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The Battalion Classified Page 4 • Monday, July 12, 1999 Sports 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 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 addi tional 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. On top of the World U.S. Women’s Soccer Team captures second B. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR RENT HELP WANTED ****Help on the spot* 828-4832. Mason’s Mobile Car Repair. AUTO Cozy 2-story condo, 2bdrm/11/2bath, on Carter Creek, Bryan. Oakwood Townhomes. $545/mo. +$300/dep. 1-800-521-3988, 776-9833. Layne's hiring cooks &counter persons. Apply at 106- Walton or call 696-7633. 1990 Ford Mustang, 2-door, a/c, automatic, good tires, $3,200/o.b.O. 846-9431. First & last month rent w/security deposit you can own your new mobile home. 409-779-3408, 1-800-580- 3438. Need sitter ©home for 21/2yr. old boy. Need trans portation & better if speak Spanish. Call Virginia @690- 7444. 1993 Ford am/fm/cass. 2737. Festiva GL, 80,000mi., 5-spd, Excellent condition. $3,000/o.b.o. a/c, 696- AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR Floorplans and locations GALORE! 2 and 3 bedrooms duplexes and fourplexes, Now & for August preleasing, some fenced yards, w/d or w/d conn., some bills paid, shuttle. Starting @395/mo. United 694-9140. Now hiring substitutes and teacher aides for the Fall semester. Please call 846-1762 or 846-7298. Part-time flexible hours cleaning homes in B/CS. Need references, own transportation, &telephone. Starting salary $6.25/hr. +travel money. 690-6882. Mason's Mobile Car Repair. 4832. Help on the spot. 828- BED AND BREAKFAST Mobile home in Ramblewood MHP, Bryan, Spacious 3bdrm/2bath (16X72), all appliances, w/d conn., some bills paid. $475 plus lot rent. United 694-9140. Part-time help wanted. Experience preferred but not necessary. Will work schedule around school. Apply in person at Villa Maria & 29th, Bryan. Exquisite Victorian accommodations and romantic can dlelight dinners. Finest in the Brazos Valley. The Famous “Calvert Inn” Gourmet Bed & Breakfast and Restaurant. 364-2868. Newly renovated house, 3-other roommates, only $290/mo., close to campus. Call Licia for information (409)691-8206. HEATHER'S GLEN BED & BREAKFAST Elegantly restored Victorian Mansion in downtown Conroe. Perfect for overnight accommodations (private Jacuzzi bathtubs for two in bedrooms). Call for free brochures on weddings/ overnight accommodations. 1-800-66- JAMIE. HEATHERBB@AOL.COM Rosewood Villas Preleasing for Fall'99. Only 8 left, 3bdrm/2bth, $1,000/mo., 12mo. lease, just off 2818 in Southwood Valley, lastx or 846-1100. Part-time office assistant for busy real estate office. Organized person needed to answer phones, do com puter work and filing. Must have reliable transportation for running errands. This is a year around position which requires 12-18hrs./wk. Apply In person at Coventry Glen Realty, 1003-University Dr. East, C.Station., TX. STUDENTS LIVE FREE!! Buy new mobile home. Rent out room(s) and live Free. Call for details (409)822- 2929. Part-time position for energetic self-motivated clerk. Needed to coordinate front office activity, answering phones, processing information, filing & data entry. Flexible hours, between 8a.m.-6p.m., M-F. Call 823- 1775, ext.#100. COMPUTERS Sublease efficiency now to 8/15/99. deposit. FM2818. 862-7235. $245/mo. No Permanent full-time position for surgical assistant In oral surgeon’s office. Please call 764-7101 for information. Apple Macintosh tv/computer, cd-rom, hp color inkjet printer, software included. Call for details. $250/o.b.o. Please call 694-7796. Custom built computer: 8.4GB HDD, 32MB CD RAM, 40X CD ROM, Ethernet card, 4MB video, 16 bit sound, Windows 98, MS Works 4.5, MS Money, Bookshelf, 14” Compaq Monitor, & more! 694-1635. Townshire Manor- Large 1bdrm/1bath, 2bdrm/1bath, and 2bdrm/11/2bath available now or August preleas ing. Laundry on site, pool, some bills paid. Close to shopping & shuttle. Starting @$345/mo. United 694- 9140. Phone people needed promoting circus, time. 361-2370, 2-9p.m. W/D FOR RENT. Lease a brand new washer/dryer for only $28/month. BCG Leasing, 764-2019. Locally owned Soperated by Aggies! POSTAL JOBS to $18.35/HR. Inc. benefits, no experi ence. For app. and exam info, call 1-800-813-3585, Ext.7682, 8a.m.