The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 05, 1997, Image 6

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The Battalion Classified To place a classified ad: Phone 845-0569 or Fax 845-2678 Office: Room 015 (basement) Reed McDonald Bldg. Business Hours 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Insertion deadline: 1 p.m. prior business day VISA 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 additional 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. ADOPTION y i y } ^ ■■ y Vtx i Adoption is a loving option!! Steve (Class of ‘83) and Vicki, hope to continue the Aggie tradition in their family through open adoption. Stability, big extended families and lots of love await your baby. We are fully certified with a licensed agency. Call us at 1-800-750-2641 or our advisors at Methodist Mission Home at 1-800-842- 5433. Legal/ medical expenses. Pregnant? Considering Adoption? Caring Aggie couple wants to give your baby a lifetime of security and happiness in a home filled with love and laughter. Please call Alan and Beverly anytime, 1-800-750-5348 or TGC 1 -800-299-4523. Medical/ legal expenses only. ANNOUNCEMENTS Free Cash Grants! College Scholarships. Business. Medical bills. Never Repay. Toll Free 1-800-218-9000, Ext. G-1652. AUTO 1986 Toyota pickup. A/C. $2,150. Very good condition. (Jay) 847-3370. 1988 Subaru Station Wagon, H4k-miles, power win dow/lock, a/c, stereo, $2,000. 260-8037. 1990 Chevy Blazer 4x4 $5,500. Please call Scott at 775-2055. 1993 white Hyundai Senada. 4-door, excellent condi tion, a/c, radio, auto, interior like new, extended warran ty, original owner. $6,000. 776-0733. ‘91 Acura Integra. 5-speed, black, a/c, spoiler. $6,500 negotiable. 764-4428. ‘91-GMC Jimmy, 2-door, v6, automatic, cold a/c, runs great. $4,800. 822-5842. ‘92 White 2-door Accord, moon roof and alarm. $7,500. 764-0587. Cabriolet (VW Rabbit Convertible) 1982, automatic, white on white. Runs and looks great! $3,000. 764- 9741, 764-0807. Must sacrifice. ‘94 Escort. 2-door, standard, 350- 400mi./tank. Excellent condition. 694-2217. SEIZED CARS from $175. Porches, Cadillacs, Chevys, BMW's, Corvettes. Also Jeeps, 4WD’s. Your Area. Toll Free 1-800-218-9000 Ext..A-1652 for current listings. AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR ■■ Mason’s Mobile Car Repair. Help on the spot, 255- 0003, 828-4832. BED AND BREAKFAST Romantic Victorian B&B get-away. Plus gourmet can dle-light dining. "The Famous Pink House Gourmet B&B”. 364-2868. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MONEY- $12,000+ in four weeks Flatlll Honest, simple, & fast. ALL OF YOU, please RESPOND NOW!!!. $5, refundable, to Cinco 2612 E. Britton Rd., Okla. City, OK 73131. ' . ' > ' ' , ' ^ f* finM na it e b c %j*iiJawai"%P a Ea»2a ■RNNNNNNRNRMRNNNRNHNNMNNMRMNMMHIi Compaq Pentium-75, 640 meg hard drive, 8 meg ram, 14" VGA monitor. Complete system only $450. Great buy! 764-7984. CPU with monitor, keyboard, and mouse. 486, tower, 160mhz, includes tamunet, Windows'95, $300/o.b.o., IBM laser printer $285/o.b.o. 847-1909. New E/Mate (Laptop computer) with all original cables, manuals, and box with added software. Perfect for stu dents. $700 Call 691-5656. PI50, 1 gb hd, 8X cdrom, 16mb, SVGA, Soundcard, Speakers, 28.8 modem, keyboard/ mouse, 14’’ monitor, floppy, Win95, $725. 696-9412. Zenith 486 DXZ-50 notebook 640x480 Active Matrix dis play/ soundcard 8MB Ram, $500 O.B.O. Please call Chris at 764-8474. FREE APARTMENT Ideal for graduate couple to manage AGGIE owned & operated Apartments 846-7454 COMPUTERS Pentium 233MMX $1,150, 200MMX $1,050, 166MMX $995, 166MHZ $899, 150MHZ $875, 16MB-RAM, 20XCDROM, 1.6GB-HD, 33.6-V/F/modem, 2MB-video, 14”monitor, s/speakers, 1-year warranty, 2.1GB-HD add $20, 3.1GB-HD add $65, 846-7186 upgrading Slaptops, jtititijttj tiggti jetititititij 8 .. .. vyy DJ MUSIC Sound Power DJ Sen/ice. 