The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 28, 1983, Image 4

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    Page 4/The Battalion/Monday, March 28,1983
Even though we do not prescribe
diets, we make it possible for many to
enjoy a nutritious meal while they
follow their doctor's orders. You will
be delighted with the wide selection
of low calorie, sugar free and fat free
foods in the Souper Salad Area, Sbisa
Dining Center Basement.
Journalists to answer
the questions tonight
Monday through Friday 10:45 AM-1:45 PM
Two mayors, a Texas A&M
regent and a county judge will
have their chance to interview
the media tonight at 7:30 in 701
The officials will question a
media panel during a reverse
press conference sponsored by
Women in Communications,
Inc. and the Society of Profes
sional Journalists, Sigma Delta
Chi. The discussion commemo
rates Freedom of Information
Month. Admission is free.
Members of the officials
panel are: William A. McKenzie,
vice chairman of the Texas
A&M Board of Regents; Bryan
Mayor Richard Smith; College
Station Mayor Gary Halter; and
Brazos County Judge Richard
Holmgreen. Members of the
media panel are: Glenn Drom-
goole, editor of the Eagle; Diana
Sultenfuss, editor of The Batta
lion; Jeff Braun, news director
of KBTX-TV; and Jeanne Nor
ton, news director of KAMU-
Tim Foarde, senior journal
ism major, will be moderating
and Dr. Edward Smith, head of
the Communications Depart
ment, will deliver the opening
remarks. After the press confer
ence, audience members will be
able to question both sides.
“Future of the Western Alliance
8 p.m., April 4
Rudder Auditorium
MSC Box Office
Students — $6, $8, $10
Journalism majors
receive awards
Journalism majors received
19 awards at two separate con
ventions during the past
Seven awards for newspaper
and magazine work were pre
sented to members of The Bat
talion staff Saturday during the
Southwestern Journalism Con
gress convention in Stillwater,
Frank L. Christlieb took
second place for best non-game
sports story and third place for
best game sports story. Denise
Richter won third place for best
feature story.
Phyllis Henderson took
second place for best news head
lines, and Pam Starasinic won
first place for best magazine
Rob Johnston won first place
for best magazine black and
white photograph, and Jorge
Casari won third place in the
same category.
The Battalion tied for eighth
place overall in the competition.
The University of Texas took
first place, Texas Tech Universi
ty took fifth place, and Texas
Christian University won sixth
place. The competition included
schools from Texas, Oklahoma,
Arkansas and Louisiana.
Twelve awards were received
by five students at the southwest
regional student competition of
Women in Communications,
Inc. The convention was held in
Jane Brust won first place in
the magazine article category
and second place in opinion
writing. Denise Richter won first
place in feature writing. Dana
Smelser won first place in ad
campaign and second place in
feature writing.
Diana Sultenfuss won first,
second and third place in photo
graphy and third place in news
paper news. Rebeca Zimmer-
mann won first place in news
paper news, first place in news
paper opinion and third place in
feature writing.
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HOUSTON—A man charged
with cutting to pieces his ex-
wife’s male Doberman puppy
and placing it in his mother-in-
law’s front yard remained jailed
Jimmie Overton, 43, of
Houston, pleaded no contest
Thursday to a charge of cruelty
to animals and was sentenced to
90 days in jail by County Court-
at-law Judge Bob Musslewhite.
$4 99
Choose from over 1,500 titles
at c^ur sales table
Now in Progress
per foot
Around tow
CSISD trustees meet tonight
The College Station school board will meet tonight k
approve attendance zones and student transfer guideline
and to work on the 1983-84 school calendar.
The board will meet at 7 p.m. in the Oakwood Middle
School Library at 106 Holik in College Station.
Range Club wins at annual contest
Texas A&M Range Club had two teams competingk
contests at the recent annual meeting of the Society lot
Range Management.
