The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 24, 1985, Image 8

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Battalion Classifieds FOR RENT LOST AND FOUND ! A; casa ' 6el sol PRELEASING SUMMER & FALL 2 Blocks from Campus Church across the street* 2 blocks from stores* 2 blocks from nite life on University Pool Jacuzzi Large Party Room Basketball Goals On Premise Security On Premise Maintenance Open 7 days a week Mon.-Sat. 8:30-5:30 Sun. 1:00-5:00 401 Stasney College Station 696-3455 Beautiful 3 bdrm., 1 bath home. $475/mo. 778-0089 or 693-1322. Big yard. 13t9/25 Brand new 3 bdrm., 2 bath brick home. $550./mo. 778- 0089, 693-1322. 13t9/25 HELP WANTED Crusieship Hiring Data. Phone 707-778-1066 for di rectory and information. 10t9/30 HELP WANTED \ggiessi\e and etitluoiaslic person to work on phones lire da\s a week. Hours live to eight. Phone 7>M-!r»2K. ask lot Shttron. I 111! 26 Now hiring for: CREW/ALL SHIFTS * Flexible Hours * Meal Discounts LATE NIGHT CLOSING TEAMS * 11 p.m.-6 a.m. DINING ROOM HOSTESSES Apply in Person 2-5 p.m. weekdays 3216 Texas Ave./Bryan 202 Southwest Pkwy./College Station 1519/25 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 FALL WEED ALLERGIC STUDENTS If you are male, 18 years of age or older, and have al lergy symptoms in the fall, you are needed to participate in a 16 day allergy medication study. $200 incentive for those chosen to participate. For more information call 776-0411 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 Bryan-College Station Eagle WEEKEND Telephone Sales. Flexible shifts on Fri day, Saturday, and Sunday. Work around home football games. Great commissions! Call Lizz Clark. 779-2345. 1419/24 Account Representative General Motors Acceptance Corp. Challenging & diversified maxi mum opportunity to advance ex cellent benefits. Apply 4103 South Texas Avenue, Bryan. An Equal OpportunityEmployer. M/F. 1419/26 The Houston Chronicle is taking applications for carriers, on imme diate route openings. Earn $400. to $700. per month plus transpor tation allowance. Please call Ju lian at 693-2323 or Andy at 693- 7815. 719/18 Afternoon help needed at nursery school. 12-5:30, M- F. 846-5571. 13t9/25 Landscaping work, $4.25. Flexible hours. Brazos Ven tures. 846-6060. 7t9/24 Brazos Beverage now hiring part time route helpers. All dav M.,T..T..F. Apply in person, 505 Hwv. 2818. 12t9/24 Part-time Computer Operator. 10-15 hours per week. Prefer J uniors or Seniors, all majors. No experience necessary. Send resume to Don Lawrence, P.O. Box 6500, Bryan, Texas 77802. 7t9/24 Part time evening cook. Grill and fryer experience nec essary. Pay is commensurate with experience. Apply 1- 2 p.m. Monday thru Friday at Ft. Shiloh. 2528 Texas Ave. inC.S. 12t9/30 Salespeople needed for outdoor advertising sales. Highest commissions paid. Work own hours. Sales ex perience preferred. Salient Advertising Corporation. 775-7885. 12t9/24 Wanted: We need drivers so we can deliver our pizza within 30 minutes. If you are 18 years or older and own a car come by' Chanello’s. Cash paid nightly. 20% com- msission guaranteed at least $3.75/hr. Good drivers can earn $8.-$9./hr. Apply in person. 8t9/25 Casino's Pizza needs drivers and inside help for all shifts. Starting at $3.50/hr. plus commission for driv ers, $3.75/hr. for inside help. Call 696-9669 or come by 2314 S. Texas Ave. 12t9/24 \ccdcd Pan-iiine employee lor maintenance ndd/johs and Hanoi work. I lours flexible. $5. hr. Ph. 000MHill)f3 Guitar teacher part time. 764-0006. Keyboard Center, Post Oak Mall. 7t9/tfn BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY $10.-$:*(>(). wfckly/up. Mailing cimilai's! No <|tiotas! Si»iccrt*!\ interested rusli self-addressed envelo|>e: Suo tess. 1\<). Box 47(K:F.(;. Woodstoek. II. 00008. It0/27 ALL INTERNATIONAL students. We buy your country’s products. Come by Evergreen Imports Inc. 505 University Drive E. Next to Interurban. I6t9/30 wanted CASH for gold, silver, old coins, diamonds Full Jewelry Repair Large Stock of Diamonds Gold Chains TEXAS COIN EXCHANGE 404 University Dr. 846-8916 3202-A Texas Ave. {across from El Chico,Bryan) 779-7662 BASEBALL CARDS TO BUY. 764-7983. 