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OFFENSE COMES THROUGH IN 2nd HOUSTON WIN v HOUSTON (AP) - Rumors oT ; lhe Houston Oilers' death mfjr: have been greatly exaggerated. " v.The Oilers put on a lively enough performance in the Astrodome Sunday In eliminating the Pittsburgh Steelers from the American Football Conference's Division race with a 29-3 victory. It was only the second victory of the season for of Oiler demise appear as exaggerations Houston's rookie head coach Ed Hughes but that didn't make it any less satisfying. "It was our finest hour," Hughes beamed. "We finally put things together; Robert Holmes did an outstanding job running the ball. He showed great effort and the line blocked better than It had all year." Hughes could take some credit for the Improved line blocking. He assumed line conchlng duties several weeks ago when the Oiler managment tired line coach Ernie Zwahlcn and Hughes shifted the starting line up for the Pittsburgh game. Walt Suggs returned to left tackle and Jerry Strum took over at center. The result was Houston's best rushing performances of the season—146 yards. Holmes, who came to the Oilers this season In a trade from Kansas City, got 43 of those yards, an Improvement for the Oilers who have the worst rushing offense In the NFL. The Oilers lost defensive tackle Leo. Brooks for the season with a broken collar boras In the second quarter. The victory also jeopardised Houston's chances of getting the first pick in January's pro football draft, which goes to the team with the worst record. The Oilers are now J-9- I. Buffalo, Houston's opponent this week, which Is l-ll. The Houston Oiler defense gave the offense fantastic field position In lipping to a 23-3 halftlmc lead on three straight Interceptions off flashy second-year Stoclcr quarterback Terry Bradshaw. Brooks started Urndsluiw's dilemnn with a first quarter Area basketballers play In weekend tournaments Bucs 3rd Braioswood took third place in the Lamar Consolidated tournament in Rosenburg Saturday with an 81-64 victory' over Alvin after losing In the semi-finals to Galveston Ball 74-55. "We controlled the boards and -our press was real effective," Coach David'Mid- dleton said of the Braioswood WMM. QUIET COMFORT mam GAS FURNACES ^H There s a Caltnui Turn Boy Gas fuintct lo til joof needs! IS model! downllcm. upllow »n<J ho'iionul llo«r. win gaOOO 10 160.000 BTUVHR input Will insult out ol Itw *«y. Ana you II appreciate Ux quiel comlorl' * GUUIT HCAT CXOUNCDI * M.OWCR OPT10MS * CAST MOM IUWICKS * AUTOMATIC COKtROU * EAST SEIIV1CE We Service What We Sell Free Estimates on Healing and Cooling Units for your Home or Business. DAVIS REFRIGERATION MIR CONDITIONING CO IW Walnut Angleloo win. "We hit 62 percent from the floor against Alvin in the first half and ended with 51 for the night." Doug Allison scored 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to the Bucs to the win while Mark Hnnsen also pulled down 11 rebounds while scoring 18 points and Arnold had a H point effort. The Alvin game was just the reverse of the Ball High game for the Bucs as they couldn't seem to find their shooting touch. "We were down by 17 in the first half and a team just can't do that against a good team like Ball High and expect to win," Coach Middleton said. The Bucs hit on only IS percent of their shots in the first half and were out of it early. Hansen led the way for the Bucs with* a 17 point night while Allison scored 12. BDAIOSWOOO Hanvn Allncn Eltril AlM> 14 11 '-FIRE EXTINGUISHERS SALES-SERVICING-RENTALS I* HYDROSTATIC TESTING *IIOOD SYSTEMS *fiOAT SYSTEMS ^-CERTIFICATIONS • Wtart liKMwtf OY n* Ttu> $m« F»« Manuli and nato"" ta tk* pew law ••vtrmoi RrftlUBt and Trilun F»t EiliMwi"*"- BRAZOSPORT PAPER & JANITOR SUPPLY 233-1481 Galveston Ball went on to capture the tournament winning the championship game over host Lamar Consolidated while Dulles captured the consolation prize. The Braioswood JVs captured third also in the junior varsity part of the tournament with a 6ShS4 win over Calhoun. Jay Luce led the young Bucs scoring with H while Kevin Hatucll added 12. The Bratoswood freshmen won the consolation prize at the Clear Creek Tournament with a 67-33 victor)' over La Marque with David Hodge scoring 19 points and Nick Lorette 18. Hodge, named to the all- tournament team, scored 21 points earlier in the day as Brazoswood downed Texas City 78-47. The young Bucs lost their first round game to Wfstchtsit-r 56-56 despite a IS point effort by Terry Korse. Deer Park won the tournament with a 56-48 victory over