The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 1, 1959 · Page 6
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Page 6 T H E B R A 2 0 8 P 0 * t P A 0 T ft U-Freeport In Feature .... Junior Highs/B" Teams In League Games Tonight A full pigskin package will be opened in Brazosport and Brazoria County tonight as Junior Highs and varsity 'B' teams have a crowded football schedule. Three games in the Gulf Coast Junior High Conference race are on tap inside the county, along with four varsity 'B' team games involving Brazos- port, West Columbia, Sweeny and Angleton. Tonight's feature Junior High game will be reeled off in Lake Jwkson where Gene Lepper's Panthers host Freeport, the pre-season pick to grab off the conference title. Sharing the Junior spotlight win be Clute's home date with Angleton. Both teams won opening league games and thus carry perfect 1-0 marks into tonight's round. At both Lake Jackson and Clute, kickoff time will be 7 p.m. The only other Junior High loop contest will come in Alvin, where the Mustangs host the Sweeny Pups. Both Sweeny, and Alvin were beaten in opening league games. Freeport has yet to see any conference action, while Lake Jackson rode over Sweeny, 280, last week, Angleton took out Alvin, 3B-20, and Clute pulled a mild upset by downing Bay City, 28-8. The winners between Free- ROUND TRIP FARES u '-veen Houston, Corpus Chrlstl* I arlingen and Brownsville) port-Lake Jackson and Clulc- Angleton should have the inside track to a showdown meet ing for the coveted Junior High championship. Lake Jackson will bank their speedy attack on Skeets McCain, Mike Tracy, Larry Spence- Royce Wooas and Ray Baldree. The Panthers backfield unit have rolled up 60 points in two winning efforts, while the defense has allowed 20 points. Freeport will counter the LJ attack with such gridders as James Bullard, Scotty Smith, Honald Pisklak, Archie Fleming, Paul Howard, Kenny Bar- gainier, Oliver Watson and others. In the Clute camp, Bill Morrow will have Harley McDougal, Roger Carpentgr, Donnle Peters, Bill Warren, Truman Franks and a host of other ready to duel Angleton. In the varsity 'B' team lineup, Brazosport's Storm Squad will host the Galena Park sophomores, in a game that «Urts at 7 p.m., while Angla- ton takes on Clear Creek in • game at the county seat starting at 7:30. The Sweeny 'B' team will host Wharton'f 'B' unit, while rest Columbia sends their 'B' earn over to Bay City. . For Angleton, who have won 2 straight gamei over the past wo year period, the home ame with Clear Creek will pen their 1959 'B' team Dii- Jict 25-AA schedule. The 'B' team games at An- eton, Sweeny and Bay City will all start at 7:30 p.m. Brasbsport and Bran6fii, Oouttty, TexM, Thuri., Ootdbtr 1, Round Trip (aba Fed. Tax) For economy and comfort, you can't beat the luxury of Missouri Pacific's VaUejr Route. Joat check and cfwnpMie ffae above Other Missouri Pacific features include: . . ."Family Fare Plan every day • Travel Tray—Luacheon-Dinaer only $1.00, Breakfast 75<t • Complimentary Coffee... 10 A.M. and 3 P.M. • Air-Conditimd Auto Rental Arrangements. Clute Defeats Lake Jackson 7th Graders Clute's 7th grade football earn scored a 16-6 victory over jake Jackson recently in :ontest played before a large irowd at Clute. The visiting Lake Jackson Bidders broke the scoring ice irst as quarterback James Conlee used a rollout play to •ace some 40. yards and send 'ohnny Girouard's club into a quick 6-0 margin. However, Joe Danford's Clute ridden came back with touch- town runs of Buddy Roberts and Wayne Stewart to beat LJ. Roberts went 45 yards to score, while Stewart raced 55 yards. Roberts also accounted for the four extra points with running plays. Lebow Winner In Riverside Golf Tourney La* Lebow finished with a inns on* *e teli* top honoi* <n tte !•«*•* Btowid* Ooual fllub l«-hoi» kaofita*. «o sweepstake*. Platting bthittd Iftw Tr4wit o&a score cwded by Lsbow were the twosome of Mrs. H. L. Ow- ingi and Bob Wlniton, deadlocked for second with minus two scorn. P»U Waller, Woodie Cherry •ad E. W. May all logged a minus thr«« for a third place tit in the tournament field. Upwards of 30 golfers took part in the Rivnside event. Riverside Country Club pro Chet Warner is expected to stage some type of golf tournament this Sunday for Riverside members and guests. County Grid Roundup.... WC In Home Attraction Games Start At 7 p.m. Klckoff iim« will b» 7 p.m. ln«t«id of 7:30 p.m. Thai'i ihe word thli year from Braiotport aihlelle effi- clalt concerning Thursday night gam«« In th* area. Lait leiion iht Thur»day night Junior High and Bra- loiport Storm Squad and Junior Varsity garnet all itaried at 7:30 p.m. However. In* darting iim* hat been moved up 30 mln- ute» ihli teaion for all lh« Thuriday night gafnei played in the Biaiosport area. Three garnet are due in the area tonight, ill With thoie 7 p.m. klckoff datei. Fxeeport will be at Lake Jackion and Angleton at Cluie in the Junior High lineup, while the Exporter Storm Squad hoiti the Galena Park lophomorei. All ihe gamei outiide Bra- loiport will continue to