The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 08, 1954, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION Thursday, April 8, 1954 Freshmen Stop Tar let on 1.0-4 Fraga Does Fine Relief Work By J. EARSEL CARRELL ~\ Battalion. Sports Writer ^ Lupe Zammarron Fraga, who has a rather difficult name to pronounce, proved even more difficult to hit as he turned back the Tarleton State Plowboys with fine relief hurling to give the Fish a 10 to 4 victory here Wednesday. Fraga, a former all-stater from St. Thomas high school (Houston), relieved starter Doug Mullins in the third inning with the bases loaded with Plowboys, two outs and with a 5-3 Fish lead TRIANGLE’S SPECIAL Businessmen’s Lunch FRIDAY, APRIL 9 CHOICE OF ONE — (1) Shrimp Creole with Rice (2) Chicken Fried Steak (Choice two Vegetables) DESSERT — Jello BEVERAGE—Tea or Coffee TRIANGLE Drive-In Lounge Try Crowflite Gas ant Triangle Station NOW SHOWING HERBERT J. VSTES »' presents jJUBIlEE ! TBAIL i 7®cmme/ a republic * £y COMOt/OATTO ° PICTURE J NOW SHOWING Bowery Boys — I N — “Paris Playboys” "“jr WILLIAM RICHARD = LUNDiGAN • CARLSON DAWN HERBERT MARTHA ADDAMS • MARSHALL •HYER CIRCLE TODAY thru FRIDAY “TUMBLEWEED” Andie Murphy 5 —ALSO— r “FORT f ALGIERS” Yvonne De Carlo in danger. He promptly forced Plowboy Will Hunt to ground into a force play at second and silenced the Tarleton team bats with only four hits and one run through the remaining six innings. Mullins deserved a better fate, giving up only two hits in his short stay, but seven walks got him in too much hot water and Fraga had to relieve. Lew Blood, Dick Bleckner and Skeeter Wilson paced the Fish at the plate. Wilson led off with a triple in the first inning to start the Fish on a four-run outburst. Bleckner singled Wilson in, John Hoyle sacrificed Bleckner to sec ond and both runners advanced on the Tarleton second baseman’s ov erthrow at first. Bob Holliday walked and Blood followed with a two run single to center. Holliday scored from third on an error and Wilson grounded out to end the inning. Wayne Griffith started for the Plowboys and was charged with the loss. Joe Ingraham relieved in the third and pitched creditable ball until a five-run Fish outburst in the sixth chased him to the showers. Tarleton rallied in the third for three runs after the Fish had scored a run in the second to take a 5-0 lead. Four walks and singles by Bob Davenport and Howie Meissner ac counted for the Plowboy runs with Hunt forcing Webb Bishop at sec ond to end the threat. Two consecutive singles and a Fish error gave Tarleton a run off Fraga in, the sixth to cut the Fish lead to 5-4. But singles by Fraga, Hoyle and Bryon Andrews, along with two walks and a hit batsman gave the Fish five big runs in the sixth frame and a 10 to 4 victory. Leading hitter for Tarleton was Meissner with two singles in five trips to the plate and two RBI’s. TARLETON (4) Ali R H PO A E Dowtain, 2b 4 0 0 3 3 1 Meissner, cf .5 1 2 1 1 0 Page, ss 4 1 0 3 1 1 Nankin, 3b 3 0 1 0 1 1 Sawyer, lb 3 0 0 7 O 0 Bishop, if-c 2 1 1 0 0 0 Hunt, rf 3 0 1 0 0 0 Davenport, c 3 1 110 0 0 Dove, if 1 0 0 0 0 0 Griffith, p 0 0 0 0 1 0 Ingraham, p 2 0 0 0 2 1 Hopwood, p 1 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 31 4 6 24 10. 4 FISH (10) AB R II PO A E Wilson, 2b 4 1 2 3 2 0 Bleckner, ss 3 3 2 2 5 0 Hoyle, lb 3 2 1 10 1 1 Holliday, cf 3 2 0.2 1 0 Bushndll, if 3 0 0 2 0 0 O’Conneil, If 2 0 0 1 0 0 Blood, rf 4 1 2 0 0 0 Andrews, 3b .5 0 1 1 3 1 Gattis, c 2 0 0 5 3 0 Mullins, p 0 0 0 1 0 0 Fraga, p .3 1 1 0 1 0 Totals 32 10 9 27 16 2 T S C 003 001 0Q0— 4 A & M 410 005 OOx—10 RBI—Meissner 2, Sawyer, Bishop, Bleck ner. Hoyle, Blood 3, Andrews 2, Gattis. 