The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 12, 1974, Image 5

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THE BATTALION FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1974 Page 5 Crippled Ags open Tech series today f v « inthTiyl Crippled Texas A&M goes to dl ' ,d ' ->ubbock this weekend to try and aintain its slim lead over Tex- in the Southwest Conference race. The Aggies are 13-2 in lea gue play and 27-8 for the full sea son. The Aggies lost star second baseman Mike Schraeder for the season when he suffered a rup tured spleen in a practice field ac cident last Tuesday, and then saw )g7f&*0ND SCRIMMAGE PREPARATION—Aggie gridders run through game type situations vT^mlMterday to prepare for Saturday’s scrimmage at Kyle Field. Kickoff is 2 p.m. :00 p.m. r lydromecl shortstop Fred Russ leave the lineup with a pulled hamstring against Houston Saturday. Russ is doubtful for the Tech series. Coach Tom Chandler has con fidence that his team can bounce back strong from two losses to the Cougars. "We just have to regroup our forces and get after them,” Chandler said. "We just had one of those series when ev erything went wrong. We’re still in the lead, and it is up to us to stay there. We don’t have to de pend on anyone else for help.” The Aggies continued their amazing hitting against Houston, racking up 30 runs and 33 hits, including 14 doubles and two home runs, but the pitching had their first real wild spell of the season. A&M’s team batting average is now .341 in 33 games and .344 in SWC play. The revamped Aggie lineup has Sandy Bate at second and David Buxkamper at short. Bate is hit ting .330 for the season with 21 runs batted in with most of his action coming as designated hit ter. Buxkamper is hitting .250 in limited duty. The rest of the Aggie lineup is solid with All-America candidate ! College OLLEGE loctortl DitJ » (Jr.) ND UTIUU GLYCINE f 'I'HISTONAI TS ON IT IUTRIT10N \MIN0 ACS )0 p. the Ihe Church..For a Fuller Life..For You.. Y- :30 p.N' Sat. 4.60 ange xchange itors mge most me !r price aler ircharge" >ne ’arts •2-1669 :e For an Copyright 1974 Keister Advertising Service, Inc., Strasburg, Virginia Scriptures Selected By The American Bible Society Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Philippians Matthew Psalms Mark Luke Exodus Psalms 2:6-11 27:11-54 22:1-8 15:1-39 23:1-49 14:15 15:1 30:1-12 i CALENDAR OF CHURCH SERVICES • v-v dp 0 ? 9 J4if(ier Duneraf JJo BRYAN,TEXAS 502 West 26th St. PHONE TA 2-1572 Campus and Circle Theatres College Station CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP LATTER DAY SAINTS 101 N. Coulter, Bryan 8:00 A.M.—Priesthood meeting 10:30 A.M.—Sunday School 5:00 P.M.—Sacrament Meeting FAITH CHURCH UN'TED CHURCH OF CHRIST A&M METHODIST 9 :45 A.M.—Sunday School 10:55 A.M.—Morning Worship 5 :30 P.M.—Campus & Career Class 5 :30 & 6 :00 P.M.—MYF Meetings CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 9:46 A.M.- 10:46 A.M.- 6 :30 P.M.—Youn Sunday School Morning Worship pie’s Ser BT 1 Pe t> :30 f.M.— Young Peoples 7 :00 P.M.—-Preaching Servii 9:15 A.M.—Sunday School 10.30 A.M.—Morning Worship 1:30 P.M.--Evening Service FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Homestead & Ennis 9:46 A.M.—Sunday School brship eople 9:45 A.M.—Sunday 10:50 A.M.—Morning 6:30 P.M.—Young P UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP 305 Old Highway 6, South 10:00 A.M.—Sunday Service 1:00 P.M.—Adult Service 305 Old College Road South A&M PRESBYTERIAN 7-9 A.M.—Sun. Breakfast - Stu. Ctr. 9:45 A.M.—Church School U :00 A.M.