-9p.m., 7-days, fds, inc. DJ MUSIC "Party Block Mobile DJ**- Peter Block, experienced. Specializing in Weddings, tions, lights/smoke. Mobile to anywhere. 693-6294. professional/ TAMU func- Book early!! Walk to campus! Efficiency and one bedroom units in Northgate for August move-in. Partial bills paid to all bills paid. Starting @$325/mo. United 694-9140. FOR SALE FOR RENT 1-2/Bedroom apartments. Some with w/d, some near campus. $150-$325/mo. 696-2038. 14x42 Cameron mobile home 2bdrm./1bath great for student, fenced yard, located In Ramblewood Mobile Home Park. Call 260-7032 1-Bedroom apartment starting at $390/mo. Call today 693-1906. Doux Chene Apartments. 14’X76’ mobile home, 3bdrm/2bath, w/d, some furniture. In Oak Forest Mobile Home Park. $17,000. 764-0938. 1bdrm/1bath sublease, July and August. Call 693-9957 for more information. 1991 Hyundai Excel, 3-door, a/c, 88k miles, new clutch, radiator, battery, runs great. Moving price $1,000. Please call 696-3230. Senior Research Assistant- Molecular Marker/ Genomics. The Forage Biotechnology Group (FBG) at the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation ( is seeking a Senior Research Assistant will provide tech nical support in the use of molecular markers for identi fication of QTL and marker assisted breeding in forage grasses. Requires an MS in biological sciences or BS with two years of relevant work experience. Work expe riences should include the use of RFLP/AFLP or other molecular markers. Salary $24,890-$37,330 depending upon qualifications and experience. Attractive health and retirement benefits provided. Please send a letter of application, detailed resume, and arrange for three letters of reference to be sent to: ATTN: Position #40 - (FBG Senior Research Assistant), Human Resources Dept., The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, P.O. Box 2180, Ardmore, OK 73402. Applications will be received until a suitable applicant is found. The Noble Foundation is an E.O.E. Ibdrm/lbath w/balcony &fireplace, Villa Oaks, off 2818. $335/mo. +$200/dep. 1-800-521-3988,776-9833. 1995 Fleetwood mobile home. 2bdrm/1bath, $14,500, from individual. Call 1-800-856-0457. 2bdrm/11/2bath apartment sublease. College Main Apartments. $505/mo. normally $535/mo. 846-4328. 2bdrm/2bath apartment for sublease through May. No deposit. Pets ok. First floor. Close to campus. On shuttle. Treehouse-ll. $700/mo. Call 680-8381. 9-drawer dresser, good wood quality, needs refinishing $50, 1 -night stand w/glass case top $25, 2-coffee tables $30. Please call 680-9825. Summer Work part-time work- full-time pay! $10 per hour appointment. Scholarships available, flexible PT/FT Positions, Will train customer sales/service con ditions apply. Call 6967734. For Sale: Electric range $75, queen size sleeper sofa $50, rocker recliner $35. Please call 764-6718. 2bdrm/2bath condo, fireplace, w/d, plantation shutters, new paint & carpet, covered parking, own shuttle. No pets. $749/mo. 690-7949. Free double size loft; you move you get. 3bdrm/1bath recently remodeled house, deck, fenced, $697/mo. 1208-Phoenix (East three streets on Holleman from Wellborn), view then call 693-5885. Glass table & 4-chairs $80, waterbed $50, 7-year old bike $100. Prices negotiable. 696-3540 (home), 862- 3411, (office), The coldest air conditioning in town Sail the ice cold water &kool-aid you can drink- absolutely free. Come in, lie down, relax Seam some easy money. Donate plas ma. Earn $150/mo. while you save peoples lives. Call or come by for an appointment or more info. It’s so damn easy. Westgate Biologicals, 701-Univ. Drive East, 268-6050 or DCI Biologicals, 4223-Wellborn Road in the Westgate Shopping Center, just north of campus, 846- 8855. 