The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 19, 1941, Image 3

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n * * M ON KYLE FIELD f IlCadets trip Rice 9 r in Wild, Fast Game ms& a p-u PpHpii Wins + Aggie Tracksters in Quadrangular • With Hub Johnson. MARTY KAROW ISSUES FIRST CALL FOR CAGE PLAYERS Marty Karow, who will take ov er the duties of basketball coach next year, issued a first call for players just before leaving for Houston. A meeting will be held in the training room of dormintory 12 Monday night immediately after supper. All boys who have played basketball before—interscholastic- tically or intramural—or those who have any idea they might be bas ketball players are asked to at tend. AGGIES IN HOUSTON FOR RICE FRAY; SMU vs TEXAS Off again into the Southwest Conference baseball calendar, the Aggies took on the Rice Owls yes terday and will go to the mound again this afternoon for the final game with the feathered flock. In Austin Brooks Atchison and Melvin Deutsch resumed their feud which started with the Mustang’s 3 to 2 victory over the Steers. A split in the series will tear a hole in both teams’ season standing. mu to msm. ■ivEniWB.v.D. There's a definite trend to more comfort and more smartness in men’s wear. “Rover" fits right in with that trend because its convertible collar is equally smart with or without a tie, because its trim, tailored lines have a military sweep that flatters the male figure. Wide assortment of i sizes, colors and fabrics. - j $2.50 OTHER SPORT SHIRTS! $1.00 to $2.95 7 t T T"\ \ WIMBERLEY STONE L'ANSBY : W.O.X/ I CLOCKIERS COLLEGE and BRYAN : Aggie Fish Down Tarleton in Dual Track Meet Labus Stars For Cadets With Wins in 220, 440 Dash Coach Dough Rollins will have little to worry about in the 220 and 440 yard dashes when next year rolls around. In Emerick La- bus, he has a potential star who is capable of setting the conference afire in the future years to come. Yesterday afternoon, he led the Texas Aggie Fish thinly clads to a 76 to 38 win over John Tarle ton in a dual meet held here. He was high point man with 12% points, winning first place in the 220 and 440 yard dash, and help ing win the 440 yard and mile re lay for the Aggies. King of John Tarleton was second with 11 mark ers, while Schwartz of the Fish was third with 10 points. The Fish followed their brilliant showing in the Fort Worth Ex position by completely routing the junior collegians. They grabbed a total of 11 places out of a possible 15 events. John Tarleton’s best showing was in the 100 yard dash when they dominated the field all the way by grabbing the first two places. Ross Glover and Sherrill were the winners for Tarleton. Due to the heavy wind prevail ing over the field, the time in some events was a bit slow. However, the wind was a big asset to Wind ham of John Tarleton in the jave lin event as he threw for 164 feet 5 inches. Montgomery of A. & M. was second. Following this meet, the Fish run their final jaunt of the sea son in the Southwest Conference meet. Summaries: 440 yard dash—Labus (A. & M.) ( Utley (A. & M.) Time 51.9. 100 yard dash—R. Glover (J. T. A. C.), Sherrill (J. T. A. C.), Time 10.1. Mile run—Zigler (A. & M.), Myrd (A. 6 M.). Time 4:44.3. 220 yard dash—Labus (A. & M.), Glov er (J. T. A. C.). Time 22.1. Shot Put—Montgomery (A. & M.), Dick ey (A. & M.). Distance 43.2. FOUR WAY TRACK MEET IN WACO NARROWS LEAGUE Today’s quadrangle meet in Waco with the Bears, Ponies, Frogs and Aggies doing the running will narrow the league standing a bit more with the final sneak preview coming with the running of the little conference meet here May 2. It will be the contest of champ ions when Jim Thomason, holder of the ’39 shot put title, meets Jack Wison, holder of last year’s title. The second rated feature of the meet will be the jumping of Pete Watkins, Albert