The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 01, 1950, Image 3

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’•"■f - basebaul - ; (Conti iiu^d from Page 1) Mjf fl i" n V°« Wallacc'n double. circuit, blow— ^ coherence clout., il<U dconxl i„ the necond when J m floyd gained fir.t on an . " i. r ’ to on “ double TnV,.' V i' < 0 ^ •“’ored on John JoneV ffoWer’a choice, • •i U „£P 1 ® Aggio errors gave the Frogs k , ln th# , f,,ur ^' tcIi Knotted Uus issue with two runs ii'ni ’t * xl ^ °.f| hits by Jones und down^ 00 " 8 ^ ^ wo were ... T vm'h' 1 “"'l nHch- ff M; Mathes pUcbed scoreless bull until the nintlt when five runs 'crossed the platter. p Nolan Homers At oUtpr Intriguing pecullurlty pre* rn&d lUelf in the top of the tiintp. Jgines Noliui .made himself a hero of Uje Krogp by slamming twoTuntVfdur-mastcr to ,J give TCIJ. n IM lead. But in the bottom of the last inning, Nolan made a bum of him self by urfderthrowing first with two Aggies retired.' The miscue enabled I .ary to score, and pineh-runner Maltz and pinch-hitter, A1 Ogietree to pull up at secondhand third, respective- ly. . i .Jr This set the stage for Wallace’s game-winning blow. Pat Hubert, who was the winning pitcher against Baylor and SMU, hung up his third conference victory. 1. * Graves again saw action when / (See Aggies, Page 4) • • • Aggie Sports On Schedule . . . Monday, May 1-—Baseball, A&M vV^..SMU, here 3 p. m.l Tuesday, May 2—Gojf, A&M vs. - 4 ‘ Rice, Houston. J Thursday, May 3—h'reshroan baseball, A&M Fish vs. Rice Slimes, - (Houston.. : ' ' ‘ v Friday, May 6—-Track, A&M vs. Texas, dual meet , Austin; Base ball, A&M vs. Rice, here; Tennis, A&M vs. SMlf, Dallai" , Saturday, May 0—-Baseball, A&M vs. Rice, here; Tennis, A&M vs. TO,If, Fort Worth. WHITENER ■ 1 COMPLETE FLOOR COVERING • LINOLKI(M, • ASPHALt TILE • RUBBER'TILE •CommlLua on uny Floor Covering WHUENER FLOOR CO. /’liiOl S. College Unbeaten Team ContimieH Intact «. 1>.IIKRRY Ono cif AAM’s host freshman tennis tuams in many y.ars ro- malnod Undefeated aftor white, washing j Highland Pgrk High School pif Dallas last Saturday, (Idh on illie local elay courts, The fish, led by Oalvcston’s Kngene Is'lsos, captured all but I Wo bandlty, having a close call In the No. ,1 slngles gnd the No. U doubles. lietsns, after losing the first set, 4-11, Jtnd down 4-5 and 0-40 In the second, came back brilliantly to edge illighland Park’s Walton Miller, >1.(1, 0-7, (1-4. The match was probably one of the best this season. Miller, a senior ,,at Highland Park, is a definite threat to the state high school crown, to be held at Justin this week-end. Farmer Tops Adams . v Aggie Donald Farmer, playing superbly, idowned Jack Adams, 7-5, 6-2 in the No. 2 singles match. Farmer’sgame, at its peak, was too mufch for Adams, especially in the filial set, when the Aggie star scored placement after place ment. ! . ! ?■ t, I In the No. 3 singles encounter, Tommy West displayed an extra good ground game in trimming Ronald Oompfen, 6-2, 6-3. West, who hails frotn San Antonio, prov ed more offensive-minded than hfs younger Opponent, In the. No. 4 and final singles match,. Harold Gann whipped Bill Masterson in straight sets, 6-2, 6-4., • Gann, a West Texas product from Sudan, was too steady for Mastersori. 