The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 20, 1968 · Page 8
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Freeport, Texas
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Friday, September 20, 1968
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Suggested travel rente for Saturday's game !:»'•!' wpi-l, that the Exporter gridders are on the ii- Kritrts will publish n suggested travel route for Its ri;.iilk-i..i. Saturday night the Shippers sail to Houston for a Tully Stadium clash with Memorial at 1:30. The suggested route and an alu>rnatn route arc described below: Leavo Freeport by way of Highway 30 West. Continue on Hv.'v. :«i t'i Rosenberg at the Intersection ofHwy, ,10 and Hwy. 59 turn Irft on Hwy. 50 for one block; then turn right on Farm -to-Market Koad 723 after being on Highway G9 for one block. Follow Farm-io-Market Koad across Dra/.os lilver until It Intersects with Farm-to-Market #359. Turn left on #309 •nil follow until you cross railroad track. There Hwy. 309 turns left and Hwy. 1403 Is straight ahead. Go slral([ht ahead on t-'arm-to-Markpt 1403 toward Katy. Stay on #HC3 until It Intersects with Interstate »10. Turn right on Interstate #10 and follow to Dalry-Ashford Exit on right. Turn to right on Dalry-Asford exit. Cross Dalry- Ashford Hoad and no to first road on the right, (Tully Street) Turn rlRht on Tully (first street past Dairy-Ashford) and sta> on Tully to the 5th entrance on the right. Enter the 5th entrance and go to the Indicated place to park. On return trip go back to Intersection of Tully and side Rotd and turn right. Follow this road to Klrkwood Road; turn left and go under Interstate "10 and turn left again and get on Interstate #10 going West, Stay on Interstate #10 to Pin Oak Drive exit. Take this exit and follow road that leadn U. II 1463 South. Stay to the- I aft until #1-163 South Is readied. Turn left and follow same rood In reverse that you liiui to Katy. This will lead you to Freeport. (He sure to take the #1463 Hoar) when II .splits off from Pin Oak Drive.) Al TKRN'ATE KOt TK Leave Freeport liy llwy. 2BH going North, turn left on Highway G, turn left on Hwy, 59, cross r/'j ,-ind lake '(1900 which is directly across from Hv.y. 5!) ari'l llwy. 0 junction, Follow #1900 to Interstate 10, turn right on Interstate 10, follow Interstate 10 to Dairy-Ashlonl Kxlt; turn right on Dalry- Ashford Road to stadium aid park. Road paralleling Interstate #10. At Klrkwuod Drive turn left twice get on Interstate #10, follow to #1900 Exit - lake this Exit and turn left onto #1900 and reverse run back home. UT, Coogs - The Big One Prep gridders in 2nd big week Tux as Schoollxjy football rumble,'.') into Its second week tonight with a battle between Cl-iss AAAA powerhouses, Abilene Cooper and Odessa I'ermlan, tafcuiKthe state spotlight. Cooper, ranked No. 2 In the Dallas Morning News high school poll, knocked off Brownwood, the No. 2 ranked Class AAA team 13-0 last week. Hut Permian, ranked tenth FISHING dt-a-glance By TOLLY O'CONNELL Si Hi SIDK — T*o nice ytnw'so! speckled trout were caught during the nlKht, said Oscar Mudd of Fisherman's Wharf, Hi- said a rat n><J, some flounder and a bunch of sheepshead and small drum wure caught yesterday uvenluii. The trout were taken on Ilvn shrimp, he rcixjrted. The surf was a lltlle roiiKli IMS morning but the water looked clear, said Oscar. jl'IN'l ANA - The *lnrl has switched to tlio south a«i the surf •* .is tettlBK rounder, sal'! Sirs. Klmer Slough of yulntajia liall Camp- She said flshlne was not very giod yesterday but Mrs. Kob McCullough of Junes Creek and Mrs. Alberta llurion us I'ouca City, oUa., caught two redflsh ami three flounder at the camp pier. Mr. ami Mrs. Clifford I'atton of liruzoria caught several sheepshead and a gafftop, site said. A man came off the Jetty to rejort they were getting croakers, '.vhitlnK and a bunch of reds, mostly too small to keep. The camp Iia.s live bait. Cil'l.f — I'lshlng was poor yesterday, Bridge Harbor Marina r<'i"ortetl. A spokesman said one or two dolphin and some small n-<l snapjxjr were taken. Conditions were ex- l*!Ct«l to U- ijotxJ offshore today. OLD HKA/us - Mrs. Foster Ellison of Foster's Bait Camp said trout were caught at the Jetties yesterday. The <M;;I|J •* .15 out of live bait Kits morning but expected to have a supply this afternoon. SAN 1H.HNAHD — Everyone caught Urge croakers yesler- ffay iloni; V.KJI a f«w flounder and re<lfish, said Mrs, Sidney .S-r.ttli of liucroz Flshlnt Camp. "People had sacks full of. croaker," she rejxjrted. Thn w.iter was choppy this morning, 'Hi-- camp has plenty of live !