The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 14, 1961, Image 4

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Page 4 College Station, Texas Friday, April 14, 1961' THE BATTOIOR Fish Continue To Win; Defeat Allen Ramblers The Fish baseballers continued their winning ways yesterday on Legion Field in Bryan as they routed the Allen Academy Ramb lers for the third time this season, 7-1. This game marks the sixth straight win for the Fish this spring and “winning” has become a household word around Kyle Field for the Fish. The two big guns for the Fish yesterday were Ronnie Carpenter and Bill Grochett. Carpenter ac counted for two runs with two doubles and Grochett added a bases-loaded triple in the wild scoring eighth inning. Joel Rochelle who was given his first pitching assignment of the year, was the winner. He struck out seven Ramblers in the four innings he pitched. Big Rufus Lyne started on the mound for the Fish and retired after five innings of toil. He al lowed the only two hits that Allen managed to get in the game. Allen drew first blood as they scored one run in the second inning on successive doubles. In the sixth frame, the Fish added a run to knot the score. After Bill Hancock dented the plate in the eighth inning, the roof caved in on Rambler pitcher, John Baylor Signs Two Top Schoolboys By The Associated Press * WACO—Baylor got two recruits Thursday, one each in football and basketball. Don Craft, 6-foot-l Palestine eager who won Class AAA All- State honorable mention, twice All-District, with 20-point average, will join new Coach Bill Menefee’s forces. Assistant Coach Chuck Purvis signed David Williams, 6-foot-2, 195-pound tackle, All-South Plains and twice All-District at Sundown. Williams also runs on Sundown's mile relay team. BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES One day ,V per word 2# per word each additional day Minimum choree—i0<* DEADLINE 4 p.m. day before publicatiow >re publ Classified Displa: 80d per column inch each insertion PHONE VI 6-6415 FOR RENT Three bedroom house, 908 Fairview, bath, floors, $41.00, VI 6-7334. 94t8 TJ-Haul & Kar-go trailers for rent, local or one way. Anderson’s Service Station, Hitches furnished free. 2010 S. College, PA 2-3546. 94t4 Clean large one bedroom furnished apartment with garage. Utilities 11 paid. apartment with garage. Utilities paid. Near East Gate. Call VI 6-4657 or VI 6- 4531. 93tfn Two blocks from College Station Post Office, completely furnished apartments, four walk-in closets, good refrigerators »nd stoves. VI 6-7248. 61tfn Unfurnished two bedroom apartment, ^20 wiring, attic fan, panel ray heat, near Sroekett School. Phone VI 6-6660 after* J p. m. 61tfn Antone Street. 58tfn Small well furnished apartment, ideal .or studenl VI 6-7248. for student who wants quiet place to study. 61tfn FOR SALE Aggie Uniforms. Summer serge, shirt 15-36, pants 36-34, excellent condition, 15-35, pants 36-34, excellent condition, pinks, Ike jacket and blouse. See at 1112 East 29th after 6 :30 p. m. TA 2-6902. 97t3 Eight weeks old toy fox terrier pups, $15.00 and $20.00. TA 2-3431. 95t3 Roll away bed, like new, $35.00, C-3-D College View. 95t3 HELP WANTED Waitress wanted. Must be over 18 year* nld. Experience not necessary. Apply at 3606 South College Ave. TA 2-1352. 94tfn TV - Radio - Hi-Fi Service & Repair GILS RADIO & TV TA 2-0826 2403 S. College • ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL SUPPLIES • BLUE LINE PRINTS • BLUE PRINTS • PHOTOSTATS SCOATES INDUSTRIES 603 Old Sulphur Springs Road BRYAN, TEXAS JIM M. PYE ’58 REPRESENTING Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. VI 6-5055 TA 2-6232 401 Cross St. C. S. SOSOLIK’S TV - RADIO - PHONO SERVICE 713 S. Main TA 2-1941 |j/ J^lotards Cafeteria Where the Art of Cooking is not Lost Cash Available For Books, Slide Rules, & Etc 5,000 AGGIES CAN’T BE WRONG / LOUPOT'S Herrera. Roger McAdams and Jerry Gunter hit