The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, August 15, 1949, Image 3

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Bob Goff Sidelined For Month by Knee College Station Swimmers Reap Honors in AAU fr 'f ' ' » 1 ' , College Station swimmers nominated the Southern AAU meet in New Orleans this past week, winning seven out of 1-3 events. I Not only did the local swimmers win’ most of the events, but they captured most of the headlines as well. The Timos Picayune "fold of the meet under the headline: “Tcx- , ;tns take swim honors in National -Meet at. Audubon." A headluie of i interest to followers of A&M ath letic teams heralded the victory of fthe Collcpe Station 'Womens Relay ;Teain in these Words: "Texas \&M •Girl Swimmers Lead AAU Meet at Audubon.”. 1 The swsimmers, along with Coach And Mrs. Art Adamson returned ' to ColleRc Station Friday evening, j The girls who made up the team which won the National Junior iOO meter,relay were Patsy Bon- nen, Elizabeth Bljnnk, Frances Copeland, and Ann l) v Bannon. Individual point winners from College Station were: Elizabeth Blank: First in the 100 meter back stroke, and first in the "00 yard backstroke.- - Patsy Bonncn: First in the 100 meter freestyle ,and third in the I 2110 yard freestyle. Frances Copeland: FourtlTtn the 220 yard freestyle. Vaii Adamson: First in the Jun ior Notional Mile," third in 100 meter freestyle. a?\d fourth in the 100 meter backstroke. — Billy Karow: First in 100 meter breaststroke: first in 50 yard free- , style, and third in 220 yard back- 1 stroke. ' . ; The Athletic Department an nounced:; Friday that Bobby Goff, one of the Aggies’ leading backs of Inst year, would miss probably the first month or more of football season this fall. This means ; that Goff will probably miss the Aggies first four games. Goff, who played fullback last and was the leading Aggie Igainer and one of . the top conference, underwent an rition on his knee at thi* end the spring semester and it was, Jieved that hi? knee would ;bc in .shape this, season. However, iis knee was rejnjured while plajy- jpg softball this summer and pc Underwent surgery last week to correct it. 1 ^ [R Goff, a 198 poupd senior J from Kennedy, was voted the most val uable man on the 1948 team dt the end of Inpt season by his team mates and coaches. I 1 He Was [shifted from full toj half back last spring by Coach Harry $titeler. - ' Stitelcr has not announced Red Raiders JMot Expected to Better Their 1948 Record f The Texas Tech By BILL HAILE Red Raiders of 1949 will be a better team than last year, bujk prospects of bettering the 1948 record of seven wins and three losses are slight. Tech is faced with a heavy schedule this fall. They take on four Southwest Cdruerence teams and there is little ♦chance of victory over more than Grid Practice BeginsTodayat Consolidated he expect* to play in Goffs tioii; while* he is absent. \ * National High School AU-Star : -TH j' • ' Game Saturday i Aggettes Softball Team Loses, 11-3 s The College View Aggettes soft- ball" team dropped a .11 to 3 dcci- r-slon to the girls _tcam from Brc- ;, r . ni'oml Friday Tfighc at Hcarnc. The game was the; T rst to be ' played in the tourihnnent at Ilcnme. The College i\ icw team ■) played : good ball~in all except the second inning. - l -. That bitd inning accounted for , ten orrors^on the pirt of the col- , l<fge team and for nine of the r^Bfcmond scores. ' Tho College View girls tcani will I |»lay Biyan girls team in the sec ond round of the tournament at Hearne tonight at 9:15. Your Friends All " - 1 / . ■ r Know Where You a Z,' Live Yet You Invite Them V v : To Come and Visit You V ’ I. . ; ' whore your place of busi- icsa is and what you have .'rfT : : ~ ■ ,T to sell, but it will