The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 04, 1977, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1977 Sports Ags hopeful at indoor championshi Ui iW Y< nbreni By PAUL MCGRATH The finals of the Southwest Con ference indoor track championships are only a few hours away with a short-handed Texas A&M squad hoping to improve its sixth place finish of last year. This is the fourth annual get to gether of the SWC in the confines of the Tarrant County Convention Center. After successive wins by 3-C CORRAL Texas the first two years, Baylor won the indoor title narrowly over the Longhorns in the 1976 meet. The Convention Center’s wooden track is 160 yards in circumference, thus calling for 11-lap miles. The preliminaries got underway at 2 this afternoon and the finals are scheduled to begin at 7:30 tonight. The Aggies will be without their top quarter miler, Gregory “Greyhound” Clark, and might also be without shot putter Frank West THE BEST BAR-B-Q IN TOWN! Chicken-Fried Steak and Salad Bar $2.75 1808 BARAK LANE (East of 29th St.) BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES One day 10c per word Minimum charge — $1.00 Classified Display $1.65 per column inch each insertion ALL classified ads must be pre-paid. DEADLINE 3 p.m. day before publication SPECIAL NOTICE > “SPRING AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS" Deadline — March 1, 1977 Application forms for Spring Awards Pro gram may be obtained from the Student Financial Aid Office, Room 310, YMCA Building. All applications must be filed with the Student Financial Aid Office not later than 5:00 p.m., March 1, 1977. Late applications will not be accepted. 67tl7 Weight Watchers has an exciting new program. College Station class meets Thursdays, 6:30 p.m., Hillel Foundation, 800 Jersey Street. For further information call 822-7303. 67U6 Service For All Chrysler Corp. Cars Body Work — Painting HALSELL MOTOR COMPANY INC. Dodge Sales and Service Since 1922 1411 Texas Ave. — 823-8111 ATTENTION MAY GRADUATES! You may begin ordering your Graduation An nouncements January 17th thru February 18th in the Student Finance Center, Room 217, MSC, from 8:00 to 4:00, Monday thru Friday. 58t21 FOR RENT THE LA SALLE a resident hotel Faculty, Staff, Post-Grads, Stu dents. A quiet, dignified place to live & study. Rooms and Rooms With Board Monthly Basis La Salle Hotel 120 SOUTH MAIN BRYAN 713/822-1501 Attention Married Couples. One and two bedroom, furnished or unfurnished apartments. Ready for occupancy. 1-1V4 miles south of campus. Lake for fishing. Washateria on grounds. Country atmos phere. Call D. R. Cain Co. 693-8850, or after 5, 846-8145 or 693-1818. fi4tfn Rooms available for students at Aggie Hall. 1502 S. Texas. 693-9891 stfn New duplex, Southwood Valley. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, unfurnished. $215 plus electricity. 845- 7420 or 693-2304. g6t4 For Battalion Classified Call 845-2611 ALLEN Oldsmobile Cadillac SALES - SERVICE "Where satisfaction is standard equipment” 2401 Texas Ave. 823-8002 FOR SALE HELP WANTED Need someone with good credit to assume low balance on like new 1976 organ. Has drums, cymbals, guitar, automatic rythm, automatic bass, magic fingers, two keyboards, ped als, beautiful church organ sound, and all extras. Must have good cred it. Call Mr. Mills, person-to-person collect at 512-282-2256. 65t7 Attention NAVIGATORS! 1970 Pontiac Tempest — needs good home; faithful student transporta tion; automatic; clean, good tires; very economical — 16-21 m.p.g. $1,000; 700 Cherry 846-6981. 