The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 29, 1971 · Page 4
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Freeport, Texas
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Monday, November 29, 1971
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f»>> V-;- jfr u v ' r ff<(it» ' • *, " •• ' V:-i*JMr&^i rally ends win sfreak A fourth quarter rally gave Spring Branch Wcstchestcr a T9-t4 win over the Bratoswood. Buccaneers Saturday at Bratoswood for the Bucs first loss of the season against three wins. Bratoswood plays at home .tonight against Alvin with the ;l Clyde's DOUBLE KNIT SPORT SCO/ITS! 149.95 to 169.33 sophomore and junior varsity games starting at 6 and the varsity contest at 7;30. Tuesday night the Bucs make their first road trip of the young season as they travel to South Houston for a 6 and 7:30 • game. The Bucs led VVtstchcster. One of the top Houston powers, most of the game. West- Chester won the first quarter 18-15 but the Bucs came back to lead 37-36 at halftime and 59-53 going into the final quarter. "Overall we did everything real well," Bue Coach David iMiddlelon said of the game, "'We did turn the ball over too many times on their press awl we did have too tnanv fouls. THE BHA'/OSl'OIlT FACTS, Frcrport, TMIM. SPORTS Monday, November 29,1971 however, and that is what beat us." DOUR Allison paced the Brazoswoud attack with 20 points and 15 rebounds as the Ikies outrebounded the taller Westchester team «-2t>, Paul liartlett had 15 for Brazoswood while Arnold contributed 14. Haul Crane was the top Westchester offensive threat with X! points while Doran had 17. Brazoswtxxt hit 26 ol 62 from the fit-Id for a 42 percentage and 7'J per cent from the font line. Westcbestlw walloped the junior Bucs in the junior varsity prelim 78 38. Jay Luce d Briijoswood with *U while Bill Kw\\ twiil 15 ami Uicky Dahl 9 WCltCHMTC* Knit>,_th* rant comtoruw» jport CMI VIM will *wr wurl VirteMty «n*iM» ,lrtt. y»u tanl help but k«it frcal in (hit lw« bvttoK beauty witn nt w«}» notclMl Uptlt >iw bwp CMiltr y»nl. Som« in *itl> b|.imn* Md b*«t4 luck itylint-AU art in il« n*«*st pattern* »nd color*. (OPEN LATE THURS- NITS Clyde's UnUttoa Cmter FIRE EXTINGUISHERS SALES-SERVICING-RENTALS *iiYWU)ST.VnC TESTIX(i •ArllOOl) 8YSTKMS *UOAT SYSTEMS BRAZOSPORT PAPER & JANITOR SUPPLY 233-148 Bead departs WACO (AP) - Bill Bcall has departed quietly M head football coach at Baylor and the Bear board of directors has started lifting through possible replacements — Including Iowa State head coach Johnny Majors. Bcnll announced following Baylor's 23-0 loss to Rice Saturday that he would not return as llaylor'* head conch next season, after winning only three of the 31 games during his three year stint, He had two years remaining on his contract. Baylor Athletic Director Ulll Patterson released a .statement at the game sjyinn Hcatl'scontract had been terminated by mutual agreement.' Patterson said a selection committee would siarl coniluctwg