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>A*I 8 Idtterlol—Adv.—BE 3-3511—Clmsined—BE 3-2*11 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TIXAS. SUNDAY, SEPT. 9, 194? Colts Win First Game, Tie Second HOUSTON (Sp) — The Colt .15s i City SOers and will join the Colls tted the New York Mels 5-nll in!Sunday eligible lo play in Sun- Uie last of thn eighth inning on [day's game. President Warren C. Singles hy Boh Lillls and Dave [titles gave permission for (lie re- Roberls and a sacrifice bunt by Al Spangler in the second game at a day-night doiibleheader here Saturday. The Colls won (he first game call because of an injury Saturday afternoon to Colt catcher Jim Campbell. The National League rule is that a plnyer cannot l>e recalled after The Mets went scoreless in Ihe lop of the ninth. They never pulled anything hotter than this in Brooklyn. Trailing 3-2 going into the last of the ninth, the Colt .'15s pill i^ pinch -hitler Bob I.illis on base;; with a single and ordered Johnny Temple to bunt. New York's marvelous Man 1 Throncbcrry watch- Pierce Gets 14th Win. 7-2 Houston meels the Mets final game of Ihe four - games Sept. 1 by a major leiigue club in DIP I until after the close of Ihe son-led for Ihe bunt to roll foul down 'son of Uie minor league clubs on!Ihe first base line but it SAN FRANCISCO (API-Veteran southpaw Billy Pierce hurled San Francisco lo a 7-2 win over THE ASSOCIATKD I'HESS the Chicago Cubs Saturday for his National IxMtgtm 1 W. t. Pet. O.n. ja Los Angeles 91 51 .641 — jSnn Francisco 91 51 i b Cincinnati 88 4 58 .592 7 75 H7 .528 16 73 71 .507 19 70 Milwaukee Philadelphia Houston ..... , 55 series at 4 p.m. Sunday and Boh Bruce (9-8) is the probable start- ler against New York's Craig Anderson. Catcher Merrill Ranew has been recalled {mm the Oklahoma which he is playing. Campbell had the tendons land all hands were safe. Roman Mejias came out to Ihe didn't ! Chicago .. 'New \ork 55 58 Ii7 71 75 87 52 81 35 108 .641 .615 .592 .528 .507 .48,1 .387 .364 .244 middle linger of his right hand;*ek circle to bat or rookie Dave loose in the eighth Inning of j Roberts bu Uim Harns. subbing ntnr*,* nfternnnn mm Ho for HIP still - ailing Harry Craft. the Saturday afternoon game. He will be out at least 15 days. Outdoor Observations By M. C. "NIG" RANEY a. Iv- played night games. American New York W. I,. Pet. G.B. . 85 59 .590 — Minnesota .... 82 Ix>s Angeles 80 Prtroil 72 i Chicago 73 70 70 i decided: "No, we'll bunt 'em to Jdeath." ' Then he called for Joey Anwl- | fltann. , Casey Stengel, seeing the bunt,™" y ; coming, and recognizing the I" T -] Bos . u , n 6fi dicamcnt of his pitcher Bill | Knnsas 'ciiC'" Hunter and Throneberry, brought '^^ | in Craig Anderson. • Anderson worked two strikes on lAmaUitano and Joey promptly' rolled a double play hall down the third base line to Rick Herrscber .569 .559 .511. .510 .486 .483 .465 .441 18 You will have plenty of time to fish this afternoon alter you have Visited your nearest Polio Clinic. Yes. it is lime for your second lump ot sugar containing the oral Vaccine. II is just as important . for you to have this lump as il It is away? nice !o get out \vllhi«'ho stepped on third for the force youngsters,' especially" when they'and threw Amafilano out at first. are scouts and fishing. That, under normal circumslan- | ces should have dispelled any kind 'of throat. For with two out, it as lonesome as ole' Case must bo down there in Palmer Sheafs 65 To Lead World Golf 14th triumph and the fourth si might win for the surging National League Giants. Pierce gave up 10 hits and both runs in the seven Innings he worked before giving way to a pinch hitter and reliever Bob Bolln. 