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/-'. Page s BRA20SPOBT FACTS Brazosport and Brasoria County, Texas, Sun., December 4, LakeJackson Boxers Win And Lose Two Lake Jackson's Explorer Post ' 302 Boxing Team boxed at Hous/ ton Elk's Club Thursday night. Fnw local boys participated in , the event, and two boys returned to Brazosport with decisions, while two lost in the Houston matches. boxing Tommy Blair, 78 pounder, lost By GEORGE FERGUSON Facts Sports Editor The Brazoria County grid champions resisted 1,991 pounds of Warhorses at Victoria's Patti Welder Sta dmm Friday night, but lost on the score board 23-12 The Sweeny Bulldogs fought back like the champion they are in a quarterfinals grid game with the Devln gndders but the average 181- ——• )ounds-per man squad from Devine pounded out yardage nd a win. , The Bulldogs bowed out o ne state championship Class AA football race with a loss to a determined he-man crew from Devine near San Antonio. The ame was after Sweeny won ie 26 : AA district champion- hip, completed a regular sea- " cr. Bobby Spikes, 147, defeated Paul Garaiby, 145 pounder Harris County Boys Home . .1. TO --•»"" "i P'ay wnn omy one loss L^teS t° a *«*-A team from Clear West C ° Iu ">in a bi ~^' W0 " ° Ver the , r > Jimmy Blair, 112 pounds, defeat- , C ° n ?fT1 W0 " ° Ver the ed Gabino Mendez of the Harris Hallettsville Brahmas Isst week County Bos Home. m a re S' onal P : ^°«- arrs County Boys Home. Conrad Moody 145, lost to Thomas Baldridge. The win for Devine will pit Baldridge was selected as the them on tne Sridiron next week niltcffmriinn> Knunn «« .»»._ I fl Put net miahltr T3nlt..lli^ !_ _ Bain drove over the touchdown on a 19 yard run. Bain also ran lor the two points after touch down . Excitement followed the Devine touchdown. Quarterback Charles Dubose kicked off after touchdown and the ball was received by Sweeny's sophomore Quarterback the Sweeny Larry Doolen on 25 yard line, he , raced 20 yards to his 45. On he next play Sweeny Quarterback Roy Stockman passed an arrow pass straight up the niddle to Burt, who raced over or a Sweeny score. The touchdown-pass play was good for 5 yards. Burl's run was stopped short on the point after fit Sfofe Grid Quarterfinals... Lanier By BILLY RICHARDSON Facts Sports Staff Brazosport's Lanier Wildcats handed the,: Booker £ Washfflgton Eagles of Elgin a 56-20 thrashing at Hopper Field Friday night, and stormed into the sfmi- finals of the Negro state football playoffs 'for the second straight year. Coach C. B. McGowan's excit THE STONE FORT MADISON, Iowa MV- They call the football field at the Fort.Madison Slate Pennl- tentlary the "Stono Bowl." ing'Wildcats will meet the winner '• the Madisonville-Chester quar erfinals game, played Friday ght in Madisonville, in nexi eek's semifinal tilt. By pre-arranged plans, between school officials the semifinal game will be played at Brazosport's ..„_ —«,\.IA.W a» uje — ° • -« UVAI., «*Mi*t*i.« ouuik uii me point alter c jr«*y=u HI israzosport S outstanding boxer on the pro- agamst mighty. Bellville in a touchdown and Devine was out H °pper Field next Fridav nleht grSm. semifinals play after Bellville''" *—' - - ••• u 'irv,- n »»_„__ .. * *>'"' .On December 13, Steve Free- C0ntinued with an und efeatec ... . . - I Mntfarf COacnri r>esr\n-r-fl K.. ,]«*__ , ree- man, Lake Jackson, an outstand- untied season record by defea Ing amateur boxer of the Gulf in ? Gate sviUe 41 to 8 in Austi Frida " Coast area, will box on a pro- Frida y '"s" 1 gram at Sam Houston State Teach- In tho Vie l°ria game Frida ers College, and on December 15 before 5,500 fans, the larges will be on the Bluebonnet Boxing number o£ People to attend DrOPTflm in Wnnefrm I football crnma of * U « _t.. J!.. program in Houston. football game at the stadium rr?o»«"» «« *Ai/uaiuu, r -—«•««»» ^uitic at, t Ji tj BIHU1UI . At the event staged for visitors ' Ws year> the Bulld °B s worked to the December 17 Bluebonnet er to 8ether than possibly Football Classic, Freeman will season, however the entlr h, D »t t~,. D ™ * , he uiu versi ty squad from Devine out weighed from Corpus s weeny and power-pushed their . ^n._... .. . - I tlfav +n i.!