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-A*. • » **••"• Page 8 ffifi fiSAZOSSOBf FAOf3 Oilers-Chargers Decide AFL Title In Houston Sunday PM The first American Football League championship is on ihe line Sunday in Houston when the Los Angdes Chargers challange ihe Houston Oilers for the right to the AFL throne room at ^."WO- seat Jeppesen Stadium. Kick off time for the nationally televised fABC-TV) contest is set for 2:30 CST. The Chargers and Oilers split during the regular league double round robin, Houston winning 38- 2S in the first meeting at Houston, and Los Angeles taking the rematch 24-21 when the game site shifted to the L.A. Coliseum in mid-November. Coach Sid Gillman's West Coast pros captured the Western Div>. sion title with a 10-4 record, the same mark as compiled by Lou Rymkus' Oilers in sweeping to the Eastern Division crown. Only last year Rymkus was nn assistant on Gillman's staff with the Los Angeles Rams. Rymkus, in his first year as a head coach, now finds himself attempting *o win the biggest game of his briof career against his ex-boss. Gillman holds an edge over his former line coach by virtue of a 22-13 victory during the exhibition season. The game at Houston wil offer three of the AFL's top ground gainers plus the top thrower in the league. Los Angeles halfback Paul Lowe was the number two rusher behind the Dallas Texans' Abner Haynes, while Houston will put up heralded Billy Cannon (3rd) and All-League fullback Dave Smith. The Chargers offset this edge in rushing leaders with quarterback Jack Kemp, who finished at the top of the list among AFL passers by throwing lor more than 3,000 yards and completing 5L8 percent of his tosses. The presence of Kemp, Lowe and Smith means that the game will show three-quarters of the AU^League offensive' backfield, Haynes being the only member missing. In all, Houston and Los Angeles put 15 players on the 44- man A1KAFL squad which listed first and second team offenses and defenses. 'Though the Chargers own the king of AFL chunkers in Kemp, the Oilers' George Bianda and Jacky Lee will be throwing at a corps of receivers rated the league's best. Houston placed three men in the top ten receivers, the only club with more than two. Ace receiver Bill Groman, who led the league in yardage receiving with 1473 yards on 72 catches, will be the game's spotlighted pass catcher. The All-AFL end is accompanied on Houston's first ranked pass offense by old pro John Carson, who finished ninth in AFL receiving with 45 catches and 604 yards, and fleet flanker back Charlie Hennigan, who dead' locked for tenth with 44 receptions and 722 yards. Players of the two championship game squads will split the gate receipts, .60 percent divided among the winners and 40 percent distributed among the losers. With all enclosed seats and b-ix seats already sold, only the $5 reserved grandstand and 2.50 end- zones are available. Sports HOUSTON — AH National Leaguo managers will attend the Houston Sports Association's first major league baseball dinner at the Shamrock- Hilton Hotel Tuesday, January 10, General Chairman Jimmy Delmar announced Tuesday. Alvin Dark, newly appointed manager of ihe San Francisco Giants, Freddy Hutchinson of Cincinnati and Gene Mauch of Philadelphia have accepted invitations to attend the Houston dinner which will kick off ihe annual hoi