The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 09, 1961, Image 5

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2 con. ecially 'ompo. i over. P, the niein. THE hesday, May 9, 1961 BATTALION College Station, Texas Page 5 FisSi Down. Cubs I For Tenth Win that a wn on they’ll Despite hits, runs and errors jade by both teams, the Fish . | jseballers came out on top of the WyT ! lylor Cubs for the second time ’ j iis season, 9-*2. The Frosh whip- ed the Cubs 17-0 in the second ame of the season. Six Baylor pitchers were re- ponsible for four runs which came a six walks and the Fish col- Kted five unearned runs on seven istly errors made in the field. The Cadets made their share of rors but neither Johnny Crain, inning pitcher for the Fish, nor jel Rochelle were responsible for le two Cub scores. a con- ielphia A&M- aerican >w at of the subject le Sili- , ” dorado >m the vith a oid re* le Uni* >22. as em* Lamp in 1922 Quartz d vafi- jsearch evelbp- lultant. y been chem- special :er has aerican ig as lia sec- c many be an speaker il Stu- id Mrs. s. Ray- pocial 5* D dealers. 110U furniture re. Must 108tfn as. t, maild Ofli« d Floor -5, dal!> iton jreeedlnl Publlw neement i for tie are re tire dof - ire to w ater tbs' 1 s will b* . of tbe D. hoods ion since d on tb< grea *''1 lian etu- e Bacbf id 8 for tbe appropr.- mel W te or un- an only- y be ar- >, Orde^ Monday* May 2°: capani a-n H* 5 ; *od rental gO^' rrnan ‘‘“wGttf After striking .out six and walk- ig four in the seven innings, Irain gave up the mound to Ko- helle but not before the Baptists ad racked up four hits. Baylor was the first to score the game when Bobby Bragan, nwith a double, crossed the plate Fish John Gabbert’s error in ight field. Arthur Uresti, Aggie catcher, as the big man at the plate in le seventh inning when he blasted home run over the fence to bring Shortstop Dave Johnston and at the Freshmen in the lead. Roger Crouch scored on a pop Mo left field by. Johnson in the ith and this started it off for le Fish. Baylor pitcher, Pete hort, was responsible for three fe, a walk, a sacrifice and the Iree runs given to the Frosh in Is same inning. Hancock, Jerry Gunter and lie Hall accounted for the final ne, 9c Ql' 9....29C i Fi three Fish runs in the eig'hth.*Han- eock and Gunter’s runs resulted from errors by the Baylor catcher and second baseman, respectively. Hall tallied when Ronnie Car penter smashed a line drive into center field. This ended the scor ing for the Fish. SPORTS SECTION Cadets Go After Longhorns AUSTIN CP)—Two arch-rivals in southwest sports, Texas and A&M, start a three-game basebal series here today with the Long horns eyeing the conference crown. At 3 p.m., the first game will be played at Clark Field and on Friday and Saturday the scene shifts to College Station. Last week the Aggies helped the Texas team retain first place by beating second-place Baylor, 15-13. The Longhorns and the Cadets battled to a 6-6 tie in their conference openers on Mar. 17. Pitching assignments are indef inite but Coach Bibb Falk prob ably will go with Tom Belcher or David Burleson. His other top right hand, Bob Callaway, went the distance Friday when Texas beat TCU, 5-3. The starting nod from Aggie Coach Tom Chandler probably will go to Ed Singley. Manager Bob Scheffing Says He Isn’t Worried About Tigers By The Associated Press Twenty-two games in the next 20 days will give the high-flying Detroit Tigers an opportunity to prove they belong in first place, and Manager Bob Scheffing says he is not worried about his young club. Of the 22 games, 18 will be played on the road. The Tigers, leading the American League by 2V2 games, will visit six cities on their longest road trip of the sea- The boys are playing the same brand of baseball on the road as they are at home,” said Scheffing as the Tigers enjoyed a day off after winning six out of seven on a week’s road trip. “They’re play ing* consistently sound baseball in every respect.” The manager still is avoiding any predictions about his club, but he does say he thinks the Tigers can avoid the collapse that has ruined other Detroit club. fine starts by the ifteen All - Staters Included 11 All - Star Football Game By The Associated Press Fifteen all-staters are included .long the 56 schoolboy stars who appear in the annual all-star ■ * • . *!.■ ; j ' 0. 1 ,'v ■ football game of the Texas Coach ing School at San Antonio in Aug ust. The South, which hasn’t won a yy.,v.