'f 4 Doubles Combinations Win The Aggie No. 1 doubles combi nation ofj Letsos and Farmer had litjtio trouble with Miller and Adams, clipping the Dallas team by a score of 6-2, 6-1. In the only other close call for the AggiCs, West and Gann out*; lasted Masterson and Bobby Hen derson to lake the No'. 2 doubles match and final event of the day, 4-6, 7-5, 6*3, Battalion SPORTS MON., MAY t, 1960 Page 3’ Oates; eHiPark Austinit Ritiainij lly IIAKOU) GANN |xas Dnlverslty’s powerful la team handed ARM Ha aecond fence defeat hero Saturday loon, O-l, ••••'I . <f. OcDerry, i the Ag'a top fer, cntul through with , Gailet 'omiuest of the day, defeating Til’s heat, Julian Oates, 6-4, 8.0, Of, Lftatlng two Inurs and fifteen minutes, the mate 5 featured many deuce points, and was very hetly contested. DeBerry used deep fore- hdruL. and hnokhatid drives that forced Oates to retreat to backl- court. I Thdn he caught Oates off guard with deft drop shots which bare ly cleared the not j to fall out of the reach of Oatles’ swings. ice DeBerfy's Headache irry took the first set after breaking Oates’i Cannon-ball serve vice in the ninth game, then relied op his delivery to complete the set at 6-4. jOn the comeback trail, Oates gOt tfae jump on the Cadet in the second set, piling up a 5-2 lead. He broke DeBerry’s Service to finish the get, 6-3. [ [DeBerry mixed .forcing shots With \ drop shots,, attacked the net consistently, and played Oates’ backhand regularly to salvage the Only Ag triumph ^ifter winning the final set. 6-3. Texas Begins to Roll In the number two singles event. Bob Duncan of tfie Cadets bowed to veteran Clinton Nettleton, 5-7, 0-6. Duncan player a rousing game in the first set,, but Nettleton’s greater court experience proved too rtiuch for the Aggie. James Saunders’ was the vic tor olvor Royce Tgte, 6-3, 6-1, in the number three singles event. Saunders’ aggressiveness was the deciding factor. Number four singles playcf, AUrit| Anronson, bowed to Ber nard IlGorhardt, 2-6, 2-6. Gerhnrdt's sternly game and Icourt savvy were Auronson’s downfall. Jjj Steers Take Doubles Oaics anil Gerhardt teamed tjo down! DeBerry and Tate, 6-3, ll-l, in thh main doubles match of thic meet, The winning duo followed blistering serves | to the net to gain what is thl> most strategic position in doublni. In the final ch an Saunders and Nettleton defeated Anronson and Dimcnn. 6-2, 6-3i The winning team made moat of the decisive pidlitis while playi|ng at the net. 2*1565 1 j -t-College Station Repre8ent,ativa- LOUPOT’S TRADING IT)ST Reserve Your Books For Summer Semester Now We can’t use your books for you tyit we can help you to get what you need for the Summer Semes ter . . . Without your having to wait in a long line. Here is hbw it is done . . . You go by your Exchange Store now, give the salles person the list of books and supplies that yoiji will need for the next semester. She will fill the list, package them, and place the package