The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 22, 1960 · Page 7
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THE BRAZ08POBT I 4 A 0 f S Bete fc sen&m*ft yntwiefr reft... Moy ion hoppmess be yows tJwsCtwistmos PRESCOTT T.V. & APPLIANCES JPHONS CY 7-6334 25J FiANTATION DRIVE LAKE JACKSON Rice's Bite More Than Bark As Underdog In Sugar Bowl By CHARLES MOREY AP Spotii WriUt Rice may tltrn out to be an underdog with rrtore bite than bark when it m&ts MissUsipp in the Sugar Bowl In New Orleans on Jan. 2nd. .; fhe Owls from Houston are hot a flashy team. They Won no titles. They have no star- tduched players. But they play football that's close to- the ground and as fundamental as the good earth. The Owls won seven games and lost three this fall. But their three losses all were squeakers. Their total point deficit in those games was eleven. They lost 16 to 13 to Georgia Tech, by a score oi 3 to '0 to Arkansas and 12 to 7 to Baylor. In 10 games, the Owls gave up only 58 points, which is a couple of ticks Under an average of six points .per game. When you consider that seven >f their ten games were against Southwest Conference schools and the three outsiders were named Georgia Tech, Tulane and Florida, you can see how good the Rice defense was. Nobody connected with the school is making any alibis or claims, but it seems likely that a couple of those losses could lave been reversed with a little bit of luck. The veteran Jess Neely, a fundamentalist from the opening whistle, is the Rice coach. It is axiomatic in southwest ill that Neely's teams im- as the season winds along. "| Neely Emphasizes ball con trol. And that's the way hi team played the game this fall Whether they can- get awa. with' It' against as beautlfull} balanced 4 team as Mioslssipp lerhsins to be «eBn. Rice Has ft (treat bowl trad! tion.'-The OwiS have won fou of five previous bbwl games in which they have'played. And you can count on a tall try from them come the 2nd of January Let's take a look at what the Owls will have to throw agains Mississippi].. Neely Usis t»e- Units. Th starting eleven is called "The Gold Crowd", fha second termed "the Whits Crowd' The line in the first unit is built around two Kings and Lively' guard. The two Kings are brothers — Rufus, a guard and Boyd King, whd plays center. The lively gii^rd is Bob Lively, a tearing,terror on both offense and defense. Rufus was a standout guard in 1959 and seemed to be going in the, same direction this fall But he Injured a knee in mid- season. At -last word he was okay for the Sugar Bowl game The.-tackles are George Karam and -Bob Johnston. The ends are Gene Raesz and Johnny Burrell. Burrell is a dandy pass-catcher and. is so nifty at his fakes that Ole Miss' may well have to double team him on pass plays. N«ely ca'n call on any one oi three quarterbacks but probably will open with Billy Cox. Billy drew this unique appraisal the best under your Tree... AFTER SHAVE LOTION REG. $1 4-O*. SIZE SPECIAL BOY*S or OWL'S 26- FI.YW6 EAfitE m is • (Scarier b«*r • T«wy4ype 2-toM • Roar luggage r«ct Coaster Wagon 95 (fee* da<y deal body uopQe wooer wfie^pi Durable, heavy enamel Rofts- 8 Large 6V Small toys •' Lii : ^.:->W«k.^^ ' '.'-... f A forge ief«cKoa of pfuik toys, wimfcp, and frfeHoa to* ii wtffeg •* your Mente'sl 29' 4 98 BEAUTIFUL SELECTION (ostome Jewelry ....•;,.;;..;!&• Tk EiitrthiJrf » Out minVx Sjmdtaiw Brazosport and Bruorla County, Texas, Thura., Dec. 22, I960 — Waltrip Of Houston Meet Ships Tonight The Brazosport Exporters play host tonight at Brazosport senior high school gym when the basketball quintet from Waltrip High School of Houston come to town. This is the Exporters' final game until after the Christmas holidays. The local hardwood five have attained an impressive 13—1 season record up to now. The one loss was to Harlandale of San Antonio in the Victoria basketball tournament held tills past weekend. The Exporters won third place in the tournament by de- toting . Victoria, After Christmas on Dec. 27, Lamar Consolidated High School of Rosenberg brings their basket- jail five to the Brazosport gym 'or a meeting with the Exporters, and on Dec. 29 and 30 the Ships will participate in a round ball tournament at Galveston Ball High School. This will bring the Ships up 10 their district 12-AAAA schedule, meeting Galena Park, there, on Jan. 3. On Jan. 6, the