The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 11, 1960 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, December 11, 1960
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and Brawria County, Texas, Sufl., Dec«nlier 11,1360 TEE BRAS0SPQRT PACTS Paael By GEORGE FERGUSON FACTS SPORTS EDITOR >se Bowl Program? Here's a chance for football fans to purchase the official Uvenlr Frr#ram for the Rose Bowl football Rnme between tlnnesota aiul Washington on Jan. 2., Thlc unicitic program sorvicc is offered by the Athletic SSociation of Western Universities for the eighth straight year. >ha»i bccjmr popvilar with TV anil radio fans across the na- Rih who wish to have in hand the same program as those in Rtcndance Di the game. Orders are now being accepted. They will be filled and Oiirmns nailed to purchasers when the beautiful 50-page 6oks come tiff th'j presses about Christinas. The charge for Srils service Is $1. Programs sell for 50 cents at the game (id the additional charge covers 42 cents air-mail postage and ancUing. The booklet contains all of the regular gsme information fllus flovicn snd pictures about, the oldest of all bowl games. It makes a timely gift for a football minded friend who will watchiiiH (he gome on TV or listening on the radio. To older, send $1 in currency, check or money order lo Box DOOM, Pasadena 3, The Buffalo Bills, only Amerl an Football League team to whip the Houston Oilers in a first meeting, will be in Houston for he rematch this Sunday afternoon as the Oilers try again to pocket the Eastern Division title. Game time at Jeppesen Stadium .against the Western Division I (8—4) leads the Dallas Texans | limes. 2:30, (c'na/.inion. Houston's two game I (6-fi). I In a A win or a tie by Houston in j lead is on the strength of an 8—4 either of its last two regular sea-j record, while New York holds a son games', or a loss or tie for I mathematical chance of forcing a the New York Titans, would put playoff with a 6—6 record. The Coaclt Lou Rymkus" charges in | same situation exists in the Wes- AFL championship game I tern Division where Los Angeles mood of displeasure with Slapped down 24—0 by the spirit- the line play in the poor showing ed Texans last Sunday in the rain!at Dallas, Rymkus viewed films and mud of the Cotton Bowl, the!Tuesday morning, promptly put Oilers plainly showed the effects]one lineman on waivers, and an- of six road games in seven weeks •. nounced that playing line coach during which they lost three I Fred Wallner would return to the active list. Wallner turned player just five days before the league season began after Houston had lost three of five pre - season games and spurred the club to a 4—1 early record and the Eastern Division lead. A knee injury in the fifth game, a 20—10 win over Jfficial 1'osu Bowl Program, P. O. ^California." Alabama Or Texas? SCOT Chief Cites Orphans As Surprise Hunt Lasting effects from "Operation Orphan," beyond the sheer ex- hilaralion provided Texas home- Halfback Loon Fuller of Ncderland and linebacker Darwin f Gainesville will not be the only Tex ins returning home !( , ss hoys through surprise deer flwhen Alabama plays the Texas Longhorns in the Houston ' "Sluobonnet Bowl on Dec. 17 | u ' m(S| werc p j c t u rod today by As .1 young man of 24, Gene Stallings has come a long §iWay fijoluall-wlse from his Paris, Toxas home and now has jib blight future iii store as an assistant coach at Alabama. His •ptjillok-fuur.d success comes as no surprise after a brilliant play- ping camci at Texas A&M under Coach "Bear" Bryant. §•; SialUngs lettered three years with Ihs Aggies and was E'sclected a.-; an All-Southwestern Conference end in 1950. : ull Speed Ahead . i Henry LeBlanc, Sr., Port Arthur, president of Sportsmen's Clubs ol Texas (SCOT). He said: "Probably the greatest benefits will come from firearms training and developing the lads to become good sportsmen nnd good citizens. Above all, they now have that rare experience of knowing that others are interested in their welfare." SCOT, which helped coordinate I arn suie you know by now that authorization of "full landling local details of the distinctive method of harvesting surplus doe deer in Mason County. LeBlanc took personal responsibility for raising $500 to charter a bus to transport twenty Ix>ys from Boys Haven, Beaumont, to share in the hunt, Dec. 31. Lc- Blanc has been working with Representative W. T. Oliver on Beaumont arrangements. Game Warden Gene Ashby, who conceived the novel