The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 20, 1959 · Page 9
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TH1 FAOTg Scrimmage Next Week... County A A _ ,Fall football workouts con- ttnuSd without a hitch in Sweeny, West Columbia and Afigleton AA schoolboy camps i-bi.\t the threat of rain has been present at both morning and afternoon drills. 4! Tht three Brazoria County li AA entries got workouts un'" flerway Monday morning and have', been holding two-a-day i sessions since. ,•! None of the three have any d scrimmage dates planned this weekend as it is against school- j I boy rules to scrimmage during the first week against another j A M n; 01 Oi H . ,J e! fi el vp A cj 1 • 21 At BchoW: • HoWever, most of the county clubs will be involved in some typexof scrimmage rounds ear- t! • VOSS ELECTRIC ..TRIM-EDGER • 1-3 HP Eleo. Motor • 12 Inch Cutting Blade • Motor Operates At Any Angle, Vertical or ' Horizons! • Jp|ischarces Away From Operator. _ Ask: About Onr 9/1 ft "5 FaHnershlp Flan Hr*T FREE DEMONSTRATION Ternu and Free Delivery WE . SAV SALES CO. •" Can OT 7-2055 Or Angleton XI 9-6500 ly next week. For the Bulldogs, Roughnecks and 'Wildcats, the 1859 season will open on September 4. Around 85 youths reported for work at Sweeny as Ed Waggoner 'got the Bulldogs started on the 1959 campaign. Sweeny will probably stage a scrimmage with some school in the Gulf Coast area next week but the announcement ori this will not be made until later. E. S. Golson welcomed around 65 hopefuls at West Columbia as the Roughnecks kicked off their gridiron program. The 'Necks get'their first taste of scrimmage warfare on Monday, August 24, when they travel to Lamar Consolidated. Bill Hamrick, pow trail boss of the Mustangs, has planned a four-way party on that date in which West Columbia, Deer Park, Conroe and his hosting Ponies will be involved. This foursome will get things started around 6 p.m. and all of the teams involved will battle against each other for a few minutes as"bbth offensive and defensive units will be playing under pressure. The Roughnecks also have a scrimmage date planned on August 29 with the speedy Bay City Black Cats, regarded as one of the strongest AAA teams'across the state. The Bay City entry can call on ten backfield performers that can, reel off a 10.5 in the 100-yard dash. Bay City has been picked as the top southern, team, in the AAA class. Many football experts are picking Bay Glty and the defending champion Breckenrldge Bucks to battle it out for the 1 FORMAL OPENING OF ! GRAY'S ;;HWY. 288 5 miw South of Angleton ¥ SATURDAY, AUG. 22 | DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF I RED NOVAK \|, AND THE SUNDOWNERS 9 P.M. $2.50 Per Couple AAA title in tha ttate *lnals| HermtoMowt end fcfe iteft «tc*rd. Work on fundamentals haslAngleion ai the state AA fln- been the feature, attraction for Uliatg frrtp tor their 10-gamg No Wormup Gomes.. Gators Prep For Regional No games but plenty of prac- champions will make up five llje appeared in store for the Lake Jackson Gators os lime drew closer for the 1939 Reg' ional Softball Tourna m e n 1 which is being planned for Houston. The Gators are the state champions of Softball,, as they recently took the Texas crown •with a 50-hour session thai resulted in nine games on the Brownwood program. From the state meet, the Gators and Brownwood, the champion and runner-np, are allowed to play in the Regional Tournament. The event will be unfolded in Houston on August 28-29-30 and will attract eight teams. In addition to the GatorsAmd Brownwood, Self Plumbing.oi Houston, OST of Houston and the Houston Metropolitan All-Stars In Victory, Loss At T-A Meet Freeport's hosting Harris All- Stars turned back West Columbia, 8-3, in an opening match on the Teen-Age Baseball Tournament being held here but then lost to Clute. The Clute group beat the All- Stars, 12-9, in one of the second round games. In the opener, the All-Stars scored an 8-3 win over West Columbia, with Percy Walker going all the way and getting credit for the victory. In a Little League game held In connection with the Teen- Age tourney, the Freeport Dodgers were a 13-6 winner over West Columbia. Additional tourney games will be .held tonight, while the finals are on tap for Saturday. All the games are being play- sd at Lions Field in Freeport DESIGNED KITH ACTIVE WS IN MIND! 31 AB I CA LEVI'S Double-Knee JEANS WEAR BETTER THAN ORDINARY JEANS Tougher than ever J Fortified with jnincle ESTER-X. this newest denfm used to LEVI'S Double-Knee Jeans keeps iu "like-new-' wearing qualities month after month-washing after washing-wearing after wearing! And that'i not all... Uvl'« Boys Jeans have permanently-fused double knees, double stitching throughout with ertra reinforcement at strain point*. They're vat-dyed and Sanforized, and come in sizes 4 to U Regular, 4 to 12 Slim. Unconditionally guaranteed, of course. Stoct up new