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PAGES Editorlal—Adv—BE 3-3511— Clossi,,ed—BE 3-2411 THE BRAZOSPORT PACTS BHA/OSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS, THURS,, AUGUST 9, \Ui Cubs Win 5-1, Take On Dallas Today WACO (Sp) — Freeport Cubs change in the Scoreboard. A tally were a long stride nearer (he slate j j n t he third gave them an early Senior Teenage Baseball crown ] cat j over (| le Qihs. today as they prepared lo Iwlllei T| len j n (| )e fourth Freeport the Big D nine for (he right to enter the title match. started its rally. A run deadlocked the game, and the 1-1 score The Cubs meet Dallas at 5 p.m. stoo[1 to (ne seventh. today in the semi-final game of the | Cu t, s cu t loose in the seventh. Texas Teenage Baseball Associa-1 singles by Terry Box and J. W. tion senior State Tournament. Lindsey drove across four runs to Dallas nosed out Baytown 2-1 down tne New Bos(on Bears 5-1. late Wednesday for the right meet the Cuhs today. Earlier in the day, Freeport fans , his follr round tournament game. 10 i Mack Parker went all the way I to gain the victory for the Cubs in ^J™ 8 ',™ Go&se Eggs In Coifs Eves, Lose, 4-0 HOUSTON (API - Cincinnati's Joe Nuxhall and Jim Brosnan combined for a six-hit, 4-0 shutout had seen their home town nine, p arkel . struc k out nine batters come from behind, first erasing aj a i on g t i, e w deficit, then streaking forward to a commanding lead over the first opponent. New Boston had made the first tlle Freeport batsmen. less innings to 34. It was the third straight shutout for the hapless Colts at the hands Box Score )Larher Terry Box had three hits and ,'<*!f' n ". hu f prs , , Bo !'J >l "; key S™" , and John Klippstem blanked them T °""' , I Joe Kmpstem had two, to pace jin 13 ^^^ Mtm<1 and •—»•"-' Peooli DO Rtad SPOT ACS ... To. Arc! PUT and WRAPPED AHMOUK STA* HEAVY BEEF tot YpUIL FREEZER GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKET II ftET MOR E"KEEP HOME PAYOUT OF VOUR'TAKE HOME PAY with our LOW COST ECONOMY LOAN CASH YOU GET $2028.27 2513.49 2957.40 30 MO. $ 80.00 100.00 117.00 36 MOS. $ 85.00 100.00 Above includei Ufa Insurance. Alia loam {or smaller amount!. ALLIED FINANCE CO. 1415 HWY. 28S PhoiM HAROLD LINDOFP JR. BE 3-Z69> FREEPORT for Warwick In Hie: Brunei in 9lh. Jay shut them out Tuesday. The Colts last scored in sixth inning of the second game ! cinrinn»ii of a doubleheader with Philadcl-'" phia Sunday. Nuxhall, who was the youngest player ever to perform in the major leagues when he joined the Reds as a 15-year-old left-hander 20 years ago, got credit for his HOtTSTON 1.NCINNATI abrhbl ahrhhl Llllij 2Mb 4000 Kasko 3b 4 0 1 (1 rendition If 3 0 0 (IBtas'ame 2b 4 0 1 0 Aspr'nte 3b 3e 0 0 0 Lynch It 3111 Am'nt'no 2b 1 0 1 OcPost It 1000 Mejias rl 3020 Robinson rf 3000 Warwick cf SOI OColemnn Ib 3 1 (1 0 dSpanglcr c( 1 0 0 0 Edwards c Sill Smith Ib 400 OPinson c[ 4111 Campbell c 400 0 Cardenas us 4 0 2 1 Harlman » 4 0 1 ONarhall p 3 (I 0 0 Bnice p 100 0 Brosnan p 0000 aTausslir 1000 Semmertr p 0 0 0 0 •- - 1010 0 0 (1 0 • 1000 SI 0 C 0 Totals 3t 4 7 4 nek out for Bnice In 5lh: b— [Tripled for Kemmerer In 7th; c—struck 'out for Lynch In 8th; d—Forced McJIas ""^ i "6 * * ^> standings, Br The AtanclitM Presl AMERICAN I.EAOllF. Won I/it rd.Behind S7 43 .609 49 50 56 56 58 57 62 61 69 40* Angelet itlnnesota laltimore Cleveland .. "hlcago . lelroit :ansas City oston ... Vashlngton . 64 . es . 51 55 . 56 . 54 . 52 , 50 . 42 .558 .509 .4!