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PA6I I Irfttorlal—Adv.—II 3.3811—etmlflt4—M M411 V. K t»t »**ft«*MHHT »***« IRAZOSPORT AND IRAZORIA COUNTY, TIXAJ, PRI., MPflMHR 7, Ml BRAZOSPORTS 87 GEOBGE FERGUSON FACTS SPORTS EDITOR Houston Milby Hish's ([ridden come to Hopper Field here Saturday night for n 7 p.m. scrimmaRe with the Brazosport Exporters. .fodtball fans and parents offsions found in research conducted T" 6 clasn ~ wilh pach toHn1 gridiron players have a goldenjon a nation-wide basis in second-joperating periodically on offense opportunity now to get a pointUry schools in which it was noted a ™' Defense — should Rive the coaches of the respective teams some vital information with which to prepare for season openers a not allowed to begin practice be- 1 Dr. L. S. Richardson, superln-1 week from toclav tote certain dates—usually two tojtcndent of the Brazosport schools.) Brazosport has been picked to three weeks prior to the team'sjsaid that he does not "believe the! finish anywhere from first to sec- Ships Meet Tough Milby In Scrimmage across to football league officials, i that honor students tend to par' Southwest Conferpncr, college I ticipate In more extra curricular and schoolboy football players are;activities than do failing; pupils." first game of the season. j study results are entirely conclu- This short time must IIP used by isive." He believes that several flw coaches to prepare the team to | years of study would be necessary meet tough competition at the,(or the findings to be entirely con- very beginning. In most cases, a I elusive. coach must win to keep his phi "It would be difficult to say," and the players want to win to get'Richardson continued, "how much desired recognition. .more would he achieved by the But the recent outbreak of in- j students, it any, if they had not juries and deaths of players in j participated in the non-school sc- early stages of training points out «•"«-- •' how a couple of weeks additional conditioning of players would be ond in the District 12-AAAA title chase and Milby is favored to win the east zone of District 9- AAAA. Gore stated that statistics showi no apparent ill affects over the beneficial. j whole school year. There could be As it is now, players put on foot-j some, according to Gore, over the ball pads and start hitting in the i four or five weeks that was ques hot August temperatures. In most|tioned. cases, the players are fresh fromf School Trustee George Lunsford working and living in our modern: pointed out. however, that the late aJr-conditioned surroundings. The j show on television could have the player finds the football practice;same affects on the students, field and actions there a lot dif-| ferent from the air-conditioned i j oe B. Bynum of 1217 Second den at home. j Street in Chile is "feeling poorly" Rules should be changed to al-; these days. Joe won first place in low the player to at least be issued i the heat and finals of the Inter- football shoes, shorts and T shirts national Motor Cycle Scrambles in and go to the grid practice area and work for a couple o' weeks, gradually working more each day. If this could happen, by' the time the player put on the pads and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico last Sunday. But he is not unhappy about winning the big shiny trophy. He made the trip to Neuvo Laredo on started pounding, he would per- his motor cycle. And was return- haps be in a better condition. injg home Tuesday and was only It would be worth a try if it i three blocks from his home in Exporter fans who are imablfl to attend the Exporter-Houston Milby scrimmage at Hopper Field Saturday nlftM will have, an opportunity to nee a film of the game according