stove league banquet circuit around ihe country. The Chicago dinner follows on January 15 and ihe Milwaukee dinner January 22. Previously Danny Murtaugh of Pittsburgh, Chuck Dressen of Milwaukee, Solly Hemus of Si. Louis and Walter Alston of Los Angeles had accepted invitations. When ihe Chicago Cubs name iheir manager he will be invited. Bfasosport and Brazoria ^ Sun., JanuarJIi, Ring In HOUSTON READY TO START WORLD'S FIRST DOMED STADIUM height sufficient to cover tha Shamrock Hilton. It for maior tpjuma riaenhnll R9Q1O <?««. ^..At..it «,W«w i b S broken m mid-January for the world's first ISIir m •» v' dome -j°vered snorts stadium in Houston. The l«SrfT? ri 1 J >e »t re< iH?i] ) ?, Ha F s Coxmt 3 r on a 230-ncre tract of 4Slf ^!fi sout - h £ 01d ?P anlsh T rail m(A ™y betw ««n S. Main Street and Fanmn Street (extended). The site is five miles from downtown Houston and a mile south of the Shamrock Hilton SSiri» ne y 1H ; usto » freeway. system mil make the stadium readily accessibla to out-of-town fans. stadium, costing $15,000,000, will be covered with a trans- Jly MAKV SCHNEIDER AP Sports Writer College football will ring out II old year nnd bring in the nc this weekend with the tradition! post season bowl gnmes. Th Gntor Bowl starts off the actlo Saturday with Florida nnd ria lor in Jacksonville, Fin. The MI Monday they'll play the fm ilg ones, the Rose Bowl, Grans Bowl, Cotton Bowl nnd S u g a Bowl. The nation's newly orownec „. plas «? grass growth. , Permittin dome will ,, - g sunlight to enter and facilitate be approximately 200 feet high, a . ** footba " and unusual ramp arrangement will permit easy access to all scats wherever they may be located. Architects and engineers ara trying to find all possible short juts to have tha County Stadium ready for the opening of th. 1962 National Lea B ue season in Houston in April, 19627 Dow Recreation BASKETBALL PRE-SEASON TOUKXEV FINAL STANDINGS Team ,y j, Pct Nlghthawks Hotshots Old Folks Purchasing Researchers MEN'S VOLLEVBALL LEAGUE CURRENT STANDINGS Team \y j. 1000 750 250 230 253 Reluctant Dragons 4 6 . Research Center 2 1 Mag 1 22 Rebels :> 2 Ag Research 0 - 2 Glycerine Q 3 BOWLKG NIGHTHAWK LEAGUE S Team Standings W Mavericks a Straps 41 Mamous 40 Flnslammen 331 tHP 33' Trai'lc 32 ret. 1000 6ST 500 500 000 000 I. 19 24 •»!i 31 32 Sports V1-V2 Glycol Gutterats Mamous Seraps Mavericks Hlgn Team Game rne, 1 """'"*''" Wood Strachn nOJONO SESSION December 39, 19SO (Top 10 Flnlslwrs) Players L. L. Cobb O. J. Mayes J. L. Finley Bill Allen K. L. Darby Paul Roberts H. L. McAdams W. W. Ahrons M. M. Payne S. C. Lee W. \V. Huber Brazosport Bowling News LADIES SCBATCH. T.UiTON L\X VUXAGE Team Standings W I. Hull Pest Control 33 14 Three Hits 32 20 Ross Shoes Stores 23 23 Cheerios 24& 27V- Dead Beats 16'S 35y" Strikes Ic Spares 16 36 * Hlga Individual Game Maryetta Craig 219 Margie Brown 213 Gyp&le Rose 200 High Individual Series Maryetta Craig £27 Margie Brown 524 Gypsie Hose i-07 TABi'ON Ei.X MEN'S LEAGCE Team Standings W 14 Lake Appliance Co. 43 20 Mnddox Materials Co. 46 22 Sellers-Harbour Ins. Agcy. 35 28 Stafr Corporation 33 35 Sanitary Dairies 30 33 Tapp'p 31 37 Cobb Plumbing Co. 28 40 Freeport Business Men 20 44 High Team Game Cobb Plumbing Co. 900. Pocket emits Maddox Material Co, 871 hcrevvballs Cobb Plumbing Co. 873 aall Bearers High Individual Game 'Gutter striker Gene Dunn ; 17 W. Ward 227 L. O. Deere 209 EARLY BIRD LEAIil'E Team Standing* ISimco Lumber Co. 