The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 04, 1956, Image 3

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. -S :X' 7'v^ V Wednesday, April 4, 1956 THE BATTALION •THE FOUR LAMBS—One of the featured acts for the Intercollegiate Talent Show to be held in White Coliseum April 13 will be The Four Lambs, a popular quartet from Oklahoma University. The show is sponsored by the MSC Music Group. Tickets are now on sale, with prices ranging from $1 for general admission and $1.50 for reserved seats. In all, 14 acts will be in this year’s ITS. . CHS Wins 2 in Baseball, Takes Second in Golf Meet By MAURICE OLIAN A&M Consolidated’s Tigers ran their district record to two wins and no losses yesterday by down ing Navasota’s Rattlers 5-2 at Ti ger Field. Season record for CHS is now 6-5. Edgar Feldman pitched five innings of three-hit ball to take the w win, his fourth of the season against two losses, with Bobby Potts finishing the last two frames, giving up but two safe blows. CHS got two runs in the second inning, with the big blows being Feldman’s double and a single by George Carroll. Navasota broke SUMMER VACATION . . .? • Learn to speak SPANISH, fulfill language requirement, Increase your EARNING pow er, in AIR - CONDITIONED comfort. II weeks course $435.00. Folder free: I.alin- American Institute Station A, Hattiesburg, Miss. McCALL’S Humble Service Station “Where Service Is First” East Gate t VI 6-4922 Hy 6 into the scoring column in the fourth with one run on a walk and two errors. The Tigers sewed up the game in the fifth with three runs on three hits — singles by Steadman Davis, Manuel Garcia and Mike McGuire. ' Consolidated had 5 runs, 5 hits and 2 errors; Navasota, 2, 5 and 4. Battery for CHS was Feldman, (See CONSOLIDATED, Page 4) Okamoto Places In NCAA Meet Tetsuo Okamoto, sophomore swimmer from A&M, placed in two events in the NCAA finals held last weekend at New Haven, Conn. Okamoto, who was accompanied to the meet by A&M swimming coach Art Adamson, was the only Aggie swimmer entered, as Ohio State splashed to win. The Aggie swimmer placed third in his specialty, the 1,500-meter freestyle, and sixth in the 440-yard freestyle. Dick Breen, Cortland State Teachers College, set a new world’s record in the 1,500 meters, beating the old mark of 18:19 in swimming the distance in 18:05:19. Okamoto is only the second Ag gie ever to score points in the na tional meet. Danny Green took third in the 1,500 meter freestyle and 440-yard freestyle in 1946. Only one othei^ Southwest Cc^i- feiynce swimming team scored points in the meet. SMU’s Pedro Gavin won third in the 100- and 200-yard backstroke, and Ronnie Smith of SMU took sixth ip high- board diving. A SPECIAL INVITATION The Graduating Clans of \>6 You are cordially invited to come and live in Denver, Colorado. — “The Climate and Health Capitol of the Nation.” The Glenn L. Martin Company offers the finest in location, facilities, professional ad vancement and challenging occupations. There are many exciting positions with a future for graduates with a B.S., M.S., or Ph.D. in any of the following fields: Aeronautical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mathematics Civil Engineering Physics Electrical Engineering Contact the Placement Office for an interview date. MARTIN DENVER DIVISION SPRING IS P The Trees Are Putting On New Raiment and So Should You! Let Us Help You With These Suggestions . . . 'em *» BERK-RAY SPORT COATS Styled for the young man as only Berk-ray can style them! HERE’S A COUPLE YOU WILL LIKE White, All-Wool, Bamboo Weave Only *22.50 Linen Weave Dacron Assorted Colors Only $16.95 DRESS SLACKS... We’ve Gottem Pardner! All Wool Wool & Dacron 100% Dacron — Wash ’n Wear All from the Famous Texas House of B & G GOLD SEAL & MEL ROSE $8.95 to $13.95 DRESS SHIRTS by E nro ... the Young Man’s Shirt Maker Whites & Pastel Solids Oxford or Broadcloth Button or Spread Collars Barrel or French Cuffs $3.95 and $5 TIES from Wembley Silks — Cottons — Nylons Four-in-Hands & Bows All the New, Bright Spring Colors $1 - $1.50 -$2 $3.95 and $4.95 BELTS . .. By PIONEER All Leather, Suede or Stretch — Take Your Croice New Summer Widths and Colors $1.50 - $2 - $2.50 SOCKS... By INTERWOVEN All Nylon Stretch or Cotton New Summer Patterns & Colors Most Patterns at . . • ... $i Exchange Store MEN’S SHOP Serving Texas Aggies SHORT SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS What An Assortment! Stripes — Orientals — Figured Designs— Solids — Pinchocka. Name the design and we’ll show it to you! Materials — What A Range! All Cottons — Imported Egyptian Cottons — Pima Cloth—Dan River’s Famous Wrinkleshed— Broadcloths — Open Weaves — Knits. Continental & Regular Collars AND THESE FAMOUS BRAND NAMES — Enro - Truval - Sweet - Rois $2.95 - $3.95 - $4.95 $5.95 CASUAL SLACKS The Most Comfortable Gar ment Ever Made for Sports, Outings, Lawn Work, or just plain loafing. DENIMS IN ASSORTED COLORS Blue, Wheat, Charcoal, Maize. Belted or Elastic Waist Bands Straight Bottoms or Cuffs Regular or Peg Bottoms Two Great Trade Names . . . LEVI STRAUS and WILLIAMSON DICKIE Completely Washable