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8 THE BRAZ08POBT fACTS BRAZOSPQRTS By GEORGE FERGUSON FACTS SPORTS fiDlTOtt Sports Center In Houston Of major interest to Brazosport fans attending the Bluebonnet Bowl game in Houston Saturday is the pledge by the city's hotel and restaurant associations that there will be 80 increase Ln regular rates and prices during the week of the gam«. The irtrchants and entertainment enterprise owners have exposed an eagerness for visitors to come to Houston to have a good time, se« a fine game, enjoy Houston hospitality, and not be "gouged." The University of Alabama "Million Dollar Band" will per- forn-. at the Texas-Alabama game in the Bluebonnet Bowl Saturday. In the field entrance the band will play a tune ap- propntito to the theme of the day's haUtime, "There's no Business Like Show Business." A traditional feature of each Alabama halftimc is a novelty, precision drill. The drill is climaxed with a marching maneuver forming the letters A and T. To sa'ute Texas, the band will play "The Eyes of Texas" and as the band swiftly faces the Alabama stands the tune will switch to "Yea Alabama." Other outstanding acts will be performed by the great- Alabama Band. Bwaosport and Brasoria County, Texas, Wed., December 14, I960 Alabama T- Point Favorite While the Texas vs. Alabama clash in the second annual Bluebonnet Bowl game at Rice Stadium id Houston Saturday is not yet ft complete sellout, bowl committee members are confident their goal of a full house wilf be ittained. With the game only three days iway, the great majority of tickets have been sold and daily) sale* have been brisk at the Hoa*tan toroM-thMounter locations of Hoit't and CHhman'g gporttng good* store* and Rice gym. H the game does fill the httge and magnificent Rice Stadium ft will represent something of a "miracle" in major bowl game circles, for never a post-season grid presentation gained such solid and 'big time" status' In such a short time as (he Bine- bonnet Bowl. All the current major bowl* that have been in existence tor many year* had to go through somwhat extensive building periods of modest crowds before they became firmly established. 1 But the Bluebonnet last year; had 55,000 in its debut that pre? sented two conference champion* and top ten ranked teams !n Ctemson and TCU with demson a 2J-7 victor, In itt second time out, the Blue- botmet again has a team hi the nation'* top ten, Alabama, a club that was rated ninth In both the AP and UPI finals polls. The famed Crimson Tide, play; ing in a bowl game tor the fourteenth time, has one of the [top^season records of any major bowl participant at 8-1—1. Meantime, while the University oi Texas was down a bit in the poll* via n T—3 record, it is noteworthy the combined point total ff their losses that separated them from an undefeated season was only nine points. Two of their Conquerors, by slim margins in nlp-and-tuck games, play in the Sugar (Rice) and Cotton [Arkansas) bowl contest*. Otic of their victims, Baylor, 19 • in the Gator Bowl, Texas boosters frankly contend their club deserved a higher rating because of its very rugged schedule, and a conquest of ninth-ranked Alabama would uphold that opinion. Alabama Is a one point favorite to beat Texas in the football classic Saturday. The game which oddsmnkers have established as he closest of the post season matches, starts at 1 p.m., Hou- ston time, The game wffl be We- vised nationally over CBS-tV. Blticbonnet officials are rooting for the weatherman to come through as magnificently as he did for the debut game last yenr when the game was played in th» bright sunshine. The temperature was 57 degrees. The odd* are good that the weather will be good again as this area usually ha* quite comfortable conditions IB December. l-REVIEWOFTHEYEAR^By Alan Maver. i . i ——> FEBRUARY••*•• i i I BRAZOSPORT MEAT CO. I 114 N. GULF BLVD. FREEPORT We Cut and Wrap Deer For Freezer RABBITS Fresh Dressed „.,. Lb. 65 BUDGET HORMEL BACON CROWN ROAST SHOULDER STEAK Wichita Falls-Miller Grid Finals To Be On Television Lb. GROUND MEAT Fresh Daily [ Pure Pork PAN SAUSAGE SIRLOIN OR T BONE ROUND VEAL STEAK Lb. Lb. . Lb. . Lb. 49° 39° 39° 65° 79° HORMEL BACON POTATOES - "• "M »** PIECES Lb. Box BAO Purchase _ ;...,..... I 25 39° SPECIALS GOOD WED., DEC. 14 THEO