The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 26, 1960, Image 8

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Page 8 College Station, Texas Thursday, May 26, 1960 THE BATTALION Track Meet Writes Fiiiis!i To Intramural Events For Year By AL VELA Battalion Staff Writer The 1959-00 intramural program ended this week with intramural track. The intramural flag will be awarded Saturday at final re view. The track results in Class A showed Co. F-l winning first place with a total of 80 points. Second was Co. A-l, third was Co. E-2, fourth was Co. G-2, and there was a two-way tie for fifth place be tween Co. F-2 and Sq. 12. Sq. 12 captured the number one place in the Class B standings with a total of 80 points. Second was Co. A-l, third was Sq. 2, Sq. 11 was in fourth place, and there was also a two-way tie for fifth place between Sq. 1 and Co. F-l. The finals in Class A 440-yard dash showed Bowers of Co. H-l winning the event with a time of 52:9. Second was Edgington of Mitchell, Miller of Co. F-l was tied for third along with Pope also of Co. F-l. In the Class B 440-yard dash Cooksey of Sq. 12 won the event with a time of 53:2. Drawer of Co. F-l was second, Garrett of Sq. 3 was third, Mayo of Sq. 11 ran in fourth place and Burnett of Sq. 12 was fifth. Co. A-l won. the Class A '440- yard relay with a time of 45:5. Co. F-l won second place, Co. E-2 ran in third place and Sq. fourth. 11 placed The Class B 440-yard relay show ed Co. A-l winning the event with a 46 flat time. In second place was Sq. 12, Sq. 11 ran in third place, Co. G-2 was fourth and Sq. ”2 placed fifth. Arnold of Hart won the Class A 120-low hurdles with a time of 14.9. Second was Fort of Co. K-2, third was Carlstrom of Sq. 8 and in fourth place was Swafford of Co. D-l. The Class B 120-low hurdles was won by Watking of Sq. 11 in 14.1 time. Ditrice of Co. A-l was sec ond, Roden of Co. A-l was third, Stone of Sq. 12 was fourth and in fifth place was Collins of Sq. 10. Co. A-2 won the Class B 880- Playoff Scheduled For Texas-Houston A “sudden death” playoff is scheduled in Austin May 31 be tween the Houston Cougars and Texas Longhorns to determine the District 6 representatives in the NCAA baseball tourney. Texas won the Southwest Con ference championship and Houston defeated Cincinnati to take the Missouri Valley Conference title. -GRADUATING SENIORS- —WE WISH TO SAY— —THANK YOU— For The Business You Have Given Us—And —BEST WISHES— —For Your Success In Life— Remember To Put In A Good Word For Us To Your High School Buddies Who Are Coming Here ZUBIK'S Uniform Tailors COPYRIGHT 1957 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY 'We’d like to admit right here and now that the main reason we run advertisements like this is to get you, dear reader, to drink Coca-Cola to the virtual exclusion of all other beverages. The sooner you start going along with us, the sooner weTl both begin to get more out of life. 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