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20—The Daily Collegian Friday, Feb. 10, 1984 Lady fencers on the road for tri-meet in Baltimore By STACY NOONAN Collegian Sports Writer The women's fencing team will try to continue its winning ways Saturday when it travels to Balti more for a meet at Johns Hopkins with Goucher College and William and Mary. Last Saturday the Lady Lions defeated Carnegie-Mellon, James Madison, Duke, Northwestern, and the University of North Caroli na in their largest home meet of the year. Penn State has not fenced any of the other schools in this weekend's competition so far this season. Lady Lion Head Coach Beth Al phin expects William and Mary to HOUSES FLORIDA HOMES, HOMESITES, Condos, Vacation, Ownership. Harvey Cresswell, Realtor rep resenting Dellona Corp. Call Jane Harkavy, 234.2300 (office) or 234-5206 (home). .U-HAUL Will rent your motor-home for you. Save on taxes and repairs. Call 234-8719 WANTED TO RENT FALL 84 ONLY! Female needs place to live. Please call Tammy, 234.9795 HELP! MALE NEEDS room or apartment for Fall - 1984 only! Please call 234-9795. NEED TO RENT for summer. and 84.85, 1/2 of a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment or one bedroom of a house. Call Cindy at 865-5628 a.s.a.p. TWO FEMALES NEED place to live: Fall semester 1984 only. Please call Linda 238.3204 TWO FEMALES WANT to sublet room or apartment for Fall 'B4 only. Call Becky or Robin, 237- 8514 ::.:::.-',:wANTEp•:...::,:'..- E BUYING CLASS RINGS, gold, silver. Highest prices paid any where. We also sell diamonds and fine jewelry at wholesale MULTI--LEVEL MAIL order Earn prices. The Diamond and Jewel- extra income from home as an ry Exchange, in the Allenway international home shopping Bldg., 301 S. Allen Street. Call broker. Division of a major U.S. for prices. 237-79073 corporation. Free Details. P.O. Box 171, New Stanton, PA. 15672 GOLD AND SILVER. Will pick up. Leland Enterpris'es 238.2553 give the Lady Lions their toughest competition. . "William and Mary usually has a very nice team," Alphin said. "'They usually give us an interest ing battle." Alphin also said she will be fencing many of the reserve fencers in this meet to give them more experience. Hope Meyer, who was unde feated in last weekend's meet, and Alyson Frost are expected to lead the team Saturday. No. 1 fencer Jana Angelakis, who took second place at the de- Beaumont Tournament in London last Saturday, will be in Gopping en, Germany for another World Cup event and will not be able to fence in this weekend's meet. COLLEGIAN CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED: HEALTHY, BRIGHT college student in need of an alternative to an unplanned pre gnancy. A loving couple waits for your collect call day/night (412)678-7721 or (412)824.7050 WANTED TO BUY or borrow: LP "Groovin" by the Young Ras cals. Originally published by At lantic Records ÷SDIB4B. W. i I ling to pay sss. Stan 238-5103. Leave message HELP WANTED AIRLINES ARE HIRING! Flight attendants reservationists! $l4- 39,000 Worldwide! Call for direc tory, guide, newsletter. (916) 944-4440 ext. PennStateAir CAMP COUNSELORS out standing slim and trim down camps: tennis, dance, slimnas tics, WSI, athletics, nutrition /dietetics. 20 plus separate girls' and boys' camps, 7 weeks. Camp Camelot on college campuses at Mass., Penn., N. Carolina, Calif. Send resume: Michele Friedman, Director, 947 Hewlett Drive, North Woodmere, N.Y. 11581, (516) 374-0785 COUNSELORS WANTED FOR childrens' overnight camp. Swimming, sailing, athletics, hiking, etc. M. Glaser 7577 Mal vern Ave., Phila., PA. 19151 (215)477-1968 CRUISERSHIPS ARE HIRING! $l6-$30,000! Carribean, Hawaii, World. Call for guide directory, newsletter, (916)944.4440 ext. PennStateCruise . EARN $BO-$l2O per month as a Sera-Tec. plasma donor. Had mono recently? Ask about our $5O per donation Mono program 237-5761 FULL-TIME/ :PART-TIME eve nings. Sera-Tec Biologicals is accepting applications