DEC. « OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK J^ SSSfl^ "to". h| Sh|P'M- Saturday for the Class one- school football playoff between championship. . Wichita Fall* and Corpus Christ! Locally Brazosport's Miller will be televised by Humble •^^•^ —' -• Oil Company. The game wttl be telecast beginning at 2:15 p.m. Saturday and can be viewed locally on Channel 13. Four Texas schoolboy football champions will be crowned this week. And the favorites to take the honors are Wichita Falls, Brownwood, Denver City and Albany. This makes no allowance for upsets, which is a falacy In view of the way things have been going. Wichita Falls, seeking its fifth Class 4-A title, clashes with Corpus Christl Miller, in search at its second crown. They clash at Waco at 2:30 p. m. Saturday. There are no other former champions in the field. The closest to it is Albany of Class one-A, which reached the finals in 1954 only to lose to Deer Park. Brownwood, which came up unheralded and unsung, battle* Port Lavaca for the Class 3-A title at 8 p.m. Friday in Austin. Denver City and BeUviUe clash Wildcats wfll meet the Dunbar High School Dragons of West in a 7:30 p.m. Friday game for the dass-A Negro football championship. The game will be played at Hopper Field. Tickets for the game are now on sale at Lanier High School, First State Bank in Clute and Lake Jackson State Bank. In the bustling little town of Denver City out in the West Texas plains country Is a snow man dressed in a football uniform. On the back is number 77. Everybody Who sees the snowman knows its represents Denver at San Angelo at 2:30 p.m. Friday for the Class 2-A title. Albany, the team that tumbled mighty Stinnett from the running, PRICES GOOD NOW THROUGH DEC. 24th! Member Cluta Bank 1st Charge Plan dty'g Bert Gravitt, already a schoolboy football legend. That number "77" has been flashing over Texas gridirons In a touchdown avalanche. The 190- pound Gravitt is credited with leading Denver City High School Into the state finals, with a record of 14 games undefeated, untied. .-.'.' College scouts are camping on the Gravitt doorstep. ; Oklahoma is reported, to have the after them. Bert has scored 321 points. He has carried the ball for 2,297 yards and passed for 436 and 8 touchdowns. His team has scored G93 point*. " On Christmas Eve Bert, a «en- or, will be 18 years old. Brother Bill is 8 feet and 2 inche* tall, weigh* 205 pounds, does the kicking for the team with a 40-yard average and plays a terrific game on defense. Last week Bert led Denver City to a 40-0 win over Ohrey with touchdown runs of 11, 66, even and five yards. He also threw an 11-yard scoring pass. It was after Bert's night against 31ney that a small boy pushed lis way into the dressing room and announced, "I want to shake ands with BeA." They found Bert, and he shook ands with the boy. As the small youngster left the Bowl Games Shaping Up Over Nation Riots New* 8m1c*s The Baylor Bears, kept from the practice field last week by steady rains, moved into their Gator Bowl preparation* in earnest Monday. They staged a two- in the 38-degree dressing room, he said, "Thanks, all I ever wanted to do was shake hands with Bert Gravitt." Lamar Cagers hour workout weather. Tackle Pete NlcMas received a iroken nos^ and guard Robert Burk a dislocated flnger. Both will take part In the full scale drills today, however. Baylor meets Florida in the Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Florida Saturday Dec. 31. track. Gravitt and his twin broth er, BUI, an all-state tackle, are natives of Oklahoma. Just about every college tha has a football team, however, i< Exporfereffes Defeat Girls From Angleton S Brazosport High School's A bas- JS ketball team, the Exporterettes, ijj defeated the Angleton High School girls last night at Brazosport's senior high gym 75-67. The Ex- porterettes led all the way. The score at the end of the first quarter was 20-17; second, 37— 33 and third, 52—42. Ellen Nichols scored 28 points for Brazosport wit' Vicky Perry scoring 27 and Linoa Cruce 20 points. The local girls' quintet , scored 13 free throws out of 30 1 attempted. Roughnecks Lamar Consolidated boys basketball team defeated the Columbia Roughnecks last West night JK •"• v **&'«»t\^\^ . IOUH illglll 50—3&iLamar hit about 50 percent of their shots while the Roughnecks only tossed about 24 percent