The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 14, 1968, Image 5

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tee :b ine. Barnes ations before y calls this itive session, )t said when ie committee [uor by the 3 other four ire split two- id he is dis- ie should the rnally favors but failed a floor test ssion. is to ask ition and as- ney general's partment of e Legislative s the Texas I,” Cory said Legislative slature’s re- ill be asked of the liquor r on various i. I we produce nproper con- employee we be DPS, the d the grand iate county," uld ask the id the DPS nvestigations ement. lee will be recommenda- at a hearing for revision iresent liquor as new legis- urce whatso- standing any warding such led to appear e in support suggestions," ilated neers vanical engi- II work with stry profes- . 19 in a pro- e A&M chap- f Automotive ) Sandell of ich chairman, II work with ire members ist Section. engineering rn and test 20 Houston : to Charles ogram chair- White are engineering benefit stu- ” noted Rob- ulty advisor, neering pro- ini will allow er and fledg- ge about the ctivities vice Julf section, new’ to the tes. s’ work-day o 5 p.m., fol- International Rebuilders, our with the and Scien- nthly dinner Gulf section irogram on will follow, inufacturing among par- THE BATTALION Wednesday, February 14, 1968 College Station, Texas Page 5 Read Battalion Classifieds BATTALION CLASSIFIED Political CHILD CARE SPECIAL NOTICE 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 On« dar Per word l< per word emch additional day Minimum charge—50< Classified Display 904 Per column inch each insertion DEADLINE i p.m. day before publication FOR RENT Three apartments, 1814 Fin Feather Road, Unfurnished, Space for animals. Contact W. F. Davis at 822-3518. 531tfn Apartment available Feb. 1. $75 plus utilities. Contact Judge W. C. Davis, 846-4352. 6 2 7tfn STATE MOTEL, rooms and kitchen, day and weekly rate, near the University, 846- (410. 262tfn AUTO INSURANCE FOR AGGIES: Call: George Webb Farmers Insurance Group 3400 S. College 823-8051 3 MONTHS LEASE 822-2 0 3 5 4 01 Lake St. 1 & 2 Bedroom Fur. & Unfur. Pool and Private Courtyard Midway between Bryan & A&M University STUDENTS 1 1 Need A Home Apt. 1 Model Apts. Open For Inspection From $120 - All Utilities Paid 1602 S. 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Phone 825-3700. 527t8 Party records, Golf-Game, Bud Fletcher albums, Ken Idaho albums. Play-boy maga- rines, all kinds Texas Aggie Champion stickers—many other novelty and gag items—Aggie Den, North Gate (next to Loupot’s) open 8 a. m. till 7 seven days a week—come see us 1 526tfn 4,000 used golf balls 5c, 10c, 30c. Aggie- land Recreation Center. Redmond Terrace Center. 520tfn 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 : Omran, Abbas Omran Degree: Doctor of Philosophy in Genetics Dissertation : Inheritance of cold hardiness, disease resistance, and certain agronomic characters in flax. (Linum usitatissin- um.) Time: Tuesday, February 20, 1968 at 1:30 P. Place : Room 202, Agronomy Building Wayne C. 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Parkway College Station Aggie Five Trims Rice, 78-58 By GARY SHERER Four minutes were gone before the Aggies scored Tuesday night. When they did, the Rice Owls By JOHN PLATZER Chuck Smith and Danny Berry supplied the offensive firepower last night in leading the Aggie Fish to a measure of revenge with an 89-68 victory over the Rice Owlets. The win came exactly one week after the Fish had dropped a 63-58 contest to Rice in Houston. Coach Jim Culpepper’s cagers are now 6-3 for the year and 4-2 in conference while Rice dropped to a 3-6 season mark and 1-3 in conference. A&M will be out to revenge their other conference defeat Sat urday when they take on the Baylor Cubs in Waco. Baylor de feated the Fish on February 3 in College Station 81-67. The score changed hands four times and was tied five times in the first eight minutes of the Rice game when a short jumper by Steve Niles gave the Fish a lead they never relinquished. A five point spree by Smith helped the Fish stretch their lead to 25-15 with 8:21 left in the half before a Rice rally cut the margin back to two. didn’t have a chance, as the Ag gies coasted to a 78-58 victory at G. Rollie White Coliseum. The small (3,000) turnout saw The Fish then took control once again to go into the halftime dressing room with a 35-28 lead. Niles paced the Fish’s first half effort with 12 points while Smith contributed 11. In the second half Smith and Berry took charge as the A&M freshmen breezed home. They steadily increased their advantage to their largest margin of 73-50 with 5:56 remaining. The Owlets and Fish traded points for the rest of the contest with little change in the margin. Smith popped in 29 points to take high point honors in the contest while Berry had 17, Bill Cooksey contributed 15 and Niles finished with 