dji reserve for you. In return you will receive an identifica tion chock, which you may present at the oast side of The Exchange Store when you want tho books. At the time that you get the package any additions or subtractions to the list may be made. There is absolutely no obligation on yolju^ part... You pay nothing until you claim the feserve tvci #» Lr« j rrfi 1 u tu'n M/irt ♦ r\ * « f ♦ i r< / package. This is a service to you i 1 it ■ i il _ ^ saves you time, so take advantage of it and go by your Exchange Store today and reserve your books for the Summer Semester. ^ j ' J The Exchange Store “ServinjfrTexas .T ■ • t • A.' < . -i E /I'D™ .'rvr ir' i Wally Moon, one of the top Ntare for the Agglex In the weekend aerie* with Tf'D, I* congratuliiled by Id* (Wei teAmmnle* after hi* four-ply blow again*! the Frhggle* In the Friday lilt. Joint DeWItt, Yule Lory, und Holtiit Hiiker hIho drove Cowtowner pltehe* out of the park nt midut momept*. Put Hubert (with jucket on hi* right arm) to**ed in both game* Saturday, going all the way in tho firth content jind doing a relief stint hr the final inning of the last game. emi By RAY HOLBROOK Paul Lentlng. Aggie aoph hurdli »tui', upset afl the expert*’ pr dlrtlnhs by winning the low bur Ira und pfacltig third In the hlghji *t the Drake Itelny* Hnturdny in D«j* Molnea. lowu. Unhlng |e(l tho way fdi’ the four Aggie* t?nj- tered In the meet. Ck'ttrgt* Kndarn, creek Aggie weight ,*tnr, tnnk Mreund In the dlueua, defeuted by lea* thnn font by llyrl Thntnpann of Min noaota. Thompaon'a to** waa H)H' 7”. Hampton Third .1, 1). Hnmnk^n couldn't over eomc the mud nntl rain nml tho fust competitinn und lint) to bo content with third In the two’ mile after winning the event laid; yeur. First Game TCU (7) AB R H O A Ethridge, 2b 3 10 2 3 Boyd, ss .....j 3 112 4 Nolan, lb ! 3 2 18 0 Franks, rf 5 0 10 0 King, 3b 4 0 0 1 3 Hayes, If .4 1 2 2 0 Stepp, cf j 4 112 0 Looney, c \ 4 0 0 .7 0 Graves, p 1 0 0 0 2 Salim, p 1 0 0 0 1 A-Rose j 0 0 0 0 0 B-Elliott’ 110 0 0 C-Jones \ 1 0 0 0 0 D-Smith j 1 0 0 0 0 Totals .35 7 G 24 13 A—Hit by pitched ball for Salim in 9th. B—Safe on fielder’s choice for Ethridge in 9th. * C—Flied out x for Hayes in 9th. D—Grounded out for Stepp in 9th. A&M (10) AB R H O A ESrette, ,2b 5 0 0 2 2 Wallace, ss 3 3 1 0 1 Moon, cf ; 4 12 1 0 McPherson, rf , 4 1 0 1 0 DeWitt, If , 2 0 0 0 0 Baker, If ,21110 latry, lb 14 115 0 ('andclarl, 3I> 3 12 3 5 Calvert, e 4 t 3 0 0 Blanton, p J 3 1 I 0 0 Brown, p . ,i () 0 0 0 0 Total* ..... J....j3ft 10 11 27 H TCU 000 002 208— 7 6 3 A&M 240 20a 00x—10 11 4 E—Ethridge, Stepp, Korette, Cnndclari 2. King. Blanton. Left TCU o, A&M K, HU Moon. Maker, 2B Moon, Lory,, Hnyoa, Wnllnce. RBI Moon 4, Baker 2, Boyd, Frank* 2, Hayes, Stepp. HBP Rose (by Blanton), DP Ethridge, Boyd, Nolan; ('unde lor, Korette, Balk - Salim. SO - By Graves, 2, Blanton 9. Halim 4. BB - Off Graves 2. Blanton (I, Salim 5, Brown 1. HO — Graves 5 In 8, Blanton 6 In 8 13 WP—Graves 2. Salim, Blanton 2. Winner—Blan ton. Loser—•Grn y yo*. WSCS Meets Tonight Mrs. James F. .laeksoji will be hostess to the Women's Society of