The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 20, 1961 · Page 7
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Optimists, School Set Cage Tourney All four Baytown schools and four other area junior highs have teams entered in Saturday's seventh grade basketball tournament at; Cedar Bayou. The event is sponsored annually by the Baytown Optimist Club in cooperation with Cedar Bayou Junior High. Highlands, Horace Mann and Baytown have teams in the tournament in addition to the host quint, and area teams entered include Dickinson, Northshore. Ga- iona Park and Texas City Fry. The tournament is restricted to seventh grade teams composed of boys no older than 14 last Sept. 1. Trophies will be awarded to the championship, runner-up and consolation winners and medals will go to each member of the 10-player all-tournament team which will be announced Saturday night. Three sessions are scheduled for the one-day tourney, the mom- ing session for first round games, j an afternoon session for semi-final' bouts and the night session for the finals. Tickets are priced at 35 cents for adults and 15 cents for s'J dents. Tickets rnaay, January 20, 1941 <M» «•»<•« mwm Hook, Line And Sinker By Chester Rogers Wrap up of the deer hunting]different counties to bag his sea- season ushers in the time of trades. The hunters who didn't bag their limit or even their deer are ready to blame it on their guns. son's pair. He bagged a nine pointer in Uvalde and a six pointer in Grimes County. A Comal County party included Dr. and Mrs. Kawl W. Opryshek. So it is trading time. Ask any Mrs. Opryshek brought down a gun dealer. I two pointer at 100 yards, while But the season was a good one. I Dr. Opryshek downed a four and Baytown hunters set a fast pace a five pointer, both at about 150 for venison in the freezer, in saus-!y arc *s. age, or in anything-. They killed I more than 200 deer this year, not' the biggest, not the worst o£ the seasons. Jim Nelson's log book shows 181 deer brought home, and there's more to be listed, such as the late comers who just haven't had time to get around to Nelson's. Picking up the deer kill log where we left off the Jast time is Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hecox who went to Real County for their veni- ison. Mrs. Hecox put it all over , are good for all I r> y n, s ' „, <=i™fc «.«inn K R " W ' War ... „. . uoca ._ Ljano while had to draw a bead at 100 yards to drop a three pointer. Milton Merka scored his kill in zos County, a six pointer at „, •, Ward , down County, cnc a very long 250 yard shot and the other at 100 yards. Clarence Broussard was another Llano County hunter, 9 a.m. — Northshore vs Horace i dropping a two pointer, a spike THE SCHEDULE 8 a.m. — Cedar Bayou vs Dickinson Mann 10 a.m. — Baytown vs Galena Park 11 a.m. — Highlands vs Fry 4?5 STATE FARM POLICYHOLDERS GETI DOUBLE-BARRELED SAVINGS saving for safi drivers under the Texas Merit Plan Plu»: dividend on currently expiring policies for eligible members! STATE FARM MUTUAL the company that saved . Texans over $4,000,000 : In 1959 J2<,000,000 In the past 24 yean, S« how much you could have $iv*d, See your St«!