pay yob' to invite them to do busi- • m . ness with you through the pr I • y advertising columns of your ► newspaper. • ; I ■"'' ^ ■ ‘I • ^ 11 The - -r j • \ -—L- Battalion College Station’s Only Newspaper Corphs Christi. Two one for -tne £ (jst, havte accepted bids and onfe for i Hie East th<i ^ for the) National High School All-Staiji football game to be played [here next Saturday night. Clajud Kincannon, a 19-ycftr-pld Texan from'Waco, has mailed jin heceptunce of a bid .and will lprob- iibly go Into the stalling tuilbaefk slot in the single and double wing- back systems, used by pass-con scious VVill Walls, University of Corpus Christi coach and njentor of Ihe W!cst squad. : • j . As a buffer to Kineannoni 184, who iatecred Waco to the Texas High S<hool Cham]>ionshipi last year,: cosich Red Drew, Alabama mentor land coach of the j East team, wjB .bring alofig 185-pound Cheil; Hobson of Tuscaloosa, Alu- Hobson IS ticketed for Alabama. I Drew sees Hobson as one of jthq groat OoHegiate passers of pie future, operating from the Alai- bam* T-formation,, whichII fhb Easterner^ will use here in the AU-SLtr-game, i ‘ • ul ■’ • A good Candidate for the tsbinner fullback ip the Walls-singlo wing is All-State Sam Allen, 185, from ChicKasha, Okla., who is headed for the University of Oklahoma. T\<o great breakway runners, Lauren Hargrove, 190, Fitzgerald, Ga., and Tedd (CQ> Millettb; 175, GrimnvillcI Miss., give Drew lopg scoring threats to offset the: powe and passing that the West snuiu . v - i ,. ... , j’f’fr.’T t , Graziano, left, goes through a sparring session. N , jj ■ ' ■ • j -a . : | • l • | | Graziano, ‘Peck’s Bad Boy' of Boxing’ Fights Sept. 14 New York, Aug. 15—UPM-Rocky Graziano, Peck’s Bad [Boy of boxing, says he’s serious this time as he prepares for a bout with Charley Fusari of Irvington, N. J. The fight, scheduled for the Polo Grounds Sept. 14, will be Biockyj’s first fight in New York, his home town, in three yeaik Ho was suspended in February, 1947 by the New York State Athletic Commission “fo|' failure to report an alleged bribe attempt,” and was not reinstated until May of this ^ year. Thie National Boxing Association, which suspended year’s district championship Graiiano last wintci; lifted the ban on the two-fisted slugger aggregation will be returning, in mkj-May. ° |Xi r'!: - f • Graziano held the piiddleweight title for 11 months, \ Meeting Tony Zale for the second fimp. He stopped the Gary, .find, vptejran in six rounds in Chicago in! 1947 and last year was knocked out by Zalc in three rounds at Newark, N. J. He hopes hid match with Fusari will lead to another shot at the fGS-pbund crown. Mow held by Jake LaMotta. | ( raziano put in his preliminary training licks at the » Cbuntry Club, Ellenville, N. Y. In his only fights this er jhe stopped Bobby Claus at Wilmington. Del., and .costa at West Springfield,#Jlass., both insidel two Gridiron practice began this morning at 8 o'clock at A&M Consolidated High School with some 30 odd can didates reporting. Coach O. V. Chafin, head mentor at Consolidated, will be assisted b; Jim Be van, the new junior hig school coach. A younger squad is seen for this season as only seven lettennen of one. ^ r Around the Border Conference however, they are expected to win the championship for the ' third consecutive year, i Coach Dell Morgan has another Neve! kumm joe P round Stan Musial Hitting A ,558 In \ Brooklyn ’s Ehbets Field baiaiig expected to rely upon. §# Hall Dropped By Walton KM) ImLI RsiA Hart Hall dropped a fourth giutio Friday aft(uTioon to the. tV'altort Hall aggregation by the tune df 10-01 Mh'kcy Mikeska whs Walton’s pitcher; n< he gaVe up hut ope hitj in a gone that lusted only four innii>gs f • '[. | •[ j i" I’ The whners collected : pine hits off llafiT Miller, ivho was the los ing hurle • forj thd aftcrnoon| i The- leiiding hitjtcr for thp'eve ning was Harold DuM-, ivhb got two hits for itbrep. times tit the plate, -T* Score by ianihgs: l L Wuttoii -Hatjt'...j.. .. J BROOKLYN, N. Y., — You can sum up tho National League pennant race this way: Brooklyn vs. Musial. > 1/ the Dodgers can atop Stan (The Maht Musial they have a good Chjance to win the; National League flag. Musial is hitting .558 in EbbeLs. Field this season. His slugging average at the home of the Bums is 1.147, based on 39 total bases for 34 official trips to the plate. a . ’Mir j Ml ; . , In his last two games here tlie St. Loui* Cardinal outfielder slash ed out seven hits in nine trips to the plate, and five of them were/ for extra bases to account for,8 Even in the AU-Star game, 7 Mu sial led a one-man attack , bn the Ebbets Field fences, getting a tri ple and two singles in four trips to drive home two runs for tho National Leaguers. / The Dodgers still have three games to play with the Red Birds in Ebbets Field, starting on Aug. ’Xl. They wind up the 22-gamc sea- ion series with three games in Sportsman’s Park, St. Louis, Sept. *il and .22. Those stalwarts of a season ago who will be sbeking another grid iron numeral ah* Dick Dowell, end; Billy Cooher, center: Jake Magee and Gayle Klipplc, backs. Dowell and Cooncr were regular starters all season. Bobby Williams, RoycC Rogers, and Lloyd Gay are also, outstanding returnees who lettered last year. ! Outstanding squadmen, who will again be did in gridiron garb, are Roland Jones, George Johnson, Bdb Barlow, Kenneth Worsham, Donald Royder, Buck Ross, Kewnit Schlameus, Frank Vaden, and James Dudley). One of the more promising can- didates for Coach Chafin’s Tigers this year is Tdmmy McDermott. A six Toot, three inch, 180 pounder, who played an excellent brand of ball for Odessa High School last year. Coach Chafin plans two work- outs daily, one at 8:00 and another at 4:00, Monday through Friday. Mention has been made of a Sat- •'ollowing .Mule. I Sept. 18 Bept. 2|} .Sept. 30 by that time the Dodger will learn to reaped Mu- Ma; pitCA. , *iqK The orte solution left for Brooklyn vs. Musial is the base on JlillsM J " •[ | ,| : r' ' j Hcrr'k what THAT MAN ha a dono against tho Dodgers this year. _ ERICAN LEAGUE Tea»— - W T ”L New York Boston ......L.— Cleveland .......... Philadelphia Chicap) Washington St. Louis ..... NATIONAL LEAGUE Austin\. ..LJ... ... 74 ico ..•.58 Greenville lAll... 56 Gainesville .,.X 60 rather Temple 45 TEXAS LEAGUE Team- W L Fort Worth ~.,76 48 Tulsa ...72 63 Oklahoma City 66 69 Shreveport ...'....;........M‘\ 69 Dallas San Antonio Beaumont Hout •IT' deep squad .including 25 lettermen. Of these lettermen, 13 arc seniors, 10 of whom will be on the starting ejtartaA f . Tech lost several/good)men to graduation and even more with drew from school.' Eight of their stalwarts graduated while nine more took the easy way out Wichita Falls The heaviest less was Wt the Texarkana end position. Three veteran letter-) Sherrhan-Dcnison men ends graduated leaving Coach Morgan a bit perplexed attempt ing to find replacements. The backfield was hit heavily when they lost such men as Charlie Reynold*;, Glenn Lewis, 2ac Henderson—all m®mitay* in the Raider backfield. Tho»c men have all completed their eligibility, while Billy White, two ^ear reg ular, has withdrawn from school. However, things arc not all black out Lubbock way.' Coach Morgan will get material ajd in filling his end positions from the Jackson brothers, Dick, and Hugh. These boys are transfers and should help solve the end situation along with the six other candidates for the post. The sophomores will give thd Raiders lots of support this year. Coach Morgan has a good crqw of second year men that should show up very- well under fire, j | These outstanding Red Raider sophs arc Jcrrell Price, all-state tackle from Brownfield; Jackie Cockburn, Shortnan guard who had been shifted to the tackle post; Don Anthony from Amarillo; Red Phillips, 240 pound, e’l 1 ” center from Paschel High in Foil Worth; Rex Pinson from Falfnrriaa, and John Moughon of Weatherford.