The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 12, 1982, Image 15

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'age 14 sports Battalion/Page 15 February 12, 1982 )e held Mi in Norm try to ig’s fom itional to® Slamming SMU back to Dallas Texas A&M guard Reggie Roberts puts in a dunk during the second half of the Aggies’ victory over the Mustangs Wednesday night in G. Rollie White Coliseum. SMU’s en’s golf team sixth tfter tourney’s first day Oklahoma State lias taken a ■stroke lead, thanks to Willie poods’ 5-under-par 67, in the annual Pan American Uni- [ersity International College jolf Tournament. Texas A&M finished first-day action tied for ixthwith Brigham Young Uni- fersityi'with both teams posting 1292. The tournament, which ipened Thursday, continues to- lay through Saturday. Woods was one stroke off the lace set by medalist Andrew McGee of Oklahoma as 10 of contestants from the 20 earns entered in the 54-hole ournament shot below par. No Aggie golfers finished the day’s action in the top 10. Also posting sub-par rounds were Jim Wilson of Oral Roberts, 68; Granville Chamb- lee of Texas, 69; Steve Keppler of Florida State, 69; Tommy Moore of Oklahoma State, 70; Jeff Cumbe of Oral Roberts, 70; Mike Keymonth of Florida State, 70; Gregg Aune of Texas, 70; and Rick Fehr of Brigham Young, 70. Oklahoma State posted a 282, followed by Oral Roberts at 283. Texas and Florida State were tied at 286 while Oklahoma completed the top five with a 291. Come Join Us For Happy Hour!! qq 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Daily yy$ Pitchers of Lowenbrau and Miller Lite 990 Orders of Nachos at ALFREDO’S TACOS AL CARBON 509 University Dr. [xjORTHGATE 846-3824 TANK MCNAMARA by Jeff Millar & Bill Hinds TUE SECTION IS> ACT0AU.T GOING TO PRINT ~ TM&£CDPE<=, op A WOMENS , &A9>KET£ALL GAME ? t)y r WMEH'b 0|fk-*frBAU_ CnftcH MT PEPENPS* ON BOW MUCH SFAce TPE BELGIAN QOOCEf? LEAGUE RE4HJLTG TARE. r Tell THE GRIG TO KEEP me SCORE UNPER IOO ptuNTS*. THE &R3RT& EPITOR EA1P MC* NOT GOING lb WAVE fOOM POR MORE: TUAN TWO PIGU3- A&M to host volleyball tournament in G. Rollie Texas A&M University wall host the sixth annual A&M Valentine Open volleyball tour nament Saturday in G. Rollie White Coliseum. The tourney will feature 26 women’s teams and 24 men’s teams from around the state, in cluding several from Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio. The competition begins at 8 in the morning, with the finals scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday night. The teams will be split into AA and A classifications. The AA group will be made up of the top teams in the state, while the A class will include teams only in the competition for fun. There will also be a “power pool” with the top four teams in the state. The Texas A&M men’s vol leyball team will be the number two seed in the tourney behind the Texas All-Stars. The Aggies will play at 9:15 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. The Texas A&M womem’s team will also compete in the tournament, and will play in a power pool as the number one seed. giiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiimiiimimiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimmiiiiiiiiimiiimniiiiiiiimiinmmiiiiiimiiimniiiiHmmiHiiimmmimmigi photo by Mark Peckham = John Addison (11) watches while the Aggies’ Tyren Naulls (20) trails the play. Young Conservatives of Texas 1982 State Convention FEBRUARY 19-20, 1982 Bradford Hotel — Austin, Texas | Featuring: § |! • Workshops, Luncheon, Awards Banquet, Parties, Hospitality Suites and more. j| • Confirmed speakers include: Congressmen Bill Archer, Jack Fields, Sam Hall, Tom S Loeffler, Sen. Walter Mergden, and others. j| • Students $40, non-students $50 (includes registration fee & meals). For information call: MARK HINKLE OR DAVID DUNCAN 846-1084 775-3746 ifiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiimimmmiiiimiiiiimiiiimiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmmiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimmmiiiiimiiiimmHiiiuinnnHmimimiiimfiiittmiiC Attention all Engineering Students... STUDENT ENGINEERS COUNCIL PRESENTS “CAREER DEVELOPMENT IN ENGINEERING” Feb. 17-18, 1982 9:30-5:00 MSC Room 212 & 224 Second Floor STUDENTS WILL TALK DIRECTLY TO COMPANY REPRE SENTATIVES ABOUT CAREER OPPORTUNITIES. 40 COMPANIES REPRESENTED GRAND OPENING! Come see Rafiel Septian, place kicker for the DALLAS COWBOYS! ‘drawing for a Free Key Membership ($500 value) to be given away immediately after ribbon cutting ceremonies. ‘drawing for a Free Student Membership ($150 value) to be given away immediately after ribbon cutting ceremonies, ‘drawing for a Free Float ($12.50 value) every 30 minutes from 12 noon-6 p.m. ‘Appearing in person from 4-6 p.m. — Rafiel Septian, place kicker for the Dallas Cowboys, who attributes a large degree of his most successful season to the use of a FLOAT TO RELAX tank. ‘GET A CLOSE INSPECTION OF OUR TANKS “FREE”. ‘SEE THE ONLY MAROON & WHITE FLOTATION TANK IN EXISTENCE TODAY! Sat. Feb. 14 12 noon ’till 6 p.m AGGIELAND FLOAT TO RELAX 505 University Drive East Suite #105 846-3622 Now open 7 days a week from 6 a.m. ’till 12 midnight. Come by, visit with us, and become familiar with floating in a relaxation tank. Float in 12 inches of saturated salt water, maintained at 93.5 degrees fahrenheit. This light, sound, and gravity free environment induces a state of profound mental, as well as physical relaxation. Floating enhances everything you do in a positive way — business, studies, sports, recreational activities, and your daily life. YOU will want to enroll in our SUPER MEMORY CLASSES, starting February 24. We will teach you a technique that you can apply to any profession or your studies. Apply for one of our special membership packages at our Grand Opening and receive a 20% discount. ★ REFRESHMENTS ★ Ribbon cutting ceremonies at 4 p.m. Sponsored by the B/CS Chamber of Commerce