The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, December 09, 1969, Image 5

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„ v..v.v*v.y-v>-• ' • • ■ "•i-ri 1 -- v-Wirff - ^ • laBWi^ ‘ ^ M "'rr v E BATTALION Tuesday, December 9, 1969 College Station, Texas Page 5 Aggies Scalp Indians 109-80, For First Win 'TICE i^jg sophomore Frank Fransworth goes up with Midwestern’s Richard Owen to bat ball away from the backboard. Aiding in the play are Jeff Watkins (44) and Bill •wn (10). Photo by Mike Wright) hysiologj THE OIDS IN CC e Colleft 19H JEW YORK </P>—Joe Namath sphy'o/fa t Mickey Mantle waiting an to order ha and ?o« will be to the cerem 's Degree' ,11 civilian i ickey Blitzes Joe Willie n Sex Appeal Contest . and 25 minutes in an un- ps and Kon the Univra ing of their joint business y Store*ta^ ^ ure Monday, but Mickey got han 1:00 p. Ph.D. orD the ptef’Je beat Broadway Joe 2-1 in informal sex appeal sweep- and it was Joe who for th* Bnlew the most passes, cap and pon I like Mickey better,” said y Busti, 23, of Yonkers, N.Y. is so sophisticated.” Mary’s ments — surprisingly—were Ired by about two thirds of mini-skirted job seekers and ice counselors who showed up 139 East 57th Street in mid- nhattan for the opening of the mid New York office of Man- Men and Namath Girls, Inc. the appropm onnel whoi i, graduate ? uniform oiar hood for | ti arranged •n 8:00 I. i 5:00 p. i ,r’s «l Docto: available and Bad rchased at; uary 5, are as f< ental) $"•*) sale) (sale) (J* c. Paymeii ring the era airman ttee r t 3ciei the Dept 60 hours' idvisor (eW other schw Students U ransfers It 1 apartment (Fisheries ( dlife Opt' suit their i INAL Ct as DR. AR1 ] may he X ■ntal Secret' ;an of ecords ic Texas« graduate '• academic I* inety-five® sed a* uirement rs:*: Juildinp- r c to detefl 111 be taken ^ mber.H 1 ; igs will I* • Office to/ ry 20, iff ■om ,gh Fridah ,n, Dean ind_Jtec^> 59 Gal. ialK) 30. 3 r branf original served Ixhausls liters, ’limps. ]VeeP 1st .60 ^ cars inient rator s 5 Eaclt 95 E aC ’arts in. change your job and life,” said a slick advertising brochure, and so some two dozen girls, looking leggy in their boots and thigh- revealing skirts, showed up to have their lives changed. The second floor office was crawling with girls. Not too many men, it seemed, were anxious to have their lives changed. “I thought about trying to get Joe to change the name of the compony to make it ‘Mantle’s Girls,’ ” said Mickey, the now retired home run star of the baseball Yankees. “But my wife wouldn’t have stood for it.” 'Believe it or ntle and Joe not, Mickey Namath can The official opening was sched uled at 10 a.m. EST. Mickey was promptly on time. Namath, sleepy-eyed, dapper in a mod suit, wide blue tie and three- quarter coat, slouched in at 11:25 a.m. Mantle wasn’t upset at the New York football Jets quarter back. It’s Joe’s show — I’m a has-been,” he said modestly. He found considerable dissent. “I came mainly to see Joe — I had read and heard so much about him but I am more im pressed with Mickey,” said Linda Grant, 23, a shapely blonde. “He seems so solid.” “He is so clean-cut. He is like an All-American boy,” added Susan Hake, also 23. Caryl Rosen, 24, a green-eyed brunette, said she was impressed by Mantle’s affability. “They took pictures of Mickey with a half-dozen girls,” she said. “He made each one of us think he was posing with us alone.” THE INCREDITABLE CARD” There’s nothing like it back home. Most of these little pieces of plastic mean a bill at the end of the month. All the “Increditable Card’’ will do- pardon, CAN do —is save you money. Through the CSC Merchandising Program, for instance, you can buy 1. All kinds of name brand merchandise from clothing, to appliances, class rings, sports equipment at special student prices. 2. Cassettes and record albums at special discounts. 3. All-expense tours and individual travel at special student rates. 