The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 10, 1962, Image 6

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

Pape f> College Station, Texas Tuesday, April 10, 1902 TRE BATTALION Sprint Medley Relayers Stay Unbeaten After Texas Relays By LARRY SMITH Battalion Sports .Editor A&M’s Aggie track team scored only oue first at the Texas Relays in Austin Friday and Saturday, but that one victory was a big one. Coach Charlie Thomas’ sprint medley relay team composed of Jerry Anderson, Ed Williams, Geor ge Tedford and Thad Crooks took that race with a great time of 3:21.4 to. I’emain unbeaten. With the victory the Aggies beat the team who had the top time in the nation in the sprint medley i’e- lay — Oklahoma State. The Cow boys finished second to the Ag gies, only one-tenth of a second behind the kicking Crooks. Anderson started off the 220- 220-440-880 race with a 22.'2 220- yard dash. He handed off to Williams who contributed a fine MEN WHO KNOW CHOOSE Bernie Lemmons ’52 AS THEIR FINANCIAL PLANNER Bernie Cemmonn *52 (•ail McDaniel '62 21.0 220. As Williams was hand ing off to Tedford, there was a foul-up in the steps and Williams had to dive for Tedford. Williams made the handoff successfully but he tore up the cinder track and also his arm in the process. After this almost catatrophe, Tedford turned in a starring 47.1 quarter, his best of his career. Crooks took the baton with a slight lead and held off his op ponents with a 1:50.0 half-mile. This relay produced some top times and if they had been run from the blocks, the quarter by Tedford and the half by Crooks would have been an A&M school record. ✓ “I’m really proud of the hoys and their performances at the Tex as Relays,” admitted the appreci ative Thomas. Everyone all did well; I just wish the sprint med ley was an event in the Southwest Conference meet.” Danny Roberts suffered his first y A'\ ,.y • . r# ..:-N mm A departure in fashion... GENUINE C,_J^a^ny^e€ic/z' i TAILORED BY COMPANY IN THE SMARTEST NEW SPRING JSUMMER COLOR TONES A new blend of Dacron® Polyester/ Cotton gives a TilSu ijeuc/l* Tropi cal suit wrinkle-free performance, wearing after wearing. Cool, comfort able, correct a] ways, Tleoc/l Tropical is tailored to fit perfectly— whatever your size or shape. Wash ’n wear (or dry clean if you wish). Come in for a try-on soon. In the authentic natural shoulder model. Only $39.95 CONWAY & COi 103 N. Main Bryan loss in the shot put this spring as the competition was the stiffest of the season. He put the shot 55-4% for third and threw the dis cus 1G1-7 which was also good for third place. The only other Aggie to place in university division was on Dea- ver, A&M’s top high jumper. He tied for fifth with a leap of 6-2. A&M’s fine Fish track team made a respectable showing even though they failed to win a first olace. The top performance was by Louis Poland who placed see- md in the pole vault with a jump if 14-0 , / 4. This leap broke the /arsity and freshman A&M school record which had been set at ‘4-0 by Jack Simpson in 1951 and ied in 1953 by Malcolm Marks. The fabulous sprinter from An- Irews, Ted Nelson, put on quite i show when he anchored the mile elay and turned in amazing 46.2 40. He made up many yards, but 'ad to settle for third place with he time of 3:15.7 which set a i-eshman mile relay record. Nelson lost a duel to Billy Fost- r of SMU in the 100-yard dash. Telson hal beaten Foster earlier his year, but the Mustangs was •locked in 9.8 while Nelson had a ).9. Ag Keglers Face Important Tourney l?alph, Alcorn, Fuqua Tops In Fencing Tourney Bryan Ralph, Butch Alcorn and Floyd Fuqua have become the in dividual first- place winners in the first open intramural fencing tournament in A&M’s history. Ralph copped first place in the foil competition last Thursday. The speedy little righthander also fought his way into fourth place in last night’s finals in sabre fencing. Late Friday night, Alcorn had won four of his five final bouts in the epee, or dueling weapon, to be come the school champion with that weapon. By JIM BUTLER Battalion Sports Writer The most important weekend of the year comes up this Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the A&M match bowling teams as the first team bowls in the 12 Annual A&M Intercollegiate Bowling Tourna ment at the Memorial Student Center Lanes and the second team goes to Colorado Springs, Colo., for the National Intercollegiate Bowling Association team cham pionship. Largest Bowling Tournament The A&M 12th Annual, the larg est collegiate bowling tournament in the country, already has 16 teams from 14 schools and three states entered with the possibility of several more before starting time 2 p.m. Friday. The schools entered are: Bay lor (2); Tarkio College, Tarkio, Mo.; Louisiana. State University; Del Mar Junior College; Trinity of San Antonio (2);. St. Mary’s of San Antonio; Texas Christian University; Biinn Junior College;- Tyler Junior College; Northeast Louisiana State, Monroe, Lu.; Rice; St. Thomas of Houston; San Antonio College; Lamar Tech and A&M. The tournament begins at 2 Fri day afternoon with the team event. The doubles and singles will be bowled Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning with the presenta tion of awards scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon. Presentation Of Trophies Presenting the trophies will be Milt Molhusen, nationally known bowler who is a member of the | Fort Worth Panthers of the Na tional Bowling League. Molhusen £j! has just completed 10 weeks of bowling on Make That Spare, a nationally televised bowling show. Bowling for the Aggies will be John Tinney, senior from Long view, averaging 186; Chuck Haynes, senior from Tyler, aver aging 183; Rich Hansen, sopho more from Long Island, N.Y., car rying a 182 average; Tony Ser- vello, Anaco, Venezuela, 180 av erage; and Bob Korose, Houston Bellaire, averaging 180. Ags Are Top Team This team is currently in first place in the Texas Intercollegiate Bowling Conference with 60 wins and 24 losses after winning 10 of 12 games in San Antonio last weekend. Texas is in second place with a 57-27 record. The other schools in the league ,are TCU, San Antonio College, Arlington State, and Sam Houston State. While the Aggie first team, which finished second to Texas in lust year’s tournament, is shooting for the championship, the Aggie second team will be in Colorado Springs, bowling for the National Intercollegiate Team Champion ship at the LT.S. Air Force Acad emy’. Second Team Won GCCC The second team won this right by winning the Gulf Const Col legiate Conference consisting of Blinn, University of Houston, St. Thomas University and A&M. THE WENNINGER APPROACH!} MENTAL ILLNESS: NO PATlEfti; A patient at the MenningerHo; had teen hate-ridden for yean the doctors let her work ofll anger by hitting golf balls. H worked! In this week's Postja learn why the Wenningers feel patient is hopeless. And you’}5 case histories from their files, The Saturday Eiui APRIL M ISSUE NOW 0KSH, FOR NEW and FURNIT J SEE F&M FURNITURE W. 22nd & Sims . TA 2-3513 "Tareyton's Dual Filler in duas paries divisa eslT' says Virgilius {Vinegar Virgil) Cassius, noble Praetorian guardsman, as he prepares for another glorious parade. “Don’t run around in Circus looking for a good smoke,” says Vinegar Virgil. “Tareyton’s one filter cigarette that really delivers de gustibus. Be one of the cohorts and carpe diem with Tareyton.” ACTIVATED CHARCOAL INNER FILTER PUKE WHITE OUTER HLTER % DUAL FILTER Tareyton Product of —* c^o^ujcco- is our middle name © 4. r. co.