The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 07, 1997, Image 10

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/ 1 A 10” 12” 14’ 12’ 6” 4 1 10 . . The Battalion Classified To place a classified ad: Phone: 845-0569 / Fax: 845-2678 Office: Room 015 (basement) Reed McDonald Building Business Hours 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Insertion deadline: 1 p.m. prior business day nnnn'rmM AUTO Ford Taurus 1988. 89k miles. Excellent condition. A/C, new paint. $4,500. 696-1401. FOR RENT 3bdrm/11/2bath house for rent. Near t.a.m.u. 1204- Timm Street. Refrigerator, large fenced backyard, trees. $650/mo.-HJtilities. $400/dep. (281)362-1429. 6bdrms/3baths country home. 32-miles from t.a.m.u. No smoking. $975/mo. 535-7582. Available Now! Comfortable 2bdrm/2bath, 2bdrm/11/2bath apartments. Call for 12-9mo. specials. Will do semester leases on select units. Timber Creek Apartments, 846-2976. Centrally located town home 2-2-2, fireplace, fans, w/d, yard, quiet area, $695/mo. United Realty, 694-9140. Close to campus. 2bdrm/1bath. $325-$400/mo. $250/dep. Pets ok. Fenced. 846-8630. January pre-leasing underway. 1-2-3 bedrooms starting $335/mo. Some with all bills paid. United Realty, 694- 9140. THE HORIZON PRIVATE STUDENT DORM HOUSING FOR STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND VISITORS TO CAMPUS. FURNISHED ROOMS W/ALL BILLS PAID FREE SHUTTLE TO AND FROM TEXAS A&M DAILY, WEEKLY & MONTHLY RATES AVAILABLE CALL 779-7091 TODAY! Heartburn Acid indigestion Are you 18 or older and in good health. 1 dose over the counter medication. No blood drawn. Volunteers will receive $50 for doing study. Call for information: J&S Studies, Inc. 846-5933 Attention Women Females, ages 18-34, who have been treated for a recent vaginal infection are being recruited to participate in a one year research study using one of two feminine hygiene products. History of douching is required. Eligible volunteers will be compensated. Call for information: J&S Studies, Inc. 846-5933 or “I -800-681 -8204 YEAST INFECTION STUDY Currently seeking females age 18 or older to participate in a research study to compare two medications for the treatment of a yeast infection. If you are experiencing the symptoms of a yeast infection - please call for more information. Eligible volunteers will be compensated up to $150. Call for information: J&S Studies 846-5933 Private Party Want Ads $10 for 20 words running 5 days, if your merchandise is priced $1,000 or less (price must appear in ad). This rate applies only to non-commercial advertisers offering personal possessions for sale. Guaranteed results or you get an addtional 5 days at no charge. If item doesn’t sell, advertiser must call before 1 p.m. on the day the ad is scheduled to end to qualify for the 5 additional insertions at no charge. No refunds will be made if your ad is cancelled early. cor trrrMT A Warm Sunlit Nursery And An Abundance Of Love Await Your Baby. 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Seized & Sold locally this month. Trucks, 4x4's, etc. 800-522-2730, Ext.#3782. BED AND BREAKFAST Romantic Victorian B&B get-away. Plus gourmet can dle-light dining. "The Famous Pink House Gourmet B&B”. 364-2868. COMPUTERS Compaq scanner keyboard, new, up to 200 X 400 DPI, 256 shades grey, Win 95 or 3.1 $150 Call 776-1136. Need Help With A Computer Problem? Rent A Nerd!! Services Include: Software and Hardware Service and Support. Call 260-9137. Pentium 233MMX $1,160, 200MMX $1,080, 166MMX $1,000, 166MHZ $925, 133MHZ $875, 16MB-ram, 20x- CDROM, 1.3GB-HD, 33.6-V/F/modem, 2MB-video, 14"- monitor, s/speakers, tamuNet set-up, 1-year warranty, 2.1GB-Hd add $20, 3.1GB-HD add $65, 846-7186 upgrading Slaptops. Toshiba lap top, Pentium 100, 810HD, color, Win-95, Office, $1,200. 