4. Brand new automobiles at fleet prices. Not only that, we deliver right to your campus and if you like, we’ll even help with the financing. IT HELPS YOU SAVE A LITTLE MORE AND MAKES WHAT YOU SPEND GO A LOT FURTHER. Impressed? Then let us point out that this is only a part of the services the “Increditable Card’’ offers. There are others equally helpful. Some small, like helping you sell your used textbooks; others, substantial, such as the CSC computerized Career Placement Service. But all of them are directed toward making your college years a little easier and a lot more rewarding. The full story of CSC and the “In creditable Card” is yours for the asking. Jqst give us a call at ... or mail the coupon below. OCAL MERCHANTS WHO OFFER INCREDITABLE DISCOUNTS: UNIVERSITY STUDIOS NORTON’S ENCO GOLDEN CLEANERS LEW ANN’S RESTAURANT BURGER CHEF more of everything for the college student TODAY... WITH MORE TO COME” □ Please send me more information on the "Increditable Card,” Discount Catalog and other money-saving, money-making materials. □ Sounds great! Have the CSC representative on my campus con tact me immediately with full details on your “Increditable Card.” □ I would like to know how I can make extra money by becoming ,a CSC campus representative. COMPUTER SERVICES CORPORATION P.O. Box 31089 Dallas, Texas 75231 NAME SCHOOL ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TELEPHONE FR. SOPH. JUNIOR SR. By Richard Campbell Battalion Sports Editor The Texas Aggies, sparked by an awesome performance by Steve Niles, ran roughshod over the Midwestern Indians, 109-80, before 2,818 fans last night in G. Rollie White. Niles, a 7-0 junior postman, scored almost at will against the shorter Indians, who were 5-0 coming into the game, and fin ished the night with 31 points, his best ever in an A&M uniform. He also dragged down a game leading 16 rebounds as the Ag gies won the battle on the boards too, 59-42. From the first layup of the game, the Aggies were off to the races to total their highest point production since they racked up a record 119 against Southern Methodist last season. Niles totally controlled the tempo of the game as he hit 19 of the Ag gies’ first 35 points and moved the Cadets from an early 4-4 tie to take command the rest of the way. The Indians were not cold from the floor themselves but found that the Aggies were just a little warmer. A&M hit 39 of 81 shots for 48.1 per cent in the contest while Midwestern connected on 32 of 69 for 46.4 per cent. The Aggies wasted no time in rac ing out to a quick lead following the example of Niles and led by as many as 27 points, 43-16, in the first half. The A&M scoring was split pretty well among the squad as nine players got into the scoring column after Coach Shelby Met calf emptied the benches in both the first and second halves. Mike Heitmann also showed a hot hand by connecting on 8 of 15 from the field and eight of 10 from the charity stripe for 24 points. Bill Cooksey, Rick Du- plantis, and reserve postman Byron Chandler all contributed 13 points apiece with Chandler also tacking on eight rebounds. Metcalf pulled a mild surprise by starting junior Chuck Smith at the point position for the Ag gies to give A&M a little more height outside. The result was that Smith could find his path clear to pass inside to Niles, who layed in bucket after bucket. The A&M ball-handling seemed to be better than in their first game with Northwestern La. State as they committed but nine turn overs, many by the subs, to 14 for the Indians. The Aggies raced to a 59-38 halftime lead and started again where they left off when they returned for the second. Heit mann provided most of the fire works this round with Niles on the bench much of the second stanza and A&M shot to a 33 point lead, twice, with about 12 minutes left and coasted to their first win of the young season. Jeff Watkins hit a 15-foot jump er to put the Aggies over the century mark with 4:05 left. Kenny Bryany seemed to be the only consistent Indian for the night as he hit eight of 15 from the field and finished as the top Midwestern scorer with 20. In a preliminary game, the Aggie Fish downed a combina tion team of former Aggie bas ketball and football players, 98- 59. Bob Gobin led the Fish with 20 and Billy Bob Barnett had 17 for the other team. 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