idea as a means of bagging at least 50 does facing short winter rations, arrangements for cribing the opportunity. Ashby ' s atest word was for "more boys" since only about half the quota has been reached. Sixty one boys and escorts got their deer /he first weekend.. Groups include 22 this weekend from the Presbyterian Home at Itasca, plus 13 from Otto's Boys Ranch at Odessa. Later dates include 18 from Beeville Children's Home, Dec. Waco State 17; 50 boys Home, Dec. from 17: 4S boys from Buckner Boys Hanch, Dallas, Dec. 27; 15 from Round complimented SCOT for coordinat- j Rock Baptist's Home, Dec. 31, and w . ing state level arrangements. A 50 from Corsicana State Home at 15 million dol- | Ihc hunts, al- Rifle list of about pro-1 safety ing SCOT staffer prepared a tentative Speed ahead' preparations for building the new 15 minion aoi- jrtssocmuon umnu.m,.-.-. o.™. ,,.^|.-...., ~T------- mr dom.:l County Stadium to house Houston's National League : riding the homes and toys ranches j duty, and briefed alerted gun field Capitol Dec. 31. Mrs. Charles ary of Mason for the boys one weekend. Forr most Dairies sent a refrigerated truck to return San Angelo orph ans' venison. Warden Ashby, proudly acknow Icdging the cooperative landslide said persons who couldn't • help were sending money, ranging up ward from $1. An Austin contract or mailed him a 5250 check Mason County ranchers provid trucks, guns, ammunition and per escorts. Contributions ar used for food and other items Officials of homes qualifying fo the hunt should contact eithc 'arden Ashby or Mrs. Hightowc Mason. • 11 UOm^.l WUlIllly mmUUIII UJ MUUae l*uu^,l'll .1 ." ^-- n -- ascball U-nm and the Houston Oilers of the AFL plus nu- jwilh enuipmen* for standard safety courses with firearms. Ranchers, Scoutcrs and local Smerous tlher sports was agreed upon last wtek-end. ip Spi .is of Crazosport arc lucky to have so many outstanding Reports in ihcir backyard. __ press at meeting even iced row she hasj Dallas Smith, rookie defense man wiU) (|lc Boston Brujns t a journalism fraternity ; ing meals, announced row she nas,^ yuunr , cst National Hockey Lea the evening that Ash by : n committee helping her. Odessa s; ; ade contact. SCOT also'Chuck Wagon Gang has vo | un giie player mis season. «e i made JUST PERFECT By Alan Move! JORPAtf OLIVAR, raf COAC/////& Jo 05 Of Tfc Ttlaze V/SSKLY RATlrfeZ. Xrt*fr>(m:ed by Htng F first niUUC l-UIIum-i' uv*»^ i liuvf ,»_.IMI... ••—r> •= i (T_i m r c,M e nt,_Bc n ^ly_tov L Jeg LJ njn«n^^ -^__ saffafiatrsat , f ^ slffa . fsflfeiFfirife ^ fffffS ^^^^^^ i w »^ww«BW««Bw«9W^^ " J-J— TRADE . IN ALLCiWANCES Dallas, put the ex-Notre and Chicago Card linebacker and guard on the sidelines for the last seven games. ;. Though little good came out-of the lop-sided loss to the Texatw, the game did serve the purpose of proving that veteran quartfir- back George Blanda is agafii ready to play after missing two games with an ankle injury. ;In s absence, rookie Jacky LXifi Cincinnati) directed the club to ins over Denver and Boston 8f id cinch tie for the Eastern DhJ- on title. Unnnle to move the club against hp fierce charging Dallas line, ce gave way to Blanda last Sunny and the ex-Chicago Bear com- leted six of 12 p a s s e s for 47 ards. Lee hooked up for nine ompletions in 15 thr&ws for 84 ards, but the strong Texan rush orced three interceptions, {fie rst two of which were turned nto touchdowns. In taking on Buffalo the Oilers must crack the AFL's best defen- ive club. The Bills lead the league in pass defense and total de- ense. Houston leads in pass offense, built around the running if halfback Billy Cannon and fullback Dave Smith, plus a trio of >ass receivers r e g a r d ed as the rest in the AFL. The Oilers own three of the league's top ten receivers, including ends Bill Groman (3rd), and John Carson (9th), and flanker back Charlie .lennigan (10th). Groman has caught 62 passes, which places lim third among receivers, but his total of 1222 yards, 11 touchdown catches and 19.7 yards per reception are all three high marks among AFL pass catchers. Houston closes the regular season on December 18 against the Boston Patriots in Houston. The Brazosport High School Band will perform in pre-game and haUtime a c t i v i ties. The band's performance will be televised nationally, however it cannot be viewed locally due to the 100-mile TV blackout. OPEN 8 A..M. TO 6P.M. OF BOB'S T.V. SERVICE IN A BRAND NEW LOCATION! 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