Ricks, and Dub Walters. Peden Wins As Bumpers Is Shelled Pugh Connects for Homer but Fails To Touch First Base The Aggies won their third conference game from Rice Ins titute Friday afternoon 9 to 5. In a wild game which seems to be the main attraction when the two two teams meet, Bumpers and Ped en allowing only three hits but Rice scored five runs. Bumpers started the game but in keeping company with the win was also wild and the Owls scored three runs on three walks and two errors. Then came the Aggies in the second to forge ahead with four runs while the Owls came back in their half to tie the count and drive Bumpers to a spectators position with Peden taking over. The Aggies picked up three in the sixth and one in the seventh to ice the game nine to five and make it two games to none over the Rice Owls. The highlight of the game came when Pugh connected for a homer in deep center but only made a trip around the bases. He was called out for failing to touch first base. The game today will be the last between the two teams this sea son and Bumpers is due to start again. Box scores: R H E Aggies: 041 003 100 9 11 5 Rice: 311 000 000 5 54 A-l WITH THE BEARS 1-E WITH OUR UNCLE SAM Jack Wilson rated A-l with the Baylor Bears on the gridiron, hard wood and in the shotput ch’cle but this week when he faced the selec tive physical examining board he was classed “1-E”, fit for limited service due to a defect in the eye. Today is the Last Day for RexalTs ONE CENT Sale Klenzo Mouth Wash 2 for 50^ Klenzo Tooth Brushes 25^ Size—2 for 26£ 35^ Size—2 for 36^ Mi 31 Tooth Paste 50^ Size—2 for 5l£ Mi 31 Antiseptic Solution 49^ Size—2 for 50^ Rexall Shaving Cream 25^ Size—2 for 26^ Woodbury Shaving Lotion 50^ Value—2 for 51^ Purest Aspirin 2 for 500 500 Dr. West Tooth Brush and 500 Dr. West V-Ray - $1.00 value for 590 The Aggieland Pharmacg “Keep to your right at the North Gate and you can’t go wrong.” J TU Trackmen Leave Friday For Annual Trek AUSTIN, April 18—With an eye to several world’s records and an armful of first places, Clyde Little field and eight choice trackmen from his undefeated Longhorn squad start their annual midwest- ern swing this week-end at the Kansas Relays in Lawrence. The following week-end, April 25 and 26, the Texas squad will race at the famed Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa. Altogether, it will be an eleven-day trip. Texas will, enter five events in both meets and will rank as near favorites in at least four of them. Giant Jack Hughes, at the very peak of a brilliant discus career, will be throwing to defend cham pionships in both Relays. Littlefield also will enter his world’s record-holding sprint med ley relay quartet in both meets, but it will not be the team that set the mark of 3:24 flat in the Texas Relays two weeks back. On paper, the Longhorn coach has a faster group. The change will put big Lonnie Hill, injured in the Texas meet, into one of the 220 legs in place of Billy Seay. The switch, however, is tantamount to Hill’s complete recovery. Red Baefield, Mac Unstattd, and Fred Ramsdell complete the four. Hill, Seay, Carlton Terry, and Fred Ramsdell will run the 440- 'yard relay at both Kansas and Drake. Last season, with a 41.3 second race, Texas ran the fastest time in the nation for the ’40 sea son at Kansas. Bai'efield will switch into Terry’s place in the 880 relay, the other places being the same as on the quarter-mile group. Littlefield’s three dash stars— Hill, Terry, and Ramsdell—all will run the 100-yard dash in both meets. Slim Joe Sparks, the Steers’ reliable reserve man on all of the relay teams, will complete the group of eight that will make the trip. Texas holds the team cham pionships in the Border Olympics, the Fort Worth Stock Show Meet, the Texas Relays, and victories in two triangular meets. 