The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 03, 1975, Image 5

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THE BATTALION FRIDAY, OCT 3, 1975 Page 5 S ) the "g” sdick ) foul nake rules ional ne a part take Hgies * few year, ■lude Anza Col- leet- oma ?a\e last imma 5:10, SME 6:10, Main lliim- , o 2, lu-lle Harriers head for tough competition Ags test 1-0 record By PAUL McGRATH Battalion Sports Writer The nine-man travel squad of Coach Charles Thomas cross coun try team is Houston-bound this weekend to run in a four team meet at Strake Jesuit High School. This is the Aggies second contest of the year, after winning the LSU Invitational two weeks ago. A&M will go against stiff competi tion with Rice, the University of Houston and the University of Texas forming the opposition. The Aggie distance men have al ready faced Houston at LSU while [hey are meeting the other two schools for the first time. As in Louisiana, the Jesuit course covers Four miles of terrain. This is going to he a tough meet because everybody’s good, said Thomas. The Owls have the reigning Southwest Cross Country champ on their roster in the personage of Jeff Wells. Wells, fourth in the NCAA three-mile last year, has already had an under 18 minute time for the four-mile event, superb for this early in the season. Thomas refers to Wells as being “in the cream of the crop. Rice also has a top-flight per former in John Lodwick. Lodwick is known for getting off to fast starts in the season but then tends to tail off . Stellar Owl freshman Mike Novelli will not run this week. According to A&M assistant coach Ted Nelson, ‘‘Texas is loaded. Leading the talented Horns is premier miler John Fischer. BEG YOUR PARDON The Battalion sports department in the story following A&M s 43-13 rout of Illinois made an error in stat ing that Richard Osborne scored his first collegiate touchdown in that game. It was, in fact, Osborne’s first touchdown since he was a freshman. In 1972, Osborne caught a touchdown pass against Rice in a 20-14 loss for his only other college career TD. Osborne is now only the fourth Aggie ever to cross the 1,000 yard' mark in career receiving with 1,004 and needs only 14 more yards to surpass Tommy Maxwell on the all- time list. Homer May is 71 yards away, and Bob Long and Barney Harris are tied for the lead with 1,298 each. Osborne also garnered sole pos session of third place for number of receptions with the TD reception, having moved out of a tie with Dude McLean. Osborne is 18 catches away from taking over first. , T, \* ^ T ~ Shape Roger Rozell APPOINTMENTS MADE 1-6 WEEKS IN ADVANCE FROM DAY OF HAIR CUT: SAVE $2.00 ON CUT & BLOW DRY. BAUBLES, BEADS & THINGS Come In & String Your Own MON.: 9:00-5:30 TUES. - FRI.: 9:00-9:00 SAT.: 8:00-5:30 331 UNIVERSITY DRIVE 846-7614 *«2»**«2b* *2ES^ fe >.» »!SS*!5N gS!* The Cougars are fresh off a meet victory 7 last weekend in which all seven of their runners placed in the top 15 spots. The A&M squad consists of Bruce Smith, Paul Cottle, Kyle Hefner, Manfred Kohrs, Jacob Yemme, Lance Mitchell and Walter Jachimowicz, the latter two being freshmen. Two other runners will accompany the team and will run for practice, not for points. “The cross country team has been doing real well,’ said Thomas. “We’ve had them running the hills out at the Brazos River and running a six-mile course to get them all practicing to stay' together. “Mitchell and Jachimowicz, our two freshmen, have really been working hard and should be fine runners once they 7 get some experi ence and maturity behind them. “Cottle and Hefner have been putting in 12 to 15 miles a day, so they’ve been working pretty hard. Kohrs feels that in a week he will be ready to move up and do better times, Thomas said. TSpTnamLa Smith had the fastest time for the Ags at LSU, finishing second in in dividual competition. However, he has been suffering from a cold re cently which caused him to miss several workouts. He will be in un iform though come Saturday, said Thomas. The Aggie coach has had some worries about Yemme because he is “so fragile, he’s just skin and bone. Yemme has usually started strong but then would develop some prob lem with injuries or sickness. Thomas says they are not pushing Yemme as hard now so that he will be able to keep going. Thomas hopes to qualify his squad for the six mile NCAA meet held in late November. Only four teams are chosen to represent Dis trict 6, which includes Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas schools. Along with the four teams, eight in dividual athletes may participate. Next week the Aggie harriers travel to Arlington to compete in a five mile contest. 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D-2 got on the board in the first half with Don Royder scor ing on a long yardage play to give them the edge leading into the second half 6-0. The second half was plagued with penalties as rough play was prevalent. Alert defense on both sides was apparent with the ball changing hands on in terceptions and fumbles. M-l was able to capitalize on a tur nover to score on a pass play from John Mosser to Keith Williams. M-l failed to convert on the point after attempt. John Mosser again com pleted a pass to Bill Barnes late - • In photo at above left, John Mosser of M-l, throws a pass to a teammate. Passing and pass interceptions were a very important aspect of this hard fought game between two rival corps teams, M-l and D-2. M-l won the contest, 13-6. In photo below, Don Royder, quarterback and punter for D-2, gets off a punt with fourth down and long yardage. Under IM rules, there is no rushing the kicker, and both offensive and defensive linemen must remain on one knee until the kick is away. Photos by Poogie in the final period for a touchdown. The conversion was good from Mosser to Val | Cadena. This left M-l with a comfortable 13-6 lead which proved to be the final outcome. Bowling Up Bowlers are getting a chance to show off their skills in the Intramural Bowling Tournament. There are 146 teams, 18 percent more than last year, entered in the rou n d - rolDin pi ay off. Numbers of teams, per di vision are as follows: Milit ary, 35; Fish, 33; Rec., 28; Ind., 13; Civ., 15; Co-Rec, 12; and Women, 10. % 4®- Watch and Enter Sharpen up that swing and get your kicking foot in shape Enter in the upcoming Intramural Sports. , . - ‘ w ... J - Golf (Singles) Field Goal Contest Swimming Volleyball This ad is prepared under the di rection of the Intramural Office. Stories by Jan Swinnea, photos by Paul Nettell. Sponsored by McDonalds on University Drive. October 7 October 7 October 14 October 14 Refs’ Corner The first organizational meet ing for volleyballofficials will be October 9, 1975, G. Rollie White, room 267; 7:30 p.m. All those interested in officiating should attend this meeting. r if- * " 1 * r ' am i* if JSbrnm* H? *** -