Trojans Get 60-50 Win *rom Tors GALVESTON - South Houston and Ball High Rot an early start on (ho rest of 12-4A Monday night as the Trojans took their cue from a Friday win over Bay town and tripped up Bill Engle's'Tors 60-50. It was tho last gamp o* The first round for both teams, The rest of the district wasn't scheduled (o finish up the first round until Tuesday, Larry Johnson and Charles Kirkland, the duo which boat Baytown Friday, also keyed South Houston's Monday night win and third /ictory in seven games. Kirkland lit 24 points and Johnson meshed 3. accounting for all but 13 points Alter a few years — darned few t seems, sometimes — folks get accustomed to a team winning ootball'games and athletic honors. Nowadays only newcomers are mpressed when you quote from [lie Gander record. So when Dan Stallworth broke out some new figures at the Ganfer football banquet Saturday Tuttday, January 24, 1961 *lf* 9*yt*mm 6m Ganders Seek Way Out Of Cellar Six-Week Stand-Ohio State Gets All First-Place Ballots By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS jus in their only start last week. Ohio State, only unbeaten ma- Bradley, like many others, was or college basketball team in the (idle due to the examination peril nation, continues to roll along with: od. The big game coming up for every first-place vote in the week-1 both Feb. ly Associated Press poll. For the sixth straight week, the Buckeyes night, they were dutifully noted I are the unanimous choice of the •f the score which was shared:date. md filed away for use at a later' 36 sports writers and sportscasters ibout equally by Jerry Eversole, •tegie Wilpitz and Danny Mc- Ohany, Mike Cowan hit 14 for Ball and Frank Howard connected with 11. Walter Syers was just out of the double figures with 9 points. Gone Lossow dragged in 14 rebounds for Ball and Syers and Walter Me- Reynolds each got nine. The loss dropped Ball out of a third place tie with Galena Park by a half R.'IITK- and deadlocked the Tors and Trojans with 3-4 records in fourth place. NFL Meet Underway NEW YORK (AP) — The National Football League mooting jot under way today with the They would have been inserted in a column sometime as an item of public interest. If you keep bringing up new figures all the time, some folks would figure you're bragging. But after -w- attending a second grid banquet Monday night and dutifully noting some of the comment by non-athletic partisans, 1 changed my mind. Forthwith, and without belaboring tlie point, here are some excerpts from Stallworth's comments Saturday while introducing the nine Ganders who won all-district, all-state and all-America it>cognition last season: •w. "Here are some figures you might be interested in," Stallworth said. Since 1940, Baytown has had 116 players who won berths on the 'II all district teams picked in that (who voted. Perhaps the most difficult test of the 11 games remaining on the Ohio State schedule comes Saturday afternoon when Jerry Lucas and his gang play Purdue which had been unbeaten in Big Ten competition until Monday night. Oreo State rolled to its 13th straight Saturday by downing Minnesota (D-56. Their only game this week is the Saturday matinee regional TV date with Purdue. . St. Bonaventure and Bradley still follow Ohio State in the same order. The Bonnies boosted their record to 14-1 by thumping Canisi- means ol st'ockinc; new Minnesota Vikings. On*> group wants to limit the nold Palmer said today he in..,,,,, , - , tends to make another try at | season with 11 left over for good j seeping golf's big four cham- """ the Masters. U.S. and o«iwrs split into two factions on j period, an average of five boys a ways and means ol st'ockinc the i season with 11 left over for rood is Bradley-St. Bonaventure 2 at New York. place points 360 304 283 218 194 145 136 95 39 37 The leaders with first votes in parentheses and on a 10-9-8 etc. basis: 3. Ohio State (36) 2. St. Bonaventure 3. Bradley 4. North Carolina 5. Duke 6. Iowa 7. St. John's S. Loui.wille 9. Southern California 