to Exporter coach Harden Cooper. Cooper *ald he would *how the film and make comment* a* It I* being shown at the Hr*t Bra- zosport Quarterback Club meeting of the season Monday night at the Brazosport Senior High School Cafetorlum. The public I* Invited to attend tht* Quarterback Club meeting. Cooper will also Introduce the Exporter varsity player* at th» meeting. •Tank Sampson, president of the Quarterback Club, Mid that In addition to the film and Introduction of player*, the club would make flnal plan* for the 1MJ membership drive and also elect a new *ecretary-treasnrer to replace John Hazard, a former Freeport banker who moved to Houston recently. SHIP GUARD PAUL H. HOWARD Will See Action Saturday Night saved one boy from being injured—not counting a death like the one that saddened Hayden Fry and the griddera at SMU. H. J. Gore, director of Research . activities. This snWy was made at the re- mis will be the Exporters' first his two-wheel vehicle since beginning riding the machine in 1952. He received lacerations on the for the Brazosport School System, 'ace, was taken to a local hospital and a representative ot Dow j and released after several stitches Chemical Company have recently'' 0 bis nose - J°« says the hospital reported results of a study made j released him to "suffer at home." of students engaged in non-school I How doe s he feel about the situation? "I am feeling poorly," he ;said, "but I will live." He will quest of the Brazosport Schools' j ride again. He is scheduled to par- Clute when his cycle collided with (scrimmage of the year and the an automobile. j only one the team will be allowed It was Joe's first accident on| under a new University Inter scholastic league rule which went into effect Sept. 1. "The scrimmage thould allow us to discover where we need to work next week." said Exporter coach Harden Cooper. "It will allow us to make certain decisions on key personnel, too." Cooper's team meets Port Neches next Friday night at Brazosport while r Milby tangles with Galena Park; Board of Directors as a direct re-i nc 'P a ' e in the Southwest andj' n " le ' r season opener. i suit o£ a Lake Jackson PTA organ-!State Champ Enduro at Austin on! Th* Exporters will be without Oilers Keep Frailer, On TV Sunday Facts Writers Join Football i Opening Today Schoolboy football begin* In Rookie Roberts Smashes Double .45s Win Again Over Bucs And Fart* be on the to bring you the exciting play-by-play detail* In the Sim- the nren tonight, flpnrf* writer* nil) HOUSTON (AP)-Witli two out in the bottom of the ninth inning, rookie Dave Roberta lowered the skull and crossbones at Colt Sta- dav Fact, apart. »erHon. j dil ™ Thursday night with his first Fart, writer, and photogr*-1 mR - 1or ] '**" f hl1 ' ' He slashed a two-run pinch double that yanked th» Houston Colls past the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-.1, for an uphill sweep of the teams' two final games against »ach other in 1962. I-ast spring Robert* was gtntck in the faca by a pitch thrown by a Houston farmhand. H« lost all his teeth and for 24 hours hit condition wa» listed orlHcal. He recovered to hit .322 at Oklahoma City and earn a promotion to the varsity. Tht Goltg pulled him off R plane for Indianapolis Wednesday morning, and rerouted him to Houston. The wiry flint bateman-mit- fielder in 28, and unHl now h« wan considered nt best a journey-1 man. But the Colt* are ready to| give him a hard look, at least aft-1 T last nighl'si clutch perform-1 phrrft who will he coverini gnme* tonight and Saturday Include: FRIDAY N1OHT Angleton at ta Marque—writ er: Billy Richardson. Photographer Carroll Matlock. 