The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 15, 1968, Image 8

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Page 8 THE BATTALION College Station, Texas Thursday, February 15, 1968 Spring Sports Read Classifieds Daily COLLEGE STUDENTS and YOUNG HOUSEWIVES Sizes 8-14 “have fun and earn money” Demonstrate well known products in supermarket near your home. Training provided. Ne experience necessary. Salaried provisioned. Call Betsy Nulty — 823-8131 Thursday and Friday Tracksters’ Performance Encouraging To Thomas By JOHN PLATZER Encouraging signs were seen by Coach Charlie Thomas in the performances of the five members of his Aggie track team who participated in the Fort Worth Indoor meet this past weekend. “We felt as if all the boys did just a real good job,” Coach Thomas said. Particularly pleasing to Thom as was the performance of sopho more shotputter Ronny Lightfoot. The 6-3, 245 pound marketing major finished fifth with a throw of 56-8 but what was more im portant was that the toss bettered all Southwest Conference shot- putters in the meet. Lightfoot’s first throw in varsi ty competition was only a half inch behind his best effort ever. Jack Abbott was another high spot of the meet for the Aggies with a third place finish in the 60 yard hurdles. Abbott, a 6-2, 185 pounder from Harlingen, was beaten out by former United States Olympic star Ralph Boston. The thing that impressed Thomas the most about his mile relay team for the meet was that “they ran real close with Texas and Baylor.” The entire track squad swings into action February 23 in Waco for the Baylor meet and according to Thomas it will take a great effort for the Aggies to come away victorious. “Baylor is the conference favor ite along with Rice and they are really loaded with just great depth,” Thomas said. “They have the potential of winning a first in each event.” Following the Waco meet the Aggie tracksters return to Col lege Station to host their first meet of the year March 1. It will be a tri-school affair between A&M, Rice and Texas. Coach Henry Ransom’s golfers continue with their tryouts this weekend before preparing for their first tournament of the year. It will be the Fort Worth Recre ational Tournament of March 1-2. — BATTALION CLASSIFIED — Political Announcements Subject to action of the Dem ocratic Primary May 4, 1968. For Congressman, Sixth Con gressional District: OLIN E. TEAGUE (Re-Election) FOR SALE 1966 Simca 4-door GT. 21,000 miles warranty left. 846-8809 or 846-2496. 534t8 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T 440 Magnum, positraction, disc brakes. Call 846- 534t8 4-speed positraction, 3918. SPECIAL NOTICE 1965 Mustang air conditioned, radial tires, excellent condition. Phone after 5 p. m. 589-2490 534t2 WANT AD RATES One day 3^ per word each additional day Minimum charge—50^ Classified Display 90tf per column inch each insertion FOR RENT Three a: Road, Contact SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDO- IOUS modestly describes A&M Record ing Company’s four-track custom cart ridge service. Call 823-5979 or write P. O. 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Hall Dean of Graduate Studies 533t3 Pre-Veterinary Medicine Students Pre-Veterinary medicine students who ex pect to qualify as applicants for admission to the professional curriculum of the College of Veterinary Medicine in Septem ber 1968 may secure application forms in the Registrar’s Office beginning Monday, February 26, 1968. May 1, 1968 is the deadline for filing applications and tran scripts with the Registrar. 532tll “SPRING AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS" Application forms for Spring Award Scholarships may be obtained from the Student Financial Aid Office, Room 303, YMCA Building during the period February 12th - March 31, 1968. All applications must be filed with the Student Financial Aid Office by not later than 6:00 p. m. April 1, 1968. Late applications will not be accepted. 631t30 Preveterinary Medicine Students AH students who expect to register in pre-veterinary medicine for the Spring Semester 1968 must have their courses approved by their Academic Advisor. 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The rope is held by other track performers to give the runners something to grab in order to stop quickly. Left is Charlie Green who won the finals, 0. J. Simpson, Bill Gaines and Kirk Clayton who was hurt and missed the finals. (AP Wirephoto) Consol Cagers Set Sights On Feb. 23 Playoff Date By JOHN PLATZER Hanging in a prominent posi tion on the wall of the A&M Con solidated gymnasium is a huge sign with the message “To State In ’68” printed for all to see. Coach Jack Churchill and his Tiger cagers seem to be bent on turning this prediction into a prophecy as they continue to roar toward a February 23 district playoff with Conroe. The last remaining barrier be tween the maroon and white cagers and the playoff comes Tuesday night in the form of a road game with La Grange. Churchill is looking at the game with guarded optimism. “I am sure they will play us a lot closer up there than they did down here,” Churchill said. Consolidated raced to an easy 70-36 victory over La Grange in College Station earlier in the district campaign. La Grange’s height and strength are the main causes of Churchill’s worries. They start one 6-3 boy along with a couple who tip the yardstick at 6-2. The disappointing performance of