The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 17, 1957 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, June 17, 1957
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Iffffo Ucrffu* Roundup~. ,.. LJ Red Sox Stop Yanks T.iitJ» T,e»sueri in th« B-C-V j with Ur.nt Karri* blasting a Io6p ft their mid-season rest home rim for the winners. thi.« week, »• they will be off The TailtwiKtera ouUcored until Jim* J»th for Boy Seont th* Braves, 1 j-d, in AngletMl'a t amp. whi)« league* in free second gam* Friday, port, l,ak« Jaekton, Angleton I Tex»« League result* in Lakt and Wtst Columbia win be fo-;.ia(-ki«9n found the Tigers clip- in*; full blaM. 'pin*; the Athletics by a 19-14 DoublehMder* will b* re«led i score while the Senatars got of in freeport, l,»ke Jackson 'past the Redlegt by a 1T-14 and Angleion tonight, while : count. WMt Columbia will «*nd up a twiitbill Tuesday night to join the other county leagues. PVMport'i JiT, race gets »tarl- ed In round number two tonight with th* Cue* taking on the 'Kasjlei in th« major phase of sction. The Cubs dropped a 6-.1 championship gam* to the Hed Sox last week in th* (am* for Treeport's first half flag. flonnie Ray flrtd a 71-72 Am.ricsn League learn* will 143 for 34 holes over th* Free- tie on th* firing line in Angle-iporl golf course last Thursday Ion tonight while I*ke Jarkaon i and Friday to win th* first •will put National League teams tournament on the Brazosport on th* filed. :Summer Recreation Program In a Ion* Freeporl gam* last ! I^on Tullas, who heads both Friday night, it was the Kagl«.«' golf and tennis for the summer dropping their ninth straight program, announced that a eee- »j th* Bobcat* took a 4-1 -winiond golf tourney would prob- ivhile Bryan Johnson went all ably open early this week the way to get the pitching win.; Sevetal tennis matches are ; .lahnny Gsston *nd Van Sal- «l*o scheduled for the manyi mans worked on th* mound for • Braiosport youths that hare ' the winlem Eagles. b«pn interested in this nhas* Singles by Johnny Adami of the recreation program and Ronnie Griffin, along with Placing behind Hay with a * pair »f walka and an error.' 1 +7 was Robert Bosarg. while resulted in thr** run« in th*, Max Fuhon finished in third i second inning for the Bobcats, 'place. No flight* were held in' Th* BaglM got tlielr lone run 'his opening meet for youth*' in the fourth while the Bobcau under 14 vears of age or Birl« ! added their final count in the Between 30 and 45 youthful I flNh- *olf*r» have been showing up Bratoria moved towards th* it the Freeport links each d«v top of th* B-C-V Llttl. League to lake up the free lestons and standing* as th»y broke a two- practice rounds, game losing itreak by besting Around 20 to 25 have been Jone* Creek, S-l. ihe Gilt Course and Se Lawrenc* Obenhou** han- "'or High courts for .ft.rnnnn died th. pitching chores for J. sessions in tennis. lwrno °n A. Warny'a nin* whil* Brnnr „ - - - — . _ • Amason and Larry Wil.i.m,! Bo/ City, Alvirt fl? T99H- til Ronnie Ray Winner In Golf Meet Bay City fall* fo HM N/n» Haymrt »fia ttmti* optfnty, Mona»y 3m* 17,1967 •a* » * » » M Wi ^r A* * p.m. Saturfa?, the Lake . Wett Columbia In BrtKoria *•»•• V J*>us> UHtVaiVamj) U1C IJtlM Jackson Cardinal! found them.