«**>..<.. meet boxers from of Corpus Christ! from Corpus I "'"""•'"""*"' w< Christ!, The Corpus Christ! school way to victory. has many outstanding boxers. | Tne Sweeny team bowed ou in glory as they fought honorably until the final whistle sounded. The score in the game and the statistics will not give the Bulldogs credit for their efforts, however the statistics do tell the story of the merger of attacks by Devine. Devine won in first downs 28 to 10 and net yards rushing 476 to 116. Sweeny was forced 5 times to none for The game was not without excitement and Devine knew that they had some fired up champs on the field with them. Devine kicked of* the open- Btoebonnat o Attract 70,000 Fans There's no doubt now that th Bluebonnet Bowl in Houston ha achieved more in. less time thai any post-season classic to becom one of the nation's top major bow attractions. By lining up Texas versus Alabama for Decembe 17th at Rice Stadium, Bluebonne officials scored a real "coup". Last year they had a terrifi debut in Clemson and T.C.U. witl a pair of highly ranked teams that had won their conlerenc titles and the background of many major bowl appearances. The 55 000 crowd was by far the larges ever to attend the inaugral of i bowl game. This time out a sellout of 70 000-plus in Rice University's magnificent grid plant is a virtual certainty for the matching of two mere veteral bowl outfits. Over the years Alabama has played 12 fames in the Rose, Sugar, Orange and Cotton classics plus debut of the Liberty Bowl last season. Texas on nine occasions has gone to the Cotton, Sugar and Orange. Alabama, with an excellent 8-1- 1.record, wound up in the nation's top ten in the final polls. Texas at 7J. waded through a tough schedule in which two losses were by one point and would have tied for the Southwest Conference title a second straight time except for a last gasp field goal by Arkansas. • : y .-.!: UIB puai-aeasun attractions, this appears to be the near- $st to a genuine toss-up since each club has had a flock of .bangers" this season. to punt Devine. and a half remaining in th first quarter. The second Devine score wa on a Bain-5-yard run with minutes left in the half. Th touchdown was set up by a fumble recovery on the Sweeny 43 yard line. The half ended with the score 14-6 as Bain's after touchdown run was short Early In the second half Sweeny's Mike Bass recovered a Devine fumble on the Sweeny 39. It took the Bulldogs jusi B plays to score again. Burl scored on a three yard plunge. -—'*-(•*•• *• *C4« 1ICAL J HI Dec. 9, McGowan said. Lanier exploited a hard-hitting ground game and a rock-ribbed defense in chalking up its 12th straight victory of the 1960 football season. By winning over Elgin, Lanier added the state quarterfinals crown to its list of honors that already include the District 9-A and Bi-District football titles A victory over their semifinal opponent next Friday night would catapult Lanier to the top rung of the play-off ladder and Eive ha tT7:i.l n ..