The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 20, 1957 · Page 3
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BrftMtport MM! Braiori* CMnMy, Jus* M, IffiT THE FACTS Nacogdoches Boasts Fine East Texas Country Club Win fsf Mo/or Teen-Age Game Freeport Beats LJ, 4-2 Fr«port> Major Teen-Age Optimist* bounced b»rk from Hire* utriight defeat* to oin a rude 4-2 defeat on th* Lake Jickson Majors in * league fame last night Field. -m the j»me diamond Saturday light. Junior Teen-Af?? clubs get nlo the county and area pic- , ure tonight as they will be from Lions i playing j n Freeport, Lake .Tack' ion, Angleton and Clute The \ntf^ was niirnb"^ twoj Only other Teen-Age action i i "'last night found Bay City pick-1 jthu* adding a little more of taut to the hole. The: green itself i* well guarded by traps as * targe jand trap is located ipn the Jill be while Lake Jackson host WC BHAZOIUA COUltTY TEEN-AGE •A8E1ALL 8f AHDmO* Thraufh Tu««daj. Jul T II Major Taati-Aga Taam * Went Columbia * a—..l«« * (Edltor'1 Kola—Thia It tha tartnth In a larlai of Hilda* br Wlllard Wood on hit lap II golf holai acro*i Tax**.) B T Wlllard Woo* Putting becomes a pleasure,' r jgj, t side and that will at least most of the time, after C at c hin* all f«de« or ulicw. you reach the green on No. 7 Tw 0 good drives could reach at the Nacogdoches Country th j s ^ ree n, but both balls have Club in F.ast Texan. < lO b»> well hit. Should you hit But getting to this green is you'- second 'hot too long you not like hitting the ball on a could be in lots of trouble by practice tec. going over the green or into jLaRe .lacl First of all, th*. green l» the trap*. - (»? L '7 around 48X yards from that; If you play it »«fe and hit Freepon tee thus making th* hole a t short on your second shot, try- , _ ft par five. The fairways are real Ing for >. good chip and a birdie , w «t V.°'i. ' i n,,. rit. narrow and like all other East putt, you could quickly get In-l^aK* •I»<*«« )ri '— B *J 'J- 1 'Texas clubs are lined with tall : to trouble by punching a nine, w *"- ^ *~,I. fc.-,Ii _,_. i I iron or wedge into the. trap. ' ,i!t **" m ** , Clean straight shots from tee.F rlda r—'t»- v " ;to green are therefore a must! West Col. at Freeport .Saturday—T<:ly 22 get on j Freeport *t Bay City Uhat green you have tha pleas-'.. , . lire of putting on one of the Monday—.luly __ bent kept bermuda grass greens this paTfive al"Naco«doche« is!In th* »tate. quite colorful and is usually! This Is only a typical hole enjoyed by all who have had;on the fine Nacogdoches layout, i •?••' *-"" •troll thii 485 , and each year several playeri Alvln i from this area are on th* entry lift for their annual tour- , , nament. because of their fin« Ij * kt Jackson golf course and East Texas hos-' „ _.. L Y , r . V- i pitality. .Bay City 4—West Col ; Edilat'i Nat* — fUealTinf na Ineama Iran than arlie- 0 Ask anyone that play in Kast Texas tourneys or h«vf> walked nine holes in that area and they j when playing this hole, •will be quick to tell you that | However, after you a straight ball frum tee to green is a must. Besides being a hard hole. th« chance to yards or more. The fairway on this hole Is quit* hilly and with the tall pines crowding the boundary, it makes a flay He almost impossible after your tee shot. A large hill, which it behind | a big sand trap, is some SO yards In front of this green, laa, lha amataur «ta»ui •< Waad eamiat ka ]aaaar4lia4. Story On Riverside .... iBay City 9— Freeport 0 ' Alvin 10—Like .lackton 4 ' Camiiif Gamaa j Friday—July 31 I Wett Col. at Lake Jackion I Saturday—July 33 ! Bay City at Alvin Monday—.July 24 Gulf coast rains have been|ple of weeks, we hope to have 1 Lake Jackson at WC a big headache to construction i a good spread on the Riverside Tuesday—-Inly 25 crews at Brar.oria County'! j layout. Alvin at Freeport newent Country Club, Fiver-1 The Facts artists are making side, but with a break in the* a drawing of the entire River- Braaaria CountT weather thingt should start to; side courje, which should gjve i Jimiat Taan-Afla pick up. i * re * folks some idea on how' T««m * Don Wll»on. the Facts pho-;the IB-hole links and other Clule > tographer, and yours tnily. i things will look like. Velasco were guests of the