The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 22, 2002, Image 7

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

y. March 22,| (price must sonal possessic'i i doesn’t sell, ilify for the 5 ed early. b or 1-yr >o- w/d. Shuttle art time cooks needed. 1-2933. 2p.m. Please Call Heather 255-6324 duplexes pre-t )th, w/d connea no. 693-1448 LOST & FOUND dos, 4/4 with ai d ' pets. AvailateJ necklace. Ags from spring break |Lake Havasu have my friends necklace, asecall 696-3248. MISCELLANEOUS For Rent. DonJ 8th whitening systems. Same as ■yer, S28/montt 1 n| ' sts use Gels rated #1. Save up to ' From $68.95-$129.95 -t-S&H. Toll gee 1-888-48-white (94483). asing, Local, Fd MOTORCYCLE top throwing S aJ 86 Suzuki VS700 Intruder. Runs great. er rooms out. Li ’21. I idytoride. 979-775-4807. Suzuki Intruder 800, fully custom |hrome, loud +maroon, $3400. 779- 3bdrm/3ba dip 78. app& w/d, sec. | y ama h a virago, excellent condition, mo. Vulin, Cow ’oo.mies, black, sounds great. >4/764-902Lj200/o.b.o. Contact 324-6138. SALE IN, FUN, FUN 00 KE100, low miles, BBI cellent condition, $2000/negotiable. oership to Tola ‘§5.1220 )4-0284. _ peters +mopeds from $800 at www.giz- or email x, end of cul-dn ose to eve r '‘fibno@ )97. / nice, $1000 ails. eless will pay : and give you SJ| )79-574-8780 perienced drummer needed. Start gig- ■j igJmmediately for Texas Country Band. >492-7140. be moved, MUSIC PETS nq bands, 14K) opt Pets: Brazos Animal Shelter, n 9 in width, .# 5755 ’ Paid $550, e^ck Lab/Weimeraner, 7 months old, fe- spayed, all shots/vaccines, large home 2bdm®!' ouse7 auto feeder -$100. Call Nick SF F«39 ht blue Scream t >150 for both. I Ixer pups, akc-reg. Shots, wormed, Itclaws, Stalls cut, brindle and white, Id flashy fawn, ready to take home, lo/ea. 919-229-5384. sale, registered rotweiler puppies born ANTED ^lb-11, $350- females, $400- males. ady for sale Easter weekend. 979-773- , dancers$$S. “ ^ <ing 690-1478, e Cats Cradle has fabulous felines for option with a difference! Student dis- Cashiers" w ari rnts. 15-mins south of CS. (936)825- :lass schedules. 1 to, (936)870-6295. t Burger King, ff iaza. get paid $$$ ,ci M Southwood, CS- 3/2, many up- ) next 30 days i'fpes. 979-694-7127. $115,900. 1-800-311-5® REAL ESTATE — jdent Special: 16X80 manufactured ,0 Summer Cai me 3/2, fully furnished, many extras. , New England. 0i ooo/o.b.O. 979-255-5349. C Tennis, Bas< occer Basebafi f"’ kir, 9 of se,lin 9 y° ur home? F : REE ifeguards, WSl ndsurfing, Arc >ing, ROP 05 ’'-, Ceramics, Wot Arlene Str® sa ' Roommate needed for summer and fall^ masters. 2bdrm/2bth, w/d, bus-route, ^^39/mo. Call Terra 680-9990. irdays. Must W ■years. No crW'’ 693-9294. idividuals with^ Roommate needed for summer, fall, and pring. 2bdrm/2bath apartment $375/mo 1-2130. emale, non-smoker roommate needed summer or fall. Furnished )drm/1.5bth condo, on shuttle, w/d, yard, pool, no deposit. $375/mo. )f~Big12 Swm-ffutilities, call 693-8978. tions. Apply ■r Creek, 4455 hotographers., :k, over the net market analysis of your perty. iker, Century21. ROOMMATES roommate needed for April pre-lease, lymove-in. 4bdrm/2.5bath house, 2800 ft. $375/mo +1/4-bills. 696-4876. WeeW 1 tave message. eded. . able. Apply'"fF Roommate 13. on board pc 5 ® efits. Seasonal 6434, WWW.CN needed, $175/mo. IMbills, clean, pets ok. Call 779-0530. led: female roommate to sublet room University Commons for fall semester, eat price. Call Carol at 696-0029. miner sublease, f-roommate wanted, m bedroom, rent $250/mo. Call 694- SERVICES Texas Defensive Driving. Lots-of- Laugh-a-lotM Ticket dismissal/insur- discount. M-T(6pm-9pm), W- i(6pm-9pm), Fri.