The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 23, 1959 · Page 10
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 10

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 23, 1959
Page 10
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Page_10_ WC Off To LaMorque • >.« THE BRAZ6SPOBT FACTS li Sweeny Hosts In First Game At Home After three straight road james, the Sweeny Bulldogs nake a home appearance this week by catching the powerful Columbus Cardinals in a non- While Sweeny gets to play on their home turf for a change, West Columbia packs their bags and heads to La- Marque to tangle with the AAA Tigers. AnBleton, the other member of the Brazoria County AA threesome, can't win or loce this week as Herman Moore s Wildcats sport an open date. For both Sweeny and West COlumDIB tms wiu DB me cios- ng rounds of non-league action as they open the lid on a new 26-AA campaign next Friday. Angleton Is also in league play next week, but in 25-AA. Ed Waggoner's Sweeny Bulldogs got their first victory In three tries last week by beating Schulenburg, 32-6, with Billy Wheeler, Dean Thomas, 'Jerry Lankford. Dennis Galloway, Ed Burt, Ray Harwell, Sonny Barfleld and Tubby Meadors figuring In the scoring. . ...,..., Wheeler had a TD scamper of 67 yards on the first plaj Three Junior High Loop Games On Thursday Card Six teams are involved' in three games Thursday night as the Gulf Coast Junior High football conference race gets underway for 1959. 'Only one of the seven league members, Freeport, gets an off night as the loop swings Into defending champions •etion. are no longer around, thus the •89 title is up for grabs. Velasco won their first football title In the history of their school last season but were consolidated with Freeport during the summer, • • Freeport, Lake Jackson, Angleton and Alvln have all been given nods as the top contender* for the crown. > ' Thursday's top game will be staged in Angleton where th Wildkittens host the Alvin Mustangs in a 8 p.m. contest. In other league activity/Lak Jackson will travel to Sweeny and Clute makes the hop to Bay City. Both of these game will Set t—''erway at 7;30 p.m Lake Jackson takes a 1- mark Into the Sweeny game, a Gene Lepper's Panthers smash ed Palacios, 34-14, In the Ion warmiip test. Lepper's speedy pack will de pend on the running of hal backs Skeets McCain and Mike Tracy, quarterback Royce Woods, fullback Ray ^aldree and others. McCain and Tracy both •truck for two touchdowns In LJ's rout of Palacios. The Panthers used big plays, long runs and passes, to sink the Palaclo* Juniors. Larry' Doolen, Benny; Hooper, Clyde Newman and B. Hubbard wil carry the offensive hopes for. Buddy Hopson'g Sweeny Pups in Thursday's fame. Angleton,' sporting a mark of 1-1, will open what they hope ' It a successful Junior High race with Alvln. The County Seat Wildkittens trimmed Clear Creek, 16-8, In their opener but fell to Deer Park, 14-12, last week in a ash of fumbles. The Kittens umbled the ball six times In de the DP 20 yard line. One fumble went over An leton's goal and Deer Park ecovered it for a touchdown Bob Barnes, Pat Heffernan George Phillips,' Ronnie Kre ek, Robert' Hurst, Donal Waggoner, Donnie Krenek am thers will get offensive worl or Fred Goeke's Wildkhtens ; The Angleton-AJvin Junto Ugh game is th°. first part o a -football twinbill on Thurs day. The Angleton varsity <B om scrimmage.and then rac- d 46 yards in the'final quarter IT another score.. Thomas, a smooth working ft handed quarterback'came ft the bench for one play and ossed a touchdown pass to ,ankford, covering : 21 yards.. The scoring strike ..was the bird TD pass in tbrse games or Thomas, who' ^ad been lurt in the Fort Bend game and aught, only limited ince then.