The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, June 28, 1993, Image 4

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The Battalion Classified Ads Phone: 845-0569 / Office: Room 015 (basement) Reed McDonald Building Q. CO 'AGGIE* Private Party Want Ads Business Hours $ 10 for 20 words running 5 days. If your merchan dise Is priced $ 1000 or less (price must appear In ad). This rate applies only to non-commerclal advertisers offering personal possesions for sale. Guaranteed results or you get an additional 5 days at no charge. If Item doesn't sell, advertiser must call before 11 a.rh. on the day the ad Is schedule to end to qualify for the 5 additional Insertions at no charge. No refunds will be made If your ad Is cancelled early. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday accepted Attorney ■ For Sale John T. Quinn Attorney (409) 774-8924 (800) 927-3115 John T. Quinn Attorney (409) 774-8924 (800) 927-3115 Help Wanted SEEKING PERFORMING ARTISTS International Texas Music, children, street performers, FestiFall Bryan-College Station, Texas. October 9-10. Please submit resume to: FestiFall 317 Pershing C.S. Tx 77840 YEAST INFECTION STUDY Female patients with symptoms of a yeast infection needed to participate in a research study with a new regimen of over-the-counter medication (cream). Eligible volunteers will be compensated. Call for informatidh. G&S Studies, Inc. (409) 846-5933 (close to campus) Landscape Teams interviewing for landscape team members at the Greenery between 2-:30-4 pm, Mon.-Thurs. Drug test required. Call Scott Gilbert, 823-7551. THE GREENERY The Landscape Mgmt. Co. Serving B/CS since 1975 $$$ MONEY $$$ FOR ANY GOOD REASON... Let us help you earn $120 a month while you help others by doing a good deed. Westgate Plasma Center 4223 Wellborn Road Call 846-8855 SUMMER JOBS COLLEGE STATION AND HOUSTON Earn $150-$300 week part-time Neighborhood advertising program. Requires excellent communication skills. No selling involved. Call (409) 690-0448 Leave name, phone no. and best time to return call. JOBS, JOBS, JOBS Telephone fundraising for national charities. 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MATH,PHYSICS,ACCOUNT- ING, CHEMISTRY, COMPUTER SCIENCE. 846-2879. PRIVATE TUTOR AVAILABLE FOR CHEMISTRY 101, 102; MATH UP TO 308; ANY 1ST YEAR PHYSICS OR ACCOUNTING 693-3046. 2 YEARS EXPERIENCE. AAA DEFENSIVE DRIVING. LOTS OF FUN, LAUGH A LOT!!!!!!!! Ticket dismissal, insurance discount. M-Tu(6- 10 p.m.),W-Th (6-10 p.m.), Fri (6-10 p.m.), Sat. (8-12 noon), Sat. (8-4:30 p.m.). Across from University Tower. Walk-ins welcome $20.00. 411 TxAve. So. 846-6117. Roommate Wanted Needed 2 girls to share large bedroom 2nd summer session if possible and fall spring. Lori 693-5387. For Lease College Court Apartments 3300 South College Avenue 2bdrms, excellent location, utilities partially paid, microwaves, dishwashers, pool, shuttle, health club. $419 823-7039 Sonnenblick Apartments 3700 Piainsmaa 2bdrms, excellent location utilities partially paid, microwaves, dishwashers, pool, shuttle, health club. $419 846-0226 1bd/1ba. apartment all bills paid. Walk to A&M $225 a month. 846-7174 For Rent 2bd/2ba furnished $600/mo plus utilities. Seven miles south of Kyle Field, comfortable for four students, covered parking (713)455-5238. 3bdrm/2ba. fenced yard 4 miles from A&M. Call after 2 p m. 822-2492. 2 bedroom apts. on bus route, $300/mo - summer, $340 Call 693-1538 leave message. FRESHLY RENOVATED HUGE 2bd apartments 31/2 miles from A&M. Semester lease okay 822-0472. Child Care Loving mother will watch your child at own house. Lots of fun activities 823-2433. Personals HELP! TAMU Prof, needs temporary car to rent in July/ Aug. 268-0255. FREE! Windshield chip repair with full coverage Insur ance. Details call 846-CHIP. DON'T WAIT! Lost & Found Found Silver Christian ring, close to MSC. Call 779-3390. Notice Order your copy of a Texas A&M tradition when you register for fall classes 1994 Aggieland Aggieland is the nation's largest college yearbook. Select fee option 16 Only $25, plus tax Page 4 The Battalion Monday, June 28,193! Colbert wins Senior Players Championship THE ASSOCiATED PRESS DEARBORN, Mich. — Jim Colbert didn't make a mistake until the final hole Sunday. By then, it didn't matter. Colbert had an insur mountable lead and won the Senior Players Championship by one stroke over Ray Floyd, who had already finished. Colbert shot a 69 in the final round to fin ished at 10-under 278 and collect the $180,000 winner's prize. It was the seventh Senior victo ry — but the first major — for Colbert, who won the Royal Caribbean in February. Floyd shot a 68 to finish at 279. A1 Geiberger was another shot back at 280 after a closing 66. Colbert and Rocky Thompson were tied for the lead at 209 after three rounds, one shot ahead of New Zealander Bob Charles. Colbert birdied the fourth and ninth holes to turn at 9-under, three shots ahead of his nearest competitor. But