The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 02, 1968, Image 4

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Page 4 College Station, Texas Tuesday, April 2, 1968 THE BATTALION Aggie Win Streak Hits Seven BA TTALION CLASSIFIEb By GARY SHERER Years ago, the only preserving was done in grandma’s jars. To day, as far as the Texas Aggie baseball team is concerned, they leave their preserving to one per son—Rocky Thompson. The stocky senior from Hous ton answered the relief call for the second straight game Monday afternoon at Kyle Field, and the Ffvont tin 'F'oduc/'ifc; of Thf ‘Restless Onrs Here comes motion picture excitement "the greatest adventure going!" m lOtfilD idlWffctiiRfcS -pksoe EAsfcMAnCcuR WOTMto/fREEWWJR./M™ GrIwM Music by RALPH CARMICHAEL / Executive Producer FRANK R JACOBSON Written and Directed by JAMES F. COLLIER Campus Theatre Now Showing Advanced Tickets $1.00 result was bad for the opposition. As he did in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Texas Christian, Thompson repeated his performance against Missouri’s nine Monday with two innings of hitless, runless pitch ing. The 4-0 Aggie victory made it seven in-a-row for Coach Tom Chandler’s Aggies. The Aggies and Missouri com plete their two-game series to day at Kyle Field. Two weeks ago, the Aggies’ season mark was 4-4 after they opened their current nine-game home stand with a 7-5 loss to Minnesota. The Aggies did a fast regrouping, and have strung to gether seven straight wins. In that skien, the Aggie hitters have put together 33 runs while the pitching staff has limited the other teams to five tallies. The biggest wins of that streak came this past weekend as the Maroon and White made it a complete sweep of T C U with back - to - back victories. Friday, the Aggies blasted the Frog pitching staff with 16 hits and an equal number of runs in a 16-3 Aggie triumph. Saturday, the Aggies proved they could win the close ones also with a 2-0 squeaker over TCU’s ace Mickey McCarty. McCarty was making his first SWC start of the year and the Aggies made it an unhappy one. The double victory pushed the Frogs out of the SWC lead and put the Aggies into a three-way tie for the lead with Baylor and Texas. Also, the three victories over TCU this season (the Aggies topped the Frogs 4-1 at Fort Worth earlier in the season), mark the first times the Aggies have beaten TCU since 1965. This week, the Aggies see no SWC action as they follow up to day’s Missouri game (weather permitting) with a trip to Hous ton Thursday for a game with the Houston Cougars. Meanwhile this week, Baylor and Texas will meet Wednesday and Thursday. So, barring two wins by Texas, first place should be at stake when the Aggies host Baylor in their next home action next week. (Today’s game was cancelled.) day per word per word each additional day Minimum chargre—60<;‘ Classified Display 90^ per column inch each insertion Political Announcements Subject to action of the Dem ocratic Primary May 4, 1968. For Congressman, Sixth Con gressional District: OLIN E. 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Temple, Texas with suboffices in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Stillwater, Oklahoma, Little Rock, Arkansas, New Orleans & Alexandria, Louisiana. CAMPUS INTERVIEWS April 4, 1968 By JOHN PLATZER A 4-2 victory over Southern Methodist in Dallas Friday by Coach Henry Ransom’s Aggie golf team boosted them to third place in the Southwest Conference standings. The defending champions cur rently have a 12 1 / ^-5 1 / ^ mark be hind Texas Tech at 5%-% and Baylbr at 5-1. Texas University, surprisingly strong early in the season with two victories over national - power University of Houston, occupies the fourth spot at 3 1 / 2 -2y 2 . Duke Butler, Chuck Leske and Reggie Majors recorded singles wins for the Aggies while the team of Butler and Leske regis tered a doubles win. TENNIS Rough sailing was experienced by the Aggie tennis team over the weekend as they dropped home matches to Pan American on Friday and Texas Tech Satur day. Texas Tech buried the Aggies 6-0 to drop Coach Omar Smith’s crew to the conference basement with a 0-12 mark. In the Friday loss, the Aggies were edged 4-3. Marcus Beleck was the only Aggie to win a single match but both maroon and white doubles teams were vic torious. The team of Jon Ragland and Jerry Oliver defeated Rico Cas- taris and Julio Moros while Joe Tillerson and Mike Hickey teamed to beat Fred Berli and Yvon Savy. TRACK Freshmen Kelvin Korver and Curtis Mills paced the track ef forts of the Aggies last Saturday at the Dallas Invitational Meet. Mills set the winning pace in the 440-yard dash with a time of 48,4. Korver took first place in the discus with a toss of 157-1%. Ronny Lightfoot, an Aggie soph omore, was third in the event with a toss of 153-1. GM Lowest Priced Cars $49.79 per mo. 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