'Four Pins Ten Pins Two Pins High Team Game Four Pins Two Pins Four Pins HUh Individual Game James Procloi June Proctor & Edwin Devore Linda Frey ST. THOMAS METHODIST LEAGUE Team Standings The Four Mac's Sin Susters Pin Twislors The Four Squares High Team Game Four Squares 31n Busters Pin Twjstors Hlth Individual Game Jimmy McKr.ight Adrian KishUinger Jimmy McKnlTht ST. MAItys LKAGCE Team blandlu;i . : Fannies Dress Shop Flamingo' Spare-rows Penguins IlaUraark Homes Ivy League Pin Downs W.O.W.'s Woodpecker! Parakeets Cranes Hummingbird! Cardinals Nightengale! Blue Birds 4 Chicks 40 '.J 13H 37 .•H 34 33 31 27 2ii lUgb Team Game Cardinals Woodpeckers High Individual Game • Nix Heathcock Keathlcy Done Diddit Untouchables Pin Pickers Unholy Four Iltgh Team name Pocket Splits Unholy Four Gutter Strikes Iligli Individual Game—Men Lloyd Oldham Johnny Gjrouard Lee Koy Gautroaux Hilh Individual Game—Women Lyra Dunn 211-134 Theo Layton J69 Lorraine Luycx us BKAZOSI'OBT JIMOB LEAGUE Team standings YANKSES %K£ Tf/S M 4o yef MTT£ft, tt& 2or/f W//J of THAT CtfARMSP CIRCLE. , DARLetie fiARP 16 NEtf e/t's sususcfiA 70 /t£AL£ FRASEK. PEArtB eSMAM TAK£5 U.S. TJ W//I POT/! PRlTIZfi AHP (J.5. R£At.* FOOTBALL NATlOtiAt, 1.SAGUE To ADP ffeW YORK AVP tfoU&TOd ? SWITCH TO /HtMEflF>OlJ£ -$T. PAUL, To Ae>e> /? FiAYe S9 wiures AS. P/ftiAPELP/ilA JOE BSt-LMo SCORES y Tf'S- PHRMS raett? p/ftzr #0x10 seff/es riri,s Exporters Take Consolation In Galvestion Tourney Play Galveston's Ball High School Tornadoes won their own basketball tournament held at Galveston Thursday and Friday by defeating Galena Park's Yel- lowjackets 39-38. Brazosport Exporters won the consolation trophy in the tournament by defeating the Smiley Eagles 57 to 33 in a game play, ed at 6:30 p.m. last night. Halftime score in the Brazos ?ort-Smiiey game was Brazos?ort leading 34 to 17. Scoring :or Exporters were: Walker, 5; Prince, 6; Beene, 3; Canavan, G; Nicholson, 4; Carrell, 14; Pruitt, 9 and Horton 6. Brewer was high scorer for Smiley with first round games 11 points. In the Thursday, Galena Park won over La Marque 64-30; South Houston defeated Brazosport 3-39; Ball High von uver imiley 56 to 44 and Pa.«dena defeated South Park 37- ' ^. In second round games, Bra- osoort won over La Marque 8 to 52, Smiley defeated South South Park won seventh plac by winning over La Marqu 39 to 35. Galena Park defeated Sout Houston 28 to 27 and Pasaden was defeated by Ball to piac Ball and Galena Park in th finals. In the Brazosport-La Marqu gama played earlier Fridaj Bob Walker was high score with 14 points Tor the local five Pruitt scored 11 points whil Cnnavan scored 10. Brazospor was leading at halftime 35-23. All tournament team selected by th-a coaches at the tourna ment included: Fnin of Galent Park, Johnson of South Hous ton, Howard of Galveston, Wai ker of Brazosport and Pickem, of Pasadena. The Exporters go into dis trict play Tuesday night when they travel to Galena Park to meet the Yellowjackets. The Exporters season record now stands at 17 wins in 19 games Thursday night the Baytown Ganders come to Brazosport for Beaumont 41 to 38. | a district game. Sports in Brief By AssocisUd Prou Harry Tompkint, once _ Mew York dud. wrangler and now from Dublin. Tex., was named