« Farm Agent Now! JOHN MITCHELL 512 E. Texas Phone JU 2-6828 buck and a doe. Norman Jones, also in Llano County, killed a four pointer and a doe. Homan H. Read went to Edwards County for his eight pointer, and Lee Hartless picked off jtwo in the same county, a four and a six pointer. Ed M. Ratley went to Robertson (County for a three pointer, but the unusual feature of his hunt was that he made his kill with a bow and arrow, the only Baytown deer killed with an arrow on record. Mrs. Ollie Griffith is one of the most famous women outdoorsmen in this part of the country. It is a family tradition that she never goes out, either hunting or fishing, without brining home something for the table. She went squirrel hunting the other day up at the head of Cedar Bayou — maybe Liberty County, maybe Harris County, not for sure — but she brought home a 10 point deer that dressed out 118 pounds. Mrs. Griffith had buckshot in the gun. a 16-gauge model, and dropped her venison at a mere 10 feet. That's deer hunting, real Indian fashion. Freamon Ptiiett went to Medina County for a seven pointer. jhut he had to do it at 300 yards. Jimmy Carpenter pulled down a six pointer from 50 yards on the same trip. Jim Nelson the old pro, who never misses bagged his eight j pointer from 175 yards. R. C. Galloway dropped two deer in his Comal County hunt, a three pointer and a doe. M. E. Reisinger and James Reisinger went to Brazos County for their venison. James notched two, a doe and a two pointier, while M. E. came home with j a doe. but it was a 370 yard shot, one of the longest of the season. Eleven year old Mike Wood knocked down a two pointer at 75 yards in a Mason County trip. C. E. Wood managed a doe, killed at 50 yards' with a 45 calibre pistol. W. C. Pond, Jr. went to two Vo how o say cswagen with a dis Ita accent-. finct ian Karmann Ghia Every fluent line of the Korrnonn Ghta by Volkswagen sayj Italian sportj car. Ghia, of Turin, designed its sheath of flowing gloss and steel. Its body is boilf in Germany by Karmann, Europe's •noted custom coachmaker,'ond powered with the famous Volkswagen air-cooled engine. The Ghia sits low on the roods it comers superbly. Its stream- Cned design gives if a fop speed of over 70 mph. Its inferior is custom crafted Unlike ofher limited production cars, the Ghia, wilh its economical WV engine, requires little service and costs are low. Excellent parts and service facilities are available at Volkswagen dealers in oil 50 states, Canada and Mexico. Hard-top or weather-tight convertible, the Karmann Ghia it avaflabfe in « special group of colors and two-tone combinations. The coup* is $2526, the convertible $2756. Both ar» great fun to drive. Comt in *nd try on* thit week. Headi will turn, w* promise you. TEXAS MOTOR IMPORTS 606 JU 3-4071 Ganders Underdogs Tonight Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heard made their annual hunt to Leon County. Jack managed a five pointer at 150 yards and an eight pointer at 180 yards, while Mrs. Heard dropped her three pointer from 150 yards. They both shoot 30-06 models. The season was outstanding for one other major event, too. A Baytown hunter made such a fine deer kill in Colorado, it merits listing in the famous Boone and Crockett trophy register. W. E. (Tinie) Reddell of 1501 Sheridan Drive made the kill. It was a mule deer, one of the big ones. He hit the trophy near columbine, which is in northern Colorado near the Wyoming border, ie This trophy could be listed eith- ^g 75 er of two ways, as a freak or as ' a regular eight, only a few noints difference. It could have even been a new world record except for a couple of points in the wrong places. Reddell is the third Baytown hunter to gain national recognition with a trophy listing in Boone and Crockett. Mrs. George Spangler killed an antelope that merited listing in the Boone and Crockett register. One of the most unusual entries in the Boone and Crockett book is the bear killed in the Big Thicket near Sour Lake back in 1906 by the late Walter Harvey, pioneer Baytown oil field worker, civic and political leader. Jim Nelson dug