The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 06, 1960, Image 4

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Page 4 College Station, Texas
Wednesday, April (5, 1960
Class A, Class B and Class C
competed in softball games and
freshmen were on their way to
wrapping up their tennis matches
as intramurals are nearing to a
close for the year.
In Class B softball, Sq. 7 was
victorious over the White Band,
Co. F-2 defeated Co. D-2 and Co.
C-2 posted a victory over Co. E-2.
Freshmen tennis matches played
for the past two days showed Co.
A-l defeating Sq. 13, Co. A-2 beat
ing Co. F-l, Sq. 12 winning over
Co. G-l, Co. C-2 besting Co. D-l,
Co. B-l defeating Co. G-l, Co. A-l
beating Co. K-2, Co. 1-2 winning
over Co. H-l, Co. G-2 besting the
White Band and Sq. 5 defeating
Sq. 14.
Games played in upperclassmen
softball showed Co. D-2 posting a
victory over Co. H-l and Co. E-2
defeating Co. A-2.
In Class C softball Bizzell post
ed a victory over Milner and
Mitchell defeated Leggett.
Tomorrow’s schedule shows com
petition in Class A and B softball,
and freshmen tennis.
Brazos County Youths Complete
Small Arms Training School
Twenty Brazos County young
sters completed the 17th Basic
Small Arms Training School and
received certificates during cere
monies held at Pleasant Acres, last
Short talks on the aims of the
Twin City Junior Rifle Club were
given by Mike Murr’ay, Betty Wade
and Joy Pohl. They pointed up the
Club’s and Association’s principles.
Pat Loyd gave a brief talk on
training in democratic principles.
Hal Murray spoke on the subject
of Gun Legislation and the Right
to Own Fire Arms.
Stephen Hart Blackhurst receiv
ed the Marksmanship trophy. The
trophy was in recognition of the
highest grouping score fired by all
members of the class, and was do
nated by Woodson Lumber Com
pany. Blackhurst also received the
Morgan Smith plaque, a revolving
^Jle Olympia
Guaranteed As
Long As You Are
At A&M
award which will remain in his
possession until the end of the next
school term. Blackhurst’s name
will appear on the plaque * along
with those of the winners of the
first sixteen schools. Tom Yager
was on hand to make the presenta
tion for Woodson Lumber Com
Safety Award
A Safety Trophy was presented
to Linda Sue Harwell by American
Laundry & Dry Cleaners by Ro
land Dansby. This award is based
on grades during the school, final
examination and scores fired.
Bill Amyx presented National
Rifle Association awards to Peter
Y. Alexander, Daniel S. Bass, Ste
phen H. Blackhurst, Jack H. Bow
en, Jr., David Campise, John M.
Dalchau, Andrew C. Dean, Jan H.-
Dozier, Linda S. Harwell, William
C. Landiss, Lee S. Martin, William
J. R. Mayfield, Bert D. Mullins,
Sidney S. Murray, David B. Polk,
Dorothy J. Porter, Bruce R. Riggs,
Edward J. Slovacek, Carlos W.
Wagner and Thomas H. Walton.
Certified Rifle Instructor certifi
cates were awarded to Hal Mur
ray, Phil Retherford and Louis
Porter while Pat Loyd, Mike Mur
ray, Joy Pohl and Buzz Loveless
were recognized as Apprentice In
The 18th school will begin May
28. This school will be limited to
boys and girls from 10 to 19 years.
Congratulations in Order
Gary Herrington, Fish baseball coach, ed the Young Bruins a 9-2 defeat yesterday
shakes hands with the Baylor Cub coach, on Kyle Field. The win brought the Fish
Dutch Shroeder, after the Aggie Fish hand- record to 4-1 for the season.
II I ft
Frosh Cool Cubs, 9-2
Jerry Warren and Ed Singley,
backed by 14 hits, pitched the Ag
gie Fish to a 9-2 victory over the
Baylor Cubs on Kyle Field yester
Warren worked the first six and
a third innings to get the win with
Singley mopping up and pitching
scoreless ball without a hit. War
ren struck out 11 while Singley
whiffed three.
The Fish had single runs in the
second, third and fourth frames
and iced the contest with three
runs each in the fifth and seventh
Bill Musemeche, Houston left-
fielder, continued his hit barrage
as he banged out four for five in
cluding a double and two runs bat
ted in. He now has hit 14 times
in 24 at bats for a .583 batting
average after five games.
