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i*«E6 Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511— Classified—BE 3-2611 THE BRAZOSPORT PACTS BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS. THURS.. SlfTIMBIR 4. <HT MORE PAY" PAY" " ut \E? HOME out or YOUR TAKE HOME with our LOW COST ECONOMY LOAN CASH YOU SET MONTHLY PAYMENTS $ 505.37 S 29.00 1.075.21 60.00 2,017.18 2,539.76 2,994.87 85.00 107.00 110.00 The obova loans above SI 000 includes life, Occident and health Insurance. Also loans for smaller amounts. ALLIED FINANCE 1415 HWY. 288 Phone HAROLD LINDLOFF JR. BE 3-26?4 CO. FREEPORT In Top Gome Between AAA Teems Angleton Meets Tigers By BIU/V RJCHARIISON Facts Sports Staff ANGLETON — The Angleton Wildcats open their 1962 football Wednesday, thejHurst, and halfback* DarreH Tay- office here an- lor and Jim Purdotn. Angleton fans arc reminded that able at noon school business nounced. Angleton's Wildcats have been ranked as high as fifth in the state Friday night's opening game will start at 7:30 p. m. instead of 8 season Friday night when they,in pre-seastxi polls nnd have been o'clock as originally announced. meet the LaMartnie Tigers at La-,tagged as favorites in the District .The La Marque game and the Bra- Marque. . Ill-AAA title chase. Tlie Wildcats zosport eame will have 7:30 slart- Game time for the season open-[ have IB lettermen — including i inc;~ times, while the rest will start er will he 7:30 p.m. i seven regulars — off last year's: at S p.m. A sell-out crowd of almost-1.000 state quartertinalist team that! School Business Manager K. L. Barnes announced that La Marque allotted only 295 reserved spats lor Angleton fans to Friday night's gome. Barnes said his office re- is assured for this contest between, posted a 9-2-1 record. two of the state's tcp AAA clubs. La Marque is rated right behind All reserved seats were sold out Angleton in the pre-season fore- and only a few hundred general | casts and is the title favorite in ndmission tickets were still avail-' neighboring District 12-AAA. Thejceived requests for more than 500 LOOK FOR THIS SIGN OF BIG VALUES DRIVE HERE FOR THE BEST TIRE DEALS IN TOWN FIRESTONE Tire$fbne| STORE TARPON INN VILLAGE 110 West 2nd Street FREEPORT BE 3-2608 -OPEMVERf NI6HFTItt-9:00 RM; We're Celebrating ANNIVERSARY! [Saturdays till 6 < Featuring Good OW-FasWoned Down-to-Earth PRICE! ©DtiKIti On-the-Spot U Credit... just Say "•^i? I ly ^r««t^£i22- ' Months to Pay , \}^|iu *-»•-CAR WAT Nylons Rayons 'New TiresT Used Tires .Retreads Road Hazard Guarantees 15 to 36 Months Tube-type Tubeless 13-14-15- Inch Sizes. No Money Down When You* . Trade Your Old Tire's '•'; j Every ntw Firestone tire ia GUARANTEED f 1. Agaitut defects in workman- |E khip and malen»)s for the life 1* of Ihe ordinal tread. tg 2. Against normal road hazards >g (enc«pt repairable punctures) J encountered in everyday pas- s*ne«r r ir use for Ihe numbvr ol months specified. RefiUcements prorated on tread wear and based on list prices 1 at time of sdjuslment. Enjoy the 'Voice of Firestone" on ABC-TV every Sunday Evening ... starts Sept. 3O d M show* at RrMten* Starve comp«tiiiv*ly ortad ot F'vMton* DtaUri and at all Mrvkt ftat'oni dupluylng lh« Fireston* i^a. Safety Service Balance Both Front Wheels low ft PIUJ WEIGHTS Adjust Brakes and Repack Front Wheel Bearings M* low «a Align Front End •* low •« Toriion Bar Adjuttminl Not Included COMBINATION OFFER OF ALL 3 ABOVE SERVICES ON ANY AMERICAN MADE CAR FOR AS LOW AS 9 95 Tigers are well stocked also with | tickets and is still being swanv«I 11 lettermen — including seven | regulars — off last year's top- with calls. La Marque reported it has sold 'notch team that gave Angleton a all reserved seats for the game close scare when they were dislrict and only general admission tickets rivals. are still available. The school busi- La Marque looked very impress- j ness office in Angleton has 500 ive in rolling over El Campo and general admission tickets available Ncderland in two warm-up scrim- i which are good seats, but Barnes mages. The Tigers are led by big, | said persons buying general ad- bullish Doug Lloyd, a 200-pound i mission tickets will have to get fullback, and D. Barber, a 170- to the game early lo get first pound halfback. Tackle Sidney!choice. Tlie general admission : i,o< Anunrs Worsham, 6'2", 220 pounds, and I tickets are 51 each. !s«n Fr«no«ro center Bobby Collier, 185, are the| The school office also has •JOu!pm C ,'""r«h ' front men in a sound line. 