The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 26, 1959 · Page 11
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, August 26, 1959
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jmoria County, Texai. Wed., Auguat fl6. County A A Camps..- THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS ieton, •«M ~ , •* In Scrimmage Rain f>nt-if(ntiA«4 +« nl n .. .. i. «-j i _ ' ''^^r^ In continued to play a guessing game with Brazoria County coaches as fall football end, > of workouts neared the week • number two i« schb&lboy camps. '•: -Y. •'*?! 4 Workouts at Anglcton, S"we- •ny .and West Columbia have been slowed down by the steady rains that have soaked the entire county past 16 days. ' during the '' . . . All three AA entries started drills on August nth and will play:»the first same nri 'their 19*0 grid schedule on Sept.' 4th. Herman Moore's An^leton Wildcats were the first club to Set in a scrimmage round against an ouMdn fne>rffc they traveled to Brenham on Mori- day and clashed with the AAA Cubs. E. S. had been due to . , , —-.«wi. tun* UCCII UUB IU take hts, ; vyc Roughneck, to Rosenberg ..en " Monday fo* i four-way scrimmage with hosting Lamar Consolidated, Conroe and Deer Park. ^However, that event was nailed oH and reset for Tuesday. . Sweeny also drew a Turwiay scrimmage date as Ed Wag goner's Bulldogs were sch-^til ?d to make the trip to Brenham to »<v> it,» Cubs Cl'Min-* <md Bellvllle. turn to their home grounds on Saturday for a 7 n m . ••-•-n. maee date with Bav City, th« swift AAA en*;-;-. T[«» .WHIT,. mage wrs %st r'ar.-irf ?o- Fri- da.V but then rn-ov-^nied f or Saturday. Should the county and coast- iL™!? . contlnu e to soak the For the BEST in ... • Wall-To-Wail VarpeU Tackleas Inntallatlon bj experts. • , Custom made Onpes JSL'^'J 1 '* Complete tnelnd- (B» hardwire • Interior Decorator BtfTlCC DARWOOD'S 119 W. tni Freeport area th«'Saturday sc«mm»g« might have to b« called oft or moved to Bay City. 'In Angleton's scrimmage with Brenham, th« state AA finalists racked up four touchdowns while the hosting Cubs pushed across three six-polnf ers. Billy Klllough broke over right guard on a dive play and 30: vanls (or a store, Hoth Barrv Kerr snd hack raced "••tille Th» fourth Wildcat «-nr» on a nass from quarter- Robert Dueltt to Carlo*. The play covered some IS vards.' scored once on .a i an" M *n play and vff drive* to Bo»f iwit'hlMnM with both th* of- tfnve and H'fonsf • , »he «r( r-rHm'rn«<(» mrnlnst »he Cubs Larry Murtin. Butch Veil Inn Smith. Jprnld Buchte T -T"O« «»•>" (c|f r.pnrgf rirury i<«nn»fh Oreen. Jimmy Sutler Br BILL McMURHAY Facts Spoil* Edits* ' Football practice in this kind of weather! Don't be silly. Maybe not elsewhere, but for the Lake Jackson Junior High Panthers it's paddle-kiok-pad ale-pass-paddle-run-paddle*. t u «? L «PPer, head coach of the Panthers, welcomed out 30 In >ood defensive work On >h» orf*n,(ve side. Green. ». Kcrr. KHloi»gh. Kr*nek <"Vv Scntt all shnwed UP . »1.mcf w |«, Rnrhfa. Donold Andrews. Mnrtln. Billy Put. t«--on and others. ftrpnhflm h^d fnllod lo escan- the rain and the scrimmage wa' nlaved on a muddy turf. The action lasted around two hoiirr. AMGLETOM Halfback Billy XUlougb, abovt, icortd ont of ih» four Anglian :ouchdowni tgilnsi Bitnhim on Monday with • JO-yard dish over right, guild. Th* Wildcats w«rt th« flist eoun«r AA ichoolboy »l»»«n ia hold • lerimmigt usilon againit an ouisld* io». Angltlen oui- icortd lh« Stratum hosts. Junior High FoofbofTRoundup-jS/ Q . 2 _ _., Only Two Vets At Lake Jackson ing on Monday as tiia open- v/histle sounded on > .vorkouts. Among that group of grlddi . were two lettermen, both back* Irt which Lepper will have to mold his 1059 entry in the Gulf Coast .Junior High Conference around. Ilebuildlng of the entire of- Harris Beats Byg raves; Looks Toward Johansson HOUSTON UPI ~ Cut -JN Shoot, Tex. school teacher Roy Harris today pondered the possibility of a match with heavyweight title-holder Ingemar Johansson after winning a 10- round decision over Joe. Bygraves Tuesday night. The Houston battle between Harris and Bygraves, former British Empire Heavyweight Champion, was so slow, how* ever, that at .times the crowd of 10,000'booed for more action. ':-•-. ('•".•• Harris weighed .in at 198 and took the decision from Bygraves; 204J after the British boxer ''ad his best rourid in the sixth. Harris recovered and caught hi? opponent off balance. Harris said he believes he has * good chance of getting a "hance at Johansson if the new _ „ ...„, c „ „.