The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 08, 1986, Image 4

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Page 4/The Battalion/Wednesday, October 8, 1986 1987 on v ^ T'rh'frnfnloliir '/^juo\orfe/&S : - hnfaJe a-tudent • ^j/hinjuni 6?% j.js “ Conn>(ciior^ erf entt •3&t\<5izr ~ Jtswolc&rKnf acJMes avaiQabfa ©ct.3-10 Qtadent LActlvities 208 Surround yourself with the Sounds itw^amL p ‘Collage’ October 15, 8 p.m. “Collage” is the unique concert opening the 1986-87 season of the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra, “Sounds of the Valley”. “Collage” features the Orchestra sections seated throughout Rudder Auditorium at Texas A&M—on stage, in the orchestra pit, the balcony, and the main floor. Texas A&M’s Singing Cadets and Century Singers will join the Orchestra in this concert “in the round”. The individual sections will play a series of contrasting pieces without inter ruption or applause. The last note of one musical arrangement will be the first note of the next. Soloists will be featured in the woodwinds, strings, percussion and brass sections. “Collage” culminates in a rousing finale by the entire orchestra on stage. Be a part of the 1986-87 season of the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra. “Collage” ticket prices: Adult — $12. Student/Senior Citizen — $10. Child (12 and under) — $8. A limited number of season tickets are still available. For tickets and more information, contact the MSC Box Office, 845-1234. VISA and MasterCard accepted. BRAZOS VALLEY SYMPHOMY orchestra Franz, Anton Krager, Music Director and Conductor Battalion Classified 845-2611 Reports say cuffs used in UT hazing AUSTIN (AP) — A University of Texas fraternity pledge, who died after drinking about 18 ounces of rum, had been handcuffed and told to drink the night before he was found dead in his dormitory room, it was reported Tuesday. Quoting unnamed sources, the Austin American-Statesman said Mark Seeberger, 18, had one hand cuffed to the roof of a van during the “ride” with two other pledges and was ordered to drink. The Travis County medical exam iner has ruled that Seeberger, found in his room on Sept. 18, died of alco hol poisoning. A ride is what -some fraternities call the practice of taking pledges far from home and letting them out, of ten while intoxicated, to make their way back. UT officials say the prac tice is considered hazing. An affidavit requesting a search warrant for the van that carried See berger and the others cited a statement to police by another Phi Kappa Psi pledge. The statement confirmed that three pledges, including Seeberger, were handcuffed in the van on the night of Sept. 17. Five liquor bottles were found in the van after District Judge Robert D. Jones issued a search warrant last week, the American-Statesman re ported. Court records also said no one in the van — the pledges, three regular fraternity members and a girlfriend of one member — had reached the legal drinking age of 21. 2 arrested after murder at Sour Lake SOUR LAKE (AP) — Authorities using tracking dogs from Huntsville Tuesday captured two men sus pected of fatally shooting a man who caught them burglarizing his home and wounding two others, authori ties said. Liberty County officials said a res ident of Sour Lake in Hardin county, a town about 15 miles west of Beaumont, returned home Mon day night with his brother and a friend and found two men inside his home at about 9 p.m. The owner of the home was shot and killed. Llis brother and the friend were also shot. The brother was treated and re leased and the other man was listed in fair condition at a local hospital, said a dispatcher who would not give his name. Authorities found a truck belong ing to the dead man between Baston and Sour Lake and arrested one of the suspects. The second suspect was arrested shortly after midnight about four miles west of Sour Lake, he said. Both men were being held with out bond in