10. Purdue Others receiving votes: Kansas, UCLA, Mftnsas State, Mississippi State, State. Indiana. DePaul, Memphis Cincinnati, California, Vanderbilt, Utah, West Virginia, Xavier (Ohio), Wichita. Auburn, Kentucky and Wake Forest. Arnold Palmer To Try Again For Golf Sweep ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Ar- measure In that same period, 36 have 1960 schedule. He won the San Diego Open in his third tourney of tho year. He said it took him five before he won his first in tries 1960. number of players to be put up jbeen named to all-state teams. for prabs by Coach Norm Van Broeklin of the Vikings. This faction points out that the Vikings already have been permitted to participate in the draft (they picked up 20 players), anil have signed a pretty good quur terback in George Shaw. Protect your home from TERMITES And five have won all-Southern places. (Although 1960 produced an all-America, no Gander was nominated for the. nil - Southern tram because the ballot from the Texas chair an was mis-ad- dressed) -w- Six Ganders have been named to all-America teams. "Very few teams, if any, in Texas," Stall worth concluded, "can match that record in that same period of time." TCU's Top Scorer Is Suspended From Team FORT WORTH fAP.) — Jerrv 'pionships- ' British Opens, and the PGA — j this year. If he fails again in this ambitious bid but comes as close to the unprecedented grand slam as he did last year, the handsome, 31- year-old kins of the links probably could make sports history anyw-ay. For his outstanding feats in winning (lie Masters and the U.S. Open and topping tlie money winners with a record $80,378, among other notable achievements. Palmer emerged as the decisive -jwinner of the S. Rae Hickok Pro 'Athlete of Hie Year award. |Northwestern knocked off PurdUe Tlie UUrobe. Pa., golfer beat;and Minnesota clobbered Midiigan a formidable field, including j State. heavyweieht taxing champion Putting a halt on Olympian Ter- Floyd Patterson. quarterback ry Dischinger, Northwestern beat and Maior Cage Play 1 wM To Only Two Night Games By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mid-semester examinations limited the major college basketball schedule Monday night to a pair of Big Ten games in which lowly HOME LUMBER COMPANY 800 E. Texas Ph. JU 2-8241 Cobb, loading scorer tvmndrr of the Texas Christian j University basketball team, has been suspended for being secretly married. Laurence C. Smith, dean of students, announced Monday the action was taken because of violation of the university's long-stand- inc rule against secret marriages. It was understood that Cobb. 2~, of Dallas, had bcon secretly married since November to follow student, (he former Sandra Mines of \Vycoff. N.J. She too has been susprnrlrd. Norm Van Brockliri of the NFL Purdue, 54-62, and knocked the champion Philadelphia Eaplos.'Boilermakers out of a tie ' and Pittsburgh World Scrips her- \ top-ranked Ohio State for,the Big Ten lead. Minnesota added to Michigan State's woes with an 8970 victory- In both games, the home team was victorious. Disc-hinder, still operating with an injured middle finger on his right hand, was stymied by North- oes Bill Mazeroski and Vernon Law. Palmer received T3 first place votes from the nationwide panel of 345 sports writers and sportscasters and 302 points on a 3-2-1 basis. Patterson got .15 first place nnd 19ti points. Van Brocklin's score was 19 first places and 176 points to -11 and 53 for Mazeroski ant: In and 33 for Law. addition to the honor. Pnl- mer also re-reived the hefty, S10,- "10,000 miles at less than ooo jewel-studded bolt that with the selection. He presented the cye-catchinp; goes was prize western's defensive tactics. The Wildcats played a four-man zone with the fifth man following Purdue's All-America candidate. The Big Ten's leading scorer was limited to four shots and a Smiley Wants Out, Too, As Clubs Clash Fretting is the cellar far the first time in a long time, Baytown looks for a way out Tuesday night as the Ganders play host to