The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 13, 1969, Image 8

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Page 8 THE BATTALION College Station, Texas Thursday, March 13, 1969 Ag Baseballers Massacre Bulldogs, 16-( By RICHARD CAMPBELL The Texas Aggie baseballers gave the Texas Lutheran College Bulldogs what was and is still known as a sound thrashing en route to a 16-0 victory Wednes day. AGGIES fr x. f nnx<v . »***&?&&§& HOME RUN! Bob Long crosses the plate after slamming one of his two round-trippers against Texas Lutheran Wednesday in Seguin. The Aggies won their third straight by a decisive 16-0 count. Ag Sports Car Club Wins Many Trophies A late starting Texas A&M Sports Car Club caravan arrived in Austin just before the close of registration for the Spokes Park ing Lot Grand Prix autocross last Sunday and left early with most of the trophies. Four of the Aggie drivers placed in the top eight overall, taking top time of the day, two firsts, a second, and two thirds in the big event which featured almost fifty cars in eleven classes. George Eby drove his Lotus Elan past a fully race prepared, Ford-powered Sunbeam Tiger for the B&C production crown and his time of 56.13 was good enough for top time of the day. Also en tered in this class was John Brewer who drove his 327 Cor vette into third place with a very respectable time of 1:01.29, which was good for seventh overall. President Alan Weckerling placed third in C sedan with a time of 1:07.16. He was beaten by one of the sharpest Ford Mus tangs in Texas and a brand new Renault RIO sedan. The Aggies completely domi nated H production with Tom Riley taking first in class in his MG Midget with a time of 1:01.03. George Martin was sec ond in his Sprite with a time of 1:01.83. These times were good for sixth and eighth overall. Patsy Eby drove the Lotus to a time of 1:02.40 in the ladies event but was knocked out of the standings when it was discovered that she had tipped over a pylon. There were some sad faces at the awards ceremony when the Longhorn Club had to part with all those trophies which were go ing to A&M. Many regular Aus tin drivers were left with only a good lesson in driving techniques. Anyone interested in the T.A.M.S.C.C. or any form of sports car activities is asked to attend the next meeting, to be held March 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 107 of the Military Science Building. (Continued From Page 7) counter with his usual starting lineup of seniors with Billy Bob Barnett, 6’5”, Sonny Benefield, 6’1”, Ronnie Peret, 6’9”, junior Mike Heitmann, e’l”, and sopho more Steve Niles, 7’. Peret and Barnett were both on the All-SWC first team while Heitmann was a second team selection. Barnett continues to lead the Aggies in scoring with a 17.4 average while Peret at 16.1, Heitmann is at 14.3, Benefield averages 11.6. Peret, a native of Plainview, is A&M’s top rebounder with 9.7 per contest while Barnett, who hails from brenham, averages 8.8 rebounds per game. The biggest individual im provement has been displayed by Niles who enjoyed his finest game of the season against Trin ity with 16 rebounds. The big San Antonio center has averaged 6.2 points and 6.4 rebounds. One of the Aggies’ trademarks this season has been a great bench headed by senior Harry Bostic, a 6-6 senior, junior Bill Brown, 6-1, sophomores Bill Cooksey, 6-2, and Chuck Smith, 6-4. The two winners of tonight’s Midwest Regional contest will play at 3:15 p.m. Saturday for a ticket to the national finals in Louisville, Ky. The Midwest champions is matched against the West champions, probably UCLA, in the first round finals. Tonight’s two losing teams will battle for third place in a pre liminary game Saturday at 1 p.m. A&M slammed out 19 hits, in cluding three home runs off the hapless Bulldog mound corps. A&M football star Bob Long clubbed two of the homers and another footballer, junior Bar ney Harris laced the other. Winning pitcher Doug Rau gave up but one hit in six innings against the Bulldogs, who became the Aggies’ third victim of the young season. Charles Kelly, a freshman hurl- er from West Columbia, took over the chores for Rau and allowed the Seguin team but four hits the rest of the way. This win was the third straight for the fast-starting Aggies, all of them non - conference games. They defeated Houston Baptist in the season opener Friday, 6-5, and handed the Sam Houston State Bearcats a 9-8 thumping Monday afternoon in Huntsville. The Aggies will host the same Texas Lutheran club Friday aft ernoon on Kyle Field and then St. Mary’s University of San An tonio comes to College Station Saturday. The starting lineups for the first three games have been: Larry Stelly, catcher; Doug Had- away, first base; Pete Maida, second base; Eddie Vaughn, third base; Jim Raley, shortstop; Bob Arnold, right field; Long, center field; and Dave Elmendorf, left field. Aggie coach Tom Chandler says that he will look at Harris and sophomore football player Mike DeNiro at infield positions this week and will give junior transfer Mike Hetman of Troy, New York a shot behind the plate. He also said that he might use Arnold some on the mound. ★★★ AUSTIN, Tex. <A>)—Texas ex ploded for seven runs in the first inning and coasted to an easy 13- 7 non-conference baseball victory feAHF L vou over St. Mary’s Wednesday, The Longhorns rode the pitii ing of James Street to a 1! lead. Street was removed at li start of the seventh inning a took his third victory of the yj against no losses. —- It was Texas’ seventh ij against one loss. Footballer Randy Pe«i smashed a three-run triple ini big first inning which also a three singles and four Rattl errors. KEEPING HIS CHIN UP While Joe Wiley (42) of St. Louis starts for loose ball, Cincinnati’s Dick Haucke (30) gets tangled up with team mate Jim Ard in game at Cincinnati. Cincinnati won 94- 63. 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