The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 13, 1959 · Page 5
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For victory - : hungry WC It was a "must" win as it snapped a fiVe game losing streak and leveled out the Kougn- necks District 26-AA record at one and one. While the Roughnecks were breaking their pigskin drouth of 1959, the Brazosport Exporters were not having that 'nd of success, By dropping t 14-8 date to 50 Attend Brazosport QB Meeting Around 50 Exporter football fans turned out for Monday's "Ladies Night" special attraction held by the Brazosport Quarterback Club. QB Club President T. C. Sel man. Brazosport Athletic Dlr cctor H. E. Hooper and the Head Coach Harden Cooper had parts on the general nrogram Storm Squad coach Jame Cox, who has been scoutln Spring Branch, gave a com olefe scout report on Brazos oort's next grid foe. The Ship will travel to Spring Branc tW« Friday for an 8 p.m. cla'sl On the South Houston gam which the Shippers lost, 14-i for tholr fifth straight loss thi. vear. Cooner ca!1»d the often* "spotty" but said the defense HH a "(rood job". The Kxnorter rln<nrmsi*r „ so said the overall team 'look ed better" and ,h'ad "playe '"ell enoneh to win". The Shi defense allowed but four firs ''owns, hut the Exporters coul never mount an offensive a tack after havln~ "nod flel position several times. QB Club president Selnm announced that the next me* in«, set for Monday. Oct 1! would be held at the Clute Jun lor Hieh School Cafctvl*. an it" would be "tfoV. 2nd. LOWE8T.PRICED UOHT AMD MEDIUM Priced lowest of the leading makes* NEW FORD TRUCKS"6C with cnmn CAS IAVWGJ . airinn WRAIIIITY ainnii miAiiurr . atnnio IOWIST pnas IT Ste B«Mt DUIY-MMM ma» M !• IUMM MK Aid Iwt «M N>« I*, frit, dMi Wlf.Xxi S^IMU. I«W.,| N** ».«» mm njU IraiM, n*v l««g«r.laiNii| Wgkw, T«i tf» *• U* ol th* MW in 1960 Ford Trucks. And economy backed •.!.*. 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MairiuMi GVW, JI.OOO *. •« . 1 1 illlid »»tKi>Mo. <J*. hMri f Clyde V. Lee Motors Curry Motor Company Angleton Motors, Inc. West Columbia, Texas Fmport, Texas Angleton, Texas ran their winless string to five rtraight for 1959, eight stralgnt for 1958-59 Or two straight in District I2-AAAA play. Brazosport, along with Alvin *nd \ngleton, have five game* remaining this season, while West Columbia, Sweeny and Danbury have four foes left on their 'S9 schedule. Danbury joined West Co- lumbla in the winner's circle last week, as the 34-B Panthers picked up a narrow 14-J non-district victory over Sheridan. Out of six county games last Thursday and Friday, three of the scores happened to be 14-8, Brazosport lost to South Houston by that count, while Sweeny fell to Edna in a 28- AA contest by 14-8. Then there was Danbury's victory Conroe used a block punt to pin an 8-7 defeat on Alvin's hosting Yellowjaekett, while Angleton and Deer Park played to a 6-8 deadlock to round out -he county lineup. The Angleton - Deer Park match was oerhaps the most important game Ijp the county and that tie will no doubt have a lot nf bearing on the District 25-AA race. In the closing minutes of looked 1ike°the m °w^nh| d ng W TD march, but fumbled at the four "ird line on second down and Four Wildcat fumbles, two killing TD drives of their own ant! one setting up the Deer Park score from only 19 yards ut, helped Deer Park gain tin e. Out of the six county entries, nly Aigleton is playing over 00 football as Herman Hoore's Wildcats have a 3-i-I )«rk; Next in line is Danbury II even at 3-3. The remaining teams are ;ell below the .500 mark. or the season the county mark stands at 11 wins, 21 osses and one tie. Brazosport, Sweeny, West olutnbia and Danbury all ave district dates on tap this ireek while county rivals An- leton and Alvin square off in non-district date. Brazosport seeks Uieir flrjt CURRENT DIVIDEND More Sports Page 6 12-AAAA win and their initial victory of the season.by going to Spring Branch, Sweeny will be at JSeedville, West Columbia' is at Edna and Danbury hosts Van Vleck. West Columbia, a team that have apparently "found" them selves, rates a slight pick over E" 1 ' i, Sweeny is a two TD pick over wlnless Needville and Danbury is rated over Van Vleck. The Angleton - Alvin contest is called a tossup, white Brazosport is a slight underdog to Spring Branch, mainly after the Bears were blanked by Texas City, 33-0, last week. In the area scoring race Angleton's Barry K«rr held th top spot but failed to scor against Deer Park. Kerr ha accounted for 32 of Angleton'; 11$ total points.' With a touchdown and fou points on PAT attempts agains Wharton, WC's Robert Jenk ins pulled into second plac with 22 points.. *• ' '" Quarterback Larry VonCan non scored two times against Wharton and he was tied wlih teammate Payton Dorsett, Angleton's Billy Killough and Sweeny's Billy Wheeler with 18 points. OPEN UNTIL8:P.M. MONDAY-THURSDAY-SATURDAY FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE. if IDEAL POLYETHYLENE PLASTIC GIANT ATOMIC CANNON NOW THRtf WEO. "THE YOUNO Philadelphians" PAUL NEWMAN BARBARA , RUSH for tHJOYMtHT King Edward 1 A/MHICA'I UftOKTHUM Invlntlbtt Dilu.t 1/1J« Imp.rlol «< Cigar!!!* J/W« TRY TACTS CLASSIFIED ELECTRIC DRYER low-Cost Dry* "" DitlVM Safest for all fabrics-dries with velocity airflow. Crias-cross tumbliii, j,™ ''' giv ™ % (asler dryinff - 1Wb - "pwHy. "~"s33kS3il SPORTVILLE WHAT WILL BE THE VALUE OP MY VS/ILL MY PRESENT LIFE INSURANCE Provide for my Estate Taxes? Pay off our mortgage and other debts Insure the education of our children? 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