120 yard hurdles—Schwartz (A. & M.), Cox A. & M.). Time 16 sec. High Jump—King (J. T. A. C.), Calla way (A. & M.). Heighth 5.10. 880 yard dash—-Vajdos (A. & M.), Pur cell (J. T. A. C.). Time 2.06. Pole Vault—Goatley (A. & M.), King (J. T. A. C.). Heighth 11.10. 440 yard relay—A. & M. (Marshall, Scott. Cox, Labus). Time 45.3. Discus—Dickey (A. & M.), Well (J. T. A. C.). Distance 128.5. 220 yard hurdles—Schwartz (A. & M.), Cox (A. & M.). Time 25.6. Broad Jump—-Crittenden (J. T. A. C.), King (J. T. A. C.). Dist. 21:10.1. Mile Relay—A. & M. (Scott, Utley, Vajdos, Labus). Time 3:34.5. Javelin—Windham (J. T. A. C.), Mont gomery (A. & M.). Distance 164.5. BATTALION. APRIL 19 PAGE 3 Copr. 1937. King Feature* Syndicate. Inc, World nght* reserved ‘‘He said he could lick me and my old man put together!" Intramurals Annual Intramural Track Meet to Be Held Sunday, May 4 on Kyle Field By Mike Haikin The annual intramural track meet will be held at 1:30 May 4 on Kyle Field, according to W. L. Pen- berthy, head of the department. Entry cards are not necessary and anyone desiring to participate in any events may do so. However, each participant will be limited to two track and one field event. Medals will be awarded to the winners, while the needed points will be given to the winning organ izations. FORFEIT DOGHOUSE H Field Artillery A Cavalry (2) A Signal Corps C CWS I Infantry (2) 1st Corps Hdq B Coast Artillery D Field Artillery B Cavalry B Signal Corps Softball at Aggieland comes and goes, but each year it produces at least one game that is unusual in many respects. That game was played last Thursday between F Engineers and D Coast Artillery. It was unusual in the fact that a total of 48 runs were accounted in 6 cantos, with the Engineers com ing out on top, 29 to 19. Hits, er rors, walks, passed balls, wild pit ches, and mental lapses contributed their part in the wild spree. “Even the New York Yankee scouts would have been astounded,” declared the engineers. The Walton Hall boys wasted no time in starting the scoring spree. They pushed 12 runs across in the first frame and then duplicated their feat by scoring 9 times in the next inning. While all this Fernandez Seeded Eighth But Loses To Texas U Netter Xavier Fernandez of the Ag gie tennis team was seeded in eighth place Thursday in the dis trict N.C.A.A. tennis qualifying rounds being held in Houston, but was defeated by Batjer of Texas 2-6, 9-7, 6-3. Dick Morris of Rice and Warren Christner of Texas were seeded in first and second places, res pectively, with Morris receiving a bye and Christner winning his first match from Schulze of East Tex as Teachers College. Other Aggie participants were Krezdorn who lost to Harris of Baylor, Gwin who went down to Wilson of Texas, Gillette who lost to Harry of East Texas, and Eads who fell to Wilkins of S. M. U. In the doubles Fernandez and Gwin teamed to defeat Krosen and Grinin of East Texas, 6-8, 7-5, 6-1. Poole and LaBorde of Texas defeated Eads and Gillette, 6-2, 6-1. was going on, D Coast was just barely in the game. At the end of the fourth frame, the score was 29 to 6, with everyone but the Coast boys giving up. Then they turned on their full steam to tally 13 times in the last two innings. Darknes, however, caught up with them, and they had to be content with the final account. Another wild scoring affair was reeled off in Class B softball when H Infantry outlasted Hdq. Cavalry in a 17 to 13 score. The “paddle- feet” pounded out 9 runs across in the first and climaxed their spree with a 5 I’un rally in the fourth. Hdq. Cavalry accounted for 11 of their runs in the second and third cantos. Swimming meets are running smoothly and all events are going off on scheduled time. The tank ers are showing fine sportsman ship and hustle, and many spirited contests are being reeled off. In one of the featured matches of the day, F Field Artillery