10t9/27 SPECIAL NOTICE WE THE PEOPLE A no-nonsense newsletter on controversial current events. Each issue will detail a single topic, providing behind-the- scenes background information on specific popular events not available from any other source. For a free copy of the first issue: Myth or Menace, please send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Wm. H. Clark, P.O. Box 9677, College Station Tx. 77840. 1419/24 There will be no parking on the lot know as the mud lot. This will only be for a short period. Any cars that are there after 6a.m., September 24, 1985, shall be towed away at the owners expense. 1519/27 Defensive driving. Insurance discount, ticket deferral, call: 8a.m.- 5p.m. Mon-Fri. 693-1322. 13tl2/18 I nst: Onr gold ( liain with medallions. I hursdax night around I rc chousc pool. Reward. IMeaseeall 82.W-§(18sl."> ROOMMATE WANTED Female roommate wanted to share 2 'bedroom apt. Rent $132.50 month and half of all bills. Call Kathy at 696-2510. 13t9/25 SERVICES l BOOKKEEPER, S ; ACCOUNTANT § : WANTED - • Acctt. Receivable & • 5 Payable, Payroll, J ■ General Ledger. ■ ■ Must have 2 years ■ ■ bookkeeping experience ■ ■ or college degree. ■ ■ Call for Interview. ■ ■ 823-0088 ■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•a Planning a party? Plan to use the Disc Jockey Party Service. Special fall rate $37.50 an hour for profes sional music and D.J. Call DAVID- Kiel 846-1838. Ref: by Jay Norris. 119'13 ON THE DOUBLE All kinds of typing at reasonable rates. Dissertations, theses, term papers, resumes. Typing and copying at one stop. ON THE DOUBLE 331 University Drive. 846-3755. 9itin AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING Home football games - Kyle Field. Call Alan Taylor (713)721-6290. Derry Air, Inc., Houston, Texas. ^3,30 HOME COOKED DINNERS Choose from 2-3 main courses Monday-Friday 5-7 Phone: 696-2381 1-5 1119/26 Professional Academic Typist/Word Processor. $1.25/ ds/page; Volume rates. 764-6600. 7t9/24 Expert Typing, Word Processing, Resumes. All work error free. PERFECT PRINT. 822-1430. 10tl2/6 Word processing: large or small. ABEL SERVICE. 100 W. Brookside. 846-2235. 12t9/20 Educational Editing. Professional editing and prool- reading. I’h.l). degree. 12+ sears professional ex|xit- ente. 764-7937. lt«l/30 Word Processing. Call Cindy. 779-4935. 10tlO/4 Typing for theses, dissertations, term papers. Will transcribe dictation. Reasonable rates. 693-159812t 10/8 Letter <|iialit\ wind processing. Wits pas tnore? 81.50 page. 696-9149. 1419 26 Plumbing repairs, small, large jobs. Licensed, afforda ble. 823-7723. 779-6197. 9t9/26 LESBIAN support group. Gay and Bisexual women. Thursday. 764-8310. 16t9/24 FOR SALE Buy • Sell • Trade Top cash money for good used furniture. Furniture Liquidation Mart, Pooh’s Park. M - S. 10 - 6. 693-3742. Mini-Card calculator. Does basic calculator functions, plus much more. ONLY $3.99. 823-7804 after 516t9/27 Raleigh Gran-Sport 10 speed bicycle w/extras for sale. Call Jimmy 764-8613. 16t9/26 For Sale 14x80 1982 Skyline. $300./mo. payments OR buy for $16,000. After5p.m. 779-2310. 16t9/30 TRIUMPH TR7, 1977. A/C, AM/FM Stero, low mile age, 5-Speed. $3395. Call Scott 260-4959. 12t9/27 IBM-PC owners: Increase your power with 8087 nu meric coprocessor. Installed and tested. $100. 268- 5878. 13t9/25 AKC Cocker Puppies. Champion lines. Adorable rare black. 409-693-1322. 13t9/25 1966 Ford Mustang. Candy apple red, black interior. Excellent condition. Call 260-2150. Ht9/27 Rug 6x9.825.00. i at pet 6x7 .829.09 - 696-3056. 1 4t9 2 I 1982 Chevy Camaro Z28. 30,000 miles. Like new. 822- 7153 evenings. 12t9/24 '84 Chevy pick-up camper, tape stereo, 846-4060.+ 9/27 '77 Kawasaki K-Z400, excellent condition, new paint, seat and tire, $575, 268-0902. 15 + 9/27 Yamaha '82SECA400. Good condition. 268-0805 eve nings. 