69t2 A RARE FLYING OPPORTUNITY FOR QUALIFIED AIR FORCE NAVIGATORS “BASEMENT SALE” Everyday bargains, used furniture, tables, chairs, chest-o-cedar, pie safes, old trunks, some antiques, gas & wood stoves, 1,000’s of “iron things to hang" and more, everyone hurry. “EMPORIUM STATION” 608 South Bryan 66t2 Keep your present civilian job and enjoy good pay for part-time navigation. Immediate openings for several navigators. Call your Air Force Reserve Repre sentative today. Coachmen Travel Trailers, IIV2 ft. and up. Ideal for students tired of paying rent. Andersons. 106 Royall at South College, Bryan. 846-0992. 65t8 Call you r Air Force Reserve Representative. (512)g24-5186 TO: 433 tAW/RS Kelly AFB, Tx. 78241 Name:_^— Address:__— ___ City: „ State:— Zip:_ Phone:__ Or Mail Coupon Today! Prior Sen/ice— Date of Birth:. -(Yes) (No) 1974 Corvette — 28,800 miles, T-Top, loaded, $6600.00. And 1970 Ford Van Custom. Fully carpeted, 4 captain chairs. $2200.00. Call 779- 0758. 65t8 AIR FORCE RESERVE Your Local Air Force T.A.M. 65120 Line help and Waitresses. Hours: 5-9 p.m. 2 or 3 nights a week. Apply in person. 3-C Corral. 1808 Barak Lan e> Bryan. 5744 FOR SALE SALAD $10.50 served with 20 oz. sirloin steak (perfect for 2), baked potato or corn-on-the-cob and fresh loaf of bread. 3C Bar-B-Q 810 S. Main Open everyday but Monday 11-9 67tl EMTs, X-ray technologist, RN’s and LVN's. Grimes Memorial Hospital. Navasota. Contact J. Mahnke BN. 825-6585. 61t22 JOB OPPORTUNITIES ’75 Firebird, loaded, extra clean, 19,000 miles. 822-5025. 700 Lawrence. 67t4 ’73 Grand Prix, excellent condition, sun roof, cruise control, power windows, AM-FM, tape. 700 Lawrence 822-5025. 67t4 OVERSEAS JOBS-summer/year-round. Europe S. At^grica, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields, $50o_$1200 monthly. Expenses paid, sightseeing. Free inform.-Write: International ) 0 b Center, Dept TC Box 4490, Berkeley _ CA 94704. fiOfl 1 B/W portable television; classical guitar; elec tric typewriter; Best offer. 693-1080. 66t5 Senior Boots. 2 pair never worn. Sizes 10%, 9%. Made at Holicks. 713-433-3930. 68t6 Typing. Symbol 846-0360. 49t66 SENIOR BOOTS with covers. Good condi tion. Size 12C. Call 693-5580. 68t3 Typing. Experienced, fast, accurate All kinds. 822-0544. ' 51tl6 Men’s Schwinn Continental 10-speed. 1976 Model. 693-6587. 69t2 Full time ty^jng. Symbols. Call 823- 7723 - ’ 392tfh. 5 string banjo. Includes strap, case, new strings. 693-6587. 69t2 TYPING DONe. REASONABLE RATES. Call 693-8071. 65n0 No use driving and hunting — just see Cowan’s White Auto Store, Ndrtji Gate. We have it: auto parts, home appliances, bikes and repair, home needs and lawn mowers. Typing done af\ er 5:30. 693-0267 64t40 Professional Ty p jng Services. 707 University Drive. Locate^ next to University National Bank. Busine sS hours 9-5. Phone 846- 9109. 64ti9 One bedroom spacious apartment, sublease $245 month. Bus, near campus. 1601 Holle- man. 693-6716. 68t3 One bedroom efficiency. Private entrance. $85. Large two bedroom, furnished. All bills paid. New carpet, paneling. 107 Luther. $185. 846-0692. Need a dependable babysitter from 3:00 to 5:30 p.m. every school day for two school child ren at my home in the Oaks area, Bryan. Call 846-6010 be tween 6 and 9 p.m. Me14! — WOMEN! JOBS ON SlqpS! American. Foreign. No experience r gquired. Excellent pay. Worldwide t^vel. Summer job or career. Send $3.00 f 0 r information. SEAFAX, Dept. L-12, 0ox 2049, P 0 rt Angeles, W&shington §g362. 67t5 Furnished apartment. Good for 2 boys. % utilities paid. $100. Call 846-5132 after 6.69t7 Roommate needed to split new 2 bedroom duplex. Mostly him. $90 plus % bills. Call after 7, 693-1590. 70t4 EUROPE WfopLDWIDE. Academic dis counts year r Dv .nd. S.A.T.A. 4228 First, Tucker, GA 30()g4 (800) 241-9og2 59tll Two bedroom, fully furnished, central air. $97.50/month plus electricity. Call 693- 3170. 