The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 16, 1959 · Page 10
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 10

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 16, 1959
Page 10
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Page 10 THE B R A Z 0 S P 0 B T PA 0 T b and Braaoria County, Texas Wad., Bept. 16,1669 First Home Gome For Shippers.^, Brazosport Hosts Lufkin irazosport's long-time rival. The non-district contest will, If the P** t™ '^^^rJoS tart* y™. Ratofr'ah? on^e^laytag 1 TI East Texas, the Brazosport's first home game,any indications, , ,|—. _.„ _,_ « n i . *._. urnra. overall cbndltfa Brazosport^ tong-toe^al^ Tfce_ non^^ ^ yeaj . Mm> rgm *••"••" " * '" " m """ i scoring in Friday's I and more rain. Not a few drops, =?..;as «,»£ j-a^ ™M «t;s™ ,„ ^ , na Bra .;a i srr£15'!« Sa?5S ."—,;=--"- - - -isyrstr MW -ta«f AT - Ihie to the amount of gtasi on the playing field and the overall conditions, that game was called off at halftime. The score was CM). . : , That give* Brazosport a n A Lufkin six full Cfuarter* of scoreless football ovet the;past Friday two years. ' However, that string of twos is due to come to a Midden end this Friday as both elevens have offensive units very capable of scoring loU of points. Last week/ Lufkin raced past Palestine, 32-12, while Brazos- port lost to Jesse Jones, 23-14. In the tout of Palestine, t&f' Kin showed not only.the fair amount of speed they always seem to have, but good power this year. With sikh backs as Herman Bate, Rudy Breste, Hue Boykin, Ronnie Redd and others the Panther paclt wttl be 1 . - -^^ . -. •"*• :• held both Monday and tuesday. One was jtfeistog ottenie, the other defense. Punting and punt returns also took ,ila place on " docket Tuesday, against Jonet and win be out a coup!* of to***- _ Pat Patterton, Cooper For*. Forest ClarK, Bob fat., No*f McAnulty, Ff«*««*. Donald Strong, Th«T treat yo« fine «< the Goodyear Sig« PRICES SLASHED JO SAVE YOU MORE! GOOD/VEAR NYLON TIRE prfces reduced! $1^95 IYLON SAFETY ALL-WEATHER Thisfcnewsl Prices ilnhed on 3-TNylonS>fe«y All-We>then, built with triple-tempered 3-T Ny- fcn Cord—exclusive with Goodyeir—thete tires will Hand up to the toughest driving t.stsl That's been proved on the "Turnpike that Never Ends" —Goodyear*! five mile oval test track at San Angelo, Texas where speedi up to 140 mph can be attained. If you want a bttur Nylon tire at rnoney laving prices, deal now while our big sale ,ison) SALE PRICES ON ALL SIZES AND TYPES! NOW! ONE LOW PRICE for Plymouth*, Chevrolet* 6.70x15 < or 7,50 x 14 Fords and 95 18 RAYON SAFtfY ALl-WUTHffi HAL ECONOMY AS ITS ALWAYS BEEN/ <^> Rayon All-Weathar Same great value 11 ill uu*al cock- bottom price 6.70x15 BUCK WALL TUBE-TYPE Terms 9$ low as week! FREE IHSJALLAJ10H MORE pfOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND! &OOf>/YEAR 222 West 2ii'i SERVICE STOEE t'b. i-ZXS necpott FBEE FAEKING STOPPING Th» Lufldn P*n- th«r off»nti»« unit will d«- p«nd a gttai deal on the fiv« •bore Exporter tacklei, who ar* Jrom l*it to right, K«n- n«lh Lee, Bobby Lowell, Sandy Rhodes, Jimmy Hamill and Kenneth Bear. Thii fire- tome will tlto play a key role in the nicceu Braioiport has in moring th» bail. Ship-Lufkin Tickets Remain On Sale Until 4 pm Game tickets fat BtanMport's Friday »10h« tilm* with Luflda will remain an atte untfl 4 PJI?. on Friday aecerd ing ie school and athl««e officials. Hewavar, all aaason Uclut holders art ask*d to pickup Jh«Ir'ttck«t» by Thursday in ordtr to aroid UM last minute rush expected on Friday. Tht Exporter* holt Lufkin in a'Friday, gam* from Hopper Field and * crowd of around 5,000 is •xpecicd mil to witness the Ships in their first horns g«m«. Brasosport op«n»d their nasan last Friday "by loaiag Jo Houston's J»m Jones. 23-14, in a road dai». , . RM«rv«'tickets u* Mlling for I1J5. while admission prices ar* SI • Tickets will b. on sal* at the galas Friday night. Kickoff tim. will b« 7:30 pjn. • , only 'Dogs Seek First Win This Week ,$ *. * *• -/.