'student tickets available for Ihe sl - L™" •••' Spoiti By jim finley Tigers May Hold Key To Br'cyALRace f n.v TIIR AiwociATF.n rnrss If Ilioro is one rluh llml hnlrts Ihr koy lo llii* Amorlrnn l^nRiio prnnnnl wmmblo, liow ntviil Iho Drirnlt Timers for n rmvllri.it' 1 ? i Tin 1 TIciTJi nro nil hut nut nf (innnrlo Is Ilio sitn for Ihr K\V(v- [t | lr p|,.| nrr nnWt hill they're lint, opener Krldny nlqhl. nnd \vhriii nn( ] n l( ,y |,j, V( , n flnrk of ' I>nwr City « notch above them. Other lop loams In Ihls division nppenr to ho Jncksborn and Chll- dress. From Class B l.ozbuddir' IliRll to state-ranked AAA Cnr- Tcxns schoolboy football to a fnsl slnrl Friday nlpht with four of the stale's five divisions kicking off the 1!H>2 season, jlhesii two learns meet, feelings 1 ),, p|,, v w |||i ||,e three lonms nt Class AAA, AA, A and B get ( usually run hlsh. The Inst lw(i||| |f , tn p „„ ||, P rnrr < hrnds fw the things'moving, while -I-A Irmnsjmeetings between these leains w lre—two wllh Ihe New Yoi'f must endure another week oflhave prodtf.'ed e.xeltlng games. Yankees, six wllh the Mlnnesoln Twins nnd five with the I/* An- Reles Angels. Finishing up Ilielr season tiui«-. Foster itery over I?Jillimorp Wednr.«la\ •A UHlll.f Mil * UIIK-I »<v .»" \veek oflhave prodtti'ed - pnictlcVbefore opening on Sept.!But this year it should be nil 'RulldoRS, so make It Sweeny, as- Going Into Itie lflf>2 campaign, 85 schools will either be playing different WKnNKSHAY'S RKSl'I.TS Boston 12. K«n««» CKy 4 in a new district or n classification. , Six AAA schools moved up lo . i • „ -.,„,, . 'I-A. AAA gained 11 new mem- 5-fi. BAltimor* .0. Iwl-nicM I. ^» « j M. w«»hiniion 7J. twi-ni B hl' 1 *'n ! , 20 Oass A learns moved up a notch and 27 Class B schools were promoted lo Class A. Hum- _ , „_ .„ shire - Fanner of Ilamshlrc jump-1'™ ^W'" Bralimns 27-1.1 first irsme It Inning OhlcnRo '*. Clpvclnnd 1. nlfht Anffcle* M Np* 1 York. p«rt rntn TOHAVS CUMKS x» Anjrclrs (t'hnnc* 12-7t M New .Tern- :0-10l I.KAi;rK \vnn imt rn. i In Sugar Ijind, John Dulles hosts the high - ranking night, the Tigers took n ilnnhli Bellville Brahmas, Dulles is picked n close second to Sweeny in District 25-AA. and could give the Brahmas n real tussle. On paper, however, it looks like Bellville, so we'll take Coach Al- led from B lo A A. I Dickinson nnd West Columbia ,arc two area schools Involved in ; the switch by the University In- Itolan, Seagraves and Albany are the experts' picks to rule the roost in Class A this year. Ttclan waits until Saturday night to open her.dcr from the Orioles, 52 and R-0, with a flurry of home runs supporting the strong pitching «t Jim Running and Hank Agulrrc. The Angels-Yankees were rainnl out nt New York nnd Ihe Twiijf failed in a shot to pick up ground nn their Idle rivals. Minnesota managed no more than n, spill in two games with Washington's last- place Senators, winning the oprn- The Tigers have an all-senior lineup except for junior quarterback M. Murray. student sections. These tickets are! 50 cents each. Barnes also announced that i Angleton lias only beaten La pie can pick up their season tickets Marque one time In-their longtime rivalry and that was last year when the Wildcats used a field goal to edge the Tigers 10-S. This year's meeting figures to be just as close between the two evenly-matched powerhouses. Coach Herman Moore says his gridders may be a little slow' starting tills season because many of the players have had to learn new unfamiliar positions. Tlie Wildcats looked good in their first scrimmage against Gear Creek but they had