The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 14, 1980, Image 10

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Page 10 THE BATTALION TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1980 Student Floral Concessions is selling DIETING? Sports TAJ Aggie Mums A tradition for nearly 40 years! on sale in MSC: Tues.-Fri. 9:00-4:00 Free Corp delivery Even though we do not prescribe diets, we make it possible for many to enjoy a nutritious meal while they follow their doctors orders. You will be delighted with the wide selection of low calorie, sugar free and fat free foods in the Souper Salad Area, Sbisa Dining Center Basement. Netters improve in tourne S>INCE 4 T07V- Corp personnel please buy from dorm representative. OPEN 403 VILLA MARIA * BRYAN, TEXAS * (713)775-4775 Super Spuds Salads BORING SPUD Regular Baked Potato - Hot & fluffy with butter $.89 SUPER SPUD Stuffed with cheese, butter, bacos, chives, & sour cream $1.49 WESTERN SPUD Stuffed with smoked ham, butter, cheese, sour cream, chives & our Special Sauce .... $1.99 TEXAN SPUD Our own special chill served in a piping hot potato topped off with Cheddar cheese, chives & chips 1.99 ITALIAN SPUD If you like pizza, this is the one for you. Cheese, sauce, black olives, sour cream, & chives $1.89 MEXICAN SPUD Served with refried beans, chili con queso, tostados and jalapenos $1.89 Trip to our salad bar with fresh vegetables, fruits, and cheese, Fix-’em-your way, over 20 items, big or small $.14 an oz. max $2.49 Nacho’s REGULAR NACHO’S Served with chili con queso, chips, and topped with jalapenos.. $.99 BEAN NACHO’S Our spicy beans served with the regular nacho’s $1.19 CHILI NACHO’S Our chili served with chips and topped off with chili con queso and jalapenos $1.39 "SUPER NACHO’S A meal for two. Beans, guacamole, chili con queso, jalapenos, chips, lettuce and tomatoes topped with cheese $2.29 "WHAMIE” Smoked ham covered with snappy Cheddar cheese and jalapenos toppsed off with chili con queso and chives $1.99 Super Sandwiches BEEF STROGANOFF SPUD Served piping hot with tender roast beef, mush rooms, delicious gravy, topped with sour cream and chives $2.19 STEAK 'N SPUD Tender pieces of beef smothered with our own country cream gravy $2.59 BEEF 'N SPUD Our own juicy meat smothered in natural brown gravy $2.49 HOBO Smoked ham marinated in a special sauce with snappy Cheddar served on a hot french bread Drinks $1.59 w/Super Fries $.20 Extra SUPER STEAK SANDWICH Our own tender beef fried to perfection served on a bun with lettuce and sauce w/Super Fries $1.89 COUNTRY STEAK SANDWICH Tender beef fried to perfection served open faced. Smothered with our own country cream gravy and super fries $2.39 SUPER FRIES $.49 Coke, Dr. Pepper, Sprite, Diet-Dr. Pepper .. $.50 Coffee $.35 Tea (Brewed Fresh) $.40 Beer glass - $.75 Kosher Pickles $.12 OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 11:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Phone Orders — Feet pick-up 775-4775 DESSERT Giant Cookie $.35 Monday through Friday 10:45 AM-1:45 PM QUALITY FIRST ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ By RICK STOLLE Battalion Stall Texas A&M tennis has come a long way from the days the team was the doormat of the conference. The team went to San Antonio to compete in the McFarland Open and came away with a respectable showing. The Ags had two men reach the quarterfinals, two men’s doubles teams got to the semifinals and two women’s doubles teams reach the semifinals. One women’s team play ed a three-hour marathon match with the eventual winners of the women’s doubles division. Reid Freeman got to the quarter finals by defeating Raymond Berkley ofTrinity University, 6-0, 6-2; Byron Yarborough of Centenary Universi ty, 6-2, 6-2 and Kreg Yingst also of Trinity, 1-6, 6-3,6-4. He lost in the quarterfinals to Tom Warneke of Trinity 5-7, 6-4, 6-1. “It was a tough tournament,” said Freeman. “Everybody there were solid players and we played hard to do well." Trey Schutz also reached the quar ters by receiving a bye in the first round and beating Mike Mitchell of Trinity, 5-7, 6-1, 