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    Battalion/Page 13
February 15, 1982
UT-Dallas names president
United Press International
DALLAS — Dr. Robert H.
Rutford, executive vice chancel
lor of the University of Nebras
ka in Lincoln, has been
appointed president of the Uni-
veristy of Texas at Dallas.
Rutford, 49, was appointed
Friday to succeed Dr. Bryce Jor
dan, UTD’s president of 10
years. Jordan was appointed ex
ecutive vice chancellor for
academic affairs with the UT
system in September 1981.
Rutford dealt primarily with
the expansion of research at the
University of Nebraska. Fund
ing from outside sources more
than doubled during his tenure,
a UTD spokesman said.
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Post Oak
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Financial system
questions effect
of new gold coin
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ns to tapes to WASHINGTON — The ('.old
onal Spamslij:Admission thinks it's a good
'He| to mint a new gold coin
featuring an American Eagle,
Bt there are many questions to
B answered on how it would
Bfect the U.S. financial system
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the animals,;!. The government panel Fn-
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f„,„.iBtarn to the sold standard
Warned in the 1930s, a coin
summer Bat would be worth its weight in
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The coin
would have no face value.
| ATreasury Department staff
study of various gold coin prop
osals raised questions sure to be
repeated again and again if Con
gress and the White House se
riously consider the commis
sion’s recommendation.
The coin would be exempt
from capital gains and sales
taxes, in some ways would bear a
legal resemblance to a postage
stamp and in others to a govern
ment security. It could be used
to settle some debts, but would
fall far short of being money as
the term describes paper bills
and coins. The commission spe
cified the coin would not be legal
Chopper rescues
stranded three
moments a
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United Press International
An Army MAST helicopter
Bturdky used a sling to rescue
pree people stranded overnight
when their own chopper de-
Iveloped engine problems and
|ffiade a controlled landing in
I'ftiountainous terrain.
No one was injured.
Paula Pool, Archuleta Coun
ty sheriffs dispatcher, said the
■elicopter flew into the Hughes
Ranch area at dawn and lifted
them out.
The downed helicopter car
ried Larry Nelson and Glen
Eyre, both employees of the Col
orado Division of Wildlife, and
Eyre’s wife. Rescuers spotted the
three from the air Friday after
Nelson radioed his position to
search planes.
Ground crews on snow-
. mobiles were unable to reach
them because of deep snow.
Today’s Almanac
H United Press International
■ Today is Monday, Feb. 15, the
46th day of 1982, with 319 to
Today is a legal holiday, the
|bservance of President’s Day,
honoring Presidents Lincoln
and Washington.
Susan B. Anthony, American
pioneer fighter tor women’s
rights, was born Feb. 15, 1820.
A thought for the day: In his
first inaugural address in De
pression-plagued 1933, Pfesi-
dent Franklin D. Roosevelt told
the nation: “The only thing we
have to fear is fear itself.”
Tuesday ladies nite
Ladies Drink FREE
All Night!
Cover T 00
Wednesday-. .fiesta nite
$ 1 00 Tequila Drinks!
No Cover!
Thursday... aggie nite
2 For 1 Bar Drinks
All Nite!
Get in Free with Your A&M ID Before 9 p.m.!
Tricycle Races — First Price $ 200 00 !
We’ve Got Pool, Pinball, 3 Full Bars, Waitresses and
1000 Square Feet of Dance Floor where you can kick up
your heels!
Watch For Live Entertainment
Coming This Month!
“The Finest
Night Club
Within 100 Miles!’
Open Tues.-Sun.
6 p.m.
"A Touch of
Country Class!'
5 Miles South of College Station
Hwy. 6 Across from Texas World Speedway
Run, Dance, or Dribble
.Shoe StoAei
Athletic Shoes
Clearance Sale!
Entire Stock
not reduced
Brooks Running Shoes, 12.90
Autry Running Shoes, 1/2 price
Converse Court Shoes, 24.90 to 31.90, reg. 29.99 to 39.97
Brooks Running Shoes, 1/4 price
Adidas Running Shoes, 24.90 to 26.90, reg. 29.99 yo 33.99
Converse Court Shoes, 24.90 to 31.90, reg. 38.99 to 44.99
Converse Basketball Shoes, 12.90 to 19.90, reg. to 29.99
Other assorted styles, brands, from 1/2 off
ZIPS canvas, nylon shoes, 14.90, reg. 20.99
KEDS canvas shoes, from 8.90
Other styles, brands, from 1/2 price
All shoes are discontinued, from regular stock. Excellent
values! Sizes are incomplete by style.
LEWIS SHOES - It’s Always A Pleasure
q Stock
:ed Vests
5°- t> i
>9to 59-
/s today the day you’re going to
do something about your
• Weight Watchers is the most successful weight loss
program in the world.
• Learn what to eat, how to eat, how much to eat.
• Eat three full meals a day.
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1 Coj
Meetings at
3006 29th St. #1 Lutheran St. Center
Mon. 9:30 a.m. & 5:00 p.m. 315 N. College Main
Tue. 6:30 p.m. Thurs. 5:15 p.m.
Wed. 9:30 a.m. & 5:15 p.m.
Call 822-7303
Monday, February 15, 7:30 p.m. Room #601 Rudder Tower
Former Colonel in the Israeli Defense Force, and delegate to the
peace negotiations with Egypt, will speak on
A panel discussion and questions will follow
Sponsored by The International Student Association & The Israeli Club