*_ il-_J_ •• . . . c>"»- Ing shot to Sweeny and Bulldog scatback Ed Burt took the pigskin on his own two yard line, raced 51 big yards to the Devine 47 before he was Iragged out of bounds by Warhorse Bob Bendele. Sweeny moved the ball in 6 plays to the Devine 15 but lost the ball on downs. The Warhorses scored first n the game with two minutes ind 21 seconds remaining in he first quarter. After taking Sweeny punt on the Devine 1, the Warhorses drove 79 ards for a touchdown in - — _ «.**.,, .in*,* Kiuuge. Pass was incomplete for extra points. With nine minutes and 43 econds left in the game Du- )ose broke loose for the War- orses and raced 58 yards landing up for another Devine core. Hine was pushed out of sounds on the extra points run. evina was leading 20-12. Devine's score lead was laky until just one minute and 11 seconds before the end of the game as it looked as if on several occasions the Bulldogs would score. However, on fourth down situation from th A 79-yard scoring drive that was climaxed by Hill's 5-yartl plunge over left guard made it 8-0 shortly after the second period got un- d-envay. Hill set up ,hi s own touchdown with 39 and 17-yard gainers during the sustained drive. Elgin, who picked up most of is yardage passing, struck for wo quick touchdowns before the irst half ended. Switching posi- ions on_ pass plays, Halfback scor- ^portTiiTBrief er who near e everythin S - er an Eive the Wildcats their first shot at the coveted state championship tro- hy. Lanier advanced, as far as the lays, picking up 6 first downs n the march. Fullback Frank ..-_ U^VUUblUll JliUiil I Sweeny 15, Dubose kicked d field goal for the Warhorse making their lead 11 point with time too short for Sweeny to retaliate. Sweeny's • 195 pound lef guard, Dsnnis Galloway, playet " most outstanding defensive 11 game making or helping in some 80 per cent of the stops during the game. Other standouts on defense for the Bulldogs was Johnny Parker, Mike Bass, Stockman, Vsrhon Carter Kenny Smith and Jerry Langford. The loss to Devine takes Sweeny out of the grid play- emifinal round a year ago, but was knocked out of the play-offs y Livingston. A jubilant crowd of some 4,00(1 ans cheered the Wildcats to ouchdowns in every quarter Fri- ay night. The Lanier band provided a jazzy jutterbugs who couldn't be contained even by a 12-man defense. The Eagles, who went to the attack with only 10 men on the neld at one point, made up for it later by using 12 men on defense during one entire series o ™™*' bat s'ill couldn't keep th Wildcats from scoring. Halfback Billy Pierce and Full back Robert Shephard led th Roberson took a a.-^™ from Houston for the Eagl touchdown and grabl for 39 yards and the the half. Houston tacked „„ „« two-pointed after the first tally to slice Lanier's lead to the intermission. Lanier's hard-hitting MOBILE - The Southeastern Conference dominates a 25-man South Squad nameij today for the 112th annual Senior Bowl football game. The contest will be played at Mobile, Alabama, January 7th Here's the South Squad: Ends — John Brewer, Mississippi; Gerald Burch, Georgia Tech; Bobby Crespino, Mississip- [pi; and Arnold Davis, Baylor. Tackles - Billy Shaw, Georgia [Tech; Charles Strange, Louisiana T- ,. j statc ; Walter Suggs, Mississippi in the opening game of the State; Allen Whlttier Virginia Brazosport llth annual Invita- Polytechnic Institute, tional Basketball Tournament ' Guards — Pat Dye, Georgia- at the local senior high gym ColUce Moore, North Carolina I ^May, the Exporters won over State; Richard Price, Mississippi- Bay City five, 53-41. The Mike Zeno, Virginia Poly. ' [Ships, racking up their sixth Centers —Tom Goode, Missis- -•—-•-' wm so far this scason sippi State; E. J. Holub, Texas ) losses, took an earlv Tech. maintained the lead Quarterbacks — Howard Dyer, B .jout the contest. Virginia Military Institute; Nor- At the end of the first quar- man