The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 12, 1962 · Page 9
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 9

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 12, 1962
Page 9
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BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TBXAS. WBO, SEPTEMBER 12. 1*« T H I BRAZOSPORT FACT :ers-Port Editorial—AoV—B6 3-3511—Classlfled—BE 3-2*11 PAGll An estimated MX) tickets „,.,mid Tuesday afternoon tar the nrnzosport-Port Ncches f m ih n \\ KnniP ft'-hfvitilori at Hopper Field here Friday nlghl. The tickets wont on sale al (ho ninin gale ticket booth at Inn Hold nl p.m. Tuesday. S (l«y at Hoppor Klold from 2 p.m. until Knme (Inn- (7:30 p.m.) Tickets wore holng nold Tuesday nffrrmxin in the mid-sections of HIP oust slnndn. A steady line of fans were at thf ticket wlndmv I mosl o* the afternoon. Some 2,500 season tickets had been sold up n .n.u.ivfn uvni;m lltlM H.v 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, when theiimtil Turmlny nljfht. ticket booth closed, the entire •west slnnds had been sold with II. F.. Hopper, alhletic director of the BrnzrwpoH schools, said the 1,000 Menrher scats thnt ran the general public Hopper saM.i be added to Ihe north end zone. The game will he the wason opener for Ihe Brazosport Sonior High School vnrslly gridders and the game matches the Exporter*! He-aim! a lough 11-AAAA power. Brazosporl ha* won over Port' Ncrhcs the last two years —Port Nechcs has failed to score both years — and the Ships have not. a home game In two years. Meanwhile, I- r e e p o r t Police \ Tickets for the Friday night n ime must be picked up personally at Hopper Field. No telephone reservations are being accepted Texas 1 Tommy York Injured, Out For Year o« <i H it .. ** '! ln that morn than twice ns many nn,l r, ,h T T "•'"""' ll '' k( '" i '""' hpn » '"''' lhis noilh end of the stands. , yc . nr than PVP ,. br(orp Am , Mmf , The tickets for the game will .observers were saying Tuesday i plans to^ ham'lTe'lhc'ia'rgc nm'nhcr he on sale nRaln today - 4:.TO to Ihnt the Brazos-port-Port Nerhcs of automobiles llmt will bring the 7:.-!0 p.m. - at the field ticket game would lie a sellout. The thousands of ftuw lo Hopper Field hnoth nnd will bo sold again Frl-' "Indium seals over 8,000 wllhoiit I Friday night. " ~ | Chief Lassitor is asking jfans use car pools to help wlthi ... , . . ,. , I the expected traffic problem and , York rpln i» rpd his knee Tues also maklni? final nlan« in mnn. " a y and W" 1 * ™ f 'or Ihe ,, AUSTIN <APt-The University to ffi Iette At West Columbia Seat. 21 WC Meets San Jacinto WEST COLUMBIA -Columbia tired to stand, you're too tired to Sdiool coarh Tex Kassen play " 21, a, West Columbia t o ANNOUNCING THE CAPITOL CAFE OP WEST COLUMBIA IS NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THE NEW OPERATOR IS MR. R. C. MUNSON — DROP BY AND TRY OUR PINE FOOD — OPEN 24 HOURS — men Wednesday with the depart-j round out their '62 schedule. ;iirc of end Tommy York because. The Roughnecks previously fac „« • removed their helmeln 1 game, on the field or This is the sign of readiness, also making final plans to man-}' age the traffic. A map showing Ihe suggested routes for fans attending Ihe. game and Instructions I from the Freeport Police Depart- I men! will be published in Thura- also had letterman guard iV^srEri-^""^ Columbia oncnrd their season knee injuries during the week, but should be ready for the San Jacinto tussle. Area grid fans who attend the Sept. 21 fracas will be able to watch one of the tew Texas high school teams that use the single wing offense. - . n last Friday night with a 12-9 vie H:A*I« nimi MHU i«?m?jinRn gijara -."j IH^IIL George Bnicks on the injury !ist! lor y ovpr Holing but not out for the year. He suf-j Commenting feerd a rib injury. Seven players turned up with game Kasscn said after viewing the Picking out the main reason for ^ the Roughnecks victory was made '"jrasy by the performances of Bo |Ringgold and James Ray Couscr. the opener,, Rjnggdd ^ ^ ........ ..... .„. ,™,,,,.,,.v,. ,„ .„„,„. e urne up w , ges were n ! day's Facts sports section. ! dysentery, Including veteran ends | ' r «nondous need of work on their !p B " n defcns Hopper pointet! out THesdny I Tommy Lucac and Sandy Sands ; blocking and tackling. i-ounty eleven. his charges were in their . , Hopper pointet! out THesdny I Tommy Lucac and Sandy Sands ; . llmt persons who have reserved ] arwl all-conference guard Johnny! "They (Bolingi were pushing us season tickets to Ihe Exporter Treadwell. None was seriously ill, i around Friday night when thcy ! °" home tfnrnev thla aononti *hr*tt\tl hnnrmrnc iMhnillrln'f hatra Vvirtn " l.n r , T ,:.1 r> t. ---- --Ro "S nne fl< center was outstand- " n defcnse for ">« Brazoria home Couser was the spotlight stealer pick t porter this season should these tickets up at the Exporter Ticket Office in the Bra- however. II caused coach Iterrell Royal shouldn't have been," he said. ' ' Start with 1,37 yards rushing — The Columbia coaching staff, 1 including a 70 yard touchdown consisting of Kassen, Buck Ter-jnin that turned the tide for Co. ,.ii _.j it_, „,„ wercl 1'imbia — four punts for a 41 yard t h € ^vcrsjjG, four out of seven psss iwrier IICKCI uince in tne bra- ,„ „ „„ i,,.,^- _,,.