3bdrm/2bath duplex, on shuttle route, $750/mo. April Bloom, C.Sta. 281-493-5395. Oak dresser 51/2”x11/2”x21/2’’, & mirror 41/2'’x21/2", $175, negotiable. Great for college! Please call Holley at 696-6227. The Texas Hall Of Fame is now hiring for all positions. Apply in person Tues.-Sat., 10a.m.-noon, to get The best” job in town. Call 822-2222 for directions. 3bdrm/2bath' huge house. 3904-Oaklawn (near Northgate). Available 8/15/99. $1,200/mo. 693-5885. 3bdrm/2bath, 1,700sq.ft, 2liv./2dine. MUST SEEM 1009 Ea.23rd. Available August. $850/mo. $500/dep. Page me @(817)450-5988. Perfection Plus!! ‘93 Schult 3bdrm/2bath mobile home. Ready to move into. Large rental lot. Don’t miss this one!! (409)822-4153. Want to be in the music business! Need webmaster and assistant (Professional webmaster not necessary). Great pay and easy/ flexible hours. Call Matt Peveto with Mustang Entertainment at 680-3811. 3bdrm/3bath brand new duplex, C.Sta., off Wellborn Road. Tile floors, w/d, fenced backyard, ceiling fans, walking pantry, great floor plan. $1,350/mo. Taking applications. Call 693-4075, leave message if no answer. Queen size waterbed, semi-waveless with heater, mat tress, 2 sets of waterbed sheets, great condition, $150/o.b.o. Please call Stuart at 693-7505. Town & Country 16X80 3bdrm/2bath. Just arrived. $199/mo. 10.75 APR. 10% down, 360 months W.A.C. 409-779-3408, 1 -800-580-3408. WILDLIFE JOBS to $21.60/HR. Inc. benefits. Game Wardens, Security, Maintenance, Park Rangers No exp. needed. For app. and exam info, call 1-800-813- 3585, Ext.7683, 8a.m.-9p.m., 7-days, fds, inc. MOTORCYCLE All beautiful locations. Large 1&2 bedrooms. All price ranges. Multiyear discounts available. 777-3371. Whirlpool refrigerator, almond, 20-21 cubic ft., ice maker included, $250/o.b.o. Call Lisa at 696-3286 or 281-385- 2026, leave a message. '94-Kawasaki EX250, 11k, 2-new tires, very clean, runs great, $1,700. 695-9179. Bryan duplex, 2824-Forest Bend, 2bdrm/11/2bath, w/d conn., fireplace, greenhouse window, no pets, $550/mo. 731-8951. HELP WANTED PERSONAL Bryan Townhomes- 3-2-1 studio available now and 2-2- 2 available for August move in. Great locations, all appl., one with w/d and fireplace, starting $725/mo. United 694-9140. A rapidly growing internet communication company is in search of a part-time computer hardware diagnostics technician. Computer Science or related field preferred. E-mail resume to EDDIE@PAYNET.NET or fax to Eddie at 775-4393. Girls!!! Live!!! 24hrs./day!l! Talk one-on-one! Call now!! 1-900-226-0334 xt.1045. $3.99/min., must be 18yrs. Serv-U (619)645-8434. Live chat line!! 24hrs/dayl! 1-900-226-8101, ext.#3301 &3302. $3.99/min. Mustbe18yrs. Bryan/College Station homes- Rosewood and Edelwiess subdivisions- 2 Spacious 3 bedrooms, fire place, garage w/opener, appliances, fans, yard. Approx. 1,600 and 1,800 sq.ft. Both available early August. $1,250 and $1,295. Students (limit 3) with good refer ences! United 694-9140. Babysitter wanted. Afternoons, M/T/Th, starting mid- Aug., some light housework, $6/hr. Call 694-6693. Meet New People The Fun Way Today. 1-900-328- 3132, Ext.#2001. $2.99/min. Must be 18yrs. Serv-U: 619-645-8434. Cashiers, kitchen help needed, immediate hiring. Church Street, Burger Boy, Northgate. 846-2146. C.Sta. 4-plexes, studio style: 707-San Pedro, 2bdrm/1bath, w/d provided, water paid, $525/mo. 2405- Bosque, 2bdrm/1bath, ceiling fans, no pets, $425/mo. 731-8951. Child care person needed to care for energetic 7-month old. $5.15/hr. M-F, 8a.m.-5p.m. until September 2000. (409)776-6884, fax resume to (409)774-3008. Meet your match!! 1-900-226-5883, ext.#7175. $2.99/min., must be 18yrs. Serv-U: (619)645-8434. Tired Of Plain Web Surfin’? Learn how to Power Surf! 1-900-830-4700 xt.2577. $2.99/min., must be 18yrs. Serv-U (619)645-8434. Earn extra income by cleaning office M-F, after 5p.m. 823-5031. PETS College Station 4-plex available August 15th, 2bdrm/11/2bath, w/d, shuttle, some fenced yards, $495- $535/mo. 693-0551,764-8051. College Station- PREMIERING TWO NEW 3bdrm/3bath duplexes, approx. 