The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 11, 1957 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, June 11, 1957
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V&,, out A 43 *I8. The Major tilt fhu» 6v*er*d tit county ba>*alS Litti* L**Sfu« IMtudeft-Mto* th* summef raft. A ! , ehife* V*n Hki flttt a taeif off *tt tftfclA&All tntittiwf f^HlM fal ItlftAfafF W i slated luck & Jus* ltd, bttt ¥«*** wuthet took can vt itoiit ftaifti h*v* a.iwai*y made a Big d«st itti botfi and Lfttf* league scheduled, arid how all t«a«s *aU to play *!ft*ip gatriti to finish before tournament tiffit rolls around. Th* touftty Ma. 6t loop are slated to wrap up their season oft July Jackson ju't Jjalof loots will be through on August 1st. Hearty an ift* LUift League *!«•* nuooghout itt* • county will ftftlih ttgular plar b*tw**d in* ftiddl* arid last of July. ••Some 6f th* league races might end up in a tie, thus bringing about a playoff for -a. tourney spot, Several putt- season tournament;, in both tht Teen<Age and Little League t, the Seniors clOS* down oft July-26, tftt-Lake tot through on July Jft wnil*. tfi« County ranks, are slated tor the county. rournetmenfs Due Here.... 4 . Lake- Jackson, Freeport, Angletoo and West Columbia are in Bile 'lor first rNirtd tourneys in the Little League ranks' witli We<t Columbia probably getting the regional LL jfnteiH f Majot T-A winner* will probably •* direct to th. , '.stale ietttnattMi, wkiefa tould very easily be in rreepoff. - Wwt CeluttbU. Frceport and Bay City could alto b« 1* ,' lift, for,* flitt round m**t in th. 8«niet loop, "\ ' Freepdrt, o* they did last season, will probably get the ., * Aid to ho*t a first round meet for Junior Teen-Age clubs that play throughout this area of the Texas Coast. :- With t&is lloeup of baseball, Br#-zoria County residents are In for a full card of regular season names and then Some fine tournamenu. From *erlr >ndieaHons In ih« T**n<Ag« ranks. It loaka at if safe* ^**t slot* tac** will d.T.lep. Bay City hat oftly \ plsyid on* gam* in »b* Srtiior loop, and th*y kitock*d deim ttk* Jacktttt by a ll-« count. „ , The SPOT* In tins E^me was 8-7 after d"3ly two inningi, ,'. but Bey City went on to add several more runs and com* * , up w_;th $tlt Hiitlal victory.. ^ , Jv ^?t*> P^t <?ltr »nd West Columbia have not feen any*ae- tlon in the. Major loop but they are- hoping to be>ftfe rain .' , and get in rc.iii games thia week. ' - ' ^ : _ WC lit Settlor loop.... : '' " West Columbia it riding berd cm Ike S**i*w 1***) at pr«t*nt, *• they ha«. won two sttaight whil. letlng ne«*. J They hold a »•! wU ov.r Alvln and look Fr**p*tt, winner -, «t Lake Javkinn. <-i. in their last outing. . . ^;,. The county JurJtr T-A race appears to b* on** of the beat balanted.leafU'i In the syttem. rive teams are playing Under the Junior t!i.g roa they seem to take turns knocking over the leiders. No team in this rsc* i* unbeaten, but they itill kav* «' long hard season in front of them, . **•'* • Keen competition in tbes* baseball races |o*a t*)'mak* bstttrbaU play*"s, and aa a result should aid high schools in building a better all-round athletic program. Problem At Lions Field..*. ' While oa ih« subiect .1 summer b*t*bali, w* wcraU v- like t. kting »«t a preblam that hi* er*pp*4 up at a*v*ral •f'fk* gam** from Lien* Ft.14. foe th* first tun* sine* Lions Field was built, a par'• wanent prew box, coniDlet* with a public address system, lu* b**n constructed. ,, 4 'Ihroufh th* work of D*Orvill* Kvans, head of th* Fm- poft-T**n-A<e, and Uiv co-workers, this worthy project waa completed, W*. alamr with many *ih*r Btta*«**rt sport iisw, <•*) Mat this new public add**** system i* sewetkisw tkat ik* •*•• should b* p:*ud ef. ,Hearty ail fan*. h»t« to go jo., baseball gam* and not kwiw T«*O Is batting, wSwwe pi\«hti|g» wfcio mad* a good catch or who hi| a homei-, h. But, now LJoos Field is equipped with a public