The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 29, 1959 · Page 9
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 9

Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, September 29, 1959
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Braioaport tnd Braiofia dtttaty, T>m. TuMd»y. TflB BLONDI1 THAR tiesr HAIN'T MQTMIN'THESE DANGEROUS LI'L, VOfT BO'SOOMANITV.'.' ??«A DOZEN NEATLV PACKAGED AM' LABELLED 'GRADE A "-AN; NOW, i-AH'D XJL' ABNER AN'POWERFUUf IT'S 60RRONTEEDTOGROW HAIR ON VORE CHIST JT WONT GKBW HAIR ON GRANITE!! SNUFFY SMITH ,. I 6OTTO THINKING ABOUT ... IVE RBAU.Y POOLED IT UP/ WHAT CO VOU MEAN, REVERSE. OF THE WAY r WANT IT BEETLE BAILEY MW.ESTIJS A HEALTHY- LOOKIN'BOY/ WEU.,1 SURE DO FEEU <SOOD, GRANDMA// IN PACT. IHAVENT BEEN SICK SINCE 1 FOUND THAT DOLLAR BILL... K ...IN PRONTO' TH' CANDY STORE LAST SUMMER// dBANDMA TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED -IT OKM6 KADIATW/. MA0»4mC FOCC6-* A rt»HW MONIDOAt LIKE NOTW FtOpLE HAVE TUB SAME COMBJNAHOM OP r --6^T THE TRANSMITTER TO 'HOMS' IM ON PERSONAL THIS VOIL HAS A FOT&NT 5ISNAJ t CAM MATERIALIZE A -10-FOOT OF 00£DO IMMEDIATE SEATIMG IM THE BALCOMV. I/AMEOIATE SEATING IN THE BALCONV. ISIM laffl LOW^y IMMEDIATE SEATIMS THE VSR/ LAST ROW. Described by Head Coach, Speaking before the Brazos- Harden Cooper as the "best I port Quarterback Club, Cooper workout of the year", the Bra-l pointed to those fumbles as a zosport Exporters went about key reason for three straight Monday's work with one thing defeats this year, in mind. ! The Monday night meeting lermlncd Shippers are point-. Ing to ,an upset over Galena Park. For around BO minutes on Monday the Shippers went at full speed with their offensive and defensive scrimmage sessions. The blocking was sharp and the tackling hard. . During the long session, the Exporters fumbled ;the ball a few times, but it-appears that the Ships-might break out of the fumbling slump. In the QB's Meef lit Lake Jackson.... Exporters Hold Good Workout ':" —~* . .• • *.u« Awunuuy rugni meeting The word was out The de-,of the QB'Club was staged in Lake Jackson for the first time this year nhd attracted one of the largest crowds of recent years. Upwards of 'So members and fans turned out to witness the South Park film and hear a scout report on Galena Park. .Cooper told . the attending fans that 29 boys saw. service in the 6-0 loss to South Park of Beaumont last Friday. There was only one gridder missing workouts on Monday arid that was. tackle Bobby m? '. .. ... .1 **'^ B fc ^(n .speeu 01 vYeiaon The starting offensive right I makes him a threat both; for tackle had fever of 105. Lowell; long passes or the short .tosses. will miss the Galena Park game' Stewart has gotten good rjdss , and might not be ready to go i protection in the three non- by the Thursday game with:district games. . . io £ t «i. HO t U *J? n .. 0| J 95 t '. 8th ' Hopeful of adding some ( Fullback Robert Sterling re- punch to their offensive ma- turned to workouts on Monday :.hino, the Shippers were due and should bi ready to catch!to work oh running and pas-i offensive play on Friday. Star-i sing in drilk this afternoon 1 ling injured his knee in the md Wednesday.- I Jesse Jones game. , In the last two games the Cooper singled out eight fum- Ships have only been able to! and have got- The great speed'of Weldon ten only 30 points in three lames. three losing non-district games, Lowell, who became sick fol- the locals have fumbled the ball i lowing the South Park game 20 times and lost 12. 