Riverside i From all early indications the folks last Sunday afternoon; golf course will be one that and with the touring service of |the pros will enjov playing and George Driskill, Ray Holm-1 w* look for a couple of fine berg and Frank Wilson got a ' tournaments in years to come good look >t the club. |on this course. We got down neveral notes i Keep up with the Facts and while Bon came up with somt watch for the story on the new fine pictures and within a cou-1Riverside Country Club. jfor Lake Jack«on, but keeps o „„. _. H ,_. [them in second place behind ing up their fourth straight vic- unbeaten We*t Columbia. Free- j tory j n th(! senior race as they port draws the league-leaders climbed over Alvin, 2-0, o n the in a Lions Field game Friday I two . hit pitching of Domingo Martina*. Lefthander Leo W I e c ». y k started on the mound for win- ining Freeport last night, while j Larry Stephen?, the Anglcton 'product playing for LJ. took iover early mound chores for the T,f Optimist.*. Lake Jackson, v/ho holds a L 3-2 extra-inning win over 0 Freeport, started ea^ly by 1 bunching a pair of doubles in 2 the first frame for a single run. J Jessie Hitbatts hit the first pilch of the ball game for a ;rtoub!e and then raced home ;when Jerry Spence doubled. ! Freeport took advantage of jthe Stephens walks in the first •nnning to pick up one run and itie the game as they loaded | the bases on walks asd errors. I Manager Jimmy Sharp's i Freeport nine broke up the 1!l tie in th* thitd inning as ISmitty Nelson lined a hard double down the third base line and went to third on a single by David Stevens. '• Willie Davenport was then hit with a pitched ball to load the bases for Freeport with on- one out. Johnny Henderson then singled short to left field I but pushed home Nelson with Freeport's second and tic ; breaking run. i Again in the fourth inning i Freeport added a single run to .push the score to 1-1. Wlec/yk [started off by getting hi* with i ly one out. Johnny Henderson pats ball and then scored when Stevens hit a long double to right field. Steven* was ptitout at third trying to push a double I into a triple. Pat Hunt came on to pitch WC vs LJ at Freeport T»»m West Columbia i Freeport HURDLER JIMMY Allr.d will b. on* of thi Brnioiporl •ntrltt In ih< apaninf Junior Olympic track m*«t tonight in Pasadena. Suminar Gjlf Coat! track iquadt. in which baft and oirli :,l all tgat ar> Included, will ba on hand tor th« long list of •rant*. Tha Ragtonil Junior Olympic maal wil'. ba held at Bratoiporl't Hopptr Fitld. coming Itiar (n iha lumrfiar montht. L ft 1 3 1 4 lavcee Tournament . v **J *'*'. West Columbia Warriors <F1 2 i 0 Redskins IF' 140 L*la*t Haiult* . WC S— Warriors 1 Clute 8—Redskins J WC 11—Redskins I Ceminf Cama* i Thursday—lune JO ! WC at Glut* ! Velasco vs Red«kms Monday—July 24 Warrior* vs Redskins at Fpt Many of the iam« youtru'ulj Velascc at Clute golfer* will be trying for play- for Lake Jackson in the fifth inning and shut the door on Freeport. In the sixth Wleczvk issued three straight walks with only one out and Dickie Coulter cama on to pitch for Jr. Olympic Meet Opens In Pasadena Coulter nipped the Lake off spoti in this meet th*t en- th* Junior Amateur Lak* Jackib* luniori T.*i» W Red Sox 4 Cubs 2 Giants J Piratei 0 Lata*l rUiult* 2 Tim« I* drawing near for Brazoria County youth* to itart thinking about the itate wid* Jayoe Golf Tournament qualifying round* will bel'«reo held at th* Freeport Golf! Championship Tournament. Count but th* Lake Jackson | Bo Dearman, Ronnia Pay, Jayceese. who back the meet; Robert Bosarge and Tommy Etin this area and send tha win-ji« were th* players entering ners to the staU to not announced the The four low players in the qualifying rounds. Freeport event will be given a ; Dc-arman and Ray were mem- frea trip to Midland/on July bers of the 1957 Exporter ten- 11-Aug. 1. for the state meet. lor high golf squad. Players from Aiiglelon, Swee- ' The top players in the Hous- nv. Old Ocean. West Columbia ton event, which will b* held and the Jra/osport area thav on the Golfcrest Country Club. Monda>—.luly 24 ar* under 18 yearn of age, are will advance to th* national eligible to take part in th* 18- meet in Washingatn, D. C., on gnu ln» will- I* <nr»« I..