The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 10, 1959 · Page 5
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 5

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, September 10, 1959
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am Hrmorfs owrtfr, Tans, "Ml loofc "Pitiful" Soys Cooper i' ers • ••• • •• T™ ~ i, Ready er net, Friday «nl«ht epena their 1959 football'tS- * 6 5«l r BrM «Port'i Exporters. .-With * brief Wednesday *«.'""nage, the Shipper* closed out heavy work tor their open- tag date with jerte j 6n «i in Houston. According to head Coach Haf- den Cooper, the Exporters looked "pitiful" ony Wednesday. /" In lad shape to play an opening football game wag theitfen: fif ftral'opinion of the Brazotport tlhgmaster. Missed signals, fumbles, poor tackling and blocking, dropped passes and just a bad day wai What happened In the Export-* eif. camp on Wednesday. : The Exporter*, who have been Installed a two-point underdog to the pass-minded falcons, are scheduled to open their 1959 season at 7:30 p.m. Stadium. . * • Li»t year the fcrpertew smashed the Houston visitors who played at Hopper Weld, 28-0. from their roid trip to Houe- ton, the Exporters will returt home the following week to battle the Lufkln Panthers, always a rugged pack from East Texae. •;. • ..;-, '. •'-.' _ For the Jones game.'Bratoi- port Athletic Director H/ I Hopper anhduneed that tickets " " :: - ': ::::::: :::::;:: -"-. "!' :::: """ : ^"::::::;::: : -'! :::;:: ; ••' - :••.•."".; •'•• • • : -^^i::*:::Sff: : were BOW on tale at (tie ictoo Buslneee OWee aM would re main there tinttl late Friday. Ticket at* the gate in Koui ton will cost »i.M, while the/ tott only at. the loea IChOol Office'. "':.-: : .->'', ; The Shippen; are' «rpecte< to be. In fair shape for thel Friday', bperier, as only But Tockion, whA broke hit thumb will miss the contest, : Jackson, who wee slated to hold down a, sterling guard'i lob, has been in trainer Bill; Pickafd's repair room for almost two .weeks and win be there',at least another two weeks; ' ' .Xlited en the doubtful list la lalfbaek; Boo Tate, who Inured a hip in last Friday's scrimmage with Bay City. Tate '"' '.v^<;"-n^ <•'/ '\** 1 *f"'i. * / v "^ \ ''^I'lkefcL',- ''} tl f " 9' ^fl^A'^'.v.'.'^wjSR - - the Saturday row Reagan, but returned pads on Monday. r tent the Shipp.. a double workout on which TtfMLabpr'Day ', a Ufh^ywkout wa» 01 tethihg ta'^ds. pfaS, wll s lineup for klckoffs and kick re wrns, work some on- ba handling and pass defense. For the clash with the Jones boys, the Exporters are due 1 have a busy night on pass de fense. With quarterbacks Bill MeRIll and Mike -Coopl* • Jones » reguarded as the .passlnges team In Houston. •".: -'•"'};• . Both are lettermen 'and .will "hare the signal calling work n the Jones stralght-T offen live formation. Besides being able to throw he running pass the long or hort toss, they both are, out- landing runner*: m , option ?Iay*,pr rollout^ *jj>. falcon backfleld and both speedy 'Halfback!. Larry ates, a 192-pound blaster.-will ie at a fullback role for Fri- ay's opener. • ,, • The biggest man on tbe'lbnes club Is tackle David WSgner, who la listed "at neef;'200 pounds. .. •,.,' ' i For the Exporters, Cooper 1* likely to make some starting shifts after Wednesday'« workout, but here is the way the starters were luted ." On the defensive side, Pat Patterson and tarry' Masters Will cover at the end spots, while Kenneth Bear and Kenneth Lee, a pair of 200-plus pounders, will hold .tackle jobs. 1 Allen Shorkey and Jack Pybus, a pair of lettermen, will takie the .guard positions, while rugged , Joe Cousins', will be a linebacker. - *•• Deep positions will be held .by Don Hynds, Forest Clark, iBubba Willenberg and " Noel McAnulty. This four will have the 'Job of knocking down or picking off the Jones passes. For offense, Cooper will or * * * Prldar's 12-AAAA Bchdeub Brazosport at Houston ,.,.