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, lights/smoke. The Best!! Call 693-6294. http://www.inc.com/users/pblock.html ■ FOR RENT 1-bedroom studio apartment. Available December-1 st. December rent FREEI On shuttle route. 695-1901. 2-bedrooms, furnished, backyard, 5-min. from campus, no lease. 1bdrm/$270,1bdrm/$180. Antoine, (409)696- 2942. 2bdrm/1bath apartment, close to campus. $225- $300/mo. Please call 696-2038. cnn dcait ITVF 3% ■«IZ 9v R Sublease. Large efficiency. Close to campus. $360/mo. Available December. 693-0648. FOR SALE ' H I MHNNNHi SESBBI 1980 14x72, 2bdrm/2bath, all appliances. Wellborn Park. $6,000 O.B.O. Amy, (409)245-2963(w), (409)245-2821 (h). 2 kicker 12" competition subs with box, Phoenix gold amplifier, acoustic crossover, $400 O.B.O. Please call Jeff at 690-0117. 2 Tickets on West side, and parking pass for Baylor game. $55. Pick up In College Station, but call (713)650-4796. 3-dorm fridges $75/ea. Large fridge $75. Dryer $75. KX-P1123 printer $75. 386-computer w/modem, moni tor, keyboard, &mouse $250. O.B.O. 764-7126, 696- 3913. Cannondale Super V mountain bike, full suspension, Many extras. Must sell! $600 o.b.o. Please call 822- 4575. Car audio equipment. Precision Power amplifier, Autotek amplifier, crossover, 10” Pioneer subwoofer with sealed enclosure. $300 0.8.0. Call Matthew, 764- 1490. CLOSE TO TAMU 2bdrm/1ba, central a/h, w/d connec tions, fenced, carport $475/mo. TCP, 775-2291. Catholic Books/Gifts. Byrne's Catholic Bookstore. Northgate, Upstairs. Afternoons. 846-8699. Duplex. Spacious 2bdrm/11/2ba. Garage. 1,000sq. ft. 3701-A Choctaw. $500/mo. 696-0069. Furnished 2bdrm/mh in the country. Fenced yard. $200/down. $200/mo. (409)267-3824. 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 January sublease. 2bdrm/1 bath. $425/mo. W/D con nections. Close to tamu. 695-1661. NEWLY IMPROVED 2bdrm/1ba in Northgate, central a/h, w/d connections, new carpet, lawn care provided, $445/mo. TCP, 775-2291. PRELEASE DEC-JAN 3bdrm/2ba w/study in C.Sta., central a/h, w/d connections, fenced, lawn care provid ed, $695/mo. TCP, 775-2291. PRELEASE FOR DEC-JAN 2bdrm/1ba in Pecan Ridge, central a/h, w/d connections, fenced, HUGE walk-in closets. $495/mo. TCP, 775-2291. Quiet place in the country for you and your pet. 2bdrm/mh. $300+deposit. (409)267-3824. Spacious 2bdrm/11/2ba 4-plex. W/D included. Fenced yard. C.Sta. $450/mo. 693-0551,764-8051. SPRING SUBLEASE Treehouse Village efficiency, $410/mo. Great for grad student. Close to campus. On bus route. Pool and laundry on site. Available after Christmas. Call 693-4976. Spring Sublease. Treehouse Village. No deposit. Great location. Spacious 2bdrm/2bath apartment w/fire- place and large balcony. 3-minutes from campus, 2- pools, 2-hot tubs, 2-laundry facilities, and bus stop on property. $715/mo. 764-9527. Spring sublease. Treehouse-I. 1bdrm/1bath. $465/mo. Close to campus. Call Matthew, 764-1490. Spring sublease. University Commons. $281/mo. Furnished 4-bedroom. Call Emily, 693-2709. Sublease 1bdrm/1bath. November- May. November rent paid. Very close to campus. Call Johan, 764-8924. Sublease 3bdrm/2ba townhouse with 2-atriums and fire place. Access to neighborhood pool. 1533-Wolf Run. 693-5332. SUBLEASE A.S.A.P. Efficiency. $400/mo. Treehouse II. W/D facilities. Call 693-2350. Sublease A.S.A.P. at Treehouse Village Apartments. Efficiency. On bus route. $425/mo. Cindy, (281)447- 3914. Sublease available now or Spring semester. University Towers deluxe room. Security parking. Local phone included. Call Chris, (830)249-3285. Sublease large 1-bedroom. Close to campus. Great neighbors. Available now. Only $320/mo. 775-0092. Sublease starting January. 