The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 11, 1960, Image 4

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Champions The Aggie Bowling team are winners of the Parks Mahaney, Fort Worth ; A1 Rainosek, Texas Intercollegiate Bowling Conference. El Campo and Frank Pearce, Corpus Christi. Members are, left to right, Milt Rasmussen, They are shown with the championship College Station; Larry Dantzler, Dallas; trophy. Here are the facts: The Rambler American is lowest priced of all U. S. cars by a wide margin based on manufacturers’ suggested advertised delivered prices at factory. Save more on gas, upkeep. Get highest resale. Easiest parking, full family room. High, wide doors for easier entry. Go Rambler. See the New Standard of Basic Excellence at Your Rambler Dealer’s BATTALION CLASSIFIED Myers Signs Eight Players Coach Jim Myers has announ ced the signing of eight Texas schoolboy grid stars to A&M let ters of intent. Assistant Coach* Elmer Smith signed Terry McLeod and James Craig, linemen from Jasper and Jimmy Clark, halfback from Whitewright; Willie Zapalac has signed Jerry Rice, Kenedy half back and Johnny Kolacek and Larry Holm, linesmen from George West while Travis Hughes signed two West line men, Raymond Kubala, center- linebacker and Ray Barton, an end. Myers has already had the promises of two more outstand ing football players in addition to these most recently signed. Jim Linnstaeder, Brenham’s all-around athlete, and Travis Reagan, Wichita Falls back, both have said they will attend A&M. Tennis, Golf Teams Entered In SWC Meet At Fort Worth Three' tennis players and four golfers will represent A&M in the individual championships of these two sports at the Southwest Con ference spring meeting in Fort Worth this week. Richard Halter, Baytown sopho more, and Tommy Morris, Waco sophomore, will play in the tennis singles division while Halter will team with Capt. Robert Jones, Garland senior, in the doubles. SWC tennis begins Wednesday at the Rivercrest Country Club courts and continues through Friday. Coach Omar Smith’s team fin ished fifth in team round-robin play with 12 wins and 24 losses. The Aggies won two conference matches, lost three and tied one. Barber Takes Lead In Home Runs Leading the home run depart ment in Southwest Conference baseball this year is A&M’s left fielder, Byron Barber, who has col lected five four-baggers for the season. Barber is presently bat ting a .316 average and has driven in nine runs. Batting a very respectable .367 average, which is fifth highest in conference standings, is third base- man John Burton. 1 Burton has five runs batted in to his credit. As a team, the Aggies have col lected 81 hits, nine doubles, two triples and seven home runs for the season for a team batting av erage of .222 in SWC games. They have 43 RBI’s and a fielding aver age of .927. As conference champions, Coach Henry Ransom’s Aggie golfers place four men in the 72-hole medal play for individual honors Thursday and Friday at the Glen Garden Country Club. The Aggies, winning their first team title since 1948, will be led by Capt. A1 Jones of Harlingen, only senior on the team; Billy Martindale, Jacksonville junior and two sophomores, John Lively Jr., of Athens and Duckie Duble of Galveston. Jones recently set a new A&M course record with a seven-under par 63. Lively led A&M’s winning team this spring winning six matches and tying one. He also teamed with Martindale to post five best- ball wins against one loss. Others who have competed for A&M this spring who will not be playing at Fort Worth are Johnny Johnson of Harlingen and Jim Fetters of Port Arthur, both soph omores. Others on the team who did not part in matches this spring in clude Wayne Stroman, Mission sophomore; Jerry Holland, College Station sophomore and Ed Trip lett Jr., Conroe junior. Fort Worth Bound Members of the Aggie golf team line up for some instruc tions from Coach Henry Ransom. Four members of this group will represent the Aggies at the conference meet in Fort Worth this weekend. Consolidated Junior High Places First At Cameron Baylor Threatens Champion Steers In Conference Meet FORT WORTH 6S>) —Texas’ 6- year streak may be snapped next weekend in the Southwest Confer ence track meet here—and Baylor could be the team to do it. The Bears, terrific in the sprints, relays, weights and high jump, ap pear