- College All-Star team here Friday night by a decisive 38-0 score. This runaway decision, achieved before a crowd of 98,7§0 ♦fans, was the most doclsivr In the Il6-ycnr history of th(/annual dream game. And the thirty-eight points scored by Greasy Neale's cloven was the second highest ever made in the series surpassed only 1 by Green Bay, a 4fl-to-26 winner in the ID40 game. 1 Held scoreless in the first quar ter, the Eagles took, command of the situation in the second period. And it was obvious early that the pros had the antidote for the nplit- T magic that had been taught the .54Jl 'All-Stars by Oklahbma’s Bud WU-j ** D kinson. ; I ; ! ' The collegians of 1948 showed their ; Hand early * Although they impressed for a smsll in the open ing quarter with their ground, tac--; tics it was soon evident that Wil- kinsdn didn’t have a combination that combine rushihg and passing skill. j All-Star kicking led to most of their trouble in the first half, the Eagles' launching scoring drives after one pom- punt and another li»* Texas A&M’s Bob Goode that was blocked. - T f The first Philadelphia tal|y came, however, on ft 71-yard driyo .......69 40 .633 66 43 .696 64 46 .587 62 50 .664 6Q 61 .541 46 '64 1 .418 38 70 .352 36 I 75 f .318 •••»••••4**f* Team— Brooklyn St. Louis New York Boston ladtdphia tsburgh .. cinnati .. go BIG STATE LEAGUE Team— ]■ , .W IVL W # 67 ...up .....64 60 .46 42 L 40 41 62 54 57 68 65 70 Pet. .630 .620 .519 .506 .486 .463 .409 .376 ...76 ..72 ..60 48 49 49 64 63 67 73 77 Moughon will be counted on to , r . i , l .. .. ji do some of the passing this year urday morning workout if it seems alonp witil carr yj ng the pig akin necessary. •• 1 through the line. The Tigers will open their 1949 Texas Tech will have a better season on Sept. 16 in Madison- passing attack and a lot more spirit ville and wBl play their first this year than they had in 1948. home game Sept. 30, meeting i The one big weak spot in the Rairf- Somcrvule/The Tigers first dis- cr attack will be the puntiing; it’s trict game wil be played in mighty-weak. Riesel oh Oct If. — ft —' complete 1949 Sept. »Oct 7 *Oct. 14 •Oct. 22 •Oct 28 •Nov. 4i Nov. 11 tative). •—District games. Madisonville Navasota .Somerville Riesel Chilton Lott Brcmond Calvert Centerville h( There There Here There There Here Here There (Teh- Intramural Standings B-Odd Wins O ver C-East Friday 7-5 Milncf TCWi Legett, Walton ...._ , Dorm; 14 T J, * i Hart L .4 | ' Pwrear -i 1— ..; Mitchell ..j ] Project Campos Lfagtie Won ••♦«»..j.............,.6 5 .1...... :...4 J ' v? ,3 13 .3 .0 AT GUBKTH FIELD J If 211 SI1 HR bRBIi 19 2 3 i 4 |ll Sh rley May Now Ready for Channel VEIL England, Aug. 15 (Jn—.ditions befote going to Frbncc to ■trugglc luiQk - tiikilning of Shirley [May rta rii the sj _ rc id finished. Ail she ilecds tho 20 miles of water, w good weather—and then the' Britiih newspapers at Swimming the English ^hown I much interei net through lv . . w M*y rijneo her a/rival That was the Word given out Printed oidy an occasional photo- by Couch lliirry Bou* sraph pf «pr training. have not m. Shirley Thej’, have i THERE'S AN'AOT- TO CLEANING ... / Spot removal requires than a dab of liquid! It ni skip anorcarc to perman .lyi renun o a stain and the perfecttoir of the' : W* our specialty-- l| (iampiiH Cleaner ‘Over tbo Exchange ftbre" graph ic 17-year-old Som- To tlmm she is just One of 15 girl skipped down to ^-omcn and , men in 'training on 1 . both, sides of the channel, or op : one of Die hardest route, to try to duplicate the stunt of’ this long distance swim first accomplished by Englishman ic, the trait for the ideal con- Matt Webb 74 years ago. ■- USBD HOOKS Wo pav tho higlirsl piiio lor r*fil HnoK- Vto maintain \\l»o!