The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 14, 1959 · Page 9
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, October 14, 1959
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Page 10 THE BKAZOSPOE'f FACTL Beene, Long/no Moved Up. Braao8)foit anq iuA2oxia Ctouaty, 'lexaa, Wed,, October 14, 1969 •>•" Exporters Hope For First Win Against Bears ^^^ ** ' ' * * " A Still hopeful of breaking Into the victory column, the Brazos- port Exporters ma*de a few additions to their varsity lineup 'this week perk up a sagging offense., . , ,-.••• A couple of backfleM performers off the Junior Varsity were moved .up to the varsity squad and both are expected to take over'starting roleS or see considerable service Friday. On Friday the Exporters take the field tor the sixth time of 1959 and will be seeking"their initial victory. RETURNING To Iho Braiospori Exporter squad after a two-week layoff ii tackle Bobby Lowell, above, who got lick after the South Park game and mined both 'the Galena Park and Souih Houston rounds. 1 { I I ANCE SATURDAY 9 P.M. OCTOBER 17th. t - '. • • i •' • ,.;-•'.-, to the music of... ; * Rosie and h^r""Country"cfais J *'-t«£S ROBERTS DRIVE -IN , NOW OPEN UNDER THE NEW MANAGEMENT " of Peg and Ken Schimming OPEN 10 A.M. — MON. THRU SAT. .... OPEN 1P.M. SUNDAY LOCATED 2 MILES SOUTH OF ANGLETON ON HWY. 288 55 On Road.... Exporter JV's In Thurs. Game SELF-SERVICE SHOE STORE Both the Brazosport Expoi er Junior Varsity and Stor Squad have Thursday nig football dates with Sprin Branch, which serve as the pr lims to Friday's District 1 AAAA clash. The Junior Varsity will r main at home for the secon week in a row and play ho to the Spring Branch JV's in p.m. contest from Hoppe Field. The Exporter Storm Squa try for their first victory ir Ihree conference , games b traveling -to Spring Branch ib a 7:30 p.m. date with the Bea sophomores. In league rounds last week !he JV's evened their mark s 1-1 by snapping a five-gam winning streak of South HOuS U i, 19-14. Flash Walker's JV had lost to Galena Park, 24-8 'n the opening game.", South Houston handed th Shippers a 29-6 setback las week, in a sophomore contes while the Storm Squad ha been shaded, 14-6, in their firs round duel with Galena Park For Walker's JV's this week :he question of "who will b at quarterback" Is the big Item Freddie Beene, who dirpcfer he JV's'to their win over Sout Houston, has apparently movec up to the varsity,,. At least, Beene. was callin varsity signals on Monday an 'rom all indications will direc :raffic at that spot on Friday. That means that the JV' will be without a quarterback unless Bob Walker or Rogp McCary are dropped off th 'arsity front row back to th unior Varsity. While Beene held the varslt QB reins on Monday, Walke moved into that spot on th JVs and did the passing an ball handling. Halfback -byhn-liongirio was another'jarlter*VlirSlty grlddc moved up on Monday and thi peedster will probably see vat ity service on Friday. Still in the JV-fold and slatec or backfield roles will be Don aid . Strong, Robert Puckett Ton»nyh;JJedge,l,Gary .Smith Roger Dickey afld others. Dickey, a former Freepor unior High flash, just recent y came out for football am urned in a top flight job play ing in the defensive secondary or the JV's against Sout Houston. He picked off tw lasses to halt Trojan drives. Douglas Selman, Jerry Hor on, Don Crosby, Jimmy Ha mill, J. P. Lowe, Terry Box )avid Learnard, John Wilson, Jean White, Joe Cutshall, Her lard Corley and others wi told down jobs in the line >oth on offense and defense. For the sophomore' Storm 906 Gulf Blvd. BE 3-51SZ NEXT TO TeUtco P.O. Near HENKE'8 DON'T FORGET! any pair of 2.90 SHOES Pair For CmiJDRENS - LADIES FLAXS-TENNI9-BALIET We're Open 8 PM Each Evening MEN'S SIZES 6-U WOMEN'S U COWBOY NEW STYLE I WOTS $15.90 HIGH HEELS ^ JTABEOW & MEDIUM l A OQ *Q C OA Just the shoes % boy needs or -that look just me dads ',- -- . r'f Come in and look around . . Styles ' arriving daily We Have ft- Squad, coaches James Cox and Johnny Redden', will depend on the quarterback work of Dan Nicholson, Pinky .Anders and Charlie Poiid. .••'•'• Nicholson will probably start on offense, with Anders taking over on defense. Anders could also work some'on offense: ••.