Smi ley, co-owner of that unenviable spot, in the last game of 12-4A's firet round. Bill Banks' Eagles came to Baytown's REL gymnasium spotting a 1-5 record, identical to the Gander mark, but fresh from a 40-31 triumph over third place Galena Park last Friday. "I don't know how to take Smiley," Gander coach Jay Bollinger said Monday night. "Now* that they've beaten Galena Park, don't know if that win will be a shot in the arm for them or not. "You don't expect to catch a team down after they've upset somebody." But the Ganders were down last Friday after pulling off an upset of Ball High earlier in the week. Some of that, however, Bollinger places playing ball on the pressure of and taking final exams at the same time. But he isn't counting on a big upsurge for the Ganders Tuesday, and he isn't looking at Smiley as an easy way out of last place. "Frankly, they've got a good ball club," he said. "Against Brazosport they looked pretty good. They shook them fthe Exporters) for three quarters." Bollinger, who saw the Brazos- port-Smiley game, put some of what he saw to work Monday afternoon in the Ganders' final workout before taking on the Eagles, who are playing their first season in 12-4A. The Ganders worked on defensive measures against Smiley's cnown offensive plays and spent some time of their own fast break. They also worked on pressing defenses and ran offensive plays against the two types of presses Smiley has used this season. Bolfinger threw in some work against Smiley's two types of zone defense, and he ran a 20-minute situation scrimmage with Kevin Lxiunsberry's B squad to polish off the practice session. Siniloy is a fiercely aggressive team which has worked a press off ind on throughout its games. The Eagles have the ability to hit from the field, although they, like the Ganders, have had some bad nights in the first six games. Roland Brewer, a 6 foot-2 inch forward, and Jimmy Ashford. at 6- even, have been their most productive scorers, both ranking in the top 20 in the league. Brewer las hit 56 points and Ashford, -18. behind are Bruce Engram, total of six points in the first half and finished with 17 points for the night, far below his 29-point conference average. Jerry Berkshire copped scoring Hickok I llonol 's fnl " Purdue with 20 points - 'but the game's top scorer was v . lll ,, l , . Narthwestern's Ralph Wells with second'golfer to "capture j 21 P" ints - Wrlls P' !t Northwestern (ahead twice in the contest and his at the annual charity dinner of the Rochester Press and Radio Club Monday mght. No one has won the award twice in the 11 years has been offered and Palmer only the it, Ron Hocran wnn it for 1953. ,,,...,,, . . •Tni goinc to trv for them ,-,l]! basket with three minutes to play .-ipiin including the Canada Cup."j mai ^ *e score 55-54, a ead which said Palmer "In addition to ^jNorthivrstprn never-relinquished. in- over f'V the British Open, TJ J^ '<*« Rave Purdue a 3-1 rec- hope to plav there in tho Ryder M '" 'he ^ Ten and dropped Cup matches thi< year-thai is if \$*f£™* k ™ ™}«_* ***, _«""!? I'm fovtunatp onmigh to make the 1 team." State, the nation's No. 1 team. Purdue is now 9-4 for the Palmer already is ahead of his ^? s ™. : " 1(1 Northwestern. 2-3 in 700 Series the conference, has a 6-7 record. Northwestern's victory took away some of the edge from Saturday's bit; battle which pits Purdue against Ohio State at Columbus. Tho bit; feature of the con- tost will be Disohingcr vs. All- America Jerry Lucas. 