up the material that led to the bear trophy listing, and it makes a good story. It is too long to relate in the space we have left, so you can look forward to it in another day. But you can be sure Nelson will leave no rug unturned in an effort to have it listed with Boone and Crockett if it merits attention. Rebounding Up, Scoring Drops Down Baytown, in two games last Friday and Tuesday, gained a rebound and lost two points in its 12-4A average tor the first five games. The Ganders raised their rebounding average to 31.4 per game by grabbing 35 bounces off the boards in their 48-46 upset of favored Ball High last Tuesday. Bat the Gander scoring average dropped from 50.6 points per game to 48.2. While field goal and free throw percentages also showed slight declines, Baytown maintained a respectable 36 per cent from the field by hitting 97 shots. Free throws, however, dropped into the 50s as the Ganders missed S-of 14 shots against Ball, and the per game percentage wound up at .5875, a decline from .667 after three games. Bragan Scouting Caribbean Area; Mancuso Signs HOUSTON — Bobby Bragan, di- had the best percentages afield, although not ranking among the top scorers. Osborne Knudson still led the major scorers with .365 by hitting 20 of 55 shots. The top three Ganders scorers and rebounders read the same as Knudson posted leads in both departments, followed by sophomore Roger Byers and junior Jerry Kemplay. Knudson had 45 rebounds and a 9.0 per game average and 59 points and an 11.8 points per game average. Byers was only a fraction off the rebounding pace with 41 grabs and an 8.2 average. Kemplay had 15 bounces, tops among the outside boys, but was closer in the scoring department. Byers' 36 points and 7.2 average was second in scoring while Kemplay had 32 points and a 6.4 average. Ellis Smith was only a point behind third place with 31 points and a 6.2 average. In the 20s were sophomore Robert Oliver with 24 points and Bryan Stratton with 20. While rebounding fell off sharply behind the top two places, there was a tight little group of four Score 89-55 - Aggies Bow To Cougers ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY Seated, from the left, are Alvin Tappe, Harry Cr^ft, V.'rislej-, and Vedie Hiiusi. §tsndir.g THE COACHING BOARD of strategy of the rihir.ngn Cuba, with one more coach is be named in owner Phil Wrigley's experiment, gathers in Chicago with Wrigley for early discussion of plans. A manager will not be named until later, according to Wrigley. from the left, are Rip Collins. Goldie Holt, Verlon Walker and Charlie Grimm. Coaches will alternate bossing minor league teams, too. One Stroke Ahead Goalby Leading In Coif Tourney PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP)-lthat was about the best I could Jack Burke with George Coleman usky Bob Goalby swung into to- do." ! Jr of Palm Beach Fla The ijv c CP-rnnrl rnnwrl nf fV»« t=ifl fWi •»-.,* , — 01., ui jrduii Ot-dCu. riu, luc *y s, stxonu rouna 01 me WWU| pi aying the Monterey Peninsula | amateur's handicaps are figured course, he had missed the greens' in the pro-amateur scoring, at the fourth, seventh, and tenth Venturi. of Palo Alto, Calif, and a ° 1 ^- I Collins, who plays out of Crystal At the 13th, he sank a six-foot j River, Fla., shot their opening for a birdie and added an- 67s at Pebble Beach, generally HOUSTON (AP) — Houston's surprising Cougars, who recently knocked over the oationaHy- ranked Bradley Braves, dipped Thursday night into the Southwest Conference to register their 10th victory of -the season. The Cougars smashed from an 83-83 deadlock in the final three minutes to clip