Icing of Ihe bull rider«. NEW ORLEANS—The Uni- j versity of Southwestern Louisiana won its bayou holiday classic basketball tournament last night with a 77 to 75 win over Kentucky Wesleyan. niiric? , i, . McMurray College of Texas , ^Af-All-Amenca tack- took third place with an 88 toj Bob LUly of Texas Christian 65 win over Southeastern Loui-' £aid ' ast night that he has sign- siana. ed a contract with tha Dallas In the consolation, McMurry dropped in 58.3 per cent of their shots. Toby Burkhart and Lance Stevens each had 19 points. DALLAS— Trinity Oniver siiy is champion of the Cotton Bowl college basketball tournament at Dallas to ihe surprise of Southwest Texas Stale. The Tigers first beat Southwest Texas, Ihe defending champion and national small college king, 64 to 61 io reach ibe finals. Then Trinity ran over Arlington State, another surprise visitor io ihe finals, 68 to 49 for ihe tiile last night. Tom McNeely led Trinity io its prized triumph wilh 21 points as ihe Tigers roiled to iheir ninth straight victory of ibe season. Cowboys of the National Foot ball League. Lilly said he chos? the Cowboys because, "1 liked their coaching, they made me a good offer and they said they would help me get an off-season job." HARD TO COME BY GLENDORA. Calif. (AP — Rose Bowl looiball tickets are bard io coma by, but it didn't make any difference io 10-monih-old Terri Lynne Seiierland of Glendora. California. She ale OB* of ibe family ducats. However. Rose Bowl officials say they will replace it. Jan 25th Set for Houston's Solden Gloves Sponsorships for the 25th an mini Houston Regional G o 1 d en Gloves Boxing Tournament are being sold by 75 members of the Houston Downtown Exchange Club, Weldon Smith, gener til chairman of the event, said yesterday. The tournament, scheduled to start its four-day run on Jan. 55 in the Houston Coliseum, is sponsored jointly by the Exchange Club and the Gulf Coast Amateur Athletic Union. "We have already sold over 70 sponsorships at $100 each," A. W. (Morris) Banta, chairman ot the ticket committee, said, "but ve have a long way to go. We sold about 150 sponsorships last year and I see no reason why ve can't exceed that total this year. Public sale of the tickets will tart on January 16 in Bond Clothiers at 811 Main Street, Telephone Number CA 2-2431. 'A sponsorship," Banta saH, 'includes 10 ringside tickets for ill four nights, a parking permit or one car for all four nights, a isting in all the programs, ami listing on the sponsors bulletin oard which will be located in Jie Coliseum Lobby all four ights." Banta pointed out that tl 3owntown Exchange Club and t ulf Coast A.A.U. use the or eeds from this tournament lake Houston a better place hich to live. The Exchange Clu Santa said, uses its share of tl loney to help defray expenses < s Community House which Dcated at 2210 Houston Avcnu The Community House wa eveloped as a pre-school nur cry in order to teach children _ lUn American and Anglo-Amer n backgrounds how to spea etter English. The program e Community House now in udes a full scouting program, ompletely staffed summer re eational program, a citizenshi rogram for adults, as well n 3Untless other planned activi es. The Gulf Coast A.A.U. uses a its proceeds to develop young ers in this area for amateu oxing. Most of the work is don volunteer workers, but th ulf Coast A.A.U. must buy a the boxing equipment, incluc ; the ring. Boxing clubs which have a 1 ready been started by the Gul Coast A.A.U. in this area num ber over 20 "We of the Downtown Exchang' dub and the Gulf Coast A.A.U appreciate the business men o Houston and this area in aiding us in this gigantic project," Smith said. "It is a huge undertaking and without the businessmen helping us we would not be nearly as successful." Old Timer* Ni«ht Hawlu Oatl»rrati Alley Uals 61S, iViM Cuts 617J.