-,.' Seeking their first win three attempts, Ed Waggoner takes' his Sweeny Bulldogs over to Schulenburg this Friday to face the iO-AA Shorthorns in a non-district football battle. Sweeny has dropped' an 8-f game to Fort Bend and then go routed by Dickinson, 42-8, last week. having their troubles, as erbilt blanked the 'Horns, 420, in a non-district tossup last Friday. . .,: * Waggoner will probably call on Dean Thomas or Roy Stockman to guide the Bulldogs in their bid for a victory. Thomas was hurt in the opener against Fort Bend and saw limited service last week but enough to pass the *Dogs to their lone score at Dickinson. In fact, Thomas has accounted for all of Sweeny's points with his passing. His toss to end Ray Harwell, a play that covered 76 yards, got the Bulldogs their only score against Fort Bend. Again in the Dickinson game, Thomas tossed a pass that halfback Sonny Barfield hauled in for a TD. This time the play covered six yards. Harwell snagged the PAT toss. . Joining Thomas or Stockman in the Bulldogs backfleld will be such gridders as Barfield. Thril Autrey. Ed Burt, Billy Wheeler, Vernon Carter, Bonnie Griffin and Tuhbv Meadore.. Some of these will handle offensive roles, while others will start on the Bulldog defensive unit Working in the line will be Harwell, Carl Erfundt, John Parker, Kenny Smith, Bill Scruegs, Buzz Ogden, John Moers, Dennis Callaway, A. Adams, Jerry Lankford and several others. From the road date in Schul- enherg, the Bulldogs will return to their home Dark for the first time this year and host th» nowerful Columbus club. The next steo for Wagoner's gripers will be DHt'Jrt 28-AA n!av and a round with Wharton, ••"t comip<? on Oct. 2nd in Wharton. Edna will be <n Sweeny on Oct. Btb for a feature league match. protect oor children For the BEST in ... • W«a-T«-WaO Carpet* Aekleu InjiallaUon bj expert*. • Cnttom mada Onpe* Installed Cempltt* taf budvu* • Interior Dtconiat Berrtoe and Charles Griffin have been running at the quarterbtfck slot __ to control. " j this week. MeCary Has show Bedd guides 1 the Panthers ots of .improvement and could from Ms quarterback slot .and see playing time against Luf- thtt two-ytar Setterman is tall ' and lean at 185 "pounds. How ever, Re I* a fine patser, can run the ball >ell and also punts. - -f, • 'According to; Braiosport assistant eoacft*. Huh Walker, who scouted lAlfkln, the Panthen cover well on punts and kickbffs. As always, they run the belly series oft the straight- T, block arid tackle sharp and are probably a belter balanced team than Jesse Jones. Hopeful of stopping the Lufkin speed and power, and at the same tithe scoie themselves Exporter head coach Harden Cooper has been sending his troops , through some --rugged workouts this week. >• With the Junior varsity working, with the varsity, fhort. but ail-the-way scrimmages were Ford Lynn . . Such linemen aM«ck Pybus Allen Shorkey, Jtenheth Bear Joe Cousins, Bobby Lowel) Larry Masters, Biibb* .WlUen berg, Don Hyndi,- Donald PlsV lak, Terry; Forbes, Sand Rhodes and others will o« p* SHORTENING STANDARD TOMATOES 300 SIZE n.imm CANS* LITE FLUFF CAN SfEEDY DOG FOOD 300 SIZE 1 CANS Robert Sterling Is the back out of action, as the jun- kneel .ng Friday. fullback injured SPECIALISTS in TEXAS STOCKS FRESH COUNTRY 1/2 GAUON 59 EGGS DOl 41« BISCUITS 12«ns $ LYDENCAN CHICKEN 3V 4 LI CAN SNIDERS 140ZIOTTLE BAMA PEANUT 12 OZ JAR 25 GIADIOLA WHITE ''' : ''M*** CORN MEAL 5 : 29 SKINLESS WEINERS UNCLE WILLIAMS N BEANS 1 n CANS ' FOR IE GRANDE CUT GREEN BEANi CANSFO. 1 BONES"™ 15 HOG MAWS 15 veal seven STEAKS it 55 WHITE ONIONS JONATHAN APPLES 4 LB BAG 15 45 POTATOES 10 LB BAG 35 FANCY US GOOD VEAL LOIN LB 79 DABWOOD'S U9 W. Zni Freeport VEAl CROWN ROAST »...«.. Serit. 17-19 SHCUU eooi THUIS. PURE PORK __ SAUSAGF 29 LB FOOD .729 WEST UOiD"OriM iU »4Y SUMDU" BONELESS VEAL STEW .55

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