The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 29, 1957, Image 3

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The Battalion College Station (Brazos County), Texas Tuesday, October 29, 1957 PAGE 3 Ags End Baylor Hopes; Blast Big Bears, 14-0 Baylor’s Bears, in a last-ditch at tempt to salvage a bid to the Cot ton Bowl on New Year’s Day, crumbled before the hard charging Aggies 14-0, last Saturday as what was to be called “The Game of the Year” almost became the “Rout of the Year.” The Cadets had one touchdown called back and were within “Crow- flite” distance of another when the final gun sounded. For the second week in a row, the final seconds ticked off to find Old Army ready to strike for an additional six points against Baylor. However, the Aggies left the im- Foot Balls Basket Balls Volley Balls Soccer Balls At The Student Co-Op »»CATERING =7 urrye ksl O’ . 1} Special Occusioni ★ OUTFIT PARTIES yt CLUB BANQUETS MAGGIE PARKER DINING HALL W. 26th & Bryan TA 2-5089 200 Congress TA 3-4375 TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY “Slightly Scarlet” With John Payne plus “The Barretts of Wimpole Street” With Jennifer Jones ffnmm Bryan 2'8$79 Now Showing GnemaScoPC A MAGNA Production . Distributed by 20th CENTURY-fOX Today and Wednesday “Town on Trial” TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Lusty Personal Story of the BAir-OUT- t FOR-BATTLE GUYS! pression that' they could have scored without too much trouble. The man with the “worry com plex” after the game had ended was probably Bear quarterback Doyle Traylor, who played most of the game with Charley Krueger’s hand wrapped securely around his ankle. Statistically, the Aggies were slightly better than Baylor, with the only impressive margin falling in the passing yardage tally. The Bears, who have passed more than any other conference team were outgunned by the Aggie passing attack, 60 yards to 53. The Farmers almost doubled the Bears in rushing yardage, gaining 228 yards to 121 for the Bruins. John Crow took to the air, as an added attraction, and completed three of five aerials for 31 yards. Bobby Conrad and Loyd Taylor kept the conversion string going by pushing through the two extra points. This brings the consecutive extra points to 17. The sounding of the final gun marked the second shutout of the Baylor Bears in their last 76 con tests. *LU£D.,4lRT!SI5 PiCTUSe Ags Suffer Five Injuries, Work In Sweat Clothes The Aggies worked out in sweat clothes Monday evening, as they cast aside last week’s memories of the 14-0 victory over Baylor and began preparations for next Satur day’s clash in Fayetteville with Arkansas’ unpredictable Razor- backs. Aggie Trainer Charles “Smokey” Harper fielded a team of five top Cadet players who suffered injuries in the win last 'Saturday. Center, John Gilbert, Guard Dai'rell Brown, Halfback Bobby Joe Conrad and Ends John Tracqy and Don Smith were sidelined with either knee, ankle or shoulder injuries. Their playing status for the Porker game is still in doubt, but the decision on whether or not they will see action will come later in the week. The all-seeing eye of “Big Bertha,” the camera that records every player’s movement when he is in the game, ruled linemen Charley Krueger, Bobby Marks and Don McClelland the outstanding players from the forward wall. All three had big plays in the game, with Krueger spending moi-e time in the Baylor backfield than did some of the Bruin backs and Bobby Marks intercepting Doyle Traylor’s errant aerial in the Cadet end zone to end the largest Baylor scoring threat in the fading