\nscls 611 lllsh aid Timer!, 203 I Old Timers W 15 17 . i IS'i ! 130 'ri BAPTIST t'llUItCII LEAGl'K Team Standings W 1. Paws _' Striken 31 ..i Cares 28 file Pins 23 ]RMl Line Fives Strikes ft Spares Hisb Team Game Hja. South Paws Who Cares Wl» Cares High Individual Game—Men Leo Morgan Tom Shivers Ear) Turner lilxb Individual Game—Women Lgrene Turner Ctanmie Day Bebecca Scott . BIlAZOSI'OItT BAM AM I.ICAdt'K Team standing* IV L V. Vickcra s,-r. su. 22 M : Weak* Auto Ser. 21 15 Old TII: ili^b Individual Game Belty JCayior Rusty itavj.i Bobby ItcClearly 24 18 IS 13 .. .. , , 5S4 H4i I 931 KM ba:i Big Clear Creek Wins Two Games From Sweeny Cagers Pin Uod^ers 29 Bradley & P.ospke ::hcrry Pickers •"-3 Kennedy Special <M> o'Ban.ion Pipper 575 ilrikcni I' Ilsflts 193j'Jlover & Warne 1'S | Itamblers Ivd I Jwann's Hardware Umith's Gro-Wards ''.f! Illjii Team '•'.'Pin Dod 3 e.» W a 41 40 219 217 206 33 'A ^31 37 V7 32 32 31 37 28 40 27 41 24« 43V 18 43 "ennedy o^scial &1S lll.-U Individual Gam. U K. Speed m Bert Kennedy 202 Laura Clark 801 Sweeny's Bulldogs set their season record to nine wins and eight losses last night at Clear Creek where they were defeated by the Clear Creek aggregation 71 to 55. Clear Creek led all the way. The halftime score was 32-23. Dickie Hastings was high point man for the Bulldogs with 24 points and Larry Harvey and Tubby Meador tied with 10 points each. Doty was high scorer lor Clear Creek with 26 points. Launday scored 17. In the B game, Sweeny lost to Clear Creek by the score of 44 to 35. Sweeny was trailing at halftime 21-15. Clyde Naw- was high scoter io ittve Sweeny B team with 10 points Maurd was high for Clear Creek B cagers with 12 points. Sweeny meets Needville at Sweeny Tuesday night. LAUREL, Miss.—Mississippi | Southern needed an overtime to' capture the Laurel, Miss., invi- ational basketball tournament i .itle last night 77 to 78 over East Tennessee State. Third place w^nt to Davidson, a 72 to 59 winner over forth Texas State. Bill McLaughliii led North; Texas State with 19 points. j DALLAS— The professional: rodeo world hailed a new, champion in one division today. And til* moment of decision neued for conteitanls for crowns in three other; events and the all-round title. 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(F.O.B. our yard) $9 95 'A' Hardboard 4 x 8-Sheet $1 73 sboiit our ctnpleti stick it USED LUMBER: 2x4x8' Yellow Pine Studs, each M C 1 x 8 Fir Decking, 1900 feet (y) . , $55 nn 1 x 6 Yellow Pine Siding, Pattern #105, running loot . 