The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 22, 1954, Image 4

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Page '4 THE BATTALION Thursday, April 22, 1954 TexasL u i heran D:rul:>s Ags 4-2 Cadets’ Six Errors Cost Them Decision Based on AP Reports SEGUIN —The Aggies hobbled their way * to their ninth loss of the season yesterday in their sev enteenth game, a 4-2 drubbing by Texas Lutheran. Two Aggie pitchers, Jerry Nel son and Joe Hardgrove, pitched four hit ball between them, but errors on the part of their team mates accounted for four runs for Texas Lutheran to give the Seguin team a four-run advantage in the fourth inning. The Cadets scored a single run in the fifth frame and another in the eighth for their only tallies. In their big fourth inning push, the Texas Lutheran squad got only one hit, but parleyed four errors and a hit batsmen into the win ning runs. Pete Correa of the winners went the route and was the winning hurler. Nelson was the losing pitcher.' He was replaced by.Hard grove in the fifth inning. The Aggies’ next game will be Games of The Week April 23—Varsity Tennis at SMU. April 24—Fish Baseball here vs. Blinn. Varsity Baseball at TCU. Track at Drake Relays. Golf here vs. Arkansas. Tennis at TCU. Guion Ha TODAY and FRIDAY BROADWAY’S BIG HIT BECOMES A GREAT ; \ M-G-M MUSICAL. IN COLOR! .... Friday afternoon in Fort Worth against the TCU Horned Frogs. The Aggies are in second place and lead SMU by IVz games in Southwest conference play. The Ponies lost to Baylor yesterday 3-2 in a pitchers’ duel between Tommy Bowers of the Mustangs and Fred Gottlieb of the Bruins. A&M sports a 4-3 record in the conference, winning games from Rice (2), SMU and Baylor. They have lost to Texas, Baylor and SMU. A&M 000 010 010— 2 7 6 Lutheran ....000 400 OOx— 4 4 2 Jerry Nelson, Joe Hardgrove (5) and Jim Williams; Pete Correa and Wayne Carter. State Swim High Meet The annual state high school swimming meet will be held here Saturday in P. L. Downs jr. pool. Twelve schools have turned in entry blanks with more expected, said swimming Coach Art Adam son. He expects this to be one of the largest meets ever held. Lamar high school (Houston) is the defending champ. They have won every year since 1946, except in 1949 when Highland Park (Dal las) nosed them out. Lamar will be without many of last year’s stars who scored a large number of their points. It looks like Highland Park will School Set Here be the favored team this year with Lamar, Reagan (Houston), Alamo Heights (San Antonio) and A&M Consolidated giving the strongest competition. Teams entered so far are Lamar, Reagan, San Jacinto (Houston), Galena Park, Tivy, Odessa, A&M Consolidated, Paschal (Ft. Worth), Beaumont High, S. F. Austin (Bry an), Austin (Austin), Alamo Heights and Highland Park. The meet is sponsored by the athletic department. Preliminaries will start at 2:30 p.m. and the fi nals will be at 7. There is no ad mission charge. TALK OYER COMING GAME—These three Aggie baseball players, (from 1. to r.) Behn Hubbard, Les Byrd and John Stockton, talk over the coming match with TCU which the Cadet diamond squad faces Saturday in Fort Worth. Hubbard is hitting .227 in South west conference play for the Cadets and is fourth on the team in that category. Byrd is starting first baseman and Stockton is starting centerfielder for Coach Beau Bell’s team. Fish Ball Squad .o Play Blinn Here an wit® ai Bryan Z‘$$79 STARTS TODAY GLENN ANN FORD • SHERIDAN AnfoMmihi in Honduras co-starring fr T&CMAf/CQ£Qj?'i With Florida slugger Dick Bleck- ner leading the way, the Aggie freshman baseball squad will com pete with Blinn junior' college Sat urday afternoon at 2 p.m. on Kyle field. Little (5-8) Bleckner leads the freshmen in hitting with a .409 average through their first eight games. He has gotten on base a total of 13 times in six games. He ha^ scored, 8 runs, knocked 2 home runs, stolen 6 bases, walked 3 times and struck out only twice. Bleckner is from West Palm Beach, Fla. Hotal hitting for the team is .226, compared to .198 for their op ponents. Leading hurlers for the Fish are Doug Mullins of Wichita Falls, who has won two, lost none and who has 13 walks and 6 strikeouts to his credit. He has faced only 52 batters however. In his three completed games, pitclfer Dick Munday, former Ste phen F. Austin (Bryan) high school pitcher, has hurled 27 strikeouts, walked 18, has a 1.0 earned run average, pitched 35% innings and pitched to 147 batters. Another standout player on the FISH HITTING Player— Avant, c 1 Bleckner, ss .... 6 Hoyle, lb 8 Kraga, p-2b 3 Sullivan, p 2 White, 3b .7 Ross, 3b ,4 Blood, rt 6 Gattis, c 8 Wade, ss-3b ... .5 Wilson, 2b 7 Andrews, 3b ... .2 Puls, 2b 3 Mullins, p 3 Munday, p ..... 5 O’Connell, 1-rf ..7 Holiday, rf-cf . .8 Bushnefi,r-3-lb ..7 Pyland, cw .... 