The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 27, 1951, Image 3

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Tuesday, March 27, 1951 THE BATTALION Page 3 Aggies Square Off With Gophers; First Game Wednesday The Texas A&M baseball team and the University of Minnesota tangle here Wednesday and Thurs day in a two-game series. Game time will be 3 p. m. for the season, A&M has a win-loss record of 4-3, having split four games with the Brooke Army Field Medics and a pair with the University of Houston. The Aggies won their game with Sam Houston State 16-8. A&M is currently holding the upper hand on games played on Kyle Field with three wins to one loss. They won one game from the Medics 8-7, a single from the Uni versity of Houston 3-1, and the game with the Bearkats. The Ag gies lost their one home game to the Comets, 1-2. But the ’Cadets have not fared so well on the road. They dropped their game to the Cougars in Houston and lost one of their two game in San Antonio with the Comets. A&M is showing exceptional power this spring in its hitters. A1 Ogletree, catcher; Charles Rus sell, left fielder; Guy Wallace, short; and Bill McPherson, right fielder, have been hitting consist ently for the Aggies, and all of them have belted at least one four- bagger. Wallace, team captain, knocked two home runs in the run away game with the Bearkats to lead Aggie scorers. Probable starters for the Go phers Wednesday, in batting or der, are as follows: Charles Bosacker, center field; Robert Thompson, first base; Thomas Warner, left field; James Holk- er; short, Allen Anderson, sec ond; Frank Larson, right field; Conrad Eckstrom, third; and Glenn Gostic, catcher. Lloyd Lundeen, who won five and lost four for the Gophers last season, will probably start on the mound and be last in the batting order. But Coach Dick Siebert can call on any one of six other pitchers on the squad to start against the Aggies. Siebert might start James Lund on first instead of Thompson and Leonard Johnson in right field instead of Larson. Awaiting the Gophers in the field will probably be Aggie Guy Wal lace at shoi't; Hollis Baker in cen ter field; Yale Lary at first; Bill McPherson in right field; Charles Russell in left field; Henry Can- delari at third; Joe Ecrette on sec ond; and A1 Ogletree behind the plate. Coach Beau Belle used Pat Hubert, Ernest Johnson and Sid Goodloe in the last game with the Comets, and probably one of the three will go on the mound for A&M. All of these hurlers are right handers. A&M and the Gophers split their games here last year. A&M won the first 13-9 but dropped the second 9-10. How Can We Be So Stupid? (Continued from Page 2) know what will happen; before long the man will be dead. Then what will you do?” He said, “We have no assurance that this is going to expand in Asia.” I said to him, “Is it possible, sir, that you have never read the theses on the revolutionary movement in the col onial and semi-colonial areas?” He said, “No.” Well, what can you expect ? What wouldn’t a general give to get the enemy’s plan of cam paign? Why did we win at Mid way? Because we knew the plans of the Japanese fleet. Here it is written down for us, and we won’t pay attention to the testimony or the experiences of others who have tried to cooperate with them, tried Before you ’give up’ on your injector razor... YOU MUST TRY Bfil HOLLOW rHBGROUND INJECTOR BLADES in metal injector.. shave you better... cost you less! SQfcSQp 10 for 39<t • 6 for 25£ MONEY BACK GUARANTEE 1 ‘Buy Pals! TiyPals! Usa as many blades in a pack as you wish. If you’te not enthused, return dispensar to us foa full refund. Pa! Blads Col, Inc., 43 West 5/th Street New Vo* 19. PAl double and single edge blades in dear-view Zipaks with used blade vaults for 70 v 10 for 254 Regular packing 4 for 104 to work out a compromise with them. Russia’s Deceptive Strategy Chiang Kai-Shek was the first man in the world who found out the facts on that. He was the ori ginal Tito. He discovered that Com munism wasn’t planned to work for the benefit of the Chinese; it was trying to get China to step on its program of world conquest, so he broke with them, and he has had the courage and steadfastness to fight them—alone, most of the time —for 23 years, and is still fighting them. He fought on our side for four and one-half years against Japan before we had grains enough to know it as our side and ever since the war and before he has been fighting against the world conspiracy which has us as a tar get. Ke have been kicking him in the teeth—it’s fantastic. Petkoff was another who tried. Mr. Petkoff was the great liberal agrarian reformer of Bulgaria. He was head of the largest party there, the Peasant Party. He want ed to show these Communists that he had no designs on that, that he really wanted to get for them the things they wanted, so he organ ized the Fatherland Front. He brought them into the government of Bulgaria—a great wonderful thing, the kind of thing the United Nations has been trying so hard to do, some