The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 19, 1960, Image 6

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I Three Class B, One Class A Champ Declared In Intramural Track Meet Ry AL VELA Battalion Staff Writer Intramural track was well un derway yesterday as champion ships were determined in Class B broad jump, Class A shotput, ClassA high jump and Class B pole vault. The order of events for the fi nals Friday will be the 440-yard dash, first; the 880-yard relay, second; the 880-yard run, third; the 100-yard dash, fourth; the 120- yard low hurdles, fifth; and the 440-yard relay last. Tuesday’s results in the Class A 440-yard relay showed seven out fits qualifying for the finals. The best time was recorded by Co. G-2 with :45.9, followed by Co. A-l, Sq. 3, Co. F-l, Co. E-2, Sq. 12 and Sq. 11, all qualifiers. In Class B 440-yard relay Co. A-l came in with the best time of :46.4. The six other outfits qualifying for the finals were Sq. 2, Sq. 12, Sq. 8, Co. E-2, Co. G-2 and Sq. 11. Winning the Class B broad jump was Wright of Sq. 12 with a leap IT ■ " ■ ■ ’ '' ' ' f ' ' ■ ' ' ' . , 1 THE EXCHANGE STORE “Serving Texas Aggies” of 20-2!£. Second was Brice of Sq. 12, third was Wright from Co. H-2, fourth was Henderson from Sq. 2 and also tied for fourth was Deutrich representing Co. A-l. Earls of Sq. 1 won the Class A shotput with a toss of 52-11 and was followed by Oliver of Co. F-l in second place, Warlick of Co. H-2, McFarland of Co. F-2 in fourth place, Carr of Sq. 14 in fifth place and Shawver of Sq. 17 also tied for fifth. Berry of Sq. 4 won the Class A high jump with a leap of 6-1. Close behind was Price of Sq. 6 ■who jumped 6’ for second place. Pawlik of Co. G-l came in third. Parks of Sq. 12 was fourth and Klehm of Co. C-2 was in fifth place. In Class B pole vault Redd of Sq. 1 won the event with an 11-4% jump. Second in the event was Brod of Co. B-l, third was Nor wood representing Sq. 12, in fourth place was Roden of Co. A-l and in fifth place was McDaniel also of Co. A-l. The eight qualifiers in the Class A 880-yard run were Edgington of Mitchell, Gilbreath representing Co. C-2, Korth running for Co. Frosh Golf Team Downed By Texas The Texas Shorthorns nipped the Ag^ie Fish, 4-2, 'yesterday in a belated dual golf match in Aus tin. Paul Brandley of the Shorthorns shot a 69, one under par, to defeat Harry Hoskins 4-2. The Ags’ Ralph Johnson scored a 4-2 victory over Texas’ Harris Greenwood. Texas’ Tony Truex dropped the Fish’s Jerry Adams, 3-2 and Eu gene Byrd won over Shorthorn Perry Flackman, 3-2. WANTED! We are not looking for Law Breakers but we are want ing USED BOOKS. If you have one you are tired of, detest, or associate with an unpleasant memory, come into the BOOK DEPART MENT of THE EXCHANGE STORE and SURRENDER! Not yourself, of course, but the BOOK, for the REWARD we are offering. You won’t get rich off the REWARD but you will get gasoline money to go home to MOM’S cooking. After two or three of her cooked meals you’ll feel we overpaid you for that unwanted book. Next September one of your fellow Aggies will be tickled pink to save 25% on the re-purchase of your “ Surplus Rope.” At the same time your FRIENDLY COLLEGE EX CHANGE STORE will stash away a nickel or a dime for future Aggie Recreation and Welfare. The Exchange Store ‘Serving Texas Aggies Since 1907’ H-l, Chapa of Co. H-2, Powell of Co. F-l, Pope representing Co. F-l, Webb of Co. C-2 and Lindiesien running for Sq. 3. Those qualifying for the Class B 880-yard run were Jamail of Co. F-2, Townsend of Co. H-2, Shipp representing Co. A-2, McKien run ning for Co. G-l, Blakard of Co. A-l, Johnson, of Sq. 2, James run ning for Sq. 12, Davis of Co. G-2, Sq. 11. The best qualifying time for the Class A 100-yard dash was held Stewart of Co. C-l and Sneel of by Hale of Co. F-2 as he sprinted the distance in :10.4, Others qual ifying for the event were McGinty of Co.' G-2, Tew of Co. E-2, Bo- zardt running for the White Band, Brand representing Co. E-2, Cleary of Co. A-2 and Gremillion running for Sq. 12. In the Class B 100-yard dash event Cooksey of Sq. 12 ran the distance in a sizzling :10.2 for the best qualifying time. Also qual ifying were Newman of Co. F-2, Cobb of Sq. 10, Divine represent^ ing Co. C-l, Malcolm running for Co. F-l, Trahon of Sq. 8 and Jones representing Sq. 12. Athletic Barbecue Tonight The A&M Athletic Department and Brazos County A&M Club will sponsor the annual spring sports barbecue in The Grove tonight at 6:30. The spring barbecue honors all spring sport participants which includes baseball, track, golf and tennis. BATTAIM WANT AD RATES >e day 3<t per word per word eanh additional day Minimum ^ha.rpe— DEADLINES ■ p.m. day before publicatloa Classified Display 8<M Per coltimn Inch each Insertion PHONE VI 6-841B CMSSIFIED FOR SALE 10 cubic foot Westinghouse refrigerator and Western Holly gas stove. Both for $94.00. 1603 Armistead St.. 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