the Liberty County Jail on charges of capital murder, he said. What’s up Wednesday STUDENTS AGAINST APARTHEID: will sponsor a film, “Generations of Resistance,” at 8:30 p.m. in b()7 Rudder. LUTHERAN COLLEGIANS: Rev. Silas Krueger will speak on “Martin Luther: The Tallest Man in History?” at 7 p.m. in 504 Rudder. DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH COMMUNICATION AND THEATER ARTS: Frederick Williams will speak on “The New Information Technologies: Getting Comfortable With the Future” at 7 p.m. in 301 Rudder. PHILOSOPHY CLUB: will sponsor a discussion, “Do Beliefs Exist?” moderated by Dr. Andy Cling at 8:30 p.m. m 407A- B Rudder. CAMPUS CRUSADE: will co-sponsor with three other orga nizations the film, “The Reformation,” at 12:30 p.m. in 604B Sterling C. Evans Library. TAMU BAHAT CLUB: will have an informal discussion on “What is Baha’i?” at 7 p.m. in 139 MS( 1. GAY STUDENT SERVICES: will meet at 8:30 p.m. Call GAYLINE at 775-1797 for meeting place. NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL MARKETING ASSOCIA TION: will hear a speaker at 7 p.m. in 1 15 Kleberg. PUBLIC RELATIONS STUDENT SOCIETY OF AMER ICA: will meet at 6 p.m. in 014 Reed McDonald. Dues must be paid to get on the charter member list. PLANO HOMETOWN CLUB: will meet at 7 p.m. in 402 Rudder. HENDERSON COUNTY HOMETOWN CLUB: will meetat 7 p.m. in 145 MSG. RESIDENCE HALL ASSOCIATION: will meet at 8:30 p.m. in 301 Rudder. SOUTH LOUISIANA HOMETOWN CLUB: will meet at 7 p.m. in 4 10 Rudder. TAMU POLO CLUB: will have beginners’ mallet practiceat 5:30 p.m. on the Polo Field. PI SIGMA EPSILON: will meet at 7 p.m. in 1 14 Blocker. TAMU SAILING CLUB: will meet at 7 p.m. in 401 Rudder. AGGIE SPELEOLOGICAL SOCIETY: will hold an openfo rum on “The Stereotypical Anti-social Behavior o/TSpeleo- logists” at 8:30 p.m. in Rudder Tower (Check monitor for room). AGGIE RED CROSS: will meet and hold officer elections at 7 p.m. in 305A-B Rudder. UNITED CAMPUS MINISTRY: will hold an “Aggie Sup per” with food and fellowship at 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the A&M Presbyterian Church. EUROPE CLUB: will meet at 9:30 p.m. at the Flying To mato. ON-CAMPUS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: will meetat noon. For location call 845-5826. INTRAMURAL-RECREATION SPORTS: volleyball offi cials will have their second meeting at 6:30 p.m. in 164 Read. THURSDAY WICHITA COUNTY HOMETOWN CLUB: will have pic tures taken for Aggieland ’87 at 6:15 p.m. in Zachry Engi neering Center. DATA PROCESSING MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION: will sponsor a presentation on careers in data processingat 7 p.m. in the Ramada Inn Penthouse Suite. STUDENT ART FILM SOCIETY: will show Fredefico Felli ni’s film “8‘/2” at 7 p.m. in 165 Blocker. AGGIE SPACE DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY: will present the film “Pioneering the Space Frontier" at 7 p.m. in 510 Rudder. MEXICAN-AMERICAN ENGINEERING SOCIETY: Dan iel Orozco of the Placement Office will speak at 7 p.m. in 502 Rudder. ATARI USER GROUP: will hold a demonstration of a music synthesizer and hypo-digitizer on the 520-ST at 8 p.m. in 102 l eague. SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS: will meet at 7 103 Zachry. ASIAN-AM ERIC AN CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: will meet for singing and a Bible study discussion at 8:30 p.m. in 510 Rudder. ADVERTISING ASSOCIATION: will meet at 7:30 the pool area of Timber Greek Apartments. Items for What’s Up should be submitted to The Battalion, 216 Reed McDonald, no less than three working days prior to desired publication date. DISCOVER SUZANNE’S v Come on in and you’ll discover bigger savings on the season’s best looks. Your favorite labels. Today's wide selection and something new every week. And don’t be surprised if you discover there’s no need to ever shop any place else. NOVELTY SWEATERS DEPT. 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