Centerfielder Ray Hall of Fort
Worth had a homer and single in
five trips while G'eorge Carroll of
College Station and Reggie Rich
ardson of Beaumont each had two
The Fish scored first in the sec
ond on singles by Musemeche and
Cox, ef
Murdock, 1b
Goodwin, 3b
Bell, rf
Collins, 2b
Fox, ss
White, If
. 4
. 5
, 4
. 3
ters, c 3
Christie, c , 1
Do Foor, p 2
Johnson, p 1
Coney 1
Skinner, p 0
Byrom, p 0
J. Singley, 3h 5
Cobb, ss 5
Puckett, c r>
Hall, cf 5
Richardson, lb 4
Musemeche, If 5
Carroll, rf 4
Carter, 2b 2
Warren, p ; 1
E. Singley, p 1
Totals 37
Cubs 002 000 000—2
Fish Oil 130 30x—9
Carroll and walks to Jerry Carter
and Warren, the latter forcing in
Musemeche. Baylor got their two
in the third and went ahead briefly
on an overthrow of first on a
ground ball by Warren. Audie Cox
and Ronnie Goodwin singled and
were advanced by a sacrifice bunt
by Charles Bell but both runners
came home and Bell went to third
when Warren threw the ball into
the deep rightfield foul corner.
Bobby DeFoor, first of four Cub
pitchers, took the loss. He was
chased by Hall’s line-drive homer
to center in the fifth.
The Fish now own a 4-1 record
for the year and play next on Sat
urday against Rice Owlets in Hous
Bears Trip Farmers,
7 - 5, for SWC Victory
The Baylor Bears belted the Ag
gies 7-5 in Waco yesterday to put
themselves in a first place tie with
the Texas Longhorns.
The Longhorns downed Texas
Christian, 17-3 while the SMU
Mustangs upset Rice, 9-3.
Baylor went ahead to stay in the
second inning as Bob Turner slam
med a two-out homer over the left-
center fence to score behftid Byron
The Bears sacked up the game
in the fifth when David Young led
off with a hit off David Pitcock,
the Aggie starter. Bobby Barnett
picked up a walk from Pitcock and
Ted Uhlaender loaded the bases
with a bunt.
Arthur Fuentes made his contri
bution to the affair and sent the
ball sailing over right field fence
for an apparent grand-slammer.
However, Fuentes passed Uhlaen
der on the bases and Uhlaender
was ruled out, giving Fuentes only
a three-run homer.
The Aggies threw a scare into
CHS Tigers Shine
In Weekend Meets
CHS Correspondent
A&M Consolidated’s star-studded
golfers and the Tiger’s seven man
track squad had fine showings last
weekend as the linksters carried
off their second straight 21-AA
crown and the thin clads took fifth
in the Rockdale Relays.
The golf teams swept the High
School and Junior High divisions
of the District meet, taking first
and second with scores of 342 and
374 in the high school section while
the Kittens took their meet with a
nine-hole 186.
John Southern and Charles Roe-
ber took top spot for the Tigers
with medalist 83’s. Southern won
top honors in the playoff. Jim
Baldauf, last year’s 21AA medalist
was third in the medalist round
with an 85; Condy Pugh had 86;
and Bill Berry completed the sweep
with an 88. The second team was
composed of Roeber, Danny Gar
ner, John Beckham and Mike Calli-
Duke Butler’s 44, and’ Peter Fa
gan’s 45 were the top scores in
Junior High play. White of Cy-
Fair took third with a 47 while
Consolidated captured the last two
spots with John Baldauf’s 48 and
John Badgett’s 49.
Paced by Jim Wright’s Relays
record breaking 155-5% discus
throw, the Tigers placed fourth be
hind Cameron, Georgetown and
Wright, who was .runner up in
the State AA discus event last
year, also picked up a fourth in the
100 yard dash. Other placers for
the Tigers were Dee Smith, second
in the high jump and broad jump
and fifth in the discus; Bruce
Thompson, second in the mile run;
and the sprint relay team of Smith,
Thompson, Wright and Cyril Burke
The tracksters go to Blinn Col
lege Thursday and Friday for the
21-AA meet.
the Bruins during the ninth in
ning as they scored three runs on
no hits. They also had the bases
loaded when the Bears’ third relief
pitcher, Tom Pettigrew, put the
last Ag down to retire the side.
Going into the ninth inning Bar
nett had a 7-2 lead, but was tired.
He’ hit the Aggie leadoff man,
Randy Wortham, and soon after
gave up his seventh walk to Clif
ford Davis.
Jim York was the new pitcher
for the Bears and after a walk to
Henry Batten and a bad pitch to
Don Chase, Jim Daniel was on the
mound for the Bears. Daniel walk
ed Dick Hickerson, Byron Barber
and John Burton to bring Wor
tham, Davis and Batten home.
Pettigrew then came in and
threw the game winning strikes to
Dink Patterson.
The first sons and daughters of
Nashua are scheduled to go to the
post as 2-year-olds next winter
at Hialeah.
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