The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 20, 1962 · Page 6
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 6

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, August 20, 1962
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*.«*. * THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS BRAZOSPORT AND 8RAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, MON., AUGUST 20, 1962 Visitor Makes Big Catch HERE IS ONE THAT DIDN'T GET AWAY William Tise Landed This Deatity Saturday By TOM MURRAY William K. Tisp, of SiiRarland, is one of the few fishermen who can loll n Rood fish story and have proof (o Kick it up. Tise, \vlio is a Political Science professor at the University of Houston, landed a 7'-2" sailfisii Saturday on an IS pound test line. Tisr> caught Iho hip; fish about 14 milrs out. while aboard Harry Rohhin's "Miss Silver Fish." it took him 45 minutes to land thp beauty. The U of H professor was usit a Shakespeare Service Reel wi 2m feet of line. This was .lie third Sallfis caught on Miss Silver Fish, late. Cubs Nip 45's 4-3 Behind Anderson HOUSTON (AP)—Bob Ander son's strong relief pitching chokec off an eighth inning Houston rail Sunday and preserved a 4-3 vie tory for Chicago over the Colts The victory enabled the Cubs to reclaim eighth place, a hal game up on the Colts. Anderson came on relief of Bob Buhl, the Cub starter, in the eighth after the Colls had closec to within two runs, had men on first and third with one out. He got Bob Aspromonte on run-scoring force play, then threw out Carl Warwick on a bouncer back to the mound. He shut out the Colts in the ninth, preserving Buhl's nintli victory against as many losses. Buhl, a veteran right-hander who spent most of his career with the Milwaukee Rraves, had a no- hitter through 4 2-3 innings, but weakened in the late innings. A crowd of only 4,543 —smallest ft the season at Houston- watched the game in 95 degree weather. The Colts move to Philadelphia j today to start a 13-day road trip with a doubleheader against the Phils. They could be in for more disappointments because Philadelphia has beaten the Colts the last 32 games they have played. opponents, SPORTS APLENTY: .Longhorns, is working for Jack Rice, the Southwest's skimpiest Perry, wealthy Houston Texas school, is anything but short of Ex. fuper football stars. Gene Raez, \vhom do you think will be the the Taylor Titan, Is a chinch M- C uv- , in,-, .• . „. ., America end selection. Sopho- SWCs top 19f>2 hneman? We'd more Fullback Russell Wa.vt aM: hale to K et taught between Tex- Rookie Center Malcolm Walker,as' Tackle Scoti Appleton, out of. are being called the greatest soph- Brady, and SMU's Ray Schoenke Owl ^tory and every- >Ujok for Ronni(? body knows how good the Blue g^.,,,,,.. ta]emp(i ha , fback , ^ quarterbacks, Billy Cox and Ran- finish ^^ |han (he ^.^ Ron _ dy Kerbow, can be ie Bu! , A ^ M . h \\Tio said Jess Neely does not hp wcak a( na | fhac , k bm v ' ou cal j recruit well? not sell that to his " A Houston Cot 'b uiayer, Otlc said _ .. Am . . cam shortly before First-baseman Piri- ?mith ar)d Urn , Bulaich ge Browne was sent to the minors w{?ak a , hal[back - confidad, "Browne has no class, and I'm not speaking of playing ability. . ." Ray Poage, Texas'; '62 meal ticket, and Lockhart's; Mike Fritsch, star Rice guard,; have done pre-season grid workouts on the same Houston play lot. . .Speaking of Poage, the Longhorn fullback spent the sum- ! mer working for a former Asgie.: Aggie historians, and there are a few who do not mind the past, may be pleased to know that Bob-j by Jancik, the Houston Oilers'; flithack, was not originally honored by Rice's John Ifrankie. Jancik was tutored at Rosen berg - Richmond's Lamar Con - • solidated High by Leo Daniels, Aggie - land's All-SWC tailback of 1941-42. . .Daniels, successful insurance man, claims Jancik deserves credit for his progress and j not a coach whose eligibility molt- r ed years past. . .Dan Stallworth, •* that gridiron genius who built the Baytown monster, made a prophet-' '• Ic statement in 1955. s Stallworth was talking about Pasadena's Bert Coan a day or. two before his Ganders were to lace Cyclone Coan's flying feet., 'That boy," the Baytown coach, i said, "would be smart, if he was : eligible, to quit right now and sign with a pro football team." £'*'^'jif,, Ji 54 Bert, at that instant, was a .M.nne.wia ..'