The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on January 10, 1961 · Page 6
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 6

Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, January 10, 1961
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fftgefl THE SRAZOSPORT FACTS Ships In Galveston Tonight To Meet Ball High Quintet Coach "Flash" Walker takes Ms loop leading Exporter cagori >. n.1 . L • ,. . "a" 1 nor wun pan lo Galvost"n tonight lor their „ „ „. . V third 12-AAAA conforr-n™ .-I ^ &•" H '8 h hns third 12-AAAA 6t the 1960—61 conference f>ume season with" the very wc " Ball High School Tornadoes. The Exporters go Into n,, 22nd game of the season with u 19—2 season record nnd a 2-0 district record. The Expo it-vs' district record is only mntchi-d by Pasadena, who has wins in district competition registered against Baytown's Ganders C64-- 44); and Ball High 59-48. Tha Ships meanwhile defeated Galena Park 52—17 and downed Baytnwn in a thriller at Brazosport Ftiday night 74-60. Galveston will go into the grim with Brazosport's Exporters i'-i~ a win and a loss under the! belts in district play. Before beta defeated by Pasadena Friday night, the Tornadoes won w. Smiley 52—28. Coach Bill Engle cf Galveston said early in the season that didn't expect much this year fi... his Ball High team and was very liberal with his praise for ,he Exporters. He saw the Ships in action at the Brazosport tournament, in which tile Torn-id.Kjs participated. Not blessed with great height, nor with particular experience, been performing for n have-not '.iuh, season. The Tors .von place in the Brazospurt An elimination Junior Division Once upon > time, there was * mouse called Funnyfoot. He was given that name because his hind legs dragged. He had muscular dystrophy. Now Funnyfoot and his brothers and sisters are helping scientists find the cure for this crippling sickness. Won't you help, too? You can do so by contributing what you can to Uvs MARCH FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATIONS OF AMEIIICA, Inc. 1790 Broadway, N. Y. 19, N, Y. particularly on the work of le'.t.v- men Walter JIcReynolds, jTrunk Howard and newcomer, junior Walter Sycrs. Syers hit 82 points from outside in a four-game stretch, set a thi"i»- game scoring record of 72 points at the Brazosport tournament a':d averaged 16 points per game in early third tournament. McReynolds was a choice ss quarterback on the Texas Sports Writers' Association's second all- state football team. He has a very good record in the bisKet- ball columns also. The Exporters led by Greg Caravan, Ronnie Pruitt, Bob WuU-.-r and Mike Prince in the scoring, have attained a brilliant thus far this season. Brnzosport nnrl Brazorla County, Texn?, Titos., January 10,1961 GALVESTON BALL HIGH TORNADOES. Exporter foes tonight on the Galveston hardwood, are pictured above, loft lo righl, Walter Lisbon?, Walter McReynolds, Coach Bill Engle. Walter Syers, Mike Cowan, and Frank Howard. Galveston has won one district game and lost one In two games out while the Exporters go Into ihe game tonight wiih a 2-0 district record, with wins over Galena Park and Baytown. Local Boys Participate Bn Big! H Golden Gloves Golden boxing Gloves tournament will be held lor three days, starting Thursday, in the Klks Club at Houston, it has been announced by Vic Driscoll, Gulf Tcast Amateur Athletic Boxing Commissioner. At least four boxers from the Lake Jackson Boy Scour Post 302 vill participate in the Junior iolden Gloves. Included in the 3olden Gloves will be Jimmy Jlair, Tommy Blah- and Do'ny "itreetman from the local club. Ten or twelve boys from the Lake Jackson club will participate in the 25th annual Golden Gloves starting Jan. 25th, according to Bobby Freeman of Lake Jackson. Driscoll said the elimination ournament for the Juniors became necessary due to the antici- lated record number ol entries or the 25th Annual Golden Gloves 5oxing Tournament which is sche- luled for a four-day run in tho Houston Coliseum starting January 25th. "We anticipate more entries in the Novice and Open Division >hi: we have ever had in the historj of the Tournament," uriscoll said 'I know ol some 150 entries ol this time from at least 16 and these may increase." Driscoll said there will be n least 60 entries, and maybe To in the Junior Division and iha all but 20 of these had to h eliminated before the main Tou:n ament. That will put only 10 Jun for Division bouts in the main Golden Gloves Tournament, w for championships of vario weight divisions. Driscoll pointed out that ai,> boy in the Gulf Coast area be- fween the ages of 10 through 14 inclusive, will be eligible to com pete in the Tournament. Weigi-u date and time will be announce at a later date, DriscoU said. Entries from the Junior Divi sion are expected from Harr. County - Boys' Home, Variatj Boys' Dub, Red Shield rioyj Club, Magnolia Boxing C1 u o Wharton County Boxing Club (t IS FOB YANKEES NEW YORK (AP) — Durins the 30 