<f Wildcats on fhe rebound Friday with LaPorte ANGLETON — Itolwiindinu from aseason- openlnR 12-7 defeat, the Angleton Wildcats are now preparing for thnlrflr.it homo gamu of the season, taking aim at tho l.al'orto BiilldoKs and tholr sncond rum-district game. The Wildcat's first homo apiHJaranco of thfi 1908 grid campaign will get undurwaywlllia 7;30 p.m. kick-off at AMIfloton High School Stadium. Friday night's gamn has also be-on designated "Parent's Night," an annual event sponsored by Urn AnitlRton Quarterback Club, Mothers and Inthur.i of AiiRleton football players will bo hunornd during simclnl pre-game ceremonies. Both Angleton and LaPortewlll be looking for their first victories of the season In Friday night's game. LaPorte took It on the chin from Class 4-A Clear Creek, 30-8, last week In their season-opener. Tho Bulldogs were prc-season picks for a third place rol« In District 12-AAA moving In behind Alvin and Dickinson. Along with the Uulldogs Friday night, coming to wildcat Stadium will be another In tho long list ol rivalries Angleton renews each year. Although the Bulldogs and Wildcats did not test strength In their 1907 campaigns, clashes between the tv.-o teams date back for many years. The Bulldogs have always been a tough opponent for the wildcats, and this year they will field a team bolstered by five offensive and six defensive holdovers from last season's 3-7 squad. Coach Johnson jiolnled rather emphatically to the sl/e advantage that LaPorte would enjoy over the Wildcats, stating "We really got manhandled by Dickinson. Our Boys were llterelly picked up and thrown around. We'ra going to be up against SOIDP more 200-pounders this week. "It looks like that will be the story all year long, so we may as well gel used to it." Running back Gary Garret, end Ell Carmack (195), tackle Randy Ellis (195) and middle guard Scott Malone are key performers for the Bulldogs. Garfett ripped tho field (or -I." yards and a six-pointer and added the two point convr-rsion to account for all of LaPorte's scoring against Clear Creok last week. In summing up last week's efforts, Coach Johnson cited costly mistakes on both the oilense atvl defense as a prime reason lor Angleton's loss to the Gators* LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Dickinson 12. Angleton 1; AlVln 20, Wharton G: Columbia 50, Palaclos 0; El Campo 21 Bay City 0; Edna 18. Vanderbllt Ind. 14; Sweeny 33, Pearland 14; Larnaf Cons. 14, Dulles 13. THIS WEEK'S GAMES LaPorte at Angleton; lions.Sliarpstowntl Edna; I.amar Consolidated at El Campo; Dulles at Alvinj Mous. Jesuit at Sweeny; Pearland at Columbia: Wharton at Bollng. Section I The Dnuosporl I- acts, F'recport, Texas. Thurs., Sept. 10, IOCS PP&K registration underway I I Hoys' age eight through 13 In t h elirawispori area can register (or the eighth annual Punt, Pass ft Kick Compel!.Area fans treated to spicy undercard Various area Junior varsity and storm s<lnad Kami's and several junior Mi;h s>;a.son openers spice Hie second MI; witekWKi of area football to- ntetit. Thursday's slate Is crowded. In junior varsity action, Hra/.osporl entertains the Memorial Ponies ul 7:30 p.m. at Hopper Field and Hie Ancle- tun Jayvee.s travel lo la- I'orte. lira/o.sport's Storm :><|uad. 13-0 vlclors over Hall Illrh In their opener last v,ee>. travels in Memorial for a •I |> route;.! while ttieV.il) cat Storm .*>juad hosts I.aniar. The Wildcat frosli join tlu- stonn si|uad in I.al'orte. At least thn-e area junior tilths open the l'j'''8 cain|<;ili:ii Two uf tlie thr-e, Swcen> aivl I.al.e Jar'n.s'.in. (ace each oilier Inn 0:-|j p.m.encounter at I aV.e Jaci.S'in Junior Hli:li field. Chile's Cougars V.lc't. off their newest sertson with a travellni: -.late t,. I'alaclus. Tliese names will just I*' a prelude toa spectacular weeV.- en»i of varMlt;. coiniM.-tltii>n. Friday's wralty •Hchtnlulv lus I.al'orte at Am;letoii. IVnrlmx! at Coluinlila, llou.s- tuii Jesuit at Sweeny. GarwiM.I at nanhury and Uulles at Alvln. 'Hie Hrazosport KxjMirter .arsii., an cas> 35-H victor over Spring Woods at home last weekend, travelstollous- ton's'Tully Stadium for a ":30 p.m. showdown with the Memorial Mustangs Saturday nli;hl to round out the card. lion now with trophies and trips awarded football-minded youths for skills In punting, passing and kicking. Headquarters for registration In Brazosport is Fred Clalborne Ford, where entries will be accepted through Oct. 4. Entrants must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. There Is no charge as the entire competition Is absolutely free to all entrants and all equipment such as footballs and kicking tees are provided. No body contact Is Involved In PP&K competitions. FISHING dt-a-glance By POLLY O'CONNELL Sl'i'.i-SIDK - The water had calmed down thla morning, Oscar Miirld of Fisherman's Wharf said. He reported that the cloar writer was lying offshore. Some small sand trout aii'l flounder were caught yesterday, lie said. yl.'I.S"! ANA - A fellow caught 2-1 big ^afflup from the jol- liers M-Merda), Mrs. Kliner Slouch of Qulntana Halt Camp said. She said the water was looking fairly good this rnoni- !;.;•. 'I he water In the river Is clear mornings, but gets riiii'ld;. during the day, she reported. The camp has live bait. (jt'l F -• Offshore conditions art- Improving and several l*«ts are Kulng offshore this n.ornlm:, Bridge llartx>r Marina n'|A>rti- !. Fishing was pour yesterday as the wind was rough, the Marina stated. OLD HHA'/.i-'S - Flslierinen are still getting some nice rvdflsh In the river from the seawall. Mrs. Foster Klllson of Foster's Bait Camp said. The water Is in good shape in tin- upper end of (he rf.er but there was lots of trash on the surface, she said. The camp has live lialt. SAN BFHNAUU - Flslierinen were gettlni: a few flounder aiid ri'dflsh yesterday, Mrs. Sidney Smith of Ducro?. Fishing C;im|< said. A West Columbia couple caught eight flounder at a shell reef across the canal from the camp, she said. She rejKirted the reds are coining from the salt lakes. Quite a few big while cruakor are being caught. Tho camp had plenty of Il\»- ball. The river looks oka> except at low tide, Mrs. Smith ri'portitl. TIDI-.S - .Sec Tide Schedule, Page I. When they register, boys receive a free booklet of competition trips written by Green Bay's star passer. Bart Starr, the Atlanta Falcon's punting specialist, Billy L ot h r I d g e, and St. Louis Cardinal's kick- Ing leader .Jim Bakken. The booklet Includes exercises for better physical fitness oriented to boys of PP&K's competition ages. 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