lead the annual National Seminar of Beta Gamma Sigma, the national hon orary fraternity of business ad ministration. Hellriegel will attend the premier gathering of honor stu dents March 27-29 at the Uni versity of Virginia. At the meet ing, the Texas A&M professor will conduct a 3.5-hour seminar for 60 of the country’s best busi ness administration students. His topic is “Management of Conflict” and will focus on ways of dealing with conflict situations withing organizations. Hellriegel joined The Texas A&M faculty in 1975. divorce may end family, ociology professor says ay ms iii mational ,gers woii aceptives services* : unden ugo United Press International IOWA CITY, Iowa — A Colum- University sociology professor s the accelerating rate of divorces ild mean the end of the family pit in America by the turn of the itury. What we have been seeing for p last 13 years is a snowball ef- t,” Amatai Etzioni said Monday [ring a program at the University Bowa. “We can no longer consider : total breakdown of the family as onceivable.” In the future the world can either andon its traditional family struc- te or move toward a new set of ly commitments, he said. In any ease, we cannot see a so- ty in which the family survives if ego of the individual becomes ultimate purpose,’’ he said, tzioni said only scattered data ists on troubled families; re- chers a “need to give that topic ■powered treatment today,” he To even say that we can have an tended family ignores our modern pile society where we organize If you have money to invest . . . Optional Retirement Plan Tax Sheltered Annuity Deferred Compensation Financial Planning Call Hays Glover GUGGENHEIM GLOVER, ASSOCIATES 779-5555 LAKEVIEW CLUB 3 Miles N. on Tabor Road would not •ental cob required! c al procti ncy- J.S. Suprf [te cannol e eligible | Medicaid n t before: a services Saturday Night: Billy Joe Spears From 9-1 p.m. STAMPEDEDANCE Every Thursday Night $2.00 per person All Brands, Cold Beer 45 Cents 8-12 oc iet| if you jtendec took at ■ above Hi. Fet). ^CA. MSC CRAFT SHOP GALLERY On this day or any other day when you want to give a special gift, why not choose from the fine selection of hand crafted items found in the MSC Craft Shop Gallery. For more information call 845-1631 or better yet, come down and see us. We are located next to game’s area in the MSC basement. Rudder Auditorium or the Memo rial Student Center. The speeches are free and open to the public. Other events include a square dance, barbecue, parties and at tending the Festival of Russian Dance. Thirty Texas A&M students will serve as hosts and hostesses for the conference, which ends Saturday morning. Vice chairman of the host/hostess committee. Rebel Rice, described the job of SCONA hosts and host esses as “making someone else feel like they belong here. They were chosen on the basis of their poise and personality. Rice said. Three hosts or hostesses as signed to each round table, but they are not involved in the discussions. “They tell the delegates about A&M, handle emergencies, answer questions and even teach them how to kicker-dance,” Rice said. Jill Hall, a senior economics major, will be a hostess for the sec ond time. “It’s a blast,’ Hall said. ‘“It’s the most fun thing I’ve ever done. There are 13 male students serv ing as hosts this year, more than any previous year, Rice said. Dom Hartman, a sophmore elec trical engineering major, will be a host for tbe first time. Hartman said he wanted to be “in the hub of ev erything going on.” A hot air balloon will be tethered in the Rudder Fountain area through Saturday to publicize the conference. our labor force around the working unit. To have an extended family, we all must go back to the fields,” Etzioni said. Others say that divorce is benefi cial to family life, and claim to have found a better sex life and wiser partner, he said. “For some it might work,” he said, “but statistics show that 37 percent of first marriages and 57 percent of the second ones end in divorce.” FOR A CLASSY CUT, CALL Lynnell 846-4771 Wyatt’s Daily Specials Good from 11:00 a.m. ’til closing Wednesday . .Baked meat loaf topped with creole sauce, hash brown potatoes and seasoned carrots $1.89 Thursday . . -Tender broiled chicken livers served with french fried onion rings and corn on the cob $1.75 Friday Deluxe seafood platter — 1 piece of fish, 2 fried shrimp, 2 fried crab rolls, tartar sauce, hush puppies, french fries and creamy cole slaw $2.89 Saturday . . . .One-fourth chicken with barbecue sauce served with hot potato salad and baked beans .$1.89 Wyatt’s Cafeterias 804 Texas Avenue BUDGET RECq s^rNorthgat (713) 846-5515 E-X-P-A-N-S-I-O-N SALE! ALL ALBUMS « AND OFF JAPES! 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