for em ployment. Both shifts require evening hours. Call 237-5761 GRAD WORK STUDY •student needed to collate survey results. Flexible working arrangements. Call Dick 865.1807. Explore the cozy hideaways at PARKWAY PLAZA. Hibernate any hot summer day on your balcony and study in air-conditioned comfort . . . or enjoy a refreshing plunge in your private pool. Your swim-club membership is free. PARKWAY is solidly constructed too; be distracted by your stem. ALL utilities are , including cable TV and We Care" maintenance. liable. Office hours NEED LAUNDRY AND ironing done weekly. Pick-up, delivery required. Must be available regu larly. Pay negotiable. Call 238- 2853 after Bpm OVERSEAS JOBS. SUMMER, year round. Europe, South Amer ica, Australia, Asia. All fields. $9OO-2000/month. Sightseeing. Free information. Write IJC, PO Box 52•PA7 Corona del Mar, CA 92625 PHYSICAL THERAPY- CHAL LENGING opportunities for CA REER minded licensed or licensure-eligible physical thera pists in our CARF-JCAH accred ited Rehabilitation Center which has a 10 year tradition of excel lence. The Rehabilitation Center offers experience with Pain Management, Cardiac Rehabili tation, Pulmonary and Black Lung, Spinal Cord injury, Head Trauma, Geriatrics, Orthoped ics, Pediatrics SUMMER COUN SELORS wanted for N.H. children's camp. Positions avail able in water and ground sports, arts, sciences, skating etc. Call 865-6877 $553.75/hr. is the starting sala ry!!! Your choice of only two nights per week --Fits ideally into your schedule. Phone solic itation to PSU alumni. Applica tions available in 113 EEW. $1,000.00 STUFFING ENVE LOPES! Free details I Send self addressed envelope: Southland Books c/o Kathy, 320 E. Beaver ave. 403 , State College, Pa. 16801 WORD PROCESSING - rough draft/letter quality: theses, re ports, mailing lists, graphics, more! Call: STAR MAKER MACHINE s WORKS Weekdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. - 234.1057. ACCURATE PROFESSIONAL IST near campus. IBM memory typewriter. Letters, papers, theses. Diane, after 2, 237.4948, 237-3027 CALL BARBARA, 238-7207, p r o f es - sional typist. Registered w/Grad School for dissertations/theses. All business correspondence, aca demic work, tape transcription. Quality/experience. Also: Mailing list/repetitive letters. M, 2.BEDRM, ►IOB AVAILABLE. AZA at 238.3432. Belcher case reveals free agent flaw By BRUCE LOWITT AP Sports Writer NEW YORK Don Fehr, executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, said yesterday the rule enabling the Oakland A's to take pitcher Tim Belcher away from the New York Yankees "indicates there are very serious prob lems with the whole compensation system." As compensation for the loss of pitcher Tom Underwood, a Type A free agent, to Baltimore, the A's dipped into the Yankees' farm system Wednes day and picked Belcher, a 21-year-old right-hander signed to a pro contract only last week. Belcher was drafted three days after the Yan kees submitted their list of 26 protected players. As soon-as he signed last Monday, his name went into the pool of players available to those teams losing players to free agency. It was the second time a New York team had been hit by the compensation issue. Last month, the New York Mets gambled by not protecting veteran pitcher Tom Seaver and lost the symbol of their glory years to the Chicago White Sox. PROFESSIONAL TYPING FOR all LOST AT PHI Si last Wednesday- FOUND KEYCHAIN WITH single your needs. Grad school certified. lined denim• jacket padded key near busstop at Shortlidge Campus delivery. Rush jobs possi- shoulders. Key-gloves in pocket. and Pollock. Contact Collegian ble. 359-3068 865-2427. Office LAMORES "Delivering Balloon Bouquets for Birthdays, Valentine's Day and All Occasions" I ; • ) Order .40000 0., .Today! ?!.. 