696-9581. DJ MUSIC Sound Power DJ Service. Weddings/ Mixers/ Parties, Large/ Small Sound Systems. Lights/ Smoke Available. Large Music Selection. Tommy Reed, Class ‘98, 696- 9754. The Party Block Mobile DJ- Peter Block, professional/ experienced. Specializing in Weddings and TAMU func tions. For the best call 693-6294. http://www.inc.com/users/pblock.html Baseball Umpires Needed for Youth League Ages 13 to 16. The Brazos Valley Amateur Baseball Association is seeking experienced umpires for its Fall (Sept. 15 - Nov. 15) and Spring (Feb. 1 - May 31) seasons. The BVABA sponsors Sandy Koufax, PONY and Colt Baseball in the Brazos Valley. Games are played in Bryan and College Station. Call Peter Stiller 822-4193 or 862-2905. Daily Horoscopes Up To Date Soap Results Call Now!!!! 1-900-329-0673 Ext. 2740 $2.99 per minute. Must be 18 yrs. old. Serv-U (619) 645-8434 The Dallas Corning flcms Delivered to your door each morning call today: 409-580-3358 For subscription rates. Limited delivery area SAVE $$ OFF NEWSSTAND PRICES U.B. Ski’s 10th Anhual College Ski Week Brix ki/nriix ,r. & Keystone Vail & Beaver Creek Shi 4 Resorts for the Price of 1! 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Sublease University Tower dorm. Sublease available to male or female at a very reduce rate. Includes housing, parking, and full meal plan. For more information call Pam, (409)778-4466. FOR SALE 1983-Buick Regal Limited. 50k, non-smoker, needs minor work, $800/0.B.O. Side-by-side frost free refrig erator, runs well $100. Must sell!! Call 694-9611. 1984 Honda Elite 80cc scooter. Runs excellent, conve nient campus parking, super mileage, includes 2 hel mets $525, Call 847-4877, leave message. 4 Michael Flatley's Lord Of The Dance Tickets!!! For October 19th, in San Antonio. Sold Out Performance! $90/ea. Call 847-6862. Blaupunkt am/fm cass., detachable face, portable cd input $160, home speakers, must sell, $150. Please call 694-0349. Brothers word processor $100, Red Dog neon sign $100, 3 ft, refrigerator $75. Please call 694-7124. Broyhill swivel rocking chair, excellent condition, $75 cash. Please call 779-8628. Cannondale R600 road bike with clipless pedals, shoes, air pump $500. 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Call 696- 7734, 10a.m.-4p.m. Babysitting in my house Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., no cleaning, 8a.m.-5p.m. Good pay! 778-5439. CiCi’s Pizza now accepting applications for guest greeters and kitchen staff. Flexible shifts and sched ules. Apply at Culpepper Plaza location/C.Sta. Earn $750-$1,500/wk Campus Fundraiser, Raise all the money your group needs by sponsoring a VISA Fundraiser on your campus. No investment & very little time needed. There’s no obligation, so why not call for information today. 1-800-323-8454x95. Meet New People The Fun Way Today. 1-900-289- 0965, Ext.2669. $2,99 per minute. Must be 18 yrs. Serv-U (619)645-8434. 3 year old tamed Nandy Conure for sale with new cage, $200. Please call 774-0380. Adopt: Puppies, Kittens, Cats, Dogs. Many pure breeds! Brazos Animal Shelter-775-5755. Gov’t Foreclosed homes from pennies on $1. Delinquent tax, Repo's. REO’s. Your Area. Toll Free (1)800-218-9000, Ext.H-1652 for current listings. Christian female roommate for Spring. Large private bedroom, bath, walk-in closet. In C.Sta., on bus route. 694-3581. Male needed. 2bdrm/1bath house, 4,400-acre ranch, fishing, $175/mo., +bills, +deposit. 10-15-minutes to campus. 774-6630. October rent paidl! Female wanted to share 2bdrm/1bath. Will be responsible for 1/3-rent +1/3utili- ties. Amy/Kendra, 846-2392. Roommate needed!!!! 2bdrm/2bath. New apartments. $575/mo. +electricity. 2-minutes from campus, bus route, w/d. 821-6296. Roommate needed. 2bdrm/2bath apartment. Close to campus. $235.50/mo. +1 futilities. 