The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 22, 1993, Image 8

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, ADVANCFn ATS CROUP TUTORING MON 3/22 TUr 3/23 WI I) 3/24 IIIIJ 3/23 SUN 3/2« MON 3/29 | (, It MATH 141 CH 7,1 - 7.3 MATH 150 MEEN 328 HOMEWORK ELEN 306 CH 5-6 5pm - 8pm ACCT 327 CH 12 - 13 ACCT 327 TEST REV 6pm - 9pi i It 10 ACCT 2402 CH 20-21 MATH 1324 CH 5 ACCT 2402 CH 22 ACCT 328 CH 18 ACCT 328 CH 19-23 ACCT 32 3 TEST REV 9pm - 12am 10 il ACCT 230 TEST REV 10pm - 1am ACCT 2401 CH - 12 MATH 1324 TEST REV MATH 1325 CH 14 MATH 1325 TEST REV r > - 7 MATH 141 CH 7.4 - 7.5 MATH 142 CH 6.3-6.5 ACCT 327 CH 7-8 7 io PHYS 208 CH 17 - 9pm MEEN 213 TE8T REV PART 1 MEEN 213 TEST REV PART 2 PHYS 208 CH 31 PHYS 202 CH 35 - 36 PHYS222 (SIC. §02) CH § IO 1 PHVi m CH 28 = 11 om PH¥§208 EH 29 PH¥§208 €H 10 PHY§202 CH 32 = 33 MEIN 212 H0MIW0RK #9 PH¥§ 208 (HU50N) CH 29 = 30 ■ fsl RHYS 201, 202, 208, 219, 222 ACCT 229, 230, 327, 328 ON NORTHCATE, BEHIND 7/11-2 PESOS ELEM 306 MEEN 212, 213, 327, 328 MATH 150, 141, 142 CALL 846-2879 » 846-2146 (TICKET OFFICE) C?#LLL‘E9^g‘ES ^CI9{g WOftf'E^C Of EHE O^lOfEfTlES: A EJMJEL E)ISCUSSI09t Monday March 22, 1993 7:00 pm 206 MSC ‘Jiejrestmeu Is u’ilt Be servedfoCCozoing the program Please support in the celebration of the National Women’s Month Sponsored by Department of Student Affairs’ Committee on Multicultural Awareness Page 8 The Battalion Monday, March 22,1993 Winder Continued from Page 7 He now wears a size nine. Steve Wilson's personal information is brought to you by Reebok. Reebok - we just can't wait to see what Nike does next." Fowler: "Wilson is really bat tling the old veteran. Here comes the 2-1 pitch, and Wilson swings and misses. He did have a good cut at it, though. That good cut was brought to you by Clearasil. Don't pop your zits, let Clearasil do it for you." Phillips: "Wilson last year had a record seven affairs with the wives of his teammates. Just last week he became a father for the fourth time when Mrs. Stan Ross gave birth to a bouncing baby girl. That little piece of in formation that could put Steve's life in danger was brought to you by the new cross-dressing Ken doll. Costume jewelry sold separately." Fowler: "Here comes the 2-2 pitch, and it's grounded up the middle, a single for Wilson. The first hit of the evening is spon sored by Polo. Just think, you're only paying $70 for a regular shirt with a horse on it. Next up for the Phillies is second base- man Wally Beoman." Phillips: "Beoman had a great year raising his lifetime average to .213. He signed a new con tract this year paying him $15 million over the next four years. Useless information about Wally Beoman was brought to you by Energizer batteries. If you don t buy from us, we'll be forced to make new commercials starring that rabbit." Fowler: "We're now being joined in the booth by Phillies owner Tom Dickerson. What's on your mind, boss man?" Dickerson: "Well Mike and Larry, I just can't afford you two anymore, so I'm going to have to fire you both." Fowler: "My and Larry's ter minations from the Phillies were brought to you by BASF. At BASF we don't make a lot of the products you buy. We make a lot of the products you buy can cerous." J m Me 1 I V H C< Opportunity T am JUi. JL hree words that turn a job into a gratifying career. And gratifying careers begin at Woodward- Clyde. 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Woodward-Clyde • Engineering & sciences applied to the earth & Its environment EOE/M/F/H/V Interviewing on campus Tuesday, April 6 Bill ‘Til tariti£f 3pm 5pm 7pm 9pm 11pm Monday 3/22 Tuesday 3/23 Wednesday 3/24 Thursday 3/25 Chemistry 102 Chapter 18 Chemistry 102 Chapter 20 Chemistry 102 Chapters 19 & 29 Chemistry 102 Practice Exam Chemistry 101 Chapter 7 k Chemistry 10: Practice Exair Physics 202 Chapter 33 Chemistry 102 Chapter 18 Chemistry 102 Chapter 20 Chemistry 102 Chapters 19 & 29 Chemistry 102 Practice Exam Chemistry 102 Chapter 18 Chemistry 102 Chapter 20 Chemistry 102 Chapters 19 & 29 Chemistry 102 Practice Exam Chemistry 101 Chapter 8 Chemistry lot Chapter 10 Physics 202 Chapter 32 Tickets will be on sale 3/22 from 12-2 pm AKFS# Acct230 Mon. 3/23,6 pm Math 152/161 Wed 3/24,10 pm 696-2286 Bana303, Mon.3/22,9pm Tue.3/23,7pm Wed.3/24,7pm Math 251 Tue. 3/23,5 pm Math 151 Mon. 3/22,3 pm Math 308 Tue. 3/22,10 pm - Chap. 7 (Dave’s) Math 141 Tue. 3/23 & Thun 3/25,11 pm - Chap. 7 - g ■!