234-3030 DESPERATELY NEED RIDE to Richmond, Virginia March 2nd-- Spring break weekend. Please calkLinda 238.3204 RIDERS NEEDED EVERY Friday to Exits 23, 24. Round trips only $2O. Call Steve 234.2483 LOST BEIGE VELCRO WALLET. Inter ested only in having I.D. re• turned. No questions asked. Call 234-1779 BROWN SUEDE Jacket missing from AXP fraternity Saturday night if you have it please call 237-1882. GREY DOWN VEST by Eastern Mountain Sports lost Saturday night at TKE. If found, please call Lydia at 865-8053 or return to TKE LADIES TISSOT WATCH lost between the Brewery and Col lege Ave. last week. Black band, gold case. Great sentimental value. Call 238-8590 TWO RARE Kennedy half dol tars. Call fred 238-5157. LOST GOLD BRACELET- On campus, Feb. 7- Please help, Reward offered- Sentimental Va lue- 865.5674 FOUND "Found" notices are published for three days at no charge BLACK WOOL coat and keys found at TKE 2/4. Do you have mine? 865.3094. FOUND: BASKETBALL at I.M. Building over the weekend. Call to identify. Dave 234.8192. FOUND PAIR OF keys bottom FOUND: FINE .writing instru- floor of Willard Tuesday. Busch ment near HUB area before key chain for Info call 237-9124 Christmas. Call to identify 237- ask for Andrew 0980 - Steve FOUND PLEDGE pin, 2/5 be- FOUND GOLD CHAIN bracelet tween Oksmond Lab and outside Sparks. Call to identify. Boucke. to Identify, call Lori at 865-6895, Colleen or Lisa 865-0381. FOUND: GRAY JACKET/vest at FOUND: RED mitten on• first TKE Saturday night for more floor Sackett Bldg. on Feb. 7. information call 865.8939. Call Cathy 865.4539. FOUND GREY PURSE with keys GREEN RAINCOAT FOUND at and personal belongings in front Chi Phi Sunday morning. Taken of Carnegie Building 2/6 Call lori by mistake. Cal l 234.3754 234-0453 • SILVER AND GOLD General Mo- FOUND IN REC Hall - I.D. brace- tors car key. Found on ,path let. Claim at HUB desk. leading to HUB lawn. 234.1779 Roy Eisenhart, president of the A's, said Oakland had decided to let Underwood go and take "a good minor league player. We felt Belcher was the best player available " Fehr, noting that "Oakland made no concerted effort to sign Underwood," said the union is "very concerned that the players' bargaining power has been diluted. Compensation, as it is now, makes the loss of a player much easier to bear. , "We were assured by the owners," Fehr said, "that all the clubs would be able to protect every body they wanted to protect." He said that in the negotiations leading to the existing collective bar .gaining agreement, the owners sought to limit the protected list to about 15 players and that the union wanted it to cover about 40." "The Seaver and Underwood incidents demon strate we were right, that we have a.major prob lem," Fehr said. "It wasn't supposed to work this way." Belcher was the top pick in the secondary phase of the amateur draft Jan. 17 three days after the protected lists were submitted having turned down an offer from the Minnesota Twins last year, ° WANT A SUMMER CAMP JOB? Positions available (male-female) Specialists in all athletic areas; Assistants to Tennis Pro; Golf; Gymnastics; Swimming (WSI); Smallcraft (sailing canoeing); Riflery; Archery; Arts and Crafts (general shop, woodworking); Ceramics; Sewing; Colnputer Science; Photography; Science (general electronics); Music; Dramatics; Pioneering; Tripping; General Counselors, 20 +. Camp located in Northeastern Pennsylvania (Poconos). For further information write to: Trail's End Camp, c/o Beach Lake, Inc., A 9 215 Adams Street, Brobklyn, N.Y. 11201 FOUND LADIES GLASSES at Shortlidge and Curtin on Feb. 7. Claim at Collegian office. FOUND: MAN'S WATCH in Fish er Library 2/5/84. Call 865-9865 to Identify FOUND MEN'S WATCH last week at Rec Hall identify to claim call Greg 8.5 238.5266. FOUND ON FRIDAY 1 set keys: Burrowes Road. Near bus stop across from Dyke Building. Call 865-1531 to identify. FOUND ON THURSDAY; 1 set of keys. Behind Kern Graduate Building call to identify 865- 1531. . . who selected him in the regular phase of last summer's draft. The Yankees could have avoided losing Belcher if they had held off signing