The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 9, 1959 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 9, 1959
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Page 8 THE BRAZOBPOKT FACTS Exporters On Friday. Jones M Braftosport and Bf azoria County, Texas Wed., September 9,1050 THESE FOUR Gildden will ihiit in* c»nl«r work on off- enw and ih*n catch defenilri lime for th* Briiotpori Ex* porters in Friday'! opiner againit JMM Jonti in Houston. The foursome includes, from left to right. Doyle OUrer. Jo» Cuishall, David Brthdenberg and Joe Cousins. I TO SUIT YOU! WE CUT AND \VRAPFORYOUR DEEP FREEZE OPEN 7 DAYS A PURE FORK PAN SAUSAGE » 29* CEL 3 LO B BAG "" U.S. GOOD SHOULDER STEAK T ., SUN. *£ U.S. 6000 CROWN ROAST U. S. GOOD SAUSAGE Lb. FRYERS LARGE FRESH CAGED EGGSooz INSPECTED O.S.GOOD T40NE OR SIRLOIN FRESH DRESSED HEN u 27{ POTATOES 10 IBS 35t BULK WEINERS FRESH PORK BONES Waller, Holt Take Honors At Riverside After a successful three-day Labor Day Golf Tournament, officials at Riverside Country Club now turned their attention to the Sept. 25 Pro-Member event Some 20 members of the Gulf Coast PGA group will be on hand at Riverside and will] team with member threesomes [ for ' the 18-hole sweepstakes •• tournament. At the recent 36-hole Labor Day tourney, which was staged over a three-day period and members could get in their 36- holes on any two of the three days, a total of 70 golfers en tered. Taking top place In Flight A .was Pete Waller, who carded a 142 total score, beating Mrs. Fi W. Estill by two strokes,- as she had a 144. 7 In third place was Raymond ^alker, with a 146, while Dr. ._M<McCary came up with •tttJ'for fourth place. ;,Itt:::pght B of the handicap e»en.feW.;F. Holt had a Ul to ftaish.,five strokes in front of W..T. Rave, who had a 146, •* Tied- for third was Mrs. ,J.' Lee "Arrington and Grant Scroggins, each with a 149 score.,,. . , In the Hole-In-bhe contest, which was staged for Riverside members on Monday and spon- Xm>dPhv.»h»~W^», iV-VI Di-iii. Already pisked by-Mouston newspapers to drop their 1856 football opener to pass-minded Jesse Jones,- thir Brazosport Exporters took the- practice field today with one thought in mind—Upset. Determined to get off on the right foot, the Shipper went through a brlok wnrkou on Tuesday of pass defense am work on wide plays expectec by Jones, More of the Sam* appearei on Head Coach Tlarderi Coop er's *6r(c slate, today'as tlmi drew closer t6 Friday's trip t< Houston and a bout With thi Jones boys. With a couple of pln-poln passers in Billy McRill and Mike Cooper at the helm, Jone has been installed a favoriti over the Exporters in Friday 1 ! date. ' The game, which will be held at Jeppesen Stadium or the Public School ?leld. \vil get underway at 7:30 p.m. The Ships blanked Jones, 280, last year :biit this'Js a different .season ;andxthe passing of McRill and C66oer are high, ly rated, along with Viich runners as Karl Siebeneicher, 170 Larry Bates, 192, Stein Cass 155, and Gary Cavasas, 165, Both Cass and'Cavasas are the speedsters ori the Jones club, as both have .been tlmct: under 11 seconds for the century. Siebeneicher' and Bates are the 1 power-runhUig Jonss'befa pair of 200 pound Ken*" 11U """" ' neth'S-Bear at'202 and Lee at fullbacks. However, itheflxport«r s will 215. man a solid defensive unit' A ShipperJV's In 3:30 Date On Thurs. In their opening game of the 1959 season, Brazosport's, Junior Varsity is scheduled to travel over to Jesse Jones in Houston for a Thursday after- side pro Chet Warner, no one managed .to ace the selected number four. v-,-However, C. G. Lebow won the trophy for that part of the Labor. Dpy ; affair: by getting ils shot ten feet, 8^ inches from he cup on the par three nurn- >er Jour. Paul Shelly was n«ft I n line, being 11 feet, 3 incfi^r,! rom the cup. " '.;'' NORIHl MIDGET IB BACON39 noon round. The game will get underway at 3:30 p.m. and will be held at ; the, ; Jones Footbail at ; the line knock down Heading t • .