2 West, c 2 McDonald, rf . . .1 Finch, cf 1 A&M Totals Opp. Totals G AB R H RBI. 22 23 8 3 17 7 25 20 13 24 6 7 7 10 8 22 25 5 5 1 1 .8 266 .8 252 38 25 AVE. 1.000 .400 .301 .375 .375 .204 .286 .280 .250 .231 .208 .167 .143 .143 .125 .125 .091 .080 .000 .000 .000 .000 .226 .198 freshman squad is right fielder Charley Blood, who is also an out standing basketball player accord ing to Coach John Floyd. Blood is a former all-state eager. He hails from Ponca City, Okla. Blood has eight runs-batted-in to his. credit and is fourth in team batting with a .280. John Hoyle, another Oklahoman, he comes from Tulsa, covers the first base area for the Fish. Hoyle is hitting .391 to take second place honors in batting for the team. He has three RBIs. Billy Ray White, El Paso third baseman for the Fish, i& hitting .294. He has four RBIs to his credit and has walked eight times. He is third in hitting for the Fish. The first time out aaginst Blinn earlier in the season, the Fish blanked the Brenham junior col lege 8-0. They’ll be out for an other win Saturday. A&M Cowhands Compete In Hardin-Simmons Rodeo Based on AP Reports A&M’s rodeo team will join more than 100 other top collegiate cowhands in the eighth annual Hardin-Simmons University rodeo, today and Friday in Abilene. The sixteen teams entered in the competition represent schools from five southwestern states. The col leges entered are: Texas Tech, Oklahoma university, Oklahoma A&M, Sam Houston state college, Sul Ross, Hardin-Simmons, Ranger junior college, Texas A&M, Texas Christian, New Mexico A&M, Abi lene Christian college, University of New Mexico, Baylor, Tarleton junior college, Colorado A&M and University of Arizona. The Hardin-Simmons team is the defending national champion. Points made in the rodeo there will count toward the national title. DYERS'FUfc STORAGE HATTERS 210 S. Main Bryan Pho. 2-1584 WE SALUTE W. DEE KUTACH 302 Park Place College Station Phone 6-1281 tel V' ' • We salute our area leader for the month of March. His efforts on behalf of his friends and neighbors have earned him the recognition as being one of our outstanding Great Southerners. You can confidently rely upon his counsel when he calls to discuss your needs for life insurance protection. Great Southern Jjjfe Insurance Company Founded 1909 Jlome Office • ffouston, Texas PREMI UMS Save all our cash-register receipts. In lots of $50 or more, we will redeem them from you for highly desirable premiums — high grade greeting cards, picnic boxes and many other items. You will like the selections and values. Tuesday’s GREEN receipts and receipts with RED STARS on them will count double. Start saving them today. Frozen Foods % % Season Record: 5-3 QUEEN hi W'"" 1 w r W NOW SHOWING Jeannie Crain — in — “Dangerous Crossing” Fish 5, Lamar high school 2 Fish 8, Blinn College 0 Fish 6, Rice Owlets 11 Fish 7, Bryan high school 2 Fish 7, Reagan high school. . . .5 Fish 10, John Tarleton 4 Fish 0, Baylor Cubs 5 Fish 2, Texas Shorthorns 3 Razorback Golfers Play Here Saturday The Aggie links team will meet Arkansas here Saturday at 2 p.m. David Vandcrvoort will be in the number one spot for the Cadets. Homer Calloway will be in the sec ond spot with Wick Vennard num ber three and John Van Wert in the fourth position. The Cadets will be without the services of star Bill Franklin, who underwent an operation over the holiday and will be out for the remainder of the season. ■EXTRAORDINARY MEATS AT ORDINARY PRICES- Choice Baby Beef Club Steaks Choice Baby Beef Loin Steak Choice Baby Beef Pot Roast . Decker’s Korn Kist Bacon . . . . . lb. 63c . . lb. 77c . . lb. 47c . . lb. 59c HEART O’ TEXAS FRYERS Choice Baby Beef Seven Steaks .. lb. 55c Choice Lean Brisket Stew Meat . . lb. 25c Freshly Ground Ground Meat. . lb. 35c (3 LBS. $1.00) Hormel All-Meat Franks . . lb. 49c VC Skinless Wieners . . .lb. 39c Armour’s Mild Hoop Cheese . . lb. 59c Hormel Midwest Bacon . . . .lb. 73c Fresh, Pure Pork Homemade Pan Sausage . . lb. 59c Whole—Cello. 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Can FOLGER’S COFFEE . $1.09 Popular Brands—(Others Proportionately) CIGARETTES carton $2.09 Ballard’s or Pillsbury’s BISCUITS 3 cans 29e « SALE OF CANNED FOODS « No. 303 Cans Happy Host—Green and White LIMA BEANS 2 cans 27c 303 Cans Curtis Standard TOMATOES . . 2 cans 27c (Limit 2 Please) HORMEL OLEO Mixed Sizes and Colors in Paper Bags EGGS — Guaranteed . . 1 Lb. Sunshine Krispy CRACKERS . . . . lb. 19c dozen 39c . box 25c Buffet Cans—Happy Host—CUT GREEN ASPARAGUS SPEARS . . . can 16c No. 2 Cans—Dolly Madison Ring Type DARK SWEET CHERRIES . .. can 37c 15% Oz. Cans Viviano Prepared—Tom. Sauce & Cheese SPAGHETTI . . . 2 cans 25c Vz Gallon Glass Sanitary Grade A Pasteurized Milk ... 2 for 75c (Plus bottle deposits.) FACTORY DEMONSTRATION FRI. — SAT—Carnation COTTAGE CHEESE . full lb. 25c Southside Food Market WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES STORE HOURS: 8 a.m. — 7 p.m. Daily Open 30 Minutes Earlier Fri. & Sat. — Closed 3 Blocks Due South of Ksde Field, College Sundays. 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