him until Underwood was signed by the Orioles last Monday. But Joe Safety, the Yanks' public relations director, said they had to sign him by Feb. 1 because "he was going to go back to school (Mount Vernon Nazarene College in Ohio) the next day if we didn't." "When we were building this system," Fehr said of the compensation-pool plan, "no one thought about amateur players with whom clubs had nego tiating rights "As far as Belcher is concerned, I haven't had a chance to speak with him: But he made a deal with the Yankees under the assumption he would at least start out his career in the Yankees' organiza tion. You - have to wonder if he would have signed and given up his amateur status if he'd known he wouldn't be playing for the Yankees. "Whether his selection falls within the paramat ers of the (collective'bargaining) agreement needs further deliberation. As far as we're concerned, we will do whatever is necessary to protect the integri ty of the agreement." RAY ANTHONY AND ASSO CIATES have dates available to spin records during Spring Se mester-having a party-give us a call 237-RAYA. We don't hide behind lights or videos w/crum my sound no gimmicks-just a good selection of all types of music-quality sound-excellent announcing (yes we talk) and a lot of fun. We. have dozens of references-just ask around-our name precedes ua. 11 years experience and several hundred parties speak for, themselves plus we play till your party is over. If this sounds good call us• 237-7292 ** * * • Xational education LAsoc. • 2ScII Chapro Logo Contest * * theme - Any design or definition * * of Art or Art Ed. 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CARTOON may be gbne, but their music lives on--their NA TIVE STATE cassette available at select record stores CARTOON WE'LL MISS you! CATCH A WAVE on Daytona Beach, March 2-11, with ARHS!! Cost-$225. Reserve by February 20. Call ARHS: 865.9982 DAYTONA BEACH ! I- Spring break in the sun-$209. Don't be a paleface!! Bring some sunshine back to Happy Valley. Call to day. Make this break a hot one! Erin 237-1656 EXCELLENT SUMMER COUN SELING opportunities for men. , and women who are interested in serving boys and girls ages 7- 16, guiding them in their physi cal, mental, and spiritual devel opment. Only those persons who will dedicate their whole hearted efforts to help each individual child develop his or her potential should apply. One must have' ability to teach in one or more of our specialized activ ities. College students, teach• ers, and coaches should apply. CAMP THUNDERBIRD, located 17 miles southeast of Charlotte, N.C., is an ACA accredited camp '• member, specializing in water sports (sailing, water skiing, swimming, and canoeing), yet an added emphasis is placed on the land sports (general athlet ics, tennis, golf, archery, riflery, , ' and backpacking). Horseback riding, white-water canoeing and tripping are extras in our excel lent program. For further infor mation write or call G. William Gilmer, Jr., Director, Camp Thun derbird, Route 7, Box 50, Clover, S.C., 29710 (803.831-2121) PREGNANT? State Licensed Child Placing Agency has loving couples eager to adopt your child. All medical and legal expenses paid. All replies held in strictest confidence. Free housing and Free counseling available. CALL (215) 289-BABY Recipient of United Way Donor Option Plan GOLDEN CRADLE FREE. NEED A gift for VALEN TINES DAY? If you hurry you can still get one. Call Harris for ALL your jewelry HG needs. 