The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 19, 1987, Image 4

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Page 4/The Battalion/Monday, October 19,1987 Lead dancer Warped for Soviet ballet seeks asylum DALLAS (AP) — He couldn’t speak English, but a lead dancer for tne Moscow Ballet sought out a stranger near his Dallas hotel and “somehow communicated” that he wanted to contact American offi cials, police said. Andrey Ustinov is seeking politi cal asylum in the United States, fed eral officials said. Dallas police Sgt. Gene Summers said the person he approached Thursday evening un derstood the dancer and contacted the FBI. Ustinov slipped out of the hotel after telling his roommate he wouldn’t join him on the first bus to the troupe’s last of three perfor mances in Dallas but instead would take a second shuttle after dinner, Summers said. Waldo I WAGO- lor the rep Strike-ton by Kevin Thai I hopefuliv C.0Q-* SIGHTED WALDO ON THE TIME-SCOPE J HE IS STILL ALIVE BUT LOST IN THE DARK AGES. The FBI picked him up after re- llfr ceiving a calf from the person he ap- :ne proached, Summers^ said. The per- ffic son was not identified, the officer said. The Moscow Ballet’s official trans lator said Ustinov, said to be in his early 30s with a wife and child in the Soviet Union, was enamored with life in the United States and seemed ready to defect. “He was really, really interested in the things Americans said,” Alexan der Orlov of Fort Worth said. THE TIME MACHINE WAS DAMAGED AFTER LANDING ON THE BLACK KNIGHTj NO HOPE OF WALDO EMEU RETURNING. THE KING GRANTED WALDO KNIGHTHOOD SINCE THEY THINK HE KILLED THE BLACK KNIGHT HOORAY for sir i waldoic: /M' ho Joe Transfer The people with the troupe said they almost could tell Ustinov was ready to defect, Orlov said. “He had a look in his eye,” he said. “He really liked it here.” Summers, who took the initial missing person report on Ustinov from the Soviets Thursday night, said neither he nor they ever men- tioned defection. O.K.Ags! I'm Crazy Willy! Wt 60TTA60THOUGH A LITTLE TKAWIU6 5EFDK.E WE C^UVm YOU LOOSE [WHdTyOU SIM6, IT'S bEST IFTOU UAUDSUDt DOWN, “I didn’t ask and they didn’t ask,” he said. “It was clear to me he had defected.” The Moscow Ballet, making its de but in the United States, is in the midst of a 21-city U.S. tour. revious Sa was the And remember.to afpwi PRESSURE TO ALL OJft 60CUT 46S' ame for ! eplacemen layers tha asqueradi all team fc .the season. And get showed up. The real right, ba ncing 34-1 Baylor, a &M trout toad, kept 1 totally destr How com ation? I • The B eght first A&M’s 27. 1 • The 5£ yards ; A&M’s 310. | • The Bi to the ball minutes an< to A&M’s fn I Figures d ■ True, the 2|1 in the only had 8 least the pas of coming a Bucky Rid tions on fiv Lance Pavl; iijgly, comp ■ Rnior Crai Symphony orchestra opens season with concert at A&M By Tom Reinarts Music Reviewer On Saturday evening the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra, com prised mainly of local singers and musicians, opened its fourth concert season with a splendid performance at a nearly full Rudder Auditorium. The orchestra, which was led by Franz Anton Review Krager, a lec turer for the Department of Philosophy and Humanities at Texas A&M, be began the performance with Beethoven’s “Overture to Egmont” and then moved on to the highlight of the eve ning, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in D minor. The orchestra was joined by mezzo-soprano Virginia Dupuy, so prano Lauren Sheeler, tenor Mi chael Lipe, baritone Earl Coleman and the Brazos Valley Symphony Chorus led by Virginia Babikian. Dupuy is a member of the Texas Commision of the Arts and has been featured on performances aired on public television and radio. Sheeler is a research associate for A&M’s De partment of Veterinary Anatomy. Lipe is the director of opera the ater at Colorado State University and Coleman is coordinator of the voice and opera division at Memphis State University. Krager, who has performed and conducted on most continents, led the orchestra through a spirited and truly enjoyable performance that re ceived an equally spirited standing ovation from most members of the audience. __ If the rest of the season proves as successful as the opening Saturday, this should be a good year for the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra. New device keeps DWI offenders from starting cars when drinking FORT WORTH (AP) — If you’re convicted of driv ing while intoxicated in Texas, you can be ordered to install a device in your car that makes it impossible to start it if you’ve been drinking. Some Texas judges are praising the device, devel oped by a Colorado company and used under a new law as a condition of probation in DWI cases where the of fender is allowed to drive for occupational purposes. But some critics object to its cost — about $500 — and contend it could be misused. About the size of a citizens band radio, the device goes under the dashboard of an automobile belonging to a convicted drunken driver. Before he starts the car, the, driver must blow into a tube that leads to a breath analyzer. If the analyzer detects an excessive blood alcohol level — usually .02 or the equivalent of drinking a single beer — the car won’t start. Under Texas law, a driver is considered drunk if his blood alcohol level exceeds .10. Although the law — which went into effect Sept. 1 — is still so new the Department of Public Safety has not issued regulations for it, judges in Tyler, New Braun fels and Dallas already are using it. The device is made by Guardian Interlock Systems Inc. of Denver, which also manufactures home arrest units — ankle bracelets that transmit a radio signal that tells if an offender has moved out of a certain area. Jeff Tryon, a Guardian marketing manager based in Euless, said the ignition device is an additional proba tion, too. “For years, judges had to weigh whetner to gram or deny an occupation license to a drunk driver,” he said. “This is an opportunity to grant occupation licenses while protecting the public,” he said. Invention lessens he in LUBBOCK (AP)- ^ Aggies. field goal a bui he still botched fie down. 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