1,400 and 1,500 sq.ft. Microwave, W/D, ice maker, lawn care, one plan with security alarm. August move in. Starting @$1,195/mo. United 694-9140. Enhanced Technology company seeks 12-marketing representatives in area. Will train. Gain marketing, pub lic relations &business experience. Call toll-free 1 -877- 785-8568. Adopt: Puppies, Kittens, Cats, Dogs, breeds! Brazos Animal Shelter-775-5755. Many pure Full-time office assistant needed. Basic knowledge of computer, bookkeeping & collections. Must be highly organized w/good phone etiquette Speople skills. Apply in person after 10:00a.m. @307-So. Main #101, Bryan. Beautiful great puppies! Weimaraners, 6wks, silver and fawns, shots & wormed, $200. Please call 272-1223. Free to good home. Female cat, spade, declawed, cur rent shots, very sweet. 694-0130 SUMMER & ACADEMIC YEAR LEASES Starting at $189/month FURNISHED ROOMS WITH ALL BILLS PAID, FREE PHONE, CABLE & PRIVATE SHUTTLE. CALL 779-7091 OPTOMETRIST ASSISTANT 1 POSITION AVAILABLE Mon.-Fri., 8:30a.m.-1:00p.m. Saturday 9:30a.m.-1:00p.m. Typing required. No experience necessary. Call 846-0377 for interview ROOMMATES 2/F/Rmmte. 3bdrm/31/2bath. Own bdrm/bath. Ashford Duplexes. SWPKwy. Partially furnished. $383/mo. +bills. Ashley, 822-5083. F-Roommate. 2bdrm/11/2bath apartment. $290/mo. + 1 futilities. $150/dep. .7-miles from A&M. 512-365- 1175. F-Roommate. 3bdrm/11/2bath house, near campus. $150/mo. +1 futilities. Call Becky @764-9473. The Houston Chronicle Needs carriers for summer & fall semester paper routes. $600-$900/mo. plus gas allowance. For information please contact: Mike at 693-7815 Julian at 693-2323 or Wanted On-Campus Managers Earn up to $4000+ this fall! Need young entrepreneurs to gain valuable managerial experience with expanding Internet Company. Great opportunity for business- minded individuals to earn extra $$$ and build their resumes. E-mail or call (305) 936-9909 F/Roommate. 2bdrm/1bath. $350/mo. All bills paid. Christian, love animals, serious student. 680-1960. M-Roommate needed. Fall-“99. Yellowhouse Apartments. $250/mo. +1/2bills. Call Heath @694- 8880. M/F-Roommate needed. 2bdrm/2bath apartment. $275/mo.+1 futilities. Non-smoker, good values. 694- 0844. Male/Female roommate needed for next year. Great 4bdrm.-2bth. house within walking distance to campus. $325/mo. +1/4bills. Collage student only. 693-6543. Needed. M-Roommate, non-smoker, upper-classman preferred, own bdrm/bath. $350/mo. +1 futilities. Tim 822-0840. Roommate needed a.s.a.p. to share 3-bedroom house w/2 grad students. $295/mo. All bills paid. 680-1832. Allergy Associates is now hiring the following positions: INJECTIONIST/MIXING TECHNICIAN: We will train a college graduate to administer injections and mix antigen in our fast paced clinic. Attention to detail, compassion and a charismatic personality are essential for these positions. This is an ideal situation for the pre-med student planning on medical school in the fall of 2001. All positions require a one year commitment. Please send resume or apply in person: Allergy Associates of the Brazos Valley Attn: Employee Relations Manager 2706 Osier Blvd., Bryan, TX 77802 Fax: 409-776-4260 We offer excellent benefits and competitive salaries. E.O.E. Roommates. Nice 4-bedroom house, male, Christian values. $298/mo. each. 1-800-469-8123, 7777@tone SERVICES 3e/min. long distance to anywhere in the U.S. (409)571-8333 AAA Texas Defensive Driving. Lots-of-furi, Laugh-a-lot!! Ticket dismissal/insurance discount. M-T(6pm-9pm), W-Th(6pm-9pm), Fri(6pm-8pm) &Sat(10am-2:30pm), Sat(8am-2:30pm). Inside BankofAmerica. Walk-ins welcome. $25/cash. Lowest price allowed by law. 111- Univ. Dr., Ste.217. 