- However, Thomas should be jble to go at fun speed this week, or at least part of the ime. Joining Thomas in the backfield will be Barfield and Wheeler at the halfback spots and Vernon Carter, -Burl or Thril Autrey at fullback. Lankford, Harwell,, Carl Er- lundt, John Parker, ' Kenny Smith, Bill Scruggs, Buzz Ogden, Richard Holcomb, Callo way, John Moers, Ronnie Griffin; Hoy Stockman and others will also log playing time for Sweeny. ' Several injuries .are still listed in the West Columbia camp, but E. S. Golson win fcank on the'passing and running of quarterback Payton for his main offensive punch. Dorsett reeled off a 64-yard scoring dash in the "Neck 30-6 loss to A"gleton last week. Tommy Flowers, Joe .Ben Henry, t*"ly Lowe, Kenneth Perkins and others .missed the Angleton game with injuries earn will battle Bay City in an 8 p.m. nightcap. and might not see much play Ing time this week. Football Doubleheader Set In Angleton On Thursday A football doubleheader will be unfolded in Angleiori a Thursday night' with ih* variitv 'B' team and the Jun- .r High Wildkittem getting in on the act. AngUion Head Coach and Athletic' Director • Herman 4oore announced that the Juniors will open the grid pair jy drawing Alvln'i Mmiangs in an opening game on the Suit Coast Junior High Conference, this coming at t p.m. Planned for 8 pjn. will be a duel between the Wildcat 'ariity 'B' team and the Bay City 'B' team. Both Angleton -.nd Bay City are unbeaten in 'B' team activirr and the Vildeat gridders have won 11 straight games over the past wo Tears. The Junior High clash will match twa el the major towers in the seven-team league. . In a recent twlnblU agalnii Deer Park, the Angleton 3th grade team, played to an 8-8 tie, while the 71h grade loH, 22-8. Angleton's 'B' team have scored wins over Wharlon, 14-0, and Wet) Columbia^ 42-0, while the Juniors beat Clear Creek. 16-t, and lest to Deer Park, 14-11. Price for This want pacity K«nmor« with 1960 Styling! tomatic Warner 6 CYCLES! SINGLE-SET CONTROL! HXEM«147«W-SMpplnt Weight SM res. 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I skiing, since I can" s%well at all dis- "^vSiSTSmw I lances. Naturally, I love the way they M tow AS $14.85 \ have improved my appearance, too." Complete iw* Kime, Itnu* Mr .»•* PAY $1 WIIKLY TSO -ukt Directed by Or. S. J. Rogeri, Or. H. Joy Rogers ______ Optometrists ' TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED OFFICER THROUGHOUT TEXAS NOW IN FREEPORT TARPON ;iNN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTEE : ' ..• •', " m B. Sod ST. :•.'.. " '. • OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY \ PRECISION VISION Texfis STRTS OPTICPL Also Known AaTwas Optical fci Golf Lessons Started At LEI Logo CC Group golf instructions for beginners were due to start at the £1 Lago Country Club today and will become a regular Wednesday feature. Gene Newman, one of the top amateur players In Brazorta County, will give the instructions to all El Lago members that are starting golf. The lesson period was due to fee held from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 this afternoon, and will be from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. next week, according to club officials. In addition to this announcement, El Lago officials have set up a new green fee plan. A fee of $1 will be made to all non-members during the week, while the price goes to $1.50 on weekends and holidays. Two events are on the golf card at El Lago Country Club this week, one being the TJjuwday night Putting Sweeo- stakes. Deadline to enter this event will be 7:30 p.m. On Sunday, El Lago will play host to an 18-hole Sweepstakes for all members and euests. Entry deadline will be 1:30 p.m. Newman and Bob Majeors were the top winners in last Week's Sweepstake round a/ El Lago. In the near future the new Brazoria Country club will held a f"-mal opening and stage a two-day 36-hole tournamen* Brazoria Jrs. Play Wharton JJoyd Thomas and bis orJLa Apaches open their five- Xfme 1959 football schedule Thursday afternoon by hosting TChartoa. SjThe contest will start at 4 pju. at the Brazoria football fltjd. 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