The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 6, 1960 · Page 5
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and Brazork County, Texas, Tues., December 6,196» THE Race 3, Miller 2 and Port Arthur one. Clehurne is the only team left in Class 3—A that can boast o! championship glory. The Yellow Jackets tied for the title in 1920 and last year. But Cleburne isn't the favorite in the Class 3—A contest this year. Jacksonville, unbeaten liut tied once, is still rated the team to lick. Jacksonville and Brownwood play at Waco Saturday afternoon. Cleburne meets Port Lavaca at Port Lavaca Friday night. Class 2—A offers the only game in the state matching undefeated and untied teams. Olney, long the favorite to capture the state title, meets Denver City at Snyder Saturday night in the clash of By Walt Disney FROM. VOLIf MISTER SMEE! 4 slain championships in 19 years. Wichita Falls meets Fort Worth Paschal at Wichita Falls Saturday afternoon. At the same time, Port Arthur, another former champion, is to clash with Corpus Christ! Miller at Corpus Christ!. Wichita Falls'Is the lone unbeaten and untied team left in Class -I -A. Paschal has dropped Five former champions and 6 bcaten teams arc left in the schoolboy f o o t h a II race hlch enters Its 4-wn.y semi-finals ta week. 0ne ek-champ, which boasts an efeated and untied record, is big favorite to capture the ass 4A title. That, of course, Wichita Falls, which has won Peter Pan's Christmas Story VERY INSENIOUS BUT... BUT WHO SANTA. SET THIS FROM..? SO THIS YEAR, 6EFOS.6 STARTS HIS SILLY SIFT-SIS1NQ HIMSELF WILL GST A SIFT! YOU \WOMEN ARE ALL ALIKE -_. YOU THINK /"> KISS T MAKES UP FOR > I 7 >'"r SHAME ON YOU, DAISX: CHEVJING UP MY SLIPPER I FEED YOU AND GIVE YOU A NICE WARM HOME AND VJHAT DO I GET IN RETURN? ( INGRATITUDE -LIVE ON IN THE \3 'ELLO, >— PUBLICS MEMORY//' F> MV N , ALTHOUGH HE WAS SADEARS/M- CREATED 100 YEARS ^ iT'VES BUT AH IS 19 NOW. IN "S CREATORS / A MiSHTV FEW Y'ARS AH'LL I DIE,BUT I &E AS OLD AS VO' IS, AN' • J^ THE VTHENAH'LL ^agsga^^lc^p^crEPS ( (SOB.-; DIE.'/ ftjM&^^ISl&s THEV VT " Vfcfey,,,:lik CREATE- ISfAH K WHVWORRV? RSUH-AH ) NWJO5IS WORRIES' 1 FIGURING OUTVOLR FUTURE//' AGO, DICKENS' FAGIN STIUL LIVES ON-AMD HERE HE rS//' WHRT ON ftlRTH wui IT, zee ? PLOW HflND! TH'PARTO'WINTER i DREAD MOST IS GRANDMA'S COLD TONICS/ AMP THEM I QUBSS HB HUH© paaoaaDon SETTLE BAILED "yes, 1HEKE IS A |6 COMMA _ CHAIN OP 350 NEWSPAVPOUS , PADPV BOl'C'MT > FAW HIM/ x IXX,TDMS AH WAITING HIM! CAM PRAW WHATEVAjil ME WILL PE .FAW HIM: PACTS Page 5 (earns with Unblemished records. The other 2—A semi-final malrlirs iindefealcd nnd untied Bcllvilln with. Devine at Austin Friday iKht. Denver City is given a good hancc of upsetting Olney, but ellville is a. heavy favorite to akc Dovine. In class one—A, favored Stinnett <i the only undefeated and untied Kim left. Hie Rntllnrn lake on Ibany at Childrcss Friday night. tinnelt is a former Class One—A tate champion. White Oak, which tied for the itle 3 years ago, and Crosby, tlio •time loser, clash in the other Class one—A s e m 1-final. T h cy lay at Liberty Saturday night. Vhile Oak is unbeaten hut lias jeen tied. Lake Jackson Junior High's 7th, 8th and Oth grade basketball leams were hosts Monday night, o the AiiKleton cagnrs. Coach Johnny Girouard's Lake Jackson ['anthers won all three sanies. In the 7th grade game Lake Jackson won by one point, 18— 17. Maurice Tracy was high scorer for Lake Jackson with eight points. In the B game, Luke Jackson defeated Anglcton OS -21. Higii scorers for Lake Jackson were Billy Mnorc, 12; Ttohby Kwnig, S and Leslie Seller, In the A game Angltlun lost il—32. High scorer lor Anglclon »as Ladcwic with 11. Collier scored 9. For Lake Jackson, Bobby Todd scored 18 points, Willie Hagler 9 and Eric Westerman S. Frecport traveled to Alvin Monday night losing the B game 2*— J2. Michael Kecce was high for the Redskins with 11. In the A same, Frecport won in the final 30 seconds when Jimmy Larson tossed in a field goal just as the buzzer sounded to put Frccport out in front -12 to 41. Alvln was leading '11—40 with 30 seconds remaining. Alvin was leading at the half 26-21 and Frecport was out in front at the end of the third, 35-30. Scoring tor F r c c p ort were Michael Pratt 10, Mike Horak 9, Leo Burnett, 8, Rudy Rameriz 5 and Jimmy Larson 4. Thursday night. Freeport has an open date; Clutc's Cougars travel o Alvin and Lake Jackson meets iVest Columbia at Lake Jackson. Basketball action tonight sees the Danbury teams travel to West Columbia to meet the Roughnecks in A and B games there nnd the Brazosport Kxporteretles h o s t the girls teams from Friendswood at Brazos-port