&Sat.- Fri(6pm-8pm) iSat(10am-2:3Opm), Sat(8am-2:30pm). BankofAmerica. Walk-ins wel- $25/cash. Lowest price allowed by 111-Univ. Dr., Ste.217. 846-6117. iw-up 30/min. early. (CP-0017). iee Pregnancy Test; Hope Pregnancy enters, College Station 695-9193, Bryan —r^^d1o^S |), 16-1097; Post Abortion Peer Counseling Reasonable ? 95-9193. ay/ 764-4 alendef f free consul^ our prole 55 * naging H0l4 ;: The Battalion Classified Advertising • Easy • Affordable • Effective For information,, call 845-0569 SPORTS THE BATTALION 7 Friday, March 22, 2002 Classifieds continued from pg. 6 HELP WANTED ifeguards Needed!!! In Houston/Katy. all 281-376-6510 or visit us at; Aggies don pads in practice edical office now hiring full-time Medical ssistant. Great experience for student plying for medical school. Position re lates a one year commitment. Salary ised on experience. Please fax resume (979)776-4260 or apply in person at Al- rgy Associates, 2706 Osier Blvd., Bryan 77802. Koppe Bridge, ^ nfclMT j(j e Cleaners is hiring part-time counter Ip. Tuesday/Thursday 3-7:30 and Sat. Lcmuutt True Brown n part-time sales assistant positions ailable in large insurance agency. Each 2/2 in a 3/3zlirting at $8/hr. M/W 1pm-6pm and ev- b-futilities. 764'3jf7 other Saturday from 10am-2pm, the 1 cond position would be T/TH 1pm-6pm 2bdrm/2bth ne« ■ ^ ever 7 other Saturday from 10am-2pm. roommate S3?:l lties wou,d include helping the sales "1 iff with marketing and insurance propos- |ai. Please submit resume to: The Liere urnished2/1nezl|ency, 1101 University Dr. East, Ste. 693-8843. Kg College Station, TX 77840. 3/Stories, decks * NE ED HELP!!!! Office worker need- g. Garage apaml Mon.-Thurs. 12:00-5:00 Some Satur- pool, available ( Bvs 10:00-2:00. Please call: 696-4464 The Texas A&M football team practiced in full pads for the first time in spring drills for about two hours on the grass practice fields. For the second straight practice, junior linebacker Jarrod Penright was limited to doing light condi tioning. Football head coach R.C. Slocum said the players were ready to get back in to full pads. “This was a good practice,” Slocum said. “The kids were excited to get out here. We had a beautiful day, and we had a good afternoon.” Slocum said the Aggies would use the second half of Friday’s practice to scrimmage. Offense on top During 11-on-l 1 drills A&M’s offense looked good, especially in passing situations. Junior quarter back Mark Farris had only one incompletion against the first team defense and went 4-for-4 against the second-team defense. Freshman receiver Terrence Thomas and sophomore Jamaar Taylor were Farris’ favorite targets during the drills. Freshman running back Derek Farmer also looked solid, breaking three lengthy runs in a row against the second team defense. Junior tailback Dwain Goynes, who was switched from wide receiver to the offensive backfield at the beginning of spring drills, showed off his speed on a few runs in goal line situations. “I’ve been pleased with that move,” Slocum said. “He went out there today and had some good full-speed stuff on the inside drill and he ran inside pretty good.” Tight end targets After spending much of last season without an experienced tight end on the field, tight ends coach Tam Hollingshead five freshmen working out under his direction Thursday: Thomas Carriger, Haven Massey, Joey Perot, David Ross and Donny