2bdrm/11/2ba. 2-stories. Large deck. Fireplace. W/D. $560/mo. 268-8921. Sublease University Commons Apartments. Available immediately. Female roommate. Call (713)896-1119. Sublease University Commons. Friendly female room mate. Last month free. (409)695-2636. Athlete’s Foot Study Patients volunteers needed for Research Study of new investigational medicine. Free physical exam, treatments, study medications, and lab tests available for qualified participants. Patient stipend available for qualified participants ages 12 years and above. No topical (prescription or over the counter) treatment in the last 2 wks. Call for information: J&S Studies, Inc. 846-5933 SKIN INFECTION ■ Chronic Pain Study STUDY Patients 18 years and older with uncomplicated skin infections such as impetigo, cellulitis, infected hair follicles, wounds, abrasions, insect bites, etc. needed to participate in a research study with an investigative antibiotic. Eligible volunteers will be compensated up to $200. Call for information: J&S Studies 846-5933 Subjects who have had chronic pain for at least three months, have been taking a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication daily and require additional pain relief are being recruited for an investigative research study with a marketed pain medication. Eligible volunteers will be compensated. Call for information: J&S Studies, Inc. 846-5933 or 1 -800-681 -8204 ECONOPHONE, INC. Do you speak English and: Japanese? Russian? Chinese? Polish? French? Italian? Greek? Vietnamese? German? Are you: Outgoing? Personable? Have good grammar skills and initiative? Have 1-2 years of customer service experience and good computer skills? Have phone experience? If so, a fast growing international long distance telephone company in Bryan currently has the following positions available for you: Customer Service Reps - M-F Day AND Weekend Day and Evening shifts available to service inbound calls. Must have 1-2 yrs. previous CS experience & excellent computer & communication skills. Must be outgoing and personable! Competitive pay & benefits provided. If interested, apply to: Human Resources Manager, 3833 South Texas Avenue, Suite 130, Bryan, Texas, 77802, or e-mail to hrtx@econophone.com http://www.econophone.com E.O.E. Girls daybed with trundle. 2 good mattresses Included. Perfect for dorm or small room. $50. Please call 695-, 1709, leave message. Home, boarding and breeding kennels, approximately 3- acres w/pond, totally fenced, 20-minutes from campus, North. (409)279-5113. Sculptured Longhorn by Joseph Melancon. Bevo 1, ceramic reproduction w/or without brand. Call 800-499- BEVO(2386). Trek 930 mountain bike (new, never been used), cro- moly, grip shift, Shimano equipment, aluminum. $420 Please call 862-9321. U2 concert tickets for sale. November 28. Astrodome. Floor seats, close to stage. $150 each. Please call 764- 9454. FUNDRAISER The Ultimate Fund-Raisers For Greeks, Clubs And Motivated Individuals Are Available Now. Fast, Easy & No Financial Obligation. For More Information Call: (888) 51 -A-PLUS, Ext.51 GIFTS Naughty Crosswords Puzzles. Great Fun. Great gift. Cheapo, http://www.bmvtrade.com/sopuz U.B, Ski's 10th Annual College Ski Week Brix .kil’nrii x ,f. & Keystone Vail & Beaver Creek •jJll; Hit iunzuirrmi Luxury Condos Lift Pass Ski/Snowboard Rentals & Lessons Non-Stop Parties Roundtrip Motorcoach or Airfare ■ and Free Night Skiing! U.&Ski 1-800-SKI- WILD Don’t miss the party! (1-800-754-9453) Ski the Net! " www.eden.com/-ubc Make Trac winter Break! C f a.A.A-xx. I lV” JAMMKY 4-18,1898 • 2, S, STEAMBOAT BRECKENRID VAIL/BEAVE TFLLURIDE o isssss* TOLL FltEI INFORMATION AND RKtDIVATIONS 1*800*SUNCHASE ■kl tho wb gt www.ounchAoo.com Better I Bobody Doea Ski Breaks AS SITX ON CBS NEWS “18 HOURS” DRIVE YOURSELF & SAVET 4 SO UTH. PA D R E. I S L AN D PANAMA CITY BEACH DAYTONA BEACH STEAMBOAT • PER PSftSOH DtPEKMNG OH DESDHM10N / BREAK CATTS > LENGTH OF STAY. £ 1-800-SUNCHASE - ^ TOLL r*Dt INFORMATION A MSKVAT10N5 <4 www.tunchafe.com HELP WANTED ATTENTION STUDENTS!! Part-time work. Up to $8.25. Scholarships and internships available. Conditions apply. Good resume experience. Call 696- 7734, 10a.m.