14. Gary Reist and Marty Tendler, a couple of out- of-state cagers paced the Owlets with 15 and 14 points, respective ly. The Fish hit on a fantastic 18 of 26 shots in the second half for 69.2 per cent to put the game away. They finished with 31 of 55 for a 56.4 mark while Rice had 27 of 65 for a 41.5 mark. Smith and Niles also helped the Fish win the battle of the a close game in the first half. The Aggies led 33-30 at inter mission. But, when the final buz zer sounded, the Aggies finally backboards as A&M grabbed 46 rebounds to 33 by Rice. Smith ended with 12 caroms while Niles corralled 10 of them. The young Aggies also came out best in turnovers as they had seven compared with nine by the Owlets. Berry hurt the Owlets outside, hitting six of nine while Smith did the job on the inside canning 11 of 16. The efforts of Smith and Berry were their best of the year in scoring. Berry entered the game with only a 5.9 average for the season and a 7.2 mark in confer ence action. His previous high had also been against Rice when he had 12 points. Smith, the team’s second lead ing scorer behind Cooksey’s 21.3 mark, was averaging 18.8 for the year and 17 in conference. His previous high had been against Lon Morris and in the team’s first conflict with the Texas Year lings. Niles, the Fish’s 6-11 center, was the team’s third leading scorer with a 13.3 average while Roddy McAlpine entered the con test with a 10.1 mark. owned a winning Southwest Con ference record at 5-4. With Baylor losing to Texas 79-65, at Austin, the SWC race is starting to get close. Baylor still leads with a 7-2 mark. Then, a four-way tie exists for second place between the Aggies, Texas, Arkansas and Texas Christian. There is also a good battle going on to stay out of the cellar be tween Rice, Texas Tech and Southern Methodist, all at 3-6. Once again, it was aggressive play by the Aggies that paved the way to their eleventh win of the year. Rice, as they did last week at Houston, suffered an other poor shooting night against the Aggies. Both teams fell off from their first half shooting in the second half. The Aggies hit at 50 per cent in the first twenty minutes while the Owls had a 48.1 mark. The Aggies dropped to 40.5 per cent in the second half while Rice, slipped to a dismal 25.0. But, a good reason for the Owls poor shooting was the aggressive ness of the Aggie defense. Rice’s leading scorer, Larry Miller, was high for the Owls but he had to take 19 shots to get that much as he missed 13. The other half of the Owls’ scoring tandem, Greg Williams, managed 10 points on 4 for 10 from the field. Billy Bob Barnett paced the Aggie attack with 17 points which paced all scorers as did his 14 rebounds top everybody (Ronnie Peret was close behind with 13). Rebounds were the real story in the Aggies’ second half pull away. They out-rebounded the Owls 36-21 which kept Rice from getting a second shot in the sec ond half. As it turned out, Rice needed that second shot as they only made 8 field goals after half time. The Aggies got balanced scor ing as four men hit double figures. Behind Barnett’s 17 was Sonny Benefield, Mike Heitmann and Johnny Underwood with 12, 11 and 10, respectively. Saturday afternoon, the Aggies will face a stern test at Waco. The SWC race is turning into a tighter affair now with Baylor losing to Texas. The Bears are tough at home, and the Aggies will need a top effort to beat Baylor. The Aggies cannot afford to lose any more games as another loss would definitely stamp out what slim chances they have left. The Bears, on the other hand, must not slip either so the region al audience should see a thrilling game Saturday afternoon. The Aggies will have four games left after the Baylor game with half of them on the road. They host the Arkansas Razor- backs next week and then two straight road games at TCU and Tech follow, with the season finale at home against SMU. BENEFIELD HITS JUMPER Sonny Benefield (13) sails a successful jump shot at the basket in this second half action of Tuesday night’s 78-58 Aggie victory over Rice. Fish Thump Owlets, 89-68 For Season’s Sixth Win ’68 Chevrolet—Sale savings now on specially equipped Impala V8s: Impala V8 Sport Coupe, 4-Door Sedan and Station Wagons—equipped with beauty and protection extras—are yours to choose from. Save money, too, ordering custom feature packages like power steering and brakes GM MARK OF EXCELLENCE Youve got nothing to gain by settling for less car. (not even money) Sized to your needs, both in 112" and 116" wheelbases, Chevelle delivers big-Chevy ride and comfort in a mid-size car at your kind of price. ’68 Camaro—lowest priced of all leading sportsters. Sporty like Corvette, yet with family-style room. Features like Astro Ventilation and a 327-cu.-in. standard V8. No wonder Camaro’s popularity is growing faster than any other sportster’s in the industry. 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