Snead, Wake Forest; Phil Ship Cagers Champ Test Saturday 8 pm P»i> and Universities In Texas made honorable mention on the I960 Associated Press All-America football team. They are: Ends — John Burrcll ol nice, Arnold Davis of Baylor and Buddy lies of Texas Christian Tackles - Jerry Mays ot Southern Methodist, Joe Ellen of Texas ASM and Robert Johnson of Rice. Guards — Bab Lively of Bice, Herb Adklns of Baylor and ohn Young of Texas Western. Center - Boyd King of Bice. Backs — Roland Jackson and Billy Cox of Rice; Jim Sftxton of Texas, Ron Stanley of Baylor, ColUdge Hunt of Texas Toon, John Furman of Texas Western and Art Perkins of North Texas State. 22-14" ntl Al lne ena ot tne first quar-1""" 1 oneaa - wane Forest; Phil I NEW YORK - The Associated at ter, the Ships led 16-8 and Nu f e , n '- Tulane. Press All-America football team d.=f P n» S amed a -'lalftime lead to the . Halfbacks — George Blair. Mis- was announced Friday. Here's the n °!rS:'l tun e°lSO-15. lassippi; Fred Brown, Georgia; first team: ledbyDavirH^lo^rS tU ? e ° J30 - 15 - rW tes, Aaron Lunford, Robert The- games Friday, Vic- <T ( , mas and 'Andrew Hobbs paved downed Texas City 62-58, p™' the way for the Wildcats in the Galveston won over Waltrip of J?~ y second half, forcing a fumhl,. h™ Houston in an over time same. „ .." second half, forcing a fumble two ! fouston in an over time game, pass interceptions and two block- and Coacn "Flash" Walked punts that all led to touch- r 18 Ships from Brazosport made Irmme I If. win mirviKn. __ i_ , • downs. U_win number seven in the| . North Carolina j Ends: Mike Ditka of Pitt and I Leon Fuller, Alabama; Dan Larose of Missouri Tack G±da AUbUm: ^Hft KenRicc ° f AuSandBob 1 Ge0rgla ' T . ' Llllv of Texas Christian. Guards: - Taz Anderson, Tom Brown of Minnesota and •JEdJDyas, Auburn. Ben Balme of Yale. Center: Roy WINTER SAFETY ^SERVICE ERE'S WHAT _ WEDO... ALL FOR ONLY 1 BRAKES l ""? rylindori, add fluid and precision sd- just brakes. 2 ALIGNMENT Comet easier and camber and toe-in and toe- out to manufocturer's •pecllicatlons. 3 BALANCE We balance both front wheels and install necessary weights to manu. facturer'a specifications. v Jirtstont il NEW TREADS^ '2 for 19 60 iirij -—""•• ""cyiKtru lea. tn Wildcat offensive with three touch downs apiece. Charles Hill and tumce Davis also tacked on six pointers, while extra point cohver sons were added by Shephard Pierce. Hill and Robert Royston. Elgin made a game of it briefly in the first half by striking for two quick second period scores hat shaved Lanier's halftime lead to 22-14. However, the Wildcats put it on ice with a pair of " s in the third period and three Brazosport BowJHTgliew^ SUN DP LEAGUE Team Standings ley Ooops idy Luck ecrless imps Ill-Nicks aras Buddies •vettes uise Larson W 27 26 26 •>5 22 18 TAIH-O.V INN ME.V8 LEAGUE "atwiais IJlar Corporation ' Tapp's Sanitary Dairies Colib Plumbing Co. Frceport Business Men _ . Hlsli Team uame Cobb Plumblna Co. Maddox Materials Co. Materials Co^ Hlch Individual Game Uaiford Klcler : .Each team is ably directed by a. colorful "name' coach in Paul (Bear-),;Bryant o f Alabama antl .Darrell Royal of Texas. There is a lot to add to the rivalry in that Bryant was coach at Texas A&M T ay tor r- the .Texas Loniforns traditional.-rival in the Southwest Conference - before returning to his alma water, Royal is no stranger to Alabama and Southeastern Conference fans since he used to oe the mentor at Mi^is S : PI ,i state., IS? aUSnc?"™ . The nationally televised contest'" 0 ;"'" 1 ™ M «'e»-iai ton CBS-TVJ wiU be scon by ml I ^SofSr Ec " Dls lions by that medium in addition ';*?"