The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 10, 1962, Image 5

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.., Ti r a $1 on# BRAKE and FRONT END SERVICE iiiill 1 ANY , AMERICAN MADE CAR replacement part* if needed and torsion bar adjustment not included Just say "Charge it" . . . buy on easy terms SPORTS TA 2-0139 FREE PARKING TA 2-0130 College Ave. At 33rd Kegler Banquet Climaxes Year A&M ended its bowling season with the annual banquet at the Triangle Restaurant Tuesday night. Trophies and letters were pre sented and officers for next year were elected. Jimmie Guy, junior electrical en gineering major from Snyder took over as chairman. John Tinney, senior from Longview was elected vice-chairman; Jerry Cowley, sen ior from Marshall was chosen trea surer; and Larry Davis, senior, was made secretary. Trophies were presented to the winning teams in the three MSC leagues. The “Guy’s”, comprised of Jim mie Guy (captain), Chuck Haynes, John Yonkers, and Tommy Wool- ridge took first place honors in the Aggie All-Star League with 57 wins and 39 losses. High team series went to the “Pro’s” captained by Jim Butler with Marvin H. “Pro” Butler, Rich Hansen, and Olin Dart as they shot 2314. The “Pro’s” also had high team game of 849 and high team average with 703. High individual average went to Tinney with a 184. High individual game of 255 was shot by Bill Ga- vitt and Jim Butler won high in dividual series with 636. Gavitt was the most improved bowler raising his average from 145 to 161. The, A&Mjmatch team closed out its season last Saturday in Dallas as they won 11 out of 12 games to clinch their fifth straight Texas Intercollegiate Bowling Confer ence championship. The Cadets beat out the second place Texas Longhorns by nine games. A&M was 71-25 while Tex as was 62-34. Other schools in the league were Sam Houston State, Arlington State College, San Antonio Col lege, and Texas Christian Univer sity. Ten Aggies keglers were awarcU- ed letters, four for the first time and six were repeaters. Winning their first letter were George Calloway, Olin Dart, But ton Webb, and Rich Hansen. CHE BATTALION Thursday, May 10, 1962 College Station Tex^S Page 5 . Steers Tigiiien SWC Race COLLEGE MASTER VI 6-4988 Coach Tom Chandler’s varsity baseballers met a disappointing downfall Wednesday in the first game of the crucial series that will decide the SWC championship. The Texas squad, behind the consistant pitching of Tom Belcher, squeez ed a 4-3 victory out of an eight inn ing run. The Ags and Longhorns battled through three innings after the fifth in a 3-3 tie. In the bottom of the eighth, Texas catcher Gary London hit a line shot over third with one away. He made a two- base hit out of it with a perfect hook slide into second. Shortstop Bill Bethea came up after Belcher- had grounded out and punched a left field line drive double that scored London and spelled dismay for A&M. Now neck-and-neck in the confer ence race, the Ags and Texas meet today in a contest that the Farm ers must win. If they do, they will be co-champs in the SWC this year, and, by virture of beating Texas two-out-of-three, will repre sent the conference at the NCAA playoffs. If the Ags win, Texas must playoff a rained out contest with SMU to see if they can even be co-champs. Chuck McGuire pitched seven and a half innings for the Aggies but ended up receiving his second conference loss. McGuire is now 3-2 in the SWC and 5-2 for the sea son. He relieved Ed Singley in the bottom of the second with three men on, one out, and one ball on the batter. He struck him out and retired the side. The Longhorns took an early lead on a base on balls for Bel- TEXAS Bethea ss Rigby 2b Kasper 3b Skinner cf Kmjtson If Brazelton lb Pinckney rf London c Belcher p TOTALS BOX SCORE AB R 5 0 3 0 4 1 3 1 2 1 2 27 A&M Grochett 2b 3 1 Hancock 3b 31 Stark lb 31 McAdams rf 4 0 Crouch if 3 0 Johnson ss 4 0 Hall cf 4 0 Puckett c 4 0 Singley p 0 0 McGuire p 3 0 a-Burton 1 0 TOTALS 32 3 a-Fanner for McGuire A&M 000 120 000- TEXAS 010 020 01X- cher that pushed Chuck Knutson across. They led by one run until the fourth when Frank Stark was scored by a single off the bat of Ray Hall for the Ags. Robert McAdams had been on second and was put out as he tried to come home on that play. Sqd. 8 Tops Corps In Class A Softball In the fifth, Bill Puckett led off with a single for A&M, McGuire popped up to Belcher and Bill Grochett hit a grounded that forc ed Puckett at second and put him on first on the fielder’s choice. Then Bill Hancock clobbered a shot over the right field fence that put Grochett and himself across. A&M’s 3-1 lead was short-lived, however, for in the bottom of the fifth, Longhorn Ed Casper led off with a single and then was scored by a double from center fielder David Skinner. Skinner alvanced to third on an error. Knutson then lined out to Roger Crouch in left. On a sacrifice fly to right field, Skinner scored. (McAdams made the finest catch of the game on this ball, hit by John Pinckney, grabbing the long fly between cen ter and right and then colliding with Hall.) Defeating Sqd. 6 in upperclass man softball Wednesday night, 3-2, Sqd. 8 became this year’s Corps champs. Leading off, Sqd. 6 put two men on in the first inning, but fail ed to score. At bat Sqd. 8’s first man laid down a bunt to get on first. Two consective srtike outs and then a pop out to shortshtop retired the side. In the top of the second with men on second and third, Sqd. 6 poped a hit into centerfield to score the first run of the game and take the lead. At bat in the bottom of second, Sqd. 8 made only one hit, a fly to rightfield. Sqd. 6 retired the side with two consecutive outs at first. Increasing their lead in the top of fifth with several good hits to the outfield, Sqd. 6 now led by two runs. Coming to bat, Sqd. 8 beat ing out a hit to shortstop then stealing third, had a man within scoring distance. On a sacrifice to second, the runner at third scored. A pop out to the pitcher retired the side and ended the inning. Downing Sqd. 6 to no runs in the PUORtCULTURe DEPARTMENT FLORAL II - r /*■>; ' T \ ‘I f' iy < '• J : #n ^ I : illlll "TMIS WEEKEND?WHV DIDN'T SOMEBODY TELL ME MOTHER* VAY WAS THIS WEEKEND? 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