The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 3, 1971 · Page 7
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• , . -; .'• "..: .; 'jTfjj& TUB Bit AZOSPont FACTS, f re«port, Texan, Friday, Decemher 3 Jftfl, <*age 7^ S £J Cn.af.ft. 5:10 S.K L „„. f,', - I FORMER SWEENY SCHOOLBOY Lffidsey: Canadian star .] r... • *<;i<» r-* UtfiWi t .. Eight teams in field AA U*t« ••fyif,,* •»*« » MCA* A»'> - it wa» a [x.'r(«ci year lor rookie quarlcrhack Jim UrwUcy, He describe* il a» "fantMlie," 'tilt.' cni)iusia»!ic Lind»cy wid Wednesday there i* nothing that could compare with hit Beaton In the Canadian Kwlball I-t-ayije AA a member o( Uie Calgary J&ampwkTK in the Western KoUball Conference, Lindwy hop;* tu spend "neven or more year* in the CK1. " (J< (XHjrw. (iilgar)''* victory til the Grey Cup f^rne at VaiK-rAjver. IJ (.* . lial week tnulil )i.'ivf a lot to d/j u-tth hi* regular, I've grx an awful lot to learn In profcunlonal football. . .often rookies arc too Impatient ami want In play before they get the experience." When the Stampcder* arrived in Calgary after winning the CFL championship, they were met by lh(Xi«and* of fans along a five-mile parade route, Then, anenUmaUxi 12,000 screaming bin* gave them a rousing welcome in the city's main ii{«rl& arena "It wax great (or a rookie. . .we t/x>k finil place and went Uj the Grey Cup and won it. "I don't M* how the Super Howl or anything elw could Ix- any greater The Calgary fans made it JU.M that much Sweeny Tourney opens Alter man) month* of i*w Sweeny «UIT l«ci»y #| 3 tw p m It* Jit t ft} p in IU) City irah J Ufcr* CW* G lo DONT FORGET! tl*r a! ) W> Vttvttlutt |$ lh»( «» one U l.:*4J {*jt»i!4e tlitlfifl JJ AAA !i!ir ton »>«< !v »•<-«•«? .. I** urJ) »h«! t»uiJ hlmlrt i? »M» riut? dnUr- u Si «• » «> The '|,k>jjt mil «Jy tune fit!*- varw!) c»[teTT> wiling up IhitM-AMft )!i!l;n£» iiu) find a l«rf<U) but he 4!iil |ftti»U that tie (»» *s much, i! no'. m«r*. tl*? night'* arUoo a( 7 » Thf (Ainr. uj u( (httl K>>'nr Uk«t !hr «intMt o( the llay Cily- What tan contni At 10 :Kl "We »t! Iwnr » trj) Kw-'- ili'.UtSr ajtvMixS }>rfr.' >« At urjf; as (hr r-»f (Jar {*mrt !ha> Kl The ronsotaiion britrkrl »Ui*-i «l t«*sn .'ialurdj/ with UK* t;u(i))X Rjinr Iifput^ oil al i X> Satunia) T>><- dum- t»mr will br the fit Ow rnd u( the ,S»r»-nv Totirnrj ji 7 no p m UiidM-y, 2Z, from Abilene Oimu.in Oillege in Texa*. dxln l an in !>«• g;iji)f- which Calory '*o»i 14-11 m'<rr the Tor«)i!<i Ar(jf>n;uil» tnrt that fain I rt-jliv mailer. YWJ lifxl >T>uri»ell lo i{<-! ni, jiwl I always K */«». n-idv | lr)( J did a )«() ;i» a ruufcie .the year's rx|r,-n<"f»c<' «i» **«rth more lhac arijihj(S){ " Htr«tri<-i [jntisey M a lirm l«-ln? 4 i<t '..';»! a ri>Jr.ir alwi ran iTiiir siUir.i 1 , «i (he Pokes brace for Namath in NFL "I d;#> I eapect to come here ar.d U;irl playing Jefs, feature I-) t»ilU». irj.d» Ihe Na e f^ttfOTi Oncuon half Rime over n. hitr.'t put much de(rn»e prrt»ure on thsk >e^t The t'oyboyt Irad Ux- NKC in A-JrnK- j^ufi)! l^x- rut^i t«j! are <Vi<l U«! in pat,* HARP JEWELRY UVA V »'ABKIS(. WAV |,.\KK J.UXSUV Adderlrj and Mei Kcnfro haven't had Ihe M-»M#» lhe> had Uu year." mil! If cei hard la! She Mid I'ailat coarh Tom lj>ixir> lUjl that > The fomliir.i(iDr. ol the i>e«au»e our xhole • ha* Ivfft all " ap D'allat hai ICTTI Ihe U'*r. al«uu by the ing |>Uy" Unw and again durin); the I^JKH a »|x\"ial!) (A Hrxudvay Joe touch Sctwt K^mai Allen o! Dalla* U»i Sunday in a »jy» Nan-.atti "goes for the relief apprarance for Ihe ^p rru.xtot.ung palirm» in^ufeiS Ik4j Datti agatnM San Thai k a km ^rcenUKe pau Frj»fi»co bul he ujin I t«u( t { t a R»me tirrakcr if it Kapf>) H«"M>d he kep". fe<>Jirs(; hiU " when it over Craig There »a» a possibility runmttK t>»ckii Duine Thom*» ar«j Cjh m Hill * wild be in the >'.jrljng lirxrup logrther lor (he lint time KullUack Wall (•srtiKiti u nursing a charley rxjrve in the lhi£h and TVirfixai hat brrn working at Gammn'» poution Undsey, a former schcotlxiy mar at Sweeny. Marled only lour grimes in the lOgarne regular-iieaton tichedutc because of an injury to FP Rec sets volleyball TV Krecport Recreation Association hat scheduled