Eleven members competed in the Plant Identificatia
contest. The team, consisting of James Terrell, Ray Ullriclt
Stephen Zuberbueler and Matt Kast took first place. Indi
vidual rankings in overall competition were Terrell, l|
place; Ullrich, 8th place; Zuberbueler, 10th place; and Kast
1 1th place. Mary Beth Walsh, Denise Redder, RogerGolii
stein, Stephen Bauer, Brad Teplicek, Elisha Probstami
Irby McWilliams also competed on an individual basisintit
Plant Identification contest.
Jack Alexander, Michael Schuman, Joel Holt and Chut!
Coffey competed in the Comprehensive Range Manage
ment Exam. The team took second place in overall compel
tion against 13 teams. Alexander and Schuman tookSrdaml
4th places respectively, against 52 individuals.
Also competing in the Comprehensive Range Manage
ment Exam were Scott Cooney, Roni Anson, Bill Faskeanc
Roger Goldstein.
Former Aggie promoted to captain
Richard Lewis Jr. of San Antonio was promoted totherail
of captain in a recent ceremony hosted by Fifth Army Chief
of Staff Brig. Gen. John E. Rogers.
Lewis, chief of the Fifth Army Human Resources Office
was commissioned a second lieutenant in the AdjutantGei
eral’s Corps through the ROTC program at Texas Teel
University. ' .™r
Lewis earned a master’s degree by 1978 and adoctorateii an 1M,00C
sociology from Texas A&M University by 1981. While here,
he served in the Army Reserve as a member of the 420!
Engineer Brigade at Bryan.
Entering active duty in 1981, Lewis attended the Adjutam
General School at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., before
assignment to Fifth Army headquarters.
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ASME chapter honored in contest
The Texas A&M student chapter of the American Sociel)
of Mechanical Engineers was honored recently for scoringl
over 400 points in a national competition sponsored by tk
Bendix Corporation.
In the competition, chapters accrued points fromstudti
section activities and participation in the activities. Therec
ognition is especially significant since the contest is based!
percentage of students participating in activities rathertlian
on total numbers.
Texas A&M has the largest student section of ASMEintk
nation with more than 500 members. The award wasforlk
1981-82 academic year.
Recreation Committee to teach safe!)
The MSC Outdoor Recreation Committee is sponsoring!
River Safety Workshop Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon*
607 Rudder. J
Through films, slides, equipment demonstrations a|
discussions, participants will learn the basics of safe ri'd
The cost for the seminar is $5. For more information
contact Charlie Walter at 845-1515 before Friday.
China Club to sponsor two movies
The China Club is sponsoring two movies tonight in celebfl
tion of International Students Week.
“The Bosom Friend” and “Full of Happiness,” Chine*
movies with English subtitles, will be shown at 7:30 pm.®
Rudder Auditorium. Admission is free.
Christian Scientist to speak tonight
Jean D. Louis, a Christian Science practitioner fromtM
Transvaal province of South Africa, will speak at 8 tonight*!
the Brazos Center.
The topic of Louis’ speech is “The Liberating Powero
Christian Science Healing,” and the public is invited t!
If you have an announcement or item to submit for till*
column, come by The Battalion office in 216 Reed McDo 1
nald or contact Tracey Taylor at 845-2665.
Police beat
The following incidents were
reported to the University Police
Department for March 24 to 26.
•A purse, from an unlocked
locker in the ladies locker room
in East Kyle, on March 25.
•A Pioneer stereo receiver,
cassette deck and speakers
valued at $1,400, from a resi
dent of Walton Hall, on March
•T-Shirts and sweat suits
valued at $228, from a booth in
G. Rollie White Coliseum, on
March 26 during the ]
ing contest.
•A motorcycle, fromDofj
on March 25. It was fouH“|
March 26 in parking lot of
•A student from Moot e
and a non-student, each 5
the other broke the wind 5
his car, on March 26.
•A student threaten 5
worker, in Heldenfels Lea®
Research Center, on Mam