interviews a* soon as puuibic. Veteran NPL QBs . back in saddle HyASSOCIATKDI'ltKJW Veterans Day arrived a bit late for National Football League quarterback* (hit year. Three of the walking wounded, field generals returning from summer skirmishes that had put them out of commission, joined the autumn offensives Sunday. Two of them won the battle* but lost the wars. For the third. It was just the oth«r way around. Joe Niwiath, exploding onto OKI scene In New York, los*«d three bombshells en route to a 238-yard aerial attack only to miM the mark in (he but minute as the JeU bowed to the San Francisco ttm W-Jt. And Hart Starr, coolly dim-ling the Green Bay attack, watched as hit committed tactical blunder* that sent the Packer* down to a JM1 defeat the hand* of the New Orleans Saint*. But Sonny Jurgonsen, marching Washington into enemy territory. wa» knocked out'.of action and.cwiM orUy watch w Hilly Kilmer barked the order* that carried the lledsklnt to a 30-13 victory over (be Philadelphia E*gl» In Sunday's other clashes. Balttmw* walloped Oakland 37-14. Cleveland beat Houston J7-W. Denver defeated Pittsburgh n>\0. Cincinnati stomped San Diego 31 o, Minnesota Miwxlwftd Atlanta J4-7, Buffalo tapped N«m England J7-3» and Si t.«*»i* swatted the New V«k OtonH 5H-7. In tonight's televtjfd ABC. t p ftt... game, th* Chicago fJ«»r* Amerkfln Cmtfeiwe* Kait- leading Doiptiioi, A» 61,936 (am wmiined their approval, Numath trotted tn la/rcpUt* M»' starter Woti l>«vf». Injured in the M*ond quartet, He |xot**dc<l to ««mw«t on U e( « pat**. tlKludir»g (MK-hdown* «rf HI ami » yard* to JtWi CMter and a » y»nVr to K»l (toll «ut with New Vwk MI S«n Fraoeiww'* 19 with hit the fcfld tone b) Jo»u«t> I I IMS*," ,S'amattt !»»! 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LAKE JACKSON LOOK & LISTEN SHOP 2011A PARKING WAY the tutiott'i tr4(UI "They «ni»t tw l<xAtn£ at our ptut rnrurd," VIK! Wix»Wn ol Ttw iVjwociatird l*r«a» jw<l Salurdij night, the HruiB* are r«builtiinit. Wooden illdn'l ciiM-v-l hi) team'i lup bdttnj! 'I'm very »wjxv«cd at that OIM.T wr wily hjvr nfvc ." Mid Cor»«h r*<frrw>s to wftior Hmry tlibtj UtXA r*v«v«i It fin* (liacs «o(m ami UO poinU fruni (rw paiwt at V> »p«jrt Wotxirn >•> atvujtumtil ID the No | rating Hit iranu won th# Th<r f!fuiru» l*»l im'ludifti: jn (itrr «on- but rated . JJ) point* and «4rvirn firm and -«|S thr««, »ml Ohio Suit «u «j;d rw wouldn't rum? 4 No t fritm but it h* did "it -would b« one o< t«r>«»l I Ihink trwrr'« tjoins to b< 4 nu<nt>cT of (t«sd tranvi "I rrrUtnJy tffl, a» t took do-in the tut. llut (h.«t trarrti arr atl vtry (itw " No»«ft C'ir<rfii«. Southern Cdl, Mar«juc«e. Ohm State liM-y 4 II have gw*4 groups erf returning player*. Mid Wooden L'CM and »JjU> ranked 3>Ur>Und. h* Mid, arr unpravrn HH .'-) n <iei< a > 1*4 itina M-XM rXiri ft' >w !H >li H I IJl r» i«« FISHING at-a-glance St'ItKSlUK and Tackle (Uhing is Christmas '»«•. oa (he U»ii» off (rr«tutt»tt ' McMtlkn. ami 1'Ct.A wpfofltorr lull ft fw{, W No t behind iteutten, " >h»uM Ut bi^hcf." Wecxktt W»l "J dr<UU!