„,[„„ consisting 01 K-issen, Bu zosport Schools' Administration! 0 ta " °" any " lrthOT momin K rell, and Holmes Ellisor. Building in downtown Freeport by workol "s- There will be only one [exceptionally pleased with .„.. „_. „._., ,,„„ noon Friday. Tickets not picked training session daily from now i physical condition of their ball i completions, all in the Roughneck up by that time will go an sale tojon. club. go ahead touchdown drive, and it Kasscn pointed out that during all adds up to Couser, and a Co- time outs, his team remained on ilumbia victory. Iheir feet, never yeilding to the i Facing an open date this week temptation ot dropping lo Iheir, the Roughnecks have been put knees, which is custom or. most : through some brisk work outs j !K *«' lho >' tcams - : Two starters, Tommy Marshall! The theory being. 'If you're too, and Roscoe Sweeny have received ( HOW OO YOU T LIKE IT? WITH THE MONEY VOU MEANVOU'O RATH EtZ HAVE THAT PA fi WOOD COME SEE THE PRETTV NPW HAT I BOUGHT ) TO PAY • j-S THE USA. WILL HAVE THE EXCUUSrVE SERVICES OP THIS MACHINES GEM US.? -BECAUSE HO ONE CAM BUILD ONE UKE IT AND,TO MAKE SURE NO FOWISN SOVERNMEMT CAPTURES US, AND PORCE5USTO BUILD -WE'RE TAKINS THIS LITTLE PRECAUTIOM.C' BOTTOMLBS4 ANOTHER OKIE RT NO BETTER THAWTHflT? HE'S DEENTHRflSHIN' THRU TH'COCKLE- BURRS ' BRlflR PATCHES MV WiPE-MATfTS A TAKIN' ) DRWIN 1 LESSONS/ VWHrtTOW AIRTH HAPPBNT TOVORCMULE, RtOOUB? MOW ARE WB 0OIN6 TO F1NPOUR WAV RACK TO CAMP? Wed.-Thun.-Frl. Cecil t. DE Mllle'i "KING OF KINGS" NEW CAR LOANS TERMS UP TO .MONTHS THE FKEEPQRT i NATIONAL BANK CENTER ONE BLOCK NORTH OF NEW BRIDGE ON OLD RIVER 308 SOUTH A FREEPORT Cooper Lisf s Probable Staffers For F/rsf Tilt Cnach Harden Cooper took his , Tuesday before the season openet for the Ships at Hopper Field I Fri- the Port Kcchea - The probable starters ai listed ^^r are M fol!ows: 'P"* 7 T ,'' U . IP " 1 Frankx Ptely ' P- «• Howard - LADIES VINYL JACKETS Pastel Colors Double Bed Size Heirloom BED SPREADS In White Only Cooper listed a probable staring lineup Tuesday for the Friday night tilt. TVc coach listed no ser. ous injuries among the Exporter i 'quad. ! Puppy Game Postponed Ladies & Girl's NEW FALL SWEATERS $188 1 UP LADIES FALL HANDBAGS 94' LJ LL Group Elects New Officers SWEENY 'Sp) - The Sweeny! Junior High game with Dulles scheduled for Thursday night has been postponed according to Puppy coach Buddy Hopscn. j The game will be played on j Nov. S, the last game of the season I for the Sweeny Junior High grid- I dors. I Hopson reports that 41 grid j candidates are still out for the LAKE JACKSON fSp) — The Sweenf ninth grade team. The Lake Jackson Baseball Associa-1 Puppies open the season now a tion. the parent organization of j «wk from Thursday against We* the three Little League leagues Columbia's Roustabouts at West here elected new officers for the Columbia. coming year Monday night. : A new slate of officers was nam- , I i i T ed with the exception of an urn- i AHgletOn 1831113 PI3V pire-in-chief, two field managers and a secretary. i ANGLETON (Sp) -The Angle- The new officers are: | ton Junior High gridders and the PetcSchumm. president- George' An?Ieton Hidl Scho ° I B team j Ferguson, vice president- Rav Start thc 19K! footba » season! I Harper, treasurer; and F. H Nor- Thursda y- Both tean « play s t fll. finance chairman. I ^ Porte The organization meets the first ' ^ e i" nlor high griddsn play Monday evening of every month in ' at 6 p ' m - ara1 the W Sh school B the Lake Jackson State" Bank An. \ »™ms meet ta a 7:30 pjn. con- nex - 'test LITTLE BOY'S BATH ROBES C BOY'S IVY LEAGUE WASH 'N WEAR SLACKS $ 2.22 MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS S 1 OTHERS 2 for $5 BETTLI BAILEY, IP YOU 6EB TH« NEW OAftBAGB COLLECTOR DOWN TH' STREET... ...PLBASB TBLL HIM IT'S NOT NECESSARY T 1 STOP AT MY PLACE UNLBSS 1 CALL../ ASOUT 6SRUH tVAU, THE SPACS KACS wees- is TEN A(£!> sMKpe TMH you/ i^ GORDO BOY'S & MEN'S JACKETS Just Right For The Football Games. $<)88 2 TO $10.44 MEN'S & BOY'S FELT HATS ALL SIZES $ 1.9 THREE BROTHERS- Where Your Money Buys More SOFT KLEENEX 40 ore Count ZlO RINSO BLUE Giant CQC . Size 03 S3VIALL GRADE A EGGSoo, 19 C HAMBURGER ME AT 3 Lb ,T FRESH DRESSED u.,29' POTATOES BORDEN'S INSTANT 31' LAYS POTATO CHIPS 4hll 25 c C-ii • LITE FLUFF BISCUITS LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE BREAST-O-CHICKEN TUNA 44 Oi. 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