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PA&t Editorial—A«fv.~BE 3-35!'—Classified—BE 3-2611 THE IRAZOSPORT Adams Favors New Orleans Over KC For AFL Team Site 'HOUSTON (API—Bud Adams,: City in 13G4 hut indicated it by, new club, the Detroit Lions, the Houston owner who's .'.mom-i sa . vin R h p wanted to expand lwo| Acquired by the National Foot- ber of the American Foot ball' lrams hut take Ncw Orlrans 'ball League club in a multi-player League expansion committee, fa- first - ideal with the Cleveland Brawns, vors taking in New Orleans for; A heavy turnout for an exhibi-'Plum expressed great satisfaction 1963 and passing up Kansas City.'tion game at New Orleans helped^al escaping Ihe I-call-lhe-plays Plum Leads Detroit Lions Over Steeler Ry TIIK ASSOCIATED PRESS ,Plum not only was In conlrol of lhe second period, Wilstii put In Given the chance to prove his t n( , u ons (,,,( he ran the Pitts-! Plum. The ex-Brown pep «rcd the point, quarterback Milt Plum Is hlnth <.,„„,„„, <m _ rl ^f „« ii,.'ci™i.. ..-I™ u -.JO. " dring .iurt that these days fur his ACTS COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY. AUGUST 29, Sports Briefs hurgh Steelers too— right off leoler defense with passfet, corn- Adams inspected the stadium at Kansas City Monday and said him make his decision, he de-. system employed by Cleveland clared. "New Orleans is a warm coach Paul Brawn. field, that is. With the Detroit offense stum- iling and his club trailing 7-0 In pleting .15 of 18, inclut touchdowns, as Detroit en behind for a 26-20 victor} ing tw tie fron Cncf 6-Game Losing Streak Yankees Blank Indians 5-0 KI, LAGO CC (Sp) — The Men's; he thought it would he good for weather city and I think that Is! Plum always contended that a football bul "I feel at Ihis time, 'important for pro football," he Cartel-hack should he allowed to though, I will have to go for New -commented. ;nin the team on his own and in Orleans first. I think we need to! Adams will meet with Ihe oilier:Cleveland that's just not the way expand the league one Irani in members of the committee, Haivifs done. After five years Plum 1963 and one Irani in 1%4. I frel ry Wismer c\' N'cw York and'began complaining out loud and we need to expand two trams." Lamar Hunt of Dallas, at Miami before he knew il. he was wear- Kansas City has offered ils'this weekend and will ask Wis-jinc a Lions' jersey. municipal stadium for Sl.OO per mer and Hunt to join him in 1 Detroit coach George Wilson ; Cleveland year rent to an AFL franchise calling for a league vote on the promised the rx-Penn Slate slar ( ^ sn( ™ s r) | owner. question of bringing in New complete control of the club while (Washington He didn't say he wanted Kansas i Orleans. i he was on the field. Monday nighl j Xf Major League STANDINGS By MIKK RATHKT AMnrlrtled Press Snorts Writer SB-hole J Ralph Tony, who five years Labor,ngo climbed out of n ditch lo re- Day Weekend, Sepf. 1-3. 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GLASTRON CRUISER Complete with forward bunks, helmsman seats, 2 side seats, 18-gal. fuel tank, top and back drop assembly, walk thru hatch. Galvanized tilt boat trailer with lift rollers. 1962 model 75 H.P. Johnson Electramfic. COMPLETELY RIGGED HUNTERS NORTH ZONE DOVE SEASON OPENS SATURDAY SEPT. 1st Get Your Supplies Now AUTHORIZED DEALER SALES and SERVICE JOHNSON SEA HORSE FOR '62 porting good Lake Jackson Hwy CLUTE, TEXAS .557 » .556 65 .501 fiS .504 65 .477 71 .4B« 72 .155 . 50 S3 ..ITS MONDAY BESCI.TS York 5, Cleveland 0. nlsht Washington 7, Baltimore 0. night Boston 7. rwlroit 4. nlshl TODAY'S (lA.MKS Cleveland inrant 6-R and Ramos 3.111 atjOmaha New York (Stafford 10-8 and Sheldon Penxer 7-Pt. 2, twi-nlRht. j Louisville Detroit iResan 8-Pi at Boston (Monbou- Oklahoma quette 11-12K night. Baltimore (Estrada fi-l,1i at Washington handicap are invited lo partici-| American League. ; pale. Tills will be a/lighted hand-l 'Pie 2f-year-old right-hander ,leap tourney. Entry fee is $3 plus;Cached the top Monday night greens fees for non-members. Uith a sparkling performance, ! limiting Cleveland to three singles ; CLUTK (Sp) - H. G. Franks- in „ r ,. 0 victory that ended the has announced that the meeting [first-place New York Yankees' J« I™""*?! 