The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 15, 1959 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, October 15, 1959
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THE BRAZOSPORT PACTS Two 'games d6t tbhight's dfulf Coast Junior High f66tball, conference program in the Braz- ospoft area, while a third game' Will be staged in Angleton. take Jackson will host Bay City and Freepprt makes the short trip' down Highway $88 to , Clutefor the all-Brazos- t>prjt. contest. , Sheeny wlit : move into Angleton to battle the league leading Wildkittans to round out the three game slate. Alvin has an opin date from cori. !«rence wars. •' • All three games tonight will let underway at t p.m. The Clute-Freeport game is :on!ght's feature attraction as t matches two bt the top rated elevens. Roy Anderson'* ttsd- LAKE Jackion anglar Cail R. Lewlt haldi up the two large reds ha recently caught while fishing off lh« Quin- lanna Jeiiiei.' "Six year old Carl Jr. li ihown between the Jtwo reds, which were 22 and 26 poundi. Albert F. 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LOW-COST LOANS $60 TO $1,000 On auto . . . furniture . . , or your signature Loans made to resident* of nearby.towns-pay by mall Licensed and Supervised By Texaa Banking Depart* ment .,_'."• COME IN CONFIDENCE TO GUARDIAN Come in today and let on explain this modern way of getting money . . no obligation. > -.:. OPEN MONDAY 9 AM TO 6:30 FM TCE8. Thru FRIDAY 9 TO 5 SAT. 9 TO NOO.l • Freeport, Tem " Dial BE S-359S ' ; '• 127 W. BROAD ST. County Lineup... Freeport, Clute In Jr. Feature U, Freeport Split Grid Twinbill Freeport and Lake- Jackson split their recent football twin- bill as Freeport won the' 7th g.ade game, 12-6, and Lake Jackson took .the 8th grade contest, 14-0, ...'•' Mark Raney and Kenneth Epps scored touchdowns- for Lake • Jackson in ' their 8th grade win, both going ' dome three yards. Raney added a two-point PAT. to complete the 14-0 win. The Lake Jackson-8th- grade, coached'by Bo Landers, now sports a mark of 2-0 in conference play. Ed Tisdel's Freeport 7th graders used a storybook finish to gain a narrow 12-6 victory over Lake Jackson. With the score tied at 6-6, Freeport faced 4th down on tho Lake Jackson H with 12 second' remaining in the game. Dale Box passed to Tim Duning on.the 4th and 14 play and the pass went all the way for the winning touchdown. Lake Jackson received the following klckoff as time ran out. Bascillo Moreno accounted for the other Freeport score, as he broke up the middle,' 1 and raced some 65 yards, this In the third quarter. James Conlee climaxed a 60 yard Lake Jackson drive, thai carried over .into the second quarter, .when he pushed over from the one. ; •• . > i»j >i , • i t i ' Kins ark 1^0-1 in'league rounds while Bill Mbrrow's Cougars are 2-1. Lake Jackson t and Angleton ire 1 Both two touchdown fav- irltes 6v«r Bay City and Swesny,.,, , ,,...• ; 'Angleton holds 'a perfect 3- raling,1n:leagiie games, while dt'' Lake Jatksbn and Free- orV are 1-fat, These two Bra- osport els^enS played each »het 16'. a 4-8 standoff. lYeeport will host Angleton i the' spotliiht contest next week. 4 -- '•••••• . ; FKmvthe Junior High line- tenlght', ttie county football eti.-e. shifts 6ver to the var- ity elevens; oti Friday for a ull slkte of games. Only the Angleton-Alvin and DSribury-Vah Vleck games will e held- inside tfe Brazoria bounty: lines, ! as Brazosport, West 'Columbia and Sweeny re all .Involved in road trips. Angletpn pay's a visit to Alin ,in i non-district round, 'hilft Danbury's Panthers host ^an.yi^tlc in a 34-B contest. Harden .Cooper's Exporters «*' their, first win in six tries "r'diy wHen they find them- eH-es ^playing the Spring iranch Bears in a District 12- General Electric Electric Dryers "All New" General Electric DRYERS Clute In 7th Grade Win Over Sweeny, 12-8 Clute's 7th grade Cougars accounted tor a 12-8 victory o er Sweeny's 7th grade in i recent conference, football con test. Joe Danford's winners scor ed just as the first half ended when Steve Kerr completed s 30 yard pass to Mike Millstid Time was already out in tht half when Millstid crossed the Sweeny goal. Sweeny came.back In the 3rd period and marched to their score, added the two points in a PAT attempt and took 8-6 margin. . Clute added the winning six points in the third period when Johnny Osbum dashed some 3 yards. Don Gibbons, Rene Martinez Larry McDaniels, Billy Wil< and others played outstanding games in the line for the Clutt 7th grade. Angleton's 7th and 8th grad teams will travel to Clute on Tuesday, Oct. 20, for a footbal doubleheader, starting at 6 p.m with the 7th grade game. In *he,'26-AA loop, West Co- umbia 'hopes to make it two n-a row and at the expense of Edna's hosting Cowboys. Sweeny rules a firm pick to ump wlnlgts Needville in still nother 1 game in the 2S-AA roundup. All five Friday night games aye 8 pjn. kickoff times. The Alvin-Angleton contest s the single non -district at- ra'Mon planned this week. Alvin opens 12-AAA play next ^rirtay by hos«n. El Campo, while Angleton goes back to he 25-AA