The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 27, 1959 · Page 10
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Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, August 27, 1959
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Bta*oaport and Bmoria County, Texas, Thura., August 27,1959 THE BRAZOSPOKT FACTS HERMAN IS SIX FEET, FOUR "I < , LOOK SILLY IN 1 C HI9 PAJAMAS ft f- OH, STOP eOMPLAINlNS, DAGWOOD-TWlNKHOW- MUCH SILLIER HERMAN MUST LOOK, IN VOUR9 BLONDIB UL* ABNER Exporters Open Grid Work.... Page 60 King football strolls Into ther sports spotlight at Brazospor on Friday as tha 12-AAAA Ex porters open fall workouts. Heart Coach Hardin Cooper starling his first season as boss- man in the Exporter camp, is looking for between 60 and 05 hopefuls to report for opening workouts. THAT VOUNS-UKS UICKY.MAW! " V£ FOUND MONEY THREE TIMES AST MIZ HAWKINS IF I CAN BABY-SIT WIPTH 1 CRITTER TOMORROW NIGHT YE CANT, PA W-- IT'S ORE POKER PLAVIN' NIGHT / THAT'S WHAR ' ( I WANT TO SIT WIF VTH'LEETLE VARMINT IWUZ WIF TH' HAWKINS* VOUNG-UN TONIGHT, PAW.AN'ONTH'WA/ HOME I POUND A Two-Bnr IF THE CHAMBER DOESN'T DO IT, WHO WILL? TUE8., WED., THtmB. , RICHARD WIDMARK HENRY FONOA ANTHOW QU1NN OOROTtfr MAIONf SNUFFY SMITH 8-20 IF THIS OFFICE IS IM .. VOUR WAV. BEETLE, THE AEMY WILL BE ©LAP TO MOVE IT. BEETLE .BAILEY TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED I WILL YOU BE I TH* COMEDIAN IN OUR BACK! YARD SHOW, GRANDMA? SURE. IVAN/ I'LL L6OK \ ll UP A FEW GOOD JOKES I NO.NO.' JUST REPEAT A! FEW O'YOUR FAVORITE L TALES ABOUT TH' BIS ONES THAT GOT AWAY,./ THEY'LL BE FUNNY ENOUGH/.' GRANDMA ^ J1 K*tt KNOW ANVTHINO -t OOOLO NiW TO TEU. HER,PSPITO/ , BLUFF IT *A5 ANVTHINO j MV VIM AZTEC HldTOEV I WARNED VOW ^-BOM cANt ^ MOTTO BECOME WW£ VOO tSOMAKtrtCAJLI-Y' i lose A 600O INVOLVED, WITH V C05TOM6R-60- WB'LL KEEP IT N1ME FAMILV/ I KWOW THO»e TAPE* BY HEABTf OK.TUANK5. PEPITO> TELLHERI6OT LARVNOITIS OR SOMETMIN6/ faJK^- BACWOfH88,SA.\\BA9 KIN 00 USX6 fOX OU >ao NOW TIIBD SAT. "HERCULES" STEVB REEVES MIDNIGHT SHOW FRIDAY N1TE 11 P.M. "HORROR OF DRACULA" -^—ALSO "THE THING THAT COULDN'T DIE" EL3SCO • BE 3 2304 THE HOUSE OF HITS! NOW Thro Thurj, AUG. 27 ffi/OMfSf HMPBURM TH* HUN'S •From th« most gripping jand dramatic bett>iell*rl Comlnj ' Frl., An(, 28 NATOSnr of A MUHDER' Admission - He — 25e IN COOL COMFORT Continuous Showi From 1:18 KQUIBOR • STARTS TODAY • 2 BIG HITS t Beautiful and Proud in EASTMAN COLOR PLUS— BIG MIDNITE STAGE & SCREEN SHOW FRIDAY NIQHT1 ON STAGE! "KINGS & QUEEN" PLUS . , UN THE SCREEN "SPEED CRAZY" • REMEMBER FRIDAY • KITE AT 11:10 The number that turnout on rlday will only be Junior and :eniors, as an additional 50 or more gridders will report on Sept. 1st. The sophs will make up Bra>.osport's Storm Squad. Listed among the 80 prospects out for opening drills will be ten lettermen, of which Cooper will depend a great deai on in his initial AAAA season. A complete story on the Exporter squad which wt'l include a rundown of lettermen prospects and schedule, will be featured on the Sunday Facts. With the opening of 1959 football so close at hand, Cooper and his staff are now hope- Due Friday ful of some good weather. However, that seem* »ome- what doubtful until maybe next week. Rains have hit the Bra- zosport area for 17 straight days and between ten and 15 inches of rain have soaked parts of the area In that span of time. Both Hopper Field and the Exporters practice field are water-logged, but unless it wtt raining real hard the Shipper* were due to test th« turf at 9 a.m. Friday. i * On Friday, Saturday -ina Monday the Brazosport grid* ders will go through two-a-day drills and then on Tuesday rop back to the regular after- oon session. The mbining practice will et underway at 9 a.m. and ttft wo hours, or to 11 a.m. In the fterroon, the workouts c'Btih le green light at 4:30 p.m. iAfl Ml! close at 6:30 p.m. '-'-*•• Work on fundamentals, pKrf mslc defensive patterns and ffi-nsivp nlays In the splft-T vstem w'ill take up mortal ic opening workouts. "">It all deoends on how list he ExpoHeds take the openflJg ession of w.orkout« but an 9* ra-snuad scrimmage will prtyW bly be held about WednesMy r Thursday of next week; '•• Cooper and his high scHool taff of Murl Furney, Jtm» Davis, L. Z. Bryan, Boyd Tuv le, Flash Walker, James .