70t4 Reward for SI\_£0 calculator, if f OUI ,d call Glenn, 693-1363 IOun ^ Um AUTO INSURANCE Th^ Television FOR AGGIES: Shop Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group TV & RADIO SERVICE Zenitjj Sales and Services TV Rental 713 S. \Iain Bryan 822-2133 3400 S. College 823-8051 Two cap ride cheaper than one. A Putjlic Service erf Haoazine 4 and long jumper-sprinter Reggie Jameson, as the injury bug has begun biting early this season. Sprinters Chuck Butler and freshman Kent Figgs will compete despite recovering recently from illness and a leg strain respectively. Texas A&M Coach Charles Thomas and his assistant Ted Nel son readily admit that their squad has a chance to win the title, but their tone of voice hints that it is a slim one. The strengths of the Aggies, in such events as the discus and inter mediate hurdles, are stripped away in indoor competition—primarily because those events aren’t held in doors. The weaknesses of the Aggies are glaring, like Broadway’s neon lights. Texas A&M has no speed merchant to compete in the 60-yard dash and no healthy quarter milers to com pete in the 440-yard dash. The absence of quality sprinters, un common to A&M’s tradition for ob taining the state’s swiftest, will also damage Aggie chances in the 440- yard relay, mile, relay and distance medley relay. Another discouraging note is the up and down year the A&M high jumpers are having. If Ronnie Keys and Lynn Byrd can break up Baylor’s Kevin Delorey-Bill Wim- berley tandem A&M’s title chances will he greatly enhanced. Delorey was the indoor high jump champ and Wimberley the outdoor champ last year. With Jameson possibly gone, the Aggies will have only Shifton Baker to compete in the long jump, which will distract him from his usual chores running the hurdles. This is another event which should go Baylor’s way. The Aggies should do well in the shot put (with or without West) and Brad Blair should score high in the pole vault. Baker is a guaranteed point-getter in the 60-yard high hurdles and team captain Manfred Kohrs should fare well in the mile, although Rice’s Ken Tolbert and Marty Froelick, Houston’s Eric Lathrop and Arkansas’s O’Shaughnessey w jJi ^ competition. The middle distance rats 600, 880 and 1,000-yard runs also be a boon to the A*, such talent as Tony Whedei Vogt, Tommy Glass, Ji m Ron McGonigle and Kent Figgs available. (has h list bel j anym< | descri; bo over For th< jeball p show k Ikee ov shed w Bill et him As always there is a„ soup, as the middle distance also tend to Baylor’s si with premier quarter m Collins leading the way. The feature race of themed well he the 60-yard dasl Olympian Johnny "Lam ]o» |he on! Texas going head to heangglgg Houston’s Greg Edmonds, a fer from LSU who defeated the nation s top sprinters. burn’s Harvey Glance several^ ago. ow, ei son. V dand A -ed in ]y bar -m; ^HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO FEB.23-MAR.6 (BED?? RODEO IN THE ASTRODOME FEB. 25—MAR. 6 As ^ #5 A<**\ A***- 1# *0 TICKETS NOW ON SALE *»' WEEKENDS Reserved Seels (Frl-Sat-Sun) ARENA, MEZZ. & LOGES 5.50 Unreserved Seats (Upper level) 3.00 WEEKNIGHTS Reserved Seats ARENA 5.50 MEZZ. 5.50 & 4.50 Unreserved (logesS upper level)3.00 Pavilion Seats All Pertormsnces 2.00 Mail Orders: HOUSTON UVEST0CK SHOW & RODEO P. 0. Box 20070 Houston, Texas 77025 ASTRODOME Kirby Drive 9-5 seven days a week ALL 7 FOLEY’S TICKET CENTERS ade was som son’s n Nev THE FRESHMAN BAL FEB. 12, 1977 MSC BALLROOM 8:00 P.M. - 12:00 P.M. $5.00 A COUPLE TICKETS ON SALE IN MSC AT THE RUDDER BOX OFFICE IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO GET A DAI • Th, Political Forum Presents Attorney General Th lar tac for John Hill thi $1 $2 G. Rc Speaking On “The Corporate Outlaw” Monday, February 7th Rudder Tower, Room 601 12 noon, free admission Open Reception Following: 205 MSC 1:00 - 1:30 p.m.