Texas A&M's faltering Aggies 89-83. A crowd of 7,500 turned out to see the Cougars, now 10-5, pull away with two driving layups by Ted Luckenbill and a couple of free shots by Tommy xnoson. Over the same period of time the Aggies could do no better than score two points, this coming in the final six seconds on a jump ;ot by Don Stanley. The Aggies, who entered the week in a tie for the SWC lead, lost Monday to Texas and now stand 8-6 for the season. The Cougars, independent this year after dropping out of the Missouri Valley Conference, three times rolled up six-point leads but saw them cut down by the scrappy Aggies. Both teams, red hot from the floor, posted outstanding shooting percentages. The 29-year-old former Univer- sitv of Illinois birdies fl*, , • f the winoup to his first round. c - anea S leas ! other at the 14th with a four- °n the par five Kth. a 515-jart * tcst ' Goalb y used a No - 5 wood champi-: on | lis K r conci considered the toughest of the three layouts. Hill, former Michigan amateur star now a pro living in Denver, played Monterey rector of player personnel for the but the hosting Trojans presented Houston Sports Association, is now the best rebounding average, go- in the Caribbean area, scouting ball players, lining up scouts and making other contacts for the benefit of the Houston National! League club. He will be in the area about two weeks. Bragan flew to Caracas. Venezuela early this week. He will also visit Valencia, Venzuela; Trujillo, Dominican Republic; and San Juan, Caguas, Mayaguez, Ponce, Puerto Rico; and Panama. Bragan formerly managed the Almendares club in the Cuban winter League and is well-known boys in the next places. Behind Kemplay came Oliver with 14, , tt Smith with 13 and Goehnng vvithjh im ?t 67 ng cnampi-' nn his Krcond shot and (he ball peninsula while Johnson, of „.„,The Ganders take a slight scor-iDaveTlill'and Bil Collins ohnson 'jl^, ^ feet from the pin. Hejhil!. 111., shot at Cypress Point. ing advantage into Friday's con-! n Hi iT tr:" ! sank the putt for his eagle. Birdie Arnold Palmer, golfer-of-the- ference clash at South Houston, R^-O w™ £Ut "£L. J IT* : P"!^ L^JflL 1ollowcd -., nla ] c - year in 1360 and winner of last week s San Diego Open, kept in contention with a first-round 70. Art Wall, the top player of 1939 and that year's Crosby champ, had a 73. Gene Littler, runner-up in the Crosby two years ago, also had 73. A&M hit 50 per cent of its flrst half shots and 66 the second half while the Cougars had a 44 per cent first half figure and 60 for the last period. Houston's Gary Phillips eclipsed the school's career scoring record early and went on to a 22-point night. Luckenbfll registered 29 points for individual scoring honors. Carroll Broussard and Stanley paced the Aggies with 26 and 27 points, respectively. WANT ELECTRIC APPLIANCES? SeeflN YELLOW M6ES ing into this week's games. South Houston has averaged 46.2 nut ->f «. _ _ ^ ^ ~ ." But at the same tune, the Trojans _ _ - ---- " " '••• • J--.U.H..J w*. «j, -i-u liiiu i AV/I ii-»»» \_ v_i, iiicirv" Burke, Jerry Barber, Dave Ra- ; ing him srven-under-par on the fi- gan, and at 6.9 were Dick Strana- ' rial six holes. ban. Sam Reynolds, Dow Finstcr- 1 Leadint; in the pro-am after the wald. Lionel Robert, Al Balding. ! first round were two teams with Walter Burkemo, Ted Kroll and best-ball scores of 60 — Dow Fin- Bob Rosburg. jstervald and Fred Kammer of Warm, sunny, windless weatlier i Grosse Point Farms, Midi., and the throughout the Caribbean area. If ^ _ Later general manager Gabe Paul and executive vice president George Kirksey plan to visit the Caribbean area to