capable of removing the Tex as domination and winning their first title in history. At least four records are likely to fall when the eight conference schools meet Friday and Saturday. John Fry of Baylor has already eclipsed the shot put mark of 55 feet 5% inches. Ray Dyck of Ar kansas has done 1:49.0 in the half- mile against the record of 1:51.6. Dexter Elkins of SMU and Baylus Bennett of Texas have gone over vaulted 13 feet 6 inches and the i record is 13-4%, Texas has equaled the mile relay record of 3:12.0, Baylor has bettered the 440-yard relay record of 41.7 by a full sec ond and Bob Johnson of SMU has run the high hurdles in 14.4 against the record of 14.7. Baylor’s top opponent in the freshman division could come from A&M where coach Charlies Thom as has one of the best fish squads the school has seen in years. Sparking the Aggie freshman squad are a couple of sprinters, Ed Williams and Curtis Roberts who swept to first places in a triangu lar meet at Austin Thursday night with 9.6 and 9.7 times. Williams and Roberts both run on the Aggie freshman quarter mile relay which toured the oval in Memorial stadium in the very fine time of 41.7. Marilyn Odom, Jim Mills, Rus sel Hana and a team composed of Randy Hall, Bobby Wrgiht, Hu bert Hearne and Allen Linton all placed first in their respective events at the Cameron Junior High School Invitational Meet Friday in Cameron, according to Mrs. Eu gene Rush, teacher at A&M Con solidated Junior High School. The College Station students competed against 10 other junior high schools in literary, play ground and track and field events. Hanna won first place in the high jump with a 5-6 leap. The Consolidated 440 relay team, made up of Hall, Wright, Hearne and Linton won first place in that event. In the playground division, Jim Mills won first in boys’ singles tennis. Marilyn Odom won the top hon ors in girls’ declamation in the literary division and Suzan Timm placed second in the ready writing contest. Aggies- Have You Tried YOUNGBLOOD’S 1/2 Fried Chicken (4 Pcs.) With All The Trimmings $1.00 BARBECUE—STEAKS—SEAFOODS Rock Building Midway Between South College Bryan & College WANT AD RATES flay 34 per v ‘£4 per word em Ji additional day Minimum oharue—10^ DEADLINES ■ p.m. day before puhllcatloa ay before pu Classified Dlsplt iplay i Inch 80^ per column each Insertion PHONE VI 6-6415 FOR RENT Nice clean one bed: apartment. Utilities paii VI 6-4657 or VI 6-4531. bedroom Very only. S50.00 and $5 Call Sidney Parker, ' after 6 and weekend: >tor, ack ; s, yard with trees, • 202 Academy, TA 2-, P. IT 72tf Sewing machines, Pruitt Fabric Sho 98tf FEMALE HELP WANTED not required. Desirable working con- A&M College. FOR SALE OR RENT Dr. George W. Buchanan Chiropractor 304 E 27th Bryan, Texaf Phone: Bus. TA 2-4988 Res. TA 2-4981 SOSOLIK’S TV - RADIO - PHONO SERVICE 713 S Main TA 2-1941 FOR SALE Senior boots, size 9, and boot pants, size 29. See Elliott Craig, Room 307, Hender son Hall. llltfn Cushman motorscooter with windshield. Excellent condition. VI 6-6763 after 5. 112t3 Complete set of army uniforms for sale. Perfect for the two year officer. Size “44”. Will pay alterations. $250.00. Contact Wayland Simmons, Phone VI 6-998L 112tl Officer Air Force uniforms, summer serge, winter blues, Coat size 42, pants 36-32. TA 2-8889 after 6. 112t4 1958 Hillman Delux Sedan. Heater, w/w tires. Excellent condition. 707 East 24th St., Bryan. Hlt6 Two white chests and natural baby bed, separate or together. VI 6-6136. llltfn AKC Registered Dashund puppies. 408 B Second St. College Station 110t3 One wheel luggage trailer. Slightly used. New tire. See at C-8-W College View. 109t4 1957 Ford Fairlane, Radio, heater, by • only owner. Extremely clean. Will con- lider trade. TA 2-1806. lOOtfn WORK WANTED Experienced maid will care for child and do housework, Monday - Friday. Call after 0, TA 3-3932. Illt4 Attention Working Mothers: All day nursery. 8 to 5. Have had nurse’s train- ing. $25.00 per month, per child. VI 6- 6146. 108tfn Day nursery forages 1-4 years. Limited enrollment (3). Balanced lunch with milk. Family style activities. Call Mrs. Redding, VI 6-4892, 1104 Milner. 107tfn Why wait until last minute to get your Theses reports, etc. to Bi-City Secretarial service? Electric typewriters. offset Printing, negatives and metal plates made. *408 Texas Ave. VI 6-5786. 