-■ . MEEN 213 Tue. 3/23,3 pm Review I Wed. 3/24,3 pm Review II Payton scores 27 as Seattle drops Rockets in Houston A&M takes team victory in home meet FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS Texas A&M Track and Field hosted A&M's annual College Station Relays this weekend, with men and women posting success es in similar events. A&M competed with J3 men's teams and 10 women's teams, with the A&M men's team taking home first place overall. Lee Pool set a meet record for A&M in the high jump, with a jump of 7 feet 3 inches, breaking the previous 7 foot 2 inch record set in 1988 by A&M's Pat Poteet. Vicky Garcia took the high jump for the women, with a 5-8 1/2 leap. Ty Sievin won the javelin went with a throw of 229-1, besting his mark of 228-6 made at the Border Olympics which qualified him for the NCAA Championships which will be held in June at New Orleans. In the women's javelin, Amy Pratt took her event, out-hurling her competition with a throw of 140-5. A&M's Richard Harrison came on strong in the second day of the decathlon, vaulting from third to first place, with Heath Brewer placing in the 12th spot for the Aggies. In the heptathlon, A&M's Kaleen Madden won first place, with Charlotta Randle and Jackie Newberry placing ninth and tenth, respectively, in the event. In the men'slSOO meter fast run, A&M's Scott Garvin took first in the heat with a time of 3:52.09. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOUSTON - NBA teams with problems playing the Hous ton Rockets should talk to the Seattle SuperSonics — they've beaten them six straight times. Gary Payton scored 27 points, including eight in the fourth quar ter to squelch a Houston rally, as the SuperSonics beat the Rockets 100-89 Sunday night. It was Seat tle's 16th victory in its last 19 games. Houston lost for the second time after Portland snapped its 15-game winning streak on Fri day night. The Sonics were confident from the opening tip. "I felt we could win because they're so tentative," Nate McMil- lian said. "Their guards were real nervous against our traps. Our pressure caused a lot of problems for them. They don't protect the ball very well." Houton guard Kenny Smith scored six points and Vernon Maxwell had 14. The Sonics beat the Rockets without starting forward Shawn Kemp, who played only five min utes because of the flu. Derrick McKey also was sidelined with a contusion on his right thigh. It didn't matter. The Rockets used a 16-2 run early in the fourth quarter to cut the lead to three points, but the Sonics never lost the lead. "We knew the other players were hesitant to shoot, so we fo cused all our attention on Ha keem," Payton said. "We didn't want him to take any uncontested shots." Olajuwon still scored 32 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the Rockets. "We had .open shots and m wouldn't take them," Rockets coach Rudy Tomjanovich said, "That happened the other night (in Portland). It kills our system when we pass up open shots and pass to a guy that's covered." Seattle led comfortably through most of the game and took a 79-64 lead into the fourth quarter before the Rockets made their only serious challenge, Houston scored the final basket of the third quarter to start a 16-2 run that cut the deficit to 81-78 with 6:34 left in the game. That was as close as they got, "I think Seattle is one of the toughest teams for us to play," Tomjanovich said. "They got us out of our structured pattern, They came in here and convinc ingly beat us. Their defense sets up their offense." Seattle used an 8-0 surge early in the first quarter, including two baskets by Sam Perkins, to take 4 14-6 lead, and they never trailed again, moving to a 61-45 halftime lead. The Sonics used another 6-0 charge over a 3:30 span in the third quarter and maintained their advantage at 79-64 going into the final period. Seattle forward Shawn Kemp did not start the game because of the flu. 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