put the finishing touches on an extensive scouting system for the Houston Club. "We expect to go after every promising young ball player in the Caribbean," said Gabc- Paul. "Houston is now the closest major league city to Latin America and we feel that when we coin- bounces in four games while Baytown had 157 rebounds in five games. While both clubs came into this game fairly evenly matched sta- I2-4A GAMES Baytown at South Houston Ball High at Texas City Pasadena at Brazosport Smiley at Galona Park tistically, the Trojans have superior height and a good supply of experienced personnel. Provided the Ganders are rea- mence play in the national League sonably _ efficient from thc_ field, in 1962 that m;my fans from this area will come to Houston to see our games. We plan to their biggest problem will be scrapping for rebounds with Reggie Wilpfz and Jerry Eversole, search the Caribbean for a Latin rouple of inside lads who stand o feet, 4 inches, and with Larry Johnson and Kenneth Gotrula. both at 6-2. AH but Eversole are lettermen, and Johnson is a two-year American star. 1 ' Gus Mancuso, former major league catcher with five different clubs, has signed with the Houston Sports Association as a part- \,\Jll OJJVJl. 10 J-VOOV/V.JH ll\J4 I l».« *.V |.rit.* v j . time scout. General Manager Gabe j sicle - Conferonce match. Both would in~ the kind are scorer and accurate from out-'held this week for letter winner who is a double-fig- Kansas And Cincy On Road Tonight By DOX WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer Kansas State and Cincinnati, two streaking college basketball powers, take to the road for key tests tonight and—take it from DePaul's shocked Demons — the ! b - v Bears, Goslins Capture Junior High Victories Cedar Bayou 47, Highlands 44 Baytown 5',', Lovi'iitterg 32 Fry -17. Horace M.inn 31 Cellar liajon B 30, Highlands B 17 Lovenburg B 33, Baytown B 27 Horace Mann B 25. Fry B 22 word is: Beware! The lOth-rankcd Kansas State Wildcats, unbeaten in their last 10 games, defend their Big Eight Conference lead against arch-rival Kansas at Lawrence. Surging Highlands' strong bid fell short is in Thursday's intra- as Cedar Bayou beat, the Eagles, 47-44. largely on aj Gulf Coast championship by avenging an early season loss to Lovenberg with a 20-point victory. After the first quarter, it was no contest. The Goslins pushed a 16-8 first period lead into a 31-10 margin at the half and had the Se- gulls down 44-18 at the end of three periods. Bobby Whaley hit seven field goals and totaled 21 points for Baytown while Joe Newsome sacked up 10 points, Frank Terry hit Sherwood Stewart hit 4, George strong fourth quarter; and Texas j Rincon and Jim Lyon got i points City Fry dropped a cold Horace Mann quint, 47-:>l. Baytown knocked Galveslon Lov- Cincinnati now 12-3 after a 7- onbor(: vir(u:li '- v °ut of the run- game string of successes is at'"'" 8 I( "' r lhe dlstnct championship tough Drake in «V Missouri' Vallev jS y Rh(>llil JS ule °»ce - favored • I Seagulls o2-32. Tie win by the ccond place take'kindlv to avoid-j£ osli ' ls lcft olll >' tht ' s «' o! ' of trap the road has! Dra -'-" ls from Fry stiil in each, Gary Lockhart and Lonnie Selman hit 2 apiece and Jerry Schuble hit a free throw. Paul Marsh led scoring in, the 30-17 Cedar Bayou B game win over Highlands with 12 points, and Donald Langford hit 11 as Mann beat Fry 25-22 in the preliminary, the ser-jJohn Pavlas hit 12 and Richard Paul announced today. Mancuso, who was famous in his heydey with the New York Giants as Carl Hubbell's battery mate, will concentrate primarily on the free agency field among Two other