87tfn WANTED TO BUY Good used Gym Set. Call TA 3-3000, Ask for Mrs. Pettit. 11H2 Smallest U. S. territory is King man’s Reef, south of Hawaii. It is 150 feet long and 120 feet wide. Your Bryan Dealer for FRIEDRICH Air Conditioners Window or Central Type FAULK’S 214 N. Bryan 1300 Texas 0 ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL SUPPLIES 0 BLUE LINE PRINTS 0 BLUE PRINTS 0 PHOTOSTAT? SCOATES INDUSTRIES M3 Old Sulphur Spring* R»a4 BRYAN, TEXAS SPECIAL NOTICE 1UL ROSS LODGE NO. 1300, A.F. & A.M College Station, Texas Stated meeting Thursday, May 12 at -7:00 p. m. C. J. Keese, WM Joe Woolket, Secr’y TOM THUMB NURSERY SCHOOL Ageg 214-5 years. Storytelling, Singing, Drawing, Playing. Operated by Mrs. Jo anne Mailer. Close to Co" Ueferehce when requested. lege. y VI 6-4841. lOOtfn Put your reservations in now for ban- mets. Accomodate op to 250 people. TA 2. 1352. Triangle Restaurant. 12tfn Electrolux Sales and Service. Williams TA 3-6600. G. O notfr DAY NURSERY by the week, day oi >iour. Call Mrs. Gregory, 502 Boyett VI6-4005. 120tfl OFFICIAL NOTICES Official notices must be brought, mailed sr telephoned so as to arrive in the Office if Student Publications (Ground Floor rMCA, VI 6-6415, hours 8-12, 1-5, dailj Monday through Friday) at or before the deadline of 1 p.m. of the day proceeding publication — Director of Student Publica tions. 1 Regalia For The May Commencement Exercise All students who are candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy egree ot Doctor ot Philosophy are quired to order hoods as well as the doc tor’s cap and gown. The ho left at the Registrar’s Office iwn. The hoods are to be Registrar’s Office no later than 1:00 p. m. t Tuesday, May 24 (this will be accomplished by a representative of the College Exchange Store). The Ph.D. hoods will not be worn in the procession since all such candidates will be hooded on the stage as a part of the ceremonies. Candidates for the Master’s Degree will wear the master’s cap and gown; those who are candidates for the Bachelor’s De gree, except Military students, will wear the bachelor’s cap and gown. All Military students who are candidates for degrees will wear appropriate military uniforms. Rental of caps and gowns may be ar ranged with the Exchange Store. Orders may be placed between 8 :00 a. m. Monday, May 2 and 12:00 noon, Wednesday, May 18. The rental is as follows: Doctor's cap and gown $5.25, Master’s cap and gown S4.75, Bachelor’s cap and gown $4.25. Hood rental is the same as that for cap and gown. C. E. Tishler, Chairman Convocations Committee 103M2 Early Bird Shoppe, Inc Curtains — Fabrics — Toys Ridgecrest Village TYPEWRITERS Rental - Sales - Service - Term* Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Machine* CATES TYPEWRITER CO. D09 S. Main TA 2-6000 14 feet in the pole vault compar ing with the record of 13 feet 11% inches. Jan Ahlberg of SMU and Bob Mellgren of Baylor have done the 2-mile in under 9:14.0 against the record of 9:18.7. Baylor has run the 440-yard re lay in 40.4 and the record is 40.0. Texas has done the mile relay in 3:12.0 and the record is 3:11.6. Billy Hollis of Baylor and Ralph Alspaugh of Texas have run the 100 in 9.5 and that is the confer ence record. Baylor also is favored to win the freshman division of the meet and at least seven records should be bettered. Bill Kemp of Baylor has eclipsed the 100-yard record of 9.7 and the 220-yard standard of 20.7. Mike Kelly of SMU has run the low hurdles in 23.4 against the record of 23.5, Jim Tomlinson of SMU has Dodgers May Call Frank Howard LOS ANGELES (A>>—The mea ger-muscled Los Angeles Dodgers apparently are about ready to re call robust Frank Howard. But they have at least tempor arily given up the idea of retiring veteran Carl Furillo to make room for the Ohio strongboy. COURT’S SHOES SHOE REPAIR North Gate TV-Radio-HiFi Service & Repair GILS RADIO & TV TA 2-0826 101 Highland TRADE WITH LOU... MOST AGGIES DO JlotarJ d Cafeltrla bit! j Filters for flavor as no single filter can . HERE’S HOW THE DUAL FILTER DOES IT: 1. It combines a unique inner filter of ACTIVATED CHARCOAL . . . definitely proved to make the smoke of a cigarette mild and smooth... 2. with a pure white outer filter. Together they select and balance the flavor elements in the smoke. Tareyton’s flavor-balance gives you the best taste of the best tobaccos. 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