Christian Service in her home tonight at 7:30. New officers will be installed. Second Game TCU (6) Ethridge, 2b Hayes, If .... Nolan, 3b .. Franks, rf .. Boyd, ss .... Jones, lb .... Stepp, cf .... Looney, c Mathes, p Graves, p ... Totals A&M (7) Ecrette, 2b ... A-Ogletree Wallace, ss ... Moon, cf McPherson, rf Baker If . Lary, lb Candelari, 3b Calvert, e ... B-Farrner 1 Hamilton, c C-DeWitt Hubert, p D-Warrlner K-Mnltz AB R H O A 4 4 5 5 4 4 4 10 3 4 0 13 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2.2 1 1 2 0 0 0 10 3 2 3 12 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 .38 C 7 26.1.7, AB It II O A 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 3 1 5 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 2 10 1 1 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 () 2 1 0 0 0 0 o i o o o Totals . ... 30 7 7 27 12 1 /, Two out in 9th when win- liing run scored, A Safe on erf'ot' for Ecrette in 9th. [ . B—Ran for Calvert. In 7th, C—Walked for Hamilton bt Olli. D Safe on flelder’a ehoh'o for Hubert In 9th. , / ' E—Ratt for Warrlner In 0th. TCU 010 102 002 6 A & M 100 000 003 7 i ~ K • l.nry, Calvert, Ecrette, Will- laeu.i. Hubert, Nojlall. Left-—‘TCU -7, A&M 5. UR Lary, Nolan. 2H~ Wall nee 2, Jones, MePhe rson, Hnyes. RBI Nolan 2, Stepp, Ision- ey, Wallace 2, Baker, Lory,. 2, Warrlner. S Moon, Hubert. SB Jones, Ethridge. WP Matties 3, Unbelt. SO By Hubert ffTTdathes 2. BB—Off Hubert 2, Mathes 6. HO—Mathes, 5 in 8 1 3 innings. PB—Hamilton,' Looney. Winner-*- I Hubert. Loser—Graves. U—Bon- neau and Tongate. T—2:20. Clean Sweep A&M-TCU Series By Box Score Third Game TCU ft) AB R H 0 A Ethridge, 2b ... 3 0 / 0 2 2 Hayes, if. .. 3 1 0 0 0 Nolan, .'tbLc? Simith, i-fi- . 4 1 1 0 1 . 3 0 0 2 0 Rose x .. 0 0 0 0 (j Boyd, ss 2 0 1 2 Jones, lb .. 3= 1 1 4 Barnes, cf 4 1 1 2 0 Elliott, c . 3 0 2 5 2 Swaim, p .. 3 • 0 1 1 1 Totals .28 4 7 18 It A&M (6) AB R II O A Savarino, 2b 3 1 jO 2 0 Wallace, ss .. 3 1 1 2 8 Moon, cf .. 3 O 1 1... ,0 McPherson, rf .. 1 i 1' 0 (1 DeWitt,* If 1 1 1 2 (1 Lary, lb 2 0 0 6 n Malt/, lb 0 « 1) 1 Candelari, 3b 3 0 0 1 2 Hamilton, c o 0 0 It '1 Taylor, p , 2 0 0 0 1 Brown, p 1 0 » t) 1 Hubert, p. 0 0 0 l) 0 Totals 21 6 r6 21 l( X Ran for Smith In 7th. Summary: E Boyd, DeWItt LOB TCU 9, A&M 6: UR—De Witt; 2B- McPherson: RBI De Witt 4, McPherson 2, Jones; 2. El Holt; Sl.t Suvurlmi! HBP— Me Pherson hy Swnlm; WP •Swalin 2 r SO Swnlm 3, Taylnr 3, Hubert| MB Swufm 8 Taylor 4 Brown 21 II.off Taylor 6 for 4 In I 1/», Brown 0 for 0 la 2. Winner Hj'nwili Loser Swaim. U—llonneau, Tout gate T—1;65. rulit/er Prize Awarded New York. May 1 —<&>)— The 1950 Pulitkcr Prb/.ea, the trnditiorti al Amerfekn awards for newspaper work and literature, will be ailf nouncc'd today at Columbia Uni versity. .1 - — ] ' Condensed Statement of Condition . e STATE BANK & TRUST CO. BRYAN, TEXAS At tho Close of Business April 2$., 1950 ASSETS Cash «;ntl Due from Banks - !j U, 8, Government Obligations , .... Munidiml HobUh : Lnana and PiucountH — u. IknkldB House und Pixtterea- ..... 8toek m Federttl Reserve Bank „.,J Other Real Entitle TOTAL ASSETS . . \ 1 , j LIABILITIES Capital Stock «■. !)