The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 04, 1957, Image 3

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The Battalion College Station (Brazos County), Texas Friday, October 4, 1957 PAGE 3 A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURF m STARRING ks as • GYriTfflfl praisK j wHh HUGH BEAUMONT • ALAN NAPIER ^ A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE TILEATRE SATURDAY PRODUCED *t ASSOCIATE PRODUCER DIRECTED DV tLlfllll F BROIDy AMIES HflROLD SCIIUSIER ♦creenpiav T" AW [) [] -Plus- AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE SAT. PREY. — 10:30 P.M. Also Sunday & Monday JOHN , STEINBECKS THE WAWA5U) BUS CINemaScoP^ /'"'‘I CIRCLE - FRIDAY — — Plus — | williams MOMENT 1 GEORGE WADER SATURDAY ONLY 3 RIG SHOWS PLUS — “The Gun That Won The West” TODAY & SATURDAY —DOUBLE FEATURE— “Revolt At Ft. Laramie” A N D “Rani hi” — and — “Bambi” yyra ; WtHB &&£&&&$ TODAY & SATURDAY John Derek — In — “Fury At. Showdown” SAT. NITE PREY.—11:00 Also Wed. — Sat., Oct. 9-12 M aw PWio piciuat.a u:o»wau.!«ra«Arrai«i suast Blast 7-6 Young Aggies Open Yeer With Win Perhaps the finest group of Fish since this year’s Aggie seniors, with not a high school hero among them, blasted a Houston Kitten’s •squad with savage, aggressive foot ball for a 7-6 victory last night on Kyle Field. Both touchdowns were scored in the first 19 seconds of the second quarter with the Fish score com ing after a nine play, 73-yard drive. John Few, a powerful, driving halfback from Midlothian, took a pitchout from Houston’s Jim Har rison, swung wide to the right and flipped to Hersel Henson of Paris, Ark., who battled momentarily with Kitten halfback Dick Maul din at the nine before controlling the pass and scoring standing up. Few, with Harrison holding, con verted and the Fish had their mar gin of victory. Houston, which failed to mount a sustained drive all evening, had Don Mullins receive the ensuing kickoff at .his own ten, head for the left sideline, and with clear sailing at midfield, sprinted 90. yards for the touchdown. Mullins extra point attempt sail ed into the middle of the Fish for ward wall and the score stood 7-6. Few led the Fish in rushing with 48 yards on ten carries and com pleted one of two passes for 16 yards. Murry Berry of Snyder, running behind Harrison at quar terback, carried 13 times for 35 yards and completed one of three passes for 17 yards. Gang-tackling’ methods employ ed by the Fish made it difficult to single out individual performers in the line but there was plenty of hard-nose” blocking" and tackling to please even the most critical Aggie fan. Tackles Ted, Allen of Allen Academy and Jerry Peveto of Orangefield, guards Bob Berger of Ft. Worth Riverside and Bill John son of Commerce gave excellent ac counts of themselves. Other fine backfield performers were Houston Austin’s Randy Sims, Olton’s Jack Estes, Gaines ville’s Darwin Holt and Port Ar thur’s, Janies Landrum. PECIAL SAL for the ALL AGGIE RODEO Begins Monday, Oct. 7 — Ends Saturday, Oct. 13 LEON R, WEISS PSiysics Club Has Meeting Tuesday The Physics Club held its an nual election of officers at its or ganization meeting last Tuesday night. Don Purrington, senior physics major from Tulia, was elected president. Ronnie Smith, senior physics major from Robstown, was selected vice president. Secretary- treasurer is Bob Cleland, senior chemical engineering English ma jor from College Station. Clayton Cates, sophomore pre-vet major from Robstown, was elected re porter. Dr. D. F. Weeks also gave a talk to the group on A&M’s new atomic reactor. Battalion staff photo Kitten in Tronble The Kittens’ Dicky Mauldin (44) seems to ing- up for the Fish are Roy Northrup (55) be heading for a bouncing. Richard Chris- and Ted Allen (79). Darwin Holt, in the topher, Kitten fullback, has missed his background, missed his attempt, but the block and is lying down—for a rest. Com- Kitten didn’t go far. DOVE SEASON IS OPEN Get Your SHELLS At the STUDENT CO-OP Sport slantS By GARY ROLLINS Undoubtedly, the Southwest Conference is the “winningest” conference in the nation. Twp weeks have flown by this season, and nobody has lost a game. The defending champion Texas Aggies, travel north to Missouri, the Show-Me State. The Tigers are definitely going to request an exhibition from the Cadets, but although the Aggies are at the point of being bed-ridden, their ammunition is powerful enough to bring victory. I’d say about 21-13. For the last two weeks, TCU has refused to listen to the wide spread predictions—mine, includ ed—but this week they can’t pos sibly win. They play Arkansas at Fayetteville. I’d say the Razor- backs by about 14-7. In other conference play, things should go like this: Rice 20, Stan ford 12; Texas 18, So. Carolina 12; Baylor 14, Miami 12 (an upset would be very demoralizing.) The Cougars from Houston Uni versity, the Aggies’ next opponent, have the power and speed to rip Cincinnati, but it’ll be a lot closer than most believe. You guess that score. NOW OPEN! New and Improved ^ GRANNIE’S i 11 ESTAURANT Come on in ... . for good home cooked meals and home made pies .... Eat here once .... you’ll come back always. . . . (Next to Campus Theatre) Do you think faster than you can type ? LI’L ABNER By A1 Capp ALL'LL TAKE SO' TO BULLMOOSE. MEBB HE'S GOT USED TO BEIN’ MARRIED — PEANUTS By Charles M. Schulz ALL RI6HTI Use Eaton’s CORKASABLE BOND —it erases without a trace Does your eagerness to get your ideas down on paper cause you to makft^ typing errors? Correct them and keep going, with Eaton’s Corrasable Bond. This is the paper with the like-magic surface that erases without a trace, ai the mere flick of a pencil eraser. 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