.'." -,n is M, 200 pound thunderbolt with ','" f \'," l f t " f JjJ 9.5 speed, and great running abili- : Raiiim'ne .'!.'!!!' B/I s3 ty. More astounding, he was but''^"^ 1 " 1 5 ' ^ a sophomore. K 'anw c,iy".'.'.'.' 57 68 * "Frankly," Sialiworth coniinu-' ttlshin »""> .--...« is .: ed, "he could not play for me— -,,.„ York*'^''Kansas'ruy''* he can't play defense and he ahso- > !j)S AnapipK 5. wastungiori 2 lutely won't block. But I can tell M?^"!OU ".'7 'iloluin''''''-** you this. He is the greatest pro-: r 'i«»«'> n-a. nuron s'i spective i~unning hack I\e es'er ;;ew Y seen. He would be nexl-to-impus- sible to cover as a pass receiver." : Bo "" n »*n*in 6-is, «t iimni-iota er.' The Robert K. Lee Legend was Bo* Score """i P And.,™ r I) hi j 4010 3110 4110 4011 4 1 ! 1 3011 3020 1 0 0 01 ? 0 0 n 1000 > jlOt STO.N ah r h M a rf 3 i: Oljlh« :b-s» 4100 fpanclrr If 5 1 1 llftui rf If 4 I " n Mrhfr Ih b 5042 A^pr'r'A 3h 400 IMVurmck r! ss 40 OOCamribi'lI c 4010 .Srr.itti c 4000 Hartmnn ss 000 0«M-j!a = ( TiwfenatiPr p 0 0 0 n ; , cPpndlpton 1000 WixidP^ri'k p 1 n 0 II Kemm?rer p 1 0 0 0 L'mbnrht p 0000 bn'dman 2b 2000 Tnlall 37 t in 3 Tntalt 31 3 g 3 a—Hit into force play for Hartman in j 7th: b—Flied out fnr Umhncht in 7th; r->trurtc out for Tipfenauer m 9tri. I ( htraco 100 flOn aitfl—I Houston WM 00*1 120—3 F. ~ LarkT. Warwick. PO-A — rhicaso 27-n. Houston 27-10. PP—RcxJzcrs and Al:man. LOB-Chlt'Reo 12. Houston R. -I'MMVS RK-I'l.TS ice U, .-.'art 8 IIMia 3. Pitt.bursh 2 11 10. New York 5 I, Hou.ton 3 TOIUVS (iAVIKS fi'li't iM'iliiam* ll'-3i at Tincinral: t«:-n!ght Li:\(ii i; .607 .S6? HKLKNA. Ark. lAP) — Austin, .Tex., was eliminated from the; j Regional American Legion base-1 •ball tournament Sunday. | i The Toxans lo?t to New Orleans I 10-4. ! i Highest winning daily double! during 1961 thoroughbred racing m vp.t. York U'HS ^090 *yi fnr ?"} *l(.^ I <>l K MrtJS -).I^U..>II Il>r &£. The horses were Cherylene and Belmont Park. .476 .468 17 18'., 39.. (>A.MKS £-7> at Kansas TOD.tV irk iSrii-ldo iRako* 11.13, Hun itu-iiviall 6-13 man 7-?,. !>' ganres nchPrtu!* 1 '] »MKI1I( ».V ASMHIATIDV asked why he thought Coan should ii«iianai)oi:s ...77"" 43" .siV '"'' by-pass college ball. "He won't jj^ improve a whit from now until i^ pro ball," Stallworlh rejoined. You know I he rest. j BOB SCHULZE, the Univei-sityj of Texas recruiter-deluxe, is convinced Jerry <0xi Oliver, whom he signed out of Brazosport, will become a great collegiate line-' 0 " 1 ' man. "He picks up those 200-!"' pounders and throws 'em down," Schulze enthuses. . .Bill Dixon, the former state tennis champ a t Baytown, and later part of SMU's SWC championship artillery, has returned from the service. He is a Houston accountant. . . David Kristynik, Bay City's All-SWC eentet on Texas' 3rd ranked' ell!?" Tlie first senior women's ama- tnur championship of the United States Golf Association will he held at the Manufacturer's Golf and Country Club, Oreland, Pa., Oct. 17-19. CUT m4 WRAPPIO ARMOUft STAI HIAVY tflf rot you« FKIE2ZR GIROUARD'S SUPIRMARKfT Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN! You Can Bank On Henke Double Top Value Stamps Tuesday A DIVISION OF THE KROGER CO. Chunk Tuna Mel-0-Soft Kandu Powdered Detergent WIHi Pttreliau ef $2.50 or M*n Sp«etali Oaod Monday, Tnidoy, Wtdntuloy RlaKt to Limit R«t*rv.<l Giant Pkg. Save lOc Golden Texas Veal Shoulder ler I . 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