The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 11, 1970, Image 6

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' Page 6 College Station, Texas Friday, September 11, 1970 THE BATTALICDN GIBRIL FADIKA of the Texas A&M soccer team and an unidentified member of the University of Texas at Austin team work for position on the ball during a meeting of two of the top teams in the Texas Collegiate Soccer League. The A&M team will open its TCSL season Saturday on the AstroTurf of the practice field south of Kyle field at 10 a. m. A collegiate soccer first... Ags open on AstroTurf A collegiate soccer first will be recorded Saturday at Texas A&M when the Aggies open their 1970 season on the recently in stalled astroturf. The game, which is against a strong Stephen F. Austin team, will have a 10 a.m. kickoff on the astroturf field to the south of Kyle Football stadium. A&M with 14 returning letter- men from the 1969 season is a favorite against the young team from SFA. In non-league play last year SFA tied the Aggies 3-3 in their first encounter but fell to A&M Intramurals begin Monday Intramural sports for the fall semester are slated to get under way Monday, according to Ray Fletcher, director of intramural sports. Schedules for the various sports are ready and can .be picked up at the Intramural Office in De- Ware Fieldhouse, Fletcher said. Those activities starting Mon day are: Class A and C: flag football, handball and bowling. Class B and D: basketball, horse shoes, and ping pong. Class D, Fletcher pointed out, is the newly organized league for civilian freshman. in an injury-marred second game by a score of 5-3. The Aggie hooters finished third last year in the Texas Col legiate Soccer League with a 11- 2-1 record. Recognized as one of the more colorful teams in the circuit, A&M will be fielding an offense of the same caliber as last year’s unit which led the league in scoring. Additionally, the Aggies are blessed with an abundance of experienced half backs and fullbacks. The Texas Collegiate Soccer League (TCSL) includes a mix ture of private and public Texas colleges and universities repre senting various athletic affilia tions: Southwest Conference, Southland Conference, Lone Star Conference and independent. Pres ent members of the league in clude: University of Texas (Aus tin), University of Texas (Arling ton), University of Houston, Tex as A&M, TCU, Trinity, St. Mary’s, Rice, Texas Tech, Stephen F. Austin, and Midwestern. With the DETROIT (A 5 )—Pitcher Denny McLain of Detroit, lately one of the biggest headline-getters in baseball, has become suddenly, totally silent. “He’s hiding out for a few days,” said his wife, Sharyn, when reached at the couple’s Lakeland, Fla., home. expected admission of SMU, Tex as A&I, and LeTourneau the league will probably split into a north and south division for next year’s season. The UT Longhorns, undefeated in league play during the past two years are the defending champions. Top challengers are expected to be St. Mary’s, Texas A&M, and Houston. The league’s opening schedule will find five games on Saturday and one on Sunday. Midwestern plays Trinity in San Antonio, Houston takes on Texas in Aus tin, UT/Arlington will play TCU in Ft. Worth, Rice will meet Tex as Tech in Lubbock, and Stephen F. Austin will challenge the Ag gies in College Station Saturday. Midwestern, getting a workout in its first weekend of action, will play St. Mary’s in San Antonio on Sunday. There will be no admission charged for the A&M-SFA game, offering an excellent opportunity for sports fans to watch this fast and exciting game. McLain, the 26-year-old Cy Young Award winner, fell silent after Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn suspended him for the third time in this season. 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