'and was left In a Beaumont Breckenridge, Abilene In State's Top Game United Press International Breckenridge and Abilene, two of the state's schoolboy football elite, meet In a neighborly match of undefeated powers to highlight the prep school schedule this week. The Bucks, ranked No. 1 in Class AAA, will provide observers with a good comparative basis to weigh the merits Of Class AAAA's Nos. 1 and 2 outfit- Wichita FaUs and Abilene. Breckenridge outplayed Wichita Falls but had to settle for a 14-14 tie week before last. The Bucks will be t h c hosts for this week's tilt. Most of the,better action on tha week's program is confined to AAAA, although third-rated Ncderland of AAA takes on Baton Rouge Istraouma, Louisiana's No. 1 team and conqueror of Port Arthur. Two other top AAA games finds Artesla, N.M. at Levelland, ranked No. 2 and loser only 7,-6.,to Breckenridge last week, and Bay City, ranked No. 4 and -a 86-6 victor over Boling, at Conroe. offense-minded Austin High, fourth-ranked Highland Park plays at Fort Worth Arlington Heights, fifth-rated San Antonio Jefferson is at San Angelo, sixth-ranking Port Arthur beaten 7-8 by Odessa last week; plays at Victoria, seventh-rated Galena Park meets Freeport, eighth-ranking Fort Worth Carter is at Marshall, ninth-rated Amarillo Tascosa hosts Pampa and tenth-ranked Longview entertains Grand Prairie. The Galena Park and Tascosa games are among seven district encounters on this week's program. All are in AAAA. Lions Grab SecondLoop Win, 46-6 Angleton's Marshall Lions continued to hold the. r uppex hand in District 12-A lixstball. 'Swe«fty, pointed to the Improvement seen each week in the Shippers, i However, the locals have apparently picked the toughest, *eam in the District 12-AAAAi [lineup to try and rebound a-. i gainst. ! Galena Park is rated 7th in 'j the-state and are unbeaten anj three non-district games. The Yellowjackets were pre-season' picks to sweep honors in 12-' AAAA. Last year the Exporters had the Jackets down 13-0 after only the first four minutes in, 30 seconds. Galena Park then! came on and downed the Ship pers, 31-13. ; L. Z. Bryan, who has been' scouting Galena Park, gave a, brief report on the Jacket team I to attending QB Club members and Ship fans last night at the LJ meeting. Bryan singled out end Jack Weldon, quarterback Stu Stewart and fullback Mike Smith as their key offensive gridders. I Weldon ii perhaps the best , or at least fastest end in the state. The 180 pounder can run tbp 100-yard dash In 9.8 and is the 12-AAAA low hurdle champion. Besides being fast, Weldon is a keen pass receiver. His last . SUN. Thru WED. "LAST TRAIN From GUN HltL" KIRK DOUGLAS ANTHONX QUINN EUSCO BE 1-2.104 THE HOUSE Or HITS TODAY THRU — OCT. lit ^^ILi —Coming Frl., Oct. 2nd— DENIM" Strip paint! It's fast and easy when you use the right paint remover. We recommend REGULAR Strypeeze for fine wood, antiques. For metat or solid wood, use new Strypeeze SPECIAL water-rinwble paint remover. Also ask for free booklet, How To Remove and Restore Finishes"; .' Corpus Christ! Ray entertains Brazosport Bowling 'News TABPOH.INN VILLAGE WOMEN'S LEAGUE South Texas Realty'Co. Hurricane" Glass Swanp's Western Auto Braiosport Blind Co. Travis Wilks Auto Service Strlngfellow's Texas Better, Homes Merle Norman Cosmetics Diamond "G" Ranch Norman's Grocery & Serv. Sellers-Harbour Ross Shoes. Freepcrt National Bank 11-1 9-3 strongest challenger .f«--Mai shall in the loop chase, got off game for GP, 13-10. Stewart/who started his first varsity game against The Ships last year, is an able passer and 'ball carrier, along with the power bla»u of Smith. • Weldon will be the main target lor the long passes of Galena Park, which are rite form of offensive by the Yellowjackets. Gary Hdw. A Sporting Goodi E. E. L. StrlnifeUow Bonier Hardware, Velaseo Freeport Bomber Company ..'