8 w B f n y at Oanaito—writer: fleorge Fergiimn. Photographer: Red Johnson. Holing at Went Columbia— writer: Jim Flnley. Phntofra pher: Bill William*. Danbury at Somervllle and Bay City at Alvln—Fact. Sport* New*. Service writer*. SATURDAY NIGHT Houston Milby at Brnzoftpnrt (scrimmage) —writer: George Fergnnon. William*. Photographer: Bill Fact* Sport* News Service I Houston's defending American i Football League champion Oilers j open the 1962 AFT, grid campaign (against the Buffalo Bills at Buf-i N>w Tork ifaln <SinHnv : Minnfsota ,iaio sunaay. |U> , Anitu I The game will be televised overi D " rol < j Houston's Channel 13 beginning atlS!S!£« 12 noon. • jruvetami Angleton fans will have cial interest in Oiler games this ! wmMnjto n • Tha Associated AMERICAN Won IM . 83 59 ra si w 72 75 \74 7S aw Pel. Krhlnit .595 .563 ' J .553 4(4 .518 .511 ,<93 .47« .471 .447 .385 FULLBACK MACK PARKER Ready For Big Season Ization raising a question before'Nov. 11. the end of the last school year' A "er the crash, before the ex- about Littlt League baseball pro-i le nt of his injuries were known, gram affecting the players' aca-j joe was mostly concerned about Uie sen-ices of 172-pound senior guard Mik« Mason Saturday night, the only Ship on Hit sidelines as ot Ttiursaay. Mason nas ! season since rookie Charles Fraz- ;ier. a former Marshall High School j graduate and Texas Southern Uni| versify track star, appears to have won a place on the Houston rosier. Frazier, playing (he split end position, survived the final cut Tuesday as coach Frank "Pop" Ivy trimmed his squad do\vn to the 53-Ola.ver limit prior to Ui* start SV4 10* 13 15H IK 19 It 28 Mi ance. | first run In The Colts wore behind .1-1 as j Temple with th« fourth—ncorM a naorldo* fly t« they went to hut in the bottom i right. of the ninth. i 'Hie runner* hold tight when Hal Johnny Tempi* dumped his Smith filed to short editor, third hit 9f lh« night Into short Thnn Roberts stepped tip hut. center and it went for a double fli Bill Virrion tried for » knee- high ontoh nnd could not hold it. Norm Larker walked and Joey Amalfltnno ran for him. At that point El my Fncn ting for J. C. Hnrtman and Faco'« first pitch int» left iW1t«r. For several uncoiid* Rohorti just stood (here, awed by thu commotion he caused driving In two rn- ninn to win. His hit extended tht placed Tom Stui'divant and Jim j now Houston winning streak to Pendleton greeted him with a bunt single. That gave the Colts a full house with none out and Bob Aspro- monl»—who singled In the Colts' three, and handed HIP victory (a the Rev. Russ Kemmerer, whd had pitched the ninth and r«tir»() the Pirates In ord»». Faot wai lh» loser. |-a_ver m of league action. While the Oilers were posting ,|{K! ,1 demic performances. ,'tne big trophy he was returning Jan infected toe and' Cooper said The results of the study showed! home. It was wrapped in a pairiit might be necessary to remove that "although the study has sev-;of blue jeans in the saddle bags of j the toe nail, eral limitations, it appears that (the motor cycle: The trophy was I This will be many of the local non-school activities (such as!not broken. :fans'first elimnw nf tLvvlv,rt n ^"n~'r"~"- •" """" and one touchdown. Little League baseball, Boy i The Scramble, were nin over; ers \his se f^rL Sht ±£ " Comm.ssioner F o r d j^ yarig Scouts) do not materially affect j r °"gh ground with about 175 riders {sessions each day ha^eb^na" F " Ck ^ torpedoed Houston ' s Frazier is one of academic performances, However, 'entered in all classes. 'tended by many fans however ' pians ' or a fa " traininjf camp who gained spots on the Oiler teachers art of the opinion that! Bynum is secretary for the'this will be the local team's first'next week at Colt Stadium. roster, and is slated to see plenty performances are influenced. J Brazosport Buccaneer M o t o r inter-school competition of the) Frick ruled Thursday that play- ."