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The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 18, 1969, Image 5

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JK » ” fm « ■tax : fi f ■ P wif l i 5 THE BATTALION Tuesday, March 18, 1969 College Station, Texas Page 5 Swimmers Finish 5th In SWC Meet Bob Dommel was the lone first place finisher for the Texas Ag gies in the 1969 Southwest Con ference Meet in Houston as Southern Methodist swept to their 13th straight title. Dommel, a junior from Hous ton Jones High School, garnered a first place in the 50-yard free style with a 21-7 clocking for the distance. His finish qualified him for the NCAA Championships in two weeks on the campus of In diana University. Overall, the Aggies finished a strong fifth in one of the best conference aquatic fields in many years. Other Aggie finishers were: Tom Sparks, fourth in both the 100-yard and 200-yard backstroke and a ninth in the 50- yard freestyle; Ronnie Rogers, eighth in both the 100-yard and 200-yard breast stroke and a tenth place in the 200-yard In dividual Medley; Colin Dunn, sixth in the 100-yard backstroke and eighth in the 100-yard but terfly. Also, Jon Beal, eighth in the 200-yard freestyle; Larry Linn, 12th in the 100-yard breaststroke; David George, 11th in the 200- yard butterfly; and Hank Paup, eighth in the 1650-yard freestyle. In the diving competition, the Aggies grabbed three places with Ed Grant getting tenth in the three meter dive, Larry Jones getting 11th in the one meter, and Scott Zinnecker getting 12th in the one meter. In the relay events, A&M fin ished fifth in all three. With the swimming powers of the confer ence, SMU, Texas, and Tech los ing key seniors to graduation, and A&M losing only senior cap tain Jon Beall, next season looks brighter with much more balance for the SWC. Staub Settlement Hinted By Astros HOUSTON <A>) _ Houston Astro officials indicated Monday the controversial Houston-Mon- treal player trade will be settled within 48 hours. There was indication Rusty Staub will be returned to Hous ton and Jesus Alou returned to Montreal. There was speculation this would pave the way for Houston to make another deal involving Staub, possibly a trade that would send the outfielder to the Atlanta Braves. Houston had traded Staub to Montreal in exchange for Alou and Donn Clendenon. Clendenon later announced he was retiring. ■A OF NEW HAVEN/A GENTLEMAN'S SHIRT 3im £» turner. unibersfitp men’sf toear 329 University Drive 713/846-2706 College Station, Texas 77840 Call 822-1441 Allow 20 Minutes Carry Out or Eat-In THE PIZZA HUT 2610 Texas Ave. LET US HELP YOU HAVE A HAPPY EASTER With EASTER CASH 'Ljniversitu oLt oan 317 Patricia (North Gate) CoUege Station, Texas r Hodge, of being and sal alienate ROADBLOCK Mike Coleman (23) of Colorado forms a human roadblock in the path of A&M’s Chuck Smith (42) during- Saturday’s NCAA regional match between the Aggies and Colorado. Texas Aggies were defeated 97-82 in the Consolation game. (Photo by Mike Wright) imetimt! 5S of US' tie staff irolved,” BTS ; Spod s JEW ]RIA ST EAD riday S firdles SENIORS In 1965, we first offered graduating Aggies the popular plan of 100% financing at bank rates and other unique features. Now, for the first time by any dealer, we offer car leasing at even lower monthly rates than car payments. See us about our plan now. Ken Kemp leases his new Chevy. Does he know something you don’t? FIND OUT AT YOUR CHEVWAY/CHEVROLET DEALER Ken is that fellow down the block who drives a new air- conditioned Impala every other year. He’s discovered a new angle —car leasing. Leasing has advantagesthatmightworkforyou,too. No down payment, for one. A possible tax break and better tax records. Even a limit on depreciation cost. Leasing may be your best way. So see us first. As Chevway/Chevrolet dealers we now /ease and sell new Chevrolets. Either way, you’ll be ahead with us! CHEVWAY CHEVROLET DEALERS LEASING/RENTAL SYSTEM Corbusier Chevrolet 500 So, Texas Ave. Alcindor Coin-Flip Set Wednesday NEW YORK (JP) — The long- awaited coin-tossing ceremony deciding which National Basket ball Association team will have the right to draft UCLA All- American Lew Alcindor will be held Wednesday, it was an nounced Monday. The toss for the No. 1 selec tion in the annual NBA draft in May will take place in the office of Walter Kennedy, the NBA commissioner. The toss will be between the teams finishing in last place in the circuit’s two divisions, cur rently Milwaukee in the East and Phoenix in the West. The toss will be held at 11 a.m., EST. Alcindor, the most sought aft er college player in many years, had been reported drafted by the New York Nets in a secret draft by American Basketball Associa tion teams. This was denied by both the league and the Nets. iwm f A BiiPGBT State Representative Wednesday “eBM” Meaty 12 o'clock noon admission free A POLITICAL FORUM PRESENTATION SILENCE IS LOUD n WHEN IS THE LAST TIME YOU’VE TALKED TO ONE OF US? YOUR STUDENT SENATE: College of Geosciences Executive Committee College of Veterinary Medicine Jenkins, Norman L. 846-3804 Carter, Bill E. 846-8263 Gray, Kenneth N. 846-4228 Reinert, Albert J. 845-1050 Maddox, David T. 846-6027 Allen, John W. Fitzhugh, Thomas C. 845-6869 Adams, Ronald L. 845-1759 Purcell, Blaine S. 845-5904 Hinds, Ronald D. 846-7694 Henderson, Thomas 845-7266 Youngkin, Billy J. 845-1859 College of Liberal Arts Burford, Robert J. 845-6360 Davis, Glenn A. 845-2968 Callahan, Arthur C. 845-2750 Stephenson, James E. 845-6167 Gosnell, Paul Wayne 845-7198 College of Business Administration Carreker, Larry E. 845-2368 Howard, David M. 845-3430 Edgecomb, Robert 846-3139 Tom, Sam 845-6567 College of Agriculture Keim, Glenn W. 846-3405 College of Science Caperton, Kent 846-7694 Watson, Collier R. 845-7576 Redding, Paschal E. 845-5903 Hill, Marcus E. 845-5879 Magee, William F. 845-2467 Hoffman, Charles R. 845-4588 Ex-Officio Members Clark, Garland H. 845-2750 College of Engineering Holt, William C. 846-9280 Meaux, Steve 845-3897 Graduate Students Finane, William J. 845-3775 Stanzel, Robert R. 845-4459 Anderson, Gary L. 846-5959 Durham, Randy P. 845-5103 Koehler, B. R. 846-2897 Davis, Beverly E. Fried, Bob 846-5236 Dunham, Jimmy 845-3767 Harris, John Martin, Gary J. 845-7130 Freshman Representatives Benedetto, Tony 846-2130 Brown, Kirby 845-7226 Hartsfield, Bill 845-6502 Fuller, John W. 845-4740 King, Dwain 845-5601 Bateman, Barry 846-1594 Mauro, Don 845-6807 Geistweidt, Gerry 845-1594 Morley, Phil 846-8348 Student Senate Office 845-1515 l_ CUT HERE J