The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 9, 1959 · Page 8
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jfport and Braroria County, Texas Wed., " *ia '«* \T < , W i IKll §^1L^-^ I -V-4 ' 6 •70.JS Blackwalk Plut IOK and 9 rMoppebl« tlrei DtW ilw profXKtfontttly LOW I (FIRESTONE MEW TREADS i on sound tire bodies' " or on your •sv/n fires Fireston* New Treads g 4 ... JU th« »wttM««|<J»ri|n... t h«« W n»treid' depth and width...uid m mtde M you would pt with n«w Firestone J - - tir*. Buy « p«ir for YOUR car,, r^^^^^*" > ^ BHi ^^^ H ^^ iH ^^MMWi h?//»c and aluminum coated s/ee/| \to combat internal corrosion... Oij$nemy of mufflers/ xttnffiwms t 1 i/ec//bfl^//»^l »f p< deadly ---*- - |/no/7ox/ofe ^ases/ &, 1959 On Thursday.... Junior Highs Open Season Freeport, Lake Jaclwon Angleton all share tba and McCain and Woods are the ....g.oui, ai> aii«iB ma uyeu- only two lettermeii baclr in thi ing whistle at the 1959 Junior LJ camp and will probably car Hi Oh f no thai I eaae/tn «•«+« n*i_ _.. __.i_t. ^^ 11 _*• i « i High football season gets underway on Thursday...... However, all three games are planned on the road as Freeport wlUsvialt Galyestpn, Lake Jackson goes' to Palacios •' and Angleton makes a trip to Clear Creek.' •..--"••.: . • The three games, which get started at 7:30 p.m., will all bo non-district dates, Gene Lcpper will call on Soyce Woods to trigger the Lake Jackson game from his quarterback spot, while Larry Spence, Mike Tracy, Skeeta McCain and Ray Baldree will catch backfleld service. . Lions Open '59 Season At Angleton An even dozen lettemto are back in the Marshall tlon camp ai the Angleton grldders prepare to open their JI989 football season on Saturday against tho powerful Dayton crew. ' Back In the fold are eight linemen and four backfleld performers as coach W, R. Toles gets ready, to start his club down their ten-game schedule. Returning linemen Include Raymond' ChizW, 155, Robert White, 175, Russell Rowe, 175, Sam Brownj 190, E. Roberson, 185, Lonnla : Carothers, , 170, Richard Hall, 190, and B.-Jack- ton, 1S5. ;• : ->:', ;• In the backfleld,' Toles will have Mack Jackson, a 185 pound fullback. Lee Smith!-'-145 and Willie Lee Lewis, '180,' a pair of halfbacks, along with Joe Jones, another 185 pounder that plays fullback, , Wi : Shed W.attly, 165/an end an halfback L. Studley, 150, hav both shown up well in carl drills and could push some the vets for starting roles. Angleton's garne with Dayto 3Vlll C6t' ^StM&rQS&f&fGtit&^toSit f, ISaturday, Sepff^FwP. staged at the High School SU dlum. ,.i ,- :,-,•:,• • ..,,- .. Cast and Forecasts By Bill McMurray ry much of the offensive load, i In .addition ,to a steady ground game, the Panthers will bank on the passing of Woods against the ;Palacio» hosts. •Lepper and Ken Scarbrougb serve as the Lake Jackson varsity coaches. Freeport, with nine lettermen to depend on f 6 r their coming eight-game schedule, will try Galveston's Stephen F Austin in a Thursday opener. • Redskins head " coach Roy Anderson will call on such vets as Johnny Adams, James flul- lard, Mack Galznik, Jerald Little, Mac Parker, David Thomas; Scotty Smith, Ricardo Mendoza and Ronald Plsklak. With these nine lettermen, along with several more prospects, the.Redskins have been lagged the top club In the seven-team Junior High Conference, - *; ' , > , r Ai _ Angleton, where head coach* Fred Goeke -has one of the the largest '{earns In th» Joop, Wildkittens face Clear Creek' In an opening session. Goeke will call on such grid- dcrs as Windell Beene, ''Garry Gundy, Jerry 1 Oundy," Danny Jones, Robert Amos, Donald Waggoner, Krenek, * ttobert Huwt,.' '• n d Rti-homl O,,»l,t.