of them, to get the snake into the team so it can help plan a campaign against snakes. Well, Petkoff brought them into the Bulgarian government, and they stood around and looked re spectable for a while, when sud denly the Communists called a special meeting of the Bulgarian Diet, and Petkoff’s party was be ing scattered all over the counti’y; the Peasant Party couldn’t get in. They held a meeting and passed one resolution removing the Pea sant Party. They arrested Petkoff on the way out of the Parliament, and executed him five days later. I was in Sofia and went out and, with a few other Congressmen, laid a wreath on the grave of a great liberal who betrayed his country because he couldn’t look at the nature of the Communist conspi racy, and insisted it was a peace- loving conspicary. Benes was another who suffered from the same delusion; Nehru is suffering from it now. The other day a man was bitter with me for talking about Nehru. I said, “Wait a minute. It took you 23 years to find out; you’ll have to give him a few more minutes or a few more weeks to find out what it took our government 23 years longer than (Continued on Page 4) CLEANED Stored Clothes Spurn Moths! Soiled, stored clothes make tasty morsels for moths ... so before you pack away those Winter clothes, let us give them a good cleaning.... You’ll be glad you did, this time next year. AGGIE CLEANERS N. Gate 1 College Station Darrow Hooper of Ft. Worth, the explosive Aggie sophomore weight star, shows the form he used Friday when he cut loose with the 16 lb. shot for a 5.2’ B'/z” throw. This betters the existing SWC record by 2’ 7'/ 4 ”. Texas Cops Title In SWC Tank Meet A&M was Texas’ closest rival Saturday night as the Longhorns splashed their way to a 20-point margin to win the Southwest Com ference swimming meet. The meet was held in Austin. Texas won with 120 points, while A&M was runner-up with 100. It was Texas’ 18th title in the 20 years the meet has been held. A&M was Texas’ nearest rival with 100 points in the two-day tourney. Southern Methodist was third with 95, and Baylor trailed badly with nine points. Rice was not entered. In winning the championship, Texas swimmers set two new marks Saturday night and the Ag gies copped a third. Johnny Crawford, Texas breast stroke star, got a new record in the 100-yard preliminaries. His time was 1:04.2. The old time was 1:05.3 set by Jim Flowers of A&M in 1947. Crawford had set a new meet record in the 200-yard breast stroke Friday. Eddie Gilbert, Texas captain and high point man with 19 for the meet, swam to a new record in the 100-yard freestyle event. His time was :52 flat. Ben Adamson of A&M won the 150-yard individual medley, in 1:- ,37.2 for a new record. Skippy Browning of Texas com pleted a sweep in the diving events when he won the three-meter championship. He took the one- meter championship friday. Arden Amerine of SMU was sec ond in individual scoring with 18 points. Hooper Sets New Shot Record In Triangular Cinder Contest By RAY HOLBROOK The powerful Texas Aggies showed their track strength again last Friday as they smashed the Texas Longhorns and Rice Owls with 82% points to Texas’ 68 Va and Rice’s 18. Dynamic Darrow Hooper, the greatest shot-putter in South west Conference history, put the iron ball 52’ 9 l /2”, more than B'/z feet better than the present con ference record, for the outstand ing performance of the day. The Ag soph also won the discus with a 151’ 4'/2” throw for runner-up high count honors. Ralph Person, of Texas, took the high point title with wins in the 100 over Aggie Bill Stalter in 9.9, and in the low hurdles over Cadet Bill Bless in 23.7, plus a lap on the second place 440 relay for 10 3/4 points. The Aggies won 10 of the 16 events plus a tie for first and failed to place in only one event— the javelin, in which Texas took all four places. Huskies Cool Aggies in Fast NCAA Playoff The University of Washington took the Aggies on a one-way, no return ride Thursday night, beating them 62-40 to drop them out of the NCAA western basketball play offs. Washington jumped off to an early 12-3 lead and at the half was ahead 27-15 against the chilled Cadets. Not even the fine second half exhibitiion of marksmanship by John DeWitt could save the out classed and mostly outsped Texans. Texas A&M, winner of the Southwest Conference champion ship in a playoff with Texas, was paced by DeWitt’s 14 points. De- Witt got an even dozen of his markers in a burst of goal-making in the final half. But the entire Aggie team froze solid with six and a half minutes to play and couldn’t budge off its 40-point total. Meanwhile, Washington’s quin tet of the shotmakers hit often. Frank Guisness was high with 16 points. Washington’s slightly superior height paid off in defensive re bounds. The Huskies, leading team of the Pacific Coast Conference, marked up 41 defensive rebounds to 24 for the Aggies. In shooting, Washington’s per centage was 37. Texas A&M finish ed with 26 per cent. Tributes Honor Collins Boston, March 27—UP)—Tributes and condolences poured in Mon day as funeral arrangements were made for Edward Trowbridge (Ed die) Collins, Red Sox vice presi dent. The 63-year-old baseball immor tal will be buried in the family lot in Weston after a requiem mass at 9:30 (CST) Wednesday in the Church of the Advent (Episcopal) here in Boston. TODAY & WEDNESDAY FIRST RUN —Features Start— 1:32 - 3:39 - 5:46 - 7:53 - 10:00 GRABLE • DAILEY DANNY THOMAS iipH,,.... 