-4p.m. Babysitter/s needed. Weekend nights, my home, easy job, one older child just need an adult present. Call 268- 8019. FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT. $18K-$72K/yr. +Benefits. Paid Training. For Information On F/T & P/T Positions Call 1 -800-585-9024, Ext.#4357. Howdy Agsl! Short on cash? Looking for a part-time job? Don’t go there!! Come here- to the Plasma Center where you can earn $140 a month donating your life saving plasma $80 in your first two weeks!! Donating plasma is everything you could ask for in a part-time job: minimal time, good pay, no work required, tax free cashl! Don’t delay, call todayl! Westgate Blologicals, Inc. 2- convenient locations: 4223-Wellborn Rd., Bryan, 846- 8855. 700-University East, College Station, 268-6050. Jeweler needed at Texas Jewelry and Loan. Full/part time. 3511-South Texas Ave. 846-0049. Local Business needs part-time warehouse help/ deliv ery driver. Must have good driving record. Please call 779-7043 for information on application. Mr. Gatti’s. Delivery drivers wanted. Average $9/hr. Apply in person at 1673 Briarcrest. Need a part-time job but you want to have your week ends free? Call Manpower for immediate job opportuni ties. •Part-time Clerical positions, -Custodial positions, 2:30p.m.-11:00p.m. Call the Job Line at 260-5010 or our office at 846-3535. Now accepting applications for enthusiastic dependable waitstaff and hostesses. Ninfa's, on Harvey. M-F, 2:30p.m.-4:00p.m. 693-0506. Now hiring. F/Part-time sales associate. Some experi ence required. Career Apparel. 1702-A So.Texas Avenue, Bryan. 823-4296. Part-time Delivery Driver needed. POP-abilitles. 3737 Ea. 29th. Bryan. Part-time delivery driver. 10-12:30, five days a week. Call 776-8287. Part-time evening work doing commercial office clean ing, Mon.-Fri. Call for an appointment 823-5031. Part-time insurance service position for local agency starting 1/98. Prior experience preferred. 846-8496. Part/Full-time help wanted. Apply within Piper's Chevron. Texas Ave., University Dr. QUALITY SALES PEOPLE. We have Full and Part time evening telemarketing positions available immedi ately. $7/hourly base pay + bonuses. Flexible sched ules. Apply in person at: IMS, 700-Univ. Dr. E., Ste.104, C.Station (behind Golden Corral). 691-8682. Square One Restaurant now hiring experienced wait and kitchen staff. Applications at 211-West William Joel Bryan. Telephone Research. Weekend and evenings avail able. Start at $5.25/hr. Flexible schedule. Call IntelliQuest 268-5307. Texas A&M Students Graduating Spring 1998. Your opinions, perceptions, and recommendations are requested for a focus (discussion) group on Monday, November 10th or Tuesday, November 11th. Participants will receive a $50.00 cash honorarium for attending a 2 hour focus group session. All respondents must be Texas A&M students graduating in Spring 1998 and have attended one or more job Interviews by November 10th. A grade point average of 3.0 or higher is preferred. We want ethnic diverse groups. If inter ested, please contact Product Development & Marketing Co. Phone 1-800-668-9581 or e-mail'. Pat _Holiday_PDM@compuserve.com. Please advise if undergraduate student or MBA’ narne . phone number and ethnicity, undergraduate students must be in gen eral business, marketing, engineering or finance/ bank ing/ insurance. Thank Youl P.D. (Pat) Holiday. Waitstaff. $8-$10/hr. average. Flexible hours. Also Cashier position. Apply Tues.