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PAGE* Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511—Clo«m«d—BE 3-2611 THE BRA20SPORT FACTS BftAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, TUBS., SEPTEMBER 11, 1»62 Baby Oilers Meet Clute; Exporters Host IndianT HOUSTON (Sp) — As football I 'Ilir Rahy Oilrrs, mnsrot loam fever began to crip this Ri'i'l -'"' the Houston Oilrrs of the Ampr- crazy mptrnpolis this \\crk. word'Iran Foolhall Lrastif. arc sponsor- I was out that Iho city's pet. Iram.ird hy Ihr Houston Junior Oiamhpr I the colorful and popular KII.T of Commerce and radio station i' Baby Oilers, will be haltlinc oner'KILT. i- again for national kid foolhall ;; laurel* Ihis fall. • Head coach Zano C h n s I a i n. i I whose team hatllcs Clule .Il.IS at., i Hopper Field in Brazosport Thurs-j >' day niRht, aercod. i •Dial's right," he said, review- Ing past performances of teams (hat have racked up a 37-S-2 re- third in two years. "Right now. we figure this year's squad will be about comparable to the group of kids we took down to N ^ Lake Jackson. About that same ; Wnm , type of club. ,chir»«n "Seriously, our kids never nave| nt , ml won an opening game. That's 1 ' why I wasn't the least hit sur-, Rot|nn _ prised to hear we've been estah- Fan.... nt : lish an underdog. It usually takes, ' ,, nxn .u-.i RKSII.TS us about three or four games to Nrw York ••*• ™™< '; ">«|;« pick up momentum, get to know ™"«" *• h """" c "> 3 - """" our personnel, and work the kinks out. ••Of corn-He, the reason for U^j'^^'j'^ is that we have to start all over| Nfw vo,k IP eath year, what with a new squad | J^""" 1 coming in each fall. That's what ]n . as h,nj has us concerned aboul thisj game." i Last season, when Ihe Babyi,^, Awlf , Oilers clashed with Lake Jackson |s.n - JHS before the largest crowd tojj™™ ever witness a junior high gameist. LOHK . irt the Brazosport area, Ihe tough j ^"^h,. little Houstonians had 11 games: behind them. f They opened the season by; losing" their first two. then picked j themselves oft the floor lo roll in-; to Lake Jackson with a nine-game, winning streak. ''Lake Jackson, sporting a tre: c " 1 ™™" | mendous weight advantage over j ri ,, ",,„;„„' the' feathenveight Houstonians, |«i si. hammered out a hard-fought 20-8: lr "m,' victorj', but not before the nation-! only K< ally-ranked Pop Warnjr team c3p-[ Aus ,, n n tured Ihe hearls of nearly 3,000 "••" Bra/osporl-area fans with their spirited play. • Making up with numbers what they lacked fn size, the Baby Oil- ers gang-tackled and fought the favored Jacksonians toe-to-toe for three quarter*. . . even hciiiinj an 8-6 lead early in the second quarter. -' And when it was all over, the overflow crowd found itsrH — strangely enough—applaudinc efforts of the hard-hitting HOUS.M team. Chaslain, who has taken his team from I<os Angeles to Wash- SCOTT SANDY 1961 Trl-Caplaln Brazosport teams are schoolboy involved in grid and coach Gene tapper's Jackson Junior High Panthers games this weekend six a t [meet Texas City Fry Junior High home and one away — with thejat the Lake Jackson Junior High p.m. ejat .JFi Field. Coach Roy Anderson's Freeport headliner tilt sel for 7:30 Friday at Hopper Field. Coach Harden Cooper's porters meet the Port Neches- Groves Indians in the hig clash of the week in a non-district affair. Tickets for the game go on sale at 4:30 p.m. today at Ihe main gale ticket booth al Hopper Field. The grid action begins Thursday night at Brazosport when Coach Bill Morrow's Clute Cougars tangle with the KILT Bahyjson while coach Breei!y Cox's Oilers of Houston at Hopper Field (high school Storm Squad meets Alvin at the Freeport Junior High Field. Tickets for the Exporter-Indian game will he on wile at Hopper Field between the hour* ot 4:30! Junior High Redskins open the 19R2 season also on Thursday. But the Redskins travel to Alvln for their tilt of the week. l,anier of Freeport opens the season Saturday night in an 8 p.m. clash with AA Wharton al Hopper Field. Also on Saturday night, coach L. Z. Bryan'* Junior Varsity gridders host Waltrip of Houston in a game at 1-ake Jack- ing report on the Port Nechrs In-i "We gol Ilir most of Iho firsl|hall award and HIP teanu IIHaigame Friday night to lake dians, Bmmsporl's opponent FH-J20 minutes of competition, they IT r x n * InlcnscholaihV l^ngue'hershlp donations lo (he Quart**. got to us in Ihe second 20 minutes. ISIatp Championship. Signed; liar- ;,,„„,, t ,. h „„ „,„ , . This indicates that they were inlrlrn Cooper, Jr., Foothnll Conch." ' , . " IIW '""" fnlfr lh * day night in the season opener. The Quarterlwck Cluh elected Rube Tracy lha new secretary- treasurer to fill Ihe job vacated by John Hazard when he moved [night." to Houston recently. And t h e The coach said that Port Cooper, . better physical condition. But ll P. H, Howard and I.ynn Brand- Think we'll lie ready Friday Islelter, co-rnptnin* of the Kxpoil- organization also made final plans for the 19S2 membership drive would come down ready to RO. "They have not scored on us in t , - f -..