min utes of the-third quarter. Backs scoring highly in the game were John Crow, Roddy Osborne and Bobby Joe Conrad. However, the line was given the “lion’s share” of the praise for the victory over the once-powerful Bruins as Coach Bryant said “Al though we didn’t push Baylor around, they didn’t push us around either.” ‘tf- —:—tf — or: 58cry it or Receives Grant William C. Brownlee, sophomore forestry student from DeLeon, was recently awarded the W. Goodrich Jones Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is a memorial to the late W. Goodrich Jones, pioneer leader in foi-estry and in the de velopment of forest conservation in Texas. It is given by his son, Dr. Luther Jones of College Station, and his daughter, Miss Doris Good rich Jones, of Waco. As The Crow Flies John Crow, Aggie halfback says “Here I come” and bowls over the “Three Bears” as he rambles for six points in the victory over Baylor last Saturday. Intramurals FRIDAY RESULTS CTnss A—Basketball: C Composite 29. C Armor 17 Squadron 10, 18, A Engineers 1G Squadron 17, 30, B Engineers 11 Squadron 18, 19, C Engineers 11 White Band 25, A Veterinary 21 Maroon Band 24, B Composite 15 Class C—Basketball: College View 24, Milner 20 Walton wins forfeit over Law Class A—Tennis: A Infantry 3, A Athletics 0 Squadron 3, 3, Squadron 12, 0 Squadron 4, 3, Squadron 13, 0 E Infantry 2, A Field 1 C-AAA 2, B Field 1 Squadron 20, 3, C Field 0 FRESHMAN GREEN SLACKS $ 23 00 Tailor Made To Your Individual Measurements 3 DAY DELIVERY ORDER TODAY Guaranteed To Fit — You Try Them On Before You Pay ZUBIKS UNIFORM TAILORS North Gate Class C—Tennis: Bizzell 1, Puryear 1 (tie) Class C—Bowling: Mitchell 453, Bizzell 414 Law 486, Puryear 452 Walton 391, Dormitory 16, "17 Class A—Bowling: B-AAA 493, Squadron 1, 433 A Infantry 500, Squadron 21, 284 Squadron 2, 47G, C-^AA 363 B Infantry 484, Squadron 23, 475 Squadron 3 wins forfeit over A Signal Class B—Football: Squadron 1, 8, A Infantry 0 B Infantry 18, Squadron 2, 0 Squadi-on 3. 20, C Infantry 0 Class B—Horseshoes: Squadron 16, 2, B Field 0 C Field 2, Squadron 17, 1 Squadron 18. 2, A-AAA 1 Squadron 19, 2, B-AAA 1 Squadron 20, 2, C-AAA 1 Squadron 21, 2, A Signal 0 MONDAY RESULTS Class A—Basketball: Squadron 2, 29, B Armor 17 A-AAA 38, Squadron 7, 22 Squadron 11, 23, B-AAA 16 C-AAA 22, Squadron 15, 16 A Infantry 15, Squadron 1. 10 A Composite 60, A Signal 8 A Ordnance 38. A QmC 18 Class C—Basketball:, Mitchell 25, Bizzell 2» i Class A—Tennis: ATC 3, C Composite 0 A Ordnance 3, C Engineers 0 Squadron 23, 2, White Band l Squadron 10, 2, A Composite 1 Maroon Band wips forfeit over Sqd. 21 Class C—Tennis: Law—Dormitory 16, double forfeit Class A—Bowling: B Field 455, Squadron 14, 433 Squadron 8, 451, Squadron 5, 314 Squadron 9, 382. Maroon Band 35S Class B—Football: Squadron 4, 6, A Ordnance 0 Squadron 5, 16, B Armor 0 Squadron 6, 18, C Armor 2 Squadron 7, 18, B Engineers 0 Squadron 8, 14, C Engineers 0 Class B—Horseshoes: Squadron 3 wins forfeit over Squadron 21 A QmC 2, White Band 0 A Chemical 2, Maroon Band 1 A Veterinary 2, A Infantry I A Composite 2, B Infantry 0 B Composite 2, C Infantry 1 Class B—Ping Pong: B-AAA 3, Squadron 18, 2 C-AAA 3, Squadron 17, 2 OppcVttiAiufiftS Lull (ytwwth Burl Hulsey, Texas A&Af ’30, is siipcrin- iendetit of transmission of Texas Electric Service Company, supervising the operation of the company’s high voltage electric trans mission lines and substations. ...INA GROWING COMPANY Capable young men and women have extra opportunity in a growing company serving a growing area. 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