-Fri., 2-4p.m. at Golden Corral. Wanted experienced Graphics Designer. Html experi ence a plus. Must be familiar with Adobe Photoshop for Mac. Call for interview at 693-9700. Wanted Linux/Unix System Administrator. Network and LAN/WAN experience’ a plus. CS/MIS students pre ferred. Contact Aaron or Joe at Cybercom (409)268- 0771 or aaron@txcyber.com LOST & FOUND 1 ' 1 . ; ! Lost diamond earring. Call Rick or Jennifer at 693-4540. $$Reward$$ Lost gold cross necklace. Please call Cristi at 693-6222. $$Reward$$!l Reward for lost Sharpei, long blonde hair, 2-yr.old female named Bridgette. Any information please call 846-4214. IY1UI If HI* T 1*1.1$ 1979 Honda CX500, custom. 42k miles. Runs great! With HJC CL-10 helmet. $600 O.B.O. Please call James at 694-8828. 1995 Honda Shadow VLX600. Immaculate condition. Only 900miles. $4,750. Call Clinton, 260-7064. . ■' DERCkflM Al Frustrated or lonely? Talk to women live!! 1-900-255- 0900, Ext.#8820. $3.99/min. Must be 18yrs. Serv-U: 619-645-8434. PETS 2 Sugar gliders (marsupials, like flying squirrels). Friendly breeding pair. 9-months old. Large cage with accessories. $400 negotiable. Call 691 -2253. Adopt: Puppies, Kittens, Cats, Dogs. Many pure breeds! Brazos Animal Shelter-775-5755. Large tame iguana, potty trained, well kept, need lots of love and a good home. $100. Please call 846-1474. ROOMMATES Female roommate needed for Spring at University Commons. 2bdrm/2bath, $355/mo. Call Tammy, 764- 1048. Female roommate needed. 2bdrm/2bath. $287.50/mo. W/D, on bus route. New apartments. 2-minutes from campus. 821-6296. Female roommates needed. 2bdrm/l 1/2bath. $280/mo. plus 1/2-utilities. Call Ashley, 260-7097. Male roommate, nonsmoker. $275/mo. +1 futilities. Own rm/ba. Call Richard, 846-3093. Need female roommate. $197/mo. plus $25/utilities. Close to campus. Kelli/Mica, 696-3291. Roommate needed for spring. 2bdrm/1bath. $212.50/mo. +1 futilities. Oak Forest Apartments in Bryan. Call 775-3242. Roommate needed. Own bdrm/bath. Anytime now through May‘98. Rent $250/mo. Bills negotiable. 696- 9932. Student Housing. Online housing locator. Roommate finder, apartments listings. Free service. www.ads4texas.com/aggie Transferring to U.T.? I’m a graduate leaving Austin. Clean, considerate female undergraduate staying. 2bdrmfba. NW Austin. If-rent $350/mo. Move-in date flexible. Call Aggie friend for details 693-1697. Will have own bdrm/bath plus student busing, $257.50/mo. Christy, 589-3222. SERVICES Foreign students- visitors. DV-1 Greencard Program available. 1-800-773-8704 & (818)882-9681. Applications close November 16th. SERVICES Defensive Driving. Lots-of-fun, Laugh-a-loti! 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 wel come. $25/cash. Lowest price allowed by law. 111- Univ. Dr., Ste.217. 846-6117. Show-up 30/min. early. (CP-0017). TRAVEL Aggies study abroad with Nicholls State in 7 countries. Spanish, French, German, credit at all levels. New pro grams every Monday. Christmas programs for Spanish credit. (504)448-4440. Earn Money and Free Trips!! Absolute Best Spring Break Packages available!! Individuals, student organi zations, or small groups wantedll Call Inter-Campus Programs at 1-800-327-6013 or http://www.icpt.com TUTORS Experienced Tutor- Genetics, Math, Science, Spanish. H.S. and College. By appointment only. Small group discount. Call 690-0738. Help Raise Your Grades!! Nutritional drink to achieve energy and alertness. 1-888-776-5288. WANTED Grandfather needs to buy 4-tickets to t.u. game, West side, to watch granddaughter march in. Call 776-2298, 8:30a.m.-5:30p.m. Need sports pass for t.u. game. Will Pay $$money$$ll 774-5737. 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. WEIGHT LOSS lOlbsfwks. Guaranteed!! Scientifically Advanced Nutritional Products- Fewer Food Cravings. 