«•¥.. r ohnny Hedden and trslBW ?llly Pickard have been 6$jy or the past two weeks getting II the gear ready lor the corn* ng season. _'. The coaches have also h"38 everal meetings, 'looked oyer Id game films, discussed plj$y- rs and worked out several new lays to he Installed in the fit" Torter offense. • •"- Brazosport's opening gUM will be on Sept. llth wHhjji oad trip to Houston »n*=» ame with Jesse Jonet. • r • -y -t ;'''''' &' •:. xxsf'f-f . .»., ^ « , , (-*> T •< sTji-r-'*. / ' I - TEXAN8 PUT Tht ttwl in the and on< of the reatotu wai Bobby Layne and Pittiburgh coach Buddy Parker, both Texani. Parker, from Kxmp, and Larne> from Lubbock and Aut " ~ when ihey lead Chicago Bean the night of August 29 in Houiten's Jeppesen Stadium. Layne was an all-time University of Texas gridder, while Parker played his football at Cen- d AuMrn,- riturn to Texal lenary under Homer Norton. Jhe.'SlMlm agatatt ih« County Roundup.., Riverside CC Plans String Golf Meet Riverside Country Club's String Tournament caught the "Rained Out" sign last Sunday and the event has been reset for this week but again the weather might farce th« golf round to be cancelled. Officials at Riverside nounced that the event would be open to both men and women and a $1 entry fee would be charged. Players will get an amount! straight days in the gym, while of string according to their j both West Columbia and Angle- AA Gridders Work Indoors Basketball right before football season! Maybe not all the way but I due to the heavy coastal rains an - some of the Brazpria County " 1J AA outfits have • been forced to the gym for football work- ouu. In fact Sweeny spent throe handicap. ton were forced to hold some The unusual tourney will be;drills on the cage hardwoods. staged on Sunday, August 30,: It appeared this morning that if the weather permits. i ">e weather might break as During the Labor Day week-! 3 '"^ 5 cleared over parts of Braend, which will be Sept. 5-5-7 j zo ™» County, or Saturday, Sunday and Mon-[ " "' ' day, a 36-hole Handicap Medal i with weather thu throe Play Golf Tournament will be! £0 J " U speed in workouts next staged at Riverside lor mem-; wee! F " °"? a11 , hav , e S a . m « ber~ and guests. on the opening slate for Sept. holes of golf. Entry fees will I just right for the 12-AAAA . . , ! Brazosport Exporters as Har«„ ~, . ^ oe *z iess, dm Cooper and his troops do five cente for each handicap; not their driUs unti l" Fri . [stroke. There will bo two d ay morning ilights for this event Braiosport's opening game During this tourney Riverside will be on Sept. llth when they Pro Chet Warner, along with [travel to Houston and catch the PGA will be holding a!Jesse Jones. Hole-In-One contest. Number j This was to have been a four at RCC will be used and scrimmage week for the AA the person that makes an ace clubs but rains put a mild dent or gets nearest the hole will!to that. receive a trophy. This Is for members only. The officials at Riverside also announced another coming golf event which will be a Pro- Membsr tourney, this to be staged on Sept. 25. Around 20 pros from, throughout the Texns Gulf) Coast will be at Riverside and team up with three club members to meke a foursome. Entry