registration (or Girls Vrtkryball (or Saturday, Dec 4 and IXt 1 1 . from )0am. to 1 p m Thin program is (or all girls age* 10 through IE. A (amily membership fe? of J3.W ts retjues.t(rd along with the conicnt o( a parent or guardian Games will be played wery .Saturday beginning during the month ut January and going through April All games will be played in Ihe Velaico School Gym Kor further information call Howard llagood at 33 2357 or Marcus Siephenson at 2331273 veteran quarterback Jerry Keeling, He lout (wo and tied one of the games as (he Stampcdcru were tn Ihe midst of a slump which nearly cnst them first place, "I fell I did a good job when I was in there, it'* just a matter of experience." During the season, Lindsey completed 79 of 168 pasucs for 1,055 yardi and a 47 per cent completion average, lie fired eight touchdown passes and had 15 intercepted. He's decided to return to Abilene. Christian where he needs only oinc hours (or a bachelor of science degree in education. During the off- season, l.indsey will help coach his former college team, taking part in winter exercis*; program* He holds live National Collegiate Athletic Association career records: passes attempted, completed, parsing yardige. total plays and totaJ offewive yardage The blond IBS-pounder was selected to (he 1970 academic All-Amcrican team and won an NCAA scholarship awarded by (he American Football Coaches' Association for advance study. He had to give the $1,000 award back because he came to Canada. Lindsey said he will return to Calgary next year and seek the regular quarterback position, although he admits he'll have a tough fight with K«Hmg and other newcomers. As far as the National Kootball League is concerned, Lindsey says, "I've no aspjralions to go there, even for money." OPEN TIL AUTO PARTS HOUSE COLUMBIA . rOR EXTRA '*^r) FAST SfRVICS. COUPON SALE DECORATOR FRINGE CLEARANCE VAU'KS TO ISf HKG. NO. Ill AT Sc VII. l« VlMi. t'EK rutl'ON HKti. IK N4>. SI7 A-SST. ni'KS. SATIN NO LIMIT Coupon Uood Kri4«) thru Mon Coupon t>op4 Krl. thru .Man. BONDED ACRYLIC LEATHEREHE YD, WH UKG. NO- U 4NI) NU. 74 AT II.M YP. LIMIT « VPS. J'KH Cl'STOMEK C«»>4 Krl. thru Mou. BHAM) NAMES YAU'KS TO 01 H HKG. NO. 69 AT II W VI) UMIT i VPS. Good Kri. Uiru Mou. OPKN UQKDAY-SATUKUAY » AAI TO S )>M t K»me (irt-»oriv tin m»r. (rffrnittel) QuarlerbirX Koger i» the No ! ranked in the .N'KC and is a double- IwrTrled threat \uth Now the Army starts you at $268.50 a month That's up from Si 34 50 a month, and doosr.'t oven mention the free meals, free housing, free clothing, free medical and dental care, free job 'raining and education, and 39 days' paid vacation a year. For a!! the details, see your nearest Army Representative listed be!c-,v. Today's Army wants to join you At a much higher salary. VISIT WRITE OR CALL COLLECT V. S. Army Recruiting Station 231 North Velasco Street Jtagleton - Tel. (713) 849-5446 ;***M The Christmas Spirit -;' * >•*?* , UalUk ha» uon fnur cor, tecutivc g*mi-i - all VIIVT thud )car roan SUutach uas imUllcd a* the first >tnnj; FISHING at-a-glance For your enjoyment The Musical Switzer Family \sdll perform your favorite Christmas Melodies every Thursday and Friday Afternoon from 4 till 6 — I ~. in the Lobby of the Lake Jackson Bank. QU\TA.\A-Tbctr were no lishrrmcn at CJuiniana >csterdUy due to the bad wcathor Things arc clearing oft and the ftkhing looks a lot more promising than it has the last (ew clays Sl'HKSIDK—There was no report from Surf tide, but it's a tafe bet that weather kept the action to a minimum here, also OKKSIKWK Bndgi- Itarbic has had to ktvp all its boats in port due to the high winds rei Clyde's DOUBLE KNIT H9.85 to J69.95 c*«l urn «>U tn< vwr' Vulu«lli *ILAkt« lf»«. (tu (Ml ktl> tVl '»» Iftll In* kvflM tW*V<I *>» •DO (MUM) t*U Ulll«» All IX 10 «i« V Of IN t«Tf IMUIII NITg \ The Switzer Family • JOAN, second violin; NANCY, first violin; I MATTHEW, cello; and MELISSA, viola. I COME AND GET INTO • THE U SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS^) The Lake lackson Bank **- ' 109 Parking Way Lake Jackson Member FPJC V*ck't

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