The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 27, 1956, Image 5

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. . ’f 3 CHS Kittens Host Navasofa At 7:30 on Tiger Field By MAURICE OUAN CHS’* Kittens host the Navasota Fangrs tonight at 7:30 on Tiger Field. The defending district champs will attempt to repeat last year’s 35-0 routing of the Nava- spta team. Coach Edsel Jones stressed de fensive blocking all week and re ported offensive practice as “sat isfactory”. The “Kittens” are looking fbr their first win of the young season, having dropped a 20-0 tilt to Huntsville last wee^ The Kitten’s starting offensive lineup is: Left End Bobby Adams, 109; Left Tackle Alex Quisenberry» 158; Left Guard Bob White, , 109; Center Charles Roeber, 112; Right Guard George Outlaw, 117; Right Tackle Fred Wright or John Ped igo; Right End Jack Armiste^d, 117; Quarterback Russell Welch, 104; Left Halfback Ronnie Rea, 125; Right Halfback Cyril Burke, 112; Fullback Condy Pugh, 135. Bryant Pleased as Ags Regain Some ’55 ire Figures Have You In a Whirl? No Accounting Major Should Be Without the "v S W I F T Adding Machine Cuts Lab and Homework Time by 75% !! ONLY $99.50 Plus Tax — AT — DAVIS OFFICE EQUITMENT North Gate By BARRY HART Battalion Shorts Editor A&M began looking like the Ag gies of 1956 . Wednesday in their final fulLspeed -scrimmage before enjbarking on the east-bound trek to Louisiana apd Saturday’s 22nd meeting with LSU. ; v“I was especially pleased with our first bunch today,” said Coach The Aggies’ bruising left guard, Mnrry Trimble, was nametd Southwest Conference Lineman of the Week YVed- nesday by the Dallas Morning News for his aggressive play in the YillanoTa game last Sat urday. ‘ ; ; “l nominate Trimble as the Aggie who looked most like an Aggie in this opener,” com mented N«ws writer Tommy Turner who placed Murry’s name' for the honor. Paul Bryant, “But the second group still needs some work. We’re shaping- up just about like I’d hoped.” A&M moves into Baton Rouge against a Tiger team about on re gaining last year’s 28-0 white wash. This is LSU’s season open er before a home crowd of up wards of 40,000. The Bengals return a complete tackle-to-tackle crew headed by 265—pound Earl Leggett, unani mous All-SEC choice in ’55 and pre-season pick as the best offen sive and defensive lineman in the league. “Their line will definitely be bet ter than ours,” asserted Bryant. A&M’s morale was higher than at any time this year. The Aggies are beginning to ‘Tire-out” as of old, with some of last year’s fire and aggressive play returning. Jack Pardee, who picked up 75 yards in 15 carries against the C Jk Murrv Trimble Wildcats, worked out in pants but no pads yesterday and will prob ably be ready for Saturday’s game. All-SWC right guard Dennis Goehring failed to suit up for the third day, but second-stringer Tommy Howard was back in af ter more than a week’s layoff, bol stering the middle situation. * ne tsattnnon -. *- College station (Ifrazos County), Jexas Thursday, September 27, 1956 PAGE 5 SWC Round-Up By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PORT WORTH—Head Coach Abe Martin sent his re serves through a stiff two-hour scrimmage against the fresh men to pace the afternoon varsity work-out at Texas Christ ian University Wednesday. / • * , WACO—The Baylor Bears continued to look im proved on both offense and defense yesterday as they staged an all-contact workout to prepare for Saturday’s game with Texas Tech here. FAYETTEVILLE—Arkansas’ Razorbacks practiced a little of almost all phases of football Wednesday and more than a little of physical conditioning. Kv 103 Main Street North Gate J-Vf S P E C L ; THRU SATURDAY ! ^ f • Khaki Pants *4.95 n Khaki Shirts i:k*i 54.95 FRESHMAN BRASS 60c Per Card V V’ T. ! , [ : ) T; : U|,;7 I DALLAS—Junior left guard Bobby Beckett suf fered a possible broken nose during a rough line scrim mage staged by the Southern Methodist Musjiangis yes terday. AUSTIN—The' Texas University , Longhorn football team slammed iVarid Wednesday in practice sharpening its offense but spent 50 per cent of its time Setting up a tighter defense. READ THIS!.. . If you can wear out these . . . SHOES by Cluislraas, we’ll give you a new pair Only $10.95 L O U P O T ’ S =1 OVER HE GOES—yfor Aggie yardage as fullback Jack Pardee gets flipped by Villanova’s Mike DeLucia (54) with Davey Parr (42) moving in to get into the tackle in last Saturday's: opener. Looking for someone to knock down on the right are A&M’s MurryvHrimble (64) and Bobby Lockett (71). In the background is the Wildcat’s fine quarterback, Bill Magee. 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