>5 .491 .486 .456 .450 .378 11 12H 13 13'4 17 17'4 25>4 WF.DNEDAY'S nESt'I.TS few York 3-3'Baltlmore 2-4 JDS Angeles 5-7, Chicago 1-5, twl-nlght letrolt 6-10. Washington 5-J, twlnlght oston 6, Cleveland 0. night 8th; e—Filed out for Knnsns City 4. Minnesota 3. night TODAY'S OAJ1KS E — Colcman. PO-A—Cincinnati 27-7. Houston 27-8. DP—Bruce. Hartman and smith. LOB—Cincinnati 4. Houston 9. JB—Mcjins. SB—Pinson. Larker, Edwards. HR—Lynch, SB—Kasko. IP n H EHBBSO Nuxhall (W, 1-0} .71-3 Brosnan Bruce (L, 6-7) . 12-3 , S second victory without a loss this'Sranei""...."".'.'s season, but needed help in theL.™^^5™..,"! eighth. j 1-2:29. A-7.350. He had a five-hitter going until Joe Amalifitano hit a one-out single and Roman Mejias was hit with a pitch. Brosnan came on and got the next two men on ground balls. The Reds got all the runs they needed in the second on a walk to Johnny Edwards, Vada Pinion's triple and Leo Cardenas' single, The major league record of 48 straight scoreless innings was set in 1906 by the Philadelphia A's of the American League. Houston second baseman Bob Lillis credited Nuxhall and Brosnan with tine pitching but he didn't hold Colt batters blameless. "We haven't been getting those hits in the right spots," Lillis said. 'We've got to break out of it sometime." J. C. Hartman, new Colts shortstop, said: "Sure, we'll come out of it soon. We've had some bad breaks. We had runners on and just haven't produced when they're on. WEDNESDAY'S nESfl.TS Angeles 3. Philadelphia 1. night New York 5, San Francisco 2, night it. Louis 2. Plttjbugh 0. night Cincinnati 4, Houston 0, night Chicago 12. Milwaukee 4. night TODAY'S (JAMES Philadelphia (Bennett 4-7) at Los Angeles (Rlchert 1-2 or Ortega 0-2), night New Toik (R. L. Mliier 0-7) at San Francisco (sanford 14-6) Chicago (Buhl 8-8) ger 2-2) FRESH SEAFOOD LB. SHRIMP u> CRABMEAT White FLOUNDER " WHITING " LING STEAK " SNAPPER u. CRAB FINGERS 79< S 1 15 LB. 15c 35c 59c SJ35 & SHRIMP FOR ALL YOUR FISHING NEEDS. SAND TROUT. CIGAR FISH, CUT BAIT. SQUID Harbor Fish Co. 100 W. BRAZOS — DIRECTLY BEHIND A&P ON WATERFRONT—BE 3-4101 Field Day Slated In Clute CLUTE (Spl — A field day will be held in Clute Saturday with four teen-age baseball teams taking part in the all day affair. The action gets under way at 9:30 a.m. at the new Clute ballpark with the Clute Rebels meeting the Lake Jackson teen-agers. At noon, the Clute Yankees do battle with the Freeport team. The losers meet at 3 p.m. for consolation and the winners clash at 5:30 p.m. for the championship.!mdinnapou A trophy will be awarded the j °JJJJ|,' Jj 4 ' championship team. At 7:30 p.m. the Clute fathers • Louisville at Denver .,, , t_ 11 IL i *ii Oklahoma cttv at o i will play a ball game that will oaiins-Fc end the day's activity. Price of admission for the whole E | p.,,,, day is just 25 cents and there Tuisa will be plenty of food and refresh-' san"" l An'i! ments. BRAZOSPORTS By GEORGE FERGUSON KAOTS SPORTS EDITOR LUBBOCK (Sp) — It was In 328 just 30 miles up the road that a high school basketball player Baltimore iRrown S31 nt New York]' (Ford 11-51, Los Atiireles (Orbs fi-61 at Chicago (Fishp 3-4) Minnesota (Kaat 12-9) at KansftS Citj tPflster 2-9) Detroit (Kopllfc 5-0 or Foytack 8-4) Washington (Cheney 4-fil. night Cleveland (Perry %-9) at Boston (Mm touquctlr 9-11) NATIONAL I.EAOCE Won lout ret. Echini Los Angeles .. San FranclfCO Cincinnati .., Pittsburgh LouU Milwaukee .. Philadelphia Chicago rlouston \cw York . 78 . 72 . 67 . C3 . 6« . 50 . 51 42 40 , 30 .67S .632 .593 .56.1 .551 .526 .443 .358 .360 .268 10 13H 13!4 17V4 27 3314 36 464 it Milwaukee (Clonln- Cincinnati (O'Toole MS) at Houston (Woodeshlck 4-12). night Only games scheduled AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Won toil ret. Behind Indiana polls Denver Louls-nle Oklahoma City . 69 . 61 . 