«N:il< and retail lists | year ’remd. (.ET O K HiKTS l I ioki: M I.I.I V III IK KXCIIANU i tin M MA "Sorxing Texas Aggies’ College View Softball nqw has 1 an undisputed claimant or the champion’s crown, by virtue of a 7-6 win over twice loser C-East by B-Odd. With Marion Flanagan again being credited as the winning Pitcher, even though he gave up ten hit# to the C*.Eut group, his total pitching record for the sea son now stands at six and one. Gordon Zahn and Flanagan lead the uttfttk against C-East, as both men *drbvc in runs with wbiglcs that seethed to come'at the host possible times. Herman Stoner was the losing pitcher in the championship ball game, as his opponents collected seven hits for the seven winning runs. Receiving the outstanding player laudation for the C-Eftst aggrega tion was Curtis Thftxten. Thaxfon had a perfect day at the plate when he hit four fqr four and was credited with five RBI's (every run that C-East had). Score by innings: H - • H R E C-East 108 010 1—10 6 2 College View League ©•» •'j Jpon * f wen Ui-i..., D-Evcn ,. r S ,v ! P-Odd -1 .. 2 j. Dorm 14 Stomps ptchell Hall 9-1 {Tho hapless Mitchell Hallers dropped a fourth game Friday aft ernoon, when the Dorm 14 Lovora walked by them, 9-J, in fire short innings. ^ 1 ; '■ ^l- Mady Whitwell, a newcomer to the mound, gave up seven'hits for nine rims to be credited with the loss. * rH ■' • - fl Gerald Davis was marked for three RBI’s, when he knocked one out of the park with two men rest ing on the sacks. !I 1 ' The hitter of the game was Bu- who- was credited with ree at ; ,thc plate, iimftigs: ' rT H R E 203 04—7 9 2 100 00—2 1 2 ran Kejj two for Score Lovers Mitchell London—-CP 1 —A group of young iArndniUMi Who have,been making what they called “an ifiqueat of Britain” came up with $ verdict today— the Socialized Medicne Plan is wonderful, but the beer is “deathly warm.” They arc 27. members of the “Americans for DemocrajUfe , Ad- ion? organization. . Aside from beer, they didn’t care much for the price of tweed suite or cricket. . ' / h Aim 46 16 49 51 56 65 69 76 Pet .667 .606 .595 .484 .479 .465 .407 .360 Pet .613 .676 .624 .520 .620 .460 .391 65 .67 107 48 74 ousten ; .47 74 , ’ EAST TEXAS LEAGUE Tean»4K r W L Pet Gladewatcr ....70 Longview ..Jj...... 67 Kilgore ..........64 iParlH .62 Marshall ......Gfi •Tyldr ;..L -51 Henderson .U 46 Brj*an that followed dp a good ’ W-yard kick by USC’s Bob Doll. It took the pros only eleven plays to move from their owii 29-yard Ifne late in '[uie first quarter to score early in the second period. Van Burcn.sterted it with a 21» yard sweep around right end, and he made tAventy-soven of the re maining forty-ktyn j'ards Ijcfore circling the right] side to score 'strinding up. He kored after tho \ steunlch All*S(ar (irtc had stepped | two scoring thrbsta from inside the /; 1-yard line. Cliff Patton, a former ’■ T0U star, made it 7-0 from place- 1 mnnt 11 fcdUi • 3 ,. ment The Eagles *99!! shortly! on the 8 as Doill kicked •WJ yards, tho buck shortly! on the Star’s 45-yard line, ity-ilx .519 tf, pritc IMhos nni| Bosh PriWmrd Only twicnty-«ix Tommy Thompson’s IMhos and Bosh P.ritchfir_ carried to the twenty-four, then ., 2 Bureq made, it a first on the MmSSjZST' "' rrr J-jl SUNDAY’S RESULTS American league Washington 3-4, Boston 9-13, St Louis 2-3, Detroit 6-4. New York 4-3, Philadelphia 2-4. Chicago 