The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 18, 1956, Image 6

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Tlw Ratfnlinn PAGE G College Station (Brazos County), Texas Tuesday, September 18, 1956 VILLANOVA’S DON LUZZI—230-pound tackle spells plen ty of trouble for the light Aggie middle Saturday as the Cadets open the 1956 season against the Wildcats on Kyle Field. i/ m Track Team Needs Men All Aggies who are interested in cross country track are urged by Head Track Coach Frank Anderson to try out for the 195G version of A&M’s cross country team. Ray Putnam, NCAA mile champ ion in 1931 while at Iowa State, is head cross country coach and Coach Anderson’s assistant. Put- nam has developed such outstand ing Aggie runners as Art Harnden, a 1948 Olympic champion, J. D. Hampton, SWC record owner in the mile run; Jim Blaine and Dale DeRouen, top distance runners of the past three seasons and Ray Holbrook and Don Mitchell. DeRouen came to A&M complete ly unknown as a track man, but, under Putnam’s fine training, be came captain of the 1954 Aggie track team and captured the SWC crown in the mile run. All men who report for the cross country team will get credit for physical education and have their P. E. fee paid by the athletic de partment. Candidates are asked to pick up uniforms at 5 p. m. any afternoon from Coach Anderson in Deware Field House. Karonaugh Gains 128 Yards , CHS Tigers Beat Madisonville, 28-20 Bruising Bill Kavanaugh, 160- pound CHS fullback, ground out 128 yards Friday night as Consoli dated defeated the Madisonville Mustangs 28-20 on Tiger Field. IT’S FOR REAL! by Chester Field “To catch a man,” said Violette “The wisest gals play hard to get!**' To seem remote and quite aloof She sat six years upon the roof. “It doesn’t seem to work,” she said And so she clobbered them instead. She shrugged, “I do the best I can Unconscious or not, a man is a man!” JUeJ'/ MORAL: Faint pleasure ain’t pleasure! In smoking too, take your pleasure BIG', ) Smoke for real . . . smoke Chesterfield., Packed more smoothly by Accit-Ray it’s the smoothest tasting smoke today. More Than 100 Fish Turn Out For Football A host of grid hopefuls from various dormitories dotted yester day’s first freshman football prac tice, according to Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant. About 100 fish prospects worked out in the initial drills stressing basic fundament als. “We like such interest,” Bryant declared, “and encourage any in terested student to try out for the team. All players will get their chance to show what they have”, he added. First action for the Aggie fish comes October 4 when the Univer sity of Houston Kittens test their prowess on Kyle Field. Last year’s frosh edged the Houston team 7-6. Gale Oliver, tackle from Refug*io was pleased with the initial work out. “The thing- that impressed me most,” Oliver said, “was the spirit and hustle evei-ybody had. It’s hard to say anything definite after the first day, but if this spirit keeps up it’ll sure add a lot to, our team once we get started.” Jerry Kraueger, another tackle and brother of Charlie Krueger, ex pressed similar admiration for the all-around high spirits and was im pressed with the thoroughness of fundamental drills. YOU LUNKHEAD . . . . Your suit would have been back on time if only you’d sent it to . . . CAMPUS CLEANERS The Mustangs drew first blood when a fumble recovery started left halfback Buddy Chambless on a 29-yard scoring sprint. End Sonny Dean convei-ted. Amassing 61 yards in 10 plays, the Tigei-s tied the game when Kavanaugh plowed over from the 3-yard line. Jim Wright made the extra point. Immediately after the kick-off Joe Manning- shoved the Mustangs in the lead again with a 70-yard jaunt across the double stripe. Dean’s conversion again was good. A 54-yard Tiger drive set up Kav- anaugh’s second TD and Wright’s conversion evened things again. Another sustained Tiger advance marked off 65 yards in six plays. John Martinez, 118-pound right halfback provided the necessai-y scoring power and Wright’s con version gave Consolidated a 21- 14 edge. In the third period Madisonville staged a 64-yard drive exploding in Chambless’s paydirt push from the three. Dean’s conversion try was blocked. A 25-yard aerial from Alton Arnold to Don Davis was g-ood for the game’s final TD and Wright’s conversion gave the Tigers a 28-20 victory. Consolidated’s net rushing was 242 yards and 33 passing for a 275 total. Madisonville’s 291 total came from. 251 on the ground and 40 in the air. Kavanaugh entered the game holding the district lead in rushing and averaged 6.5 per try against the Mustangs. Results of other district games: Lamar Consolidated over Bell- ville 6-0. Navasota over Hearne 46-26 Taylor over Caldwell 20-7. Hempstead over Cypress Fair banks 13-12. Rockdale over Thorndale 27-0. Next Friday night CHS meets Rockdale on Tiger Field. Fish Baseballers Meet Wednesday Freshmen baseball aspirants will meet at 5 p.m. Wednesday at the south side of Deware Field House. Baseball Coach Beau Bell, whose Aggies have captured two South west Conference diamond champ ionships in six years, asks that all Fish interested in reporting for baseball in the Spring be present with pencils. FLINT, Mich. CP)— Flint’s nine city commissioners gave up a trip to the Michigan Municipal League meeting so children won’t have to pay an extra five cents to swim in the city pools. The commission turned over $1,350 set aside for the league trip when advised that a deficit in pai-k funds would make it necessary to boost swimming- pool fees from 5 to 10 cents. Announcing the Fall Schedule of Your CREATIVE ARTS GROUP Chairman: DAVID MORGAN ’57 (Formerly—The Art Gallery Group and The Crafts Committee ALL STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO BECOME MEMBERS OF THIS GROUP. ALL IN TERESTED PERSONS IN THE BRYAN-COLLEGE, STATION ARE INVITED TO BE COME ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. (No affiliation with the college is necessary) If you are undecided as to which type of ART or CRAFT would suit you best, the Group Ad visor, Mrs. Emalita Terry, will be available for consultation this week in the Memorial Stu dent Center. ARTS Instruction will be given in the following media by MRS. EMILITA TERRY CHARCOAL PENCIL OIL WATER COLOR CASEIN The schedule for Art class for the first six weeks - Monday —1:30 to 4:30 PM 7:00 to 10:00 PM Tuesday —9:00 to 12:00 AM 7:00 to 10:00 PM Thursday—1:30 to 4:30 PM - CRAFTS- The following Crafts will be taught by MRS. IRMA GAAFER LEATHER LAPIDARY METAL CREATIVE CERAMICS SILVERSMITHING ENAMEL WORKING — Craft Classes Schedule — Wednesday—9:00 to 12:00 AM Tues.—Thurs.—Friday — 1:30 to 4:30 PM Monday thru Friday — 7:00 to 10:00 PM Register During the Week of 17 September At the Main Desk in the M.S.C. — Associate members will pay tuition on a 6 week basis. There is no tuition for students. SPONSORED BY THE MEMORIAL STUDENT CENTER DIRECTORATE I m WHO’S GOT THE BALL—a good question as the Aggies run through a pass-defense drill against the freshmen in preparation for their opener against Villanova Saturday. TV NEWS! Now Sharp Clear Pictures on 7 Channels Just coll and tef! us and we wifi do the rest. 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