5-10, with 40 points and Douglas Baker, 5-10, with 37. Guz Hinze, a 6 foot-4 inch center, leads Smiley rebounding with 42 bounces. Baker and Engram rank next with 24 and 20 rebounds, respectively. Bollinger, turning his thoughts only slightly away from Tuesday's impending scrap, was hopeful 'he Ganders could draw a following of comparable strength to the one which went to South Houston Friday. "They just came," Bollinger laughed afterward, "on the wrong night." But Bayfown Loses Scorer- Two Ganders Make Top TO Baytown gained a second re- bounder in tne top 10, but lost a scorer o»t of thaf select grouD in district basketball statistics" released Monday. Gander sophomore Roger Byers moved into one of the top rebounding slots with post man Osborne Knudson while Knudson dropped into llth place in the scoring race on his 2-point night against South Houston last Friday. Byers passed Knudson in rebounding and nailed down ninth place while Knudson held down tenth spot, three rebounds behind his team mate. In scoring, Knudson was 5 points off the top 1C pace with a total of 61. South Houston's Larry Johnson took over the scoring lead, displacing Pasadena's Spencer Pickens and Carl Clark, with 103 points, just ahead of Pickens' 100 and Clark's 93. Pickens retained his rebounding lead with 88 while Tommy Bell of Texas City held down second with 78 bounces. South Houston, however, crowded the top 20 with Reggie Wilpitz in third place, Johnson n eighth and Jerry Eversole and Danny Mcnhany holding down Nos. 11 and 12. Byers had 51 rebounds to his credit and Knudson had counted 48 through six games. Baytown ranked fourth in rebounding in the district with an average of 31.667 bounces per pme, trailing pace-setter South Houston's 39.8 average. The Ganders dropped from fourth to fifth in team scoring, however, with 272 x>ints compared to Brazosport's 361-point top mark. Pasadena was second in scoring. Ball High third and South Houston fourth. Ball High ran second in re xmnding with only five games complete, while Pasadena was hird with an average of 36 rebounds per game. Baytown, while sporting a 1-5 record which was good only for a cellar tie with Smiley, maintained supremacy in one department, wwever. That was in team scor and rebounding. The Ganders iave 10 boys, their full varsity complement, who have scratched n both scoring and rebounding. Brazosport had 10 scorers also and 11 rebounders, although only eight who have hit both columns. Smiley had nine boys scoring and 5alena Park had nine boys re- boudning. Mississippi Southern Coach Goes To A&M HATT1ESBURG. Miss. (AP)~ Mississippi Southern line coach Jack Thomas has resigned to become an assistant football coach at Texas A&M. Thomas' resignation is effective Jan. 31. Young .1 o h n n y D a h n, who wouldn't bo outdone by his older rother. Willis, rolled a TJ3 sc- ries to top the scores in the Terrace Classic League Monday night. Willis, the older brother of a j bowling family, rolled a 701 last] week, and .lohnny achieved the select group Monday night, .lohnny started strong with 240 jgaiuo. opening with a double and! ja split. He added four in a row) before his streak hailed. A spare! in the eighth .'<n<! a twkoy and! Red Goslins Take Only Win On Monday Circuit Cops Tf Cane Tourney TEXAS CITY - Highlands' won he championship trophy at the Texas City eighth grade tournament over the weekend after an- >ther Baytown school, Horace Mann, was eliminated in the sec- jond round. Highlands took the champonship on a 32-27 win over Fry, after taking earlier decisions from Jackson of Pasadena. 28-21, Northshore, 38-26. and Southmore of Pasadena, 34-23. Horace Mann lost to Northshore, 27-23, in overtime in the first round and was eliminated from the 12-team tourney Saturday by Jackson, 26-15. Jackson won the consolation bracket. Robert Maxwell and Mickey Wilkerson won places on the all- tournament team. Maxwell hit 38 points in the four games while Wilkerson and Bennip Shirey each hit 26. Dicky Dixon had 23 points, Roger Wunch. 