The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 27, 1960 · Page 4
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Page \4 THE BRAZQSPO!lf FAdf S Brazosport and Bmoria County, Texas, Tues., December 27, i960 Sports in Brief By Associated Plate NEW YORK — Ohio State —— MIAMI — Bill Brown of Illl nrept all first place votes again this week in the Associated Press weekly poll of sportscasters and writers who select the top basketball teams in college ranks. Eight behind Ohio State was Bradley. Both teams are undefeated; the Buckeyes have a 6-0 record going into the holiday festival at New York, while the Braves have an 8-0 record. Other teams in the top 10 this week are: St. Bonaventure; Indiana; Louisville; Duke; St. John's; St. Louis; Auburn, and North Carolina State. Other teams receiving votes this week were: North Carolina, Kansas State, Detroit, Drake, Providence, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Wichita, Memphis State, Kentucky, California, Virginia Tech, Kansas, Utah, Iowa and Wake Forest. PHILADELPHIA — Tho Philadelphia Eagles beat the Green Bay Packers 17-13 in Ihe National Football League's championship game Monday afternoon. nois scored three touchdowns to lead the North to a 41-14 victory over the South in th* Shrine game Monday night. TUCSON, Arii. — Long runs by Purdue's Jim Keller and Ariiona's Warren Livingston gave major college All- Stars a 25-12 victory over small college stars in the Ail- American Bowl Monday. RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Gene Tunney says Ingemar Johansson shouldn't fight again unless he's had a test to determine whether there was a brain damage from his last bout. Tunney added: "I never saw a man knocked out so hard and so long as Johansson in the last fight with Patterson." TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED PUSNAGE TROUBLE? BRAZOSPORTS By GEORGE FERGUSON FACTS SPORTS EDITOR Exporters And Bulldogs In Basketball Action Tonight The Brazosport Exporters are hosts tonight at the Brazosport High School gym in a basketball encounter with the cagers from Lamar Consolidated High School of Rosenberg. The Exporters play at home tonight, then on Thursday and Friday participate in the Galveston basketball tournament. These games scheduled for tha Exporters this week will complete pre-district play. On Jan. 3 the Ships travel to Galena Park to meet the Yellowjackets in the first district game of the season. Baytown comes to Brazosport on Jan. 6. Sweeny plays at home tonight when Bay City comes to Sweeny for A-and-B basketball games. Friday night the Bulldogs travel to dear Creek and on Jan. 3 Needville is at Sweeny. Chile's Cougars travel to Bay City Thursday night for gamss there. COACH IS BURNING PHILADELPHIA OB—Green Bay Packer Coach Vince Lombard! is burning ove* reports he plans to leave the Packers and succeed Jim Lee Howell as head coach of the New York Giants. After the Packers had dropped a 17 to 13 decision to Ihe Philadelphia Eagles yesterday in the National Football title game, Lombard! said: "til'be going back to Green Bay." Lombard! turned his back on a writer who put a question to him about leaving the Packers. Lorn b a r d i said: "Let's not have any talk like that." Tor Coach Praises Exporters... GALVESTON — Bill Engle doesn't expect much this year from his Ball High Tors. Ke car-'t,-he says, looking forlornly at the crop he lost via graduation, particularly Sherman McPhee. the 12-4A scoring champ, r.nd Johnny McEldowney, both presently members of Baylor's freshmen squad. depend mostly on the tandem ior DAG\NOOD,WAKE UP.' YOU KNOW NOTHING AGGRAVATES A WIFE LIKE A HUSBAND VMHO SLE6PS VWITH A BIS GRIM ON HIS FACE L VOU COULD AT LEAST TALK IN YOUR SLEEP? SO I'D KNOW WHAT • YOU'RE GRINNING: ABOUT, BLONDIE WAKE UP, WOMAN!! GO PUT OUT TH 1 DflDBURN LflMP SNUFFY SMITH f DID VO 1 NOTICE TH' V/RISr/SCK-SHUM / SON? , DIDVD'MEMMV-RIZE LIL' ABKER GRANDMA YOU'RE JUST PLAIN LAZV.' BETTLE BAILEY *wrrn STICK t/JVOUR MUDS. PIMM. TO P1E&ES WITHOUT „ COMPASSION. GORDO And he's more anxious to talk about Brazosport and "Flash" Walker's amazing club than his own, which includes only two