775-6222. AAA-Texas Defensive Driving/Driver’s Training. Lots-of- fun, Laugh-a-lotl! Ticket dismissal/insurance discount. M-T(6pm-9pm), W-Th(6pm-9pm), Fri(6pm-8pm), Sat(10am-2:30pm), Sat(8am-2:30pm). Inside Nations Bank. Walk-ins welcome. $25/cash. Lowest price allowed by law. 111-Univ. Dr., Ste.217. 846-6117. Show-up 30/min. early. (CP-0017). Experienced Tutor- Genetics. Math, Science, Spanish. H.S. and College. By appointment only. Small group discount. Call 690-0738. Wanted 3-5 A&M/ Kansas State football tickets, Oct. 18th. Call 1-888-290-1331. Wanted six tickets to Kansas State/A&M game, October 18th. Call (940)872-2161. Wanted: Students to lose weight. No drugs. Herbs boost metabolism, suppress appetite. $29.95. Fast/free local delivery. V/MC/Disc. plus checks. (409)823-3307 or 1-800-927-3340. B/C.Sta. www.angelfire.com/tx/bioslife WEIGHT LOSS LOOSE 10-100 LBS. Feel great. All natural. Doctor recommended. Money back guarantee. (409)223- 2020. S The Battalion PORTS Tuesday • October 7, OSU takes media blitz in strid FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT. $18K-$72K/yr. +Benefits. Paid Training. For Information On F/T & P/T Positions Call 1 -800-585-9024, Ext.#4357. Full/Part-time waitstaff. If you’re hard working, attentive, and have a great personality, apply at Czech/Tex Steakhouse in Snook. Call 272-8501. Hiring enthusiastic dependable waitstaff. Ninfa’s, on Harvey. Interviews: M-F, 2:30p.m.-4:30p.m. Howdy Agsl! Short on cash? 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Molecular Genetics Laboratory seeks full-time techni cian, part-time worker. Contact John Yu, 260- 9237/9311. Need responsible person to move in my home and care for my 6-year old at night while I work. Free room/board plus small weekly wages. Caldwell area. Call 272- 1269. Needed Sample Technician: 1-2 hours/ each Monday between (7-9 a m.) $200.00/Month. Call 713-773-9335. P/T Monday & Wednesday evenings Clerical/ Customer Service position for insurance agency; previous experi ence preferred but not necessary. Send resume to: The Liere Agency, 1100B Harvey Road, College Station, TX., Attn: Office Manager. Part time openings available for assembly of environ mental wells and equipment. Flexible hours available during the week and weekends. Must have dependable transportation. For application come by Lynntech, Inc. 7610 Eastmark drive. Suite 105, College Station, Texas, 77840 E.O.E. Part-time evening work doing commercial office clean ing, Mon.-Fri. Call for an appointment 823-5031. Part-time position distributing advertising materials. No selling involved. All materials provided at no charge. 1- 800-YOUR-JOB. www.acmnet.com/postering/yourjob.htm. Professional Computing: Part-time delivery driver need ed. 15-20 hrs/wk. Will work with school schedule. Computer experience helpful but not necessary. Applicants must be 19yrs. and able to lift 50lbs. Call 846-5332, 8a.m.-5:30p.m., Mike. Secretary/ Editor home office consulting business. Needs part-time office help. 20-30hrs/wk. Flexible schedule. Must have good typing skills and be proficient in Word and Excel. Mail resume to: G&A, 3000 Cortez, C. Station, Texas 77845. Technician needed. Computer store. Experienced and independent. Part/full time. Call Dan, 846-5454. I rtOf o cmiMn ■-MS* I Cm rifUIVkJ Lost blue Motorola pager. If found please call at 847- 5178. MOTORCYCLE 1987 Honda Aero 50cc scooter, helmet included. Mint condition $360. Please call 775-9236 or leave mes sage. 1987 Yamaha FZ700 with helmet & charger. New seat, chain. $2,100/o.b.o. 764-9057, leave message. 1989 Kawasaki KLR250 with helmet. Excellent condi tion. 4k miles. $1,500/o.b.o. Please leave message, 696-4989. 