846-6117. Show-up 30/min. early. (CP-0017). Confused over career selection? Use a proven method to match your personal style to the right career. Bright Futures Career Consulting, 229-9924. TUTORS Experienced Tutor- specialty crash and burn recovery. Math, most Sciences. Average test increase 25-points. Leave message 690-7928. WEIGHT LOSS Metabolite and MetrimPlus. Get serious about losing weight! Special student prices. MC/VISA/AmExp. Free Delivery in B/CS. 695-6983 775-7676. PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Playing through heat, exhaustion and tension, the two best women’s soccer teams on the planet could not shake one another. Something had to give. And after 120 minutes without a score, including a sudden-death overtime, something did. Briana Scurry’s fingertips, Kristine Lilly’s head and Brandi Chastain’s foot made all the dif ference against China in the World Cup final Saturday. “Each of us have hearts too big for our chests,” Chastain, who scored the winning penalty kick in the shootout then dropped to her knees and ripped her white jersey, said. She swung the shirt over her head as her jubilant U.S. team mates mobbed her and the record crowd of 90,185 at the Rose Bowl cheered wildly. “Momentary insanity,” Chastain said. “1 just lost my mind. I thought, ‘My God, this is the greatest moment of my life on the soccer field.’” It was also the greatest moment for a team that captured America with its style and grace and now has conquered the world. Chastain’s goal, which fol lowed a save by Scurry in the shootout, gave the U.S. team the prestigious trophy in soccer before the largest crowd ever to see a women’s game. “I knew I had to stop just one and my teammates would put all of them in,” Scurry, who stopped Liu Ying on the third attempt in the shootout, said. “I went totally on instinct.” The festive gathering in 90- degree heat included President Clinton. The crowd roared when Scurry made the diving save to her left. Moments later, the roared even louder, their cheers reverberating off the San Gabriel Mountains, as Chastain won it. None of it would have been possible if not for Lilly. She saved her team in the 100th minute dur ing the sudden-death overtime, heading a shot off the goal line. “It’s not a goal if it’s not there,” she said. “After I did it, I wanted to get downfield and > 1% & M i -m mo roui ry, S t is p ii icloss tl flumci iblayir ■\\ hili yj Ii tra .iel R la ihc te itral ' fa to fe I It is I can ( pt com iltsvi ;lj des n set en m I'Hii Mined t )PI ortu Bards v let catH it Prisi (lie. I Jones frjim his Hrimett He sc whicl th raz JOHN T. GREIUCKAP U.S.A.’s Brandi Chastain (6) moves around China’s WangLipintca ght, for the ball during the second half of their April 25th game. Ctefint las won the World Cup for the U.S. Saturday when she successful!)B Befor verted her penalty kick. score and end the game quickly.” No way. It would go on for 20 more minutes, and then into the shootout. Chastain, who was cut from the national team in 1994 and had to work her way back onto it, posed for Gear Magazine in June with nothing but a strategically placed soccer ball hiding her naked body. This time, she revealed a black sports bra as she and her teammates leapt on one another in celebration. “You saw the courage of the American team,” U.S. coach Tony DiCicco said. “They just fought and fought and fought. These are two champions here today, and only one is taking a trophy home. ■le. On irer Gt: “When we win, it mean;* . ..■methn America wins. They sou.,..