through the bucket. High scorers for West Columbia were Stump with 11 points and Perkins with 8. High scorers for .amar Consolidated were Bryson with 21 points and Fnax with 15. Lamar led in score all the way. In the B game, Lamar won in double overtime 54-52. Adamson was high for Lamar with 24 and D. Williams scored 25 paints for the B Roughnecks. West Columbia's next game, will be at 5:30 p.m. Friday in te basketball tournament at John: Foster Dulles High in a Same'with Channelview. The Rice Owls held their first Sugar Bowl workout also on Monday in virtual seclusion because of nippy 40-degree weather. The practice wasn't closed, but only three persons turned up to watch the Owls start preparing for their Jan. 2 date with Mississippi in New Orleans. At Rice, Coach Jess Neely, said lie Is pleased with the workout, Rice's first since they lost to Baylor on Nov. 26. Ttxas and Alabama have both about completed work out for the Bluebonnet game Saturday in Houston. Arkansas seems in good physical condition stttl for the Jan. Z Cotton Bowl Classic. Arkansas and Duke tangle In the silver anniversary Dallas game. The Liberty Bowl promoter, Bud Dudley, .appeared optimistic today that clear weather w o u Id prevail Saturday for the, football game between Penn State and KEG. 13.50 SLEEPING BAGS BEG. 12.00 . PLASTIC DUCK DECOYS BEG. mm 33 r YS r Insulated Hunting COAT made by U.S. Rubber REG. »«%*05 33.60 .44 Insulated UNDERWEAR Dacron Filled mens ladles boya R£O i«*&a 13.98 Q The Cmpqua HUNTING COATS made by White Stag tj—w Beg. 31 JO I/ 4-Fl»7«r BADMINTON SET '6 M 4-Player TABLE TENNIS SET i.es 4 Spaldtng G.OLF CART "Clubmoblle" model 426 10" Wheels <»0S Reg. 23.50 I/ Rubber 'All-Star BASKETBALL No. HB-102-A Official ih* M. weitfas tou REO. 8.60 « "Performance" BASKETBALL official iba and weight. No. SB- 10 * $005 RS». 7.98 A United Norn- l*r of IMo model JOHNSON OUTBOABOS At "CLOSE-OUT" Price* PALMER'S sporting goods 1 LAKE JACKSON ROAD CLTJTE Freeman Wins Huntsvilb Oregon in Philadelphia. At the moment, however, the snow i heavy and the weather is cold. Dudley said he has checked several weather maps, made various calls, including one to Chicago, from all indications, he said we should have clear weather over the weekend with the temperature about 42 degrees. For the past several days Pennsylvania, along with other eastern states, have been victinjs of heavy snow and frigid cold. PARRY — . O'BRIEN/ ,.,^spread boating activity is the fact drawbar will rest on the floor hat trailered outboards few feet under the car's forward aken home tor safe, handy, cost thousands of new cast each AFL PLAYOFF - . ----~— a— — * ubu . Land Thursday night to play _ John Foster Dulles and will par- DAV!MM E tidpate in the Sweeny girls' tourn- 2)0X111(3 C ament this week end. Their first W game in the Sweeny event will be at 3:45 Friday when they meet West Columbia.- SMU LOSES DALLAS, AP - IBS SMU Mus- angi spoiled Oklahoma's hither- o perfect record tor the basketball season last night while two rther Southwest Conference men- ben were taking it on the chin. While the Methodists were sink- ng the Sooners 67 to 61, Oklahoma City University posted its Uth straight triumph by beating Baylor 68 to 54 and Tulsa handed Arkansas a 64 to 59 setback. As a result, roe Southwest Con- erence now trails against outside toe* with 16 victories against 20 deieats this season. New Jersey is the most densely .populated state with 800.2 people er square mile, according to the 960 census. The least dense, with one person to every miles, Is Alaska. square Steve Freeman,123pound . , amateur boxer from Lake Jackson, representing Boy Scout Explorer Post 302 at Lake Jackson, knocked out 120 pound Steve Gon- gorra in the main boxing event of a program held last night at Sam Houston State Teachers College in Huntsviile. The knock out came in the second round of the event after Freeman had knocked Gongorra to the canvas twice before, once in the first round and again earlier in the second round. Gongorra Is the 1960 Golden Gloves Champion from Waco. Steve Freeman will box tomorrow night on the Bluebonnet Bowl Joxing Program to be held at the Elks Club in Houston. Steve's opponent at this program will be i a champion .boxer from the Uni- j versity of Corpus Christ!, ; Bobby Freeman says that prac- ice will start Monday at the: .ake