things tightened up on the final nine holes. Floyd and Geiberger each made a run to close within one stroke, but Col bert hung tough. Colbert birdied the par-3 15th to go 10-un der, then rolled in a twisting putt on the two- tiered 16th to go 11-under. That gave him a three-shot lead again, this time with just two holes to play. Still, he made it exciting at the par-5 17th, where his third shot ran across the green be fore stopping a foot short of dropping off into the water. Then, at the 18th, his approach landed in a greenside bunker. He blasted out and made a two-putt bogey, his only bogey of the day. Geiberger, a two-time winner this season, started the day five shots off the pace. He made the turn in 33, then made a big move on the back side. Geiberger eagled the par-5 13th and followed that with birdie at the 14th — the toughest hole on the golf course — to get to 8- under, just one shot behind Colbert. But that was his last move and Geiberger finished 8-under. Floyd, playing this event for the first time. also saved his best for the back nine, where bf birdied the 12th and 13th to get to 8-under.Hi made bogey at the 14th but made it upwil birdie at the 15th to remain one behind Colber — who was in the threesome just behind him. Floyd narrowly missed a birdie putt at th 17th, then birdied the final hole for a 68 ami 279 total. Hugh Delane Thompson, the mayorof Toco, Texas, birdied the first two holes Sundai to get to 9-under, two strokes better than any one else in the field. But it quickly slipped away. Thompson bn geyed the fifth and triple-bogied the sixth ate hitting his second shot in the water. Jack Nicklaus, who designed the 6,876-yar(! TPC of Michigan course, shot 71 in the finai round to finish at 3-over 291. That tied hiir. with Charles Coody, whose finishing 65 was the best round of the tournament. Chi Chi Rodriguez shot 74 Sunday for a 29! total. Gary Player had 72 for 294, Lee Trevini 69 for 297, and Arnold Palmer 78 for 298. Monday plut! From Their 1 Stars use first-round pick for 'physical player' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DALLAS — In the Dallas Stars' first draft since moving south, they came up with a physi cal player who was voted Best Checker last year in the junior-lev el Ontario Hockey League. The stars used their first-round pick, the ninth overall, to take 18- year-old center Todd Harvey of the Detroit Junior Red Wings. Harvey, who scored 164 points in 113 games in the last two years with Detroit, is said to have a fiery temper and a disdain for losing. According to National Hockey League scouting reports, Harvey is a good skater with excellent speed. The scouting report on Harvey also says he's clever han dling the puck. Harvey will probably have to spend some more time in the ju nior league before he gets a shot at the NHL. “Conservatively, we're not looking at him helping us until the 1995-96 season,'' Stars general manager and coach Bob Gainey said. The Stars took another center with their second-round pick, Ja son Langenbrunner, a 17-year-old who just finished his junior year of high school in Cloquet, Minn. Langenbrunner was also drafted by two junior league hockey teams. “He's a hard-nosed competitor with a big upside to improve,” said Craig Button, Stars director of amateur scouting. Langenbrunner must also spend some more time playing at the junior level, Button said. “He's only a junior in higl school," he said. “He hasn played a lot of hockey." Dallas' third-round pick wa used in a 1992 trade. The tea: picked 18-year-old goalie Qa; Lang in the fourth round. In the rest of the ll-roum draft, the Stars took defensema: Rick Mrozik, right wing Jerem Stasiuk, left wing Rob Lurtsem goalie Jordan Willis, right wi center Bill Lang and defense Corey Peterson. Step* Pave MaJ Kile shutouts Atlanta; Astros win 3-0 r THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ATLANTA — Darryl Kile came within one out of his first major league shutout, extending his winning streak to six games as he led the Houston Astros over the Atlanta Braves 3-0 Sunday. Kile (8-1) gave up five hits/struck out eight and walked four in 8 2-3 innings before Xavier Hernandez got the final out, gaining his third save in six chances. Otis Nixon had three hits as the Braves were shut out for the sixth time this season. Greg Maddux (7-6) gave up all three runs — just one earned — and six hits in seven in nings, struck out two and walked three. Houston scored unearned runs in the sec ond and fourth innings following errors by third baseman Terry Pendleton. Eric Anthony reached on Pendleton's first error leading off second inning, stole second, took third on a groundout and scored on Andujar Cedeno's single. Anthony reached on a one-out error by Pendleton in the fourth, took third on Chris Donnels' single and scored on Cedeno's sacri fice fly. Ken Caminiti singled home a run in the sixth following a double by Luis Gonzalez. Notes: Caminiti left in the sixth