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B Infantry Wins Freshmen
Intramural Handball Title
B-Infantry copped the freshman
handball championship last night
edging B-Field Artillery 2-0. Clyde
Tew and James McKnight provided
the deciding win in a closely
matched third game, defeating ar
tillerymen Clo La Flur and Ray
The Infantry wallsmackers drop
ped the first tilt as Porter Everts
and John Speedie lost a 2-0 tussle
with Davis Glickman and Marvin
McCree. The Infantrymen bounded
back in the second game when Wi
ley Sonnier and Glen Hindman
blanked John Zeigler and Bob Bar
In the crucial Tew-McKnight
vs. La Flur-Perkins match the In
fantry team drew first blood with
a 21-4 victory. La Clur and Perkins
rallied in the second tilt to return
the slap 21-8 and even up the con
test. Tew and McKnight took the
final win and the Corps champion
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TCU Rules All-SWC;
Toby Newton Only Ag
TOBY NEWTON—only Aggie picked for All-SWC
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Champion Texas Christian land
ed five players on the All-South
west Conference Baseball Team,
three of them being unanimous
BOB McDANIEL, who pitched
the Horned Frogs to the title; A1
Paschal, who led the league in
batting, runs, hits, doubles and
tied for the lead in total bases,
and Bob White, talented outfielder,
were the Texas Christian contribu
tions for the unanimous circle.
Only one other player got all
the votes of the coaches. He was
John Wolda of Rice,
BAYLOR PLACED four on the
all-conference team. Rice three,
Southern Methodist two and Texas
and Texas A&M one each. South
ern Methodist’s Bryan Bush lacked
only one vote of being unanimous
at a catching position. There were
two ties—Don Berry of Baylor and
Carl Reynolds of Rice share the
first base position; Toby Newton
of Texas A&M and Mai Shaw of
Southern Methodist tied for a
Here is the all-conference team:
Pitchers—Bob McDaniel, Texas
Christian; John Wolda, Rice; Mai
Shaw, Southern Methodist, and
Toby Newton, Texas A&M.
Catchers—Bryan Bush, Southern
Methodist, and Jerry Sims, Rice.
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Wednesday, May 23, 1956 PAGE 3
First base—Don Berry, Baylor, ! ly, Baylor,
and Carl Reynolds, Rice. Left field—Allen Lucas, Baylor.
Second base — L Charles Quick, Center field—Carl Warwick, Tex-
Texas Chxistian. | as Christian.
Third base—Jerry Good, Texas. | Right field—Bob White, Texas
Shortstop—A1 Paschal, Texas Christian.
Christian. : Utility outfielder — Jack Davis,
Utility infielder—Wayne Connal- Baylor.
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8 of 9 Schools
VICTORIA, B. C.—The Pacific
Coast Conference slapped fines up
to $1,550 on eight of its nine mem
ber schools Tuesday and tightened
the strings on alumni and booster
Washington State College was
the only school given a clean bill
California drew the top fine of
$1,550 and beleaguered UCLA and
Washington did not escape.
Already hit with a financial de
duction of close to $95,000, the Uni
versity of California at Los An
geles drew an additional fine of
$350. Washington, which stands to
lose $52,000 in Rose Bowl money
while on two-year probation, has
to dig up $250 for minor violations
under today’s ruling.
These fines all were in the nor
mal line of conference business for
the spring meeting. There was
nothing in the line of the probation
actions which marked previous con
ference sessions this month.
| Sport Shorts
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
BROOKLYN — Home runs by
Johnny Logan, Ed Mathews and
Hank Aaron, who glso banged a
double and two singles in a 13-hit
barrage, powered the National
League-leading Milwaukee Braves
to a 7-3 victory over the Brooklyn
★ ★ ★
Boston Red Sox right-hander,
pitched his sixth straight victory'
over the Cleveland Indians last
night, beating them 5-3 with the
aid of a two-run homer by Billy
Goodman, his first in 184 games.
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