—Morning Worship 6:00 P.M.—Sun. Single Stu. Fellowshii 7:15 P.M.—Wed. Student Fellowship 6:45 A.M.—Fri. Communion Service Wesley Foundation UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN Hubert Beck, Pastor 9:30 A.M.—Bible Class 10:45 A.M.—Divine Worship 6:00 P.M.—Worship Celebration 7:30 P.M.—Wednesday, Discussion Group CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 9 :30 A.M.—Sunday School 11 :00 A.M.—Sunday Service 12 :30-3 :30 P.M.—Tues. Reading Rm. 7 :00-8 :00 P.M.—Wed., Reading Room 8:00 P.M.—Wed. Evening Worship FIRST BAPTIST 9 :S0 AM—Sunday School 10:46 AM Morning Worship 6 :10 PM—Training Union 7 :20 PM—Evening Worship 6:46 PM—Choir Practice & Teachers’ meetings (Wednesday) 7 :46 PM—Midweek Services (Wed.) SECOND BAPTIST 710 Eisenhower 9 :45 A.M.—Sunday School 11:00 A.M.—Church Service 6 :30 P.M.—Training Union 7 :30 P.M.—Church Service OUR SAVIOUR’S LUTHERAN 8:30 & 10:45 A.M.—The Church at Worship 9 :30 A.M.—Bible Classes For All Holy Communion—1st Sun. Ea. Mo. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH 3205 Lake view 9:45 A.M.- 10:45 A.M.- 6:00 P.M.- 7:00 P.M.- People’s S ' Worship -Bible School -Morning Worship -Youth Hour -Evening Worship ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC Sunday Mass—9, 11 A.M. — 12:30, 7 P.M. (Folk Mass) Weekday Masses—5:15 P.M. Saturday Mass—5:15 P.M. Holy Day Masses—5:15, 7 P.M. & 12:15 Confessions—Saturday 4 :30-5 :15 ; 6-6 :30 A&M CHURCH OF CHRIST 8:00 & 10:00 A.M. Worship 9 :00 A.M.—Bible Study 5:15 P.M.—Young People’s Class 6 :00 P.M.—Worship 7 :15 P.M.—Aggie Class 9 :30 A.M.—Tues. - Ladies Bible Class 7 :16 P.M.—Wednesday - Bible Study COLLEGE HEIGHTS ASSEMBLY OF GOD 9:45 A.M.—Sunday School 11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship 6 :30 P.M.—Young People’s Ser 7 :30 P.M.—Evenini ST. THOMAS’ EPISCOPAL CHURCH 906 Jersey (So. Side of Campus) 846-1726 Rector, William R. Oxley Chaplain, James Moore SUNDAY SERVICES: 8 :00 A.M.—Holy Communion 9:30 A.M.—Holy Communion l(st & 3rd Sundays) Morning Prayer (2nd, 4th & 5th Sundays) 7 :00 P.M.—Youth Choir 8 :00 P.M.—Evening Prayer GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 2505 S. College Ave., Bryan An Independent Bible Church 9 :45 A.M.—Sunday School 10 :60 A.M.—Morning Worship 7 :00 P.M.—Prayer and Bible Study SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH North Coulter and Ettle, Bryan 9 :30 A.M.—Sabbath School (Saturday) 11:00 A.M.—Worship Service 7 :30 P.M.—Prayer Meeting (Tuesday) College Station’s Own Banking Service University National Bank NORTH GATE Central Texas Hardware Co. BRYAN • HARDWARE • CHINA WARE • CRYSTAL • GIFTS Student Publications Texas A&M Book Store Paul Miller in leftfield, John Woods in center, Bill Raymer in right, Jim Bratsen at firstbase, Jim Hacker at thirdbase, and the catching shared by Mike Frazier and Tommy Hawthorne. The des ignated hitter is A1 Thurmond. Miller is the team’s leading hit ter with a .409 season average and a .446 mark in SWC play. He has scored 42 runs, knocked in 23, and leads the team in doubles with 13 and homeruns with four. Hacker had four doubles in one game against Houston to break a SWC record and is hitting .362 for the season and .423 in league play. The pitching rotation will prob ably stay the same with lefty Jackie Binks hurling the Friday game followed by righthander Clint Thomas and Perry Arthur in the Saturday doubleheader. Binks is 7-1, Thomas 5-1 and Arthur 5-1. Following the Tech series, the Aggies host Rice April 19-20 and go to Texas April 26-27. Sports