wars in a date with Channelview. that coming in he.Wildcat stadium Brazosport, Ansleton, Alvin and West Columbia all have "nome garties • next week. The -Exporters host Texas ClW > fJVfhnelylew is at Angle- on,' El -campo at Alvin and Needville, at ; West Columbia Sweeny'has an open date and Danbury s goe*<to Orchard. oGolf Tourney Has Fri. Deadline All 'BrSzosport and Brazoria County golfers that'have plan ned on .taking part in El Lagu Co--ntry Club's partnership best-baU Golf Tournament on Saturday and Sunday should remember the Friday deadline Upwards of 60 golfers from throughout the area and Gul Coast are expected to tak part in the Oct. 17-18 tourney which will be a 36-hole even The entry fee s are $5 pe golfer and the entry deadlin has been set up as Friday, Oct 18. . Golfers may form their own twosomes or foursomes on Sat urday and play anytime durin the morning or afternoon. How ever, on Sunday the tourney field will be divided into flights and starting times will be given ;out Partners will be arrangec for golfsrs that do not hav an'-me they would like to play with. The sum of handicaps will bs' used to place glpfers I: flights, this coming followin Saturday's 18-hole round. The top three teams in eac! flight are expected to receiv merchandise awards. In TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED NOW! HOMOGENIZED •NO MIXING • NO STIRRING • NO PAINT ODOR • Childproof • Scrubbafele Your NAPKO 'dealer in Braiosport FREEPORT 623tW, Broad LUMBER COMPANY : mz-m* Braieapori and Brafcoria County, Texas, Thur a., October 1$, 1969 Facts Football Forecast .Last Week's Record Season Record 6th Week Oct. 16—17 Games Sp. Branch ys Braxosport Alvin vs Angleton ~ r Needville vt Sweeny, Edna vs West Columbia" Gal. Park vs. S. Houston — -E- \ < i i Texas City va Baytown Arkansas vs Texas ~~~ Rice vs 3 M U Okla. St. vs Houston Baylor vs Texas Tech T C U vs Texat ; A&M~ Alabama vs Tennessee Qeo. Tech vs A^burn~"~ Qalveston TB Marshall"" Mich. St. vs Notre Dame H. E. Hopper Braxosport Angleton Sweeny West Columbia Galena Park Baytown Texas sjitr Okla. State" Baylor T~(fu~ Tennessee Geo. Tech Galveston Notre Dame Spring Branch Angleton Sweeny West Columbia Galena Park Baytown Texas S M U Houston Baylor T~CU~~ Tennessee Geo. Tech Galveston Notre Dame T. A Selman • , t 8-6—2 Brazosport N Angleton Sweeny Edna Galena Park Baytown Texas SMU~ Houston Baylor T~C~lf Tennessee Geo. Tech Galveston Notre Dame Virgil Eikenberg 46—27—3 Brajosport Angleton Sweeny idna Galena Park Baytown Texas SMU Okla. State Texas Tech Tennessee Geo. Tech Galveston Notre Dame "I TNP» Bill McMurray Spring Branch Angleton Sweeny , West Columbia Galena Park Baytown Texas SMU Okla. State. Baylor TCU Tennessee Geo. Tech Galveston Notre Dame College Football Lineup... Br Uniled Pren International North Texas State, rolling tlong unbeaten and untied and >ack atop the Missouri Valley inference standings'where hey finished a year (ago, take Ime out to play, a service team his week in one of the top non- Sbiithwest Conference football games in the state. ' The Eagles, who scorned he handicappers by thrashing Cincinnati 21-6 last Saturday on the road, will host Pensacola Naval Air Station's Goshawks at Denton Saturday night in search of their fifth straight. Houston, the state's other Missouri Valley member, travels to Stillwater against Oklahoma State after bowing to the Texas Aggies 28r6. In the Lone Star Conference, where Lamar Tech fields the state's only other perfect record eleven outside of Texas and North Texas, none of the three co-leaders face each other. La. mar Tech entertains Sul Ross at Beaumont, Southwest Texas plays S. F. Austin at Nacogdoches and Sam Houston plays Eagles Rolling tunned East: Texas at Commerce. In non-league games, Texas A&I hosts Arlington State at Kingsville and Howard ^ayne entertains Abilene Christian at Brown wood. Last week, A&I shocked East Texas 7-0 and Southwest Texas :ell to McMurry 20-7 to blem- sh those school's records, for the first time. •(•'•. In.other Lone Star activity last week, Sam Houston bekt apward Payne 13-7 andXamar Tech nipped S. F. Austin 7-8. Sul Ross was idle. In.the Border Conference, all games are against outsiders with West Texas State's clash with Mississippi Southern at More Sports Page 5 ... A,) Canyon the top offering. Texas Western, which beat "West* Texas 13-12 last week, plays Trinity at San Antonio, and Hardin- Simmons, 35-6 loser to Georgia, travels to Tulsa. New Mexico . State, which downed Trinity 20-18 last week, is idle, whilei Arizona plays New Mexico and Arizona gtate meets Colorado State. Aside from idle McMurray, the state's independents will be active this week ; with 'Austin College at Southwestern of Memphis, Term., Corpus .Christ! at Fortales against Eastern New Mexico and Texas Lutheran at PineviUe against LouUiant Col lege.'Other resulU-lait w«e> saw Austin College beat Ouaeb ita 35-0, Corpus. ChriitiupM Louisiana College 13-7, Arlinj ton State lose to Northeast Xov isiana 26-21 and Atllena Chrlj :tian .bow''to. 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