fees are $5 and all mem- However, Angleton did go to Brenham on Monday and dumped the AAA Cubs in a brisk but soggy scrimmage. On Tuesday, E. S. Golson had his West Columbia Roughnecks in a three-way scrimmage with Lamar Consolidated were set for a trip to Ganado on Friday. The Ganado scrimmage was expected to get started at 4 p.m. West Columbia had a scrimmage session planned with the AAA Bay City Black Cats on Saturday at 7 p.m. from the Roughneck Field. Bay City, which boast plenty of speed, is one of the top AAA picks scross the state. Angleton also hopes to arrange a second scrimmage sometime this week as Herman Moore and his Wildcat staff are still seeking to plug up More Sports Page 12 DIAL BE 3-523n For Fut DellTery '•-?> Willenberg'g '« Pharmacy s ] Frescrlptloni ' :; 117 W. 2nd — Fne»ert clubs in this county will somi: gaps.from last year's state 'finalists team. The Cats, winner of 14 straight games last season, lost nearly all their starters through graduation and will have to rebuild this season. West Columbia will open their 1959 schedule at home by hosting Port Acres, while Sweeny and Angleton have Sept. 4th games on the road. Sweeny will be' in Sugarland to play Fort Bend Consolidated, while A n gl e t o n BRAZOSPORT \ CHAMBER -^ OF COMMERCE ?, MEMBERSHIP J.; OPPORTUNITY; DRIVE .£ SEPTEMBER 4 2nd, 1959 ;? bers should signup for the tourney as soon as possible. Park. The 'Necks picked up three, touchdowns on the Deer Park! crew, one being a 40-yard dash by Payton Dorsett, the WC quarterback, on a rollout play. . Sweeny had been planned to scrimmage against East Bernard on Wednesday, weather I permitting, while the Bulldogs i i • B-B-Q Planned i For Freeport Boating Club Starting at 4 p.m. on Saturday. Sept. 5th, the Freeport Boating and Hunting Club will stage their yearly B-B-Q. Officials of the club announced recently that the an- i nual event would be held at| the Lake Jackson Park and Pavilion. All club members are urged! to attend the Sept. 5th function. there's M.O Sports Coverage Daily In Tht Community Calendar^ THUBSDAV, AUGUST « 7:00 p. m. — Toastmuter 1 ! Club, Port Cafe 7:30 p.m.—K of P Lodge Mo. 475, K of P Hall, Freeport 1:30 p.m.—Ray Raney Post Aux. 410, Clute 7:30 pan.—Knights of Columbus, Council Hall, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—Freeport American Legion, Legion Hall 8:00 p.m.—Freeport R«be)tahs Lodge No. 257, IOOF Building FRIDAY, AUGUST 28 12:15 pjn.—Brazosport Rotary Club, Port Cafe MONDAY, AUGUST 31 7:30 p.m. — Jaycees, Lake Jackson Clubhouse 8:00 p.m.— Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. 051, IOOF Building TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 7:30 p.m.—Velasco Masonic Lodge, Velasco 7:30 p.m. — Velasco Lions Club, Whitten's 7:30 p.m.—Velasco B & PW Club, Velasco Community House 7:30 pin,— BTMOSport Club, Chunfier of C«n»_ merce Bldg. •.:•::. 7:30 p.m.— American Lejtoa Poat 306, Legion Hall. L*kK Jsckson .;s WEDNESDAY, KPT. *.13:15 p.m.— Freeport Kiw*fll*,_ Dow Hotel .',u 7:30 p.m.— Angleton Ohaptet, De Molay's, Masonic Tenf-. pie 8:00 p.m.— FOE, 0urfsJde Road ;i THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 7:30 pjn.— Knighte of Colunv-" bus, Council Hall. Freeport 7:30 p.m.— K of P Lodge Nti£ . 475, K of P Hall, 8:00 p.m.— Freeport Rebekani!, Lodge NO. J67. IOOF Build: ing , : 8:00 p.m.— Jones Creek Community Club, Communi^- House , FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4; 12:15 p.m.— Brazosport ary. Port Cafe . 7:30 p.m.— Women's Atw. Int. Operating Eng. Local 564, Union Hall Call Freeport BE 3-4411, Extension 3-2506 for Listing Presented as a public servle* by THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY . . Texas Division

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