The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 21, 1997, Image 10

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j / Wilber ^>purs( Dance Team Tryouts!! Sunday November 23,1997 at 7:00 p.m. in room 255 C. Roll ie BRAZOS VALLEY BLISS STATION By Frances Hunter, Triton Books A gift of poems and photographs that embody the spirit of the Brazos Valley Available MSC Bookstore and Hastings (409) 823-1022 John Collins '97 invites you to... SMITH FIREARMS/ WICKSON CREEK GUN RANGE 409-764-9230 409-589-1093 (Range) Located 4.1 Miles East of Hwy 6 on Hwy 21 MTRF 3 PM - Dusk SAT & SUN 9 AM - DUSK Rifle & Pistol Range Skeet Practice "WE BUY GUNS!!" ESTATE SALE 11/23 Contact range for more info Friday • November 2l j CAmpus Calendar* ^MastefCarriP J COWBOY MOUTH BREITLING 1884 THE PRINCETON REVIEW Taking a test this Spring? MCAT? + 8 points average improvement . . . ‘nuff said CHRONOMAT At a time when instruments unerringly cope with Mach 1 flight data, continued improve ments to the mechanical chronograph simply underscore that there’s more to time than technology. A movement’s intricate beauty or a hand-pol ished case’s lustrous gleam do put technological progress in a broader perspective. Like the Concord, the world’s first but surely not last superson ic transport, CHRONOMATS draw time and space .ever closer with aesthetic excellence as well as outstanding technical perfor- John D. Huntley, Inc. Class of ‘79 313B South College Ave. College Station, TX 77840 (409) 846-8916 INSTRUMENTS FOR PROFESSIONALS t o A rr'i o ^ ()n S es t most complete I v O ± ; course available . . . ‘nuff said Friday Alpha Phi Omega: A meeting on the Kemp Gym Service Project will be at 5:30 p.m. in 133 Koldus. MSC NOVA: There will be open gam ing from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. in 145 MSC. Call Charles Fewlass at 845- 1515 for more information. A&M Roadrunners:Wewillrun3to4 miles, starting in front of G Rollie White at 4:15 p.m. All students and skill lev els are welcome. For any questions contact Steve at 847-7905. Alpha Phi Omega: There will be free babysitting sen/ice for the faculty, stu dents, & staff of Texas A&M from 6:30 to 10 p.m. in 301 Rudder Tower. Study Abroad Programs: There will be an informational meeting about studying abroad in the summer of 1998 on the tropical island of Do minica while earning TAMU credit from 10 to 11 a.m. in 407 Rudder A & B. Hurry, only a few spaces left. For any questions, call 845-0544. Gamma Phi Delta: Church service will be held at 8:30 p.m. at All Faiths Chapel. Come as you are and get your praise on. For more information, contact Verlon at 693-7059. Saturday Horsemen Association: Intercolle giate Horse Showing Association will have a horse show at Freeman Arena all day. Free and open to the public. Call Lainie if you need a ride at 696- 3381 or Shannon at 696-1363. Aggieland HOBY: We need coun selors for a leadership workshop for high-school students. HOBY alumni and people who feel they are lead ers are encouraged. Please come by from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in 601 Rudder. Call Christine for informa tion at 693-7548. Gamma Phi Delta: Gamma Stomp, a step show featuring Texas chapters, will be held at 3 p.m. in the MSC Fla- groom. For more information, contact Verlon at 693-7059. Sunday The Wesley Foundation: There will be choir at 4:45 p.m. Dinner will be held at 6 p.m., and worship will be at 7 p.m. All events will be held at 201 Tauber, behind Kinko’s. Canterbury - The Episcopal Student Center: Holy Eucharist and dinner will be held at 6:15 p.m. at 902 George Bush in College Station. For details, contact Mark Crawford at 696-0774. Society for the Creative Anachro nism (SCA): Dance practice will be held at 7 p.m. Look at the MSC blue boards for location. Call Monika at 847-8393 for details. Horsemen Association: Intercolle giate Horse Showing Association will have a horse show at Freeir all day. Free and opentothel Call Lainie if you need a ride# 3381 or Shannon at 696-lc : .| TAMU Chess Club: Playctep! 1 to 5 p.m. in 308 Ruddei] Call Scott for more infon 268-7915. MSC Film Society: FilmonVj present MASH after a guests; at 2 p.m. in 107 Biochemisl physics. For more informafej tact Maria at 845-1515. Monday TAMU Women’s LacrosseTi tice will be held from 4 to 6 p.rI Zachry fields. Everyone is ei to join. Experience is notnecess questions, call Monica at 6! Aggime TAMU Anime A Club: There will be afreeAni ing in the LRD of Evans Librai) floor) from 7-10 p.m. Formon mation, contact Brian at847il Texas A&M Women’s Rugby tice will be held from 6 to8: the rugby pitch by Bonfire siti members are welcome, and perience is necessary. Ford! contact Janina at 764-0493. Me| Irs A rsit |m. t< Ixas Re fenter Alpha Phi Omega: A meeting Heest Service Project will be 5:30 p.m. in 133 Koldus. Itwl lusic.j Catholic Students Association ] and prayer will be held from?: 8:30 at St. Mary’s Catholic Chi i0M fex; GMAT? Best computer specific preparation around . . . ‘nuff said / r-> 1 ^ +212 avg. improvement Xv tL : in our full-length course . . . ‘nuff said There is no other. Don’t put it off any longer . . . We can help you do your very best on this test. CALL TODAY! v VO o loO St. Mary’s Youth Retreat Team;: j SAN ing will be held from 9 to 10 p.iru pt Al Mary’s Student Center, MainRoor unday | ihtativ Lutheran Student Fellowship Her a English conversation group r irForce) held at 6:30 p.m. at 315 N. Cb ‘Notlj Main in College Station. Formo'* onzalej formation, contact Rev. RicUnseofl Manus at 846-6687. irest,” The f J TAMU Career Center: Therev, 1 tonfror a co-op orientation at 3:30 p.m. Pment,| 502 Rudder. ostofi r.suppc Aggieland HOBY: We needcoi the) selors for a leadership worksbopl Pace cc high-school students. HOBVato Ito Sa| and people who feel theyarelea ers are encouraged. Pleased by from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in 6 Rudder. Call Christine for infon idt6|| tion at 693-7548. CAPE i Campus Calendar is a Battal 0nauts service that lists non-profits 0urnl3 ' a J dent and faculty events and ac eresc h^ ities. Items should be submit ^ ncler < no later than three days in advai of the desired run date. Appl . More X tion deadlines and notices are ency w ' 1 events and will not be run infl °^ s Pir pus Calendar. If you havei^ s l questions, please call the if room at 845-3313. Missio] foCastlJ collision I ‘We fe| going t c iws conf ite cap E tasks | l( >se to th L are The $1(1 fellite, Tblingoy enColur. (Hasn’t wc ^r it with SKI APPAREL Save up to 50% On Name Brand Ski-Wear CD SPORTS is back in town with Ski-wear for foe entire family. 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