The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 3, 1971 · Page 6
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Freeport, Texas
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Friday, December 3, 1971
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q*y Braioswo ickon the f winning (rack last night |n the first.;round of tttc Lamar •Consolidated twirnanicn< .In *R'<l$nber£«nd looks forward lo tonight's second round. , "", IvInrX Hanson scored 17 .' points Vnml grabbed nine rfelxHlnds to lead the Hues to a Jtjf-53 .victory 'over Pasadena ,Jasl" night after a slow start. ' Ball was leading Dulles by 10 points in another game of the tourtwimenl at rmlfllme, Btaioawood Is stated to meet the winner of that game at 7:30 tonight., Starting slow the Hires found themselves on the slrorte'nd of a 11-8 first quarter score but n big second quarter allowed them to-go into the halftime dressing room leading 30-19. "We started real slow but we didn't lei them get too far out front," Buc coach David Middleton said of the game. "We pretty well had U In* toll by the fourth quarter." HUNT HARDWARE Great new styles short sleeve and long sleeve fashion fabrics of cotton, orion and polyester blends Brentwood CntKr PEN LATE THURSDAY N1G1ITS- Doug Allison backed up •Innson .with IS points and Larry Enell grabbed seven* rebounds. The Bucs hit M of 68 from the Held tor 41 percent and 16 of 45 from the foul tine, "The Brnioswood JVs arc also competing tn the double tournament and, they won their first round game M-53 as Jay Luce • had 20 points, Ronnie Stephens 13, Kevin Hnrotcl 13 and Dale English 11. Braxoswood's freshmen took a pair, from South Houston last night. The "A" team won 57-24 as David Hodge hit for 14 and the "B'Meam- won 33-17 as Rodney Lewis had seven and Steve Smith eight. The freshmen play Houston Wcstchester today at 4:30 In the first round of the Clear Creek Tournament at League City. Santa Fe sinks BP Brazosport's young Exporter cagers dropped a second decision to Santa Fo in as many games between the two. This one was in Ihe Hitchcock tourney last night by a 58-43 score. BraiosporI led at the end of the first quarter and the half, but a frustrating second half cost them the win. "The first half was the best half we've played all year," roach E. Jim Davis told The Facts. "We hit 56 per cent from the field and only turned over three times lo Santa Fe's- seven. "The second half was the most disappointing we've had," he continued. "We only hit 15 per cent from the field. That's the whole story." Harry Hobbs led the Exporters in scoring with 13 points and Mike Schrocder and Gary Gore added eight apiece. DEER PROCESSING 3-BROTHERS Dodgers get F. Robinson , ' ^^ ^^^' ' ' Itll . __l .1 hku fnr Ikl j Announcing A BIGGER & BETTER BURGER BOY! ...Bigger to serve you better! We have DOUBLED our seating capacity to serve our growing number of customers. SELECT FROM OUR MENU- HE WLY EXPANDED TOO! NOW SERVING; STEAK FINGERS-'95 : ^ ..-*! s Prank Koblnjon swc spf/fs By ASSOCIATKD t'HKSS The Southwest Conference managed a 3-2 split In in- tersccttonal basketball warfare Thursday night with Western Kentucky gaining a measure of revenge. The Hllltoppers were throttled 95-87 by Texas Tech Wednesday night and took it out on Baylor. Arriving an hour late because they bad lo rent cars and drive from Lubbock due to the snow, the Hillloppcrs hit a staling 56 per cent from the Held to whip the Bears SM-W. In other SWC action. Southern Methodist stunned Vandcrblll sm Texas A&M dropped Texas Weskyan 9ft- 72, and North Carolina blasted Bice 127-W. Terry Davis paced Western Kentucky with 30 points while Jerry Dunn followed with IS. Pal Keels was high for Baylor with 19. Adam West and Boy Thomas each added 17. Southern Methodist gunned 55 per cent from the field to scorch the Commodores. STEAK SANDWICH BASKET-85' SHRIMP BASKET- U 49 ^ FISH BASKET- 85* TRY OUR SOUTH OF THE BORDER HAMBURGER WITH JALEPENO PEPPERS! URGE KILIMAN BURGER-'IQS •-REGULAR-75 1 • 8 FLAVORS OF ICE CREAM • SOFT DRINKS • FRENCH FRIES! • ONION RINGS • COFFEE mam rrt NO unrfuarf o» CABBVING CMAHCE8 ^rfff^^^fmgf^^f Panthers fall in lidlifter The Oanbury Panther cagcrs dropped their first gam« of Ihe season to Van Vl«ck Tuesday night,«-«. The Junior varsity k»t a bard (ought coaint -II-3I. -, ID the vanity game the Panther* gave up an tarly had (or a *» ha»Um« deceit. The Paothm w«rc not able to make Ihts up and wen! down to defeat. Domic Butarwk led the Panther* with 19 points and 19 rebounds. Glen Shock and Herman Carethers contributed 7 each. The Panthers played (his game alter having only one practice. Conditioning seemed to hurt Ihe Panthers in the second half. The Panther* play the West Columbia Varsity Friday night In Danbury, The JVs at 6:30 and varsity at 8. Danbury'* girls will play in the Clear Creek tournament with Ihe first game at 9:30 Friday morning. I'llOKNIX, AHi, (AP) The New York Yankee* ami Tosns Hangars traded the tint shot before the crack ol dawn and by the lime the smoke had cleared there wan an army of playing talent swapped at the winter baseball meeting*. Such Illustrious troop* a* Frank Robinson of the Baltimore Orioles and Rich Allen ol the Im Angeles Dodgers were