a tough time with Conroe in a later drill. i Houston ... (Chicago iNcw York 51 55 57 6S W 75 f7 S3 V* .853 .fil.1 J1S .47fi llamlin. Sea-;er 9-7 on Vic Tower's two-run rlnu- 11- I .rime Hoth thpiwhen " iry mrot n league, uoiiii "£J Bravr _, is opr|li ,„„ ,| rfrn( ii nB ii,|p in the. HIM inning nnd then ' '[stale champion Albany tackles I losing Ihe second game 3-0 ns . .I jtraditlonally tough AA Olney, the i Washington lefl-hnnder Claude (Vs- Senior!l»sl tram to beat them. : leen fired a three-hitter. ' 'Ve'll take Hotan nver Hamlin, i Also In the At., Chlciifio clipped most i chance. OranRe s Stark High School dropped from 4-A division to AAA. and wasted no :n " n Ior « 'I»»'K upse, I lime in becoming the team pick-l 01 ™^ '" fl " m l ) A11 '"" 5 ' awrl.n.1 M and Boston , md cnHllp Knnsns Clly 12 . 4 . Colts Beat Pittsburgh Pirates 5-3 batting average to .143, which < mas n . n<1 " ra "S c '-' ™ n u< isn't impressive but It sure Is alBraz °" a County s Angleton lot better than nothing. ; ranked fifth and should fmti , The crewcut right-hander's lazy i Fri f y nishl i! !hcy ran ha!d HOUSTON, Tex. (API - Twolsingle in the seventh inning drove sr things Jim Umbricht had been home the last run in a rallying son and your guess is as good asland Houston scored over Pills )t . 'mine on that one. burgh, 5-3. Philadelphia and Ncv i In oilier area picks, Edna over,York were nnt scheduled. IJ-Sealy, Palacios over El Cnmpo,J > ,'Nrodville over Eugle I-akc. Con-| The Washington Senators star '" a! ovcr IJL Porlc Hnd Santa FV-ied the 1962 American League jovcr Hitchcock. ison with 15 new players. Tlie Wildcats tangle with Marque in LaMarque. in Coach Moore announced a prob- : f.^"?^ j or 24 ?arncj «une to him j victory over the Pirates. "The, . . ... able starting lineup that will have' Vod " c ^ 1ay . " IRht as he worked, loser was Vcrnon Law. who had; ar ™ s , to P h ", dl "!° _ _ a r ••*•••• «««nv*i*._ a t-oiirt/ ,-»;.-.» *__IT_ i -. • , i . . .-,. l rvi'i/-t\ r\n* ill a 11 the Colts five straight Lathe Donald Wanner, ITS, and Richard i - , ro "* stlnt for Houston in "-V beaten Buchta. ag; at ends Dennis Lam • >3vlctor >' °vcr PittsburRh. , times. Jim, who has shuttled between ,Ses Tie- e« are sohd picks >n Dalnc -12. bert, 170. and John Stone 220 at'., 1 "" 1 ' wno . nas shuttled between, Lefty George Brunei started for tackles: Buddy Barnctt 174 andi~ USt ? n and farm club Oklahoma]Houston but Kemmercr had to Jerry Gundy, 188, at guards-' and' y ^ S *l cason> had no «'on-loss • come on in the fourth. Wendell Becne 253 at center i 1 " 0 ™" 1 a ™ he had absolutely noi Umbricht was summr In the hackfield. 'probable Mart-! B * VCraKe Whe " he and should keep the busy. winner in this game noi Umbricht was summoned an d j could get us off on the wrong fool tookjhe set the Pirates down until hei in lhi . s ln(ant season - Bul tnere and Danny 175, at wingback. j Ail are seniors except Faickney, '• and all are lettermen except Bar- ! jjjg nett who was a B-teamcr last sea-', — son. , • The Wildcats will line up on defense with Jones, Gerry Gundy,; Beene and Buchta making up the • four-man front, with Roberts, Hef-! fernan and Jerry Gundy as the i linebackers. The corner backs will | probably be Bob Barnes and Wag-1 ner, and the halfbacks will be] Faickney and Glen Ladewig. j Jerry Farrer, who has been ill, i will iikely see some action in the line if he recuperates in time, as sin Sle- i brilliantly since being recalled i winnin S wavs He was the winning pitcher and:from Oklahoma City in mid-July l ton on '°P' ^ made him 1.000 per cent for!He just couldn't get a decision In olher arca season. And he brought his and his bat failed him completely. SPORT SHOTS By HAROLD V. RATLIFF AiMcioted Pmi Spom Writtr action - &1 - v City meet,s Alvin in a non-district tilt on the Yellow Jacket's home field. Bay City's Black Cats have lost only three games in three years and have a fine leader in quarterback Dennis Gann. Alvin has been hampered by injuries so far this year and may not be up to par by kickoH time Friday night. In a game that can go either way, depending on the health of the Yellow Jackets, we'll pick The Texas schoolboy football|five titles and tied for one „..,„-, will Wavne Warren Jerrv Dixon i'^P 3 '^' which makes "° tlaims Bridge has four championships 1 At West Columbia, the Rough rJL" \JL ™ ^. JZ 0 ^. 