The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 14, 1961, Image 4
College Station, Texas
Friday, April 14, 1961'
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,
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
By The Associated Press
* WACO—Baylor got two recruits
Thursday, one each in football and
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
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.
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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
The losing pitcher was Herrera,
who went eight frames before giv
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The next Fish games matches
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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.
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
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
Heading the 71 group was Sam
Snead, the defending champion and
seven-time GGO winner from
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.
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
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
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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
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
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]
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
In Dallas Meet
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%
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 :
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-
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Eddie Curtis of Baylor in the lip
jump, Jim Smith of Texas inth
javelin and Steve Swafford (>:
Oklahoma in the broad jump.
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A crowd of 8,000 is expertd
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