in ning after fouling off a pitch and bruised right knee. He's listed as day-to-day. ... M Lemke's stolen base Saturday night wasti first of the season and second of his career. Hi other came on May 14, 1991. ... Gant strucko. |. four times Sunday and has struck out in seve consecutive at-bats and 10 of 11. Bi The o he righl informa year's st Rangers out-Witt Oakland again, 4-() THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Witt yielded three solo homers and nirt hits over 61-3 innings to fall to 7-5. Many dosed ri feet peo] modifiec sion that ARLINGTON — Kevin Brown pitched a five-hitter to snap his three-game losing streak as Texas beat former Ranger Bobby Witt and the Oakland Athletics 4-0 on Sunday night. Brown (6-6), struck out five and walked one to win for the first time since June 4. He did not allow a baserunner past second until the ninth inning. Texas took a 2-0 lead on Rafael Palmeiro first-inning solo homer and made it 2-0 Mario Diaz's bases-empty shot in the third was the 12th homer of the season for Palmek |public and the first for Diaz. Ivan Rodriguez made it 3-0 in the fourtl with his fourth home run and Dean Palmer iiil a sacrifice fly to close the scoring in the sixth. Amoi duced t< v made p home tel Security der the C The b that the — American League West Division W L GB ST Chicago 39 33 — W2 California 37 36 3 LI Kansas City 37 36 3 L3 Seattle 36 39 4.5 L2 Texas 33 39 6 W2 Minnesota 31 40 7.5 Wl Oakland 29 41 9 L2 East Division W L GB ST Toronto 46 30 — W2 Detroit 43 31 2 L6 New York 43 33 3 Wl Baltimore 40 34 5 LI Boston 36 38 9 W6 Cleveland 32 41 12.5 Wl Milwaukee 32 43 13.5 LI National League West Division W L GB ST San Fran. 51 25 — Wl Atlanta 42 34 9 LI Houston 38 35 11.5 Wl Los Angeles 38 35 11.5 W2 Cincinnati 36 40 15 Wl San Diego 29 46 21.5 LI Colorado 26 48 14 LI East Division w L GB ST Philadelphia 51 23 — L2 St. Louis 43 30 7.5 W4 Montreal 39 35 12 LI Pittsburgh 36 37 14.5 W2 Chicago 34 38 16 L2 Florida 34 40 17 Wl New York 21 52 29.5 L5 Scoreboard American League Boston 8 Detroit New York 9 Baltimore Toronto 5 Milwaukee Minnesota 2 California Chicago 6 Seattle Texas 4 Oakland Cleveland 3 Kansas City National League Houston 3 Atlanta Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia St. Louis 5 New York Los Angeles 3 Chicago Cincinnati 7 San Diego San Fran 5 Colorado Florida 9 Montreal 2 5 -4 0 4 0 2 0 3 3 1 1 0 2 cess to ^ 1 tax rolls. The fr this cou! to settin; ing bills this kin* records c lie and ] governrr The qi governrr taken int Many “jRoc, the good Doc, is in at CareFlus” Roc, the good Doc at CarePlus Medical Center is in. In fact, he's available seven days a week without an appointment to all you Aggies who want quick, convenient, quality medical attention. A&M students even get a 10% discount at CarePlus. So next time you're ill, chill out and come see Roc, the good Doc, at CarePlus Medical Center. CarePlus^rfi 2411 Texas Ave. and Southwest Pkwy • College Station, TX 77840 696-0683 Wimbledon Continued from Page 1 promises competitive matches, it is only because the first week pro duced so few upsets. It was no great surprise that No. 7 Ivan Lendl tumbled out in the second round. He lost a match, gained a daughter and never said goodbye to the only Grand Slam tourna ment he hasn't won. Goran Ivanisevic, the No. 5 seed and runner-up last year, fell in five sets Saturday to American Todd Martin, though that hardly was a shock, either, considering Ivanisevic's struggles through his first two matches and his lack of sharpness recently. Before leaving, Ivanisevic did win the one truly compelling match of the first week, a five-set victory over Britain's Chris Bailey. The only real upset in the women's draw, unseeded Zina Garrison-Jackson over No. 5 Mary Joe Fernandez, also was no major surprise since Garrison-Jackson reached the final here three yeaf : a go- Pete Sampras, the men's No. ■ seed, had just one problem: a brtf nosebleed during a match. blamed dry weather, surely a r unusual complaint here. He play : Monday against Britain's lad hope, Andrew Foster, in a mate! 1 tucked away on Court 14, whet' presumably fewer fans will sh^ tears. Steffi Graf, the women's No.! and four-time champion, go 1 through the week easily, wirminj the first three matches with the los$ of only three games, all in h# second match. She sandwich^ two double-bagels, 6-0, 6-9: around that, and should have afl’ other easy time Monday against American Meredith McGrath. No. 2 Martina Navratilova, go - ing for her 10th singles title here- said the only thing bothering her was the shifting of the chairs to put them with their backs to the umpire's stands as a precaution against a repeat of the Monica Se les attack two months ago in Ger many. MC i bette Histoi knowled those w< ship, am that we these lai changes useful. We ai kept up 1 majors v aspects c program ent in a For exarr both pro edgeable troleum Arabic a Islamic i and com ficient i guage. Now, broad-ba