address ayttem that will te«p fam, right ^p with tb* i Hewev**, ****ia) p^pl* it) tb* *r»» «| U*ni FUld i^K'f' **** *•*•*•»•* toskplclKi* tfaintt tWs MW twrU*. w* b«U»r* iktf tb* speaker sho\04 W t«nw4 eH at a sat. Ro/rt, .1 < r < Lait Saturday flight, Uk« J»clc*6h SM S>a*#t* 6oufltt Major ¥e*H-Af* b»»Birt rait 6« to a fast OfiC Of <h* lS6p* (tart by feitfii ait extra tt«iti» beior* L»k* Jatkftft pulled elarflSft«ry giHSj •wa _____ oftd Win b» t* fMi In Ji ana S*ww nigh ~ get*, HottffttttfS wiff S* wftte B., tsaniWr whtt* tttt blfty\ - ' two «4tne« on ttft* afterfiden, lite* Rat/ Sox Cubs Ho Only flv* inntegi wll be j>1*y* ed lit e»ex iatat, tntt hoidlftg true Ift both l«guM. PUyifi* for thft ietgu* Oi*H« are BltU*Nettet*, SartiM, Suite Suford, P»t«y Ofttvie, J6y«e Phillips, i K»thy Bro*B, Candy McMurry, i In Free Shoran Bo*ak, Lynn We«t-! brooks, Pat*y Polk, Joan S«r- irom, Linda Jordan and Darline MeClven. Th* Dodger* will field Linda Clements, Sbiela tVeit, Shirley worked ofi e 2a«M The cob* the secoiW. the third, three White. Shoran Sell, Dorij Tanner, Bertha Verrett, Kay tieed, A wselc wa* taken . nl ft ?-3 tie. Been* -and then a p«ir Lake JackSOfl for Boy Scout« puiner in this camp, but now the two major . Ted Suttertield itirted on league* and the three minor managed tneir ie mound for the Warriors, loops will run until th* sea. , ho, now stand J-3 in loop. hue Terry Box came on to tch in the fourth inning for son's closing, which Is around *8 cracked out three-run fourtS the middle of May. Results in the American lone to pace them at found the Bed Sox beating the the winles* fr Glut* added two hit? ItftH Irtt inning, singles by aftd Bednc, *ui were tiot»"abtt ~ score. Al Cay pushed home 's «r»t»jfun, as h«>,«in* bottom of tKe scored on a pass White So*, 7-4. Games in rreeport had the Cubs winning from, the Eagles, first round lUrdsay night ft-2, and thus remained or. top Houston'Nine bands! Wives! TestFreeoort ire du*'to move in t>»t«j r , _ Sathryn Walker, ttaxine Johnson, Peggy Jo Charline McRtght, and No Vertett. Shere VonCannon, Wta Cotton, Carolyn Wffllifn*, Sheila Janf ord, Brenda Oearihg, Clara roster, Lorett* D*mpsey, Judy tanice , Emilia Vail are team members of the RougbjMck*. Th* ? Aggies vim have Jody Oolson, Bobbie Warenke, June Dickerson. Donna Sue Knight, Jane Lewis, Sharon Kapluski, Bella Williams, Cathy Berth- * * * * The Junior-Senior Schedule includes: Thursday, June 11: Rooster* v* Dirty Birds; Dirty Birds vs Buxards. Thursday, June 20: ! Buzxards vs Boosters; Dirty Bitfl* v*OT6oJters. / ^ursdajv .Juft* Jr! r Buzxards vs Dirty Birds; Rooster* vs Buzzard*. " .July 1L uttttdj; lirds. Dirty B'irds'vs "Roosters; Buzzard t vs Roosters, bursdayv July Jl RoosteM vi Blii ztrd* »* Dirty Bfi HOW TO A their heated race with the led Sox. The Xagles have yet to win a t.L game. The White Sox turned back the Hed*kira.,H^, in.the Free. Freeport tohigf.t .end* th«Red Sox and Bobcat* playing off a 0-0 tie, while the openei Mill pit two farm Club nines after -each other. - / ' Action ovetvtn Aitgleton .„, night found th* Yankees' Win« d*U Been* comlnt: up with a 8-0 shutout Over th* 1 had <va» the thf Klwfni*. he RotarianV CaWrlght winft«'an<) Morrl* suffered the 10**. ' will be reel< "-' I^k* ' We»t .'Columb aemt-pro ba «am tonight, in a nine*; duel from Lions Field. The- action will get under- war at • p.m. First year Freeport is being sponsored, by the Port Cafe and thU.-wlll be their second game of the season. They dropped a SHFE THEFT jtAhf- the'opener list 5HFE FIRE HAVE A.... CAREFREE VACATION^! I , ;' ,v,i .. L^ JOM wh«n you aw aw»jr. Safer thaii «aah , , , ao<J as good «» cash any4 in tfee world. Issued in corji a Ibrg tijn* and should b* * an «»}»• nubjtct belor* wpi«tiun| is decided. "*i&UP ' 's *"t4"i 4»4 ^^..^•ww.t.^t^LiI.,. • CONSTIPATED ( T)i4t,<;M«i>9lw 1*M th*»f«B'4 Ail*. If *«•

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