have 7:30 p.m. (tarting lim«« dur- ina »h« 1ISI football lemon. *< VALUE DAYS! OCTOBER 1,2 and 3 MAYTAG Highlander Washer Exclusive Helical Drive, Water Level Control 199 95 With Trade-in Terms as low as $1.77 a week ALL NEW HALO-OF-HEAT DRYERS, Also Available 5 3 50 HOUSE PAINT, White, Made For < TWs Climate gal. Reg. 7.75 NOW * A SAVINGS of 25%, While It Last LATEX AQUA-VEL WALL PAINT , Reg^. $7.00 gal. Close Out Price ' Quarts 1.20 •FREE Football Tickets To Brazosports Home games will b« given to several lucky people during this Sale. No purchase necessary to register* Must be 17 years of age or older to win. WOODRUM & DUENSING HARDWARE LAJ:E JACKSON Out of live Brazorla County g -nos, in the AAA, AA and B roundup only one willbe staged at home this Friday night. West Columbia's Roughnecks draw the home Hold break while Sweeny, Angleton, Alvin and Damniry all have I games on the road. ' i Three out of the five-game I lineup are league affairs with 'the AA entries being Involved. ' Only AAA Alvin and class B' Danbury escape the conference iable this week. West Columbia is matched against one of the state's top A A outfits in the Palacios Sharks, who have rolled over four non-league foes and.have yet to allow a touchdown. Falacios has taken out Rockport, 22-0, edged Tidehaven, 80, then romped past both Gando and VanderblH by the same 41-0 scores. '•'••. On the other hand, E. S, Gol son's troops have lost four in a row, as Port Acres won a 6-0 duel, then Alvin came out on top, 19-12, next came Angleton, 30-6, and then LaMarque, 36-6. However, both Alvin and Lk- Marque are top ranked AAA clubs and both Port Acres an4 Angleton are two leading contenders for AA titles. Both won district crowns last year. The West Columbia-t'alacios game, which starts at 8 p.m., is the feature attraction in opining rounds of District 26- AA. Sweeny is involved in still another 26-AA game as Ed Waggoner's Bulldogs make the trip to Whartbn to try the Improving Tigers. With back to back wins over Schulenburg and Columbus, the Bulldogs will tote a 2-2 rating into the contest, while Whar ton has won only one out o four, losing to a couple of A clubs in Alvin and El Campo Anglelon also beat Wharton 14-0, After last week's open date Angleton will bounce bark int action on Friday and will trav el to Clear Greek to get thing underway in the 25-AA league Herman Moore's Angletor pack are the defending cham pions of the 25-AA loop aiic are considered a strong choic to repeat. Both Deer Park anr Dickinson are the other stronf entries. Guaranteed Life - Time -MUFFLERS- INSTALLED WHILE-TJ-WAIT Radiator Repair-— CLEANING — HECOREING FIFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE SINCLAIR Gene's Hwy Z88 BE 3-9240 ACROSS FROM ROSS MO. CO. of (ViAdorn Ceumet sfter Mttoft* Is like ret* aftertax Youi Futuie -BANK Of COUWMV bEran NATIONAL mm MEMBER «Jl« Here Friday from Chevrolet THE SUPERLATIVE '60 CHEVY This is the one that says '60 Bee no other car. From its ctean-throsfing grBte to Us (tapper deck, there's so much thafs new and different about this superlative Chevrolet it stands out torn the rest like a fresh-minted coin. And youH oe just as wide-eyed over whafs inside-tie relaxing roominess, tasteful trim, hushed elegance,of Its new Body by Fisher, aR comfortably cradled by Full Coil springs at all four wheels. Yet, sumptuous as this new Chevy is, its got all the thrifty virtues that make it unmistakably a Chevrolet-with new economy of operation, new dependability, new longer life, Here, then, we're confident both you and your budget will joyously agree, is the nearest to perfection a low-priced car ever came! Here's the car that Introduces a whole oew decade of design—with M much that's new and different the others can only hope to come dose, It's the superlative '60 Chevrolet—with new space inside, new spirit under the hood, new splendor in every clean-etched line. 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Quiet, quick-responding power is provided by a choice of two standard engines-Chevy's famed Hi-Thrift 6 and a new Economy Turbo-Fire V8 that gets up to 10% more mile* out of a gallon of regular while delivering greater engine torque at normal speeds. There's also a choice of five other VS's and five transmissions, to assure the exact power combination to satisfy the itch in your driving foot. Chevy's accent on comfort and convenience even extends back to its easier- to-load luggage compartment. You'll also find a convenient new park* ing brake that automatically returns to normal height after application, a new clutch linkage that filters out engine impulses more effectively thatt ever and new two-toning motif avail*' able on 'all 1C fresh -minted But, impressive as alj this may look in print, there's really only one way to tell how near to perfection thi* superlative '60 Chevrolet actually comes . «'. and that's to drop in on your dealer and drive one I See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer WRIGHTS ANGLETON - FEEliJiruBT - WEST COLUMBIA, TEXAS

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