back-to-back singles, Carpenter smashed a double down the right field line, Rusty Uresti and Eddie Hall walked, and then Grochett hit his three-run triple. The losing pitcher was Herrera, who went eight frames before giv ing way to Chico Moreno. The next Fish games matches them against the Rice Owlets on Kyle Field Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. Earlier in the season, the Fish crushed the Owlets 17-3 Intramurals WORK WANTED Experienced maid will care for your child and do light house work. Will be available May 1. Now employed by gradu ating student, prefer College View. TA 3- 3932 after 6 p. m. 97t3 DAY NURSERY, two years and up, twelve years nursery experience, near East Gate, Mrs. C. H. Bates, 1010 Milner, VI 6- 4162. 62tfn Will baby sit in my home, $8.00 per child or $15.00 for two children from same home. TA 2-4726. 95t3 DAY NURSERY by the week, day or hour. Call Mn. Gregory, 502 Boyett. VI 6-4006. 120tfn Our nursery for children all ages. Pick up and deliver. VI 6-8161. No answer cal) back. 42tfn Why wait until last minute to get your Theses reports, etc. to Bi-City Secretarial service? Electric typewriters, offset print ing, negatives and metal plates made. 3408 Texas Ave. VI 6-6786. 87tfn OFFICIAL NOTICES Official notices must be brought, mailed or telephoned so as to arrive in the Office of Student Publications (Ground Floor YMCA, VI 6-6416. hours 8-12, 1-5, dailj Monday through Friday) at or before the deadline of 1 p.m. of the day preceding publication — Director of Student Publica tions. Ph.D. LANGUAGE EXAMINATION Examinations for meeting the foreign language requirement for the Ph.D. degree will be given Wednesday, May 3rd at 8:00 a. m. and 1 :00 p. m. in Room 129, Academic Building. Students wishing to take this examination should leave the material over which they wish to be ex amined with the Secretary in the Depart- men of Modem Languages not later than 6:00 p. m. Monday, May 1st. J. J. Woolket, Head, Department of Modern Languages 94tl2 SPECIAL NOTICE Hilltop Lake, located on Hwy. 6 South, 9% miles from College. Sould be good fishing soon. Clean picnic grounds. 76tfn Electrolux Sales and Service. G. C. Williams. TA 3-6600. OOtfn • 24 Hour Wrecker Service • Whitley’s Auto Parts WE BUY BURNED & WRECKED CARS & TRUCKS 3 Miles West of Courthouse on Highway 21 BRYAN, TEXAS H. L. WHITLEY, JR., OWNER k Phone TA 2-6840 HOME & CAR RADIO REPAIRS SALES & SERVICE KEN’S RADIO & TV 303 W. 26th TA 2-2819 Gulfpride, Esso, Havoline, Sinclair Oils 29c Qt. RC Champion Sparkplugs....29c Discount Auto Parts AT JOE FAULK’S 214 N. Bryan SAE 30 Motor Oil 18c Qt. TYPEWRITERS Rentals - Sales - Service - Terms Distributors For: Royal and Victor Calculators & Adding Matchines CATES TYPEWRITER CO. 909 S. Main TA 2-6000 There was much activity in in tramural sports yesterday as 20 games were played in four leagues. In Class A Softball, Sq. 9 downed Sq. 11 by the score of 6-4; Sq. 6 blasted B-l, 20-1; K-2 stymied the troops from Sq. 17, 14-9; Sq. 5 took an easy victory over L-2 by for feit; Sq. 3 shut out Sq. 8 for a 2-0 victory; C-l tromped Sq. 12 for a 16-3 win; Sq. 13 halted D-l by the score of 15-9; A-l defeated G-l, 12-7; H-2 whitewashed A-2 for a 5-0 victory; G-2 outfought G-2 to win 2-1; aand B-2 won over C-2 by the score of 6-4. In the only game played in Class C Softball, Hart Hall blasted Law Hall, 18-2. Out of the two games played in Class B Softball, Sq. 14 squeezed past Sq. 10 by the score of 6-5, and Sq. 1 defeated Sq. 8, 5-2. In Class B Tennis, Sq. 6 won over Sq. 10 by forfeit; Sq. 17 blanked E-2 by the score of 3-0; Sq. 3 edged B-2 for a 2-1 victory; F-2 shut out K-2, 3-0; G-3 took a win over H-2 by forfeit; and Sq. 4 won over A-l for a 2-1 win. Los Angeles Professional Breaks Golfs ‘Color Line’ By The Associated Press GREENSBORO, N. C.