re- urning lettermen. Nevertheless," Galveston figures o surprise some of 12-AAAA's earns which figure to beat the Tors two games running. Not blessed 'with great height, nor with particular experience, Ball High has been performing very well for a have-not club, particularly on the work of lettermen Walter M c R e y nolds and Frank Howard and newcomer, junior Walter Syers. Sers hit 82 points from outside n a four-game stretch, set a hree-game scoring record of 72 mints at the Brazosport tournament and averaged 16 points per game in the early season. Syers lit 22,19 and 31 points in successive games at Brazosport where the Tors won third place, and he threatened the four-game scoring mark of the remarkable Clear Creek ace, Benny Lennox. Howard has been hitting at a 13- point per game clip while Mc- leynolds averaged 10 points in the opening non-title clashes of the season. Howard and McReynolds, oo, have been strong for the Tors under the boards. So things, don't look at bleak as Sngle contends, although, as he says, the Tors' early season per- ormance isn't one which inspires a man to do hand springs. Seven games deep in the non- conference schedule, Engle said: 'We'll find out what kind of team ve have after our next two games ,gainst Aldine and Jesse Jones." Ball High lost both those games, and Ehgle naturally, said: •What did I tell you?" But the th|ng that stands out as importantly as the losses is the fact that neiher of these clubs, both running strong in their respective conferences, did thorough job of beating the Tors. Another thing is the good shooting percentages the Tors have been hanging up so early in the year. They've hit 37, 40 and 42 percent of their shots on occasion and threaten to be as accurate as anybody'around the loop. While Engle doesn't have much height in his top five boys, outside of Howard's 6-foot-4 inch frame, he has a couple' of juniors fresh out of the B squad camp who might turn out to be valuable to him in this department Walter Lisbony is a G-foot-3 inch center and Carl Hagglund, a 6- foot-3 forward. Engle decided on his offense early in December. 'We'll run a little bit of everything," he laughed, "the tandem post, and single and double posts.' The Tors can be expected to their offense although this could change if Engle finds a secure combination in either of the other attacks. Ball High carries only nine boys on its varsity lineup this season, although Engle will have large B squad to draw upon vhcn he needs help. A noticeable ack among the top four prospects o move up to the varsity, however, is height Top prospects for varsity jobs refore the end of the season include: Fred Hasselmeier, a sophomore center; Richard Rubin, a Moot forward; George Gonzalez, i—9, and Jerry Suhler, 5—10. 3oth Gonzales and Suhler are [uards and all four boys are soph- notes. Engle, now in his fourth season at Ball, figures Brazosport will >e a runaway winner of the 12— iA race "unless stay with them," Pasadena can and he picks the" Eagles for a second-place finish. Galena Park, Engle says, ought to run third with South Houston, Smiley and Texas City battling for fourth. Himself and Baytown, defending 12—4A champion, Engle says should wind up in the cellar. But those dubs that look for Galveston to be a pushover may have to revise their thinking when they get a look at the Syers-Mc- *eynolds-Howard combination in action for the first time. Showing Wed. Thru Tues. JOHN WAYNE STEWART GRANGE ERNIE KOVACS NORTH TO ALASKA Bowl Teams Prepare To WT» W Hy DALLAS, Texas — The r o u d Southwest Confer e n ce's hree representatives in New 'ear's bowl classics are preparing to wing their way to the game ites via chartered planes o£ Braniff Internationsl Airways. And another football bowl team, uke University's Blue Devils will fly into Dallas lor the Cottto Bowl from their training camp a an Antonio. Their chartered lane is scheduled to arrive at Jallas at 7 p.m. on Dec. 29. Duke's Cotton Bowl opponent WC champ Arkansas, is sche- iuled to arrive in Dallas from its raining site at Houston at 10: St a.m. on Dec. 30 aboard another 3C-6. 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