* Iselvei with a. 1-0 win over Bay City and thus remained close th* heels of league leading n me, %>uauitii*iM jm 01 (1KVI. Ji County's Major Teen-Ag« base ball scramble. The take Jackso* Saturday night victory, whteh will Win Thr«*» Straight.... Gators Sweep Houston Meet By sweeping thr** WMkan yictoriet, the Lake Jackson Oa ora added the two-daj^ Houi on Softball Tout rismen champlonahip to th«ir list c 1»57 winning) and pushed thei won-lott mark to * growing 29 Tht Gatorx climbed ove Continental Motors by a 10- six "inning count in th»ir fir» appearance, cams back to nil Hillafd'« Cafe J.J irt tha semt finals and gtin • Sunday nigh final shot. Holly Produce, with Roi vick handling the pitching, wa the Gatori foe in th* finals imd Ihey came out with a 2-0 win by touching Vic*, a former Oa lor - eight safe blows. Weldon Haney, who started wo of the gamta and relieved n th« third, «ot all three winn against only two setback*. Haney had 28 strikeouts for [the 16 inning* he worked, urn gave up but three hits. Haney towed a no-hitler past Continental Motors in the opener as the Oatora took an easy 10-0 victory. Backing up lor shared th* mound chores the Braioria Amanon cracke<l * two-run homer jn the firm inning to put the Rebels Into a quirk margin. .Tons* Creek got their lone run in th* forth inning. Marvin Qu»v« pitch«d thr inr«» gam** ia Clute Braves to * 8-0 shutout rank, in* „,, in ?,_ v "~, th * ir cro -«*- 1 w n rivals. loop » r e on r, n m Mr.™-!, the Clute Dodgers, in th. only Count,- Teea A., i 7 other B-C-V game Frida>. ,, izh " ,,£?.',f!, ""I"* «*Truman Franks worked on ."f^ * /Ul1 w »«*«n<l of the mound for the Dodger* and suffered the loss. Dale Morgan and Donni. Peters bi.etf-d doubles for the winnmc Jrsves. Games in Lnke .l.ckson's American League race found the Indians winning from the /White Sox. 10-3. Jimmy Geor - 'ing worked on the mound for the Indi.ns and ulso knocked a horn* run to aid his own cause. George Koenning pitched and batted the Red Sox to a 5-1 W/HJ~T J^ors Play Tonight •Pare on ,.„ m B r."rU ^nr on! v* „*!'""' ° f tWO ""'I 1 }™*'" ««m* in"*." J»,^,~"5 : l.«'te Jackson's **pu«t« Ju «">r T-A loop will have on. fame, thai matching th* Pi- rale, against ih« Giant* m a •• pm. (angle Other Junior g»m«« will semf the Velaxe Yankees to !,IOM« >',eid to meet the Fre«- Poct Warrior* in a count/ Ju. nmr game. The Freeport Redskin* travel to West Columbia Junior win over th* yanks in Jackson's second game . American loop card Friday night. Koenning dammed a three- run homer in th* third inning in the other county contest Lak* senior arUon will b. outside ""• ih. Braxosport a.u but it matches the two !«ad*ri a* it lend. Aivin fo Bay City. B.% cfl.r it unbeaten Triday night action in leton's Nations! leagu. Dodgws blankiu) th* Li vnj- the Braiosport fishing wa« onthe slow aide over the past weekend as rough and muddy waters held down both inland and deep i*. remit*. Activity wai heavy a;ouud all favorite inland ..poi« foul »h* r.fults were scare, wiih • few irout and »ig caught from the Salt „., and oth*r sections in mat area Several ixMtswert In th* Old Brazos River are* over the weekend but activity in that been expected. losing only on*. In Lak* Jackson •en-Ag* gam* Red So* took th* meeitiVe'or tn. RianU U r a 14.1 sew*. nonni. Good slipp^ , on ,. tier pa.t th* Clanta in pick- Sox U » P nd had"]J^tXouta 'in Jerry Whlteker '"-a's Hie Ginat loser and g* v . llp el gh t i hit* for the night. Truman 1 Thompson knocked * Q0 uble ^'^^mr'uf^h": *™A£££™* Thompson robbed th* Gianta of a hit by making a diving jn | catch of a U»ll and then throw BlKJUI l« race) Full Program On West Col. Summer Card Teen-Age baiball, girls' softball, horseback riding, swim.-,'-" • — - "' ">• ai County s,mor Tew.-Age race . o. a pe as tttty walked past Lake Jack- know, are in store for West Co VMI b v • «fw._d. i itmKt ^ ..