The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 28, 1956, Image 3

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Tigers Try Eagles In Houston Tonite A&M Consolidated attempts to spoil the Smiley Eagle’s perfect record tonight at 8 in Houston. The Eagles of 10-AAA have suc cessfully defended their goal twice without allowing a score. For the second consecutive week the Tigers are outweighed and given small chance of victory. Smiley boasts a tremendous weight advantage of 24 pounds per man over the light Tigers. In the back- field, the difference will be even greater. Over all, the Eagles will average 175 pounds per man and Consolidated, 151. Head Coach Horace Schaffer has been well pleased with the Tiger spirit and hustle in practice this week following last Friday’s maul ing. See The NEW UNDERWOOD ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER TODAY! The most desired electrically operated machine on the market makes “mole hills” out of mountains of typing work. FOR SALES — SERVICES—REPAIRS—RENTALS OF ANY TYPE OF BUSINESS MACHINE . . . SEE— ROBERT L. 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College Station (Brazos County/, Texas Friday, September 28, 1956 PAGE 3 f Pugh 79- Yard Scamper Paces Kittens to 25-0 Win Condy Pugh stole the gridiron for a 13-0 talley. Conversion try Sport slantS By BARRY HART Battalion Sports Editor It’s beginning to look like a de cent prophet can’t make a cent any more. Too many upsets. Look at last week, for example, SMU beats Notre Dame and Syracuse broke Maryland in half. Who would have thought it? There’s no justice! So far I’ve read two sportswrit- ers who are picking LSU to upset A&M tomorrow night in Baton Rouge—Bill Rives, of the Dallas Morning News, and Will Grims- ley, of the Associated Press. Both take the Tigers by six, but I can’t see it. The Ags have really pick ed up this week and are beginning to show the kind of football they played last year. The Tigers have only one really experienced back and their great tackle, Earl Leg gett, might not play due to an in jury. I’ll try ’em this way for the weekend: A&M 20 - LSU 7 Georgia Tech 14-SMU 13 Arkansas 20 - Oklahoma A&M 13 Baylor 27 - Texas Tech 7 Houston 21 - Mississippi State 7 Texas 27 - Tulane 14 SMU had their big one last Sat urday; who’d think they can do it twice in a row? Georgia Tech will be tougher than Notre Dame and the Mustangs don’t figure to be as high again. Arkansas, even with the loss of quarterback George Walker, should take the Oklahoma Aggies. Geo. Nesbitt and Company will have their hands full, though. Baylor is a powerhouse and the Lubbock bunch is weaker in ’56 than in many years. The Bears threw only seven passes against California last week and still won. Doyle Traylor hasn’t even started warming up yet. They’ll score al most at will. The Cougars open their season tomorrow night in Houston before a crowd of over 50,000. They’ve got their finest team in history and will have no trouble putting down Mississippi State. Texas moves into New Orleans with a bitter taste still in their mouths after last week’s 44-20 mauling at the hands of USC. The Greenies haven’t anything resemb ling a C. R. Roberts and the Steers will want this one, so we’ll give it to them. By BARRY HART Battalion Sports Editor A&M moves into Louisiana territory tonight, but not for the purpose of buying land. Instead, the Aggies and Paul Bryant are out to move back into the nation’s top 10 football teams with a victory over the LSU Tigers. In a series dating back to the 19th century, the Cadets and the swampland Bengals are all tied with 10 wins apiece and two games even. A&M won the first and the last and hope to pull out in front in 1956. The 1899 game was all Aggie, as the Brazos bunch bounced the Tigers 52-0, and last year Bryant’s team tore LSU, 28-0. Thirty-eight Cadet gridders embark by plane at 6:30 tonight for Baton Rouge and Saturday night’s encounter with the upset-minded Tigers. It’ll be LSU’s opener and with four weeks of workouts be hind them, they should be ready. The Aggies spent Thursday pol ishing their offense for the Ben gals and will be at full strength for the first time in 1956. Char lie Krueger, regular left tackle, missed the opener against Villan- ova but will be back at his position tomorrow with Bobby Lockett moving to the right side. Both Jack Pardee and Dennis Goehring, who were injured last Saturday and worked lightly all week, will be available for heavy duty as will second-team guard Tommy Howard, who also missed the season opener. Aggie Starting Lineup Charlie Krueger CATERING FOR 4 r "" SPECIAL " OCCASIONS Leave the Details to me. LUNCHEONS BANQUETS WEDDING PARTIES Let Us Do the Work—You Be A Guest At Your Own Party Maggie Parker Dining Hall W. 26th & Bryan TA 2-5069 LE Bobby Marks 190 RE Bobby Drake Keith 178 LT Charlie Krueger 216 QB Roddy Osborne . 174 LG Murry Trimble .....192 or Jimmy Wright .. 171 C Lloyd Hale 191 LH John Crow ..200 RG Dennis Goehring ... .... 193 RH Loyd Taylor .165 RT Bobby Lockett ..198 FB Jack Pardee ..198 show last night with a 79-yard touchdown gallop as CHS’s Kittens ran roughshod over the Navasota Fangs 25-0. Pugh’s off-tackle run exploded in the fourth quarter and completed the night’s scoi'ing. Conversion at tempt was no good. Ronnie Rea scampered 31 yards for the game’s first TD and Pugh booted the extra point. In the se cond quarter Russell loosed a 30- yard scox-ing aerial to Cyril Burke was no good. Rea climaxed a powerful Kitten drive late in the second period with a 6-yard jaunt over the double stripe. CHS was again unable to place the extra marker. 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