^j^™^ 1 ,. 0 ", the giving to Frick Stops Colt .45 Fall Training Plan *^ , .— (.»..,...,£, n 4-1 pre-season record, Frazier HOUSTON (AP)-A decision by ™«S h t seven ^passes for 183 yards Baseball Commissioner Ford THURSDAY'S HKSKI.TS New York S, Los Angeles 5 Only game scheduled. TOIIAVS GAMRS Boston (Conley 13-121 at New York i Stafford 12-81, night Los Angeles iGrba 7-J) at Baltimore iPappas 17-8*. night Kansas Clly iPena 3-2) M Cleveland iLatman 7-lli, night Washington iChene;- 5-8) M Chicago (Kisher 8-4t. night Minnesota (Kiat 15-121 at Detroit (Reian 9-8), night SATI-RDAVH S( IIK11I I,B Washington at Chicago rmsiuiRfiH HOI-STOW ahrhhl ahrhh Vlrdnn of SOlOWarwick rt S 0 0 Croat si A n 0 0 spangter If 40(1 stur'ant • 4. 0 2 J Temple 2* J 1 J Clenrt'on If 4121 Ijirkpr 1b Jin Burgess c .1 I11 0 bA'IMtano 0 1 fl Marshall Ik 4 0 0 H Pendleton rf 4 I 1 Hnak 3b 4120 Aspr'nh) 3b .101 Wxer'skl 3h 3 11 0 Smith c 301 Ooss rt 3000 Hartman at > 0 I) Fare a 0000 ^Roberts 101 Johnson p 300 aGoodman 100 Kem'rer » 000 Tetals .14 * I 3 Totals 1* 4 1 a—Grounded nut for Johnson In Rlh >--Ran (or Larker in 9th. e-Doubled fo /artman In 9th. Pittsburgh KH on) III Houston om 100 Old—< E—Smith, Vlrdon. PO-A—Pittsburgh (two out when winning run scored) Houston 27-8. DP—sturdlvant. Oroat am Marshall; Hoak and Marshall: Smith ant Aspromonte: Maieroski, Groat and Mar shall. 1J3B -Pittsburgh 7. Houston 5. 28—Clendenon. Temple. HR—Clendenon SF"—Aspromonte. HBP—By Johnson (Goisi; ftt Slunfl manl (Larker). IT—Secory. Venxon, Pr>-er Donatelll. T—2:25. A-S,19S. "This study confirms NEW CAR L 0 A N S TERMS UP TO MONTHS THE FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK conclu-jCyc 16 dub. an organization with about 20 members, formed in 1955. Giants Win Again By MIKE RATHET Associated Press SPorta Writer their 1961 squad. regular itarteri. Milby was 111 for the season last year and the team has been picked In pre-season polls to take tht east zone championship in District 9. The I district in split into zones since outs until the end of baseball season. Twenty of the 56 players invited to the camp are indexed for 1963 delivery. The Colts canceled the clinic, which was to have run from Sept. '"ftaHanH so™ *i ti ii :t it ._ it..!- I'-wwdna | Cincinnati rookie i plttll "< r « 1 > rooKie !st LI,,,,. professional (Milwaukee Brazoria it from the this week when James j JH'.'lH"" 111 former grid star at Brazos- jc Jston Kansas City at Cleveland, night Los Angeles at Baltimore, night SII.NDAVS STHKDI;L,E Washington at Chicago (2) Boston at New York (2i Minnesota at Detroit Kansas City at Cleveland Los .IngelM at Baltimore NA1IOXAI, I.F.AGUF Won lott Pet. 91 50 .845 89 51 .836 87 55 .513 58 Icago w York .. 83 , 75 ,. n . 68 . 5e3 ,. 52 . 35 12-30, rather than limit it to their AFL' AFL - fa 75 87 m 106 .248 KK8CI.TS .589 .532 .514 .476 .379 37% M M Sweeny Tackle Mike Johnson To Miss Ganado Tilt Tonight This county is still represented 'ery well in both professional -:grid leagues with Frazier making Eag ' eS;and James Orlando Cepeda with a {30 fine for failing to run out a grounder. Thursday night Cepeda walked to first base. And Dark smiled. For Cepeda, on a hitting -am- page since he was both finea -^ i benched on Aug. 19, was walku,^ i with the bases loaded in the ninth inning, driving in the tie-breaking! 1Rav q milh ,„„„ , run that propelled second-place I SWEENY (Sp) - All things,state candidate Larry Doolen. : Columbia ward to• th. |San Francisco to a9-6 triumphi lool < A-OK for the Sweeny Bull- Doolen, the do-everything quar- Browns All over National League leading Losings tonight as they open theuerback, is one of the big reasms Angeles. . .1962 grid season at Ganado. 