The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 09, 2003, Image 16

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Volume 11 In Denmark, a royal engagement for Crown Prince COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Crown Prince Frederik was engaged to Miss Mary Elizabeth Donaldson, the first Australian- born woman to stand in line to become a European queen, the royal palace said Wednesday. The couple will be wed May 14 in the capital, Copenhagen. At a state council meeting at Amalienborg Castle in Copenhagen where the royal family lives, Queen Margrethe told the Danish government that her 35-year-old son and heir to the throne of Europe’s oldest rul ing monarchy would marry Donaldson, a 31-year-old from Hobart, Australia. Under the Constitution, Denmark’s popular 63-year-old monarch and the government must give their formal approval for Frederik to marry. Last month, Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said his government supported the engagement. Stu The Texas Ai lie middle of a p Executive Cour Association Wee vital found he ition recently < Mark McCai communications said he Senate would nc nts outside Liens Week, wl touch with the "The student I money is being s Wo i note By Nic( THE E Austin man arrested in 1991 yogurt murders shop AUSTIN (AP) — An Austin man appeared in court Wednesday on federal charges in connection with the 1991 yogurt shop robbery and arson that left four teenagers dead. Patric Norris Davidson, 37, was indicted Tuesday on charges of accessory after the fact, failure to report a felony, making false statements to a federal official and obstruction of justice. If convicted, he faces a maximum penalty of 28 years in prison and $1 million fine. Davidson was released on $5,000 bond after the hearing. According to the indictment, Davidson disposed of the pistol after Michael James Scott and others robbed the I Can’t Believe It’s Yogurt shop and set it on fire. Scott and three others were arrested on state charges years after the four teenagers, includ ing two who worked at the store, were bound, gagged and shot in the head Dec. 6, 1991. High school st be on campu to increase tl tag admitted to The Prospecti' ed “The To Chances of ptshop aiming tips on he ?i&M, said Kelly counselor in the c lliis is a genei anyone interestee Cota said. The iW/or this weel of prospective stu< | * campus for the lull game. “The purpose increase knowled process among Cynthia Gay, a admissions. “We i TO INCRE Admissic Texas AS Police continue search for missing teenage boy DALLAS (AP) — Authorities con tinued searching Wednesday for a 16-year-old undocumented immi grant who allegedly was taken by an immigrant smuggler angry that the boy and his father didn’t have enough money for their trip from El Paso to Chicago. Edwin Ricardo Medrano, 16, was last seen at 10:50 a.m. Tuesday in Dallas in a dark blue tractor-trailer rig, said Tela Mange, spokes woman for the Texas Department of Public Safety. Mange said police reported that the boy and his father were being transported by an immi grant smuggler, who stopped in Dallas and asked for $2,000. When he found out they could not pay, he got into a scuffle with the father and drove away with the boy, Mange said. The teen was wearing a blue polo-style shirt and baggy jeans. He has short, black hair and brown eyes. He is 5-feet-8 and weighs 120 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call Dallas police at 214-671-4268. ? T ? 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