«... B i,^ ii. * ____ • > """*. »» d . ym. folf lessons, shop «»P « all off. a pet by a 10-4 score. Avm opened the season '"— to West Columbia. J-I, lumbla youths this week in |their summer recreation pro- a, '" * xlr * innings, but reveised An elementary girls' noftbali mat loss by beating West co-[ doublenMd * r wil1 l"» held thij . at the plate wat Jim lembree, with two hlte, while larvejr Whitehead, Lefty Un- lerwoad, O e o r g e Keening, 31enn Llppman, Id Brannan ind Haney himself had single Jlows ably be their eailert of the summer season, came when Bay City was unable to field nine playeri deadline. The fame, which wai scheduled for freeport's Lions Field, therefore went to Lake Jaekton by a 1-0 forfeit count. Lake Jacklon player*, which barely reach th* limit, umpires and a large gathering of Saturday night fan* were on hand to watch the expected clew con- teat. However, Bay City, with i*v- eral of the Major T-A baseball- era in Austin for the KCAA rack meet, were only able to put seven eligible player* on he field. r After the game had been officially called off, Bay City picked up a Mir of outsiders and played a three inning practice tilt with the Lake Jaekton rew. This was the extent of Sat- David Stevens had a pair of Freeport hit* while Willie Davenport and Leo Wlecxyk got bynhe « p.m. doubles for the night's Work. Getting singles were Smitty Nelson, Nixon and James Harvey. Coulter worked the first .1) Innings end gave up the three WC hits while Nixon took over for Freeport and finished, The Freeport-West Columbia game that was scheduled bscK on June 5th, which was rained out, will be played at Lions Field on Friday, June 21. In the three inning practice game between Bay City and Lake Jaik.ion laat Saturday, -. , _,„ . s was e exen o at- Agtiwt Hillard'i the Oatora urday night baseball in conn- irl +rt ASVT\A •£*•*»•* K^Ut^J *.« I 4_ *T>.*k- A »_ i _ . iad to come from behind to v.-in the final berth. Dink Mlad- efika started on the mound for take Jackson and went the rirat five inning* while Haney 'ook over in the final two. Hlllard's used a couple of lits in the first inning to gat their tWo runs and get off to a quick 2-0 margin. LJ came back n the second te score one, when Haney and Hembree hit back to back singles. Still behind, LJ pushed home ty Teen-Age circles. Wert Columbia, unbeaten in two Major T**n-Ag« outings. will play host to Bay City in • Tuesday game whife the two Braiosport rivalf, Lake Jackson and Pr*«|)ort, tangle from Lion* night. , Field on Wednesday . Freeport will ho«t West Columbia Friday in a makeup gam* and wilt then travel to the hosting LJ Cards took !-0 win. JPat Hunt worked on th mound for Lake Jackson whil ceaser Hernandez handled th pitching for Bay City. Hernan d»r. had tossed a nn-hiiter a Freeport In his last pitchin appearance. o Freeport Clips WC Freeport'a Port Cafe semi pro* registered their first win n three starts Saturday after noon, by hammering out a 6-: victory over West Columbia. Joe Truasel and Raymonc when an error. Rusty Koenig singled md Haney walked to lead the .am* mm win men travel to Joe Trussel and Raymond Bay City on Saturday, June 22. | McReynoldi handled the pitch,_».,„. .._„,.. Lake Jackson draws West Co-ling for Freeport while Doug sixth inning jlumbla in a Lions Field famuJBalkum, TCU's ace righthand- was safe on next Saturday to wrap u» aler, worked the entire nine inn ]or loop. _, ._ „ ^ uf , u[r «i«L t VY uirvcu tuc Clinic ill ill playing card in the Ma-j ings for West Columbia. Deboy Williams lined out a ja«e». Brannan then socked a In a Major game last Friday three-run homer In the first Ingle to score a pair and give!night, the West Columbia entry inning to put Freeport off to «V 5*"°* ?