3-0, Ckweland 4-6. National league jCincinnati 4-8, Chicago 24). • Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 0. Philadelphia 1-0, New York 8-1. Boston 2, Brooklyn 7. Texas League ‘ Tulsa 4, Beaumont 2. Oklahoma City 4, Shreveport V Dallas 2, San Antonio 1. Fort Worth 1, Houston 4. East Texas League ’ < Tyke 16> Henderson 3. Paris 13 r 2 ; Marshall 7-j3. Kilgore 4, Bryan 1. Gladewatcr 8, Longview WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY American League Chicago at St Louis, night Detroit at Cleveland, flight; Now York at Philadelphia, night. Washington at Boston, night National. League Pittsbjiinih at Cincinnati, night St. liouis at Chicago, night. . Only games scheduled. Texas League . Tulsa at Shreveport Dallas at Houston. , Fort Worth at San Antonio. Oklahoma City at Beaumont. East Texas League | \ Kilgore ntBrykn. / Tyler at Henderson. / Gladewatcr at Longview. Marshall at Faria. ylor's George Sims hatted down a third down pass in tho end zone to deny a touchdown on tills gesture, but the Eagles wort', not to be* (leniicd u score. They called on the unen ing Patton afhin land h< kicked a field goal from the 23* jii rd line to make it 10-0. Knd Johnny Green blocki' 1 Ghode’s punt from th^ Stars’ 28- yard line late in th? sceoml period, arid the Eagles started goal-ward again from the twenty-one. Goode ^ was handicapped onj tho punt lit* n tempt by a poor pass from contfr. Russ Crkft hit right tackle for the final twp yards ‘after Vpn Buren, Thompson and Pritchqrd hajl advanced the ball to that pomtj Patten again Was trim With T hi* placement j i J > ' Goode’s poor punt|ng gave fho { Eagles two goiod scoring chances early in the tlird quarter. But they muffed both ppportunities after moving inside the Stars* ie. The ed a t 6-yard w|*re promptly present-t chance, however, when B A1 W ■■pup Thompson pushed to Piho« foV the Qmt. A1 blc on the Van Biirciji carried te the 5, then istert ntcorerH a fum- Collegiana’ T-yard Jtnc: touchdown. I‘a Won made it 24 to (Lf The Eagles bed to work a bit! vcr. In ing C-Wcst Loses To aEve* Friday 12-0 C-West • dropped their Only chance of a tie fo’r the chumniriri- ship of the. College View Softball League Thursday afternoon, by losing u fast four inning game to D-Even, 12-0. 1 D-Even, commonly called the giant kHlers, stepped), Up te the plate and blnst«AT out 7 hits to nayc 12 rutis off Charles Corbett, Ibsing hurl:t for the aft)*rnoon. , Archie Cook pitched a one hit shutout to be^ given credit ’ with the win. ■ |. ; j . '.r , ■ The learing hitter of the four inning melee was Don Hood, who got two triples in twp trips to jaie plate bud Avas credited with three RBI’s. T Score by innings: -4 ' HUE D-Even 224 4-t-7 12 0 C-Weat 000 0—1 0 2 PROMPT DELIVERY and 1VIRE SERVICE J. 8. Stiles ’48 L ’Reed ADbrUton ’51 harder for tHc next touchdown, however. They marched 63 yards H foi- thp scote, Texas’ Noble Doss, carrying across from the 4-yard' lilK*. Patton again comurted. [ ( Bill Mac Rides poked 9 yaed,*! t/> ! End Neill Artyustroug for. tho final toiichdpAATi, and Paiton made it 38 14 Year Olds Will Play Here Wed. College fite tion a 14 year old and under softball teun Avlll play the Navaaoto team I ere Wednesday. The game avIU be played under. UM lights at 8 P, ni mi the field next te the oro\T'. Harry Mclntlre hurled 12 no»hi Pittsburgh in 1 game, 1-0, in tin Brooklyn pltehi«r, “Sanitone” • ’ 5 j : ' ’' : • ' ^ • ] • Now in College Station Yeo, the revolutionary new cleaning process—Sanltone —lu hen}. Hone Means; 1. No Shrinkage 2. CJcana Without Waahing 3. Sanr "■'■'■**** ' *•' new 4. 2-day Sendee on .all work 5. All AA’ork Guaranteed Pertecto Ctoers Exclusive .Sunilone Agent Sub-Station A&M Alteration -North Gate E. A Mullins ■r r * I • . ; i