60 , 54 , 53 Dallas-Ft. Worth 48 .EDO .535 .517 .474 .457 .417 WEDNESDAY'S RKStl.TS 3. Dnllas-Fort Worth J Louisville 1 TONIGHT'S GAMES 14 H 16H 21 Sports In Omaha Worth Et Ir.diar.apcl!l TEXAS LEAGUE Won I.ost f? 1 . Beblnd 6S 44 .607 — 53 51 .536 8 .. 56 57 .4% 12ii San "Antonio ... 56 58 .451 13 AusUn 55 57 .491 13 Amarillo 43 70 .381 I5»4 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Tul&a 9, Albuquerque 2 Atnarnio 6. Ban 'Antonio 2 El Paso 15. Austin 4 TONIGHT'S GAMES Albuquerque at Tulsa San Antonio at Amarillo E 1 Pnso at Austin io talk to and the youlhful man-jas representatives from each! in Lake Jackson and Ship assist- i ager of the South All-Stars says: schoolboy district in the state 'ant coach Murl Furney would go 'last May. Kelson confirmed hrn 'The players like Mr. Walker I talk to the press about football I to Baylown Monday night for the Wednesday night that he would just fine." ! prospects for the coming season. JBaytown Optimist District 12- attend the Baylown Optimist K-..,'But regardless of all this, the I Harden Cooper, Brazosport's ' AAAA football program. I ball program nexl Monday North All-Stars are big favorites i head football coach, is quartered! The other five 12-4A coaches will j"'Kht. but there was no eonfinn;;- o beat Ihe Soulh Friday nighl. wilh all other Brazosport coaches be at the Tower Restaurant at|«°n that Staggs would attend thr And Flash is making no predic- in the Caprock Hotel. But Cooper | Baytownlo talk about their 1962|a/fair. All 12-IA schools will hr tions. When asked if he thought iis not talking too much about: teams Monday night and Brazos- represented on the Baytown pn Three Russian crews will row in the Independence Day Regatta on the Schuylkill River at Philadelphia on the Fourth of July. UH Cougars Face Touph Grid Schedule he South could beat the North, I football excepl lo say that if the 'port fans may attend the affair said, "U Ihey do, there will I Exporter quarterbacking comes by making reservations before be a lot of surprised people." j through, the Exporters should : noon Monday with the Baytown Polk Robinson, athletic director ! have the best team since he has; Optimist Club. al Tech, asked Flash Wednesday at a noon luncheon if Ihere was anylhing lhat he needed to help vith the practice sessions. Flash quipped back immediately, "Yes ! The University of Houston Cou- j gars perhaps take on some of the | strongest opponents in football as ' e «-:any other college team in Texas. The Cougars meet such powers as Baylor. Texas A&M, Mississippi Alabama, Mississippi State, ; Florida State and Boston College. The completion of Glen Canyon; New Houston coach Bill Yeo- Dam in 1966 will transform the; ma n has 21 returning lettermen center of the road to avoid tres-.in 1962. The Cougars' major I strength will be at quarterback, fullback and end while chief prob- Kerry McDaniel, rookie handed pitcher with the SL Louis Cardinals, is the brother of Lindy McDaniel, one of the Cards' aces. = , Frank Lary's 23 \nctories dur- gar team include quarterback . ,„, .. , . , Billy Roland, right halfback Bill ins the 1961 season was the high- McMillan rffc Demaree Jones est by a Detroit T.ger pitcher j^ ^ Me Pe(e Nikjrk since ail Newhouser won 26 in CoUgar ^^^ lalb - Sept. 22, Baylor at Houston; Sept. 29, Texas A&M at Houston; ^ J3 Mississippi at ^^ 6| Alabama at MARINE SPORTS. INC The Detroit Lions hold the Ka- ational Football League record tor rushing yardage in a single sea-, Oct 20, Mississippi State at Housson. They ran up 2,885 yards in ton; Q^ • n> Boston Co iieg e at I 1936 - Chestnut Hill, Mass.; Nov. 3, Florida State at Tallahassee; Nov. 10 Tulsa at Houston; and Dec. 1, Cincinnati University at Houston 105 MAIN STREET SWEENY, TEXAS ALL MERCHANDISE MUST BE SOLD ALL SALES FINALI EVERYTHING MUSUT GO! SAVE UP TO ON