The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 30, 1964, Image 6

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Page 6 THE BATTALION College Station, Texas Thursday, April 30, 1964 Shelby’s Crew Increases 2 Golfers Meet UT In Survival Fight The Aggie golf team will be seeking a big win over the Texas Longhorns Friday in Austin and its fifth straight Southwest Con ference championship. It will be a big task for the Cadets who need a 5-1 win in order to get a piece of the title with Texas Tech or a 5%-l% or shut out to take the crown outright. The Steers, who were in the lead until a 4-2 jolt by TCU Tuesday, 22-13 Vk, one half point ahead of the Aggies who are at 22-14. Texas Tech, 27-15, finished its season Monday and stands a good chance of winning the conference if the Ags and ’Horns split. The Forty Acres golfers, sport ing one of their strongest teams in recent years, have on their line up Bill Munn, 1962 Border Olym pics champion; Pat Thompson, 1963 semifinalist in the NCAA; Randy Geisleman, 1963 NCAA quarter- finalist; and Eugene Mitchell, owner of the Houston Golf Assn, scholarship. The Aggies, who were claimed to have been counted out of the con ference race with the loss of Ralph Johnson and David Holcomb, have lost only 2% points on the home course all season. But the Cadets’ schedule called for most of the tough ones to be played on the road against Tech, Baylor and Texas. A&M’s foursome of Mike Hig gins, Jeff Andrick, Jay Ferguson and Doug Dyer will leave for Austin Thursday morning in order to get in a practice round at the Austin Municipal Golf Course. Coach Shelby Metcalf’s basket ball family increased by two re cently—this time from the junior college set—when Southwest Con ference championship cage coach and recruiter landed Eddie Domin guez of Lon Morris and Wiley Jenkins of Kilgore. Jenkins, who hails from Cayuga, was captain of the Ranger quintet this past season and was elected the most valuable player on the squad by his teammates. Scouting reports stae that the 6-foot-2 recruit is strong on de fense and a good shooter and re- bounder. 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