The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 18, 1986, Image 11

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Tuesday, November 18, 1986/The Battalion/Page 11 TANK M C NAMARA® My it tug ma,vv / / Bur TMER£ 1 MiOMT 0G RE^kJTMEKJT. by Jeff Millar & Bill Hinds X tW'T KSiOUJ IP ALLOWJIN]0 AK) ENi^iGM JU^TOUTOETAG ACAPENAV to PLAY PRO football IS> 0OOP POP morale: op sap fop mopaul . ICAA will delay action on SMU ■ DALLAS (AP) — An NCAA com- miitee agreed Monday to postpone action on Southern Methodist’s ap- “tal of last year’s restrictions on its Jtball scholarships after the uni- rsity asked for a delay, saying any iction now could be embarrassing. JSMU issued a statement saying Athletic Director Bob Hitch and fac ulty representative Lonnie Kliever requested the postponement before tht NCAA Committee on Infrac tions Monday in Kansas City, Mo. The committee voted unanimously to postpone the appeal. ■reSMU said Kliever asked the panel to| “postpone action on the appeal until the current charges of continu ing violations of NCAA regulations inlthe SMU football program are fully investigated and finally re solved.” diever said the appeal still de ni the l e Tint id plan irticipai ‘tition 2 ?s beste indav ame n ?rs for es over ) win > N > S I N N N Zzzzzzzzzz Looking For The Perfect Gift... Sterling Silver Jewelry Open House Rings, Necklaces, Earrings, Bracelets, etc. Wednesday, Nov. 19 5:00-7:00 pm U Treehouse Village Apt. 401 ™ For more info, call Stacey 693-7455 . lern 12 of had'® iey re[ Francis for II irnovei ,’fourf ssed i I zone IF ONE STARTS LIFTING A BULL CALF WHEN IT IS FIRST BORN AND DOES THIS EACH DAY OF HIS LIFE, HE WILL STILL BE ABLE TO LIFT THE SAME BULL WHEN IT WIEGHS 2,000 OUNDS. FACT: AT'S A LOT OF BULL; HOW EVER, YOU CAN GET A QUAR- ningbftER POUND ALL MEAT FRANK ppeare For ONLY .89tf AT RUMOURS siniii Snack bar. D m 9 °: UMCURJi Monday-Friday 00 to 3:30 Behind The MSC Post Office irnmnirmniuinninifiminnifiininiifi AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS Specializing in STANDARD and AUTOMATIC trans- lissions, CLUTCH, adjustments, and replacements kith foreign and domestic) 1215 Tx. Ave. [at the bend in Tx. Ave.) | Bryan 779-2626 Jnder New Ownership | = imiimiiiimnumimniiiiiUHiiillHlIHiC ill Battalion Classified 845-2611 [ serves consideration on its own mer its. “However, in the present climate of serious allegations and doubts about the integrity of the SMU foot ball program, the institution would be further embarrassed to pursue the appeal at this time,” Kliever told the NCAA panel. Last week, former SMU line backer David Stanley said in a tele vision interview that he got $25,000 to play for the Mustangs when he joined in 1983 and continued to get payments of $750 a month even af ter the school was placed on proba tion last year. Hitch and other athletic officials have denied the allegations, but SMU President L. Donald Shields has said he will call a special board of governors meeting to discuss a plan of action. If Stanley’s claims prove true, SMU could lose its football program for two years under the NCAA’s so- called “death penalty” adopted last year. Last year’s sanctions against SMU were levied because of cash pay ments to players by boosters and other NCAA violations. The school was banned from offering any schol arships during the first year of a three-year period and limited to only 15 out of an allowable 30 schol arships the second year. On Sept. 1, SMU submitted an ap peal to the NCAA committee for limited relief from the scholarship restrictions for the 1987-88 aca demic year. In Kansas City, Hitch confirmed he met with NCAA officials but would not comment on the meeting. MSC • TOWN • HALL Presents THE RETURN OF THE JUDY’S MOO 8:00-11:00 Nov. 21 at Deware Fieldhouse Tickets $4. 00 at MSC BOX OFFICE Battalion Classified 845-2611 WHEN IS THE RIGHT TIME TO CALL YOUR GRANDPARENTS? a) Five minutes into “The Lawrence Welk Show’.’ j " " ' ' = ■- , , .... .. . b) About a week before your birthday. c) When you just want to tell them you miss them, and that you ate the last of Grandma’s chocolate-chip cookies this morning. There's nothing grandparents like better than a call from a grandchild in college. But if you do accidentally happen to interrupt Lawrence, you ought to have something worth telling them. For example, you could mention that you called using AT&T Long Distance Service because you can depend on AT&T's high quality service and exceptional value. And then you can tell them that AT&T gives you immediate credit if you dial a wrong number. And that you can count on AT&T for clear long distance connections. Finally, of course, ^ you should quickly reassure them that you're eating enough, then let them hurry back to the TV to catch the rest of the Lennon Sisters' Blue Oyster Cult Medley. AT&T The right choice © 1986 AT&T © AMERICAN GREETINGS CORP