Baytown Ganders will come to Brazosport from a rival scout after one Rice game this fall . . i "He looks like a lineman but passes like Otto Graham." Cox competed 56 per cent of his aerials .his fall and ran for six touchdowns himself. Al Hartman, a ;all pass-master, was his number one replacement for most of the season, but at the end, a sophomore named Randy Kerbow was coming on with giant strides. The halfbacks are Bob Wayt and Max Webb with Jerry Candler the number one replacement. Wayt is the breakaway back and also a dangerous man down field under a pass> Roland Jackson is' the first string fullback with Mike Bowen in reserve. , Jackson also is a thumping inebacker and may turn out to >e a pretty important man in Rice's defense against-the resourceful Mississippi offense. . All in all, Rice shades up as well-knit team. The-second unit is rated almost as good as he first, which should help if he weather is muggy in New Orleans. The Rice defense is >ood — as we noted,earlier — jut it will be up egalnst its oughest assignment of the sea- on in the Sugar Bowli- . '.' :j BRAZOSPORTS By GEORGE FERGUSON FAOIS SPORTS EDITOR to meet the Exporters for the second-district game of the season. Baytown Is the team that handed the football Exporters their only loss of the season just past. Coach "Flash" Walkers basketball aggregation won 1 games straight, the first 1 games of the season, but fell to Harlandale in the second game at Victoria. In the first round game at Victoria, Brazosport won over Edison ol San Antonio. Free throws made the difference in the Harlandale (?ame. The opponents had 32 free ball aggregation won 11 games straight, the first 11 games of tlie throw attempts and tossed through 23 buckets. At this early time in the season, many observers believe that the local basketball five have a good chance of taking the 12- AAAA district crown. Time will tell. The race gets underway for the Exporters on Jan. 3 at Gnlena Park. The Sweeny Bulldogs play La Marque High School in A-and-B games tonight at the Sweeny High School gym. This will complete Sweeny's basketball play until Looking 'back over the Brazpria County sports for the year, in April we find: Four hit pitching attack by DEAN THOMAS won he championship trophy for the SWEENY BULLDOGS in West Columbia baseball tournament. OILERS come to Houston. MARIANNE CONLEE led local Dowlers with 218—603 series in state women's bowling tournament. Brazosport's representative in the National Olympic try outs, STEVE FREEMAN, defeats his first round opponent in Louisville, Ky.. MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL track team of Angleton won team district title. LJ GATORS opened season. LITTLE LEAGUE started in Lake Jackson, 0ute and Freeport RALPH DAVID was elected (resident of Freeport's Little -jeague. . .*' EXPORTERS start-spring practice with 75 player hopefuls en hand for practice to try to make Coach Harden Cooper's team, Rice coach Jess Neely has named a 41-man squad that will suit out for the Owls' clash with powerful Ole Miss in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans Jan. 2nd. The remainder oi the 57-man overall Owl varsity will attend the game, but only the 41 who return for the final drills after a short break for Christmas at home will suit out. The Owls, who have worked hard and have been coming along well in practice sessions to date, will have a little more time for a holiday visit with their families than was indicated in earlier ten- tattve plans. • , ( , The final pre-Christmas drill was Wednesday and the traveling squad will not reassemble until a check-m for dinner on the campus at 6 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 26th. There will be no work out on the field that day, though a chalk session in the lecture room is scheduled. The team will fly to New Drleans on Sunday and stay at he Hilton Inn that evening. Aftar he game they will move to the Hoosevelt Hotel in downtown New Drleans. after Christmas. On Dec. 27, Bay City comes to Sweeny and on Dec. 30, sSweeny travels to Cleat Creek to meef the undefeated, untied Wildcats. '• Clear Creek's Wildcats nav« won 14 games through Tuesday night maintaining a perfect season record of 14—0. FREE DELIVERY You Con 6ppcnd On fay Drug -Product That Bi-ors-fne Nqme-foxal/ ; 823 N GULF BLVD. 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