«lt. 7I|);:S — See Tlili- Schedule, 1'age I. In AAAA, will bo trying to get off the floor alter losing Its opener to Amarlllo Tascosa, 21-1 n. Tascosa, top-ranked in Class AAAA, plays Borger. The No. 1 ranked Class AAA learn, Perryton, will travel to Woodward, Okla. The No. 1 Class AA teaiii, Iowa Park, K'.US after Its second straight v.-ln in a home game against Decalur. low a Park whipped liurkburnut \h- G last wt-ok. 1'oth also will be trying to uphold Its lop rajiklnj; in Class A In a match against .Shiner. Area football teams '•'••ill be Involved in some good football as well with five major high schools in the area play- Ing hosts and the Brazosixjrt Exporters taking to highway for a 7:30 p.m. battle with the Spring Branch Memorial Mustangs at Tully Stadium Saturday night. Friday's schedule Iscrowd- ed with home dales. The Angleton Wildcats, still smarting from a narrow, 12-", defeat from AAA power Ulck- Inson last weekend are on the rebound at home against I-a Porte, a .'iC-8 loser to IM- AAAA Clear Creek. Pearland Invades the newly Inaugurated confines of West Columbia Grlggs Stadium for a feature battle with Carman Bonner's rugged Roughnecks. 'Hie 'Necks embarrassed Palacios, 50-6, In their season opener last week. Sweeny, fresh !rom a fine offensive showing v,iiu,h r"- sulted In i< :)3-N victory over Pearland, hosts a huge, Houston Jesuit delegation. Ij.mbury. last week's other blr winner' with a 40-22 nod ovi.-r Huiigerford entertains Giir-.oo'i and state-ranked Al- vln, a -0-0 winner over Whar- lon last Friday, i;osls Dulles to round out tin; :,T<-:t r.v.r !. AUSTIN (AP) - Houston fans and coaches call It "the big one." Texas fans joke that the Houston teiitn will fly to Austin—without a plane. "They're goi»r, to be snorting blue ijames out of their nostrils," said Texas Coach Darrcli Royal. It has stirred more excitement in the Southwest than any game in years, probably since Texas and Oklahoma iought it out In 100.'-; (or the No. 1 national ranking. It matches Texas, perennial powerhouse In the Southwest Conference, against Houston, a large Independent school beginning to flex Its muscle. The Longhorns. unhappy with three consecutive 0-1 seasons, is rated no. 4 In the Associated Press ixjll. Houston, unranke'J In the pre-season jjoll, moved up to no. 11 alter thrashing Tulane 54-1 last week. Kickoff isat ":.':0p.n;.Satur- day in :.:•• ..orlal S' ;>d I 'J m, which sent.'. ;-.;.';! in.')«r 'J",OOU. I.; st i i'; a t e n ;ir •- lw l c e t h a t m itiii would p:iv dearly to get into thf- Ktadiirn. Houston's Cougars can explode froi.'i an/wheri; on the Held, ac tiiey sl;ov.,-i in rolling up almost 000 yi'i-'Js tot.i! off'-nse ;i;'hinst Tulan'-. The;. top Ponies Coach Tommy Cuba's importer Junior Varsity football 11 combined a sterlingdeferise v. Ith a sometimes ragged and at times a clicking offense to defeat the Spring Branch Memorial JV's. 19-C, in a game played Thursday night at Hopper Field. The Cuba men scored the first tlir.e they had possession of tin- ball taking the opening kickolf back to their own 20- yard line and marching 71 yards in nine plays with Rickey Smith, just brought up from the Storm Squad, making the last 23 yards with it nice run around left end. The try for two points was mlssi-d and the score was C-0 with H:f'2 left In the first perk. I. After several t- \ c h a n t e s THINK Don't Trust Those Slick Tires Another Week! 650 X 14 695 X 14 700 X 14 PICK YOUR SIZE 560 X 15 650 X 15 600 X 15 670 X 15 640 X 15 775 X 15 700 X 13 _ A Plus 2 0 c 80 Sale:, Tax FOR ^^ and Recapp- able Tire ARRANGED F.E.T. MOUNTING, BALANCING INCLUDED 735 X 14 775 X 14 750 X 14 650 X 13 OF THE SIZES LISTED ONE LOW PRICE NOW WE CAN RECAP YOUR... Wide Track Tire JUST INSTALLED MOLDS TO RECAP F-70 DVG-70 ONLY $ 16 95 Y I V Wt AUo Hovt Red or White Stripe - Wide Track Tires Norman's Tire Service 360 S. HWY 28S RHONE 265-5752 CLUTE, TEXAS through fumbles and intercepted passes, the exporters took over on Memorial's -19 and started a drive that sav. Tommy Day plunge the final yard to make It. 12-0, with 2:07 left in the first hul:, as the try for two again failed. Bra?.osport fu:iibled the ball away seven times during the contest, and Memorial took one of them on the i-Jxporter 3D and marched in six plays to make the score, 12-0, as the extra point attempt was