The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 13, 1969, Image 7

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E BATTALION Thursday, March 13, 1969 College Station, Texas Page 7 4ggie Height Vs. Drake Speed In Manhattan Tonight By JOHN PLATZER The Aggies will match their (eight and muscle against the peed and quickness of the Drake lulldogs tonight at 7 p.m. Coach Shelby Metcalf’s Aggies reached the tournament by virtue of an 81-66 victory over Trinity University in Fort Worth Satur day while Drake sacked up the Missouri Valley Conference crown with a 77-73 win over Louisville. The other two teams meeting in the Midwest Regional will be Colorado and Colorado State in the Kansas State Field House. At a press conference in Man hattan’s Ramada Inn last night, Coach Metcalf rated Drake as the best team the Aggies have played this season and “among the five best clubs in the nation.” “We are real concerned with Drake,” Metcalf said. No. 1 In College Sales “We have not played anyone that quick or fast and I’m sure that their speed presents more problems for us than our height will for them.” Maury John, Drake head coach, said his team would “have real problems with A&M on the back- boards.” “We made a mistake,” John joked at the press dinner. “We showed A&M’s team roster to our boys and they’re still in Kan sas City. Now we have to con vince them to come out tomor row.” The MVC’s coach of the year last season conceded that al though his team is comparatively small, “they jump pretty well and move pretty well.” COFFEE LOFT Friday, 14th: 8 p. m. to 12 p. m. Folk singrer. Jack Abbott Do it yourself. Table talk starters. Saturday, 15th: 8:30 p. m. Panel, “Alternatives to Bureaucracy” Dr. George Rice, Management, on his forth coming book about democratic organizations. Other panelists will respond. 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Act Now Dial 823-0152 McKenzie- Baldwin BUSINESS COLLEGE 702 S. Washinaton Ave. BRYAN, TEXAS OFFICIAL NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE Official notices must arrive in the Office of Student Publications before deadline of I p.m. of the day proceeding- publication. The English Proficiency Examination re quired to be taken before the end of the junior year by persons majoring in History will be given March 18 and 19, from 4 to 5 p. m., in Room 204 Nagle Hall. Students are to register for this examination at the departmental office in History prior to 5 p. m. March 17. J. M. Nance According to the stipulation on page 89 of the catalog, each student in Liberal Arts must demonstrate his ability to express himself in acceptable English by taking an English Proficiency Examination. This examination must be taken not later than the Spring semester of the junior year. The English Proficiency Examination for Political Science majors will be held Tues day, March 18, and Wednesday March 19, from 4 to 5 p. m. in 308 Nagle. Come by and sign up before March 17. Those undergraduate students who have 95 semester hours of credit may purchase the A&M ring. The hours passed at the time of the preliminary grade report, March 31, 1969 may be used in satisfying the 95 hour requirement. The students qualifying under this regulation may leave their name with the Ring Clerk in the Registrar’s Office, in order that she may check the records to determine their eligibility to order the ring. Orders for the rings will be taken April 21 through May 28. All rings will be returned to the Registrar’s office on or about July 10, 1969 for further delivery. The Ring Clerk is on duty from 8:00 to 12 :00 noon Monday through Friday, in the Richard Coke Building - Room 7. APPLICANTS FOR VETERINARY MEDICINE A meeting of students who have applied or plan to apply for admission to the professional curriculum in the College of Veterinary Medicine will be held in the Auditorium, Veterinary Medical Science Building, Monday, March 17, 1969 at 7 :30 p. m. Representatives of the Selection Committee will outline the procedures of selection and answer questions. 83t3 THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Kerr, Walter Langston Degree: Ph.D. in Education Dissertation: THE IMPACT OF TITLE ONE, THE ELEMENTARY AND SEC ONDARY EDUCATION ACT OF 1965, ON THE LUFKIN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT. Time: Friday, March 14, 1969 at 1 :45 p. m. Place: Room 442 of Academic Building George W. Kunze Dean of Graduate Studies THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Morse, Richard Arden Degree: Ph.D. in Petroleum Engineering Dissertation: A NUMERICAL MODEL STUDY OF GRAVITATIONAL EF FECTS AND PRODUCTION RATE ON SOLUTION GAS PRIVE PERFORM ANCE OF OIL RESERVOIRS. Time: March 24 at 1 p. m. Place: Room 201-A in W. T. Doherty Building George W. Kunze Dean of Graduate Studies The English proficiency examination re quired of all junior students majoring in education will be offered from 2 to 4 p. m. on April 15 (Tuesday), 1969, and again from 4 to 6 p. m. the same day. Students may take the examination at either time by reporting to Room 308 Nagle. Exam inees should bring pen, pencil, dictionary, and composition paper. 