years that baseball writers lave voted lor the American ^ague's most valuable player, he prize has been won 13 times by a member of the Yankees. Yogi Berra and Joe DiMaggio are the only three-time winners lor New York. Jimmie Foxx also won the award three times. D^ troit players have taken the prize six times. FURNACE TROUBLE? FOB FACTOR! TRAINED EXPERTS TO DO SOUR SERVICING CALL US Tl 9-5726 CLIMATE P.T.mT^.P.BING Co. South Hwy 288 Angleton sMHKNiiiisiMsisiiiiiiai First Bond Payment Level Reached As Rambler Sales'Increase • 39th Straight Record-Breaking Month Means Bonds for December Buyers of Ramblers and "Mets". Now January Buyers Can Share, Too. Bonds are already on the way to the 34,324 customers who took delivery of new Ramblers in December (the 39th straight month in which Rambler sales set an all-time high over corresponding previous months). Metropolitan buyers also receive bonds. Both can share in future bond payments up to a cumulative total of $125(maturity value), as sales increase. January Buyers Can Receive Bonds, Too. American Motors' Customer Progress Sharing Program is retroactive and cumula- tive. If you take delivery of a new. Rambler or Metropolitan this month, you can receive U.S. Savings Bonds, Series E, with maturity value of $25 to S12S, as Rambler sales reach pre-set goals. Join us in putting the spotlight on the necessity for sharing progress with ALL consumers if the whole nation U to prosper. Ask your neighbor about his Rambler. Then see your Rambler dealer for the best car buy and full details on how you can share Rambler's success. Rambler American Deluxe 2-Door— America's Lowest-Priced Sedan Proved economy king, Rambler American saves you hundreds on first cost, gasoline, upkeep and resale value. RAMBLER The New World Standard of Basic Excellence O'BANNON - PIPER MOTOR CO. 115 West Myrtle Augleton, Texas Campo), Brazosport (Lake Jackson), Boys' Harbor, Golden M (Milby) and Rusk Settlement. Officials for the three-day Tournament will be announced next week, Driscoll said. The Downtown Exchange Club and the Gulf Coast A.A.U. arc ro- sponsors of the Tournament. Wi'l- don Smith, president ot the Rig 6 Drilling Company is General Chairman of the meet. Houston Gets Host Role For API's Annual Meet DALLAS, Sp., — Houston, swt'.v most anchor city of the American Footbnll League, gets tho host role lor tho first time 'ir nn AFL meeting nnd It will l>o the WR one, tho league's annuil meeting. In Its brlcl history, the AH. has made much of Us news ct tho nnnunl meeting— n year nf>, Oakland became the eighth !,>•>• gue member nt the Jnnum-y ip.<- sion — but this one Is expoct.xl to follow quiet, orderly lines. Tho meeting Is set for the Shamrock-Hilton at II o u s' on Thursday and Friday. It will fc- gin nt 9 n.m. Thursday In the Cnstlllan Room on the third flow ol the SImmrock-HilHn. In attendance will bo presidents of the lengue teams, plus several of the team general managers ind head conches, although »h» intensity of the player-signing push will keep many ol the coaches and general mannRoia on the raid. Items to be discussed «t Uic ncetlng Include: minor clumps n playing rules; playing schedules, both pro-season and aw- ar; a program for tncrchan.Us- ng various products under (ho AFL nnd individual team inslgn- as; report on the league office budget; final approval of rho ••hnmplomliip gnmc mitllt m.<l division of ahnves to the winning nnd losing trams; mitl possible revision of the By-taws. Although there nre no nnrtlnt- lar plnying rules under fire, the annual meet Inn is the place for any changes mid It wns nt tnst vrar's session ihnt lha (m-p^-nl conversion option wns established. "t-rngue cxpnnsion will ho rtis cussed," snld Commissioner ],,e Foss, "But Its plnco nn the ngonJa will not be hl R her than nny of n halt dozen other items." Although there hnvo been nmrv reports of the possibility ol '.ho Los Angelts Chnrsors, winners of the Western Division title, this past season, shifting to San Foss snld, fnr as I know, (here \n nothing definite." Transfer of nny frnnrlilir m the ITORIIC would require npmovivl of seven ol the right AKL members. At the meeting. Iho Commissioner will present K. S. Admin, president of the Houston Olleri, the Spalding Trophy, omlilumntlc of the league championship. THIS 'N THAT IN AH,. .W'icn Informed that n wire sorvirc quoted his salary with the Omln.i Tcxnns nt $15,000, E. J. lto..i-j shook his bend: "It's not tint much. 1 . . .One of the more highly lespecled pro football niithnc'lles in the country snld nttcr the AKL title game: "I liked two pl.iyors most — Pmil Lowe nnd Billy Din non. Lowe might be mviihor Lenny Moore. And Cnnnon — ,f the New York Glints Imd hcd him this year, they would iwvs won Enstcrn title.", more rave for Cnnnon, this frirn the k n n w I rrfgeable (I e o r g i Hlnmln: "llc'n n Itfctatvn fan hnll plnyer nnd will he onp of tv Rrenlmf In pro footbnll history. 1 . . . 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