* SUrplue . .1 Undivided Profits Reserved fdr Taxes u... DEPOSITS: i Individual ./ $ 5,280.373.51 U. S. (government ...: 49,439.79 BknksJ. f L J., ! 87,337.39 Other Public Funds 1 646,259.76 1,843,111.60 3435,200.00 70,750.00 1,278,810.72 flo,2fn.u 6,000,00 2.00 1,406,174.43 100,000,00 100.000.00 141,450.05 4,316.03 TOTAL DEPOSITS . TOTAL LIABILITIES 6,063,407.45 6,409,174.43 Member Federal Deposit. Insurance Corporation OFFICERS M| W. J. Coulter, President O.’ W. Kelley, Assistant 'Cashier W. S. Higgs, Vic# President Curtis Mathis, Assistant Cashier Dulaney, Vice President 1 ” ” ' ’ ' l ' —' ‘ ^ ’ ‘ Pat Newton, Cashier L. E. Nedbalek, Assistant Cashier Willard E. Williams, Assistant Cashier Tho winner waa Rill McGulm of Miaaouri In the faat time of II48, He waa runner>un In the jnllf to Wlaconaln'a Don (lehrman last year In the NCAA meet. Pinlamng aecond wa* another Mlaaonrl run- ner. Fox, with Hampton cilnae behind. Hnntbweat Couforenoa arhool* on; farad very punrly on the whole, Hire’* rrai'ks mile relay wa* de* featml by Oklahoma A&M In Hi 10.8. j Oklahuma A&M'* mile team la at full atrength fdr the flrat time alnce It won at the Sugar Howl January flrat, Rice did, however, ■win the 440 relaj* to continue their winning way* begun at Kanamt Inat week. Rote C» pttirea Javelin Tobin Rote, the Owl*' quarter back javelin nod, won that event with a 195’ throiv. Texa* failed to win aj single flrat as Charley Par ker took third in the hundred and the Steer relay teams failed to place except for a third in the 880 relay. Leming, whose winning low.hur dles time was 24.2, beat out all competitors on the home stretch with his powerful stride. This is a good time since the race was around a Curve- Bob Hall, pre-meet favorite, fail ed to qualify when he took a spill in the preliminaries. Southwest Conference Places; By Events 220-yard low hurdles—1. Paul I-eming, A&M; 2. Roy Grieve, Bradley; 3. Rufis Merkel, Iowa. Time. :24.2. I Y Discus—1. Byrl Thanapson, Min nesota, 158’ 6 3/8” ; 2. George Ka- dera, A&M 157* 3'/,”; 3. Rollin Prather, Kansas State! Two mile ruri—1. William Mc- guire, Missouri; 2. Robert Fox,, •Missouri; 3. J. I). Hampton, A&M:; 4 Javier Monte^, Texas Western; Time 9:16.7. | 120-yard high hurdles—1, Wil liam Fleming, Notre Dame; 2. Russ Merkel, Iowa; 3.1’aul Leming, A&M; time :14J9. \ /Javelin—1. Topin'Rote, Rice, 193 feet, 5l/j incheiji; 2. Ray Marek, Texa*, 191 feet, 4 7/8 inches; 3 Delfn Piekarta, Santa Oollei % J 100 yard dash—1. Paul Btena, S ian »i 2. Bill Fell, Oregon i I. arl >a Parijer, Texaa. Tims M.l. r*Uy tiusrter mils relay— (Usd Klaus, Ralph Draw- ur Brown, Tom l’oa)j g. Hrnke, Tithe t4 uhder At——, 2, Of'goni ll. Drnke, Tithe t42.2. Un veralty two m||s relay—1. Oklnl omit A&M 2, llllnolat 3, Ns* biaak 4.1 WUennaliu I. Tsaas. Time 7:Bli. Un veralty half mile rslay—1, ok lab sma AAM 2. Drake] it.Teaa*. - r lt2rt,SS TI FdtR THE Ft Y.in Love to fMt Mi,. Yes Every Delicious Dish Is Prepared 'i I to Please Y O U nty of Hi-chairs for the Little Ones i !• 'L’j|' Jo Parking Problem < CARRY YOUR TRAY. ri()TAR0!S Cafeteria