The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 13, 1956, Image 3

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On Kyle Field Tomorrow A&M Tracksters Host Rice, SMU ^ At the halfway mark of the w 1956 track season, A&M’s run, jump and throw set entertains the dangerous Rice- Owls and SMU’s Mustangs on Kyle Field tomorrow. Both varsity and freshmen squads are set to go with the field events opening the Aggies’ second home appearance at 2 p.m. and the runners getting the nod at 2:30. Kice brings a strong squad up from Houston and will be looking for their second meet win over the . Aggies this season. The Owls fin ished second behind Texas with A&M third earlier on their home track, but the Cadets took their ■ measure with a triangular victory in Baton Rouge three weeks ago. The Aggies haven’t faced SMU in anything but the larger meets yet this year. “It’ll be a toss-up between us and Rice,” said head track coach Frank Anderson. “If we take at least second in the sprint relay we could win it, but we’re going to have a ’Murals Squadi’on One slammed into up perclassman handball finals yester day downing powerful A-Ordnance. . Irving Ramsawer, Donald Turbe- ville, and David Carpenter pose formidable threats for the coming showdowm with the winner of the Squadron 15-Squadron 11 match. Squadron 11 turned back an ex tremely fast A-Composite handball team 2-0. Sqd. 15 earned a semi-final slot by blanking B-Infantry 2-0. Jes sie Jefferies and Tom Kolterman provided the necessary power for the win. pretty tough time.” A year ago Rice swept to first place in the meet in Houston, scor ing 71 points to A&M’s 67 and SMU’s 32. The Owls will be tough in both relays and the middle distances and could break in to the Aggies’ weight monopoly. The Rice four some of George Salmon, Dick Bow en, Harold Griffin and Dale Spence ran to first place in the sprint re lay last weekend in Austin’s Texas Relays. George Salmon and Griffin are 440 specialists, having taken first and second in last year’s SWC meet, while Spence captured the 880. Orville Trask finished third in the 1955 shotput and has been consistently over 50 feet this sea son. The Aggies will counter with Tom Bonorden, Bobby Gross and Herman Johnson in the shot and discuss, a strong pole vault crew led by Winton Thomas and Bill Cocke in the mile and two-mile. Cadet Golfers Host Ponies Coach Joe Fagan’s Aggie golfers open their home Southwest Con ference season today on the A&M golf course against Arkansas. The Cadets lost their league opener to powerful SMU Wednesday at Dal las, 5-1. Jerry Durbin of A&M defeated SMU’s Tommy Towry, 3 and 2 for the Aggies’ lone win. 77/p FtaU<ifion .... College Station (Brazos County), Texas Friday, April 18, 1956 PAGE 3 U-PAK - M REMEMBER . . . for Eats Nick-Nacks* Cold Beverages OPEN 7 A.M. to 11 P.M. 3800 So. College Gus Ellis, ’37 In other matches, Wear defeated ; Bobby Nichols, A&M, 2-up. Wear and Towry, SMU, downed Nichols and Durbin, 1-up; Scott, SMU, | beat Gary Fletcher, A&M, 8 and 7 and Jerry Pittman, SMU, dumped Marcelino Moreno, A&M, 4 and 2. SUMMER VACATION .. .? Learn to speak SPANISH, fulfill language requirement, increase your EARNING pow er, In AIK - CONDITIONED comfort. 11 weeks course $435.00. Folder free: Latin- American Institute Station A, Hattiesburg, Alias. GUARANTEED- REGiSTERED- and PERFECT JOHN STOCKTON leads the Aggies in homeruns so far this season with three. An all-SWC centerfielder last year, he hails from Bryan. At 8 p.m. in Bryan Ags Play BU Tonight Coach Beau Bell sends his crack lefthander, Toby Newton, against the rugged Baylor Bears tonight in the first of a two-game series that will find the Aggies fighting to stay in the running for the con ference title. Game time tonight is 8 p.m. at We Have . . . EVERYTHING for your FISHING TRIP Thermos Jugs, Ice Chests, Rods, Reels, Lures, Cat fish Bait, Red Wiggler Worms. STUDENT CO-OP No. Gate McCALL’S Humble Service Station “Where Service Is First” East Gate VI 6-4922 Hy 6 W : ;-, » T^TTr , ~ : *' USED- BOOKS WANTED The Exchange Store is in 'the market ! i for your used books ' Cheek our pneor; }.w}‘orf! reh’ing .yov>:-;: THE EXCHANGE STORE ■ lelt “Serving'.Texa?: . •- McCARTY JEWELER pVOVCS diamonds are not expensive NO It 7 / CARAT ©# diamonds only Interlocking Diamond Rings $210.00 $3.00 per week Travis Park in Bryan. These same two teams will meet again Satur day night at the same time. Coach Bell indicated that he will go with his ace righthander, Dick Munday, tomorrow night. Baylor is currently engaged in a two-way scrap for the second place position in conference standings with SMU. Both hold 3-2 records against loop foes and stand only one game back of league leading Texas Christian. The Aggies come into tonight’s game with a record of one win and two losses in SWC play, good enough for fourth place in .the standings. The Cadets lost a good chance of nabbing the conference lead here last weekend, dropping a two-game series to TCU, 5-1 and 2-0. Baylor was regarded as a def inite title threat by the experts before the season started, but failed to show its predicted cham pionship form last weekend by splitting a doubleheader with the cellar dwelling Rice Owls. Newton has been the Aggies most efective hurler to date with an earned run average of 1.8. The speedy Galveston lefty has averag ed better than a strikeout an in ning with 37 whiffs in 33 and two- thirds innings, and owns a 2-2 won- lost record. PROBABLE STARTERS A&M Baylor John Hoyle IB Don Berry Dick Bleckner „..2B.. Tom Anderson Billy Ross 3B Doyle Traylor Joe Boring SS W. Connally Phil Newport ....LF Allen Lucas John Stockton ..CF Gene Liston Ed Dudley RF.. Gary Freeman Jas. Smotherman C Lee Harrington Toby Newton P.. Jack Goodwyn TRIANGLE BANQUET ROOM Open for all: BANQUETS — DINNERS — LUNCHEONS RECEPTIONS and WEDDINGS (By Reservation Only) For Information Call: Mr. J. A. Ferreri — TA 2-8508 (Between 9 a.m. & 5 p.m.) CAMERON Aho 100 to 2475 Wedding Ring 12.50 Sankey Park JEWELER Bryan Flowers for those special dances See your dorm representative or come by STUDENT FLORAL CONCESSION Run by Aggies for Aggies Jeweler North Gate Ag Softballers Meet UT Tonite A&M’s intercollegiate softball team opens its 1956 season tonight with a doubleheader against the University of Texas at 7:30 on the lighted softball diamond west of the MSC. Buddy Dertton, a long-time Tegu lar for the Aggies, has moved off the diamond to the coaching box and shares the managerial position with Barney Welch. Starting tonight for A&M is Bill Bates behind the plate, Ted Muen- ter at first base, Don Anderson at second, Arthur McDonald at the hot corner and Harry Helms at shortstop. Charles Sanfilippo opens in left field with Gene Harding ik center and Ralph Clements in rignt. John Greer will be on the mound for the first game with Hugh Terry start ing the second encounter. 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