The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 15, 1983, Image 4

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Y * x- ► local Battalion/Pag! February 15,11 Around town Dance-a-thon registration continues The Muscular Dystrophy Dance-a-thon sponsored by Omega Phi Alpha and Alpha Phi Omega will begin at noon Saturday in the Brazos Center and will end noon Sunday. Prizes awarded for the top three money-raising couples include: $1000 worth of stereo equipment donated by Babb Audio and Concord Car Stereo, two Aggie diamonds don ated by Zales and two Sony Walkmans donated by Premier Video. Dancers may register all this week at the Memorial Stu dent Center, the Commons and the Academic and Agency Building. Registration is $2.50 a person and $5 a couple. Spring trip planned for New York The MSC Travel Committee is sponsoring a trip to New York City for Spring Break, March 11-20. The trip will include Broadway plays, tours of Chinatown, Little Italy, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art and more. The cost is $665 and space will be limited. For more information or to sign-up go be MSC 216 or call the Student Programs Office at 845-1515. Safety students granted scholarships Five Texas A&M University students have been awarded scholarships from the American Society of Safety En gineers. All are safety engineering majors and each received $800 to defray the costs of their college education. The scholarship winners were: Louis Gonzales, a senior from Victoria; Lindsey S. Hooks, a junior from San Anto nio; Ronnie L. Jackson, a senior from West Columbia; De- nice D. Scruggs, a senior from Corpus Christi; and Kim M. Paddle, a senior from Rancho Verde, Calif. The five ASSE chapters that donated funds for the scho larships are: the Region III main office, the Central Texas Chapter, the Fort Worth Chapter, the South Texas Chapter and the East Texas Chapter. Texas A&M graduate recognized Dr. Joseph M. Massey, president of Granada Genetics, Inc., and former student of Texas A&M, has been elected one of three United States members of the board of governors of the International Embryo Transfer Society. Massey, who lives in Bryan, directs Granada’s facilities in Marquez, Tx. and Cloverdale, Ind. as well as international marketing and transfer services in coordination with Grana da International, Ltd. in London. The Transfer society sponsors animal embryo transfer research and is a forum for the scientific community in volved in this new field. Brazos Beautiful ceremony planned Brazos Beautiful Inc. will officially kickoff its campaign to fight local littering with certification ceremonies at 4 p.m. Feb. 17. In that ceremony, Brazos Beautiful will be certified as the 283rd community in the Keep America Beautiful Clean Community System. William R. Nash, vice president of Keep America Beauti ful Inc., will join local officials at the Brazos Center for the ceremonies. He will also direct a workshop session for Brazos Beautiful directors on solving littering. That workshop be gins at 2 p.m. A 5:30 p.m. reception follows the certification ceremony. ASSE conference honors member Delmar “Del” E. Tally, CSP, P.E. was named Safety Profes sional of the Year for the American Society of Safety En gineers Region III. Tally was honored at the Region III Professional Develop ment Conference banquet here by ASSE National President elect Harry Partlow. Tally becomes only the second recipient of the award which is given in recognition of his outstanding achieve ments in the field of safety and contributions to the safety profession through ASSE. Last year’s recipient was Jesse Locke, Engineering Manager, Employers Insurance of Texas. If you have an announcement or item to submit for this column, come by The Battalion office in 216 Reed McDo nald or call Tracey Taylor at 845-2611. Magnets may be used in orthodontics’ future United Press International Crisscrossed by wires and laced with elastics, the smile of an orthodontic patient bristles w'ith hardware. But soon, com mon dental braces may be dra matically simplified with an un likely component: magnets. Braces straighten unruly teeth by gently pulling them into line. Additional force is often provided by small rubber bands that link and pull the upper and lower molars toward each other. “I’ve never been happy with rubber bands,” says orthodon tist Abraham Blechman of Col- MSC Council hears cable proposal by Patti Schwierzke Battalion Staff The MSC Council, in a meet ing Monday night, selected new officers and heard a proposal from MSC Video about an on— campus cable television channel. The MSC Council is responsi ble for policies affecting all areas of MSC programming. It is com posed of student officers, repre sentatives of former students, faculty representatives, MSC staff members and student rep resentatives from other campus organizations. MSC Video proposed obtain ing a channel on the existing on—campus cable networks. The channel would be called the Texas A&M Student Entertain ment Network (TAMSEN). The channel would broadcast 18 hours a day with three minutes of commercials every hour. Programs would be received by dormitory rooms, lounges, and the Memorial Student Center. Cruz Director of Accounts: Tim Samson Director of Funds: Karen Shewski Director of Procedures: Kevin Jones Director of Development Public Public Relations Relations: Michele Rogers ViC< . p residen[: Rnsnntfc New MSC Council officers are: Executive vice presidents Administration: Eric Conner Marketing and Personnel: Denis Davis Programs: Pat Wood, III Development Vice President: Chris Barnes Director of Development Fun draising: Becky Noah Director of Development Fi nance: John Wright Student Development Vice President: Alison Shaugh- nessey Director of Leadership Train ing: Greg Gough Director of Personnel: Margaret Milner Programs Vice President of Cuktil rams: Kelsel Thompson Vice President of Entens, Programs: Beth Ann Hen Operations Director of MSC Services: Courtney Cory Vice President of Edutz Programs: David Franz,) Finance Vice president: Teddy Dela A NEW CLASS IN STUDENT LIVING! • compact, efficient space • 3 minutes from campus • security/covered parking • washer/dryer in every unit • CHANCE FOR FREE TRIP TO EUROPE* (* subject to total occupancy) 846-8960 School board resolves to hold joint elections by Scott Griffin Battalion Reporter The Bryan school board adopted a resolution Monday to hold join! elections with the city of Bryan on April 2. The resolution means that the city and the school board will split the costs of the election. Board member W. K. Summers said that the average cost of an election is $4000. The board also approved a motion that calls for the election of three positions that will ex pire next month. Those posi tions and the people now in office are: Position No. 1 — B. F. Vance, Jr., Position No.2 — Woody Humphries, and Posi tion No.3 — T homas Borski. In other personnel moves, the board approved a recom mendation to install Carolyn Taylor as principal of Fannin elementary school. She will re place W. B. “Stubb” Davis, who will retire this year after 38 years of service with the district. Taylor currently works for the school district as an assistant principal at Fannin. The board also approved con tract extensions for 42 supervis ory and administrative staff members. Included in the group are directors, who received ex tensions for three years, and su pervisors, principals, and assis tant principals who all received extensions for two yean In other business,tht — approved a prda site for an elementary is in the Shirewoodmi development on Road. — approved the an advanced accounting at Bryan high school. — approved a schoold for 1983 lasting 175 beginning Aug. 30 and May 31. E approved a reconi! 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