The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 14, 1973 · Page 6
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Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, June 14, 1973
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t«R BR,UOSr«RT FACTS , Ht«r*d«y. June U, 1973 For 26th annual Fishin' Fiesta Jaycees project record registration FREEIMWT - Sonic 2.W.W anglers, a m-ortl number of entries, are expected to participate in the largest fishing competition of Us kind on (he Gull Coast, if not the nntion. here over the July 4 th holiday. The 26«h annual Frceport Jaycees Kishin' Fiesta will get underway at 12:01 a.m. Saturday. June 30 and run through 4 p.m. Wednesday July 4 COMPETITION will be in 32 categories and the contestants will be vying for over $12.000 in prues. including two grand prizes The "inshore" grand prue, with nine categories eligible, is a handsome ISr-toot Cobia equipped with a .Hv horsepower Kvutrude Electric and mounted on a galvanized Sportsman Trailer THE OFFSHORE award, with IB categories eligible, 15 a Penn li> ternational 80 Keel and Utircia Umndtah Uixl vsthMxl at $KW. In addition, winners in each of the 25 grand prize categories will receive a •silver trophy cup, an Amhawadeur 60W> m>l ami Garcia Red and a 48 quart Igloo Ice Chest Second place will receive a 30- quart Igloo tee Chest and third place a two gallon Igloo Cooler Til Kilt: AKK also prizes for first place in iwn grand priie categories 'largest crab, live shell, largest f»h, jmviulc oHstwre and juvenile inshore* and awards in the spearfishing categories. Family regutnttton for the Fiesta are priced at S6 ami include all children undrr ti years ukJ An individual rvgt.slriUion is $3 Jl'VKMI-KS MAY not compete in any category except in the juvenile category unless registered separately »* an individual, Juvenile* regtatemt as an individual may not compete in the juvenile category Hratotiport anglers can rrgwter at any ol several station* throughout the area, including Bottom Dollar Outer, Itrttljtw 1 Ut r tor Marina, Beach flail umt Tackle, Muchowhlch'ft Party lUwls, Inc , The Kmrport Inn, Minute Market. KOA Kampgrtxtnd, Jutrgr's. Western Auto Palmer's Sporting tioort*, Hwnsmi'v Himc« Mantva, Ca.»cu Manna and Army 4 Navy HKCHSTMATtONS fan tx nuufed t« 10 the Frwport Jayc<?«», Hox ttt?4, Texas,. '"'Ml l(M,-luiJr the fer. name, ail (rfeptoiw number ui*t raCvgury or Trojans nip ASU OMAHA. Neb <AP> Baseball dynasties aren't dead, j«sl ask Aritooa Slate, The top-rated collegiate team suffered a 4-3 loss Wednesday night to Southern California and (or the fourtft straight year the Trojans carted home the national coitegulc bas*hall crown Al.t KIUKH TOOl^S AT DlSCUl'VT PRICES! "We wt>re young and scrappy, Hit w* said *«• could play with anybody." said I'SC Cix»rfi Hcxl IVtitfaax. "Arxl that's the way »i- won it. We wrapped" Southtra CjSsJoniia. 