10; Buddy Klueh, 5; Arthur Maxwell and Bobby Bobalik, 2 each, Dixon and Wilker- json were strong defensively. | Highlands scored both the high and second high game totals for the tournament with its 3S points against Northshore and the 34 against Southmore. It was High- Jands 1 first tournament champion-i Baytown 41, Blncker 3fi 1,0%'onfx-rs: SO. Horaw Mann 33 Fry 61, 0«lnr Bayou 60 Austin 43, Highlands 42 Baytown. paced by Bob Whaley's Reported by POPULAR SCIENCE Impartial Test Team after 3O-day trial of OLJDSMOBILJE'S Lovonbiirg was down at ha)fj time, 18-13, but jumped into a 26-20 third period lead when the Goslins' hit only 2 points. j Fry of Texas City scored on! seven of their first eight shots to; establish a fi-1-fiO win over Cedar j seven pins ac'dod to the 1MO game.! ]2 points, c.apturod'a 41-36 victory i Rayon. The Bears were down, 34-j In tho second game, .lohnny had]over Blocker of Texas City Mon-J16, at the end of the first half; trouble putting a string together i tiny night. George Rincon pumped hl>t played fine second half ball to' although he finished with a 2161in'8 while Frank Terry hit 9:establish a 30-41 mark at the close' game. Tho third game was the;markers for the Goslm five. Shor-' of th o third quarter. Led by Jim-! clincher. j wood Stewart played fine defensive j my Puokett and Tommy Sooy. the j Rolling a terrific ball. Johnny (hall for Ravtown" 'Bears totaled 2(i noints in the final i hit four in a row. In the fifth I The Goslins led bv only one P ( '<''<*' to «ke the game thht. ship. LAST WEEK'S RESULT! Baytown 41, Ball High 46 Brazosport 17, Smiley 34 flilenn Park <«, 3. Houston « Texas City 40, Pasadena 37 Ball High 44. T«a« City « Brazosport 6S. Pasadena 93 Smiley 40. Gslena Park 31 S. Houiton 54, Baytown 31 THIS WEEK'* SCHEDULE Tueiday Galena Park at Pa«adena Smilty at Baytown S Houston at Bait High Texas city at Brazosport Friday Ball High »t Smiley Baytown a: Pasadena Galena Park at Brazosport 8. Houiton at Texas City Tejrn THE STANDINGS W L Brazosport 6 Pasadena ^ Texas City 4 Galena Park .... 3 Ball High ...." 3 S. Houston 3 Smiley 1 Baytown 1 REBOUNDING Team C 3. Houston 6 •Ball High 5 Panadena « Baytown ........... ft Texas City 4. 4 5 S Pet. 1.000 .687 .867 .500 .429 .439 .167 .187 TOP TEN REBOUNDERS Player — School Pickens — Pasadena . Bel]— Texas City . , " (10 . Cnnavan — Brazosport Fa!n--Oa!ena Park . Howard — Ball ...... McReynoldfl — Ball .•. Johnson — S. Houston Byer* — Baytown Knudion — Baytown ....... '..".".'.'.'.". 48 fteb, . . 88 , . 78 ,. 71 . 81 TOP TEN SCORER* Player—School fa Johnson—S. Houston Pielcens—Pasadena. . Clark—Pasadena. ... Cowan—Ball Ui.il.—T?*ai ntv , ,, 56 j Prultt—Brazosport . 551 Fain—Galena Park . 63 j Puller—Galena Park 511 Howard—Ball MeReynolds—Ball . 33 37 3» 31 24 27 24 25 22 It 22 14 9: T; 7- Brazosport .. G»I«na Park •Smiley Team Brazosport . Pasadena Ball High .. S. Houston . Baytown ... Galena Park Texas City . Smiley Team Pasadena .. Brazosport . Tejra.i City . Ball High .. 8, Houston Galena Park •CORING FG 128 127 108 107 107 94 87 Ret). Avj. 239 39.S 193 3S.8 216 36.0 190 31.657 182 30.3 178 29.667 155 25.8 129 25. S FT 105 70 73 71 58 72 80 59 Pti. 361 324 289 28S 272 260 254 Pti. . 324 . 361 , 254 . 2S9 . 285 260 Opp. Sprd. smiley 217 Baytown .. Z72 274 3H 22B 275 2S7 265 274 348 Curtis Is Named MVP At Galena Football Banquet GALENA PARK (Sp) - Halfback Kenny Curtis was named Most Valuable Player of the 1960 Galena Park football team here Monday night at the school's annual banquet. Nathan Isenberg. a Galena Park businessman, made the presentation to Curtis. Football awards went to 100 boys. 35 of them varisty players, and head coach Paul Smith termed the 1960 season, in which he shared 12-4A championship honors with Baytown and Brazosport and won representation of the league in bi- district play, his most successful season of the last five. "This past season." Smith told the banquet audience, "was my most successful, as far as the win and loss record, since I came here." Smith also pointed with pride to the records of the sophomore squad, which won 9 and iost 1, and the junior varsity, which won 7 and lost 3. "We had 100 boys out for football this year," Smith reported, lumping the three squads together, "and we have 87 of them back next year." High School principal John Hoke presented the co - championship trophy to Smith, and in return, accepted it from him for placing in the school trophy case. Coaches Harlan Baldridge and Ben Bowen made sophomore presentations and coaches Jess Sadler and Bill Wilson made junior varsity awards. Varsity coach Julian Kuehl introduced the speaker, Claude R. (Chena) Gilstrap. head j coach at Arlintfon State College. SECOND TEN REBOONOERS Play«r—School Eversolfe~3. Houston Mcllteny—S. Houston Clark—Pasadena Hlnze—Smiley Fuller—Galena Pa.