237-3878. Call now UITAR LESSONS. CALL Al at Heavenly Gifts 237- 6881. HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARY. Have a fantastic weekend. Yoil de• serve it. HEAVENLY GIFTS CHRISTIAN gifts and supplies. Allenway Building (The Atrium) 301 South Allen Street 237-6881. KIMBERLY AT HUB Monday night. You listened to my radio would love to see you again. Call me. Alan 865-2670. KINKO'S IS expanding in Mar ch...into College Centre 1 across from Hammond Bldg. Featuring lettering machines and self serv ice typewriters. Watch for it!!. KNUCKLEHEAD, I LOVE you too. You knuckle you . KULBACKI•GET A good night's sleep! You're history tomorrow, Bam, Rec Hall -Flournoy Vancouver Los Angeles Yesterday's Gamee Toronto at Boston New Jersey at Buffalo Vancouver at Montreal Edmonton at FLYERS PENGUINS at Detroit N.Y. Rangers at Minnesota Today's Game Quebec at Winnipeg 221 181 nba. 244 177 253 194 211 202 EASTERN CONFERENCE 188 225 Atlantic Division Boston SIXERS New York New Jersey Washington 62 248 238 49 204 226 48 195 218 42 195 241 42 209 272 Central Division Atlanta Detroit Milwaukee Chicago Cl&eland 83 316 224 55 201 220 49 238 '260 COLLEGIAN CLASSIFIED ADS 4 ZTA V ZTA •=4 Thanks, to all my new 4 P E t. 4 , sisters in ,t 3 ' ZTA 1110. Kr. Love, t , 3 Ray '0 4 ZTA Ji ZTA 1P RENT A TV. Short or long term rates. Television Service Center at Acorn, 232 S. Allen APPALACHIAN OUTDOOR TO MY TWO favorite turkeys: HOUSE Winter Sale. 20-40% off SEND KISSES AND balloons for Happy Birthday Stan and Brian! sweaters, parkas, skiwear, Valentine's Day. 2 balloons forpants, thermals, cross-country Hope yours is as Happy as y'all $l.OO. On sale Hub basementhave made mine. Love Ginetta ski equipment, men's and wom _. _,.... en's sizes R.P. NO PAPERS on Saturday so here's to your 20th. Love A.J. 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Lamores 234-3030 STRIP-A-GRAMS by Dorthy La more: The birthday boy melts when she crashes the party 234- 3030 ST. JUDE, THANK you for the favor you granted EDUCATION ABROAD Regular PSI Study Abroad Programs Canberra, Australia Cologne, Germany Exeter, England Kiel, Germany Klausenhof, Germany Strasbourg, France Tel Aviv, Israel Liina, Peru 20 31 6 46 216 232 Indiana 17 27 11 ' 45 223 251 W L Pct. GB 38 11 .776 31 17 .646 6 1 / 2 28 19 .596 9 25 25 .500 13 1 / 2 22 26 .458 151/2 28 21 26 21 27 22 18 28 16 31 .391 Bth .340 11 SUE: BEHIND Steidle how's 12:45 today sound? At the same place. Brian. TABLE TOP DANCER. Caught your sock. Anything more to throw? Jerry's House of Joy THANKS NOWAY FOR being such a good friend. You are pretty special to me. Patty THE ORIGINAL OTIS sponge Is believed to cause toxic shock!!! You or me for Feb. Sotm hun? Chuckle Chuckle ChuckleTHE THETA XI Fraternity Lamda col ony is looking for people inter ested in leadership qualities, hard work, fun, friendship and brotherhood. We will be holding a rush meeting on Mon. Feb. 13 in 320 HUB at 7:30 p.m. Come down if you'd like to be one of us. VALENTINE BALLOON BOU QUETS delivered by the Balloon Baboon from Truly Yours. Order now!! Call 238-4619 VALENTINE'S BALLOON BOU QUETS by Cheeta Lamore order yours today lamores 234-3030 ZAZ BONNE Anniversaire Feliz Cumpleanos Glucklich Geburtstag Happy Birthday Love Jane. LAZY J'S ARTIFAX... more than just a card for your special Val entine MISSING SOME CREDITS? Take an Independent Learning Course. Stop in 128 Mitchell or call 865-5403 or 1.800-252-3592 toll free 1985 Spring Semester in Applications due no later than Thursday, 1 March 1984 Office of Education Abroad Programs 313 Willard Building University Park, PA 16802 Telephone: (814) 865-7681 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Utah Dallas . Kansas City Houston San Antonio Pacific Division Los Angeles Portland Seattle Golden State Phoenix San Diego Yesterday's Games Seattle at Indiana Atlanta at Phoenix Today's Dames Houston at Boston Chicago at SIXERS Los Angeles at Washingtbn Golden State at Detroit Seattle at Cleveland Kansas City at Dallas San Antonio at Milwaukee NEED CASH?