The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 06, 1968, Image 5

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It’s said It 0. widely in bind, ulition, butow e is “Bob Cros. ipion Cowboy,' ly in blue dec. energetic Whitt a stock broker tain close tab narket. ig in books is phasized, “arc ut into publisl some materii dent is not ii V THE BATTALION Tuesday, February 6, 1968 College Station, Texas Page 5 Bradley Rates As New Glamour Boy Bashful Bill Is Fine Shotmaker And Knicks Must Adjust To It ii! “ROUGH”SHOT Arnold Palmer lashes an iron shot from heavy rough to the 15th green at Bermuda Dunes during his sudden-death playoff with Deane Beman in the Bob Hope Desert Golf Classic in Palm Springs, Calif. Palmer tied Beman on this hole and then took the championship on the 16th. (AP Wirephoto) By FRANK ECK AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor New York is a city bursting at the seams with six teams in four professional sports, of major league status. Each team usually winds up on the wrong side in the won-lost columns. Yet each draws crowds and each has its own glamour boy. The Yankees have Mickey Mantle, the Mets own one of the great young pitchers in Tom Seaver, the Jets have Joe Namath and his long sideburns, the Giants scramble with Fran Tarkenton, Ranger fans display Rod Gilbert banners and the Knickerbockers have Bill Bradley. BRADLEY, who signed a four- year contract for $500,000, is the newest member of the glamour club. He is expected someday to lead the New York Knickerbock ers out of the National Basketball Association wilderness. Bradley does two things beauti fully. He is a stylish dribbler with either hand and has one of the most graceful right-handed push shots the big roundball game has ever known. Bill Bradley is not much on rebounds or for working Consol Tops Huntsville From Battalion News Service Bounding back from their first district loss of the year, the A&M Consolidated Tigers took all their fury out on the Huntsville Hor nets Friday night. Huntsville just happened to be on the Tigers’ schedule at the wrong time and paid for it to the tune of 66-28. Consolidated had slipped into a first place tie with Conroe Tues day when they were edged in Conroe by one point. The Hunts ville win kept the Tigers in the deadlock with a 7-1 district slate and upped their season mark to 26-2. BARRING THE unlikely pos sibility of an upset, Consolidated and Conroe seem to be headed for a playoff after the regular sea son to determine the district’s champion and its representative in the AAA state playoffs. The Tigers came out on top by 10 points the first time they played Conroe when they clashed at Consolidated. It was just a case of being out classed for the Huntsville team in Friday’s game as Consolidated got out in front early and then pulled away. CONSOLIDATED went from a ,7-6 lead early in the initial period to 18-9 by the close of the quarter. A 23-point outburst in the sec ond quarter by the Tiger’s put the game out of reach as they went to the halftime dressing room with a comfortable 41-14 cushion. Consolidated pushed their lead to over 30 points in the third quarter as they went into the final eight minutes with a 50-20 advantage and then coasted in. JAN DOZIER and Ennis Wat son once again took high point honors for the Tigers with strong backing coming from Howard Ter rell. Dozier finished with 19 points while Watson had 14 and Terrell contributed 13. Huntsville hit on only eight of 45 shots from the field for a horrid 17.7 per cent while Con solidated connected on 28 of 54 for a 51.8 mark. Even the 51 mark is below average for the Tigers who are hitting better than 55 per cent from the floor in their district contests. With every game now a must, Consolidated travels to Houston tonight to take on the Furr Brah mas who could prove to be a tough obstacle. Cal. AD Reports No Discrimination under the basket for layup goals. That’s why the Knicks play him behind the foul lines. Another reason for this is the fact that Bill Bradley came right out of the Army in an effort to help the sagging Knicks. He works out on his own and does a lot of running because running and getting the ball toward the basket within 24 seconds is the name of the game the pros play. WATCHING THE champion Philadelphia 76ers isn’t the most advantageous time to see Brad ley and the Knicks in action be cause the 76ers have beaten the Madison Square Garden ball handlers 13 out of 14 times in the last two