The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 17, 1975, Image 11

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Ho* 256 P-m.Ai !«' 25, •nfortm. 'ill be, ; 30 p.,, er Tower 228 oft!, in Rooi in (lit 02 of tin 10 of tb 11 610 o( • riticaU tlie Mints ii lateStf Hie eiit "llsli” b tstsssa THE BATTALION Page 11 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1975 Aggie frosh beat Consol for title By CISSY AUCLAIR Battalion Sports Writer The Texas A&M Water Polo team hosted a high school tournament at the Down Natatorium here last Fri day and Saturday. Larry Scheckler has done quite a job in his first year of coaching, as he guided the Frosh ‘A team to six wins in the tourna ment. The Frosh ‘B’ team won 1 and lost 3 in the tourney. The A team reached the finals by handing out sound whippings to Wichita Falls, Clear Creek, McAl len High, Alamo Heights High and Lamarque High, who were last year’s 4-A State Champions. The freshmen met A&M Consolidated in the finals. Bill Yates scored 4 goals and Paul Stewart 5, to lead their team to a 1-3 win over Consol. The A’ team completely domi nated their opponents by outscoring them 85-11. The high scorers for A&M in the tourney were: Bill Kuv- lesky, 14 goals, David Stewart and Paul Gill, 13 goals each, and Roger the tournament. From A&M, Roger Swendig, Bill Kuvlesky, and David Lieu, 11 goals. Lieu, Bill Yates, and Scott Harris, Vincent Tavarez of McAllen was goalie, were named to the first All- voted the most valuable player of Tournament team. Paul Gill, Brad Stewart were named to the second team. A&M’s Frosh ‘A, team was first in E&Cklca Serving The Finest In MEXICAN FOOD Happy Hour Prices 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Daily EL CHICO COCKTAILS ,,..$100 3109 TEXAS AVE. 823-7470 di :e, seer# er. coo*! a wm& ED jjgTTTSTbTlgfl^ tolls lUf toTlg|U]blVslLs3ila[l3il3]igf tolVallfJloilbRol HOUSE OF TIRES HOUSE OF TIRES HOUSE OF TIRES [CORNER OF COULTER & TEXAS 822-7139 5 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU. BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, PASADENA, HOUSTON, CONROE, KILLEEN. 2133 E. 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EA . + FET 1 .6 5-2.55 ALSO Bill Bueller WESTERN MAG WHEELS ”WHERE QUALITY COSTS YOU LESS" 5% EXTRA 55 HOUSE OF TIRES HOUSE OF TIRES total tournament standings, with A&M Consolidated second, and Lamarque High third. Dennis Fosdick is the head swimming coach, and he will he moving Bill Yates to the varsity. He said Yates held hack in most of the games, hut played all out in the fi nals. Roger Lieu and David Stewart will he moved up also. Fosdick thought Scott Harris played well in the goal. “He was All-State as a field player last year, and is still learning the goalie posi tion.” He said Kuvlesky, a former Consolidated player, is doing well. “He was used to a one-man offense at Consolidated and is just now learning our system.” New players on the team are: Phil Pellegrino, Paul Gill, Chris Shipp, Brad Swendig, Jim Leugemors, and Chuck Burr. Fosdick says they have never played water polo before and are learning quickly and doing quite well. The novice water polo tournament this weekend saw the A&M frosh “A” team Block the pass win. An Aggie tries to block a pass some success. Correspondent photo by Kim Moore with the talloir tree ROCK & MINERAL SHOP 2102 CAVITT • BRYAN 822-5454 Mineral specimens for beginners and advanced collectors. Rough and slabbed cutting materials