the Tigers three games ago in Houston against Furr may also be a cause. In that game Consoli dated escaped with a razor thin 48-46 win with a performance that has been labeled as one of their poorer ones of the season. The likeable young coach is fear ful that a like game Tuesday could prove disastrous. Poor performances have been few and far between for the Tigers thus far this season, how ever, and even when one occurs they have usually been better than their opponents’ best efforts. The coaching of Churchill com bined with the many talents of starters Ennis Watson, Jan Dozier, James Nichols, David Terral and Howard Terrell have taken Consolidated to a 30-2 sea son record, 10-1 in district, and a spot as one of the state’s most respected AAA powers. Churchill returned for his sec ond stint at Consolidated two years ago and the Tigers’ prog ress in that time has been great. He started out his career at Mc Kinney where he served for two seasons and moved from there to serve six years at College Sta tion. He interrupted his years with the Tigers with a season at Corpus Christi Carroll. Watson, a big 6-9 center, is Consolidated’s main offensive threat as well as its most likely all-state candidate. An unselfish player whose passes set up many of his teammates’ shots, the slen der senior has hit for 19.5 points per game in conference action while pulling down 10.8 rebounds a contest. Of the 159 shots Watson has taken in district he has made good on 97 for 61 per cent. Dozier, a 6-3 forward, is the team’s second top scorer and re bounder. He has hit on 69 of 140 attempts in district play for 49 per cent while averaging 15.4 points a game and 8.1 rebounds. Most of the team’s other scor ing is by Nichols and Terral. Nichols is averaging 12.4 while Terral is at 5.7. Nichols has hit on 56 of 95 shots for a 59 mark. Consolidated has averaged 60 points in district while holding their opposition to 43. They have hit on 268 of 530 attempts for 50.6 per cent while pulling down 346 rebounds to 241 for their opponents. DOUBLE TROUBLE A&M Consolidated Basketball Coach Jack Churchill looks up at his one-two scoring- punch of 6-9 Ennis Watson (right) and 6-3 Jan Dozier. The duo has led Churchill’s Tigers to a 30-2 mark this season. (Photo by Mike Wright) THE SPINNING WHEEL KNITTING CLASSES . . . Free Instructions . . . ONE NIGHT A WEEK FOR SIX WEEKS — CLASSES LIMITED TO 25 —Beginning Feb. 20— Call 823-8453 804 Villa Maria The two losses were at 4 hands of AAAA Austin McCi lum and Conroe. They defeiti Conroe by 10 at home and In by one on the road. The Tigers came from bekii to down the Brenham Cubs 7tl Tuesday night. Brenham took a 36-28 leadovi the Tigers into the dressing rw at halftime but a great seen half effort by Nichols brougi Consolidated back. He scored of the Tigers’ last 10 points the third quarter and contribiti 9 in the final eight minutes. Nichols hit on 10 of 15 topi the scoring with 25 while Doii had 20 and Watson eontritai 18. Watson had a great night i the backboards with 20 reborn to pace Consolidated to a #1 edge. Consolidated hit on 47.5 p cent of their shots with 29 oil while Brenham hit 25 of 58 for 45.1 mark. Tommie Sullivi paced the Cubs with a 22 poii night while James Dreyer cm tributed 16. On The Recruiting Front FORT WORTH — Tea Christian announced a flurry ol additional schoolboy football sigi ings Wednesday, including tffl New Mexico all-state players, It brought the two-day TO total to 25. The latest to sign letters d intent include tackle Craig Fiff and center-tackle Kelly Bostick both of Hobbs, N. M., High School Back Ricky Pride of Carthayi and fullback-linebacker Bill Most gomery of Whitewright wen among the top Texas prospect* announced by TCU Wednesday, Others included back Nels« Campbell and guard Ed Beviis of Gordon, end Robert Swain ol Graham, end Rocky French ol Iowa Park, back David Toliver ol Breckenridge and quarterback Johnny Grace of Wichita Palls, 'ic If WACO, Tex. — Baylor W versity brought its football re cruiting to 22 players Wednesday when it signed 11 more prospect The latest to sign letters ol intent at Baylor are Mike Cols San Antonio MacArthur bad; Glenn Chmelar, all-state end fro® Rockdale; Larry Buegler, Denisoi tackle; Ronnie Steadman, Elkhart fullback; Don Stephensone, P»1 estine linebacker; Charles Angelo Vidor fullback; Martin Mathes Houston Austin end; Barry Mo® gan, Bossier City, La., linebacker; Mike Con rad t, Goldthwaite end; Mike Morgan, Shreveport Wood lawn end, and Sammy Reese, Ve® us tailback. GirlKeglerNceded In Bowling Event At least one more girl is needed for A&M’s women’s bowling tea®! a representative of the MSC Ee® reation Committee said Tuesday The team will represent A0 at the American College Unto 1 International Tournament in Art ington, Tex., Feb. 22-24. Four girls have qualified for the team. To qualify a girl mtisl bowl three games at the MSC Lanes. A&M will also enter men'-* bowling, men’s carom, chess, pin( pong and men and women’s pocket billiards. Thursday, __ 1 Lai whippei White < In Texas i Tb and vai earlier On football Th straight Wt why Te Alabam than w< Thi tin. Sti football Th used to have gr to Texa ITI showed throwir ‘Turke) IT of bein, platituc better. ITI played 87, som some o on thee Tli that T granted Sin Texan, Texas i \ As twice S and a s Th biased In Texas i was th, but the Th this: 1 sloppy, distanc sloppy Nc to be a Ye W< paranoi Tt pr yc tlL te« qu G cc Vi in an Dr