ALL SPORTING GOODS etc. * * * •¥• THE BRAZOSPORI FACTS Sports * * * DRIVE-IN CONVENIENCE With SUPER MARKET PRICES GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKET rom here Sophomore named Elbert Elkins Walker licked up the nickname "Flashy." Walker kept the name as he 11 a y e d schoolboy basketball hrough the next three years at High School but when he ntered Texas Christian Univer- ily and played there, his team- i mates dropped the about three of those players on the North team." Fall Plans Filled In By New Coach At WC n.v OKOHGK FRIMlt'SON Vnot«i Sporls Editor LUBBOCK - (Sp) - Trx Kns- scn, West Cohmihia's new head football conch mid nthletic director, will probably fill the open idato on the Uoughncck football (Ir/intlc nnnounopnipnt on the dnte with Snn Jnrinln on Thiirarlny also minounco sonic intrretling training plans for Ihe noiiglmeck'n first week of practice which bo- gins An?, 20. The North may win but that does ! schedule for (he coming season! Tho only other clmngo in the ' Elbert Elkins has been "Flash" ever since. He is known as "Flash" around District 12-AAAA and Brazos- port where he coaches the Exporter cagers and here at Lubbock where he is coaching the South South at the Municipal Coliseum here Basketball All-Stars. The meets the North All-Stars Friday night. "Martha Lou not stop Flash from enjoying himself and it will not stop a record crowd of near 10,000 fans attending Ihe Friday night fracas. Walker's many, many friends are in evidence here. The coach cannot walk down a street, through a hotel lobby or turn a today at the Texas High School' w - csl Columbia coaching line-up ... Coaching School. 'for this scnsnn will be Bnlkum's And Kasscn expects to name; movp {rom j un | or High to High a now head Iviscbnll coach for | s,.| loo ] ••&• (( , ttm c oach. Columbia High within a few days. Rcthke will take over the Junior i K a s s e n, wlio took over the high duties left vacant by Bnl-' head alhlclic job at West Colum-jlnim. recently after moving from corner without stopping to clmt !n tf m i\ nr p ' os t »t liccvillo, is nt-! AAAA and AAA district reprr with "an old friend. A good example of how Flash is recognized by "old friends" came about Tuesday night. Mrs. Walker, Flash and young John, along with tha Walker's married daughter Amanda and her husband, Ivan Burleigh, went to a local steak house for dinner. Walker had sports writers shaken off and golten a the (Mrs. Flash) always told me that there would come a time when the nickname was not appropriale," Wal!;er told us here Wednesday as he and assistant coach L. Z. Bryan finished talcing the South All-Stars through a practice round on Ihe Texas Tech Campus. |from the ringing telephone at nisi quarters in the Plainsman Hotel. | The Walker party got seated lending I ho coaching school here ^iiladves will discuss fnothull with other members of his coach-i Prospers in their respective dis iiiK stuff including Doug Hnlkum, trir.t at n press eonferrnoe nt t|, n - - Pioneer Hold, press hendquar- crs hero, Thursday afternoon, Word was late Wednesd a \ night that Angleton will not !«. fall. I^imar Consolidated of Rosen- ' INM-R was given tha nod by sonic eonrhes at press hendqu;ir!prs Wednesday night. Anglelnn, who went Into l|,o Charles Brand and Raymond Bethke. Holmes Kllisor, tha hend basket- hall and backfiold coach at West Columbia, is not in Lubbock. Kl- „ d , wis . Kasscn snid lie had several good to till Ihe baseball . jo the meal and in walks an old >,'. r ,„,,„ friend, Bob Templeton, now of \\omack, who vacated by Shoril! ""''<• Plny^fs l«st reason, Lubbock, formerly of where Walker once coached. Templeton brings over a box, opens it and there is a happy j birthday