letterrnen round out the Trojan starting lineup in Danny Mcllhany, 6-even, and Charles Klrkland, 5-11. As usual, the Ganders will be underdogs as the Trojans explore the high schools, colleges and their first real chance to gain a semi - pro ranks in the Greater j loop victory over Baytown. Game Houston area. During his IS year major league career Mancuso played for the St. Louis Cardinals, New York Giants, Chicago Cubs. Brooklyn Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies. In recent years he has been a baseball announcer in St. Louis, Houston and San Antonio. He now operates a restaurant in Houston. times at 6 p.m. and 7:30. . .20- Bluth Pulls For Bowling Crown SAN BERNARDINO. Calif. (AP^ — F^ay Bluth. who lost, tho Iffi9 All-Star Btwlini; Championship in the 100th and final game, appears detennined to avenge that disappointment (his year The St. Ijwis star was more Pl.lyer Myers . ,, Knurt.non Smith. K. Oliver 10-29 KYmplay i.v.'i I Stratt.in K-;i SHOOTING FOM"A Pet. FTM-A Pet ..H-39 .3,V> S-U .571 )r seventh-ranked i ious rumlin S for the title. | Oliver, 8, for Baytown as Loven- 12-same stivaki. At Cedar Ba - vou . me Bears ben; took that B Kume 32-27 in DcPaul. Thru- snapped Tuesday ni.=,-ht at Noire Dame, the Demons moved on to Kalamazoo Thursday night and! 1 !** 1 u " l(h ei « ht seconds left in the were ambushed by Western Mich- 1 *, 11 '? 1 Period on a goal by Bennie irr.^« CVCA ! ShirpV Thf> K,T!*lp<; l.vl th« flrcl jumped out into a 6-0 lead, but Highlands scrapped into a 12-12 overtime after the regulation time found both clubs deadlocked 26-26 5 SUM-TEX5 STORES TO SERVE YOU I WEEK-END SPECIALS J Old Hickory, 100 pr 5th $4.69 Old Forester, 100 pr 5th $5.49 Tom Moore, 100 pr 5th $3.99 Cascade, 86 pr 5th $3.89 Schenley Champion, 80 pr. 5th $4.49 Ten High 86 pr 5th $3.39 Log Cabin, 80 pr .....5th $3.49 Canada Dry, 86 pr. .....5th $3.49 Calvert's, 86 pr. .., 5th $3.99 Seagram's. 86 pr .„... 5th $3.99 Old Smuggler, 86.8 pr 5th $5.29 Lang's, 86.8 pr 5th $4.79 From Kentucky 1 ! No. I Distillery ELIJAH CRAIG Genuine Sour Mesh and Every Ounce Charcoal Filtered 90 pr.— 5th. Seagram's Gin, 90 pr 5th $3.69 Gordon's Gin, 90 pr full qt. $4.69 Boston Vodka, 80 pr 5th $3.39 Welfsehmidt Vodka Put* Pep In lour Party 80 Proof 9» 100 Proof «71 5th _ Stti _ Ambassador Scotch The World'* Lightest Scotch Mild A TMtj 5 » WE MEET ANY ADVERTISED PRICE IN THIS AREA Buy From The People Vou Have Know for the Past 24 Years Mrs. Sam Perlman and Son Utah. No. 1 — 1302 Harbor St. No. 2—6015 Bayway Drive No. 3—508 W. Main No. 4—14 North Main No. 5—12749 Market St. (Greens Bayou) igan, 85-60. IShirey. The Eagles led the first 1 1 Reawakened Houston ('10-5). ! four niinutes of the second peri-iB TltA !*;«;, 1,^* ;«. *;,.„ K,. ,. *,**.,! 'f <>d intlil ."timmv l^u-L-nt'c fi-.m'^M I 11^* which lost its five by a total Jimmy Pucket's free' It was! 85: "Dayton "ilO-n nipped stat val Wittenberg -lfi-l"i; and Orvclirlnc; Smith, (V. . TOTALS Player Kniiilson Smith, E. otivrr ... Si rat ton . .7-11 1-1 -(-II . 294 2-4 .351 4-7 .MS L'-S ,2SO 1-1 .fi;^ i-a .3B4 17 points spilled Texas A&M S'l- ;ihrow tled th ? 8'tm ~ " '- '• r j.:still tied at the half, 22-all. j , n .| Pat Posz hit three straight shots j tucky \Vesl eyan ed^ed St. Francis!'™ ^ tni ''d quarter opened for a I (Pal'. 7S-7G 'in overtime, in other i-'>~-27 lead, but two quick buckets:! major Ramos on Thursday night's i nt "'° cn d °f *'><•'' period by thc:| ana State Col-jHa.ule.s closed the gap to 37-31. j I .33:1 s-R iW-jslim program. Mont an. in'Mcge squeezed by Pacific Lutheran 1 Highlands hit 7-of-ll free throws j ?