„ „„ -hamn wins hi? rematch with; Paul A. Miller of 119 Oleander ; 'loyd Patterson. j: n Lake Jackson, i Harris best weapons Tuesday Miller is making his first MR night were his powerful hooks to the Amputees Golf Tourna- ind Jabs. The few times thatiment and meeting, which will Bygraves tried to move In onlbe staged at the Savannah Golf I his Texas enemy, Harris hook-1 Course and Clubhouse and jabbed until the Jamaican backed away. There were no knockdowns in the battle that grossed an estimated gate of $30,000. Bygraves did a lot of feinting and covering and seemed to irk spectators who had braved a rainy, night to watch the fight Paul Miller In 3olf Tourney Upwards of 200 entries from across the United States are ex pected In Savannah, Ga. on August V»"3-29 for the llth Annual Amputees Golf Tourna* ment. One of those entries will be ,JM < Ji f .DOUBLE ACE GIFT STAMPS ON TUESDAY KRAFT'S CHEESE 2 IB. BOX AU.FUWORS JftLO ^21 NIFTY NOTBOOK PAPER \ COWHDEGQVB5 NOTEBOOK iBNDCRS RE&JLAR4K . lOOSaiAF BINOCRS TOOTHPASTE IP AN A FIST CHOICE GIANT SIZL .C3E FRSTCHO/CE SALT FtVNGJtoFKOZEN 2^ 15 mm IBOXES 15 PKG. TOMBLINSON'S GRADE A MEDIUM EGGS CAGED DOZ. CALIFORNIA LONG WHITt POTATOES 10 IBS. EEEED ^ mgging up some k«y gaps i ..e backfield are in store fo A:pper and his three-ma oaching staff. Just like all the Brazospor -rea Junior Highs, Lake Jack son will fleld three footba clubs for 1959. In addition t the varsity, or 9th grade club there will be an 8th grade entn and then a team made up 7th graders. Lepper and Ken Scarbrougl will be in charge of the Panth er varsity, while Bo Lander works with the 8th grader and Johnny Glrouard coache the 7th grade club. Landers moved into the Lak Jackson system from Velasr as Freeport took in the Velasc school when the two were con solidated. Landers served a head coach of the Velasco Sea mills last year and coached hi team to the first league title i the history of the school. The Panther varsity will b Playing their games on Thurs day night, as usual, while th 8th and 7th grade elevens wi] play twinbills on Tuesda night. Lake Jackson, along wltl Freeport, Clute, Sweeny, Angleton, Alvin and Bay City make-I D the Junior Conference. The only vets reporting bac to the Panther fold are Skeet McCain, 155, at a halfback rol and quarterback Royce Wood JOU. McCain, the leading groun »amer and score for the Pac last season, will again be call ea on to pace the LJ offense. Woods, who will be backe up j by Bo Burris, 125, will guide the Panther. attack an could develop into one of th too passers In the Junior Hlgl loop. Other backfield hopefuls in elude Mike Mason. 135, Mik Tracy, 130, Larry Spence, 125 Corkey Johnson, 110 and full (wl- Ray Baldree, 140. Gerald Fitts, 125, and Porter Brown, 120. are in line for end roles, while Roddie Unchurch ISO. Gordon Klaus, 170, Eddie Salisbury, 135 and Billy Hud- Kins, 140, are battling for tackle jobs. Klaus is the bigges grfdder on the LJ squad. Guards Ronnie George, 125 who can also play at fullback Bruce Steffler, 13S. and Tommy HW«rar. 125. are in the LJ camp Mike Kavanaueh, 130, Jim Lane, 130 and Mike Rio, 125 give Lake Jackson three centers- ..... . . „ The Panthers will be light and lack experience but will have a capable passer In Woods along with a; maj«r scoring threat in the *peed.ot McCain Lepper look* for Freeport and Angleton to fight it out for the Gulf Cpast crown, but picks his own PjprthersTmd the Alvin Just K|ce the Brazosport Sen ior High School, the Panthers will ru B a split-T offensive pattern and use flankers, floaters and a'split end formation. Lake Jackson will kick off their 1959 season on Sept, 10th when they travel to Palacios This wffl be their only nan- Sports Coverage Drily In flit fats gam . e - , I ers return for their first hoto m , c. le p y ep * ns * n Sept. gam* on Oct. l«;fe* noMla 24 in Sweeny, while the Panth-1 Freeport. * * * * * * Panthers Draw Palacios In Grid Opener 1859 LAKE JACKSON JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DaU Sepii 10 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. IS Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. S Opponent Palielos * Sweeny 'Freeport •Bay City •Aivin •Cloi* 'Anglelon : Pl.t. ' Thtr« Th.r. L»ki JackseA Lik* JiekKJ* Th«» Like Jtekim * — District Junior High Gams* for shopping convenience ... Shop th* Newly decorated porarf*. Styling and *Nif)Ot ted. Jazz element. •Meat la th» twief, imoottj tapwing ood gotd-trp Btnlc to toon Irving. On iha Maeic l(ol!a« •ole. <ued« ia grtat RED AND BLACK 95 VISIT NOW, THE NEWtT MARCUS' SHOES — FOB TOG* ADDBf BHOPHNO PLEASCEE. 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