The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 08, 1985, Image 10

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Shawn Behlen
Leigh-Elien Clark
Staff Writers
Mary Cox
Patti Flint
Tricia Parker
Staff Reviewers
Marcy Basile
Walter Smith
Bill Hughes
Richard Williams
7 Letter from the co-editors Not everybody gets to experi
ence the sun and the sand or the sun and the snow for the
next week. Uh uh. Some people have to stay at home (in
some godforsaken small town) or here. Well, surprise —
here might not be as bad as you think. And if you believe
that, there’s some land we’d like to sell...
8 A guide to the ultimate Here’s the Mary Cox guide to “Ta-
muland” — that ever-popular and oh, so fashionable resort
paradise. Ms. Cox takes you on the grand tour, exposing such
hot spots as Mt. Aggie, Rudder Beach and the Top o' the
Tower restaurant. You’ve just never had it so good.
10 Games to while away the hours It’s the collegiate an
swer to the Mini Page. They won’t test your mind (but hey,
you’ve got to do something for a week, right?). Once you’ve
found all the words, filled in the crossword puzzle and dis
covered the identity of the label strips, then you can try to
find yourself on Scott McCullar’s map of A6pM.
4 Adams overcame hardships Trudie Adams owns and
manages the Black Forest Inn. She also does the cooking and
the cleaning. It’s a one woman show — done veiy well. But
life for Adams wasn’t always so successful.
6 Phillips’ directorial debut is a hilarious success The
Aggie Players production of “Beyond Therapy” was per
formed this week in Rudder Forum. Leigh-Ellen Clark writes
that it was a smashing success.
6 Sextet of scholars to perform here MSC OPAS is bring
ing the King’s Singers, a highly acclaimed musical ensemble,
to Afc>M March 19 at 8 p.m. in Rudder Auditorium. Their
music ranges from madrigals to Motown.
3 ‘The Sure Thing’: not the usual teen flick Carl Reiner
has come a long way from “All in the Family.” His latest film
is still another coming of age stoiy, but it doesn’t fall into
stereotypical patterns.
3 From brain games to inane games Walter Smith re
views Chess, a musical soundtrack and Friction by Coney
Hatch. Chess isn’t finished yet, but already has some excel
lent songs. Friction, however incurs the wrath of Walter.
16 At the movies Marcy, in her own special way, tells us
what’s where, what it’s about and if you should shell our
your hard-earned money or not.