outswam Artillery Band to come off with a 27 to 13 victory. Jonsson and Baird were high men for the win ners. In other matches, E Coast overwhelmed F Infantry, 30 to 13, E Infantry outlasted G Field Artillery, 29 to 20, and 3rd. Hdq. Field Artilery pounded out a 22 to 14 win over D Cavalry. Pingpong is coming along nicely in Class A intramurals with keen competition being dealt out in all matches. Scores vary all around, but most of them end in a 3 to 2 score. In that class we find 3rd Corps Headquarters winner over B Engineers, D Cavalry shading E Coast, Artillery Band coming through with a win over Hdq. Sig nal Corps, and B and D Coast eging out a win over F Infantry and F Engineers, respectively. Aggie Golfers Beat Texas Tech Linksmen Colonel Frank Anderson’s Ag gie golfers turned back the Tex as Tech Red Raider linksmen here late last Wednesday afternoon, 4 to 2, with Johnnie Roberts, who just recently won his berth on the four man team, winning 1-up from Jack Walker in 19 holes. The two Henrys came through again with a win in the doubles from Jack Mooney and Ford Stur divant. Hauser defeated Moony in the singles and Richards top ped Sturdivant. Bob Warne dropped the cadet single to Bingham. Roberts and Warne were defeated by Walker and Bingham in the second doubles match. Rutgers university is observing its 175th anniversary. Aggie Tracksters in Quadrangular Meet With SMU, TCU, Baylor Today Rollins Takes Entire Team to Waco With High Hopes Moving to Waco today, the Tex as Aggie track team will take on Baylor, S. M. U., and T.C.U. in a quadrangle meet. Coach Rol lins is taking the entire team to Waco with expectations of a win. In this section of the country where high jumping is outstand ing the feature of the meet will be the match between Dub Walters of Baylor and Pete Watkins and Albert Rice of the Aggies. Wal ters is favored to beat out the Aggies in this event. At the Texas Relays, Watkins jumped six feet, 5 % inches for fourth place while Walters cleared the bar six feet, 7 % inches for first. Although the Aggies are ex pected to take the meet, the encoun ter will serve as a scale for dop ing the conference meet which will be held in Austin, May 9 and 10. Sophomore Felix Bucek amazed on-lookers Monday afternoon when in practice he hurled the discus 152 feet. Ricks cleared the bar in the pole vault the same day at 12 feet, 8 inches. Battling out the shot put will be Jim Thomason, the Aggie track captain and 1939 conference cham pion, and Jack Wilson of Baylor, 1940 conference champ. Thomason has showed up well in practice and will be in shape for the meet. Subject of a paper delivered be fore the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters: “The Effect of the Histamine Antagon ist, Thymoxyethyldiethylamaline (929F) on Gastric Secretion.” W. J. Douglas, Jr. INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance Commerce Bldg Phone Bryan 2-6605 Cadets, TU Golfers Tie Up 3-3 in Links Match Coach Frank Anderson’s golfers and the Texas University niblick men came out tied yesterday after noon with a 3 to 3 score. In the doubles match, Henry Hauser and Henry Richards took Texas men Ed Brady and Jack Helm one up on 18 holes and in the other doubles match, John Roberts and Bob Warne of A. & M. took Leon Spitzer and Ernie Fortner under for one up on 20 holes. In the singles matches, Hauser of A. & M. beat Brady of Texas 2 and 1; while Richards lost to Jack Helm of Texas 4 and 3. In the next duo of singles match Roberts of A. & M. lost to Fortner, and Aggie Bob Warne went under to Spitzer of Texas for 2 and 1. Next week the Aggie golfers move to Dallas to take one the S.M.U. Mustangs Thursday. We specialize in fresh Spring chicken dinners. Also sandwiches and a la carte . . We can please the most fastidious of palates. . . 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