The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 21, 1983, Image 10

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M Page 10/The Battalion/Monday, March 21 1983 Cal-Fullerton shuts down Aggies Softball team loses twice to Titan Do you have a musical background and an interest in classical music? Come to the ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING of the CLASSICAL MUSICIAN S GUILD Tuesday, March 22 7:30 p.m. Room #206 MSC by Frank L. Christlieb Battalion Staff Playing with little rest and many miles of traveling logged during the past week, the No. 2-ranked Aggie Ladies’ softball team lost both games of a dou ble-header with No. 3 Cal-State Fullerton on Sunday in Fuller ton, Calif. The Titans shut Texas A&M out in both games by scores of 1 -0 and 3-0. Texas A&M, in the midst of a week-lo^ig trip through Califor nia, has a season record of 8-4 after the two losses. Last week, Texas A&M played in the Soon er Invitational Tournament in Norman, Okla., winning three games and losing one. The tourney featured 24 teams divided into six pools of four squads each. In pool play Thursday,, Texas A&M defe- SPRING SPECIAL Possible club activities include: • performance for mutual listening enjoyment • informal coaching on technique and interpretation by faculty or local musicians • music recitals Get into bikini shape with aerobic exercise. One month of classes for $25. Call 696-7180. BODY DYNAMICS Exercise Studio ated Ohio State 5-0 on Lori Stoll’s one-hitter, as shortstop Carrie Austgen had four of Texas A&M’s seven hits. Stoll, w ho struck out 13 of 28 batters, lost her no-hitter with two outs in the sixth inning when an OSU player hit a bloop shot into right field. Texas A&M silenced Illinois State 2-0 Friday morning and Missouri 4-0 Friday afternoon, but had to play in the champion ship bracket that night. The Aggie Ladies lost 2-0 to the Oklahoma State Cowboys, whom they had defeated in last spring’s Association for Inter collegiate Athletics for Women national championship game. OSU scored one of its runs in the fifth inning, as the Cowboys’ first batter doubled to left field, but the Aggies’ Cindy Foster allowed the ball to roll past her and to the fence. The run scored to make it 1-0. The Cowboys’ other run scored in the sixth inning on two singles and an error. In Sunday’s double-header against Fullerton, Stoll lost the first game on a crucial error by right fielder Linda Lancaster. After the Titans’ Elise King walked, she advanced to second on a passed ball on the Aggies’ © 1983 Miller Brewing Co'., Milwaukee, Wl M l MIGHT GET WORKED UR BUT I DON’T GET RUED UP!” John Madden Gay McNutt. The next Fullerton batter popped out, but when center fielder Tobie Perkins singled into right field, Lancas ter charged the ball and lost con trol of it. By the time she threw the ball back to the infield. King had scored the only run of the game. Stoll struck out 10 of 20 bat ters she faced, giving up a hit and a walk. On the other hand, the Aggies managed only two hits while leaving three runners on base and committing two errors. In the second game, Shan McDonald gave up another un earned run in the first inning, as the first Titan runner walked and advanced to second on a single. But Austgen, fielding a grounder, attempted to throw the runner out at third and threw wildly, allowing the run to score. McDonald pitched only 1 'A innings, as her shouldft the second inning. StoHl placed her, walked tklf lerton batter inthethiK and the Titans’ Sue La home run to knock runs. Of the 21 battenStfiBy she struck out nine,whiM nald had one strikewH 1‘A innings. Texas AtW [list three hits and left itJp ners on base. Stoll and McDonuH have 4-2 records enttMl day’s 2 p.m. double-hodH U .S. 1 nternational UnntH S.m Diego, Calif. HtH I .aches will play the I'niTf |qe J San Diego on Tuesday and Cal Poly-PonnH Wednesday .it ft-*|**e I’omiui.i, ( ,iiii. wmi: Texas A&M with the Pony Invitati weekend in Fullerton. USFL: BanditM Breakers win United Press International New Jersey coat h Chut k Fair banks knew what had to Ik* done. With his Generals 0-2 going into their home debut and quar terback Bobby Scott nursing a sore shoulder, Fairbanks knew Herschel Walker had to run the ball early and often. The Tampa Bay Bandits also knew, however, and were more prepared to slop Walker than the Generals were to spring him. Fiolding Walker to 39 yards on 19 carries and getting three touchdown passes from John Reaves and two I Ds from Greg Boone, Tampa Bay cruised to a 32-9 win over the Generals Sun day at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. “I think it was obvious early that Herschel wasn’t going to run very far on us." Bandits coach Steve Spurrier said alter his team improved to 3-0 before a L SFI. record crowd ‘‘I saw Herschd \ knocked backward ar I don't know if you'vi happen much, I kn vent." In other games Su nver upset Chicago Boston edged Washi 16. ()n Saturday night topped Michigan354 /ona dumped Los A: 14. I he Philadelphia the Birmingham tonight to completed third week. At Chicago, quartfi Johnson scored ona 1 out with 18 secondsk Denver in a driving si Johnson's touchdown 70-yard drive and c 4th-and-l alter the held for three plavsiti own 3-vard line. aspe< luyl Lew is mild like ) 'their mba rk o lents in lent Mussim ttlg more ova Wild aim and ne to see i his He irov sho It doe; :umble at an to win nd hot loubars atstsiin Legjona Dint we leir pla Sue 1] eadly w ay nigh Hous ow anc larylau attirdai Lakers clinch playoff berth tate in inova, w :are to ck ace the It United Press International INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar may have his critics, but don’t count the Dallas Mavericks’ Mark Aguirre among them. “Tell all those people who say he doesn’t go all out that I wish we had him,” Aguirre said Sun day night after Abdul-Jabbar scored 6 of his 23 points in the final 4 , A minutes to lead the Los Angeles Lakers to a 1 17-1 10 vic tory over the Mavericks. The win clinched a playoff berth for the Lakers and gave them the season series 3-2 over Dallas. It was also their fifth vic tory in a row at home. “I wouldn’t care if he never played defense,” Aguirre said. “We’d play for him. He's the best in the league withoutafl He's the only playerwIwB 80 percent shot stretch. He can hit thatl>( percent of the time.’’ Despite the victory, coach Pat Riley appointed his team wan to hold onto a 67-501 lead. The Mavericks nl| take the lead midwayi the final quarter, fore Abdul-Jabbar cotd his (i points. tm “We have to put tea® especially y oung and eiun tit teams like Dallas,"RikR “i** n^.i l:ic.^ It’s called killer instinct" didn’t have that. Actually^ ven t had it all season,aJ [)l S we managed to pull oulfESI , the games in which couldn't hold big leads.' tory r C MARCH SPECIALS Any Burger with fries. 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