— WE'RE buying Boy Scout patches, books, uni forms, etc. before 1970. All CSP's and OA flaps. Write or call us. The Carolina Trader, Box 26986, Charlotte, 28221.704.597 - 9779 ACTION SPORTS: FOR the best selection of sporting goods and Woolrich Clothing. Look for 20% off coupon, Feb. 6 and April 16. ANTIQUES, FINE FURNITURE, beautiful objets d'art, consult ing services, personalize your living/ working space. Designs by Sherry Dershimer. Something 01d... Something New AWARDS OF all kinds; prompt, personalized service; quality en graving, The Trophy' Room, 126 S. Pugh, in Parking Garage, 237- 3067. BIG WRANGLER STEAK House, 1860 North Atherton Street, 237- 8634. Open 11am-B:3opm. Steaks, seafood, salad bar, soups, soft serve vanilla BRIGHTEN YOUR LIFE with a new lamp or lighting fixture from the area's Largest Selection. Whitehill Lighting, 1524 North Atherton COME TO T's custom . printing, 116 S. Pugh . St. for all your sportswear and advertising, spe cialty needs. T-shirts start at a buck. 237.2726 Manchester, England 13 33 .283 13Ih New York at Utah Atlanta at San Diego Denver at Portland 625 - .520'5 .417 10 .408 101 .408 10V .400 11 30 18 26 24 20 28 20 29 20 29 20 30 transactions BASEBALL American League CALIFORNIA ANGELS --Signed Rob Picclolo, in fielder. - . CLEVELAND INDIANS—Signed Mike Fischlin, shortstop, and Brook Jacoby, third baseman. NEW YORK YANKEES—Traded Guy Elston, pitcher, to the Cleveland Indians for Rick' Browne, pitcher, to complete an earlier trade.. OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Acquired Tim Belcher, pitcher, from the New York Yankees as compensa- 667 - .608 2 1 / 2 .565 5 .440 11 438 11 .327 161/2 32 16 31 20 26 20 22 28 21 27 16 33 Lion In the free•agent player pool National League LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Purchased the con tract of Carlos Granlllo, pitcher, from Aguasca !lentos of the Mexican Ceague. NEW YORK METS—Signed Scott Holman, Jeff Bittiger, Tim Leary, Rich Pickett, and Jesse Orosco, pitchers, Mike Fitzgerald, catcher, Gary Rajsich, first baseman•outfielder, Len Dykstra, outfielder, and Jose Oquendo, shortstop, to one-year con tracts. -- - . PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Signed Brian Harper, outfielder, to a one•year contract. EVERY MONDAY SPECIAL-two enchiladas, beans, rice, and cof fee (no refill), $1.99. Only at TACO ED'S, 226 West College Ave. FINE SELECTION MUSIC acces sories and musical instruments. Quality repair work done on any instrument In' our own shop - Music Mart COME UP TO contemporary at the Hairloft by Charles. Hair and skin care, pedicures, and elec trolysis, 512 E. College Ave., no appt. necessary ; CRABTREE JEWELERS •132 S. Expert jewelry repairs/ appraisals; free gift wrapping; doggies welcome. No job too large or small DECORATOR'S WORKSHOP FEBRUARY Blahs sale. Paint, wallpaper, carpeting, draperies. Up to 50% off on paints. Open 7:30.5:30. Thursdays till 9 pm DON'T LET BAD weather ruin your boots and shoes - have them fixed at Custom Shoe Re pair, 210 S. Allen Street, 238- 0827 FISHNOOK PET EMPORIUM check our prices. Over 1000 gal lons of fish plus reptiles and more 2100 North Atherton Street 238-4570 • FLYING FINGERS TYPING Serv ice: A complete typing service one block from campus 10:30- 4:3opm Mon.-Fri., 119 S: Fraser Street, Suite B, 237-3315 Nice, France Rome, Italy Salamanca, Spain LITTLE PIECES OF EARTH FOR SALE... as Amethyst Diamond Ruby Set In Jewelry of Gold and Sliver THE SILVER CELLAR 153 S. Allen St. 237-1566 Eagles' Hairston dealt to Cleveland PHILADELPHIA (AP) —The Phil adelphia Eagles have traded veteran defensive end Carl Hairston to the Cleveland Browns for an undisclosed conditional pick in the 1985 draft, the team announced yesterday. Hairston, 31, was the Eagles' sev enth round draft choice in 1976 from Maryland-Eastern Shore. He started 106 consecutive games for Philadel phia until he was replaced in the 12th Bucs' Madlock recovering after surgery PITTSBURGH (AP) Pittsburgh Pirates third basethan Bill Madlock was in excellent condition after un dergoing an emergency appendecto my at a Pittsburgh hospital Wednesday, a hospital spokeswoman said. FOREIGN CAR PARTS Stbre, parts for all Imported cars, com plete stock. 1680 W. College Ave. 238.8021 FREEPORT FOR SPRING Break! 