22',4 Right-hander Don Cardwell 22'A throttled the Giants until two were 39V4 out in the fifth. Then San Fran- 56 l / i cisco rallied to score four nms on three hits, three walks and a costly error by shortstop Andre Rodgers, a former Giant. Harvey Kueiin walked to start the first uprising. Chuck Hiller 4V4 doubled him home and scored on Filipe Alou's single. Willie McCov- lUi ey singled Alou to third and Willie 15 Mays waked to fill the bases. Matty Alou grounded to Rodgcrs who fumbled the ball allowing a run to score and keeping the bases jammed. Ed Bailey walked, scoring another run and Fred Burdette, the second of four Cub pitchers replaced Cardwell, who left with his 15th defeat against seven victories. Jose Pagan (forced Bailey for the third out. j The Cubs scored once in the j sixth on singles by Rodgcrs, Moe Thacker and pinch hitter Billy OH Over Gctnado's B Squad Sweeny B Grodders Win 12-0 SWEENY (Sp) —The Sweeny High School B team opened their 1962 season here Saturday night by downing the Ganado second learners 12-0. Coach Kenneth Dabbs' Sweeny learn moved the ball well after laking a punt on the 47 yard line, but bogged down on the Ganado three and lost tha ball on downs. Ganado also found things tough and on fourth down dropped back to punt. Sweeny's Larry Mickey blocked the Ganado kick and recovered it In the end zone for a Bulldog score with 45 seconds left in the first quarter. The try for two points failed and the Bulldog B learners led 6-0, a score that held up until the fourth period. In the fourth quarter Pierce took a Ganado punt o n the Sweeny 40 and returned it ten yards to mid-field. From there the Sweeny loam moved the Ixill lo the Ganado 25 | In fine fashion. Sweeny fullback Roy Capps ripped up the middle for the last 25 Jdown. Perry I Once again Sunday's Probable Land owners in Ihe Trnns-Pccos : ]pfl fi ou( (lm . p „„ soro nd reason promises to be another! •_ . . „ _. , sccessful year for sportsmen.i. . ,, was for you to have Uie first, so Hcn1s r . lI1BinR the broad flats nnri l>'' msc » "" please do yourself a favor and! roUin hn , s wcs , 0 , lho PecoR M"" 1 P lacc - , ...,„,. fake time to be immunized. Go; RlVpr .,,.„ Hnimr „.„„ anA , hnllH ! Anderson intentionally passed and British Open champion Arn-jThe winners added three more early and avoid the crowd, or go late; just go. iNonii barker on Casey's and again in the seventh on a walk to Ken Hubbs and a single by Ernie Banks that sent Hubbs to AKRON, Ohio (AP)-Masiters third. He scored on a double play, nd British Open champion Arn-jThe winners added three more Casey's orders,: old Palmer matched the course i runs in the eighth, again on three Aspromonte who;record with a scintillating 31-34— hits and errors by Rodgers and Bill Killough fishes just about RS much as any of us run-oMhe-| navp 1)cpn issucd mill anglers, but Mrs. Killough 1 447 ^ pen ,, i|s be in excellent condition for the! . „ Spnt W Oct 7 bnntint* «:e-i<win I to Pttch to BOO . , , accmtliie toarea buogWs[had filed out, popped up, singled 165 Saturday in the opening round! Hubbs. ^wTteXp^^^^^^^^l*^ 3Wlole WOTld Sprics °'l , k and ed. Landowners in the Texas Pan- 75 buck does not often accompany her be-j loved. Last Sunday afternoon, she decided that she would go up to the bay and show him how to "itch. sportsmen nt ,„ fish. After abcHi. ar.hour ^n,^™^ «^n™ j she had not lost a bait, she per- ... I suaded him to go io the Dow| Sportsmen interested in bng?mg They moved, and surely i a Trans-Pecos trophy should con- i Golf. to' He look a one stroke lead over Aspromonte drove the ball ! left field and it looked until the i National Open champion Jack ! p distri. the |last sccciid as it Frank Thomas i would catch it for the final out. !lle Mcklaus and went four ahead of! PGA king Gary Player. 'cded in stopping| ne Latrobc, Pa., belter, hisj .. came!l nllter a wand, used only it, however, and Temple . . scampering home with the ticing!- 3 P u «s in his sensational tour of Firestone Country Club's 7.165; yard par 35-35—70 course, one o'; America's toughest .tests. : Black Down Alvin 20-6 ProbnMo modern By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington (Stenhouse 11-10 and Baird 0-1) at Chicago (Horlen 5-6 and Baumann 7-5 or Buzhardt 7-111 (21 Boston (Monbouqtiette 11-13 ane Delock 4-5) at New York (Brown 6-4 and Bouton 5-7) (2) Minnesota (Krnlick 10-9) at Detroit (Bunning 16-8) Kansas City (Rakow 13-15) n{ Cleveland (Donovan 18-8) Los Angeles (BowsHeld 8-7) at Baltimore (Fisher 7-7) iVntlnnftl League St. Louis (Washburn 11-7) ati Cincinnati (O'Toole 15-13) Philadelphia (Short 8-8) at Milwaukee (Spahn 14-12) New York (Anderson 3-16) Houston (Bruce 9-8) Chicago (Hobble 5-12) at San Francisco (O'Dell 16-12 or Bolin 7-2) Pittsburgh (McBean 15-8) at Los Angeles (Podres 12-11) little lady, 10 Bill took over the; or C rod and reel. In so doing, he cials near thc antelope hunting somehow got his thumb stuck in i areas who will aid sportsmen in the reel behind the level wind, j making hunting arrangements. The fish made a big ran for free-; f ew hunters will leave the dom and painfuNv tightened the,Trans - Pecos empty-handed. Past thumb and at the same time broke - rccords innate that hunting suc- the fishing line. icess is consistently above 90 perj Bill was reprimanded for letting cent- her fish loose. He rigged up an- bounded off EHo Chacon's •e. Bv the time the ball got to ALVIN (Sp! - The Yellow Jacket Stadium here was drenched with heavy rains at the begin' play in other outfit and she again got a strike, and again it was some- about Scrimmage Continued from Page 7 had already with the run ,, (cndcd Houston . s xvinning k . ^ , ive *r«.k to a record hie. ™* second Same of this four game ser.es survived a threat of heavy morning ram squalls which drenched Die Houston area and cast doubt on the finish of thej afternoon game. From the seventh inning on, dark clouds and lowering skies brought the <ield lights on in Uie ninth. New York had opened the game $15.000. the third at the end of the 36 holes. Slumping 6-4 MILWAUKEE (AP)-The Phila- A half an hour later, Mrs. Killough landed a 20 pound rcdfish. She was a tired, but very' "aPPi'jdoza at guards and James Bui- ., ...... ~~i person. Bui placed the fish on a I , ard at C( T nt( , r with an outburst of two unearned dclphia Pnils frittered Bway stringer and staked it out in the. ^vo startcrs\vere missing from!™^f n L*^ cr ^ e y^i rf ^"5^'i^™" lra<5 °" R °>' s canal. 'this lineup — co-captain P. H. Hours later, and with little other \ Howard and Mike Mason, luck, they decided to call it quits, i guards _ and this ' m j v, . had gone ahead :20lh nompr ,„ ,,, e firrt innins "> the top of the ninth on a , tncn bounced hack Saturday for a sinnnnl and Alvin Friday night. »iu,wu. ^ Jlu , krts pcrnnp., {elt like it was raining cats and dogs as the Black Cats from Bay City romped to a 20-6 victory over Coach Bill Henry's gridders. Nelson Keen scored two of the Black Cat markers — one on a short run in the first period that climaxed a 60-yard drive and the [second on a two-yard smash. Joe ILawhon raced 15 yards for Bay City's third tally in the heavy rains early in the third stanza. Dennis Gann kicked two points after touchdown for the Cats to add up the 20 points. a Tommy Howard passed to Joe odwin for Alvin's only score. prize fish, and something happen- 1 movcs on Offen5e . Howard is out ! ed. He freed the fish, and even he ; with a TO i d virus wnile Mason does not know just how it happen, i a minor injury-. ed. At least that is his stcry. j have had' lrir ' c and dipin K-duck single be-.g^ victory over the slumping Mil-! Bill'reached toe Mrs. Billough's! ^ me aftect on " the "Exporters' i m " rt "* m ™ nti ' _ . ,„ ™ukee Braves. j • "-'chcr Clarence Colcman beat A threorun rally in the sixth) out a roller to second in the first pulled the Phils from behind and j nnninr: and starting Colt hurlcr; was enough to hand the Braves' George Bninet errored on r elix their ninth defeat in the last ten j Mantilla's rap back to the mound., games. The loss le/t sixth place i , Bninet walked Thomas to load Milwaukee one game away from • ! the bases. ; official elimination in the Nation- Charlie Neal hit a double play ;a i League pennant race, all to short. But it was too slow;Philadelphia 300 003 000—6 7 0 ifor J. C. Hartman to make a play : Milwaukee 010 300 00—4 11 0 'at second and his throw to first: Home runs—Philadelphia, Sie- Wcnt all the way to the fence. V ers 20). Milwaukee, Tone (3). Some Exporter fans sounded Coleman and Mantilla scored on f ° r Uie f " ?Ct , cver ln prcpara , lon . let her ratrh half >. wWch weight UD which weighed up to Hors aterl uand with litile