'for Sweeny's success the past two In the lone American League Coach Ed Waggoner reports i years. igame. the first-place New York tnat o^y junior tackle Mike Johni Yankees nipped the third-place ;Son **" miss tile non-district tilt, j 'Los Angeles Angels 6-5. (Waggoner will take a star-stud-1 ded cast to Ganado including all- The Bulldog coaching staff has rell 9-18i. night the Oiler squad in the AFL. Former area athletes playing in the National Football League are Larry Stephens, formerly of Angleton, tackle for the Los Angeles :Rams; King Hill, formerly of Brazosport. quarterback for the! Philadelphia at Milwaukee San Francisco 9. Los Angeles 8. night Only games scheduled. TODAY'S GAME* 8t LAuia (Gibson .5-11) at Cincinnati (Purkey 20-5). night Philadelphia {Short 8-8) M Mllwaukta ishaw 15-9). night New York ICralg 7-22) at Houston (Fan t Lot Angelei -lui, night 10-10) at San Francisco Chicago at San Francisco t* ^ /our four . St. Louis at Cincinnati, night of West I Pittsburgh at las Angeles, night (-n . .|New York at Houston di. day-night <_ie\eiana i KCNOAV.S SCHEOCU: art veterans in the'st. i^uis at Cincinnati : Philadelphia at Milwaukee: j New York at Houston I Pittsburgh at Los Angelea Chicago at Ban Francisco U:M»..M. SAVE ON NAPKO TUX 'n .h en «iHi t«d c FREEPORT LUMBER COMPANY 023 W. Brood || 3.525. listed the starting lineup for tonight's tilt as follows: Ends — Don Carter, 170, Bluford Hubbard, 180; tackles —Buz Battle Royal Set For Big Mat Program '' AMKKICAX ASSOCIATION "0. Galloway To Miss Opener For Columbia WEST COLUMBIA (Sp)-Cbaeh Tex Kassen'* Columbia High Roughnecks will be few in number, but strong in heart ax they open the football season tonight with a home game against visiting Boling. Earlier in the week Kassen lost i an°undefeated season but faces a and onl ° the floor - ^°th of his two senior lellermen for the re-1 rougher time this year. All of last • fept musl lou '' n lhe "nor. When mainder of the year and reported i year's starters have been moved i tne two """cstant* have been TU.._.,.... _=-,.. ^_. „ .. to me A team and Dabbs wU , te |eliminated, the remaining two will working with new faces in 1962. qualify to mett '" the main evei «o. l/Mt Pol. BekM V f* .600 . n 88 .534 91) ,.71 70 ,SZ1 11(4 .. n 74 .490 IS 7> .455 H Indianapolia .• Omaha .... Denver .... Louisville Oklahoma City Dallas-Fort Worth 58 87 .400 THI KSDAV'S OAMKH Axir-t ii-rr,K» ic, \ . M Oklahomu City 6. IndlanapolH 1 ANULETON (Sp) — A four-1 Omaha 9. Louisville ! Whitehead, 200, Charles Rhodn-;" 18 " "battle royal" plus another • D< "" er " "alias-Fort worth, postponed. berg, 197; guards — Joe Don! mat(;h between girl wrestlers will I '"" a-muAVs Lovett, 160, Clyde Newman, 180;;provide the action for Brazoria! 1 '" 1 """" " center — Bill Snead, 175; quarter- j County mat fans Saturday night! ok"a V h e ora«"ci^ back — Doolen, 170; halfbacks— at the Brazoria County Fair- Steve Kees, 170, George Friddle, i grounds Auditorium here. 165; and fullback — Bobby Long, | Cyclops, Tarzan Tyler, Duke ;Keomuka and Ivan The Terrible Sweeny and Ganado grid fans; wi " a " 8° into the ring at the can also wa(cn (jjgj,. res pective same lime fr)r the "battle royal", schools' B teams clash Saturday '. wilh the la °' lw ° survivors meet. night when the Indians make the' in S in Hie main event. trip to Sweeny. In lne battle royal, the only way Sweeny coach Kenneth Dabbs; 3 wresllpr ( ' an be eliminated Is to engineered last year's B team to l ** 'h™™ wer the top ring rope TKXA8 IJCAGUE •asl-U-t etmiflli Tulut fi, Albuqucroua 1, Tuls« wins. El Paio Pito it AusUn, poatponetf, Itadi 1-0 The game is set for 7:30 p.m.i at Buck Maniey Held. Keane Signs Contract Thursday night that E. R. Galloway would miss the Boling cracus. The Roughneck halfback will be out of action for a week with an injured aide. Galloway it a starter for the Roughnecks, both on offense and defense. Kassen named the following lineup for the Boling tilt: i Ends - David Williams, 190, Roy Anderson, 175; tackles — Henry Cloud, 210, James Marshall, 205; guards — Roscoe .