Stringer. Carriger, a converted defensive lineman, saw most of the action at tight end for the Aggies after a rash of injuries sent A&M scrambling for a replacement. Of the tight ends currently on the team, Carriger and Perot are the front-runners for the starting job in the spring but will compete with new recruits Patrick Fleming, Quinlin Germany and Taylor Schuster for the starting job. “We’ve got a lot of young guys that are going to have to step up (at tight end),” Slocum said. “That’s a big step to get up to this level, but we’re counting on those freshmen coming in.” Bagwell leads Astros over Indians WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (AP) — Jeff Bagwell’s shoulder is still hurting. His swing looks more than healthy, though. Bagwell, who had surgery on his right shoulder this winter, homered twice Thursday to lead the Houston Astros to a 5-3 win over the Cleveland Indians. Bagwell hit a solo shot to right field in the sixth inning and then pulled a two-run homer to left in the eighth off Jeff D’Amico (0-2). “It’s getting there,’’ Bagwell said as reached into his locker left-handed while balancing the Tennis Continued from page 5 tournament last week, where they beat Rice and with 300 Division I tennis teams. Anyone that’s ranked in the thirties is a great team that has a chance at beating any team in the country.” The Aggies also had four individual players ranked nation ally: Newport, No. 88 senior Jarin Skube and No. 104 fresh man Lester Cook. Freshman Ante Matijevic debuted in the rankings at No. 92. The duo of Newport and Cook was ranked as the No. 26 doubles team in the first dou bles’ ranking of the season that was released earlier this week. “In the past few years, A&M has done an amazing job at find ing great players,” said Tulsa head coach Vince Westbrook. “They have established them selves as one of the best teams in the country, and A&M is a great environment to play in. We know that in college tennis any team can win on any given day, so we look forward to heading out there and seeing how we can do.” Also playing well for the Aggies are senior Keith From and sophomore Khaled El Dorry. After struggling to begin the season. From has scored four consecutive singles victories, and El Dorry has been the most consistent player on the Aggie team, standing unde feated in dual match competition. “We’ve talked a lot this season about finding what role everyone fits in on this team,” Cass said. “The leadership role that Ryan, Keith, and Jarin have had to take on this season is very important for the success of this team, and I think Ante and Lester are easily among the top five freshmen in the country. And with Khaled being undefeated so far, he’s given a huge lift to this team.” mountain of ice wrapped on his right shoulder. “There’s not much I can do but push through it.’’ That is exactly what he did last year, playing in 161 games for the Astros despite the pain in his shoulder. This spring, he had been playing mostly as the club’s designated hitter before returning to first base last week. Tripp Cromer also homered for the Astros. Reliever T.J. Mathews his first win of the spring and Pete Munro worked one inning for the save. Houston starter Dave Mlicki allowed two runs and five hits in six innings. NEWS IN BRIEF Aggies host Big 12 leading Oklahoma The 17th-ranked Texas A&M baseball team hosts the 18th- ranked Oklahoma Sooners in Big 12 action this weekend at Olsen Field. First pitch on Friday and Saturday is set for 7 p.m., while