••'. Such running backs as Keith Forbes, -Jimmy McDougal, 'Max Smith, Allan Marvin, Tommy Sellers, David Risher, Leon Cotton and others will be in the lineup. , : Jerry Oliver, 1 - a 240-pounder, holds the line together,-while help will come from Joe Bell, Allen Meek, Terry Bond, Al Foerster, Tommy Lassiter, Jos Draper, Mike Sampson, Charles Gipson, -Allen Shaddock, Richard Miles and others. For the Junior Varsity,' this will bc-their last, game until Oct.'29 when they travel to Baytown, while the Ship Storm Squad will travel to Texas City on Oct.,21. Even after losing live straight games, Harden_ Godper's' Shippers 'stiff have a "'backlog : of spirit and desire that-coMd help them close out the grid cam-' paign in a sudden victory rush. Friday's fling to the Ships Will be staged in Spring Branch, Where the Shippers are the a District 1Z.-AAAA contest against .the dangerous Bears. • '•• ' '.' . •'•'. '' • ; ' The loop attraction will get underway at 8 p.m. Friday and is one of the few Exporter games starting that late. From Spting .Branch,'; the Shippers return home" to catch both Texas City; and Baytown in' Hopper Field'dHtes.'Alt _ trip to Galvestort, the Exporters will close, out the season by hosting Pasadena. •,;::. V 'In needed moves to add some punch to the offense, Cooper pulled up quarterback ,freddie Beene and halfback Lynn Lbri- gino off the JV's to the varsity squad. . - : . > \ These two gridders, plus tha return of offensive tackle Bobby Lowell, -who hasrmlssed-twd games, will have .the Shippers in top shape for theirr Bear hunt. . • - : ... --V-"" Beene is a passing whiz .of the JV's and should make the Shippers a dangerous air-mind- e'd threat. : Clute did The not Junior. ,'fr dm take part In spring' training and has : n o t been out for football this ,-ifalJ but only, a few weeks.- , ;, ; , Nevertheless, his: long-"fiiige passing 'caught the fancy b) Cooper and the 140 : pounder was brought up to'the var'sity. The Exporter offense has been the weakest link in the Ships five-game losing streak as Bra- zosport has only scored 34 points in'five games. ' Ship-Bear Grid Tickets Remain On Sale Until Fri. In next to lait load Irip of the icason. Braioi- potf* Exporter* tarel to Spring Branch on Frnday, Ocl. li, Jor a Diilrict 12-AAAA foolball a«me. " , . Kickoff Urn. will be » p.m., one ol the only Exporter . gimei itatiing that leie. > : , for the grid-duel went on iale at'the Braibi- Bu«ine«« OHic. on Tueidn and will remain on •1 pjn. Friday.,'••';•.-•.••,.'••S*;'.-"'.'• .::',.-. • ..-. • fani, iludenia and band will be on ihe west i CW and BW. Seait on the 50-yard line are for .rudent.. * dUl1 **" **"*. 3* : : n **£* « "^ For Br.ioiport fani planning on going Jo Spring Branch. '&£'• "? Highway 288 io ju,rout,id. of Almeda unJil '" " k Tutn lefi •* Poft and follow it « p*it Highway 90-A Jo Campb.ll Road. Turn l.H here and l»«d inlo Jhj Spring Branch Schpol and feoj Longlno is a swift movinj halfback that has.accounted foi several lon'g toucfid6Wrt Stampers for the 1 'Junior'VBrSityj thosa being 'from scrimmage, kickoll returns or punt returns. The''Like Jacksdri speedster will probably be used as a deep back on punts and kickoffs anc also work some on outside pttchouts and quick-opening plays into the line; such as dives; ..... . ..- .. ...;, With Longino an>d 'Fore Brown in the backfield at half- tfack spots, the Shippers wil Pete Waller Club litleAtRCC ^Defending champion Pete Waller mfede It two in a row by scoring a 12-slroke iVlctory in the Second Annual River s ! 'e Country Club Champion ship Golf Tournament, The two-day 38 : hole rrteda play golf event was held a Riyerside last Saturday 'and Sunday and attracted some ,40 club players.; Waller fired'a steady 75-75— 149 for the _36-holes and had a 12-stroke 'margin over Jos Godleski and Rusty Koenig Who tied for second In the top flight. ,-.- '. . •- ••.