years. The 76ers also bring along Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain who seems taller than his 7-1, wears a beard, a mustache and a pair of knee guards around his shins for protection against the mean little men who kick him as they jump for the ball he’s usually holding. THE FANS want him to take more shots and that’s just what new coach Red Holzman, who used to coach the Hawks in Mil waukee and then St. Louis, wants Bradley to do. “He can be a big help in hitting our free man because he’s an ex cellent passer,” says Holzman. “And he’ll be taking more shots because he’s a great shooter.” In his first 10 games Bradley scored 117 points which is pretty good for a former Ivy Leaguer who made All-America at Prince ton and went to England for two years as a Rhodes Scholar. While there he played some basketball with a team representing Milan, Italy It wasn’t the kind of basketball played in this country and the NBA is somewhat rougher than the Ivy League. It may take Bill Bradley an entire season to adjust to the pro style of play but when he does the Knicker bockers had better adjust to Bradley. With Chamberlain goal tend ing, the Knicks played as if ob livious to Bradley standing free outside the foul line. They will have to pass more often to him to capitalize on his shooting ability. In the pros a free man seldom yells for the ball as they do in college. Anyway, Bill Bradley, a bashful person who seldom shows emotion, was never a holler guy. He is more of a silent leader, even as a rookie of 24. At 6-5 he is at somewhat of a disadvantage against the pro giants. But he has that great one-handed shot that sends the ball directly through the rim more often than not. More passes to Bradley could mean more points, more victories and possibly show up in bigger salaries for all of his playmates. A STAR EVERYWHERE: No matter where Bill Bradley has played he has been basketball’s big name. In three years on Princeton's varsity he was the Ivy League star with 2,503 points. As a junior he starred for the U.S. team in Tokyo in the 1964 Olympics and while studying at Oxford he was the big man for Simmenthal of Milan. Now he’s making the grade as a pro with the New York Knickerbockers. Below are four stages of his exciting career. Scoring for Knicks Debut as a Pro — BATTALION CLASSIFIED Political filorelco •Continental'175’ Compact Cassette Portable Tape Recorder BERKELEY, Calif. <7P> — Charges that the University of California Athletic Department discriminated against Negro ath letes were unfounded, Athletic Director Pete Newell said Mon day. A&M Announces Four More Oral Grid Commitments Four more oral commitments of schoolboy football prospects were announced Monday by Texas A&M. They are Steve Luebbenhusen, 195-pound fullback - linebacker from Fort Worth Eastern Hills; Joey Kerr, 185-pound quarter back from Eastern Hills; Bill Martin, kicking specialist from Conroe, and Gene Lowery, Elk hart halfback. Luebbenhusen was all-state and Kerr all-district last seasom Martin kicked 24 of 25 extra points, booted field goals of 35, 39, 42 and 43 yards and averaged 40 yards punting. Lowery averaged 7.2 yards per carry and gained 644 yards pass receiving. Newell said he found “no will ful discrimination” by his staff in dealings with Negro athletes. Two weeks ago about half of the 40 Negroes on athletic schol arships at Berkeley threatened to boycott all sports unless basket ball coach Rene Herrerias, two assistant football coaches and the athletic business manager were fired. There was no comment Mon day from the athletes. The controversy began when Herrerias suspended Negro bas ketball player Bob Presley for violation of team rules. Presley was quickly reinstated and white athletes on the team charged that the school adminis tration had brought pressure on Herrerias. Negro athletes produced a list of grievances, among them the charge of discrimination. Newell said the other grievances are under consideration. Tuxedo Rental at 3titt Stumer. ^ ^ mcnfc mcar Announcements Subject to action of the Dem ocratic Primary May 4, 1968. For Congressman, Sixth Con gressional District: OLIN E. TEAGUE (Re-Election) WANT AD RATES <Jn« day 3<t per word each addition Minimum cha 50<( day i<f per word ional ds im cnarge— Classified Display 90tf per column inch each insertion DEADLINE 4 p.m. day before publication FOR SALE 196(i Maroon El Camino with r-h, ac., 39.000 miles, $1715, 846-4880. i, ac., 520t4 1955 Ford, V-8, air conditioned, radio and heater, white wall tires, excellent condition, S225, 846-4501. 