Sunday's series finale starts at 1 p.m. A&M (18-9, 5-4 Big 12) is ranked 17th Baseball, 19th by Baseball America and 21st by Baseball Weekly. The Aggies snapped a four- game losing streak on Tuesday ALEXANDER by Collegiate when they rallied to beat Sam Houston State, 5-2, at Olsen Field. Texas A&M had previously fallen to UT-San Antonio and then lost all three games at No. 11 Nebraska last weekend. Oklahoma (15-5, 3-0) is ranked 18th by Collegiate Baseball and 22nd by both Baseball America and Baseball Weekly. The Sooners are coming off a tough series with Arizona State in Phoenix. OU took two of three games from the Sun Devils as they won the first (6-3) and third (7-5) games of the series while drop ping the second game, 6-4. Oklahoma did not play a mid week game this past week, and leads the Big 12 standings by percentage points thanks to a three-game sweep of Missouri to open league play. SIGN AT U R E PAR K PRE-LEASING NOW! . 1 bedroom starting at *625 2 bedrooms starting at *840 3 bedrooms starting at *1130 about our specials 3780 Copperfleld Dr., • Bryan, Tx 77802 979-774-5556 aggiesearch Tulsa Continued from page 5 because it gives us a great deal of confidence and momentum going into sin gles play.” In singles, the Aggies have been led by Roland this sea son, as well as by senior Olivia Karlikova, a strong player as of late; however, each of the last four wins by the Aggies has been dominat ed by the team’s play on the singles courts. “Our depth is our strength,” Kleinecke said. “When you get the strong play at our top courts, it puts an exclamation on just how deep we are.” V: PizzaworksJ SaCdodtery lidjjjjj: ©pcBsOaO All you can eat Peproni Rolls™ $ 3.99 6pm-9pm Dine in only *addl salad bar & drink for $ 1.99 or "‘domestic longnecks $ 1.50 919 Harvey Woodstone Cener 2©@=>[D5ffl!7[i Northgate 3505 Longmire Dr. 2002 E. 29th Next to Blinn MEET ME AT SATCHELS $ 1 — Longnecks all day / every day Across the street from Traditions Dorm 260-8850 FREE PARKING BEHIND SHADOW CANYON Now hiring for full or part time overnight weekend position. kinko's Great opportunity for job advancement! Come into Kinko’s or apply online at click “careers” then “career search” or call us at - 979-846-8721 - Spr t_j t r-d ~ i ~ ct cp^vR r -i i & rv i at fvt nr . ^ C> CG I I C > IXf -i ix l-s. c - j N.’ii < t-|-v ‘jE.joqzcrrroz'T cofAtzwTSSJroysr BLJSH L/II3R7\RV T uesciciyv IV1LA.RCTTT 26, 2002 7:00 FMVt 1/2 ^21 t SUPREME PAINT SERVICE • Includes Value Prep • Reg. s 399 95 C| : Now... Must present coupon at time of estimate. Hurry...Limited time offer! B RYAN - • 823-3008" 1300 South College (1 mile north of Villa Maria) Insurance Claims Welcome Trucks, vans, SUVs and large cars extra. Does not indude materials and waste removal. Not valid willi any other offer. MAACO Aalo ^^^ainlin^^o^work^enler^rnndegendetnJranchise^nVIAACOJnler^nsesJii^rkesJioumin^miceMTia^ar^^^ NATIONAL LAMPOON IS BACK! ^ABSOLUTELY HTSHWCAL... ANOTHER LEGENDARY NATIONAL LAMPOON CLASSIC” -Golden Gale Xpress, San Francisco Stale University "YmriA LOVE EVERY STICKY MINUTE OF IT" -Cal Stale Hayward Pioneer FUNNIEST THING SINCE SLICED BREAD!" -UMBC Retriever mmm Mmmsm wmmm m •Towsaa University Toweriigh, "RYAN REYNOLDS IS FANTASTIC" •Boston College Heights "HILARIOUS 1 NEVER UtUGHlU 50 HA m IN MY LIFE" -KLSU-FM, Louisiona Stale University ,^^Q/ THIS FILM IS NOT YET RATED THE TRADITION CONTINUES THIS SPRING lARTI SANl © 2001 Die Sechste World Media Productions GmbH & Co. Medien und Musik KG. Ail Rights Reserved.