for ichool.. . ^^••••^B* West Columbia & Uki Jacksoil of the entries. City Softball champions from Dallas, Fort-Worth and San Antonio are the other three that will send teams into the regional double - elimination tourney. Being the defending champions, Selph Plumbing got a quick pass into the regional wars while'OST is ierving as the host*. The third Houston entry will be the Metropolitan champions. ' Both Jackson Sporting Goods and The .Welcome Inn are currently in the race for those honors. For the take Jackson entry, they will face the Houston city kings in an opening round game on Friday, August J8, at 6 p.m. After their rugged slate, of games at Brownwood, LJ manager Les Tolbirt is expected to start workouts for his troops this.week. Hbwever, no games are on the program until the Friday, August 28, game In Houston. To give them added hitting power the Gators have added Ken Isenberg to their staff. Isenberg is • the outstanding catcher from the Corpus Christ! club and is considered one oi the top Softball hitters on the Texas city team. For the Gators, .Isenberg will probably play in the outfield when he is not catching. Paul Brown, Gene Silver and Ross Vick will handle the mound work for the Gators in the Regional wars. This threesome allowed onlv six runs in 71 innings of softball or in nine games at the Brownwood classic. Brown posted a' 4-0 mark and was named to the All-Tournament team. Brown also cracked a bases loaded home run that helped LJ trim Brownwood. 5-2, in a crucial game in the final two- game session. Jim Scherdin and . Tsenberg will be ready for catching service in the Regional tossup, while Lynn Monical gets the call at first. ' Rusty Koenig, a veteran of many Regional Tournaments for the Gators, will cover at second and team with Harvey Whitehead, who starts at short, to give Lake Jackson a solid double play twosome. Slick fielding Ed Brannon will hold down the third base cOrner. In the outfield, the Gators will call on the services of Sam Boone, Joe Trussell, Bill Collier, Bill Miller, Isenberg and several others. OP BftAZOMIA COUNTY ttvrs DOUBLE-KNEE WESTERN JEANS ••QPB^MPBVMHHMB tafa Jackson Op«i Tiff 8 P. M. T/iursdcy Nfeht With most of teat yeari grid ders gone through graduation the Wildcat teaching staff mus fill some key spots in the of fense and defensive units. Moore is also starting his first year as head coach of the Cats as Hamrick left a few months ago to take Hie Lamar post. Moore served ag an assistant coach for thrte years tinder Hnmrick. Jn recent workouts hi the Wildcat camp, Mpore has been trying several hopefuls at the backfield spots While Jerry Brader has been;working with the line troopi. • Grid workouts jajfli continue In the three county AA camps this week but * toll lineup ol scrimmage dates will be reeled off the following week. Opening games will be staged on Sept. 4 lor all three schools, Angleton, winner of 14 straight games last season before falling to Stanford in the finals, wiir bittle the speedy Wharton Tigera IB a road opener. West Columbia "draw* the powerful Port Acres (ridden in a home round, While Sweeny opens on the road against Fort Bend Consolidated -at Sugar* land. Waggoner's Bulldogs will,play the first three games oa the road as only a round with Columbus, this on Sept.,a*,.will come at home before-District 26-AA play opens, 1 300 Due For LJ Airplane Tournament •Competition starts at 8 a.m, Saturday in the Lake Jackson Optimists Club Model Airplane Championships. Officials of the area group announced that the event would take place Saturday and Sunday with the starting time planned for 8 a.m. both days. On Saturday the various events will be reeled off at the Oyster Creek Drive Flying Field, while the SUnday program will be unfolded at the CAP Airport on Surfside Road. Both the Saturday and Sunday action will be free to the public and the LJ Optimists have invited all area and county fans out to witness the unusual sporting event. Upwards of 300 contestants from five states are expected (o take part in the show. There will be two divisions — one for the Juniors and a second for the Seniors, Most of the Saturday events will be Vou-Control type of program, while Radio Control and gliders will hold the center ring on Sunday. Ross Vick is General Chairman of the Lake Jackson Optimists-sponsored two-day show. Refreshing flavor yours to enjoy BrMoaport &nd Sfaatoria County, Texas, Thuta., August 20,1968 CLEARANCE SALE Boat Faddlei 4 4 5 ft. 1.91 Adult Life Vests S.98 Med IAt» Vests 3.49 Garden Boe «Vi" Blade 1.49 Mosquito Bars Cot Sice 1.88 Air Farce Coveralls _.... 1.98 Metal Box 40 mm Slie 20"xl7"xlO" Reg. 2.98 Now 1.88 Good used short sleeve work shirts white or bine _ 79o (a, O.I. Canteen rei. 1.49 only 98o AH sice files 29e to 93o e». PRICES GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY WATTS' SURPLUS SALES Main Ph. 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