The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 17, 1962, Image 5

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The Saturday Evening POiOT APRIL 21 ISSUE/NOW ON SALE ABETH :ep? i ish taxd a year, h t of tier s )t the» inglish »ii dote |j throne os And wtiyl ncess Maq the peeraj ~\ PARDNER You’ll Always Win The Showdown When You Get Your Duds Done At CAMPUS CLEANERS H THE BATTALION Tuesday, April 17, 1962 College Station, Texas Page 5 AT DALLAS MEET Ag Thinclads Cop 3rd Place x p I 11 m. > f ; 1 ilf 'f Danny Roberts . . . spins discus 168-11 for career peak Ag Cowboys 1st At Wharton, In 2nd Place At Nacogdoches A&M’s Rodeo Team journied to two different college rodeos last weekend, copping first place at Wharton Junior College and sec ond at the Stephen F. Austin Ro deo at Nacogdoches. Brazos Varisco led the Ags in a sweeping victory at Wharton by winning two events and earning the All-Around Champion Cowboy title. The Aggie team won the rodeo by a 488% point to 281 mar gin over second-place Sam Hous ton State. In Nacogdoches, Sam Houston A Memo ffUMj... Mr. 4 /0 NS ft ike ro« announff hce vice. G;, “Life insurance is largely a matter of dollars and sense.” Albert W. Seiter Jr. 2601 Texas Ave. Bryan, Texas TA 2-0018 © Representing Jefferson Standard Llfl INSURANCE COMPANY Home OCk*. Cm ube« N.C took first and the Ags second. Aggie results at the Wharton Junior College outing were: In bareback brdne riding, Bob Ruda- sil first and Bubba Wingate split third and fourth. In the saddle bronc riding Win gate took first place. Varisco walked off with the steer wrestling by taking second in the first go-round, first in the second go-round and first in av erage. Lynn Turner was fourth in the second go-round. Varisco took his secopd first in the tie-down calf roping by win ning second in the second go-round and first in average. In the ribbon roping Turner was second in the first go-round, fourth in the second go-round and second in average. Varisco was second in the second go-round of that event and Richard Forgason took third in the first go-round. Outstanding Ag cowboys at Nacogdoches were Eddie Rosen- berger, Keith Kidwell, Turner and Wingate. II S CHARTER CLOTH THIS IS THE ANSWER TO A SUMMER DREAM. CRICKETEER’S EXCLUSIVE WEAVE OF DACRON POLYESTER AND WORSTED HAS BEEN MADE INTO THE FINEST MATERIAL FOR A SUMMER SPORTCOAT. . . . TISSUE WEIGHT AND LONG ON LOOKS. YOUR CHOICE OF SOLIDS AND PATTERNS. TAILORED BY FINE CRAFTSMEN IN THE TRADITNIOAL MANNER. SIZES 36-46 REGULAR AND LONG (SOME EXTRA LONG) FROM $39.95 C W S ^ Ivl SW TOWNSHIRE Danny Roberts and Thad Crooks copped three first places for the Aggie thinclads Saturday at the Dallas Invitational Track Meet, as A&M collected 43 points and third place in the 4-team clash. The Texas Longhorns took first in the meet, winning a close deci sion over Baylor, 49-47. SMU had a bad day at home, ending up fourth with 35. Roberts sailed the discus for the best of his career. He won the event with a 168-11 toss. The yet- to-be-defeated sophomore weight- man copped first in the shotput with a 55-6 mark. Crooks destroyed the meet rec ord in the 880-yard run, winning the event with a 1:51.4 mark. In this fast race, David DeBoer turned in a 1:52.8 to break Baylor’s rec ord for the 880 and only took third. Aggie Don Deaver tied his best mark for the season, 6-4, to cop second in the high jump. Baylor’s Eddie Curtis won the event with a 6-6 hop. Aggie James Daniels was in the 3-way tie for third with 6-2. The Ags’ other second place came in the 220-yard low hurdles as Tom Burns turned a 23.9 time. Longhorn Ray Cunningham took first in the event with 23.6. Cun ningham joined Roberts as the other man in the meet to take two first by also winning the 120-yard high hurdles with a 14.2. Aggie weightmen maintained their usual dominance in their specialties. Roberts won both his weight .events. Terry Robinson had a 154-6% throw for third and Charles Tiemann threw it 145- 6% for fourth. John Long hurled the javelin 209-7% for third. Longhorn Jim Houston won that event with a 213-2 toss. Tiemann also copped third in the shotput with 51-6%. + The Aggie relayers took third in the 440-yard team race with 42.1. Baylor won the race and Texas was second. Curtis Roberts equalled R. E. Merritt’s season mark in the 100- yar dash, a 9.9 time, to take fourth behind Baylor’s Bill Kemp and Glynn Fields and Texas’ Herbert Jones. In the 440-yard dash, won by SMU’s Jimmy Langham (47.G), George Tedford turned a 48.1 for third and Jerry Anderson was fourth with 48.5. Next time out for the Aggie thinclads is Thursday in a trian gular meet with Rice and SMU on Kyle Field. Beaumont Helps In Gym 2nd At Dallas Mike Beaumont, freshman engi neering student from Groves, led the A&M gymnasts to second place in the novice division of the South west A.A.U. Gymnastics Cham pionships held in Dallas Friday afternoon. Beaumont collected 14 of the Ags’ 27 points with his showing in the rope climb and the still rings competition. Kansas State University won the meet with 39 points. In the junior division, against more experienced gymnasts,, Beau mont placed second in the rope climb and earned a gold medal in the still rings. Saturday night in the senior division (open) he climbed the rope in 3.8 seconds, winning that event and placing fourth in the still rings. Gym coach Henry Walton said, “This is a satisfying climax to a full gymnastics season.” ANOTHER MAN WHO KNOWS ...CHOSE Berme Lemmons ’52 AS HIS FINANCIAL PLANNER Bernio Lemmons ’. r >2 Uury Lively ’62 Why do it yourself for more cost per tube? FLOYD’S RADIO & TV AND ELECTRIC CO. FLOYD GODWIN, Owner Ph. TA 3-5044 2913 Texas Ave. Bryan, Texas Across From Clayton’s Restaurant The mover is more of a girl scout than a girl watcher. IM1©©®K1 0§ a Watching at a beach or pool When watching at the,-beach or pool it is not necessary to keep moving. 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