«* <**„._ VI 26 30 29 23 24 23 21 18 244 Lucky Spares , stars T '" m S ' n ' 1 '' Oame Tornadoes stars BUI Horton"" 1 S1 °"' °"» Preston Ingram Gene Behn 4 Dorsey Wlllman Women single, damn Blllle Horto,-Geneva Traiian EAIU.V unto 34 931 «H 9<B 216 210 206 17 more in the fourth. Lanier took the opening kickofl and drove 64 yards for its first touchdown with the game barely three minutes old. Pierce plunged the final three yards for the TD and Shephard ran over the two- point conversion to make it 8-0 The Wildcats' second touchdown ^ --—.4.MV.4 tit VC11 III t H g Lunford blocked an Eagle punt final game on Friday's schedule on the 7-yard line midway in the by def eating the Galveston third periqd, and on the first play dele galion, 72-55. from that point Pierce carried it The second win in the tourn- on in for the tally to make the ament clinches Brazosport's s™ 1 * ^If Exporters a spot in tournament A .pass interception by Royston championship game to be Salted an Elgin drive and sent P'ayed Saturday night at 8 p m Lanier on an 88-yard scoring T1) e second day of the big maivh lafon J« «t-_ . - ...\ +**..«. . . _ —ts ' ~" "•• oo-ju™ scoring *•"= octuna aay 01 the big S. J ater in the Period, with touniament got underway at Shepard capping it off with a 12- 9:3 0 a.m. Saturday with Vic yard scoring sprint. Royston ran to "a meeting Sam Houston and the hvo-pointer to hike the Wild- Bay City played Waltrip at 1 l&ad to XK.U I n *v* NEW YORK — A check one million dollars is bclnglBellino of Navy, >vcr today to a rcpre- New Mexico Staie, a of a syndicate which guson of Ohio State owned the race horse "Bally Ache." Tho Horse, — which has been Insured for that much, died October 28th, a week after being retired. The horso was Insured by the Animal Insurance Company of America. kins Bob F car lead to 36-14. . h0 P . layed a.m. The b!g f or ^e tourna ,L, . game or ^e tourna at linebafcker, picked oft an ment championship will be a Elgn pass and returned it 31 8 p.m. Saturday with the Ex f ° pen P ° rters to punt but missed the ball and Lamer -ecovered on the Eagle *0. Royston's 31-yard pass to Isaac tacked on the two points and Scoreboard read 44-1. Minutes later, Davis and Thomas teamed up to block an Elgin lint on the 24-yard line. Pierce n a reverse, whizzed the 24 yards for the touchdown to make A fumble recovery by H. Nelson on the Lanier 35 set the stage or the Wildcats final scoring performance. Even though Elgin mistakeably put a 12-man defense on the field, Lanier whipped the 65 yards in three quick plays, Shepard racing 51 yards for the tally. The same pass combination of Houston to Roberson clicked lor trying for s/ason ,?"" 1 Jnc ' ™"Ups ser. •is 25 23 23 21 a IS . 10!4 : i-anmet Drea« Shop Flamingo's Ivy League W.O.W.'B tpare-rows Hallmark Home. BOWLING UMQDE Standings W L 31U IS: 30 18 30 18 30 13 IE Pin Downs Woodpeckers N'lChtengalej Cranes -'arakcets Cardinals ilummlnfiblrds Blue Birds t Cnlcks High Team spare-rows flamlnco's w.o.w.'s 27 27 37 24 20 13ii 28H 19 29 19 29 16 13 Single Game ilaxlnp Cor.. u ,,ua Shirley Healhcock Augusla lllckter ST. THOMAS MKTI10UIST IEAGUE ream Standings 613 609 599 177 175 Ml S 31 ' I'he Pour ••in Buslei Macs *">">** 1 numbe, of tickets o,- e 5l ui available except for the allotment furnished each school — and reports are tliat they ai'e goin" fa-t " ot "WMI'I'' Tickets as long as tliey last''nay be obtained from the Dluefcnnet Bowl at P. 0. liox 2232 in Houston. Texas at 55.50 each plus 25 cents for mailing. , . If the Blutboi .iet Bowl g itme ' is a sellout as ex ,-cteil, it will' mark the second ti- e this ye-ir the popular Texas -uiif ,..ins will have .played a • "'.if home" !n Rips Stadi..,n. . .rver ,2,000 jammed the placa .n tate October — ™. When ,:the