The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 28, 1956, Image 4

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i/j a >-j Page 4 THE BATTALION Tuesday, February 28, 1956 s ’MURAL WRESTLERS have a go at it in yesterday’s “grunt-and-groan” session in De- Ware Field House. Refereeing the match (at left) is Barney Welch, hard-working di rector of intramurals. The Richards, Maurice and Hen ri, are the ninth set of brothers to have played for the Montreal Can- adiens in the National Hockey League. SOFT BALL EQUIPMENT Masks, Balls, Bats CAPS & SHOES Student Co-op Store NORTH GATE Tankers Blast UT; Face Rice Saturday A&M’s swift swimmers move into Houston in quest of their ninth straight victory Saturday when they match strokes with the Rice Owls in their final dual meet be^ for the Southwest Conference af fair in Austin, March 15-17. Coach Art Adamson’s terrific team battered down them number - one nemesis, the Texas Longhorns, 46-38, last Saturday to run their convenient, comfortable. 1 hr. 40 mins. 4 hrs. 25 mins. DALLAS LUBBOCK LOS ANGELES *Via Connecting Airline Call Continental at Victor 6-4789. 8 hrs.. 52 mins. Continental uGLMX*. JLMWJEJSi 1956 win streak to eight straight. The Aggies, led by sprinter Dick Hunkier and middle-distance ace Tetsue Okamoto, took seven of 10 firsts against the strong Texas tankers. Hunkier won the 50 and 100-yard freestyle .events while Brazil’s Okamoto easily took the 200 and 440-yard races. A&M’s Dick Weick set a new pool record of 1:27.3 in the 133 Va yard individual medley. Weick broke the week-old record of team mate Rip Woodard, who swam a 1:29.5 the previous Saturday. Norman Ufer, Gayle Klipple and Weick joined forces to win the 300- yard medley relay with a time of 3:02.1, and Ufer splashed to a first in the 200-yard backstroke. The Longhorns took first and second in three-meter diving and captured firsts in the 200-yard breaststroke and the 400-yard fi’ee- style relay. Texas’ Shorthorns out-swam the Aggie Fish, 49-28, taking seven of the nine events. Only Joe Steen, winner of the 100-yard backstroke and Don Pever, who won the 100- yard backstroke, could break the Shorthorn’s hold on first places. John DeVoe, Princeton baseball captain, and his brother Steve, who also is on the Tiger team, both are 6 feet 3. John is 21 and Steve 20. They come from Indianapolis, AGGIES!! “HOME COOKING” at prices you can afford. GRANNIE’S Next to Campus Theatre - CLOSED SUNDAYS — In Fish Basketball Sqd. 10, Sqd. 16 In Quarter-Finals By JOE DAN BOYD Squadron 10 and Squadron 16 broke into the quarter-finals of freshman basketball yesterday. Sqd. 10 defeated B-AAA, 18-16, and Sqd. 16 downed powerful Sqd. 20, 16-12, ending their unbeaten streak. A1 Williams paced the Sqd. 10 quintet with eight points. John Crews and Chuck Brown chunked in three each while Joe Parten and Leonard Clark added one basket apiece. Wayne Boyd and Herbert Taylor each scored seven points for Sqd. 16 and Paul Martin wrap ped it up with two. Donald Cunningham pinned Dwayne Williams in a 130-pound upper-classman wrestling match. Cunningham is from Sqd. 19 and Williams is in A-AAA. In the 167 division. Red Stimson of A- Ordnance outpointed B-AAA’s Hardy Barr, 8-6. Dorm 16’s James Doss defeated Frank Demuth, A- Infantry, by a 6-3 margin. Roy Millen took a quick victory for B-Field Artillery by pinning A-FA’s Don Fisher in the 177 bracket. John Ochterbeck manag ed a decision from Sqd. 21’s Janies Voorhies after an evenly matched tussel with neither of the 167 pound grapplers scoring. In football Leggett blanked Col lege View B, 7-0, A-Armor romp ed over Sqd. 5, 25-0, and Walton drew a forfeit from Law. ’MURAL STANDINGS CIVILIANS Teams Points 1. Leggett Hall ...470 2. Milner Hall ...225 Walton Hall ...225 3. Mitchell Hall ...170 4. College View CORPS (Class A) ...120 1. Squadron 10 ...440 2. Squadron 17 ....422V2 3. Maroon Band ...4071/2 B-Engineers ....4071/2 4. Squadron 7 CORPS (Class B) ....395 1. Squadron 12 ....365 B-Engineers ....365 2. C-Infantry ....355 3. B-Field Artillery ....3521/3 4. B-Infantry ....345 CHS Holds ‘Sports NighC Tonight at 7 in Tiger Gym Basketball, badminton and tumb ling will be the feature attractions of A & M Consolidated’s first “Sports Night” to be held tonight in Tiger gym beginning at 7 p.m. Admission is 25 cents- for adults and 15 cents for students. Tumbling opens the activities with Wayne Thompson, John Ham- ner, Bo Linton, Bill Hite, Susan Dowell, Ann Hite, Bobby Huff and Helen Klipple performing for the high school. Eighth grade tumblers are John Martinez, Billy Ball, Jan Winder and Patsy Wilkins. Performing for the seventh grade will be Manuel Martinez, Morris Stone, Shirley Rogers and Gayla Christensen, while Russell Welch, Joe Olian, Kay Andrews and Allyn Roth are the sixth grade gymnasts. J. B. Carroll and Manuel Garcia are the clowns. A WELCOME PLUNGE is taken by Emil Mamalig-a,. 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