- • A * $ * > | :: |II * i pvi ... , M ' llfcl* - . FT ' Mr- mmm Two approaches to the “man's deodorant" problem Ifa msn. dcesn’t mind shaving under his arms, he will probably find a woman's roll-on satisfactory. Most men, however, find it simplerand surer to use Mennen Spray Deodorant. Mennen Spray was made to get through to the skin, where perspiration starts, And made to work ail day. More men use Mennen Spray than any other deodorant. How about you? 64^ and $1.00 plus tax game in eight years, will have the bulge in all-staters with nine. They include Ernie Koy, Bellville’s mighty runner; Budgie Ford, Tay lor’s versatile back, a'nd a coupk of fine quarterbacks Reynolds of Galveston and Timmy Doerr of Cleburne. Tackle Norman Evans of Donna, ends Russel Wayt of White Oak and Stanley McDonald of Katy, center Vernon McManus of Bay- town and guard C. C. Willis of Bay City round out the South’s all-state contingent. Six all-staters are on the North squad, only one of whom is a back, however. He is Donnie Anderson of Stinnett. Tackles Bill Gravitt of Denver City, Billy Belew of Sweetwater and Tommy Willie of Albany, end Lawrence Elkins of Brownwood and guard Edwin Thomas of Hereford are the other all-state selections making the squad. Pete Ragus, coach of State Class AAAA champion Corpus Christi Miller, will coach the South squad. Joe Golding, whose Wichita Falls team was a finalist, will tutor the North. Ags Split Pair With Baylor After coming out on the short end of the first game on Friday afternoon, 5-4, the Aggie baseball- ers blasted it out wi h the Baylor Bears Saturday in Waco to win 15-13, thus splitting a pair with the Bears and dimming their chances for the SWC crown. During the season’s play, the A&M (4) J. Singley, ss .Hickerson, lb Barber, If Hail, rf Cobb, 2b Davis, cf Burton, 3b a Hopkins Puckett, c Warren, p E. Singley, p Totals Baylor (5)^ Uhlaender, e Murdock, rf Funk, 2b ..Puentes, cf Stone, if Willis, lb Goodwin, 3b Terry, ss Pettigrew, p Lee, p Barnett, p FRIDAY AB 5 0 3 0 2 37 AB d 3 2 3 4 4 2 0 0 2 . 1 0 2 0 0 12 H 0 RBI 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 RBI Totals 26 5 6 Struck out for Warren in ninth. ... 001 000 003 -4 12 A&M Baylor P-A—A&M 000 210 02x—5 24-11, Baylor 27-10. 0 5 0 2B— Mickerson, Barnett. 3B J. Singley. HR Puentes. S E. Singley, Barnett. SF—Uhlaender. LOB A&M 8, Baylor 5. DP—Singley, Cobb, Hickerson. Baylor 5. DP—Singley, Cobb, Hickerson ; arber. Burton. WP B; larnett 2. HBP Baroer, Burton. Funk (by Singley), Fuentes (by Singley) Pitchers’ Record IP H R ER BB SO Singley (L) 7 1/3 5 5 5 3 7 Warren 2/3 0 0 0 1 2 Barnett (W) 8 1/3 12 4 4 1 3 Pettigrew 1/3*0 0 0 0 1 Lee 1/3000 , 0 1 SATURDAY AB, R 1 II RBI A&M (15) J. Singley, s Hickerson, lb Barber, If Hall, rf Cobb, 2 b Davis, cf Hudson, 3b Puckett, c Collins, p Warren, p Costlow, p Spence, p Totals Baylor (13) Uhlaender, c Murdock, rf Funk, 2b Fuentes, cf Stone, If Willis, lb Goodwin, 3b Terry, ss Ward, p Fisher, p a—Young Pettigrew, p Erwin, p b—Fox Daniel, p | |j ■ mjk*t 2 it 41 1§ AB R 5- ■ •> 2 0 0 15 H 0 1 2 0 1 4 0 0 0 3 !. Aggies have defeated the Bears two out of three times. They uowned them on Kyle Field earlier this spring, 7-6. The Cadets now have a 5-6 rec ord in SWC competition and the Bears stand at 7-3. Ed Singley started on the mound for the Aggies in the first game and pitched a masterful gaijie even though he was the losing^ pitcher. He gave up only five hits in the 7 Vs innings he pitched and of these hits, only two were solid bingles. The Aggie out-hit the Bears 12-5, but they left eight men on base while Baylor left only 5. Leading batters for the Aggies were: Dick Hickefson with three, including a double; Byron Barber with two; Ray Hall with two; Bill Puckett with a couple; and Jack Singley’s triple which drove in t\yo runs. The winning pitcher for Baylor was Bobby Barnett, who now has a 6-0 record. A rally in the ninth inning pro duced three runs for the Cadets, but they were still one run shy of knotting u'p the contest. In the second game on Satur day, the Aggies jumped on Bay lor’s Jack Ward for two runs in the first frame and three more in the third before he retired for a relief pitcher in the third. The Aggie muscle men really showed their stuff as they account ed for eight extra base hits, Stuf fy Davis, star centerfielder and winning pitcher Jerry Warren led the assauiu as each smashecj a double arid a homer. Davis drove in four runs while Warren knocked in three. Baylor used free pitchers in the slug-fest while the Cadets used four. The game lasted four hours and saw the Cadets collect 15 hits te ll for the Bears. RBI r. i . 1 T . 4. 0 '0 • in 5th ; b—Lined t 032 130 15 15 4 Totals a—Fanned for Fisher A&M 204 Baylor f. 003 310 402 13 11 5 into double play for Erwin in 8th. E Terry 2 ; Uhlaender, Cobb, Petti grew, 2 ; J. Singley 2 ; Hudson. PO-A— A&M 27-12 ; Baylor 27-12. 2B—Davis, Cobb, Warren, Hall. 3B~ Hickerson. HR , j—Funk, Barber,. Warren, Davis. SB- - Walter Me- j Davis, Hudson. S Cobb. SF-—Cobb. LOB—A&M 10, Baylor 12. DP J. Si ,1 lor 13. or j. »mg- ley unassisted. PB—Uhlaender '2. WP— Warren. HBP—Funk, Fuentes, Stone (by Collins), Singley (by Erwin). Intramurals Intramural action was limited tq class B tennis yesterday as only four matches took place. The White Band racked up the most impressive victory with their 3-0 triumph over Co. G-2. i Co. G-3 took a win from .Gu*. H-2 while Co. D-l outlasted Cd v A-l. The scores in both these matches were 2-1. 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