51-U. didn t wow anyone *ith hitting, bui won Ac Wortd Si-ncs m its good dtfrttw awl by taking adMntag* o( !tw break*, "Throughout the garar, whenever it 5«*ra«i »«• msjtht be abJ* to sowc J £<-* run*, or break out. the-y cam* up with the super d«<en:sn« »4id Arsrona Coach Brock "Thty had a! k&*t suf>er lirierauve continued "Tbrtr play ihrwjghoul ibe proved to be the And an erxi oj dominance uin't in Final containment came frwn the arm o< wfihwnoff Jn( Knt-Jkc, who thrrw BO tut lull o^«r the ftiul HUT** and t'.»o-thirti» uuuoc* to Mvt> Uw victory (or Mark Bi»rr Reoiit. a !Kjphom«rt who a 4! l'5W oo 4 ba*krtfcuil •schoUr-ihtp. lypiitif* what cc5U%cv !e4m» havr to cotHtoJ with *twn tfc*y iaer ifc* Trujara H* 1 dxlJi t bivt i nso*E»l skxttSJO ill >ViW. ixtl when ciL'n-j ujxxs in A crucial Jim five " he Ki-irJie (Mtchrti out at a t*t> MI, one ou! Mm us Iht *t»th by 4j!.ir*:ng onJy a run on j wtW p<!ch and goi th* JiM) II c*st» a "We uaoted this lit!* vtr> badly." ci5fttina*il t)«S*3ux. who h-i.* coached r:jch! of trw nine Tro>tn» titSe ciubs CitiJocnw Irs itx fln( UR a (iocbie Hoy Smaliirj. Ken aa trrror sni({J« ami tw» in Sfc* iiarvl on doubles bj mi H«t«t!^a and an rrror by Sun 0«rvtl «t»rf ptlctw«- fkxat Stocuro BUY NOW & SAVE Quantities limited! TV. Ss room for ouf n*w 1974 M*gn*vo> nxxtatl vo buy w.« o« flee* Total Automatic Color Consoles with Videomatic and 100% Solid-State Chassis YOUR CHOICE WERE '660 SAVE-Magnavox Portabte Coior TV now from c»ntv Wilson shuts down Cubs '.for «.'Ufc» >» the 67 t »i,l.'icti !«. )«•« ii t •tain' 1." wat eeit.-iun in 1 !?-« HiiuafeHS VsSftm i t •iu:t.)i'7 tS'iT* '.Sac *'i^ftB $ i|.«P. ajftf. K'l iittiilii'^ t»»U, !!M*. ) »U, " «.»•*! Wiijwin. j*?j»j ft<i,( i RrvAsn t&gxf art SM Teenage Results Cotts kick B l.'Ufcw f«C OK* o^ funtfnf £ •* Ji.! <T4<*» '»*» |» IA '.*K n»H)j Strfo(«:, s,«.4 ttii "AfiSJt * tnjt fc»a»}. *C j<sij «.»•"£ -if :;« "ft)f'5«w i! -.Juvnn Sftte jtJJir S tfwtj luttrrt (<;< Ifw fatten Icbtfe drawi Uktn Krvtft Let Dad Relax On His Day... a not pock of six* HAMMOCK We carry a complete line of Buck Knives, Choose one foe Did today! BUCK KNIVKS GROVES ARMY-NAVY STORE 130 HO AD ST. FREEPORT BaNdocs pymsh Eiflts « 6-3 (fl * Hjtw lluih kafu« txtllt* with the ^Ufk« B>rcn Wofci*7 tolkctwl it* win with Uw IOM g*»n< to *;*ry hillrri (or lh« wtnn«r* were Chuck Wbllehurtl. D*vnl H»rr«tt and Mobfey whik the k»wf» collrcttd hiu from Jim Wtlliamt. Jim Strviru-on. Marion Boon* «nd Scott Jdfertai bomb Eipos The WJuta So* pocketed a t>3 win met the Expat in • Jr league Ullk Scott Hitches picked up ttw wlo with Billy MstuU tulferuig l*» hwt Lcadlnf bttl«rt (or the winner* were Ijiny TruufJJi, David Wtgley, Char let Croflwpa.w, Wayne tUiifimon •Ad Scoti HUdietui beadta* Kxpo* bitten were Steve Hkfcey. Kick Trtrlck Chock with us for all your sporting good r)««ds and sportswoar... Why not givo Dad what ho roalh/ wants I MEN'S TENNIS WEAR D<Mibir Knit Seuiiirrn UuuWr Knit Jkt«iit»rrn Comfort TKNVUS SIHlltTH C«atf«H TKNSls MllltTH l.iu >'«u> I I tun»: NEW SHIPMENT OF SHIRTS targe Seletliaa ut ttirn'i double knit pttUover tkirU in brauUJul aUilcilc futon., trrt* attk as wtU at the impute r loan ceUar witti TENNIS BALLS Ui:«. IAN li « «(i Brazos Sports t UNTKIl

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