„_ _ „ Sweeny, 160. Jack Hill, 170; cen- the Red Bi'rds" can't" contend^'fot ter - Bo Ringgold; quarterback the pennant next year unless they -James Couser, 155; halfbacks— la ST. LOUIS (APj Cardinals baseball manager Johnny Keane signed his 1963 contract °.^,,j Thursday for an estimated $35,000 ' Keane told a news conference Couser, Cloud and Anderson jthi« non-district tilt was Keane's first full sea> us manager. He took over the nt later that night. In the semifinal, two girl wrestlers will show why women aren't 1 called the weaker sex any-more. Judy Grable will meet Fran Gravelie in the girls match. Ann Casey won over Vicki • Adams last week and their match stole the show as far as the huge ; The girls [ are very fast and are able to ab-i :sorb terrific punishment. : i In last week's main event, Cy- 1 ; clops and The Mummy battled to Tyler won over Duke Keomuka. Bill Jessup is the fifth president of the Carolina Leacue which will act as Roughneck captains in Cardinals after the half-way mark i started in organized baseball Ini ilasl year. 119-15. THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT OF Tom Garrett's Pharmacy Formerly Locattd On Cut OH Read It New Open For Business In Thtlr New Location In Th* N*w BRAZOSPORT VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER ON LOOP ROAD NEXT TO THE NEW WEINER'S STORE Ramaiftdtr of Our Ntw Star* Will l« Mo.** A.d Op*. r.r lutlii»H With!. Th* N.xr F.w Dayi. Angleton's QB Slate Barbecue ANGLCTON CSp) —The Angleton Quarterback Club will climax its annual membership drive with a "Kick-Off Barbecue" Saturday evening at thf; high school football stadium. Quarterback Club workers, who are striving to reach a record ;oal of 500 members, will wind up [heir membership campaign on 5aturday, Pete Goodman, membership chairman, announced. Dues for club membership are K for the year, which entitles each member to two plates of barbecue at Saturday's annual dinner. Angleton football fans who have not yet obtained membership cards can get them at the barbecue. Fred Gnibb, chairman of the barbecue committee, said lerving would begin shortly after i p.m. In case of bad weather, the gvent will be moved indoors at tha high school cafeteria. : WRESTLING 8:30 p.m. SATURDAY, SEPT. 8 Brenorla County fairground!—Angltton, Ttx« BATTLE ROYAL * CYCLOPS * TARZAN TYLER * DUKI KIOMUKA * IVAN THE TERRIBLE ALL 4 WRESTLERS WILL IE IN THE RINft AT THE SAMI TIME IN THE BATHE ROYAL.THE LAST TW6 SURVIVORS MEETING IN THE MAIN EVENT. Ptatur* Match GIRL WRESTLERS: JUDY ARABLE va. FRAN tRAVETTE CONCESSIONS—BEER—PEPSI—HOT DOGS—POP CORN SAM GREEN—PROMOTER NEW-Modern Way to enjoy GRAND PRIZE Tastes^JUST RIGHT! Drinia^RIGHT, tool Glass protests &e pur* flan*. BERNIE PETERSON ANGLETON We're dealing 'tH our stocks are of every one of our 1962 Plymouths! prftN on bfwvd-tww 190! Plymouths •r* so low that w« ar< not even advertising them! OOBW see for yowself, and get a purse-pleasing surprise. Be sure to bring the car you wish to trade, because our trading allowances, right now, are more than tempting... they're downright seduotivol We're tearing old prices off the WALLS to make excellent deals for you! ROSS MOTOR CO.. INC 1824 IRAZOSPORT BLVD. FREEPORT, TBXAS

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