«<) fw« ttxy Hjaett tl*a<h* -«iU t* highic ri^hlh at St* «Sd e< tfw "A gond rtuecr at Sfe* t» ." Mid VVa;<4«-<s, " ^ !fxr l 1 *^ !.«•» Alowtap. Buc Boosters set new date t'Tuh fswiriSWMi? htfen&ikt! '.i}t J»*» tmtft catte****! ti dale Ivt bar. 4ftd Shtrarj Tl» Bftora. » t ofrn tlwtr i 4|[^iR«l TV CJi*ikt wtth t-*o Clute SB meet rescheduled tUflinx tjRtu . *t. 4r4 if, L'CIA emfrt . W lo and Krith WUkei, <4 *(* At lt» ioflitii f.»; *ifl '-a- toitsijM *il{ far SwW *j i >arjtjn.i;.i!:*ax .-./ Angleton Bowling MONDAY COLTU'Jl: S«»wft»»4a-»r» o« u-, «J« «fe«;*rx«- JS'-s \0'-t Otd f'ott* *r«l Auk*}'* ¥br*rt Sl'«p ^f<- Un5 MxnftnJ -*i!h r^th « 33 !? Siip Kwrnt^n (aA fc^fw *f>. 4 HO KuUi lth)M» M«l VH i.f; Vetmi CiitAJ.n !««(;«! » (or K\Kt.V HtHI) I.K-U.tT,; . *.-. i l<r an. AA4 Sc* Mcibn KM) » :n HI M.VKJiS MF-VS: TV- ««i "'•) Ihll Mill. Sr «n4pf.«tl up t lor 4 ««>in lie U> M\K|NA MLAbl'K: C j; Tim Kti ir.Jh* »-, ;rr ir l-)t — FiiJiing looks good evvrywtM-re for the next two or three doyi if the weather hold* out. Bridge Harbor »cnt out eight or nine boats Sunday and (hey had a fine day. Three or four more went out thU morning. The only thing < being caught Is red snappers, 'however. QUINTAN'A - The water look* pretty at Quinlana. Sitvptiheacb seem to be the big catch here. That was (he rule over the weekend. They hope to have bait sometime today. And AnriA Mo«ttrr hud IX)W A.B (' -. Sl>rnv« are t* Krtwren'i and Hag Arm* art? tied wish 33^19 fo» ih« H L. fiukrWirp»aJ2Jj{»jn« l> Hwhrtntir Sft tMN-l,'l'-t.KAf.VK. M A H »V4Sten? M« hj f r!> 4, fi, »S-H<i. (Jaylr* ^ui«ha*t «•!*. B«fly Ua/iScAUk |v*<i 277 B«ly WuJlam * HJ < - o<t<sn I'jllrrv^ A jjo |U, h»i (; 5I&-2I6 Ifamv Jsmisort a iSJ K«M- Vivar 4 ill Ji.l KDr)t««- Hi!) * iH 312, and Mar) }w HIT A MIS8: lli«h JIO. J«d> Ki/rr a a» J'awJ* J^mwon *»th in »»«ri«<- low^t 4 I6frl»l71 and pw>««| a W3 t«ira Tim thkcivm h*4 z»7Ji 61J Dana H«J4« a »4 KJ t)« v II«H**U tw<l ?itt-X» tta tf,) ItoonU- Mct'oy a IK»H»32fc«4 Kile) Sirtx-i a IU Jli JU«li COKJ-'KK IVH: Th«tma lloiursip) U»»|rd « u»> 44? j a >n<- Uierry a IgfrlSOSOJ Jud) VmrwttM! a ISMM Vjllk.- IfcwuM.rr W-516 RillictVacoiia t»4«, and Virginu lU»ia a IN V.f, Girls softball Auxiliary meets A meeting will t>e held to organize a Udiet Au^illiary (or Girls' Softball Wednesday, Dec. t. The meeting will begin at 9:30 am All interested mothers should attend. The meeting will be held at 124 Jonquil. For further information, please contact Mrs. Joan Wheeler 2irH7U, or Mrs. i'at Foster 297-33G7. Podiatrist root CHItOMU A DOCTOR AJ. WOLF wii.1. M ATMitornci m N. t.t't> HI. >n OM1IPMIWAY ALL DAY I'hoiw Z43 1)11 - Beach. Bait, reports that excellent at Bay and everywhere to general. The fall fishing is here. Reds are the major item here. DEER PROCESSING 3-BROTHERS OYSTER Qt & GALLON AISO FISH - SHRIMP & DRY ICE TEXAS SEAFOOD CO. 323 HVUJW FBEEPQBT

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