—Charlie Sifford, Negro professional from Los Angeles, cracked golf’s color line Thursday by using 68 strokes and five cigars to take the first- round lead in the $22, 5 00 Greater Greensboro Open Tournament. The 38-year-old Charlotte, N.C., native, marked the first appear ance of a member of his race in a major PGA event in the South by putting together a pair of 34s in a three-under-par performance that gave him a one-shot lead over Billy Maxwell of Dallas, Tex. Sifford, noted more for his booming tee shots, used finesse around the greens to take the lead. He had 12 one-putt greens and needed 24 putts in all. Mike Souchak of Grossinger, N. Y., missed a chance to tie Sifford when he took a double bogey six on No. 17 and finished with 70 to tie Greensbore amateur Bill Har vey for third place. Indictments Given In Cage Scandal By The Associated Press NEW YORK—Aaron Wagman, one of two gambling figures ar rested on charges of bribing bas ketball players, was indicted Thursday on three counts accusing him of trying to bribe a detective. Dist. Atty. Frank S. Hogan said the indictment was limited to ac cusations that Wagman sought to bribe one of Hogan’s men. How ever, the grand jury still is in vestigating charges that Wagman and another man. bribed basket ball players. Specifically, Wagman, 28, of New York, is charged with trying to bribe Detective David F. Camp bell in return for information about the district attorney’s inves tigation into basketball bribery. Six men tied at par 71 in the field of 115 who tested the 7,000- yard Sedgefield Country Club course. Heading the 71 group was Sam Snead, the defending champion and seven-time GGO winner from White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Fraser, Emerson In Houston Semis By The Associated Press By MAX B. SKELTON HOUSTON — Australians Neale Fraser and Roy Emerson gained the semifinals of the 27th River Oaks Tennis Tournament Thurs day by taking straight sets from Ron Holmberg and Hamilton Richardson. The top seeded Fraser defeated Holmbert, the No. 5 U. S. player from Brooklyn, N. Y., 6-3, 6-4. Em erson, seeded third, defeated Rich ardson, former U. S. Davis Cup player, 6-4, 8-6, 6-1. The Australian sweep of the first half of the quarter-final round left young Frank Froehling, the No. 30 U. S. player from Coral Gables, Fla., the lone Amer ican among the six players still seeking the River Oaks title that has never been won by a foreign entry. SPORTS do they fall for you head first? They do if you use ‘Vaseline’ Hair Tonic on your head first! Most men use water with their hair tonic and ‘Vaseline’Hair Tonic is specially to use with water. Water evaporates, dries out your hair. Alcohol and cream tonics evaporate, too. But ‘Vaseline’ Hair Tonic won’t evaporate. It’s 100% pure light grooming oil — replaces oil that water removes. And just a little does a lot! if s clear f js it’s clean... it’s VASELINE HAIR TONIC VASELINE’ HAIR TONIC IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF CHESEBROUGH-POND S INC. Ellison Pharmacy 101 S. Main Bryan, Texas 28th at Sterling North Gate Bryan, Texas College Station Prompt, Free Delivery Service 3511 Texas Ave. Bryan, Texas Varsity Baseballers Meet Rice in Houston Saturday After a 10-day layoff the Aggie baseball team gets into action again in Houston tomorrow as they meet Rice in a double header starting at 1:30. A&M’s last game was on Apr. 5 when they brought home a victory from the University of Houston Cougars. They were scheduled to play Texas Christian • University on Kyle Field last Saturday, but the game never came about be cause of rain. So far this season, the Owls have been the only SWC team that has proven “too much” for A&M as they downed them 12-4 on Kyle Field. Since that time A&M has won over St. Mary’s University, Illi nois, Brooke Medics and Houston. A&M’s season record now stands at 10-3-1 with losses to Sam Hous ton, Minnesota and Rice. The Ag gies tied Texas, 6-6, in a,10-inning affair in Austin. According to the SWC officials, the game will have