•* *""• I hammered out a 7-0 shutout a quick Jump. The Port Cafe Mlad.nka worked five In- lover Freeport, thus remaining |nine tacked up four runs in the ngs and gave uo two hit. I unbeaten in th* Urn*, r.,.. opening frame to grab their - , a ings and gave up two hits | unbeaten in the Major race hile while getting teven strikeouts The Iocs was three straight s Haney got five on strlk** In for Fr.eport, who bagely he final two frames and gave ed a team against the West Co- P one hit. jlumWa entry, Haney spun a two-hitter In I Eugene Maroul went the en- he finals against Holly and tire distance on the mound for first win. During the gold rush of the 1880's, a ten pound beef steak sold for $48 a pound in Alaska. ad 10 strikeouts along th* even inning route, Th* Gator* ot their two lone runs In the xth inning to break up a II- ti*. H«ney hit a fielder's choice o More Koenig, who had dou- led, while Whitehead's single cored the final :ajawa came In .„ Hlv «.i i ul oas after the Gators sixth in- ng spree. The Gators „ ouston again Tuesday night it this time In a Trl-County ague game as th*y face Airne Produce. " ~..-. H.* »iiv (I1UUIIU West Columbia and gave up s«ven hlta while his mates were only able to get three off the Freeport twosome of Dickie Coulter and James Nixon. Two walks and a double by Kddie Joe Dor* accounted for a —-, o.., s . c P»lr of runs In th* third In- run. Julian | ">"«. while singles by Jimmy to pitch for Sc °" and Harry Kershaw slong with several walks, sent five runs home 'n the sixth. Freeport banged out hits or put rimers on base In nearly each inning, ' able. to get punch. move over but were never up . that scoring FREEPORT INSURANCE AGENCY OLDKST INSURANCE AGKNCT IN BKAZORIA COUNTY Phone 3-5262 1M W. Broad Fr**»ort »i a return g. m *, s . 2 s had game* rained Freeport and Bay Th* Sox racked up ft.- rune ID th* first frame and then went on fo wore ln ,|. moat **ch inning to notch th*lr Hi* only rBAK-SS"""* *" w1 ""' TMK NBW SKN8ATIONAL Can Lubricated Weil. In *»*/»( MoUen MOTO - SWAY 11 nmcA rio.N "Ai TH* SAG.N or THK FLa-INU XKD HOKSIT PLANTATION D». MOBIL STATION Karl Laird HI PLANTATION D».' I.AIil JACKSON facing th* with the Olarh Afgi*», while the Roughneck* battle the, in the second gime. This twin- bill starts at 4 p.m Junior will 1al-* Major nine* and will Tetn-Age baseball rver at 7:30 as WC Senipr T*en-Ag« play during the County Baseball Card BRAZOHIA COUftTT BASEBALL CARD Monday, June 17:— Little League— ' Fieeport — White Sox T« Yanks; Eagles vj Cuba I^ake Jackson fN) — Dodgers vs Braves; Phillies T» Cardinals Angleton (A) — Yanks •n Hotary; Red Son va Ki- wanls Tcpn-Age— Lake Jaelnon Junlort Pirate* va Gianta County Juniors Clute lit Freeport (Wariiors) Redakins at We«t Columbia County Seniora Alvin at Bay City Tuesday, June 18: Little LeagAie— Freeport — Redskini vsj Braves; Red Sox va Bobcat* Lak* Jackson fA) — Hex) Sox vs Indians; White Box vs YankeeH Anglaton (N) _ Taiitwlat- ew va Dodgers; Legion ra Braves West Columiba — Doubleheader at Galloway Field Teen-Age — Lake Jackson Junlort Cuba vl Red Sox County Stniora West-Col, at Treeport FIESTA JULY 4-T Get Find AH T.«T At Palmer's. AiithoriMg Dealer Johnson Outboard Meten Hwy S*rrk» aperta Heail<ja«rten Burner's BpoHIag deeds Clute 1-2411 Korseb*ck riding will b* on Tuesday atternoons, while «he I^t Show wil be Wedeiuday afternoon. A twinbill In the girls Junior-Senior League will com* Thursday afternoon. I. S. Golion, head of th* WC summer recreation pnigran^ lessons will be held at 8:JO a.m. now, SPECIAL SALE PRICM GOOD TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY JUNE 18th and 19th COOKS IATEX ENAMEL ool. $3.90 MATCHING ENAMEL at. $192 COOKS SHADOWTON FLAT ENAMEL aal. $4.95 Scrubbable, Odorlea, U»a Over Any Paint»bl« Surface M MO.OA.V. 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