The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 07, 1975, Image 6

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LAKEVIEW CLUB Page 6 THE BATTALION TUESDAY, OCT 7, 1975 ! ' 3 Miles N.on Tabor Road Saturday Night Country Music Revue From 9-1 p.m. STAMPEDE Every Thursday Nite (ALL BRANDS BEER 35 cents) Every Tuesday Nite LADIES FREE MEN $2.00 All Brands Beer 35c 8-12 Music furnished by the Brazos Sounds Ags remain undefeated Beat inspired KSU team See our big selection of pocket watches. EMBREY’S JEWELRY Invites you to visit our jewelry repair department. We specialize in all types of jewelry repair and custom work. Two qualified jewelers to serve you. 415 University Dr. College Station 9:00-5:30 Mon.-Sat. By TONY GALLUCCI Battalion Sports Editor The Aggies encountered the first jinx of the season, although the dubious situation was merely a year old, and came home nurturing a perfect record after having disposed of the Wildcats of Kansas State, 10-0. While the score may be im mediately indicative of the first game of the season to those who did not venture to Kansas, the game it self was played much differently. The offense was indeed there and did a superb job despite the i- iw :l, v 111. 11 V 1 .1 1 '< o . ! i Mh in > if’S I .n • J i ] ;: { • • .if SAVE A BUNDLE Remember the old, Cash and Carry, money saving trick? Buy a pizza at the Krueger-Dunn Snack Bar and eat it there or take It anywhere you wish. Pricss are right, and the pizzas are great. Before Thanksgiving Special Hamburger Pizza 1.29 Sausage Pizza ......1,29 Pepperoni Pizza $1.29 OPEN Monday thru Friday 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 4:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. QUALITY FIRST” Photo by Andy Hollingshead Freshman Tony Franklin puts game out of reach. atg •*-•**• •* . .»•. ^.5 m M M M >«•: M M M M I H M u , , i »ic T ~ Shape S/ 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 Pe m M M halftime score. It was Kansas State who provided the difference this time around. The Wildcats were the tenth ranked defense in the nation against the rush, a point that few people knew. In fact it might have been contrived that way as a weapon. Regardless, the KSU team played very inspired football and likewise stirred their fans so much that one long-time observer com mented, “I haven’t seen the crowd cheer like this in four years, not even against our big rivals Kansas. Indeed the non-conference re cord crowd of 37,100 put a lot of sound into the air, but it was mostly for their defense as the Aggie de fense stymied most enemy aggres sion. The only offensive thrill for KSU came in the second quarter when fullback Verdell Jones broke 50 yards over the right side. For those of you who were listen ing to the radio and were under the impression that a last ditch tackle by Jackie Williams was all that saved the touchdown, forget it. Four Aggie defenders had caught up with Jones, literally outrun him, Wil liams just got there first. The biggest threat was the five times in which Kansas State receiv ers got behind the Aggie secondary. All five times the ball was laid nearly perfectly into their hands and all five times they were dropped. Either just flat dropped or after the receivers were hit squarely by the nearest Aggie. About the dropped balls, Aggie linebacker Ed Simonini said, “They heard footsteps, we were banging on them. It was David Shipman who finalK let out all Aggie fans’ frustration when he bolted around the right end, decided to keep the ball and was sprung for the final dash by a superb block by halfback Jim Hartman. Tony Franklin added the extra point and later added a field goal of 36-yards to put it out of reach. Garth Ten Napel said, “They were good. They had the good pas ser. They never gave up. Asked about the difference between that three straight road trips, sometliiri; which possibly hurt the team last year (all three losses were on tit road). Ten Napel said, ’Weremi ture enough that we can liandlei this year. We knew they werecapr ble of beating us, we did what talk be done.” Bellard was pleased with all as pects of the game noting that “the were well prepared. ’ game and previous ones, he said, “It’s that home crowd.” Which brought up the crucial question of An unknown writer asked Bcllait how important was it for him top the first points on the scoreboard Bellard summed it all up. That not important. We re theonlyom that ditl score," he said. M M M m M M M M M m M m M THE PANTRY 3525 TEXAS AVENUE 846-6897 Natural Vitamins & Health Foods. Photo by Andy Hollingshead Garth Ten Napel puts stranglehold on Kansas State QB Joe Hatcher. RAY B0MNSKIE BODY SHOP 409 Burnett Bryan 823-7219 FREE ESTIMATES! WE DO INSURANCE WORK TOO. • * ■ • * * * « * • • • • • * * * « « - ft--» * OMBUDSMAN If you have a question or com plaint regarding news coverage please contact our Ombuds man’s office between 6 and 11 p.m., Monday through Thurs day. We established the office to help you with problems re quiring the attention of any top editorial personnel of The Bat talion. Call 845-2611 or write Ombudsman, The Battalion, Texas A&M Univer sity, College Station, Texas, 77843. ■f FRESHMEN V" ill •'b I :n ill I I if! . I! i'- % :: i Make certain your photograph is in the 1976 Aggieland. 1 Fish makeup photographs will be taken Oct. 6 - Oct. 10 at University Studio in North Gate. I Dress: Civilians - Coat and Tie • Corps & Fish - Class A Winter • Coeds - Optional ■Is -•v: ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ university studio 115 college main northgate 846-8019 j ■ F