— r -. _„-,._ „ r _ i ,,. *, .vu^, Exporter head cbkch Hacde^ _ooper made his varsity selec-P tions .on Monday and the re-K maining prospects dropped back to the JVs. WitJ^around < 3! out'of the 55 prospects placed on the varsity, it left only around 20 to make.up-the JJJ& In order to. give the Junior Varsity some depth at, various ker's troops on Thursday. Ford Brown, .tyhaVJft still listed on the varsity, "will man the number one quarterback role,- while Lynn Longino and Oonald Stnmg^another varsity twosome; will 'get opening halfback roles. .Other backs;such,as Robert Rip Van Winkle Couldn't Sleep witt NaggingBackache , ,, JNvwfibncaattttlM&utnllefTTOimd the Junior" bom mining hutVnrhf, headicb^ •"•'' -• • (ny'Hedge will'Be'playihg. Walker will be in charge of the Junior Varsity at their gamesjand,,will be joined by a member iti Cooper's varsity staff," i. ...•-;; v, : i ..•';•. •'.-,*• : i. However/the;'JVs will hold daily workouts with, the var- and from,Week to week : point to sev- l* 0 ? 3 ? 1 •Br.earl? . afternoon's , the JVs still e ****' "***** Park comes on Oct. I. The first home game will be at 4 p.m. against South Houston. FBEFPQPT 906 GULF BLVD. ^hearers for Shoes [KNOW TOU ', .' ' • NEXT TO " : Velaaco Post Office SELF-SERVICE SHOE STORE STOHE HOUH8 9 am To » p« LADIES AND OHILDRENS NEW SHIPMENT HANDBAGS $1.99 — 2.90 REMEMBER ANY 2 PAIR OF $2.90 SHOES RAIN BOQTi lOAFER$u| OXFORDS ATLAS Motor Analyzer with MEN'S SHOES NEW SMALL SIZES FLATS and HEELS LOAFER $9.90 THREE F4CT0HX TRAINED MECHANIPB ON DVITl AT AIX TIMES PENNER'S BVMBI* SERVICE * Hickory Fr Kpwt >pping the Falcons and -then;. try. to a few passes, le Exporter for- 11 be ands Pat P«t- nd Larry Masters, tackle work will bus, a couple of rtigged per formers that like ,to tackle, are dtie line work at guard or lino- bicker. Shorkey weighs In al 190 and Pybus at 160. Joe Cousins, 115, will Join Shorkej and Pybus at a guard Exporter - Jones Now On Sale in IS for Braioiport's sale ** fooiball opener Fav T«ese three make up thi mid. , „ ,-„, Teny FQ _fd Doyle Oliver. w d'j line-for Cooper's troops I HOWeyer, several of \ht-t Outside jobs go to Noel Me- fehslve starlets, could ntf ^ "• ••- • "'- '...i-*. 8p( rt replacements OKI i ti..^*. *ii VUtllMb JUU3 QV bV A1UC4 AT1W- Ahulty, 145, a battier that also likes to tackle or block and lett nen Bubba Willenberg, quiuit o>*uv * •?«*»• offensive lineup. The Shippers theme icii. ueji ouooa wuienuergt * tlv «...^^^-« - — y."IiaiL 18S, with Cooper Ford, 160, and should field a rugged offeiHJp* RoJart Sterling, 170, backing ettnHfea^able bf scoring, soeh this group up. Deep spots will «...^^^-« - — y." field a rugged offe 170, backing ettnHfea^able bf scoring, power running backs of Pawr- be covered son, Tate, F.prd, Sterling Deep spots will be covered son, ate, .pr, er by Don Hynds. 15(1, «nd Forest Clark will sooner ot later Clark, 146, while Bob Tate, 180, dowrr alrrtoit'an# Mns. Sf-ai*ltvirt • T «*MAi T nMtil^A r*k'^H . I. *4»jn._^! ...i^« MA*>> w«*H fM* I Sterling, Lynn> Lorigino, Donald Strong, or others could check into" the 1 lineup 1 4 * For an opener, the defense Will probably get a complete wr ' t, as Jones will counter their passing with dives, pitch outs, counters and rollouts, " lhe oftenstve *'d Coop• . :er will have Bob Walker, 165 .u ' B * a » os P° rl Athletic Director H. E. Hopper announced runnin S at the num6*Mdh*4 that the ilckeli for the Jen. Jo*., openei ftrtu™ ^JSSfi: q^rterback spot, «rfft$Ht on sale until Ia<« Friday afternoon. . and Tate make up the -half- au them for $1.25 each. whll. Jh.y will co.i $1.50 at ih. gale..' Pnttcrson has the fullback _ Friday 1 ! non-di»iriel round will be staged at Jeppeien; 5130 * nal 'ed down, but Sterling Stadium in Houston, which it the Public School HeldTand:' 5 a very capable replacement Jh« starling lime will be ^:30 p.m. ;i and should see lots of duty. will b. th. 0 P .n.r for both^ porter, . „ d Lj '%£* "•'•.' •— — — ^— — - •: „ 'Donald Pisklak,, L Walker; who can win or \ vlU be dialing .the num. rorn his man-under rolej could be ,hl« Jiasslng ] Jo COPPEE Open-t ajtn. toVli P.M. OPEN ON StiNDAT 821 Gulf Bird. DEPARTMENT STORE OUR LOSS! YOUR GAIN!... WE'RE WTH STOCK OF IRANDED MERCHANDI '' •»nyii» mc^nAHln GENTLY PURCHASED FROM SCHECHTER'S STORE OF ROSENIER6. MEN'S FUNNEL ORES' LADIES SUM JIMS & PEDAL PUSHERS' LADIES 10 TO 20 V--'i \ ' V EACH LADIES HANDBAGS EACH Mlm lAWES T-TOPS r»»] VALUES TO $3.99 AU SIZES HANG-AU LUGGAGE REG. $25.00, UP 00 PLUS TAX IDRESS S14TMW17 lOY'S COATS i JACKETS MEN'S STRETCH SOW SHOJT IINGTHS PAII SHOIT LENGTHS OF MATERIAL -^50% i oo"^^m V5 T^^KrmiKA- Wl "SLKfi Off FREEPORT 308 SOUTH AVEMUE A

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