1-888-776- 5288. NEW! Local Radio News from the newsroom of campus and community news 8:04 a.m. Monday through Friday during NPR Morning Edition on KAMU-FM 90.9 College Station / Bryan All seniors must be shot. (this semester) Burch Continued from Page 5 Running Down a Dream With the exception of UCLA, Texas running back Ricky Williams has run all over the Longhorns’ opponents. Williams tied and broke Earl Campbell’s school record (18) If I for most touchdowns in a sin gle season in Texas’ 23-21 loss ^ to Baylor. Williams also ran for ^ 226 yards, two touchdowns ” and threw for a six point play. 1 The Doak Walker nominee has 1101 rushed for 200 yards or more in four straight contests, just one shy of the NCAA record held by Barry Sanders and Marcus Allen. Games Of The Week. #25 Oklahoma State (6-2,3-2) , at Oklahoma (3-6,1-4) — Owen ' Field 21 th ■ After exploding to an unexpected 6-0 start, Bob Simmons and the Oklahoma •i&M State Cowboys have lost two iina straight overtime contests. A and team that once controlled its iirop own fate and the fate of the Big lyl 12 South is now in a dogfight jom for conference supremacy. The ;j r Sooners failed to beat Texas ^ during the Dr. Pepper Red Rivet ,^1 Shootout in Dallas. And a dis appointing season has coach John Blake on the hot seat. A win against its interstate rival may be Blake’s only saving grace. #11 Kansas State (7-1,4-1) at; Kansas (5-4, 3-3) — Kansas e el] Memorial Stadium ■ The Wildcats dodged a ^ re . bullet last week against Texas | at J Tech thanks to its stingy I defense. K-State did not allow a J | touchdown, but almost failed to JOn P post one itself. Quarterback I Michael Bishop failed to get the "''I job done last week and was 'Pfl benched in the second half. men Kansas does not pose as :He| much of an offensive threat. ilatl The Jayhawks are ranked last jedl among 112 Division I-A teams ^nf and had not scored an offensive L touchdown in 13 quarters until tailback Eric Vann scored on a 1 -yard run against Iowa State on Saturday. The only hope the 1 ] Jayhawks have is a strong tail - 11 '’ wind and an accurate day from '■ kicker Joe Garcia. The freshman Eu| special teamer hit field goals of 21 and 44 yards in Kansas’ win over the Cyclones. "m it(| Jamie Burch is a senior speech communication major Class of ’98 pictures are being made for the 1998 ESS at A R Photography Texas Avenue EH 1410 Texas Avenue between Jason's Deli and Academy Visit A R Photography at their new location on Texas Ave. to have your free picture made today! The Texas A&M University Student Publications Board is accepting applications for iililtei 1 The Battalion (including radio and online editions) Spring 1998 The Spring '98 editor in chief will serve from Jan. 12 through May 8, 1998. Qualifications for editor in chief of The Battalion are: Be a Texas A&M student with a minimum 2.0 overall and major GPR at the time of appointment and during the term of office; Have at least one year experience in a responsible editorial position on The Battalion or comparable daily college newspaper, -OR- Have at least one year editorial experience on a commercial newspaper, -OR- Have completed at least 12 hours journalism, including JOUR 203 and 303 (Media Writing I and II), JOUR 301 (Mass Comm Law) and JOUR 304 (Editing for the Mass Media), or equivalent. Application forms should be picked up and returned to Francia Cagle in the Student Publications office, room 012 Reed McDonald Building. Deadline for submitting application: 5 p.m. Wednesday,| Nov. 12, 1997. Applicants will oe interviewed during the Student Publications Board Meeting beginning at 1 p.m. Monday,/ November 17, 1997, in room 221F Reed McDonald Building. Texas ASM is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The Student Publications Program is committed to increasing diversity and urges people from under-represented groups to apply