529tfn 1958 Pontiac LeMans, 4-cylinder, radio, air conditionin cently. 846-48 ing, 803. er, over hauled re- 529t2 2 Roping Saddles. Call 822-3980 after 5. GUITAR AMPLIFIER “Heath” 60 Watts all transistor, Hammond re-verb, tremelo, 4 12" Jensen speakers, ANSEL 823-5979. 52913 1961 Chevrolet Impala. Four door, six cylinder, stick shift, new tires, radio, heater. Clean. S550 cash. Phone 822-4972. 528tf n 1965 Ford Mustang. Radio, heater, conditioned, V-8 standard shift. P 826-3700. £ air- hone 527t8 Party records, Golf-Game, Bud Fletcher albums, Ken Idaho albums, Play-boy maga zines, all kinds Texas Aggie Champion stickers—many other novelty and gag items—Aggie Den, North Gate (next to en days 525tfn HELP WANTED Medical Assistant for doctor’s office. Some nursing experience required. Must furnish references and give resume of ex perience and educational and personal background. Write P. O. Box 608, Bi Texas. Iryan, 529t8 RN for schools infiri apartment, meals and rmary. utilities Furnished 823-0066. 528t3 Student with some morning hou irs free part-time work six days a week. Call lee Mrs. Norton. East Gate Lounge. 528t2 for or see 846-9929. Wanted, two registered nu pervisor on 3 to 11 shift at Madison County Hospital, Madisonville, Texas. Excellent Salary. Call collect, DI 8-2631, Miss Gloria Rice or Mr. E. G. Clark. CHILD CARE HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILDREN CEN TER, 3400 South College, State Licensed. 323-8626, Virginia D. Jones, R. N. 99tfn WANTED Will pay cash for single or multi cylin- k ignith or just pa: Oaks Arlington, Texas 76010. der spar New or 708 Coll or multi cylii ignition model airplane engines, sed or just parts. Charles Burk, FOR RENT Furnished Boyett, $65. i for male studer 1 room apartment. Also small fu 403-A urnished house its, needs repair, 300 Holick, S50. Call 846-5444. 529tl able One bedroom for graduate student avail- Reasonable. 823-3576. 528tfn Garage apartment recently redecorated throughout. Air-conditioned, T.V. cable. No pets, no children ; couple only. 700 E. 32nd, Bryan. 822-1245. 528tfn Furnished bedroom, private entrance and private bath near university. Call 846-2374. Apartment available Feb. 1. utilities. Contact Judge W. C. S75 plus Davis, 527tfn Apartment for couple. Bedroom, living room, dining room, and kitchen. Furnished id. S65 per month. 525t8 om, id g Call rung and 3-5416 from 8 pan - 5. STATE MOTEL, rooms and kitchen, day and weekly rate, near the University, 846- *410. 262tfn OFFICIAL NOTICE Official notices must arrive in the Office of Student Publications before deadline of 1 p. m. of the day preceding publication. THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Final Examination for the Doctoral Degree Name: Knibbe, Williem Gerrard Johan Ph.D. in Soil Chemisl Postassium-Calcium Equili- etic " ” '' 1 Degree: Ph.D. in Soil Chemistry Dissertation : Postassium-Calciun bria in Clay Fractions of some Vertisols. jesday, Fe Time: Tuesd jme 196 2 :00 bruary 6, Sciences Building 3, Fla Wayne C. Hall Dean of Graduate Studies THE BRYAN ARMS APARTMENTS “Congenial Living” Separate Adult & Family Areas “Children Welcome’’ Model Apts. Open For Inspection From $120 - All Utilities Paid 1602 S. College Avenue Resident Manager - Apt. 55 Phone 823-4250 Make Your Deposit Now )en, Loupot’s) open 8 a. m. till ? sev a week—come see us 1 4,000 used golf balls 5c, 10c, 30c. Aggie- land Recreation Center. Redmond Terrace WORK WANTED Call after 5:00 p. m. 846-5424. 529t3 Typing. 846-3290. For all your insurance needs See U. M. Alexander, Jr. ’40 221 S. Main, Bryan 823-3616 State Farm Insurance Companies - Home Officw Bloomington, 111, UNIVERSITY SHOE REPAIR North Gate Welcome to The New and Old Aggies! Welcome Back Aggies! HANDYBURGER North Gate (Next to Campus Theatre) ATTENTION MAY GRADUATES! Deadline for Ordering Gradua tion Invitations Feb. 29. Order taken from 9-12, 1-4, Mon. - Fri. at the Cashier’s Win dow-Memorial Student Center. • Watch Repair • Jewelry Repair • Diamond Senior Rings • Senior Rings Refinished C. W. Varner & Sons Jewelers Noth Gate 846-5816 ary vho Preveterinar All students pre-veter inary me< Semester 1968 must have proved by their Academi Medicine Students expect to register in 1 i c i n e for the Spring app: forn signed by isting apr- presented at registration. have their courses nic Acade Advisor. 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