senior high school gym tonight. The Lake Jackson Junior High School will host a basketball tournament Friday and Saturday The tournament gets underway at J3 p.m. M-way \viifn i-»"- «;•-•••and Freeport play the first game Other games Friday will include Clute and Angletcin at l:fi p.m , West Columbia and Alvin at 6:30 p.m. and Bay City and Pnlacios it S p.m. The losers of Ihe first round and winners of the first round will [ilay Saturday during the day. Consolation g.ime will lie at r>:HU n.m. Saturday, third place game at 7 p.m. and the championship game at S:30 p.m. Saturday. Fullmer Sets YOU KNOW I BUOYS? I. RED, EVEN NUMBERS BLACK, ODD NUMBERS 5. SLICK «NO WHITE VEHTIWL STdlPES 4 BL«« «10 RED HO«IZO«T»L STWES DO YOU KNOW YOUR BUOYS? Tesi yourself with this quick nuiz. Answers below. Outboard authorities add Jhese suqqesiions for cruising unfamiliar wafers safely and confidcnlly: Clear all buoys by at least 50 feef. Don't anchor in channels. Don't lie up lo a buoy, it's against Federal La i. ANSWERS: 1. Hed, even numbered nun buoys: Keep them on your right entering a channel or going up stream (Remember: Red right returning.) 2. Black, odd num- beied can buoys: Keep them on your left entering a chan* nei or going upstream. 3. Black-and-white vertical stripes: Mid-channel marker: pass on either side. 4. Black-and-red horizontal- stripes: Obstruction markar; pass on side in dicated by topmost color. Brazosport Bowling News BOWLING HIGHLIGHTS In the Tarpon Inn Men's League, ome of the new bowlers have eally been shooOng high scores. D. D. Safford bowling for Cobbs oiled a 227 gatne. Jack Taylor oiled a 244-810 series for the same company. This team took 2 loints from Lake Appliance with i 998 game. W. W. Ward bowling or Maddox Material had a 622 series. In the Brazosport Sportsmens .eague, Sam Little rolled a 258 game for high game of the even- ng. The men did not outdo the vomen however, June White, a THE -BRAZOSPORJ f ACTS' Sports WELL LIKED AT HOME LARAMIE, Wyo. l» — The University of Wyoming estab lished a home attendance rec ord for Cowboy football games In 1959 when four contests at traded 55,759 spectators. 45 average bowler rolled a 258 ame on the Morning Star League •. the Braxosport Lanes. Betty orters a 120 bowler had a 474 eries. In open bowling, John Merrill cored a high game for the season vith a 287 total. In the Tuesday Twiliters League, Geneva Spates another 120 bowler had a 484 series. Bill Coker a 138 jowler and also a newcomer to he Bowling Lanes had a 209—480 series. STJN.-MON.-TOES. "HIGH TIME" Bing Crosby WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Pull all 4 wheels, inspect brake linings and drums Check grease seals, whed cylinders (or (cakage. Clean, inspect, repack Add brake fluid H sary. Adiost brakes on all four wheels toe "full pedal" braking. Road-test brakes to as- sore proper operation- CANAVAN ACCEPTS TROPHY Ed Hynds representing Ihe Braiosport Quarterback Club presents Ihe tournament championship Irophr io Exporter Gregory Canavan. Canavjn accapted the trophy for Ihe Exoonors who won Jhe llth annual Brasospori Invilationdl basScetbali tournament held ai ihe Brazospori gym last weekend. The Ships won Jhree games in the lournament bring-no their season record lo 8-0. They travel lo Bay City Friday night for Ihe next scheduled game. CAR SAFETY HEADQUARTERS TARPON INN VILLAGE FREEPORT 110 WEST 2nd BE 3-2608 Sights On Vrchie Moore LOS ANGE1.FS — AP - NBA UddleweiRht C h a ni pii'n Gene Fullmer lu* sot his sirfils on old \ivhie MIKHV'S version nf the ("lit heavyweifilil championship. n'Kullmer"'s words: "I've always vantcd to try Moore on for size nd now it looks as if I'll get my chance. Moore. Fullmer and •'ullmerV manaser, Marv Ji'ii- ien, met at a party last Saturday light after Milliner's victory ovec Sugar Hay Uohinsoii, and they entatively aKi-eed on terms. HELPING HIS PASSER SAN DIEGO, Calif. l<«— Mike Pecarovich, football coach at the University of San Diego, says a new world will soon an up for Jan Chapman, his star passer. "He's a fine passer but he can't see 20 yards," Pecarovich said. Chapman throws on patterns, expecting his receivers to be there. "We're going to get him contact lenses," the coach added and open up a new world for him." SIGNALS BY MORSE DAVIDSON, N.C. tfl— Coach Bill Dole of Davidson College has come up with what he calls a ••rhythmical unrythmical snap signal." He explains it this way: -It's foaifc'd on the Morse Code, dots and dashes. The first dm means sei, the ball is snapped on a dash." The signals thus come out something like "Di-dah-dit." It's a fur cry from the old 'turn-two". 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