The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 19, 1991, Image 8

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Asthma Study Wanted: Individuals 18-50 years of age with asthma to participate in a short clinical research study involving an investigational medication in capsule form. Pauli Research International® VjSioo 776-0400 $zooy BRIDAL SEMINAR s) TEXAS HATE OF FAME Your # I Uve Country Night Spot! I I,Urs. Xlght - SENIOR BASH Any single shot bar drink, longneck, or margnrita $1.25. Music by Full House. Fri. Night - .25 Bar Drinks & Draft Beer. Music by Fire Creek. Sat. Night - Any single shot bar drink, longncek or margarita $1.25. Music by Wichita. College &. Faculty l.D. Discount 1522-2222 2309 FM 215115 South, on How to Plan the "Perfect V/edding" Presented by ANGELA WARD Author Of LADIES AND LORDS (] AT TEXAS 807 We sell the finest Bridal Gowns for less, EVERYDAY! 807 Texas Ave. • 764-8289 *Now taking orders for June & July weddings Paged The Battalion Friday, April 19, *REFRESHMENTS *DOOR PRIZES SATURDAY APRIL 27,1991 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at MESSINA HOF WINE CELLAR Tickets $3.00 Limited seating available Call 776-0086 for Information % T- AGGIE MUSTER April 21st BAR-B-Q 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Acad. Plaza CANDLELIGHT CEREMONY the 7 p.m. G. Rollie White Coliseum What’s Up Friday Sunday ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: General discussion at noon. Call C.D.P.E. at 845-0280 for more information. STERLING C. EVANS LIBRARY: National Library Week Book Sale at 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on South Side of Evans Library. EPISCOPAL STUDENT CENTER: Evening prayer, Holy Communion and community dinner at 6:15 p.m. in the Canterbury House, 902 George Bush Drive. Call 693-4245 for more in formation. AGGIE BLOOD DRIVE: At the Commons, Sbisa, Academic Plaza, Medical Science Lab. Call Dawn at 847-1808 for more infor mation. METHODIST STUDENT CENTER: choir cancelled, worship services p.m , dinner 6 p.m. due to Muster. Call Max at 846-4701 for more information. CLASS OF ’94: Pick up Class of ’94 chairperson application at SP0 front desk. LUTHERAN STUDENT FELLOWSHIP: Fellowship Supper at 6 p m in the Lutheran Student Center. COLOMBIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION: Last general meeting of the semester at 7 p.m. in 200 Kleberg. Call Juan at 775-0645 or 845-3545 for more information. ISA GOURMET CLUB: Caribbean Gourmet and awards night at 7 p.m. in the Methodist Student Center on University Drive. Call Jan at 846-2717 for more information. SOCIETY FOR CREATIVE ANACHRONISM: Fighter practice, open practice to those who wish to see and learn the combat arts at 12:30 p.m. at Brison Park in College Station. Dance Prac tice of Middle Ages Style Dancing at 8:30 p.m m 225MSC. Call Jane at 846-3113 or Michael at 268-/737 for more in formation. MANAGEMENT 481: Mr. Jim Harris, senior vice president, engi neering at Compaq Compute Corporation to be speaking on the growth and Philosophy of the Corporation at 10 a.m. in 114 Blocker. Call Cindy at/64-7448 for more information. TEXAS ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION COALITION: Free Earth DavCel ebration: music, information, booths, speakers, children's activities from 12 to 6 p.m. at Hensel Park. Call Mary at 846-6767 for more information. Monday CLASS OF ’92: applications for director positions now available in the Guard Room, second floor Pavilion and 216 MSC. They are due today by 5 p.m. Call Jennifer at 845-1515 for more information. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: General discussion at noon Call C D P.E. at 845-0280 for more information. MSC FORSYTH CENTER GALLERIES: Janie Chester Young speak ing on ‘Tiffany Carder and Shirley: The English Genii of the American Art Glass Movement" at 7 p.m. m 228 MSC. Call Timothy at 845-9251 for more information. POLITICAL SCIENCE SOCIETY: Mixer at 6 p.m at Mazzios Call Melissa at 764-6586 for more information. TEXAS AGGIE BAR ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS, applications due in 330 Blocker. Call Hillary at 845-2366 or Djuanaat 845-1557 for more information. meeting at 6 p.m. in Hensel Park. Call Fabiana at 846-1331 or lara at 696-5595 for more information. STUDY ABROAD OFFICE: informational meeting for Finance and Accounting Majors to study in Italy for Spring 92 at 2 p.m. in 330 Blocker. STUDENT ORGANIZATION FOR ANIMALS AND ANIMAL RE SEARCH: Dr William Britz, executive vice president ol Re search Equipment Co., will speak on "Research Animal Housing and Environmental Enhancement" at 7 p.m. in 150 Blocker. HONORS STUDENT COUNCIL: Party! from 2 to 4 p.m. at Pizza Hut (Northgate). Call Randy at 847-0598 for more information. RCIA: class designed for those interested in Catholicism orbecom- I ing Catholic at 7 p.m. in St. Mary's Student Center. Cal! 1 346-“ 846-5717 for more information. Saturday PROGRAM IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES: lecture by Tomi Craven, Divinity School, ‘Spirituality and the Book of Psalms'al 7:30 p.m. in 209 HECC Call 845-0841 for more inf tion. LATIN AMERICAN CATHOLIC STUDENTS: Day of Reflection, Theme: “Do You Believe in