0 "' that it is the best but does insistjand two ties while Amarillo and,™ 0 " 5 meet Holing m a^game be- that it is the largest, moves out Stamford have four each. Stam Robert Word. Also slated for plenty of service en defense are linebackers Glenn i Smith and Jim Munson, comer backs Duane Roberts and Robert for {ortythird lime Fri day. There nevcr has been and bab1 -' ncver wiu uke j( e]sewhere ford had one of its titles taken' away from it because of an in-' just'eligible player. ! the world— a; Last season Wichita Falls, Dum- we jas, Donna and Albany won the two inexperienced clubs, hysicat condition should bo the to this one, since West Colum- is short on man power. But still like the Roughnecks chances and pick them 13-7. Dumas, Dickinson and Orange NEW GAR LOANS v ..TERMS UP TO MONTHS THE FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK . I almost 30,000 boys from more than : championhips respectively Onlv 900 schools play 4,700 games be- j Wichita Falls and Dumas are ex- r 11 Wait Until next wcck to cpcn fore 8,000,000 fans. : peeled to repeat although Albany' 6 seaf"- In the 42 years of the Texas In-jis given a fair chance : ' I" C I a s s AA another c-ounty terscholastic League gridiron campaign Abilene has won the most championships—six. But X the critics are correct In their prog- To start the season Wichita | team ' Ae Swecn y Bulldogs, also Falls, Dumas, Denver City and Rotan are rated No. 1 in the re- get a high ranking. The Bulldogs are seen as state finalists this speetive classes. Here are the top year wlth °^ y 136 ° state champ erson, 7-Highland Park, S-Dallas Bryan Adams, 9-Waeo, 10-Odessa Permian. nostications, Wichita Falls will 10 by divisions: tie it this year. Class AAAA The man who is co-holder of the! 1-Wichita Falls, 2-Corpus Christ!! record for the most champion-1 Ray, 3-Houston Lamar, 4-Pasa- ships won—Joe Golding—won't bejdena, 5-Tyler, 6-San Antonio Je«coaching this fall. He now is athletic director of Wichita Falls schools. Under him Wichita Falls won four state titles which tied the Class AAA j record of the fabulous Paul Tyson 1-Dumas 2-Carollton, 3-Orange, I at Waco in the twenties. |4-San Benito, 5-Angietcn, 6-BrownI i Chuck Moser of Abilene, Blair [wood, 7-Belton, S-McKinney, 9- Cherry of ArKarillo and Gordon' Nacogdoches, 10-Sweetwater. Wood of Stamford and Brownwood I Class AA all have three championships. i 1-Denver City, 2-Sweeny, 3- i Wichita Falls, winning cham-:Clarksville, 4-Dayton, 5-ChiIdress Ipionships in 1M1-43-50-5K1, is fa- " ~ ' ' I vored to make it six this fall. But iWaro could take over the lead if •it came through. Waco has won SAVE 20<7b OH HAPKO TUX FREEPORT LUMBER COMPANY 623 W. Iread IE 3-5254 6-Jaeksboro, 7-Re/uglo, 8-Hillsboro, 9-Bcllville, 10-Mason. This Week • in Sports AltKA FOOTBALL Friday Night Angleton at LaMarqut; Sweeny at Gnnado Danbury at 8omer\ r llle Baling at Weal Columbia Bay City at Alvin Saturday Night Mllby at Brazmport (irrimmagp) Class A 1-Rotan, 2-New Ijondan, 3-Albany 4-Dilley, 5-Louise, 6-Jelferson, 7-! ODESSA (AP) — Another at- Everman, 8-Holliday 9-Big Lahe' tem P' Io run °" sectional qualify- 10-Petersburg. , '"2 ' or the National Amateur Golf All classes except AAAA open! Tournament was net for today, play this week. Class AAA waits I Jt ha(1 lo ** Postponed Wednes- until next week to start rolling. I*"*" wht ' n a hpav y rain struck the i Odessa Country Club course. ! Twenty six players seek two Billy Bruton hit 17 home runs > places in the national tnumument. for Detroit in 1961, exceeding by I If Die course proves unplayable, five his waukee. previous high with Mil- the qualifying round probably will be moved to Midland. 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