Jackson American Legion' tall, where the Explorer Post 302 boxing club works out, for the Houston Golden Gloves Tournament to be held in Houston Jan. 25-28. Los meet in the offering, noting its adaptability to outboard living. K you're planning to buy or bnild a home, the outboard people recommend that you pay particular attention to the garage of any home you consider. A two-car garage is much' to be preferred, but if this feature cannot be had, it is possible to have a one-car garage built flve or six feet wider at little additional cost. An average-sized outboard can be rolled in and out on Its trailer quite easily, and it's much better to have the rig under - ' American Football League's championship playoff at The average garage door is seven feet high. »> modest additional cost, 8-foot doors can be installed instead while the gara"e is .being built, the windshields, flagstaffs, etc., of trailered runabouts ride quite high and this feature will help to get the boat in and out of the garage conven- ently. Double-width doors, which :liminate the -center post, make t easier to get wide-beam boats in and out. When lot size permits, a U- shaped driveway is a big aid because It keeps trailers, tow cars, rtsltlng cars and delivery trucks Houston And OklaUMeet Thursday Four of the Southwest'* um basketball teams move into 10000-seat Sam Houston Coliseum this week for a pair of pre-Bluebonnet Bowl doubleheaders on Thursday and Friday nights. . Thursday'!! action sends Oklahoma Stato University of the Big EiRht Conference against Texas A&M of the Southwest Conference Game time Is 7 p.m. The 9 p.m' game will be the first roundball meeting of the University of Houston and ihc University of Okla- Oma ' »"° thor Bi * Ei #it team. The 7 p.m. tipoff Friday win nL ™7? Confcl ' 9 "any Houston and Oklahoma Slate. The ARRJPS v,ll meet the Soonera in the S at 9 p.m. It will also be the first meeting of these two teams on he basketball court. Oklahoma could come into the doubleheaders with a perfect re- c ?™' A Pro-season first division Pick in the rough Big Eight Con- erence. Coach Doyle Parrach's earn has recorded wins over Texas Western, Minnesota, and B-iham Young. The Sooncrs will in Dallas Tuesday night for ime with Southern Methodist. Texas A&M and Oklahoma State via each enter the twlnbllls with hree wins and a loss. The Aggies, coached by former klahoma State star Boh i Rogers •on over Trinity, Houston, and entenary, A&M's lone loss was ) Kansas State in Manhattan. State beat U.C.L:A., Texas astern, and Arkansas, before smg to Tulsa. Getting off to a slow start, Hou. on won over North Texas and flmar Tech and lost to Sam Ho* on State and Texas A&M Oklahoma will be > the tallest earn to play fjj Houston this sea. n. The Sooners have thirteen ayers on the roster 6—6 or tallec, Angleton Wins Over Dulles Angleton's Wildcats won two games from John Foster Dulles of Sugar Land last night. In the A game, Hubbard Sherman, Larry Lee and Billy McGlaun scored 12 points each for the Wildcats in a game they won 48— 14. In the B game, Angleton defeated Dulles 34—28. ui 7, «—.-.-.jr uut-na ac-unrig 1831 SeaSOn 1 rom blocking each other. more booted 14 eoaK Mabrieo Ventura, 18, led Michigan State's soccer team in scoring last season. The sopho- Houston Jan 1st AFL Commissioner. Joe FOBS, in announcing the arrangements, said the game is expected to draw an overflow crowd. It will be played In Jeppesen Stadium, which seats 35,500. The Los Angeles Chargers won the western division title and Houston's Oilers took the eastern division crown. <•> Ii you live In warmer climates or do not want to incur the ex pense of a large garage, yo might consider adding a covercc area at the. side of the house This will keep rain and the sun off of the boat when it's not it le. Many new houses have garage basements. U the driveway acces and slope 'are adaptable, ^Jf is often possible to have the garage made extra long so that the boa can bo rolled In. Save som space by putting the boat In stern PRESCRIPTIONS OBIIGS . COSMETICS SUNDBEES . VETEBINABK SUPPLIES Phone SWift 8-2333 NIGHTS DIAL SWk't 8-7439 WRIGHT'S PHARMACY BEAZORIA Buy luge cut* of meat »nd save. We cut, pack tr.d treate me«U to store M your Ittnn, wboie- wl* frtaa. BENT A FOOD LOOKER AND GET FREE 10 Lb. 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