Jesus Christ?...Then, Let it Show!' from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in St. Mary’s Student Center. Party! ‘Let’s Celebrate the Lord With Joy,’ music in Span ish, soda and chips, at 8:30 p.m. in the Student Center, $2 per person. Call Rosa at 846-6518 for more information. METHODIST STUDENT CENTER: Men’s Bible study and womens devotional at 7 p.m. Call Max or Judy at 846-4701 for more information. PUERTO RICAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION: Spring picnic, every ' alii ~ - thing provided at 11 a.m. at Southwood Valley Park. Call Lisa at 693-3722 for more information. SOCIETY FOR CREATIVE ANACHRONISM: Heraldry meeting, re search and commenting on names and personal coats-ol- arms at 8:30 p m. at Roy Heath's House of Heraldry, Aspen. Call Ernesto at 847-0993 or Roy at 846-f more information. HAGGAI FELLOWSHIP: Bike-A-Thon to raise money for mission trip at 9 a.m. in Research Park. People interested in participat ing or sponsoring please call Rosie at 693-5499. AUDUBON FIELD TRIP: to Anahuac Refuge, High Island, Bolivar Flats. Call Bert at 764-3999 or 693-3214 tor more informa tion. NATURAL RESOURCE CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION: lecture se^ ries, ‘Career Opportunities with the Environmental Protec tion Agency’ at 7 p.m in 401 Rudder. Representatives from the EPA Regional Office will be speaking. Call Davids! 823-0509 or Eric at 847-5005 for more information. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ASSOCIATION: International Radio House, music from Punjab state of India at 9 p.m. on KAMU FM, 90.9 FM. ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY: Chartering Ceremony at 2 p.m. in 701 Rudder. Items for What's Up should be submitted to The Battalion, 216 Reed McDonald, no later than three business days before tht desired run date. We publish the name and phone number olttie contact only if you ask us to do so. What's Up is a Battalion service that lists non-profit events and activities. Submissions are runom first-come, first-served basis. There is no guarantee an entry 0! run. If you have questions, call the newsroom at 845-3316. Gorbachev: New treaty should help unions TOKYO (AP) — Soviet Presi dent Mikhail S. Gorbachev said Thursday night he will try to hammer out a new union treaty with just nine of the 15 Soviet re publics, giving up at least tem porarily on six independence- minded republics. "We shall have the treaty signed by those who are pre pared to do so," GorbachevtoM a press conference after his mit meeting with JapanesePri Minister Toshiki Kaifu. HEATIN' UP SENIOR WEEKEND AT CAVENDER'S i JUSTIN ROPER EXOTICS! SMOOTH OSTRICH • LIZARD • ELEPHANT COMFORT • VALUE • SIZES • WIDTHS • FIRST DUALITY V| . j f 1 1 J_Li J. J JJ j iMiUI ji'dSJ iUU3 au'i'i ar saiaouilli Wtanqder BRAND A&M leads South in minority recruiting Continued frompapl BRUSH POPPER SHIRTS GREAT LOOKING • RUGGED COTTON • WESTERN FASHION COWBOY CUT JEANS ^ TJ^VZ REGULAR & ^ ■IOSTIN LACE-Rs BLUE DENIM COLORS WESTERN SHIRTS NEW ARRIVALS — SHORT SLEEVED WESTERN SHIRTS 99 Levi's r ROPER MANIA! LEVI’S SOI PREWASHED *21“ POCKY MOUNTAIN! WORLD’S #1 JUSTIN DEALER WHERE TEXANS GET THEIR BOOTS! CAVENDER'S BOOT CITY FEATURING THE ORIGINAL JUSTIN ROPER ALL LEATHER • THE MOST POPULAR BOOT IN HISTORY! ALL COLORS • MENS & LADIES ROCKY MOONTAIN IEAMS TEXAS BEST SELECTION! ik "k -fa ik ?v COLLEGE STATION 1400 HARVEY RD. ♦ 696-8800 NEXT TO POST OAK MALL STEEL LACE BELTS $ 14 ARLINGTON • AUSTIN • COLLEGE STATION DALLAS • FORT WORTH • GREENVILLE HUNTSVILLE • HURST • LONGVIEW LUFKIN • MESQUITE • PALESTINE PARIS • PITTSBURG • PLANO TEMPLE • TEXARKANA • TYLER +7 LOCATIONS IN HOUSTON go MATCHING ROPER COLORSI LONG LENGTH JEANS AT ADDITIONAL COST ^ J j ^ AMERICAN EXPRESS what they have done for Tolentino said. "It's reciprod Alumni can give this school!! excellent name and be insti mental in securing more funds I want to give th"A&M medi cal school for other minotil 1 studentsMaldonado also c sees the college's summer richment programs, which® elude a week-long program familiarize high school student with the medical school enviroi ment and an eight-week hi school research apprentice pi gram. "1 think our size has a lotto! with our success," Maldona- said. "And our faculty is acceS ble to the students. It'salote! ier with 48 students than vS 200." Denton said he is confide' the information and understa^ ing gained during his visit facilitate the formulation of i* ommendations to help schools. Fifteen minority or disadvsi taged students will participate Bridge to Medicine, which inli : duces college students t0 t i Medical College Admission Test, the admissions process!!* life in medical school. About 60 percent of the pi gram's past students havetn tered a medical school proj Maldonado said. Most of maining students have either!* tered other health related prof 8 sions, continued their edo# in other health fields, or are y trying to improve their MO scores or gain admission tomf* ical school. Vol. 90 In Fei By Despite this year' the presi< ronmentc local resi< ronmentc "We d: much tin communi supportei V A& in a ? fc tor: ing gie ano det the at six for pics is t( with otl "It enricl She coaches riously. By