12t9/24 don’t read this our readers are curious people. tell them about yourself, advertise in at ease 845-2611 Page 8/The BattalionT'uesday, September 24, 1985 TCU football alum says former coach created slush fund Associated Press FORT WORTH — A Texas Christian University booster says former TCU football coach F.A. Dry approached him about setting up a slush fund of $7,500 a month for players, according to a published re port. Morris “Snake” Bailey, a financial contributor to the football program and member of the TCU Sports Hall of Fame, said he was approached by Dry about setting up such a fund in 1980, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Monday. Six football players have been suspended form the TCU team for ac cepting payments, a violation of NCAA rules. TCU coach Jim Wacker suspended the six players Thursday night, after learning they had received cash payments from 1'CU hooters. The players were Kenneth Davis, an All American tailback, Egypt Allen, Gary Spann, Gearld Taylor, Darron Turner and Mhrvin Foster. Davis finished fifth in Heisman Trophy voting last season and was ex pected to be considered again his senior year. Unidentifed sources with ties to TCU’s athletic department told the Star-Telegram that Dry and his staff initiated the idea of a slush fund for players, but Dry has denied the allegations. “That’s totally a fabrication,” said Dry, who is now offensive line coach at Baylor. “I can’t confirm the activ ities of someone else, but this looks like somebody is trying to get at me or use me to cover something up.” Bailey said he was angered by a news story in which Dry said he was not involved in any cash payments to his TCU players. “I was going to call the (TCU) chancellor (William Tucker) on Monday,” Bailey said from his Am arillo home. “I wanted to come to Fort Worth, if Bill Tucker wanted me to, and have a news conference and tell everything, that F.A. Dry l r and (former TCU assistant coach Former 1 CU Coach F.A. Dry Bob) Junco started the whole thing at TCU, and you can put that in the headlines,” Bailey said from his Amarillo home. “He wanted to know if I would put together a slush fund of $7,500 a month,” Bailey said. “That’s $90,000 a year, cash.” Bailey saia he told Dry that “I wouldn’t even do that for my wife.” Bailey refused to say who did start the slush fund or if he was a contribu tor to it. Fort Worth oilman Dick Lowe has acknowledged that he made pay ments to the players. Bailey defended Lowe. “I’d like to see the people get off Lowe’s case,” Bailey said. “All Lowe was trying to do was help F.A. Dry. He wouldn’t do that again. And if (Baylor football coach) Grant Teaff is the type of guy he professes to be, he’ll fire F.A. Dry (on) Monday, because Dry is the one that started all this at TCU.” The unidentified source said the slush fund was initiated by Dry and his staff in 1980 and was operated by alumni until 1983, when Dry was replaced by Wacker. The six players suspended by Wacker had been receiving cash payments before Wacker’s arrival and continued to receive payments. Wacker said he did not know about the payments until last week. Dry said Sunday night he knew nothing about the slush fund. He den ied any ties to Bailey. “I never had any dealings with ‘Snake’ Bailey,” Dry said. “I don’t know what he’s talking about. If he’s trying to use me to cover up activities that have happened at TCU, then he’s completely and totally in error.” Junco, now an assistant coach at Pittsburgh, also denied Bailey’s charge late Sunday evening. “I don’t know anything about it (the slush fund),” Junco said. “If he has an ax to grind with F.A., fine. But I don’t know anything about a slush fund at all.” Junco said he recalled only one brief meeting with Bailey, when the Horned Frogs were in Lubbock for a football game against Texas Tech. “I don’t even really know the man,” Junco said. “I just knew him to say, ‘hi.’ That’s all.” Dry said he also had very few dealings with Bailey, a standout on Horned Frog football teams from 1946 to 1950. “I’ve just not had that many conversations with the man," Dry said. “1 didn’t have enough contact to be his friend or enemy. I don’t know why he’d attack me. “This is the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard of for a man I’ve only seen four times, maybe five, and never had a conversation with concerning the recruiting of athletes. This man must be dreaming up thisjunk.” Problem Pregnancy? we listen, we care, we help Free pregnancy tests concerned counselors Brazos Valley Crisis Pregnancy Service] We re local! 1301 Memorial Dr. 24 hr. 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