76tfn THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Dean, Eugene Alan Degree: Ph.D. in Physics Dissertation : INVESTIGATION OF SHOCK FORMED IN THE FLOW OF PLASMA INTO A MAGNETIC FUN NEL. Time: March 19 at 2 p. m. 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Handling the other guard slot for the Des Moines, Iowa, team is Don Draper, a 5’11” senior. Draper scored at a 12.5 clip this season while leading the famed Drake fast break. Dolph Pulliman, a 6’4” senior, and A1 Williams, a 6’5” junior, man the forward slots for the Bulldogs. Pulliman, who aver aged 13.6 points per contest, is described as the “nation’s best defensive forward” by Coach John. The turning point in Drake’s season, according to Coach John, was when he inserted Williams into the starting lineup in place of Gary Odom, a 6’8” senior. At the time of the move, the Bull dogs were three games out of the MVC lead and since the move they have reeled off ten straight wins. Williams has averaged 9.7 points and 8 rebounds per game. Despite losing his starting job, Odom is expected to see a lot of action against the Aggies. “Odom will see considerable action tomorrow,” Coach John said. “We have to have him to combat the extreme size that A&M will present to us.” Drake’s fifth starter is Willie Wise, a 6’5” senior. Wise, the junior college roommate of South ern California’s O. J. Simpson, has scored at a 14.7 clip while pulling down 11.3 rebounds per game. Coach Metcalf is expected to (See Aggies, Page 8) AGGIE WINNER A&M’s star quartermiler Curtis Mills breaks the tape ahead of his big-gest rival, Dave Morton of the University of Texas. Mills was clocked in 47.0 as the Aggies roared to a 77-66 victory over the injury-ridden Longhorns in the Border Olympics Saturday. (Photo by Tom McCullough) Ag Cinder men Face Rice 9 LSU In Triangular Meet By RICHARD CAMPBELL The Texas Aggie track team will be in Houston Saturday fresh from its Border Olympic victory over the University of Texas to compete in a. triangular meet with Rice and Louisiana State Uni versity. For the second time in the last two weeks, Aggie quartermiler Curtis Mills bested Texas sensa tion Dave Morton in the 440-yard The Texas A&M Gymnastics team competed twice last week, first defeating Sam Houston State on its home grounds on Thursday and being edged out by University of Texas here at G. Rollie White Coliseum on Sat urday. The Aggies travel to Sam Houston State College Thursday where they handed the Bearcats their first defeat of the season, winning by a slim margin as A&M’s Mickey Stratton took first place in the last event of the evening, the high bar. Mike Kyler took second place in the high bar and Lee Reeves cap tured fourth place to help the Aggies make the strong finish that gave them their victory over Sam Houston, 111.75 to 111.55. Even though A&M took only two first places in the high bar and vaulting, their consistency dash, labeled as the duel of the sophomores. Mills was clocked in 47.0 seconds while Morton ran a 47.1. Last week in a dual meet in College Station, both were timed in 47.1 but Mills got the victory by a bare yard over his Longhorn rival. These are the A&M entrants: 440-yard relay—Scott Hendricks, Rockie Woods, Jack Abbott, Cur tis Mills; 100-yard dash — Rockie in placing one or two men in each event allowed them to stay in the running throughout the meet. Outstanding in the meet were Mickey Stratton’s winning the all-around competition and Lee Reeves taking first place in vaulting. The Longhorns performed well at G. Rollie White on Saturday as they beat the Aggies in a high scoring meet. The A&M team turned in their highest team score of the season with an average of 6.8 per man, but it was not good enough to win, as Texas scored 129.7 to A&M’s 123.7. Lee Reeves of A&M, pos sibly the best vaulter in the state, again took first that event while Mickey Stratton came through with another first in the high bar as he won all-around for the second time in one week. Woods, Scott Hendricks, Steve Barre; 220-yard dash — Rockie Woods, Scott Hendricks, Curtis Mills, Steve Barre, Jack Abbott; 120-yard hurdles — Jack Abbott, Deward Strong, David Prince, Glen Blahuta; 440-yard hurdles— Deward Strong, Richard Ball. David Prince, Tony Munson, Glen Blahuta; 440-yard hurdles—Cur tis Mills, Mike Boyd; 880-yard run — Steve Bancroft, Bill Shaw. 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