20th Century.Fox Picture NEWS — CARTOON MAKE 'EM LAST Shoes take an awful beating, exposed to the elements—the sun, the rain and the wind. Without proper care, they will dry out and become unsightly. KIWI polish makes the leather in your shoes water-resistant. It is leather-nourishing, preventing drying-out by preserving the leather. As long as shoes are so high priced, why not save by coming to The Exchange Store and filling your needs for better shoe care with KIWI Shoe Polish. THE EXCHANGE STORE “Serving Texas Aggies” Texas again tasted defeat in the 440 relay as Cadet Stalter pulled away in the home stretch winning in the fine time of 42.3. The relay team is composed of Bernie Place, Bless, and Bobby Ragsdale in the first three spots. Another maroon and white soph- 440-yard relay: 1) Aggies (Place, Bless, Ragsdale, Stalter; 2) Texas; 3) Rice. Time 42.4. Mile run: 1) Garmany, Aggies; 2) Her ring, Aggies; 3) Budd, Texas; 4) Lazarine, Aggies. Time 4:22.8. 440-yard dash; 1) Mitchell, AggieS; 2) Eschenberg, Texas; 3) Broemer, Texas; 4) Schaeffer, Aggies. Time 48.6. 100-yard dash: 1) Person, Texas; 2) Stalter, Aggies; 3) Rogers, Texas; 4) Blackman, Rice. Time 9.9. 120-yard high hurdles; 1) Howton, Rice; S) Leming, Aggies; 3) Scallen, Texas; 4) Hansen, Aggies. Time 14.7. 880-yard run: 1) Wilmsen, Aggies; 2) Terry, Aggies; 3) Graf, Rice; 4) Rice. Time 22.2. 2-Mile run: 1) Hudgins, Aggies; 2) Ga briel, Aggies; 3) Winston, Rice; 4) Run- dell, Texas. Time 9:49.7. 220-yard low hurdles; 1) Person, Texas; 2) Bless, Aggies; 3), Leming, Aggies; 4) Ragsdale, Aggies. Time 23.7. Shot put 1) Hooper, Aggies; 2) Millburn, Texas; 3) Berger, Rice; 4) Pratt, Aggies. Distance 52 feet, 9(4 inches. Javelin: 1) Marek, Texas; 2) Klein, Tex as; 3) Cone, Texas; 4) Dowies, Texas. Distance 184 feet, 414 inches. High jump: 1) Three-way tie between Townsend, Texas, Ransopher, Texas, and Graves, Aggies; 4) Two-way tie between Dimmitt, Aggies, and Womack, Texas. Height 6 feet, 3% inches. Pole vault: 1) Simpson. Aggies; 2) Thompkins, Texas; 3) Marks, Aggies; 4) Tie between Graves, Aggies; Runnels, Tex as, and Spradlin, Aggies. Height 13 feet, 8 inches. / biscuss: 1) Hooper, Aggies; 2) Town send, Tex,as; 3) Gerhardt, Rice; 4) Don aldson, Rice. Distance 151 feet, 4(4 inches. Broad jump; 1) Meeks, Texas; 2) Rags dale, Aggies; 3) Gerhardt, Rice; 4) John son, Texas. Distance 23 feet, 1134 inches. Mile relay; 1) Aggies (Place, Mays, Mc Carty, Mitchell; 2) Texas; 3) Rice. Time 3:16. TODAY & WEDNESDAY LOADED WITH ADULT EMOTIONS ...PAUL HENREID «.». CATHERINE McLEOD • GRACE COPPIN CECIL CLOVELIY Mutt omore turned in the most brilliant performance of the day, second only to Hooper. He was Ed Wilm sen, 150-pound converted quarter miler from Waco, who outran the SWC defending champion and rec ord holder in the 880 to win his third straight victory. And in do ing so he hung up one of the best times in recent years for an early season meet. Wilmsen kicked from 5th to first in the last lap to run a fine 1:55.1. He was closely fol lowed by two other Ags, J. A. Ter ry in second and Robert Allen, in fourth. The Texas Aggie mile relay team served notice Friday that it is fielding a very good team and one that will be trying for national honors. The quartet of Bernie Place, Bob Mays, Fuston McCarty, and Don Mitchell ran way out ahead by themselves and turned in a blazing 3:16.0. Mitchell also showed his expected, but not ’til now apparent, quarter mile speed by easily winning the 440 dash in an excellent 48.6. Jack Simpson turned in an other top notch performance, winning the pole vault at 13’ 8”. He Barely missed twice at 14’- 2”. In one of the day’s best races, Cadet John Garmany nipped teammate Julian Herring in the stretch of the mile to win in a very respectable 4:22.8. Charlie Gabriel of the Aggies put on a spectacular last half-a- lap sprint in the two-mile run to US THE R GRILL J for Real Taste TREATS • Home Made Chili • Delicious Malts • Bar-B-Q Sandwiches • Friendly Service B & B GRILL NORTH GATE bring him from fourth to a mere step behind his winning teammate Charles Hudgins. Hudgins led throughout most of the race and had stretched the lead in the next- to-last lap. Stalter came through as expect ed in the 220 dash to win in a very good 22.1 for a total of 9 1/4 points. Don Graves again tied for first in the high jump for the Aggies but this time with two Longhorns, Byron Townsend and Ransopher. Bobby Ragsdale had Charlie Meeks of Texas beat in the broad jump up to the last jump but fin ally had to be content with sec ond. 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