— omize what America is all alt* 55 ' 00 With the game finallyovcB eak 0l ] U.S. players jumped about* actual whatever energy theyhadleiB He w ‘ lowing two hours of exk soccer and the tension! shootout. After they received championship medals, jogged around the field,can three huge American flags T fans roared and chanted“li U-S-A.” A cloudburst of confetti t tered the field as Somyrantoi , stands to slap h.inds withi) IQ Q She then got down on both ta and saluted the crowd, w! rphe was chanting “Scurry,Scurn I m , -L on tacle tc Stars join in on All-Star festivity BOSTON (AP) — Matt Damon stepped to the plate, missed one pitch, hit four others foul and put only two balls into fair territory. Not exactly a McGwiresque performance, but a crowd pleaser nonetheless. The actor from Cambridge, Mass., took part in Sunday’s Celebrity Hitting Challenge, part of five days of events leading to Tuesday night’s All-Star game. So did actor Kevin Costner, who fared better. “I came out to see Kevin Costner because I think he’s cute and I wanted to see if he could play base ball,” said Casey Levesque, 6, of Fall River. The last time the All-Star game was in Fenway Park was in 1961. There was no Celebrity Hitting Challenge, no FanFest, no Home Run Derby, no Futures Game. The spotlight was, simply, on the game. And that is where it remains despite all the sidelights. “I don’t think that takes the spotlight off the game,” Damon said before taking his cuts, "Hi just some kind of warmup stuff, revenue eace in er Yu- ioslavia will pi to be tin city, an excuse to come out to the ballparkd 'ggest i sunny day for a lot of people.” It was a chance for those people to feelpt' the All-Star experience even if they can notai! eased, the game in 33,871-seat Fenway Park, thesmai stadium in the majors. In Sunday’s hitting challenge, four teamsoft as not le of al Althc een stc ave bei For tl Soccer Continued from Page 3 youth club teams,” Warne said. “Teams come from all across the state to compete.” Warne said they are also hoping to earn a sponsorship from Adidas. Currently, players must pay a fee for uniforms and equipment and provide their own gear such as shoes and shin guards. Many club sports also have to rely on their own players to be coaches. This year, Dave Henderson is giving up play- players each — a celebrity, a former major le; All-Star and a retired Red Sox star — earned pt ’ay see for hitting the ball to certain spots on thei fhved, Despite Damon’s problems, his team won bee rounde of the hitting of Jim Rice and Steve Garvey. F But u It also was special for Doug Flutie, the Bu®anent Bills quarterback who won the Heisman Trap current' Boston College. He lined one ball off the cftwed b Monster in left field during the celebrity contef Forp levied fprgive t 1 It ma feot be t< ing time to focus on coaching. Warne said tli not b e n just a part of the team’s commitment to imptilas Albm “Teamwide we’re being more responsible.f 0r veno professional about the way the team is riBj ct W j|| Warne said. “We all realize it has to be motltbe Balk a commitment.” I j n ^ Warne said the team is hoping to improwfef u „ ees its fifth-place National finish from last year, miued n “The goal this year is to make Nationalsaljf anc | a |^ and win the whole thing,” he said. | g . Tryouts for the 1999-2000 team begir. c ] e , August 31 at O.R. Simpson Drill Field. Cjf, start Sept. 11 against Rice. 1 Part-Time Marketing Asst. Rentsys Inc., rents personal computers, workstations and peripheral products to Fortune 2000 nationwide. Hardware installation and software loads on desktops and laptops from Dell, Compaq and IBM are the focus of the business. Once completed, the equipment is delivered, set-up and supported in a variety of corporate settings, from trade shows and user conferences nationwide, to local installs. Opportunities exist for an individual with experience in Quark, Publisher or Photoshop to work with the marketing team to design and produce graphics for all promotional materials. Duties also include marketing research, data entry, copy writing and project management. Hours available, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. You must be able to work 25 hours per week or more. UCS promotes a healthy lifestyle by sponsoring a variety of sports events and hiring only non-tobac co users. Come start your career with a winning team! EOF. To apply, please call Mon. - Thurs., 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. or visit our website. 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