'm"™ 1M> " r ''"' > "*" "'""i"' mp Cllllf> '• itt '° League Govern-i longest losing streak lo four years " 1CT ' 'ing Board and Bylaws Committeejal six games. originally scheduled for Tuesday j It left Terry, Ihe AL's winning- (lonighO has been cancelled, jest pitcher, only one triumph shy Milwaukee (Shaw 15-Si at san JFranclico;Members of the governing board jot the 20-victory circle, and pro- '''^MONDAv'i mSn.Tsj include: Franks, president; \V.ipelled him another step upward A. Evans, vice president; Bill! " " — 'East, secretary - treasurer; Ro- jbert Thompson, player agent; Herbert Bridges. Sr., field vice .. Houston tRnice 7-8) M si. Im 10.fi>, nishl. rtnrlnnntl tPurkry 2(Mi m k 10-101. nlnht. 10, Indianapolis 7 Omaha 5. P.allas-Fort Woilh Louisville 5. Oklahoma Cit AMERICAN AftSOTIA Won l^i«t Pft. nehtnd Indianapolis ... 8? M (Rudolph 7-fi), night, nesota (Kaat 13-12i at i nljth!. tWynn B7 City . R2 Pallas-Ft. worth 54 62 67 6S 74 ei -49« 15 -4M 2(1 -3?t 28 914 j president; and Boh Manning, head ' u umpire. Other members are J. R. 2(1H 284 Attendance This Season In the long, hard climb thnt began on n hlenk November nlghl In 1958 when he fell asleep nt the wheel of his mr. Tei-ry's car shot Into a ditch and rolled over four times. "I could ulill hear the wheels spinning in the darkness," Terry recalls. "They took me lo Kansas City (he had been traded by the Yankees In lhe swap Involving Billy Martin) where they found I had fractured my hip. I spent seven weeks In traction, lucky to be alive." In ]!)59, Terry was traded liack to the Yankees. A year later he compiled a 10-8 record, but threw lhe home run ball lo Bill Mazeroski that gave the Pittsburgh Pirates the World Series. Ijist year he was 1R-.1 although sidelined for a lime hut last his one series start HK.-iinsI Cincinnati. Now, he seems finally to have grabbed hold of lady I'jck'i *Mrt (alls. He's boin henllhy nil year, and hns stepped In as Rnlph tlouk's big winner. Oklahoma city at Louisville Pallas-Fort worth at Omaha Indianapolis at Penver Los Angeles iChnnre 11-71 at Kansas City i MONDAY'S (Pflster S-lli, night. | Auslln !>, Amarilio 5 NATIONAL 1.KAI1I E iTulsa 9. F.I Pa<(l 2 «st Pct.RehtnH ! Albuqiierque 5. San > Annelps .. San Kranclsco ntncinnatl Pittsbureh £1. Louis Milwaukee .. Philadelphia rhicaao Houston New York . 85 82 81 . 78 . 71 . 71 , K2 (S 47 . 53 MONDAY'S No games scheduled. ,4fi9 .B.1I .1514 .5BO .542 .5J8 .463 .309 .359 JS .252 RESrl.TR TEXAS 44 9 14 144 2414 84 3! 52 JEI Paso 79 Tutsa 7(1 i Mhuquemus .. 66 ) Austin 66 i San Antonio .... 63 (Amanlln — 53 PH. .598 .5.10 .500 .496 .474 .402 Mossier, \V. B. Jacobs, James E. Rise-amp, E. T. Smith and Doyle Ward. DALLAS (API — Gene Babb. veteran linebacker, and three rookies were cut from the Dallas Cowlmys squad Monday. Bahh . • ..,,.,,,.,. had been with the Cowboys from 1 ^^ v .'. rt _T"?,- tloU _. I _" 1 . tMr h " 1V NEW YORK (AP)-The Ixis Angeles Angels, lhe sixth major l ™,f" 1 '™m to move past the mil lon " 1Br1 m ho " n TI'Ksn.AY'S OAMES Albuquerque at San Antonio El Paso Mt Txilitn Austin At Amnrillo 1313'4 1614 X ther first year - The i-ook- stilp ralnl thls spnson ' Strong Defensively, Good Attitude Columbia Roughnecks Short On Depth, Fundamentals mendous desire and have the ap-| Tackles — Dave Williams, senior; Jerry Johnson, senior; Quick Rylander, junior; and Tommy I Marshall, sophomore. Kassen, who recently moved to, Guards _ Roscoe SwcmVi Fpn . By GEORGE FERGUSON Facts Sports Editor ipearance of a team that will sur- WEST COLUMBIA (Sp) - The ! p r i se some opponents in 1962. 1962 West Columbia Roughnecks j of Columbia High School "have ...... ... — lhe nicest attitude and spirit" ; llle |0 P «> a ching job here from, ior; Leon West, junior: Jack Hill,, that Tex Kassen, the new head Beevi'le. has re-organized the'senior; and Robert Scott, sopho- coach and athletic director here, West Columbia coaching staff n ' orp has seen in a long time. from coaches that were already' Centers — Jimmy "Bo" Ring- employed by the school and add- ^JUT^, I?