1996 Honda CBR600S3, black/wh/red, 5k-miles, garaged, like new, $6,000, 779-5954. STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — One game doesn’t make a season, although it has sure stirred things up around Oklahoma State. A 42-16 victory over Texas on Saturday moved the Cowboys into the Associated Press rankings for the first time since 1988. It also made coach Bob Simmons a hot commodity — media from around the country called Monday wanti ng a piece of his time. It is all new for a program that has not had a winning season since Barry Sanders’ won a Heisman Trophy for the Cowboys in 1988. “New is good,” Simmons said at his weekly news conference. “It’s just how you handle it. I’ve been there before in my experi ence, and I’m just going to try to relate to my team how you deal with the newness of being 5-0 and being successful.” Simmons was an assistant for eight years at Colorado and owns a national championship ring from his time there. His Oklahoma State team is not nearly as deep, talent ed or experienced as most of the Buffalo teams he coached, so there is reason to wonder how the Cowboys will handle things this week. Before last weekend, Simmons said, the Cowboys were simply considered an improved team. The victory over Texas — a team that last year beat OSU by 57 points — gave Oklahoma State legitimacy, he said. “I think this game answered the questions for a lot of people,” OSU safety Trent Alexander said. It also, no doubt, raised expec tations. Oklahoma State (5-0, 2-0 Big 12) is ranked No. 20 and now people are talking about the prospects of an eight or even nine- victory season. “I think our kids expect to win, too, and that’s the most important thing,” Simmons said. “I think they know how, they’ve proved that. Now what they’ve got to prove is can you continue that? That is the challenge. They will get an idea Sa: night when No. 24 Colorad 0-1) visits. The Buffaloe struggled all year, particula offense — they have jus offensive touchdown in the[ quarters. But Simmons believes Co is much better than the recoi cates. He expects the passing game to provide a sn for a defense that has show, stop the run, but has not real challenged through the air. He also expects the Cowb be able to wade through hoopla and keep their mind business at hand. “I would hope this matured enough that they how we got to be 5-0 wasti. great practice habits and si to the discipline of practio the fundamentals,” Simmon: “That will be my job as the coach, and my assistants’jot Paintball at (JUDY'S J.aj4.mi.!4c;.i.,ui Groan Oiscoaofs Hoaifabfo Gaff for Reoorvationo (409) 268-222S email: rotacltf@ txctf6er.com BRAZOSTRADER Antiques & collectibl^: Browse in our store for a different shopping experience! Bargains Galore! • M - F 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. • Sat 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. • Sundays by chance 210 West 26th St., Bryan (409) 775-2984 LAASOCIACION DE ESTUDI ANTES MEXIC.t Invita a todos los interesai a su tercera junta ordinan: FECHA: 7 de Octubredel! LUGAR: 128 Academic Building, Lab II HORA: 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. a Study in Greece. jAustriA. or the . j UK ) through BeaverjCpHege 1 r*r\rr\£>°&ti4 ^ OVERSEAS DAY MSG. 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College Bowl is a team tournament that challenges your knowledge of everything from science to music, history to sports. If you enjoy watching Jeopardy!’ or playing Trivial Pursuit’, you’ll love COLLEGE BOWL! Registration forms are available in the Student Programs Office, 2nd Floor of the MSG. $20 per four person team ($15 for organizations) or $5 per individual For more information, contact Ross Abbey at raa9825@unix.tamu.edu or visit our web-page at msc-nova.tamu.edu. Applications are due Oct. 8. College Bowl is a MSC NOVA program. & JJu Tr Persons with disabilities, please call us at 845-1515 so that we may best assist you at the event.