™ 73-70. " Jin ' ! »' tost quarter to cut the! '100 ~~ Bear load to 47-H, The Eagles hit' 97-569 .361 47-80 .5875 SCORING nurlvim . Smith. C. TOTALS REBOU Playf than five Petrrsen points ahead Of runnenip Dick Weber today going into the second half of the four-day finals of the 1961 rvent. During the first <\vo days, Bluth won 22, lost 9 and tied 1 game while averaging more than 210 per game. These statistics were translated into 159-27 Petorsen points the standard by which the $68,150 tournament is conducted. Bluth closed Thursday's action with a dramatic eighth-round series of 965 for four games, enabling him to sweep a match with Richard Robinette of Huntin?ton, W. Va. Billy Welu, captain of the St. Kcmplay Ollvf r Smlih. E. Ava. 11.» IS It i: .T 241 48.2 NDING G^rnei . . .S . J> . . -*• Reb. 4:. 41 l.S It Strntton Smith. O TOTALS 157 31.4 Kalstaffs, went «ihlime of his record ri- K'> nvrraco for the first Boat Club Sets Banquet Saturday Baytown's Boat Club holds its annual banquet Saturday at the Fireman's Hal) on Lee Driw, according to Joe R. NVlson, Nelson said the bftn<7Uet will be series; preceded by a social hour a? fi: »f>i from the By FRANK WATSON Central Press Sports "Writer QUESTIONS 1—Whfre Is the Hula Bowl held? 2—What team is Tom Matto a standout on? 3—What sport bonstsn championship fcnm In tho Falstaffs? HOOHEE? HE'S a chant... pion trader in thn baseball market place. At one timo he was jr c n e r a 1 manager at Chicago and more recently at Cleveland. Now he's with the Kans as City club. Xamehim. ANSWERS onjo J° Vittrftmted by Central Press Ithron rounds lliursday. p.m. Dinner will be served at 7:30' Ancient Rwsnn rmpen ed p.m. and a program and dancinc to have wili follo\v. ir.aien.ii uo\vn (into burial robes. 20 of l!S foul shots (or the night. 1 Butch Huhbard did a strong job'j for Highlands under the boards! land lo<l Ka^le scoring with 20 i 'points while Robert Maxwell hit !', Mii.-key Wilkerson hit fi andj i Shi rry and J. K. Bird each had' I 4 points. i I Packed c;ot 11 rebounds and 38 j 'points for the Bears and PCS/ hud! ,10 rebounds and 10 points. Mike! 1 rvihlmiist hit 7 points and Robert: |l:!ls\vu'k and ,Io!i.nny Taylor carl; : j Hor.'uv Mann couldn't ;;ot the 1 I ball to drop from the field ami 11 Iliad only a little hotter luck from 1 ! Mhe fr'.'c throw lino \\hore the 1 . Hctvnies hit 16 o' :.\S .shots. They ;t.:uit\l 11-11 at the en.l of the ; first ponod. \\ere down -".-IS at tlie h.ilf ar,(J Fry h.ul a -'iVL'j lead at | the end of throe quarters. • Buddy M<v)r,\ who In I 1:2 points i for the Grtvnies. did a pjtxxi job j under tlv lx>:uiis while Jimmy i Amu'ons hit 10 points, Mike Law*-' :hon .') ard Hoya Asli ami Claude !.<i«i i'y. ~ ,-tpieiv. ! Th,-> los« to Fry whom the Grec-nies beat in the Freeport I tournament, was the third loop ; defeat for Mann against live wins.! • It VMS, :n a sense, a turning of 1 the tables. f(x>. About a week ago. ihe <irt ! <"i:fs had a six-e-anie wn- ; n;ns stniu Coiner. <i string that mi'lu<;>yl five one-point wins and o;ie r>y .; points. B,i\U'mn, nu-aimhile. was ni:»k-; 'i;ic: its us'.in! strong bid for the SPORTSMAN, INC. FIRST OF THE YEAR SALE! for the GOLFER -'39' '49 for the FISHERMAN- 85c Req. 58.25 YOUTH SETS NOW ONLY.. Req. 74.00 STARTER SETS NOW .95 k95 GULF COAST CASTING LINE REG. 1.20 FISHING LURES Reg. 1.25 Come In Today . . . REGISTER FOR GIFT CERTIFICATE! Join In The Fun! Win Big Prizes! No Obligation. COME IN TODAY! Don't Miss Our Store-Wide Sale! SAVE 10% to 60% Now! JUST ARRWED..NOW REDUCED HOODED SWEAT SWEAT PANTS 10* W. TKXAS REG. 2.50 $197 SHIRTS REG. 4.50

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