3 and. 4 night vacations from $199 reserve now! Professional travel 237.7809, Below Mid-State Bank GNOMON COPY 130 W. College , Ave., 237-1111. Open Elam to 9pm, thesis and resume, quality xerox and offset, copies, bind ing and luminating. Wide range of paper HALL'S MOTEL, walk to Univer sity campus. Luxury rooms at budget prices. 1040 North Ather ton 238.6783 KEYSTONE TV AND Appliance. TV's, appliances, all available below retail prices. White-west inghouse, Maytag, Panasonic Microwaves, Zenith sales and service, 111 Fraser Street LAUREL HALLMARK: featuring Hallmark cards, writing paper, candles, puzzles, gifts, party ware. Across from Old Main. M- W 9.5:30, Th-Fri 9-9, Sat 9-5. LYONS KENNELS CARES about your pet! Excellent grooming and boarding facilities, Pet Sup• plies , and Spring Pets-ferrets, gerbils, guinea pigs, mice MASTER SWEEP! I have over 1000 clean chimneys to my cred it. Call Red Lion 234-3740. MID-STATE WHOLESALERS- Home and car stereo, video, tools, appliances, tires. Check our daily classified ads. We in stall car stereo 238-1165. MILLER MCVEIGH RENTAL will rent you a new 1984 Ford for that time in need. Call us now NEED TO RELAX? Facials, mai cures, sculpturnails, pedicures, haircutting, styling- men/wo men. We do it all!! Images 111220 West College 237.0562 NEW YORK TIMES campus de livery, 50% off newsstand price Call 234-1788 for more informa tion PARK FOREST CAR Wash- Two automatics open daily 8-6. Heated high pressure bays al ways open. 2108 North Atherton St. 238-4622 PERMANENT BRAIN DAMAGE offered at a cheap price daily. The best roastbeef sandwiches. Open noon-2am. Live entertain ment nightly. Brickhouse PLANNING 10 TAKE graduate school entrance exam In the near future, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, contact the Stanley H. Kaplan Educational Center 238-1423 RELAX! RENT-A-Student house cleaning, painting, snow remov al, odd jobs, excellent references, free estimates. 238- 5225 RENT TERMINALS, VIDEO DISCS, televisions, videorecord ers. Repairs on all televisions and stereos. Buy audiotape, vi deotape, audiovisual supplies. Acorn, 232 S. Allen, 238-6021 STAMPS BOUGHT AND sold, also supplies and appraisals. All at the Stamp Shop, 119 S. Fraser Street, 238-7833 STUDIO'S,•ONE, TWO, and three bedroom apartments. Pleasant and private country setting. Pets welcome. Call Pennwood North, 234.4309 SUITS AND SPORTSCOATS at the lowest prices-unbeatable savings on PENNSHIRE'S win ter clearance. Hurry to save at Pennshire Clothes! SUPERIOR MUFFLER for your one stop car care. From wind. shield wipers to complete brake system repairs THIS 14th ORDER A heart shaped pizza and receive a corn plimentary flower and glass of wine or soda. Village Inn Pizza Parlor WE CARRY A complete line of foreign and domestic auto parts: Open till 6. Stoicheff's Auto Parts, 238-8448 " Maybe will 411 go,,away. The five most dangerous words in the English language. The Daily Collegian Friday, Feb. 10, 1984-21 game last season by Greg Brown, who finished second on the squad with eight quarterback sacks. "We appreciate all the great years Carl Hairston has given us," said Eagles head coach, Marion Camp bell. "Last season we made a deci sion to start some of The younger players and replace Carl with Greg Brown. We were very pleased with Greg's progress." Madlock, 33, is expected to remain at St. Margaret Memorial Hospital at least three days, team spokesman Jim Bowden said. The surgery, which began at 6:30 a.m. and took 45 minutes, was per formed by Dr. David Connolly. dal;, Collegian Classified Advertising Policy • Policy Ads must be prepaid Changes cannot be made after the first Insertion Cash refunds will only be given for ads cancelled by 1 p.m. the day before the first insertion. Only credit vouchers will be giv,en after this time. The Daily Collegian will only be responsible for one day's Incorrect insertion. Please come to room 126 Carnegie Building Immediately if there is an error in your ad. 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