to be played completely over, but a date hasn’t been set. The leading Cadet hitter is still Mike Spence who has four hits in seven trips to the plate for .571. Spence is also the top man on the mound with three wins and no defeats. The next three men in the top hitting column are all seniors and are hitting over .300. Dick Hick- erson is in the number two spot with .389; Clifford Davis is third with .382; and Byron Barber is the fourth man with .328. Davis completely missed the three games between St. Mary’s, Illinois and Brooke Medics in San Antonio because of a shoulder in jury received in the last outing with Rice. He has only seen lim ited action in practice for the past couple of weeks and it will be some time before he is backatfi] speed. From now on out the Caifej will have a week’s break betwfij games and will play two ea4 weekend. Next weekend they*-; play a pair with TCjJ in Ft. Woiit Baylor Favored In Dallas Meet RV By The Associated Press DALLAS—Baylor will be fa vored and at least five records may fall Friday night as five col leges hook up in the annual Dallas Invitational Track and Field Meet. Oklahoma, the denfending cham pion, is expected to give Baylor its toughest fight, with Texas next in line. Southern Methodist and Texas A&M are the other teams in the meet. Strength in both relays and the shot and discus plus point poten tials in all other events make Bay lor a solid favorite to gallop in with the championship. The most interesting duels will come in the weights and pole vault. Oklahoma’s Mike Lindsay and Baylor’s John Fry will be battling it out in the shot and discus, with a new record likely in the former. Both Lindsay and Fry have ex ceeded the record of 57 feet 3% inches repeatedly. J. D. Martin of Oklahoma will be back to defend his pole vault championship and also protect the record of 14 feet 6 inches. Dexter Elkins of Southern Methodist will duel Martin and since each has already gone over 15 feet | year, a record is quite possible, Baylor’s mile relay team, tkl has a 3:10.9 to its credit, Ralph Alspaugh, who has dojei 20.3 220-yard dash, may set ords. The mile relay markis3:l| the 880 is 1:51.7 and the : 20.4. It is definite that Texas’s lers, Ray Cunningham and la Wilson, will not be able to » pete because of leg injuries, Si records are not expected in eit of the hurdles. Jim Parr of Southern Method! is favored in the mile, Baylors rated tops in the 440-yard hIk, Alspaugh in the 100 and 220, Id Johnson of Southern Methodist:! the hurdles, Jan Ahlberg of Soifs- ern Methodist in the two-mil- Eddie Curtis of Baylor in the lip jump, Jim Smith of Texas inth javelin and Steve Swafford (>: Oklahoma in the broad jump. Olympian Stone Johnson ti Grambling will show off for th home folks in special 100 and Si- yard dashes. A crowd of 8,000 is expertd with first events starting at i:i p.m. REDECORATING THIS SPRING? Choose a color telephone to match your, new decor This spring, when you're \ brightening up your home, remember that one of the prettiest additions to any room is a new telephone in color. They're available in many decorator colors and one of them is sure to complement any room in your home. Cali our business office today and arrange to have us add that touch of color to*, your home this spring. The Southwestern States Telephone Companij Chan Germar light-M be wat parade- Aden Vice Pi from tl to the took hi in his 1 The close 1 Adenau dignata guard. It wi was hi blowirif City ps itary a tbusias Texas State student c invasi Cubar ernme L Unitee forces portin E night betwe Gizeni T Conge had “ Provii V Comm boosti tease- Ii irtille positie A new t: ing Press T selecti next t tions tax pr L early aid Ci But tl T for th B Plains Panha A line. 1 contre C. Ri Mid-: overall Repc show a overall Brigad Bold o taking ing th< In t %e s overall middle The be eas: grade fit the th This se first s w p, the tc LOU SAYS 8.000 AGGIES CANT BE WRONG R