6-3 and Lee Mery, coach of the University of Houston, 7-5, 6-7, 6-1. He lost to top-seeded Carl Rickter of Texas Christian Uni versity 6-3, 6-4. “We did very well,” said Schutz. “We did not get shown up by any body like we have in other years. This is the first year we have really held our own at this tournament.” He said the Aggies played the role of spoilers by defeating many players who were ranked higher. The women played well for the tournament with all nine of the girls who went winning in the first round. “We need to work on our singles, though,” said Jan Cannon, women s coach. “We played excellent doubles but were disappointed with our sing les because we did not have anybody go much further afterwinnt first round.” Terri Nuetze lost tod Pam Hill and Liliana Fei Amy Gloss to narrow theAgj of going further in the ti “It was a very unf tion,” said Cannon, liliani Amy in a good, hard matckV 1 6-2. We feel that it k ^ chances by both losing Amj ing Liliana.” Femandezlost! match to Mary Sasseroftlie| sity of Texas 7-6, 2-6,7-5. Pam Hill and Liliana Fi played tough but were the number two Trinity t* gy Morris-Louise Almei semifinals 6-3, 6-7, 6-3. “It was a big, quality touraj said Cannon. “Wegotalotoj ence this weekend but we lot of work." In only fc l&M’s 1980 i -K f * * * * * * * * f * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * I C FVe-Med/Dent Society. ra\ Mee-hna-. Q General Dr "Eruan u3\l\, Tu«4. Oc.+. IS* ISO ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ 91 If j||lidpoint. V ball teaC'chinJ i i a iiP or b ears places By MIKE ® Just coach Terry Condon thoudji? r< - cort the situation figured out, it ..J u e ’ burst and it’s back to tbf j urL J m u i . • ukc that ; board time. . jamst the w; I tie young women in r 1 ® 5 ” just pul B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION Vice-Consul Tzion Evrony from Israel will speak on October 15 8 p.m. Israel's Quest for Peace' Open to the Public JEWISH STUDENT CENTER 800 Jersey, C.S. yOu.. 8 wunicuuu 1 ^ Hut thaj died even in the w luchassom( umns after their first 1* us first time m over a yeartbjg edthatv women svolleyball team 1 nd , wel] to the .500 mark. Condor w i • rived in Agjrieland vial’CLl derstandab August, had worked for)Ui le wee jjj months on finding a windjB a _ s t j lc | bination, and after a third;^ ur s jt ua tj t ish in the Lamar Invitab u nt jj ^ j thought she’d found hersfigj not been But then came the He robjem jsj ai vitational. After the Beau®jB ec j t b e pi ney, Condon talked excite £ ) n anc j tbe a playing what she called so amest Jacks country’s top teams in Hcc y a p| c games fortunately, if her assessnK However, correct, Texas A&M is not jme far mo country’s top teams, at Q uarterbacks the moment. ird hit. Seni The Aggies were stieli^offense si Hoffheinz pavillion this ’ like Mosley finishing a paltry twelfth ol jt for at least her team won only onftjury. If it t matches, Condon could i: roken, he’d she’d rather forget tk iason. weekend. And to top thinf ’That in it Aggies came back Sunda; dough. But n only their second homemat'X) percent season, and you guessed mior was s } lost, this time to Texas Ted;ing slammi “We just screwed up^ougar defe Sophomore setter Anne xylor. Wilsor said. “Everyone was just QgT led. We played rea some teams and really lousvl others. J “I guess we didn’t haveii| to win, Yardley said. Weill certain point and just give«[! just roll over and die. ] The Aggies, now 9-13 onli next play North Texas Stl Texas Women’s University! nton Tuesday. According toj nach, the two games sh what the teams need. “If we lose to them, we« cash in our chips,” she said beaten both of these teams and should be able to do it Wednesday, the Ags travel stin for a meeting with ghoms. NT YOU NEED A FRIEND In the Photo Business ,o with Electronic Flash T-20 tym&.'t' *■ Bust loose with Cuervo Gold. Dash it on the rocks and add a splash of grapefruit. Miur mouth’s been waiting for it all week. CERTIFKD rHOTOGRAFHlC 9 COUNSfUOK CAMPUS UUCTC CENTER ■NC. We are YOUR FRIEND in the Photo Business Northgate 401 University Dr. 846-5418 M D