The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 23, 1987, Image 10

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Page 10/The Battalion/Friday October 23, 1987 Space-grant (Continued from page 1) not only the nation but also private industry.” This designation would make it easier for students and faculty to work with people in NASA and other national space agencies, Van diver said. “It will cut a lot of red tape and open a lot of channels,” he said. Ed Walraven, director of public information at A&M, said the space- grant program is patterned after the federal acts that created the land- and sea-grant programs. A&M has been a land-grant insti tution since its founding in 1876 and was one of the first institutions to re- LUHCff BUFFET ALL YOU CAH CAT SALAD. pizza $3,69 llam - 2pm Dally 326 Jersey 211 University Carter Creek Center Work. Share. Live. Save Lives. You can have a summer full of adventure & personal growth while improving health for the people of Latin America. VOLUNTEER! To be an Amigos volunteer, write. Amigos de las Americas, 5618 Star L.ane, Houston, Texas 77057. 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The Space Research Center, started three years ago, is one of the programs that would benefit from a space grant. Oran Nicks, director of the cen ter, said there now are 60 or 70 in vestigators involved in the research and about as many students. They currently work with $3 million worth of activities, ranging from gravitatio nal and life support research to space transportation studies, he said. A&M recently was awarded a NASA grant of $5 million, which was money well spent, he said. Nicks said if A&M becomes a space-grant university, it will give talented students a chance at re search and help them gain more ad vanced projects. “The big plus is that the space grant would produce a greater rec ognition of the University’s space re search and would draw more indus tries here,” he said. Although Jack Devore, Sen. Bent- sen’s press secretary in Washington D.C., said there is no talk of a veto, Walraven said anything is possible. “Congress has passed appropria tions to set up space grants and to set us up as a space-grant institution,” he said. “But just because the vote is passed doesn’t mean the money will make it here,” DeVore said. “That’s the whole concept of checks and bal ances of the American Constitution — somebody could take the money away as well as give it. “But it’s a reality now — at least on paper.” Bank (Continued from page 1) bank will be responsible then for receiving additional deposits.” Rouse said a bidder’s meeting was held earlier this week after the OCC initiated an examination of Western National Oct. 5. Only one bid for the deposit base — First State’s — was received, he said. First State will have the option to purchase loans from Western National as well, but terms are pending examination of the pur chase agreement and the failed bank’s loan portfolio, Rouse said. 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