3B —Wilson. SB—Bleckner 4, Hoyle, Fraga. SAC—Wilson, Hoyle. DP — Holliday to Hoyle, Andrews to Hoyle to Wilson. LOB -—Tarleton S, Fish 9. BOB—Mullins 7, Fraga, Griffith 5; Ingraham 2, Hopwood. SO—Mullins 2, Fraga 3, Griffith 4, Ing raham 5, Hopwood. H and R Off-—Mul lins 2 and 3 in 2%, Fraga 4 and 1 in 6 1/3 Griffith 4' and 5 in 2%. Ingraham 4 and 5 in 3 l/3j Hopwood 1 and 0 in 2 innings. ER—Mullins 3. Fraga 1, Griffiths, Ing raham 4. HPB—Giood (Ingraham), PB— Davenport 2. Winner—Fraga. Loser — Griffith. UMP—Bryant and Martin. Time 2:50. ATTENTION FUTURE AGGIE CO^IMISSIONED OFFICERS Our office will be open each Wednesday night for the purpose of measuring you for your new Officers Uniforms. LAUTERSTEIN’S 214 Varisco Bldg. Guion Hall TODAY and FRIDAY It’s the "An American in Paris" girl—in a thrilling new triumph! FEKAffifr TECHNICOLOR Joe Hardgrove To Face Bears Friday Tiger Net Team Wins Tuesday Fred Anderson of the Ti- g e r tennis squad defeated Wheeler of Temple 6-1, 6-1 to lead the Tigers in a 9-4 team victory Tuesday over the cen tral Texas team in Temple. In the girls’ matches, Betsy Burchard of Consolidated won two matches. She took one from Mar lene Vaughn of Temple 6-0, 6-2. She also beat Peggy Malinak 6-0. In other matches, for the boys, Anderson also defeated Tom Jen kins 6-0, 6-1. Bobby Jackson down ed Wheeler 6-0, 6-1. The Tigers Roland Beasley defeated Lynn Coates 6-0, 6-1. Bubba Engle- bre.cht beat Binks Campbell 6-0, 6-0. Jackson and Beasley downed Jenkins and Coates 6-0, 6-0 in boys doubles. The boys lost only five games out of sixty in the six matches. In the girls competition, Euge nia Rush of CHS was beaten in her first match by Temple’s Peggy Malinak 3-6, 3r6. Rush defeated Betty Wagenor 6-0. Sandra Couch of Consolidated lost to Marilyn Marshall 1-6, 7-5, 1-6. Janice La timer and Penny Laverty lost to Jane King and Patsy Manley of Temple 3-6, 4-6 in girls doubles. In a junior division match, Helen Holmes of Consolidated lost to Molly Haverland 6-4, 1-6, 1-6. ’MURAL HIGHLIGHTS A QMC will play Sqd. 14 and Sqd. 10 will play Sqd. 13 today in the intramural volleyball play offs. The winners of these two games will play for the corps class A championship Friday. Sqd. 14 defeated A Ord. Wednes day in two very exciting intramural volleyball league playoff games. Team leaders were Dale Fisher and Nelineii To Meet Rice in Houston The Aggie tennis team will meet the Owls in Houston, Saturday. The Cadets will be without the services of their number one man Gene Kinard, who has dropped out of school due to his mother’s ill ness. The Cadets have a six and six record this year. * They have down ed Southwestern Louisiana Insti tute, Hardin Simmons, Abilene Christian College, and Baylor three timesj. The A&M squad is now made up of only four men. Bill Ashburn, Bob Kerr, Ronald Wolff, and Frank Holbrook are the remain ing varsity netters. SOUTHWEST TEXAS CLUB MEETING 2nd Floor Lounge MSC 7:15 Tonight CLUB PICTURE EASTER PARTY Dave Kerry of Sqd. 14 and Floyd Grimland and Gil Brigham of A Ord. Powerful A QMC beat Sqd. 7 Wednesday 2-0 in league champion ship playoff. Homer Dillon and Eugene Faultine of A QMC and Carlos Gonzales of Sqd. 7 were outstanding players. Tuesday’s Rifle I - Co. I)—395; Sqd. 25—258. Co. I—401; Sqd. 18—266. < Co. B—485; Sqd. 23—425. j Wednesday Softball Sqd. 14—9; A QMC—4. Sqd. 2—9; ASA—3. Sqd. 9—4; A AAA—4. (tie) B Arm—7; Sqd. 12—7. (tie) Southwest Conference Standings Team IV I. I’d. R Texas A&M 3 Texas . . . . •. 3 Texas Christian 2 Southern Methodist ... 2 Rice 1 Baylor . . . . 1 OR 1 .750 39 9 1 .750 33 24 2 .500 17 20 2 .500 10 21 3 .250 15 17 3 .250 28 31 ATTENTION GOLFERS The K & B Driving Range is open from 10 ’til 10 every day New Manager and Instructor V. Y. 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