-' '' . Richard BuehUl Schoo/boy Teams Rated » , ?? for V he state * ch o° lb °y football teams that carry the AAAA and AAA banner can even get started, .a group cf 32 Caches making up the United Press International's Ratino* Board have labeled the coniiinders. ... pefendina champlons.Wichlta Fills and Breckenrldgemono- .polizW th^H«tjplace votes in the pre-season lineup. , -pe^tfichfei'SlngJeiJIdut Abilene as theteani to give Wichita Falls- aoWe.tteubie and thdi called Cleburneand Sweetwater t»e teams. tunhUig behind Breckenridge in the AAA linetip. However, the thing that should be of interest to fans in'this section is .the lineup of ,12-AAAA teams that happened to be Ustcd.on the initial:voting, .: ,• Baytowri was picked in the number ten spot and the Ganders were the only unit making the top ten. Others that received votes from the Brazosport Exporters league were Galena Park." Spring Branch and Pasadena. . ' .i . was the Reagan KMA ->a ?* m at ? a te ^es was the Reagan Bulldogs frpm Houston, an outfit that recently staged a scrimmage with the Shippers. •". / r - ./, ,,.: ... 4-i , ... ; t t; •. Out of 223chooiboy clubs imheAAAA bracket^ irheJ^ were not even mentioned. - "^T MI come ?s expectjveesamd passing and ground game, and then Improve on pass defense, they should be high up on this UPI rundown before tte season Right now.their not noted. Let's wait until the middle of the season and see what has happened. ' : , . . u, B * th< L w ay,-thetop ten teams are Wichita Falls, AbUeae, Highland Park, San Antonio Jefferson. Corpus Christi Ray, Port Arthur, Waco, Dallas, South Oak Cliff. AmariHo Tascosa and Baytown.- -•",; •• . •;"'•' • :••-•• -•• • - .-. •• • „! -i" iH*- ^"loundup, Bay City Is listed as numbereight; wlule Alvin has taken over a spot among tfteWSO. -••-.,.-* Angleton,. «m, oyertoqked.is.bne of the : better AA outfits. takes on the 8th ranked B, lack Cats this Friday night In a ««me set at Wildcatadium,; "' ' " - " • • Jhen theftfi^^Si; *A«y move into West Colurabia'to lace E. S. Golson'* Roughnecks., .This gives ^ie county two of the jop rated AAA,tearas.playlnghejfeon Friday. • • ' Terrell i* llstedgs tliejop AAteamln the state, while Stamford,, Gonzales, Liberty, Port Acres, Edna,' Brady, .Seroiiiole and others arejtagged as.majqr powers to that class. . 1 . . Pprtj'Aorestf/iiled/to'.toc-k^to sharp in theu narwwj5-0 win over WesVdbltebta'&d-itlooJcs to us as If the Eagles might suffer from lack ; of depth on down the line. ^Back-to'schoolers will be going steady with these- soft^suede floats on lean Italiaia Soles.; " : In go-toge]ther colors: Paleface, Blue, Grey, Tobacco, Black, Also Black smooth. ,... FREEPOET OFYOUR CAR workmanship or materials! \ "Acoustically-Controlled" construction for super-q^i operation/ WSTAUATIOM '<ikNi do k IM ' (Mini •*0» ta TODAY ',•''' '<•!' 4V.99 Chw. w Font - WEEK Others slightly higher oiig 5yt»w i^K^gii^ri^ , FREE Un VUUce STORE PIMM BR *-2608 FREE PARKING AND SPICIAIS FOI THUISDAY ,F«IDTYANDSATURDAY Folgen $»<* ?^ f* £«. , COFFEE ; s - n or • !/2 GALLON CARTON IALMANCH APRICOTS ............ NO. Vh CAN 25$ DRIP GRIND ORK CHO P IN E APPLE JU ICE....«oz.cAH3U lINTAlCIEAi COLGATE.......... 16IANTTUKS 59t .."..••..-.'.- " - H. , t - *• - *• * *• TOWU ' "" "'' " '' ' " ! 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