oth qu" Bm ^ I Mrl. M happened. He reefd the ish, and even he does not know jfst how ... , . , it happened. At least that is his . disappointed over the act thattlie • the error B I 0 _, ' He 'is still In the dog-hocc sn,v Jhogh hue did day to let her whin weiehed n tn t Neither were the Ships using whin weighed p to 5 . . i. ' «J ports the try for two points failed. The rest of Inn contest was B nip and tuck battle with neither team threatening. Dabbs reported after the Ramo thai his boys nerd a lot of work. '"fticy have a lot of possibility and «. lot more work will make yards and another Sweeny touch-ithcm ajlnn ball club," ha added, Wynn Gets 299 As Chisox Down Nats 6-3 CHICAGO (AP) — Early Wynn won the 299th game of his career Saturday as the Chicago White Sox came, from behind with a four- run fourth inning and defeated the Washington Senators 6-3. Floyd Robinson drove in two nms "with a single and Camiloi Carreon two more nms with a at double in the fourth. Wynn, now 7-12 for the season, gave up nine hits. He struck out three to pass \Varren Spahn for seventh place in the all-time major league strikeout derby with a total of 2,294. SAVE 20°/o OH HAPKO TUX 0N nibtnf ban Nipto Tw f« Uwt nft fin!* M will" ind t«lll«t* U» «• flittir, mllboml intafl. mn . in IM nltrt M •« nM> t» X»».t4 II *'« hit. hH m plW e*r. tnt nnu'-iv* no piMcf. (A CVM tcfuttebl* M Vi prKlic«liy tKUtna, And yetfit m to IM |h« toW yM mnt ttnon| tM 1 *nd tp«f!illy mtrtd rolwi IT«t TV* c Dml m!» tMi oprortwilv to MMIt W"*» H I pai la • llmlM l!m or*. BOW taiT FREEPORT LUMBER COMPANY 623 W. Bread IE 3-5254 Brazosport team didn t nin rings ' Errors by Neal and Mantilla aro " nd Mi ' by ' Bu ' the fa " S and a - s, take her back Mon-' not beoomp to ° u P sot as tho Sh 'P s Slangier scored the .te r acthc half a dozen wcre lmt mm ^ at ful1 blast - nm in ^.^7^;.°^ weiehed n tn t Neither were the Ships using Smith, subbing for Jim C _ i in a real contest. Raymond Day and Fivd Rath-! In (be Brazosport first defen- Jen spent most of Sunday night ;Sive lineup Saturday night were red fishing at the surf near the ! Pike Teinert and James Cain at mouth of the Bernard. lends, Gerald Little and John Fishing was excellent but Adams at the tackle positions, Campbell, who was injured in the top of ihe inning, tied the score with a windblown shot over the left field wall in the last o.' the eighth. Joe Christopher's triple, with two out, and a hloop single by Rod Kanchl that Jell loo short foi Twins Wte, Trail Yanks Three Games By JERKY GRKKN fine until he missed a turn. Thc man was Lynn Brandstctter. next thing either of them knew, The Exporters' fleet backs prov- their boat was 30 feet up on the ed Ihey could move the hall, shore and trying for 40. however passing for the Ships was They did catch a coupb of nice not too successful. reds, however. i Long yard gainers by the Ships (included a .Vi-yard run hy Flem- Ted Swenson, Jack Crabtrne, ing on an option play, a 26-yard and J. D. Smith camped with Boy pace by second offensive unit Scout Troop No. T;25 -it Cimp De quarterback Burris and several Leon near Cucro recently. runs by Spence, Tracy and The boys enjoyed catching blue Brandslettr-r operating from the gills in the Guadalupe River. Ac-' half back slot. Parker made some tually, I'll bet the leaders enjoyed notable across - center plunges the fishing as much as Ihe boys.: from the fullback p<.*ition. posterity. "KEEP HOME PAY" "TAKE HOME PAY" with our LOW COST ECONOMY LOAN «ET MORE I OUT OP YOUR CASH YOU GET $ 505.37 1.075.21 2.017.18 2,539.76 2,994.87 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $ 29.00 60.00 85.00 107.00 110.00 DM above loom above SIOM Includes llf«, accident and health AIM l«aiu lot <mqll*r amounts. ALLIED FINANCE CO. Mil Hwr^M HARWP t|HDiow JB _ FREEPORT Crimson Tide Find • Gofnn Rough By BOB ROOBING Asswla'cd press 8p°rt» Writer Ohio State ... Purdue ... Mich-' igan State . .. Mississippi ... | Louisiana State. From this brigade of bruisers, Alabama may expect the most serious challenges as the Crimson Tide opens defense of its national collegiate ioothall title. The proof of the practice comes with the campaign kick- of/s Saturday. 