The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 26, 1957, Image 5

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▼ County), Texas The Battalion College Station (Brazos County), Texas Tuesday, November 26. 1957 PAGE 5 Wilson from Houston, known as best irns have. A great a will lay evei’y- n the line for a Wants to beat lan anything else, de at 195. 1955 ■ ns game, he’s the sser in the confer- * ' 33 of 48 attempts de has. thrown five ss, a feat equaled Ion Meredith, places his talented atball, he averages — which places total offense, xcels in that, too. iis toe in 33 kicks ,e. n second in punt ig 11.9 yards per s if that weren’t the third highest *> the league, push- of 14 conversions, story is true. “If t Texas, you have .” You see, he’s % ions. i Fish Lose to Few, Sims, thorns, 19-13; arrison Terrific g£ h-fi hEhHHHSHHHI Jack Estes, 17J5-pound Aggie right halfback from Olton is shown rounding right end against the Shorthorns in last Saturday’s Liitle Turkey Day game in Austin which Fish Estes Moves Out the Fish lost by 19-13. An unidentified Shorthorn is shown diving at Estes—but he missed. | te W Phillips Gets Hooked An unidentified Teasip is shown imbedding his shorthorns into Fish halfback Robert Phillips in the third quarter of the Shrine Benefit Fish-Shorthorn game. Following up, but too late, is Fish signal-caller Powell Berry. Cadets Work Light; See Orange, Hit Hard What started out to be a light dummy scrimmage turned out to be a hard-hitting “typical” Aggie practice Monday. Coach Paul Bry ant testified to the Cadets’ spirit. “I tried to keep them calm, but I just couldn’t keep them from ‘but tin’.” “It was the best practice of the season,” Bryant said, and many players agreed—as the Cadets “saw Orange” for the first time. Kyle Field, last week reisembling a mud flat on the Brazos River dried under the sun yesterday to become a race track for Aggie backs Monday as the Farmers tuned their attack to the Texas frequency. Trusted for Accuracy SHOCK-RESISTANT WATCH *82.50 Like all Omega automatics this watch gives you complete, care free mastery of time. Handsome, water-resistant, stainless steel case. Shock-resistant, anti-mag- netic 17 jewel movement. Other fine Omega automatics iip to $875. McCarty Jewelers North Gate $10.00 Will Hold Until Christmas The Cadets must defeat the Uni versity of Texas if they are to reign as repeat champions of the Southwest Conference. Rice Insti tute and the Aggies are in similar positions. If either team falters, the other will wear the crown. With only two more practice days remaining before the Thanks giving game, the Farmers will utilize their time in light workouts, sharpening their offensive and de fensive games. Imported for VIPS INSIGNIA WORSTEDS Very interesting people wear In signia Worsteds because they are the ones who appreciate the super fine qualities of appearance and touch that are so apparent to the eye and hand. Michaels-Stern lavishes all of its needling skill on these hish fabrics to create the outstand ing suit of the season. $69.50 Conway & Co. 103 N. Main Bryan A three-touchdown blast in a four minute-interval provided the margin of victory as the Texas Shorthorns downed the Fish, 19 to 13, Saturday in Austin. The victory was the 12th for the Shorthorns in the 20-game series and was a Ben Hur Shrine bene fit game. After a fumble-filled, scoreless first half, played in the mud of Memorial Stadium, Texas crossed the double stripe on a 36-yard pass from quarterback Tommy Newman to halfback Drew Morris. Ray Barton’s try for point was wide. The Shorthorns scored again after recovering a Fish fumble on the A&M two-yard line. Barton’s conversion try was good. Newman scored two plays after Don Talbert had recovered a bad snapback from center on an at tempted punt by A&M. Fish Jack Estes blocked Barton’s conversion try. Another Aggie fumble set up the third and winning Texas touch down. Morris set sail around left end for 25 yards and the winning margin. Newman passed to Mor ris for the extra point and the Shorthorns led, 19-0. Then the fumble-frustrated Fish began to roll; but, it was too little, too late. Halfback Randy Sirns of Hous ton Austin returned the kickoff after Texas’ third touchdown to the Fish 35-yardline, from where Midlothian’s Jon Few hammered for five yards at left guard. Then quarterback Jim Harrison kept at left tackle, broke into the clear and sprinted 60 yards ^ to score. Sims added the extra point. Two and a half minutes later Midlothian’s Jon Few electrified the crowd when he swung around the right side and flipped a pass in the flat to Sims who rambled 04 yards for the touchdown. Sims missed the extra point attempt. The Fish had lost, 19-13. Both teams lost the ball on four occasions on fumbles, with the Fish fumbling seven time,s and the Shorthorns six. Few was the top ground-gainer for the Fish, picking up 37 yards CORN’S BARBER SHOP 1903 S. College We Specialize In Flat Tops on 11 trips into the line and passed once, complete fo had 33 yards on r 64 yards. 11 tries. Sims TEAM STATISTICS A&M TU Fipst Downs 8 9 Net Yards Rushing . . r53 116 Net Yards Passing 64 49 Total Offense 217 165 Passes Attempted . . 3 4 Passes Completed . . 1 3 Passes Intercepted by 1 2 Fumbles 7 6 Fumbles Lost '4 4 Penalties 3-25 5-35 Punts 9 9 Punting Average . . . 35.0 36.2 O CATERING ^7 jf-Ti -1 i r — —y o ■Specia.( Qccadiond OUTFIT PARTIES CLUB BANQUETS MAGGIE PARKER DINING HALL W. 26th & Bryan TA 2-5089 200 Congress TA 3-4375 Viceroy j WITH THE REAL TOBACCO TASTE! \ Only Viceroy gives FILTER TRAPS FOR THAT SMOOTHER TASTE Twice as many filter traps as the other two largest-selling filter brands! Compare! 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