-k Lisbony—Ball Prultt—Brazoaport Cowan—Ball ... Ivey—T»xas City .. i Rains—Pasadena .. OTHER RESOUND NO. Ford—Pasadena Baker—Smiley Brooks—Tex is city . CarroH—Brazosport Kirkland--S. Houston n alker—Brazosport Campbell—Galena Park Engram—Smiley Hulo—Texa.5 City . Oliver—Baytown"... Kemplay— Baytown Ashford—Smiley Cummings—Ti-xas City Marsh—Pasadena Horton—Brazospo.t Smith—Catena Park Erewer—Smiley Smith, E—Baytown".', Holmsfen—Texas City Goehring—Baytown Syers—Ball Ourham—Baytown . Stratton—Baytown . Curtis—Gaiena. Park Doolin—Pasadena . Sealy—Smiley Beene—Brazosport . Harma— Pasadena . . Prince—Brazosport Johnson--Galena Park Smith—BIR Mike—Gale norid—Brazosport Little—S. Houston Ren. •U SECOND TEN SCORERS Player—School Knudton—Baytown Beene—Brazosport Brewer—Smiley ... Ivey—Texas Jtty . . Kirkland—S Houston Walker—Brazoaport Syers—Ball Ashforo 1 —Smiley . . Ford—Pasadena . . Carroll—Brazosport FQ . 21 23 26 19 23 15 20 J4 18 20 FT in* 10 4 18 6 22 11 20 12 7 a*. 5" ss If OTHER SCORING 43—Wilpitz. a. Houston. <W—.Byw», Baytown; Curtis. Galena Par*. *2*~ Mcll'iany. S Houston: Prince, Btazo*- port. 10-—Canavan, Brazoaport; EH- • 33 sram. Smiley. 211 39—Rains. Pasadena. • 3T—Baker. 20 Smiley: Campbell, Galena Parfc:K*mp- \?.' , Baytown, Smith, f... Baytown. 36 —Horton. Brazoaport; Hulo—Texas City. 35—Eversole. a Houston; Little Mlk« Smith, Oalena Park. 33—BrooK*, Texas City. 31—Holrasten, Texa« City; Oliver. Baytown. 2S—stratton, Baytown. 21—CUO»- Tilings. Texas City; Hlnze, Smiley. 19— Lisbony. Ball. 18—Hanna, Pasadena. 18—Goehrins. Baytown. 15—Boottn, Pasadena, li—Durham, Baytown. H-— Marsh. Pasadena. 10—-Sealy, Smiley. 9—Smith, G-, Baytown. 8 —Gottula, S Houston. 6—Smith, Bin llllte. Oa- lena Park. 5—Box, Speace. WHU*, 9 Brairaport 4—Lossow, Bali High. 3— 1 Blanton. Texas City: Hurjraves. B*JI High- Hargravej. Baytown. 2—DonHn- giie. G.ilena Park; Hagslund. Ball 6 Hiph: Sauls and Scribner, Smiley. 1— 4 Ooggett. Smiley. * •—Statistics complete except tor on« frame each In reboundlnj for Smiley Lossow—Ball ifatejka—Galena Park Smith, O. — Baytown . Fleissner—Smiley -, Gottula—s. Houatoa .' i Wilson—Pasadena ""II"" 2 Bodlne—Texas city .*" j Brown—Brazosport .. .. ••••••• Domlngue—Gak-na Park ." j Haroraves—Baytown ' 1 Scribner— Smiley , 1 spence—Brajtospon ....".'.'...'.'.*.".! 1 Strong—Braiosport " \ \ and Ball High. Mrs. Mike Fransscn STATE RESERVE LIFE "$•• M. Wore Y«i Ob" TOMORROW, 9 cum*! CUARANCE Heres 1 What You've Waited For! Merchandise That We Won't Inventory At Any Price! Hundreds of Items from Our Infants', Girls', Boys', Women's and Men's Department! 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Highlands won the R team contest, 29-28, as Kenny Rupp hit the nets for 12 points Kmil Johnson followed with 6 tallies for the voting Eagles. Tho liear Boos dropped a iO-22 decision to the d \ quint. Tommy R<vig,m's K-point <•; fort gamed high scoring luxiors for thf Roars. Horace M.inn lost a (•!<«-.' 2S ?0 battle with the yoMne l.oventwirg five, ,-infi the ??ayt<mri Goslins can t-.ir< ! 1!)-17 victory against Rl<v\ rr. Richard Oliver's 7 points wen tops for the you use in a _ were naturals to take the blame for an offensive odor which spread Jirough a nearby ward at James Walker Memorial Hospital here. But hospital authorities found he three pigs blameless when they discovered a sewer line broken "in the basement of the building. 100 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS WITH FILL-UPS AT G. E. SMITH TEXACO SERY. At Cedar Bayou S North Main Your Friendly Texaco Dealer WITH THIS COUPON 100 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS WITH A FILL-UP AT G. E. SMITH TfXACO *ERV!CE STATION Cedar Bayou and North Main Name. 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