4c 1 x 4 and 1 x 12 rough cedar boards and bats 100 board feet $11.00 COMPLETE 3-PIECE BATH SET: y Cast Iron Tub (or Steel), Com mode and Seat, China Lavatory and all trim to floor $99.50 OlSHAN DEMOLISHING CO. 2600 Canil CA 5-5551 Houston, Teiai Open Daily: 7:30-5:30 7:301-<K) of nnllonnl chnmp lends nn drrny icnms Into Mi ity. The Gop.. ton in tho Haie . Cnlif. Minnesota,' pimps nnd lost season, Is the < the BlR-10 Confi ton, wllli n lories nnd one In the BlR-S Con Minnesota's W Is defense, n Rl, :lmrginR lino hen cnn Biuird Tom jophcrs have tL Stephens docs the' md passing, nndj i good part ( Schlorcdt nnd irobnbly share or Washlnqton, 'cppliig George Don McKcta ivl move the bull al The hunch Is t vlll win. In the OrnnRO nn., Navy nnd tissouri. The i ;amcs and lost le season, so ill lissouri's record cd to 10 victorio: Kcausc of a Jo Tlie Navy lias lack Joe Bollin nest bricks to ru on in many a ; nds some way uarterback Hal innblc passrr. a latalavagc a s I Mi" 01 ' 1 )n ,«I v e „ I, rtctlv liny 'shlrtf? n j n Mdon.i Itch ' "iR-il ,i'H the ler in ishlnii o vie- k • prize tHd Stic. | by Amor- icn Ihe Sandy :, ? acklng * Bob will dutbs nnd I nil.'t to V Wngton ;l Miami, B( 10 play Mifiic.s >n -line .. . during [Mis irl. Rut llor s chan- ind losses, Jt b Knasns. •Am on hall- the Oil' 0( [ncp <> Rricl- ir. 1 Missouri stoi ng Him, !po< r Is u fu ack Joe m to pick m , run all day. Donnlo Smith, West nnd Norrls Stevenson n trio of talented runners. Thi selection - Missouri. In the Cotton Bowl In Dalia* it will bo Arkansas, the king O j the Southwest Conference "Rnlnst Btikc oJ the Atlanl Coast Conference. Arkansas iv.in eight nnd lost two, Duke won seven nnd lost three. Arkansas Is Ihe lightweight team of nil bo-,vl clubs. Nobody on the starlit team weighs over 200 pou n ,|,, The Rnzorbaeks prefer running tc nasslnjr, with Unco Alworth 'th» number one ball carrier. Whcr, Arkansas docs pass, George Me- Klnncy does the pitching, usunliv to cither end Jimmy Collier • Alworth. Duko Is expected to try to be.il Arknnsns with an aerial assault Quarterback t»n Altmnn had a good record of completions dur- I'B the season, nnd lonely end rce Moorman was his chief tar. get. Arkansas Is the choice. The Sugar Bowl In New Orleans vill match Mississippi against Rice. Olc Miss Is the Southeastern Conference champion, aifl compiled n record of nine vie? orlcs nnd one tie during the sci- •wn. nice, of the Southwest Con- erence, won seven nnd lost three. Mississippi's shining star Is <ts \ll-Arncrlcu quarterback Jake Gibbs. He completed better than w) percent of his passes during he season. Halfback Bobby Crcs- )ino was a favorite target. Th* >ig man on rushing is fullback Jim Anderson. He wasn't throw.* r ground y.ml.igf. ( ur „ ]oss all sea'son! Missouri l,x> liasjnn il-Amerl- The four major bowl game? in, part Danny Lara s (cats have boen ac mplished i defense. Ivt-auso Mi -ouri bss- ally is n miuiing It in. And e Tigers have the i: itcrial to J"- "w«l &U1IIU> Monday can be viewed on television. The Sugar Bowl and Roae Bowl will be on NBC-TV and the Cotton Bowl and the Orange Bowl will be on CBS-TV. . * If you now en; invisibl first tir Bifocal ! ST.. .BIFOCAL CT LENSES for me!" jcr bifocal glasses, you may ?}the many benefits of tiny, Contact lenses. Now ... for the e . . TSO is fitting iJntact Lenses. -,,,--_ _ Bifocal Contact Lenses |ycn our own laboratory are being o^Jeed after years of research, developrpei.t and testing with actual patients|pnsult a competent T S 0 Doctor o| )ptometry about PATIENT- TESTELflifocal Contact Lenses. SPECI/d INTRODUCTORY PRICE Invis ba CONTACT LENSES 30 complete ^iig examination and fitting. 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