Rice Ov/ls nipped the,'SS£ y Steers with halp of a pass inter- ceptiort'irj the end zone in the ;linal minutes of a thriller. . . a big crowi will be nothing new Boils III h Individual Game 210 i flie Four Kquares , I'he Four Macs 'oln Busters ; file Four .Macs amu 584 S-yard touchdown -jaunt a sensational catch oflloyston'g pass for the two-pointer as Ian- jumped out front 16-0. West Columbia Tournament . Four games were played Friday in the first day of the 2-day West Columbia High School boys basketball tournament. The games placed all tournament-participating teams in action Friday. It was Sweeny versus Needville, Danbury versus Palacios, Boling against Tidehaven and West Columbia met Wharton in Friday's or 63 yards and enabled Elgin to get WATERTOWN, MASS., — A bowling alley for the blind has been dedicated at Watertown, Massachusetts. The first ball was rolled' by Justice William Poweis of the Rhode Island Supreme Court, who is blind himself. Seventeen players at colleges final game. In the first game, Sweeny upset favored Needville 34-28 High scorers for Sweeny were Hast- place winners at y p.m. and the tournament championship game at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Angleton The Angleton Wildcats romped to their second straight victory Friday night by defeat- ng the Dickinson Gators 47-36. -oach Carl Davison's quints ook the lead in the first quar- er of the non-district game and held a 7 to 10 point lead over the Gators for the rest of the contest. Angleton led at halftime 24 to 12. Hubbard Sherman Dallas — It has been a dozen years since Doak Walker played In the Southwest Conference. But the absence appears to make him grow fonder In the hearts of the fans and sport- casters. Even in the Cotton Bowl Walker has been voted the greatest. * MUFFLERS * MONROE SHOCKS * TAIL PIPES * BATTERIES •~Tlrt*foiir J 110 WEST 2ND. PEEEPOET PHONE BE 3-2608 Where your dollar buys MILES morel Houston was able to pick his way yards around right end t Echo* Smith's Drive-In STARUGIITEBS LEAGUE Team gtandlnd Cherry Pickers « p'Bannon-Plpper - * 466 Lucky strikes 450 uizh Individual sinfla a« O Morgan Jesse Sulton Jesse Button Roepke Bradley Strikers ?ln Kodgers Kennedy Spec,., Glover & ware Swann's Hardware Ramblers Smiths Gro.-Wards Trans ny Monroe Kennedy aclc Singleton iradley & Roepue McMullen Drug-Merrill Trans. 31 31 23 23 28 .. 26« 2514 25 27 24 28 21U 30(4 20 32 13 39 683 675 Norma Button Catherine shivers Wilma Brown BUNDOlVNERg LEAGUE Team glandlnn Lucky strikes 3* 581 -Men IP in 175 —Women 172 IS! 162 161 23 Team renni tilamliii, ! " y!r DeVore IH:h Team Uame Johiislou & Junilson 717 l Leathers Hoser Whlddon LEAGl'E 31 13 28 !4 15! S5V4 17ii 84 20 arnell's Serv. Sta m UE.E. 579-Lucky Spares 555 I ».M.J."S |0hl Well 180' Sleepers 168 i Lumberjacks 1681 spikers Spindle TODS Tall Pin, Toppers Bowl-er-ocs U Game 15H 2814 u«ne-M M f«r the Lpnghorns, who also played before over 75,000 at the Cctton Bowl in Dallas In October in whipping Oklahoma 244, and over 50, 000 saw them at home in Austin against Texas Tech and A£M. - Graham Alargee Frey Team standings Tornadoes OU No. 10 Uicky Five, 'crcwballs -offce Hounds fen Pins I'enquins lot Shots Woodpeckers IBee« ' 211 Kite Kldert 12th Btreetcrs .,.„, .,;, t'our Frazzles "-' 4 a< * -•'our B'a lOOJlSllijlt'lS "olt Chevrolet •'mte Uairy Dream lllj.'ll Team •^cky Btrikcs „„ i-ucky strikes S; -ucky Blrtkos "9 ^•nn,e"S,,{"""" dU « 1 "'»"• «««« Jim Cornelius ??, Margie Brown Ja MOHNLNO STAKS 209 2'eaiu omlth's Ninettes tiatellltes Marsetter North Blars Big Uppers Universe Shiners UlCh -,- Smith June White June White Drlve-In Gro. Bears W L 32(4 111 30 14 23 IS 23 21 22 22 22 22 21 -S3 15 29 U '30 191 180 177 W I 33 16 35V4 16 33 19 32 20 29 23 25 27 23 29 22» 21' 20 32 20 32 10 IS Oh! well Spikers Dot LeBlanc Pauline Henderson Screwballs Emerald Forest 'In Heads TK.N PIN LE.