'Bama gets off the Assnrlaied Tress Snort* Writer mark by playing host to improved DETROIT (AP)-The Minnesota!Georgia Sept. 22. Twins, with Bob Allison's contin-' Over the years, the Big Ten keeping ;an d Southeastern Conferences pennanl I have supplied half of the national ation of j champions. That's why "the most Tigers 9-2 Saturday, ilikely" candidate list is headed Allison lined two homers as the *>>' members of these nigged cir- Twins jumped to an S-0 lead in' '""its where a field goal, a conver. the first three innings and swept s ' on and a couple of goal line to their 12th victory in 14 meet- stands mean the difference beings with Detroit. tween a once-beaten and a so-so The- triumph enabled the sec-: record. onri-place Twins '.o stick three 1 Talent-rich Ohio State, ranked games behind the New York No. 2 in 19*il. is the heavy favor- Yankees in ihe tight American 'ite in The Associated Press pre- I-eague pennant race. The season poll to wear the crown Yankees routed Boston 6-1. come December. All-America Allison clouted a two-run homer Dave Bchrman and his Michigan | in the first and a solo homer in ]Stale "iron" mates are ready to the third off Don Mossi, who ] contest Ihe issue while Purdue SOMERVILLK (Sp) — Conch yielded the first eight Minnesota j may be the surprise entry in the Louis Holt's Class B Danburyiruns. : derby. Panthers smashed the Somerville! Camilo Pascual breezed to his i Alabama, LSU, Mississippi and Yesfuas 14-6 here Friday night in'18th victory behind the early lead, jGeorgia Tech—the top four SEC the first roiling of the season for The Twins scored three times in!clubs of '61—figure that way again bolh clubs. the first, once in the second, and'although not necessarily in the H'Jl's power packed Panthers four times in the third, before same order. used their experience and sl/t- to Frank Lary came in to hold them Elsewhere, the regional break- slrike lirsl alu-uit nine minutes scoreless until the eighth. .down looks like this: deep in ihe second period when it was the first lest of Lary's Southwest—Texas is big favorite Jim Gilham look a pass from ailing shoulder since July 29th and definite national contender. Wayne Morrow in a play worth whr-n the Tigers put him on the Texas Christian, Arkansas make 25 yards and paydirt. Thc try for rlis;iM«i list. it interesting, points was stopped short, how- Jennie Green helped Allison in Big Five—Washington, if Hus- ever. the Twins' 12-bit assault, banging Jaes avoid pitfall of Stanford's Morrow then intercepted a pass out throe singles and driving in i surprising darkhorse. only minutes deep in thc second two mns. Pascual also drove ini Big Eight—Missouri is thc popu- half and raced 45 yards for Dan- two runs with a bases - loaded lar choice. Rebuilt Kansas, bury's other touchdown. James walk m the third and a single , stronger Nebraska tear watching. Jennings passed to Bryan Swed- ; off reliever Bob Humphreys in Atlantic Coast—Duke, pressed lunrt for two extra points. the eighth. 'by Maryland and Clemson. Bob Burger passed to Jim Chico Fernandez' second of i Southern—Furman has a shot at Hughes for Somemlle's lone score three singles drove in the Tigers' i early favorite West Virginia now in the third quarter. The play was j first run in the third. Dick Brown Ithat latter has lost top quarter- good for 15 yards. The try for i accounted for Ihe second run with! back, Fred Colvard, who lalt extra points failed. ja homer in the tilth. yschool. Triple Dresser & Mirror $234 95 Chest $14*95 Cane Head Bed-Full or Twin $79.95 Dcabury Tops Somerville 14-6 Friday JENN'S Proudly Presents ,L by Drexel * Beautifully proportioned for new elegance and ikillfully detailed for greater flexibility. Discover idea after idea, function after function. It's all here, cleverly correlated for contempor- ary living. The woods are rich genuine walnut with the tunlit warmth of natural oil IN WEST COLUMBIA 222 South 17th. Street Room Divider Deck Storage Bate (Not shown) S249.9S (Closed Wednesday Afternoon)

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