--, Waller's 149 total score left him f> v e over par. on the. 72-7 —144 layout. The Lake -Jackson golfsr hauled in' the club championship last year. ;,, Godleski, had .an 80-81—161 while Koenig carded an "85 or Saturday, but chopped nine strokes off that on Sunday with a 76, also getting a 161 total. Riyerside CC Tournament officials divided the field Into four flights, using handicaps. , Vance Smith was the winner of the Second Flight, coming up with "an 85-82—167, while Paul Shelley was three strokes back in second place 81-89— 17(1. In the Third Flight, W. A Haggard was the winner, playing the Saturday 18 in 87 and coming back Sunday with a 91 for a 178 total. In second place was J. T. Hill, 95-90—185. "Fourth Flight honors went to Fran Overman, scoring a 9892—190, while Stan Ross had agios for the 18-hole on Saturday, trimmed seven off. thai Sunday for a 98 and a total ($.203, which netted him sec? ond place. > have a couple of speedy Juniors, f he-power will come from Cooper' ForoV.and Bob .Tale, the two thatihave been starting. Ford 'turned-"on the'Speed against South Houston in a 76 yard klckoff return for the Shippers only score. Noel ; McAnulty and Forest Clark are other halfbacks that could catch Service. • Pat Patterson, the Exporters top ground gainer, and Robert Sterling will share the fullback role against the Bears. The speed and power of both Patterson and Sterling give »he Shippers a well-balanced full- batik twosome. "•Bob Walker and Roger Me- Gary, the pair that have been working at quarterback, will n6 doubt see Service there this week, but Beene will probably be the starter, depending oft how he develops in workouts. Spring Branch will send • T-Spread at the Exporters on Friday; with the left end and right halfback flanked out some 10 to 12 yards. ; Lynard Hlnojosa, a 145 pound speedster, handled the quarterback chores in all of the Bear games so far but this dangerous runner might be moved to halfback for the bout with Br»- iTs WISE TO SERVE THE BKT d SAVE THE MOST! NORMil IUOGET BACON GROUND PURE PORK SAUSAGE CROW ROAST HOG MAWS FIXE PEAK ROAST #1 n i Mf*' ^POTATOES 45* PIG FEET AROUND STEAK LI). 83 MEAT COMPANY 114 H. «l||JL^IPW, TBAS SPKIAUBNG W CHOKE M£ATS CUT TO SUIT YOUI WE CUT AND WRAP FOR YOW m mm 'TS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Abilem lady Lost 25 Pounds 'Mrs. Toodler Goodwin, 802 Locust St., Abilene, Texas, rtates that she lost 28 pound* taking Barcentrato. •; And Mrs. Bob Lahey, BJBH Wagnolj* Street, Beaumont, Texas, lost 15 pound* taking Barcentrate, Just ask any Texaa druggist :pr liquid. Bareentrate. « the >ery flrat bottle doesn't show you ;he way to take off unwanted fat wfcly, easily and. without star«»"?*>. diet, return the empty bottle for your money back. ADV. bsport. Hmojosa is by far.the, most angerous runner In.the Spring ranch camp. When he works t -quarterback, the Shippers an expect lot* 1 of rollout* and eepers, aec6fding ' to Stortn quad coach James Cox, who as been scouting the Bears. ( David LaMont, ,165,- holds own * ,halftady0b$to» , ear* and is a- dangerous ip ecelVer, as the Exporters of 988 found dut. LaMont I* also fleet runner that can break , . < away lor th« "big play". Marry Turner, we, toi Hobert McAd»ms, 103, |lv«,iM Bears two top-fJIght defensive hands. Turner* the state discu* , champion, plays left |u»Ml «B offense arid middle guard on defense and Is the heart of the 3ear forward w«lK »' '*• ing Brahch'ltfsf theft.pp- v ' ».„, »J-D, last,w«ek, but'tfe expected to be in' top" fhtype for their- duel with' Braroiport . this week., * ' > ' NOW! HOMOGENIZED o STIRRING • NO PAINT ODOR >*|0hild proof crubbabla Tour NAPKO dealer in Brazosport LUMBER COMPANY FREEPORT 623 W. Broad BE 3-5266 ENTER THE FACTS FOOTBALL CONTEST EVERY WEEK APPEARING IN THE TUESDAY ISSUE DEPOSIT YOUR: EN TRIES THIS WEEK W.T. GRANT CO. , PREEPORT a -I 71 »yerage last week a'fter pick'ing 74 winners, having 22 losers/'s'ties. a r ' a r a SSn fqrecast ? Q ; ^ fo«/ weeks of the 1959 football seas " °odSe: .754. co » et:t v:? 7 taco «f .;*> ««. ,and 1 cancellation. ked b ««-- of '«5?* B hi3i" l i,i ending Oklahoma (1) - A The undefeated_lJniversity of Washington 'Huskies makethelr first appearance among the-top 20 this wrek. pidingupintheftgsppt. Their position with the select group may be short-lived BP^<wm Sth to VtK-place rnfcr'ery by up- by the .exact point spread predicted. Tte un; nd also undefe ? te d -.Arkansasithis Saturday to t - C ° nference V'T exas is %6rea again this;>in!ek by one u And another clash between undefeated teams squares off the Air Force Academy and the . University of Oregon Ducks. On paper, this should be a real heart-stopper? TheAir ^Fprce by just the trace of a jet stream over the Ducks. , ';- ;T" me^rrprce .w 1 * S- V"u ^ to , the driver ' s seat w tlle nation after a week's absenc^ wilfwhip Kentucky this week by 2S_points. 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