* piajci:* <Mllclll>» f , ourney, have from Freeport and they will be Bed So» M-U.anl» dates. ! in Houston on July 2nd to start p!*, n ^ <T"p,"]!! n holes of qualifying. iJuly 17 through JOth. 0 Coming Gamai Thursday—luly 20 Cubs vs Giants Friday—July 21 Red Sox v« Pirate? Red Sox v» Cubs Tuesday—July 2S Gian-s vt Pirate* Unless th» wester man has hpavv sbo\ver* cooked up for :h«- Texas Gulf Coast tonight, hundreds nf youthful Junior Ohmpir performers will br in . , n • u . .u M- Pa'adena for the summer's .ackjon rally a, he got the J.- f , k nwt nal two batters on s'rikes Freeport added their final ,nm in the bol'om of the sixth ' when a walk ar.1 »n overthrow atfirst on a fielder'sc hoice 'ended up in run number four for the Freeport OptimiM!. I Lake Jackson got a big (chance to get back in the thick 'of the game in the last inning as Coulter walked three after getting two on strikes. A fourth walk sent one run home Jimmy Carroll went riou-n strikes to end tha rali.t. Wlerzjk. the winner, and Coulter slipped a three hiltpi past Lake Jackson while Freeport only managed to pirk up 'our hit«. three coming in the third inning by on Tonieht's outs'anding lineup of event.", which is for both boys and girl?, will be wparat- ed in four divisions, with the seniors getting the sootlight. expected to be the sorint riupl betv een Pa<aoei,a's B-rt Coan and B;v town's Lynn Grav. Hra?oria County will have Bra7oria. We«t Columbia, Angleton. and Sweeny, with several individuals expected AMBULANCE SERVICE Innlld PH. 5-25H BRAZOSPORT FUNERAL HOME l.M I-4KR THREE Appliances in On«_ that's T" th « 6AS Refrifl«ratorl it s H Refrigerator. freexer Automatic Ice Maker Buy a S«rvel for as little as a month. Makt, payments just like you pay your gas Jbill. 1. Rt'RIGERATOR has automatic defrost. F RfrZtR is separate, its own aoor. 1C F MAKER I makes, stores and serves Ice Circles automatically. ha< ™ moving part*—costs 40%, less to ^. •operau—has 10-year warranty (1 year on entire refrigerator, 9 additional v«r>ri on <-aled-'i See Se/vB/— world's WARD S CONOCO & APPLIANCES MAIN & SHANKS PHONE 5 8969 CLUTE, TEXAS „. Snots .... Anflalaai Junlori t Tee Meadowlake Country Club shape as the recent Gulf Coast Bankers members have been a busy showera have helped fairway* Jtycees group lately, »« they have been and greeni. ,Star» holding a membership drive. Our congratulations to Wil-' Latatl Ratulta which •>«, doing right wall, get- lard Wood on breaking his own Eagle* »— Bankers (I ting things started for their Freeport course record to- 18- Stan 14 — Jayceea S W J I I I I Corrective Movie SAN FRANCISCO — W — •Municipal Court Judge Clavton Horn placed fi\e women shoplifters on probation Tuesrtav with the stipulation they see t movie and write 200-cord e.« says on one ph,»e on Ihe film The JTIOVI": -The Ten Commandment* " The subject: Th* Euhih Commandmem: "Thous shall mot stgal." to pick up winning points m the one-day affair. From Pasadena the Junior Oivmoic track jrhetlule will shift to Houston, then to Bav- tr.'.vn and back to Angleton wnlle BraTosoort's Hopper Fi«ld will be the regional center. IJra?osport's Junior OUmpii «quad is under the din-rtion n! the summer recreation program <• ith Fla?h Walker hejrting the group. A campus [i.-->choloii l t i<<. lares thit bad sprm? weather helpurf rauiie those I'nuersitv of Illinois sinrtent riots. The noor, old weatherman—h« geti blamed for everything, even college kid dido*f! club tournament and playing ho!e<. Willairi had a fine .sn ;o in several v/eekly event*. *«t a new retord la«t Tuesday. A special tournament planned w<1 hld • «"»«•« to we the for Meadowlake will come off ^' erno ," th ' «'«*!» »' >"« •'«" on Jiilv 14 when they hold a ond r °" nd bllt had Just led Rhnd Bogey event, The entry "henj^h.^.ce on th. f.n.l nole fe* lor ihia 18-hole tourney will hopp ! <1 J n be tl. MradowlaW* oifvcinU »l»o announced that their Thursday night putting wuulil be held on the tint and third Thursdays. Plans are also being maiif for the club tournament, which appears will he held on ;he. early lall. Butch C'oileuidn in the chairman of llns grouu while Dr. Jack T»lor, Paul Shelly. Bob Clartt, hrn* Hill. Trxidy fleinenls. Op»'. 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