shorts Pistons’ Ray Scott top NBA mentor By The Associated Press DETROIT — Ray Scott, the man who stopped the revolving door of Detroit Pistons coaches, believed from the start he could turn the team’s fortunes around. A lot of people didn’t believe him. They had seen too many coaches try and fail to make the Pistons a contending team in the National Basketball Association. But on Thursday it was announ ced that Scott, a former No. 1 De troit draft choice, had been named the NBA Coach of the Year. He received 33 votes of 51 bal lots cast by sports writers and broadcasters—three from each of the 17 NBA cities—while runner- up Jack Ramsay of Buffalo got 10 votes. Milwaukee’s Larry Cos tello was next with four votes, Bill Sharman of Los Angeles got three and K. C. Jones of Capital 1. NEW YORK—Nine former col lege football greats, including El roy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch, were elected to the Hall of Fame by the National Football Foundation Thursday. The four backs and five line men were selected from the "mod ern era”—those who played after 1927. Hirsch was a back at Michigan and Wisconsin in the early 1940’s and became a star receiver with the Los Angeles Rams. He cur rently is athletic director at Wis consin. Others to be inducted into the Hall of Fame Dec. 10 are John Ferraro, Southern Cal tackle 19- 43-47; Mai Kutner, Texas end 19- 39-41; Jim Parker, Ohio State tackle 1954-56; George Barney Poole, end at Mississippi, North Carolina Pre-Flight and U. S. Mil itary Academy 1942 and 1948; Marchy Schwartz, Loyola and Notre Dame back, 1929-31, and Billy Vessells, Oklahoma back 1950-52. To be honored posthumously are Harry Agganis, Boston Uni versity quarterback 1949-52, and Botchey Koch, Baylor guard 1929- 31. GIFT-A-RAMA Redmond Terrace Shopping Center -PLASTERCRAFT—DECOUPAGE—BOX PURSES— AGGIE PLAQUES FINISHED $12.95 Bring This Ad and Receive $2.00 OFF. Offer Expires April 30, 1974 SPP Discount On Unfinished Plaster Items SAINT THOMAS’ EPISCOPAL CHAPEL AND STUDENT CENTER 906 Jersey Street (Southern Boundary of Campus) Telephone: 846-1726 Sunday, 8, 9:30, & 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Tuesday, Canterbury Eucarist and Supper, 6:30 p. m. Thursday, Holy Eucharist and Breakfast, 6:30 a. m. Daily, 5:30 p. m. Evening Prayer The Rev. James Moore, Chaplain. The Rev. Wm. R. Oxley, Rector 15% OFF On Purchase of $50.00 or Over 10% OFF On Purchase of $50.00 or Less FOR YOU AGS WITH YOUR STUDENT I.D. Douglas Jewelry 212 N. Main Downtown Bryan 822-3119 Plants By Gardner 3722 S. College 822-7133 Hwy. 6 Across Speedway Easter Lilies Potted Mums Fuchsias $050 feiy 6” Potted Geraniums $2.99 HIBISCUS 1 gallon-$3.50 2 gallon-$6.50 Remember: if we don’t have what you want, we can probably get it — But we probably have it in the first place. FRESHMEN, JUNIORS SOPHOMORES, and SENIORS Find yourself as a member of the Naval Aviation team. You might be eligible for a program which leads to a commis sion as a pilot or flight officer. Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: the only thing you would do differently between now and graduation is to attend an eight week Navy orientation session during the summer before your senior year. Seniors: Navy orientation comes after graduation. There are no man datory classes or meetings during the academic year; you draw full pay and allowances during Navy orientation ses sions. See the Navy Officer Information Team in the MSC or the Zachry Engineering Center April 15-19, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.