^,. .....v ii. ri .^i...iii:ii VNI US and Jack Sampson, president ofj hvo voars . n , l( „.<, |, nvpn . ( Ios , the group, set Ihe goal for 750 K9me nt home in ,, vo VCHr , nnrt j -w members this year. don't believe we plan to start Frl- "This Is the largest crowd that d nv night has ever attended a Quarterback! :. nf Burns, Giants And Indians Remain 1-2-3 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS !er team, also presented similar Icards lo "ardent Ship supporters" at the nifrllrtR. Persons receiving Ihe cards were PeOrvllle Kvnns, Jack Sampson, Kenneth Wilson, II. K. Hopper, Dr. R. M. MeCary, ami Joe Rogers. Ship coach J. B. Carroll presented a scouting report on Port Neches. Cm-roll said that he and to do in j Flash Walker had scouted Ihe In- that last 20 minules of the scrim-!dians In a scrimmage with Texas image against Milhy. I think they City last week. "We were unable main Rale nt Hopper Kield. "An- glelon has SOO new member* thin year, so we (ire selling ouf gr*| for IM [members," Sampson mid. Rot H(Wn U) time Friday. and 7:30 p.m. today and Wcdnex-!(h c [ nns W ere disappointed in Ihe day and from 2 p.m. until game : Exporters in Ihe scrimmage with ~" i Houston Milby Saturday night. "Tills is good." Cooper said. "You should know by now we don't try to win a scrimmage. That is not what a scrimmage is for. We used it lo look at certain hoys in cer- Club meeting since I have beenlj,, (mining toriav. Thov got Ihe coaching here," Cooper said, "and idea O f what they ' appreciate if. I am especially elated over the fact that this crowd showed up before we havej mado ,,p , hpir ™indg loirRmV'lio'ReiTloV^f'inforniRtto.^rnr. ""I'M ° llr f «T\™* lhi " R 8l>OUl "'" «lI «ld. "as the ptavrn. didn'l conld he the reason for the large Ow| ,er presented each player ' C^per pointed out that some otiS|Sv S*t\ ^ "".letic trainer „ ,.„. ,Lr» Hiamnnini.d m .!,„ ?'"- v Pll ' kn ^ «'ith cards bearing An estimated 250 persons a t- :ended the Brazospon Ouarter hack Club's first meeting of the ,-ear Monday nipht at the Brazos- From among an exclusive circle ;port Spnior Hi| ? n School Cafetor-Stain positions and to look at the ' * ' • • . (im ^.^ was |j ie largest crowd boys under pressure. an( j to ever attend a Quarterback Club "This allows us to know our W jl||meeling here. jweak spots and work toward cor- of four players—Tommy Davis Maury Wills, Willie Mays Frank Robinson — likely •merge the locksmith with the key to the National League throne room. F.ach of the quartet, making Exporter coach Harden Cooper introduced the varsity grid squad and the high school coaching staff, showed a film of the Ship scrimmage with Milhy held Satur- recling them before our firs! game Friday night. I war not disappointed in the way our boys performed in the scrimmage. I was disappointed in their physical condition. nkr* 5. NP» Turk :, night n^ 4.st. i^u^s. n innm«. night ; ?:,in Franci.sro 4. Pittsburgh 1 ,sturdivsnt s-s or Francis 7-!i /mu >r,,bmn is-iii. m«iii Buhl lO-lli al Los Angtlej (Wll!o. u , „„,„, ra«o s.u innings. Austin -of.s imai SPHPS -.2 Giants Close On Dodgers In National Race !strong bid (or Most Valuable scrim ™* e w " n Miln V nclri Sanjr " | Player honors, put on outstanding!'! 85 ' niRhl Bnd _ p . resentKl . ssrout ; i performances Monday as Los An-' iCeJcs. San Francisco and Cincinnati all won and remained 1-2-3 in that tight struggle for NL supremacy. Da\ns hit a grand slam homer and wound up with five runs bat- By 4EBRY GREEN jnanls on Ihe play of just one man. ! led n in j'V hP first - place Dodgers: Associated Press Sn"rta Writer;The key to the race is what the I^K.