*OUE Team Standings Bowl-rltes II-Lows Orbits Hleh Individual rglnia Penvose Blliye Todd I 5' t . l . l> _ L ««.ln«» WUliT BAPTIST Team sUodlnfs Lucky strikers ha Boutli Pawi oul Line Fives trlkes 4 Spares Ive Pins Vho Cares W 31 26 20 20 16 14 Game if* « 3est Built Homes 12th Btreeters Four Frazzles Four B's .,., Polk Chevrolcl JJ, iloonshiners 10 Clute Dairy Dream u High Team single Game l>our D's Four Frazzles . J. Baluick Harvey Hathkarap 2S!4 1714 23li 24u 25 30 34 70S 641 202 iai the Cats by flipping in fiv e ;s:a ioaia aiui six tree shots JisaseJ3S »-•"•« ff«s quarter, 19-12; third quarter 2913 and final, 34-28. Palacios defeated Danbury 40 to i. «ie first quarter saw very little scoring with Palacios leading at the end of the first 4 to 2 in the second quarter, Palacios led by 3 points, 13 to 10; third 27-13. Goft was high scorer for Palacios with 11, Qgbsly was second with 9 to tie Rompermerie who also had nine points. Dan- oury's Kern scored 8 and Jennings 7 for high points for the Panthers. • Boling won over Tidehaven 307 in a contest that was close all he way. Boling led 10-8 at the nd of the first, Tidehaven led 7-16 at half time, the score was ocked at the end of the third, fourth quarter score won for iohng. Stunz scored Ifl points for nltnr* U^l^t-- n *. . SAME DAY LOANS J 30upto , '1000 On Just Your Name Apply by Noon and arrange to complete your loan before the end of the day' WHITE COMB IN 3ESHJH3S Guardian Financial COACH MUST GO IOWA crrvr.' ON ski, whose Hawkeye teams won Rose Bowl games twice in three years in the 'ate 50s, had a date to address a doctor's meet. f-g. He also had a cold and a temperature of 102 degrees. He ;nade the speech anyhow Je could have had medical at- ention promptly if he had leeded it. But he urged the doctors to work with high school caches in spotting athletic in- uries which could be serious while appearing to be minor. THREE-SFOHT COACH LARAMIE, W/o. OB — John Helton coaches three sports at ho University of Wyoming. He • freshman football coach, also caches frack and cross coun- ry. Melton played lullback on '.voming'3 undefeated 1850 ator Bowl team. Holing, Hobbs 7. Herbert high for Tldehaven with Jensen had 8. In the 8 p.m. Friday 9 and Wharton 53-22. Coach Holmes Eilisor's five only allowed Wharton to score a total of four points up to halftime, while the Rouglmecks had 33 points to their L flrst quarter sc °« was . At the end of the third quarter West Columbia was leading 43*13. The Ellisor crew played an out- ur, 1 ? g defen£ -'e game, David Williams counted up 14 points to * high for West Columbia, Leon Stump was second with 10 and Kenneth Perkins, scored 8. Garcia Wharton Saturday's schedule in the West UMumbia tournanient was a 9 a. m. battle between Wharton and Danbury, 10:30 a.m. West Colum- )ia and Palacios, 1 p. m . Tide- aven versus Needville, and 2:30 •m. Sweeny met Soling. Consola- on winner was established at a :& p.ra. game, third «nd fourth FREEPORT 127 West Broad Street BEImont 3-3596 "Next to Frteporl Intvranct Agency" points on five field goals game Coach Fred tospark the Wildcats attack. CORPORATIO N 3i Sq. Yds. Installed, low Aa >!>p»t Bnperb Gift for fiauta to jl»e hlo home. Long wtnrlng all wool or nylon. ct«hlon-«oft under-foot. llandsome, new decorator shades that provide a futterlnr background for your furnlnhlngi. This Is a fabulous gift offer—don't miss HI NOTHING DOWN Months To Pay* •Subject to Credit Approval. 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