blocked, v-lth -1:38 remaining in the third quarter. The finaltouchdowncaineon a G-1-yarii sustained drive of 10 plays v. 1th Joe I'zzel going the final two >ards to paydirt. Van Hawkins kicked the extra point v, ith 2:"0 lest in the Kame. Steve Kennedy and Handy \\ilklns handled the quarterbacking as I'z/el led the ball carriers with SB total yards on If. carries, followed by Day with 07 on 17 ttlps. Mickey Davis, Dickie Travis, Craig Sapp. Buy and Smith were outstanding on detense. Next Thursday the .'V's travel t> Sharpstown. Thursday's Fights I'OKTl.AND, Maine -Billy McChiskey, 1-'^, Hast Boston, Mass., uutpointei.l Ton;. Cm?.. 1-9, Jersii> City.N.J.. 8; Fred- dit- liutts. 1",3 1 2 Portland, uutinniiuHl Dick McCarthy, ic:i, M t-dford, Maa.s., 6; Isiilro P o r a •;. n M9, S \> r i n g : t v 1 U, Mass., outiointedSkipVeaton, 1S8, beliast, Maine. 8, The way to a man's heart through 'Botany' 500 clothes Suits f $3995 Sport Coats led the nation the past two years in offense. Paul Glpsori was ninth inthe nation In rushing last year, with l.lOOyards on 187 carries. Last we<?k he sped for 115 yar'J.s aHbr-uirh he played only about 1 }/2 quarters. Quarterbacks Ken isalley and Rusty Clark threw three touchdown passes against Tulane, two to Elmo Wright, the split end who tmmmmmmmmi PAG. 9 The Brazosport Facts, Freeport, Texas, Friday. Sept. 20. 1908 runs the 100 in 9.4 Texas, apparently stronger after three good recruiting years, also has a fine run* ner In Chris Gilbert, who carried 205 times last year for 1,019 yards, the second consecutive year he had rushed for more than 1,000 yards. Another three-year starter, quarterback BUI Bradley, and 212-pound Ted Koy and 20-1- jxjund Hinve Worstcr fill out thh bitcklifld that Longhorn fans think may bo the best since the all-conference backfield of 1952. Both teams are loaded with veterans on offense and defense, although Texas will start seven sophomores from its J%7freshmant«tm-C«U«d the tost in SWC hlstofy. "Our enthusiasm Is mount* ing every day," said Houston coach Bill Yeoman. ''Now we'ro ready to play the fool* ball ca:ne we've been wall* Inn u> play for a long time." "We're not worried about them," said Wright. "I probably want to defett Houston as much as any otM team we will face," said Long* horn linebacker and trl-cap- tain Corby Robertson. "We'W heard so much about this bunch that we're plenty keyed^up.'' "They're not going to beat us." said Gilbert. Storm Squad wins HOUSTON" - The Brazos- port Exporter Storm Squad traveled to Spring Branch Thursday night and clobbered the Memorial team by the score of 20-M. Coach Jim Davis' sophomores got on ihe Scoreboard in the first . r iv<? minutes of th« game, v.-hen Larry Jones broke for 50 yards and Tom Kisher matte It 7-0 •>, ith the conversion. In the second quarter, the young Exporters made it 14-0, alter a sustained drive, Cecilio Agnilar making the tally from five yards out and Higher again kicking. Memorial scored just be- fore the half ended to make the score M-8. A 15-yard pass play from Aguilar to Tony Watson made it 20-8, in the fourth quarter. Memorial came back to complete the scoring with a minute left in the game. Dennis Wooster, Jones, Watson, Aguilar, John Mc- Wllliams and Risher shone on offense, with Pat Vern, George Losack. McVr'llliams, David Curbello and Louis Walker starring on defense. More Sports on Page 13 SHIP-PONY COVERAGE TO BE LATE Because of an early deadline Saturday, the Exporter game with Spring Branch Memorial will not be reported in Sunday's Facts. It will instead appear Monday. The reason is that the huge, months-in-the-mak- inp annual Progress Edition, reviewing a year of Bra7x>ria County achievements, appears Sunday. The printing and delivery of this edition requires a 6 p.m. news deadline, and an 3 p.m. printing time. NBC WEEK' The new season's here-exclusively on NBC! HIGH CHAPARRAL Thundering drama of the frontier! The stars: Leif Erickson, Cameron Mitchell and Linda Cristal. MEW DAY NEW TIME IN COLOR NAME OF THE GAME a ninety-minute movie abaui thp high-powered magazine woi'id. Gene Barry. Tnny Franciosa Robert Eitad. sta; 1 . i r-TV- ssj^wssflS^' ' feWtpfH ^.c. ISifc m*,,^ m ^&i >,r?£f-:- >•'• -. '"^K 1 STAR TREK High drama that tells it like it will be- 2DD years frnm now. William Shatner, Lennard Nimoy star. Andton;or aw. r; Adam-12 R.DE motor psirtiffi it is to r-".rh i emiere of with two whose job i-Hon iirst. TONfui

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