from world-wide locations. Lapidary equipment and supplies, stones, findings & mountings. Books on all phases of jewelry making, turquoise and trail guides. Geodes, thun der eggs, & septarian nodules. Come in & browse. DISCOVER A WHOLE NEW WORLD Ags drop to 11th in poll 3SSSSS8SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Associated Press Penn State, Texas and Tennessee were the big gainers in this week’s Associated Press college football poll while Auburn, Michigan State, Maryland and North Carolina State dropped out of the Top Twenty. Penn State climbed to seventh place from 10th by whipping Stan ford 34-14 while Texas and Tennes see joined the Top Ten for the first time this season. Texas, 12th a week ago, moved up to eighth by trounc ing Colorado State 46-0 while Ten nessee jumped to 10th from 20th with a 26-8 triumph over Maryland, Intramurals FLAG FOOTBALL Military: Sq. 5 vs Sq. 1, 6-1; E-l vs R-l, 19-0; B-2 vs Sq. 4, 1-0; L-2 vs 1-1, 13-19; M-Band vs Sq. 15, 0-1; K-l vs L-l, 6-26. Independent: Vet II vs Veterans, 14-6; Scan- dia vs Geology, 27-0; Liteweights vs Charlie's Armadillos, 15-12; Over The Hill Gang No. 2 vs Tree House, 12-6; Barcelona vs Casa I, 14-6; Old Army vs Sigma Rho No. 2, 14-0; Sigma Rho No. 1 vs Tanglewood, 0-1; Country Place A vs Missfits, 13-6; BAG vsAMAC, 12-0; P. E. Majors vs Nashville Cats, 6-0; Hill County vs Bearcats, 0-6; S, W, Village vs Nads, 1-0. Co-Rec: Lollipops vs Scandia Warriors, 12-0; Doux Chene vs Sparrows, 0-1; Crimson Tide vs E-l, 6-19; Power Pack vs Barcorecs, 40-0. TODAY’S GAMES Military: N-l vs H-2, 6:10, D-l; E-2 vs K-2, 6:10, D-2; C-2 vs S-2 6:10, D-3. Fish: S-2 vs E-2, 5:10, D-l; H-2 vs K-2, 5:10, D-2; L-2 vs Sq. 3, 5:10, D-5; Sq. 9 vs K-l, 5:10, D-6; C-l vs D-l, 5:10, K-l; Sq. 15 vs Sq. 1, 5:10, K-2; F-l vs Sq. 12, 5:10, D-4; N-l vs W-Band, 6; 10, D-4. Independents: Geology Grads vs Vet I, 6:10, D-5; Oak Forest vs Angus, 6;10, D-6; Rebels vs IEEE, 5:10, D-3; Gator Hawks vs 4 F’s, 5:10, ETV; Briarwood East vs Parkway, 6:10, ETV Women: W-l Fish vs Spence, 6:10, H-l; Zeta Tau Alpha vs P. E. Majors, 6:10, H-2; W-l (Mil.) vs Country Place, 5:10, H-l; Hughes II vs Colonels, 5:10, H-2. Co-Rec: Slip Slides vs Plantation Oaks, 6:10, K-l; Tanglewood vs BSU, 6:10, K-2. which had been 14th. Oklahoma was still in the top spot with a 62-7 rout of Oregon. The de fending national champion Sooners received 53 first-place votes and 1,130 of a possible 1,140 points from a nation-wide panel of 57 sports writers and broadcasters. Also repeating from last week in the second through sixth spots were Michigan, Ohio State, Southern California, Missouri and Nebraska. Michigan received two first-place votes and 931 points following a 23-6 whipping of Wisconsin. Ohio State, a 21-0 winner over Michigan State, got the other two first-place ballots and 922 points. Southern Cal trim med Duke 35-7 and polled 685 points, idle Missouri received 632 and Nebraska totaled 478 after a 10-7 victory over Louisiana State. Notre Dame, which opened its season with a nationally televised 17-3 decision over Boston College Monday night, held onto ninth place with 392 points. The AP’s Second Ten announced Tuesday consists of Texas A&M, UCLA, Florida, Alabama, Pitt, Ar kansas, Arizona, Arizona State, Miami of Ohio and West Virginia. Last week, it was Michigan State, Texas, Alabama, Maryland, N.C. State, UCLA, Arizona, Pitt, Florida and Tennessee. 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