^SSS^.Si'S! I*™* CAP» - AU a. New other guys do." ! second-place San Francisco ara j!York Yankees needed to get hack: But it was apparent the other Mickey Mantle Returns To Yankees And They Win Major League Attendance UR By 1 Million * j By JACK STEVENSON Associated Press Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Biasing bats conlimie firing the San Francisco Giants hot on the heels of the Los Angeles Dodgers in this torrid National League race. Facing the Pittsburgh Pirates today in the finale of thr current Candlestick Park stand, the Gi,ants went after their seventh * l i ahead of third-place Cincin- in pennant stride was nati. " Wills' continued his assault Mickey: Yankees play better with Mantle there. They didn't seem like Ihe name and picture of each recipient. The message on cards read: for VALUE "Brazosport High School, 1962. Greatest number of participants in high school football in the State of Texas. This Is to certify that Exporter (Name of recipient) is working toward his vnrslty foot- i'l have numbers In Ihe scrimmage." CariDll pointed out however, that the Indians have about asj many pass plays as they do run- thpjnlng plays, lie said they were quick and their quarterback does a reversp spin almost evpry time. "Their fullback Is a power man bul Ihe team seemed to have trouble with their pass de/ense." Sampson said that 15 lo 2Ti persons would lie on hand at the!. King Edward AMERICA'S tAROEJr SfttfR tnvlociblt Dilux* 1 Imperial i Cigarllk ; Mantle. -,h "was"^.^ 1 ££S££\*" <"" h "-« *«y •» -« «swift rvvfe-r «h H i .,.^!again Monday'night. : ing the six games Mantle missed s«.ft Dodger shortstop P'^wedj Mantle ret(lrned to the lineup:since last Tuesday and lost a Sun- to 89—j an(t rev j VK j the staggering, weary j day double header to eighth-place 'Yankees with an inspirational per-'Boston. iformance. The Yankees, in a rare, - mark in baseball attendance, al-'!""" 1 "' """^ Sti " tr;>ninE thp have surpassed lasl sea-' Krr!! hy on "- hnlf K»™r- gate total with three weeks' Alrtla<i . v lhp hi s guns have un- tablished by the Detroit Hall of Famer in 1915. Mays, the majors' home run, leader, hit No. « in the first in-! ning as the Giants got off to a« quick start against Pittsburgh and held it all the way behind Billy j, " H O'Dell's five-hit pitching for a 4-1''"{,.. triumph «nit.. .^.n. i Manager Ralph Houk pirffed his Rohmsoo, last y^r s MVP, P ro-! c | Ra r happily and smiled broadly, vided the defend,ng champion | leaving the impression for vi up in their clubhouse out a 3-1 victory' over: the Detroit Tigers. their American league. games over Minnesota, i th l«o circuits have attracted^™' ~ York ' 1 " ri "= v.hen of the game and 3fith of the season. "Any ball club would be better Kwikeeze .Cleans Hard Paint Brushes Fast Just soak in Kwikeeze , and rinse. The trio include end r Coale: i tri-cap- ack Truman a defensive s Jackson gas—, won't see action after being injured in coming up with back trouble. Coale, who has seen duty for two years with the Baby Oilers, will play, as will Douty. "We'll be starting the greenest group of kids we've ever had to slart before," said Chastain. "Bul, we've always started slow. So, this is nothing new. However, we're going to bring a team down which will he entertaininp;, if nothing else. We may not score, but we'll be entertaining." established a National record, with 2,405,621: New York- Yankees 1,443.025: San Francisco : Giants 1,428,092; Minnesota Twins j 1,2-40,976; Detroit Tigers 1,141,640; | Los Angeles Angels 1,040,294 and i Chicago White Sox 1.024.92S. The New York Mets and Hous: ton Colts have helped hike attendance by 1,722,634. The Mets have ; drawn 867.838 at home and the Denver Broncs Take AFL Statistic Lead :that for three straight days the Gianls have pulled even with the ;front runners temporarily with early victories only to have Los , Angeles surge back one-half game ;in front hy winning later .ctiting ; have dumped the Dodgers out of ; first place. Willie Mays leads the majors in home runs with 43, smashing I one in the opening inning Monday! .to provide southpaw pitcher Billy- jO'Del! with two runs—all he need- ; !ed as the Giants beat Pittsburgh! 4-1. home nins by Mawnd Hank A"" 1 " Peered Milwaukee 'to a 5-2 decision over the New York Mets. Houston and Philadelphia were not scheduled. In the American League, the first-place Nnv York Yankees whipped Detroit 3-1, the third-; P lac< " L"* Angeles Angels defeat-' eri second-place Minnesota 5J) on Dean Chance's one-hitter, Balti-i more edged Boston 2-1 in 12 in- : nings and the Chicago White Sox: nipped Kaasas City 4-3. Cleveland' and Washington were not sched-i uled. I we re there. But you don't win pen- JOSEPH L SLACK, D.D.S. Announce* fha Opening of his OFFICE For the practice of General Dentistry 1401 North G BE 3-1581 FREEPORT. TEXAS NEW CAR LOANS TERMS UP TO MONTHS DALLAS, Tex. 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