• Patterson floor Company week. West Columbia defeated Van Vleck, 8-0,, and Kindleton slipped past Crescent, 12-8. El' Campo had an open date. | One Saturday game is on the 12-A grid card this week, andj that will have Van Vleck moving into Angleton to take on the powerful Lions. Other conference games, all on Friday, will send Lanier to Sweeny, Kindleton over to „„ , 8-4{West Columbia and Crescent) 8-41 playing at El Campo: All games j 7-5 i nave 8 pJn. kickoff 'times. 7-5; In the Marshall game with 7-5 Sweeny, the Lions held only an 6-6 8-6 halftime margin but came 5-7 on strong in the final two per- 4-81 iods with a 38 point spree. 4-8! For the night, both Willie -TODAY * WED^Western AclSon 1 I I BCBErTT! STABTS "SLEEPING BEAUTY" 3-9! Lewis and L. Dudley pushed 3-9 • across two touchdowns. i 2-10J Lewis went live and eightj High Team Thrie Garnet i yards for his six-pointers, with i Swarm's 2325 : Dudley racing 25 and 55 yards, j Diamond "G" Ranch 2320 Robert Franklin scored for' South Texas Realty • 2296 ' Angleton on a nine-yard blast * High T«*m On* Gam* i into the line, while Arthur Hal- South. Texas Realty 823iler took a pass from Arthur Swann's West. Auto 797 j Thomas for the final touch- Diamond "G" Ranch 787! down. This play covered 35- High Individual Thro* Gamei Amelia Harris Lou Soothe Mary Louise Dahl 568 557 •538 High Game — Individual Mary Louise Dahl Amelia Han-is Myrtle Efird 222 2", 207 yards. Richard HaH ran over five PAT attempts for ten additional points in Angleton's victory. In Lanier's 28-6 win over Boling, Robert Sheppard and Robert Royston both picked up a pair pf touchdowns. Community Calendar WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 34 6:42 aon.—Lake Jackson Op' ttmlita, J It, J Cafe, Oluta 12:15 p.m.—Freeport Kiwanls, Dow Hotel 7:30 p.m.—U. T. Exex, Texas- Nebraska game, 9-19, Football film, Lake Jackson City Hall ' 8:00 p.m. — FOE. Surtslde Road 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Alcoho- . liqs .Anonymous,. American Legion Rut B:30 pan.— Buttons & Bows Square Dance Club, J & J Cats-. ; _,_.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 7:30 pan.—Knights pf Columbus, Council Hft-1, Freepjrt 7:30 p.m.—K of P Lodge No. .475. K of P Hall, Freeport 8:00 p.m.—freeport Rebekahs •Lodge No. 257, IOOF Building 8:00 pju;—Jones Greek Community Club, Community House ";.••• . FBIDAY, OCTOBER g 12:15 pjji.—Brazosport Rot- wry, Port, Cal« 7:30 p.m.— Woman's Aux. int. Operating Eng. Local No. 564, Union Hall 8:00 p.m.— Angleton Alcoholics Anonymous, Call TI- Iden 8-6269 . MONDAY, OCTOBEB S 7:30 p.m. — Jayce'es, lake •Jackson Club House 8:00 pjn,— Lake Jackson Masons, Masonic Hall 8:00 pjn,— Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. 951, IOOF Building .- . 8:00 p.m.— Alcoholics Anonymous, CY 7-S940 ... . . OCTOBEB • 7:30 p.m.— Velaseo Masonic •Lodge, Velaseo 7:30 p.m.— Velaseo Lions Club, Whitten's 7:30 p.m._ velasco B & PW Club, Velaseo Community House 7:30 pjn.— Brazosport Boat Club. Chamber at Commerce Bids. 7:30 p.m.— American Legion Post 306, Legion Hall, Lake Jackson ( ' Call Bteeport BB *-«ll. 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