cake, decorated with one Walker meant that he was noli candle. Templclon had the wait- to make an announcement at thisj time. j Knsscn and his staff arrived in Lubbock Tuesday. Itahlxfl in early pro-season poll- to be not only nn over nil choir,. to win the Dislriet 11-3A oh;ini. pionship, l«il was rated No. 5 in Ihe slate's lop 10 teams In AAA, the first lime In H sp.i- I For 'sons Ed Kelson won't be on as fast now as he was back when he was an All-SWC eager while still a student at TCU. But few people would agree with rrssesgatheraro,n7hewZrl By Wednesday night Kassc-n hadLsidelinos ns a varsity II.NSIS, gainer around me waiKer , » m n, n ii ,i.,i_- i „, ,,, m ,,n, ...i,™ . table and sing "Happy birthday, Flash." It wasn't Walker's b i r t hday — Walker because he flashes around;it's in November. But it was fun almost confirmed n football date'roach nc-xl month when Ihe Tevis with Houston's San Jtirinlo for the jCily Slinnnrees inaugurate ft:, open dale on the Roughneck's foot-11W2 season. ball schedule. Tho handsome, muscular the practice court here laking the! anyway and the Walkers had' Kassc " said lle woul(i mnkc " nln 'T- '• '• ? M° V '" players through their practice ses- birthday cake at their hotel to-! ----------------------- .......... | I|1R adnums rative field, in n :- sions. And he flashes around lown day. i ion. There will be a fish fry, lahgnment of the -Texas City :»• shaking hands and talking lo "old 1 All talk at the 30th annual Texas i sponsored by the Brazosport Qiiar-;letic proRram that may boclo friends." |High School Coaches' Association i torback Club, and tickets for the I for District 12-IA opponents. He is also gaining many new! is not baseketball, however. There! event are on sale from Jack; Kelson has assumed the ci-.i friends among the sports writers ! were over 3,000 coaches registered 'Sampson, Quarterback Club pres-["es of Stmqiiree Athletic Directs here from all over Texas. Many i for the school by late Wednesday ! Went. replacing ™ Maggs, who will con- writers have expressed their opin-'with more expected Thursday. ! Cooper explained here today hnup as head football conch. ons that Flash is a fine person i Thursday, talk turns to football • he would be at the fish try Kelson's appointment as alhlrti, i director at Texas City was ma'!- coached there. There will be word here Thurs- Ship grid fans get to meet Ihe • day from football at Alvin, Angle- Exporter players and hear Cooper ton, Danbury, Sweeny, West Co- talk football this coming Monday! lumbia and Brazosport. We're an- night at Ihe Lake Jackson pavil- j xious to hear about it, loo. ] 1SHI gram. , For' 111. Tour -Ckk>r» topd i "" '''' YOUR DEALER'S GOT AUGUST BUYS ON NEW CHEVROLETS TO PLEASE EVERYBODY (WELL... ALMOST EVERYBODY) Even the most persnickety luxury- lover couldn't ask for very much more than a Jet-smooth Chevrolet (like that Irapala Sport Coupe at the top). Yet it's all yours for a Chevrolet price. (And you know how low that is.) JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET Here's thu best thintr that's happened to make money KO further aince budgeta-the livtly low-cost Chevy II. It's got all kinds of room. Anil cornea in 11 models, loo-like thu Nova 2- Door Sedan (second from top). CHEVY I NOVA V'ant a roomy family car and a •porty driver's car fur one low price? Tha rvar-eiiKine Coryair Monzu (e.g., that Club Coupe, third from top) play« both rolus to the hilt. Care to Join thu club-anil ^ut a buy, to boot! CORVAIR MONZA Chevrolet, Chevy II and Coryai_r at your local authomed Chevrolet dealer's See your authorized Chevrolet dealer POLK CHEVROLET INC WUi WEST BROAD FEEEPORT, TEXAS BE 3-2626

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