-,... .,. South Houston at BeUaire (Saturday) Galvetton at,Fort Neches St. Thomas at Texas Qty Lamar (Houston) at Baytown Milby at Galena Park • CC Bay at Spring Branch Odessa at Pasadena • Putting At El Logo CC A putting sweepstakes, which arts at 7:30 p.m., will be County Club. This.?.event if: open to all golfer* 'in the Brazoria County area; both men and women. Thej putting session will be Jield oo ( th« practice green at El Lago CC. A CLAMBAKE! OU> SAYBROOK. Conn. (OPIJ—CUmbakN an • Hew Ifclattd tradition, end then's no ttoppiaa toadiUon. Appenatlr by force ei h«- bU. 'a freight cei fowl of clena ibat were meant to stay cold got themselves baked recently. New Haven tralaa were halted while velttkteer fir«n*o here feogU a Hue thai cooked iheuaaad* of clams in e re- ear, ihlght have, Bob Walker at quarterback, while Charles Oriffln and Roger McCary back him up. Cooper Ford and 22S. J 8 * 8 We j the halfbacks, With Pattersort'at fullback. ' Robert ststi&g, Clark, Mc- Anolty, Richard Farqtiharson and several others could catch backfleld service. • • . In the Sine, Brent OllUam and Donald Plsklak are starting ends, Lee and Bobby Lowell at tackles, Shorkey and Tern- Forbes at the guards and Doyl« Oliver at center. -; QBClub To Meet Monday ..Meeting number one of the jrazosport./Quarterback Club fill be hied on Monday, Sejjt. ^th,'at;the.Senlor High School ™rfeterla.'. •-••-. ,Ti C. Seunan, president of he 1959-80 Quarterback Club nnounced that the meeting .vould get started at 7:30 p.m All Quarterback Club mem- lers, plus all Exporter football ans, are urged to attend the nltlal meeting. Besides viewing the Export- r-Jeue Jones game film and earing a scouting report on jjfkln from Head Coach Haren Cooper, a.special feature is lanned for Monday. Throughout the football sea- on the Brazosport Quarterback Club will hold regular Monday Ight meetings at the Senior Sigh SchooL Game films and cout reports will be featured. Jfowever, football will not be >e only sport supported by ie local Quarterback dub as hey win aid In the entire ath- etlc program throughout the roozsport area. All Junior High sports, plus n 'athletic teams fielded at the ilgh school will be backed by he Quarterback Club. J. Chappel Seven-Under AtFreeport Freeport'sr Jack -Chappel carded a seven-under par 63 the Freeport Golf Course on [onday, Labor Day, for one of the lowest scores of the year. Chappel played the front nine in 31, which is four under par, and then came up with a 32, three under, on the back side. The course record at Freeport is a 59 posted by Willard Wood a former Brazosport goll- er who is now a professional at the Kingsville County Club. Wood, who taught school several years in the Brazosport ystcm had rounds of 30-29 in posting the all-time record! IS YOTJB CAB PROPEBtrr . , PERFORMING ATLAS Motor Analyzer with DYNA-VISION machine tell* yea exactly whit the trouble i» with yon amto'e engine. THREE FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS ON DDTX AT ALL TIMES PENNER'S HUMBLE SERVICE tth * Hickory Freeport Confident and aure,—His family nest egg U increased each payday and those parings are held in complete wrfety with the sa^ngu apecialists of Bra«pria County, Brazosport Sav. ings and Loan Association. He knows his earnings are the highest obtainable ig this area. He knows his saving! go'to build up Brazoria County, his home community. Satisfaction? Yes Sir! the finest kind. Oet your share of security- open your savings account at Braaosport Savings tomorrow. CURRENT -"•t-- 1l y£ -'••* HBR ANNUM fflffl Savings AND IOAN ASSOCIATION Mil roil • ANSUION . UKI ucttON . Br. Perry Mueller Announces the Opening of his office for the practice of GENERAL DENTISTRY • • . " ... ''.l. ;;y : SUITE 126 • ' :.. ' -, take Jackson Proffessional Building Lake Jackson, Texas Office Phone CY 7-3488 :: Ses|dencft Phone CY 7-424S •'i*• :: v, Offiet Hour* 8:30 A.M. — MORE MOR£ Of EVttYTHING THAIS WHAT YOU GET IN THE H WEEK-END EDITION Ol THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS START YOURS TODAY CALL BE 3-3511

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