among 28 players who changed uniforms In eight trades Thursday, "We've been hesitant to deal Frank Robinson ~ (or four years, we've been hesitant, but we felt that with our outfield depth we could afford it better now," said Baltimore Manager Karl Weaver after shipping Robinson and pitcher Pete Richer! to the Dodgers in a six-player deal. The Orioles received four relative unknowns (or a big name outfielder ~ piu-hen Doyle Alexander and Bobby O'Brien, catcher Sergio Kobles and outfielder-first baseman Royte Slitlman. The stunning trade promp< led an explanation from Weaver. "1 know Ihe names we got arc mri known tw*," Mid Weaver, "But those name* will explain them»dm In a few yean. They took like they will fit Into the category of stare. "Whal we've dow b make a deal to insure our future." The Dodgers made Ihe pitch for Robinson while parting with the (coot-breaking Alien, who moved lo the Chkago While So* for pitcher Tommy John and inlirlJcr Steve HunU. This b the fourth team m four years for Allen, an outfielder-third baseman who hit ZH home runs in eight major league seasons. Personality conflict* forced his mov* from the Philadelphia PhUta* to the Si. Louis Cardinals in 1970 Itul manager Chuck Tanner Clute signs volleyballers The Chile Gift*' Softball AasociaUun will U> holding registration (or a votkytall league Dec. 4. Irwn I:W to 6:00 p.m, at the Ctute In- termedia le School gym. There will be Ihrcv age groups this year Instead o< but year'* two. Girls 10 to 12 years old will make up on* category. while 13 and 14 year okb. and IJ to IS year olds make up the other two. A registration lev o< 13 00 per family will be charged, and registration will be held on Dec.- U. and Dec. II. as well. Any iidull interested in forming an adull league should call Tony Sikw at WS- 5374 ur Jack Hopkins at »V SIB. Tile HUAZOSPORT FACTS, Fre«|MH, Texas, SPORTS FrMny, Decembers, 1171 of the Chicago White Sos doesn't expect any difficulties from Allen. "Richie U a wonderful person and a good friend as well," said Tanner. "The White Sox Judge Alien on what he does on the field. I know he's going to make us more exciting next year. He'* gotog to nuike our good hitlers belter." The major le«gue*t silenced Wednesday after dealing IS player* In two days Monday and Tuesday, broke loose Thursday as the Yankee* and Texas made a three-man deal twfore the »un rate, TV Yanks a«|uirtd Infielder Berate Allen for pitchers Terry Ley and Gary Jones, II was »lUt early morning when the Ranger* made » four-foHow (foal wiih the Cleveland Intliam - trading Ijey. Jones, pitcher Denny fUddktwrgtr and outfielder Dei Unstr for pttebm Itlch Hand and Mike Paul, out- fkldcr Key Fwter and eat- cher Ken Suarci. These deals followed in li|{hl«un<{ lik* order: —Texas traded catcher Paul Casanova to Allan** for catcher Hat Kifltf ™ Houston traded llrii bowman John Maybetry and inf(elder DdV* Cr»mp»anJ to Kama* City lor (atther* Jim York and Lance demons, lUllimofc made Ihe Kofctnaon ikal -~t,w* Angeles unloaded Alien, -The Chkago Whit* So* traded taftclder Rich McKinrwy to UK New York Yankee* lor pitcher SUtt Batsmen. - lot Angeles trot catcher Tom lUlkr to the Ikuwl T»«m lee ca»b atxi * pUjer to In- rumcU di « later date. Th* Dodger *cauWuoo P< Kotuwoti was Die bWkbuater. though. The J*.yc4f'0ld •tugger b one o< the lew men In baseball wtlh more th*B SM homers lo hi* credit and b the only player lo win the matt valuable player award in both UK? American and K*l*«i4l cinnati Reds lo the Oriole* »U year* ago has been Ihe talk of baseball since because the so- called "old man" led Baltimore, lo two World Series victories and four American Uague pennants, An MVP winner with the Hed* In IWI and with the Oriok* in IW. Itobiwon hit W lor the Crtek* but year Hb a homers gave him 9<a in mi a need at third base lor Ihe Infield-hungry Yankee*, hit M (ait *e«w<i wllh elfM homer* and 4« IUH. Urwer, one of the leagues toller-known outfielder*, hit ,JSS with nine homer* and 41 RBI In 1971. Tttunday'* madoip activity brought to 43 the number of individuals Involved In trade* since the utart of the mooting* tad Monday. A total of II trade* have been made among 10 (earns. It's Wittnauer Gift Time! Atten, », balled 496 with » borne run* awl W rum batwd in for Ihe Dodgers ton year, The While So* gave up * pretty good pitcher in Tom John to get WM, The wwthpsw had a «•!« mark with Chkago butt MDMA and ha* *«» M game* In *<w«n ma}* Bahmca. the So, 3 pitcher on the New Ywfc *t*U, H*d a I4-I J rwwd with » 331 earned n« average M«* y«»r The J*« year oW rigW'haader h*» * »• 33 mark to (W« »r»u*» McKtowry, who W c*peeied to STATI FAKM INSUHANCI FOU INSURANCE CAU tun turn U«M>il» !*••••*<» Cl* -^**• -^^- -^*- —• i<i >• ^ i,i n> i> c^>'Cj | CJ rn *_ri 'f Awy * color TV Mil ywstti ttetttontttidon of { Insta-Matic COLOR TUNING or MOTOROLA His trade from the Oft< >*> PRESCOTT'S Announcing THE OPENING OF OUR ALL NEW MEAT MARKET MEDfORO SMITH, With n Ytiff EXPERIENCE, "He will cut (hi Bwf to Pleisc thi Peopk." ALL MEAT IS U.S.OA GOOD OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK ALSO FRESH CUT MEAT AVAILABLE 24 hrs. OPENING THURSDAY, DEC, 2nd G & G DRIVE INN CLUTE

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