™™''. ""I"' j " n ed a new line coach. Bill is the team manager. Buck Terrell is the new ies let out were John Sutro, of- Flaying in the Sfi.nnO-seat fensive (ackle acquired from thc' Doc1 B° r Stadium, the Angels have Packers; Lloyd Winslon, often -< drawn 1,030,29-1 customers in 65 sive halfback; and Charles Sells, l hnmp tlalcs " R compared to 5R7,- offensive end, who came to the" 97 in th<> snme number of dates club as free agents. in 20.000-seat Wrigley Field a year ago. Other (earns over the million mark are the Los Angeles Dodgers ].828,638, San Francisco Giants 1,2-11,459, Minnesota Twins 1,2'10.97fi New York Yankees ],- 132.7R9 and the Detroit Tigers 1,045,638. Mo 'KEEP HOME ouT o F ro^'TAKE HOME PAY" with our LOW COST ECONOMY LOAN CASH YOU (JIT $2028.27 2513.49 2957.40 30 MO. $ 80.00 100.00 117.00 3* MOS. $ 85.00 100.00 Abovi Includai Lift lniuf»nc«. Alto leant far imalltr nmounti. ALLIED FINANCE CO. Ml! HWT. 288 FREEPORT Phon* HAROLD LINDOFP JR. II 3-249t But the team that moves from District 25-AA to 11-AAA this season is definitely short on depth, has no passers, is not offensive minded, and has poor offensive ior: and Bill Morrow, junior. Backs — (the coach did not designate the backs by position, " np olher than quarterback) K. R. coaches are taking the Rough necks through two drills daily— 8:30 to ]1 a.m. and 4 to 6:25 p.m. —preparing (or their season opener aga Roughneck Kassen nighl, however, when the picked to finish last in the loop race meets 12-AAA's Clear Creek in a scrimmage at West Columbia. The two teams will square off at 7 p.m. Kassen said he was very dis- dine. Backfield coach is Holmes Ellisor. B team coaches are Charles "F r o g" Anderson, sophomo r e; and Elwood Caldwell, senior. The RoughnecKs will be com • peling in District Lamar Consolidated ^'"-e'S^to will have the £""' " f , ^ l ~ A " 8leton training periods each day un-i° ty ™* P ° rt LaVaCa ' when the workout will be held once daily from 3 to 6 p.m. (maximum time). There are 13 returning letter ..... , . , men off of last year's squad and appointed at the number of boys:, he 43 , avers jndude ^ . out for varsity football Only 51 ; and sixPjuniors . Kassen is candidates reported on Aug. 20,; impressed with the perfnrrnan[ .e when the training began: and bv -, S0 p homores on the squari A l Monday, there were only 45 boys starting lineup has not been set , he head coa ,. h ,, as h , fo , h WHY BUY A HEAT PUMP IN AUGUST? To Cool! Yes, an electric Heat Pump gives you perfect year around air conditioning from a single compact unit that cools, heats and controls humidity . . . automatically. It's the cooling and heating system of the future, here today. Call Houston Lighting & Power Company for full information about the marvelous all-electric central Heat Pump—plus a Free Gift Check from Reddy Kilowatt worth up to {125 to help install it remaining on the training field.; ' vet "We should have at least 75 boys ' out," Kassen said as he express-! ed concern about depth of the' Derm is We bb, a sophomore m ' ''quarterback, got high prai«e from Even though Kassen believes; Kassen even though there are he will have the Roughnecks i two senior candidates for (he en- ready for competition when the i gineering post — James Ray season begins, he expressed sin-,Couser and James Warm. Mike cere concern about the team Romero is another sophomore weak points. He said the boys candidate for the QB slot. "You'll were in poor physical condition,hear from him (Wehh>," the when training started and lacked^coach said. I "a lot of^basic fundamentals erf; The coach listed the following j the game." :players showing promise: "Actually all our workouts up, Ends — Darrell HightoAer, sen- to now have been light," theijor; Roy Anderson, senior; and coach said. "We are going through | Lawrence Henry, junior, an educational process, trying to i im^fmm^mf ^••••••^^aiiiBi get them in shape, emphasizing perfection and the quality aspect ^^^•••i^^^^^^^^^^^^^ of the game." "We must get the most out of oui' boys—I am worried to death about injuries since we are short on players," he continued. "Bol-: ing, our first opponent, has 79, boys out and Sweeny has 65, so; you can see we are very short; on depth." ; The coaches were going through i some plays Monday afternoon and • Ihe Roughnecks were making the' PEAR1 - BR ™' IHG COMPANY. S.H ANTOHIO. TEXAS . »T. JOSEPH. MISSOUW leather pop on the training grid iron. The players showed tre MONTHS TO PAY OF^ Go K/I rsxi E: f=5GE=: FREEPORT-TEXAS From the Country of 1100 Springs For RELAXATION King Edward AMERICA'S lAKGESr SELLER tmptnal Cigonllo

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