host Clear Creek. Th« Braioswood freshmen pUiy at home tonight against Spring Woods with the "B" game starting at 6 and the "A" game at 7:30, Ships lose The Braiosport Exporters' ended a big < basketball weekend, playing their own sophomore tournament and the varsity playing in the Hitchcock Invitational. The varsity was beaten in the second game of the Hitchcock confab 53-49 by Pasadena Dobie. The sophs were beaten by Braioswood in the third game of their tourney 5W9. Dobie's tenth graders won the Brazosport sophomore tournament, beating La Marque 48-47. Galveston Ball smashed Texas City 88-54 for the third place trophy. In the consolation bracket of the sophomore tourwy. El Campo beat Bay City 70-59 to take that trophy. "It was a well played tournament." coach E. Jim Davis said. "There were good ball games, and we hope to have a larger one next year Tor the sophomorw." Tonight there will be a triplchvader at Angkton with Brazosport's sophomores. JVs. and Varsity taking on Angleton's threts. BC wins Bay City successfully defended its championship o< the Sweeny Tournament over the weekend with an 86-84 victory over Houston Strake Jesuit. Strake Jesuit had knocked Sweeny from the tournament earlier in the day with an 82-80 win. Boling beat Wharton 56 M for the conftolalioa championship. Sweeny's Sidney Harris and Anthony Bens were named to the all-tournament team and El Campo was given the "Sportsmanship Award." BUY A GAS RANGE AND GET MORE THAN YOU RARGAMED FOR. If you buy a gas range V between now and December 31,1971, >x>u can get a 2i* oval aerv- togbayfrep* It's Artisan mela- minedinnerwarewith a pretty daisy pattern. Perfect far serving your holiday turkey, ham or roast Great tor uae at parties an<J ,te feet top burner control. A gas flame adjusts; instantly to the heat you want You also can get all sorts of automatic featuns. Like a burner that thinks for itself. Or an wen that cleans itat-lf. So chaos: a gas range. You'll get mure than yog bargained for. In operating tconomy. As well as a handsome gift free. Sue your gas appli - ana-dealer Ujday. »Bp BBWPlrimBI HwilRWflifc l^PW FISHING at-a-glance SVKFSIOK - The weather has taken its toll on fishing the post week. Beach, Bait, and Tackle hasn't *c*n jSpfopleall weekend, The rain should stop so the fishing should improve with in the next day or w QUINTANA - There were a few more fishermen here. They brought in mostly whiting, sand trout, and drum The water is a little muddy, but if it stay* like it iv it should rarruiin pretty calm There is plenty o( bait at Quintana. OFKSHOHK - Bridge Harbor has not sent boats out in some lime. They don't expect any to go out for the next two or three days, UBROCKMAN'S ISCLOIINC (HEIR FAIBICOEPT IN IHEIH LAKE JiCKiONAND Wit! COLUMtIA AVI ON ""1 CLOit OUI FABRICS REDUCED— 50% SEWING NOTIONS 10% BRQCKMAN'S WEST COLUMtlA LAKi JACKSOM Interception that led to an eight-yard touchdown run by Woody Campbell. Safety John Charlei followed with two second quarter Interceptions that resulted In field goaU of 37 and 35 yards for Mark Mosejey. Moseley also hit a 23-yariter in tin first quarter and Dan Pastorlni connected with Alvin Itettl for a 77-yard scoring pass In the first quarter. Holmes barreled four yards for (he final touchdown In the fourth quarter. Pittsburgh's only point came with three seconds left In ttw half when former Otter (toy dcrela kicked a It-yard field goal. I'astorini was the victor In the second duel with Brad•haw this season, Bradxhaw threw two touchdowns in the final five minute* for a S3-IU Sleoler victory earlier thl* Hut Pftslorlnl (urned the tables thl» lime, completing 13 crfa oassei for 12* yard* and one Jowhdown, Urad»h»w hit Hof 31 and was relieved In Ihe fourth quarter by Terry llnnrnity. "I don't knew what was Bratblta* wW "I )u»t couldn't hit my receiver* flul Houiton had UM* be«t pau ru»h tlwt I've wen !lu» •THK BKAZOSl'OIVr FACTS. KreepoH, Texas, SWC flexes SPORTS c °9 e muscles Monday, December6.19»t, I'age I My AJWUK'IATKH I' The BP girls grab championship Jail l>»t tfrt tliwr lae*d up tight Stale Wy KAHKN AHHINOTON form pond rnt TVrvsa Scidlrr stacked up a towering 98 points in Hire? games to help give Coach Irtn.i I.t-wM' HrciioAporl KxpuftervUe* the champion ship Iximn thit wt-vk.e<»l at Iht Nmlh AnmioJ Vic'urfd Girls' 11 a s k 1 1 b a 11 Tuwnawi'ta The victory Owl chnch«J tint ptocr for Unumpo*t *a» a 4S44 (kcuiofl over Itw defending tournament ant! state champion Victoria S( itiK-T rviu-s Not once throughout ttw entire lourrunu-nl dhi the Ktpqrtert-tte* have to play "c»me-(rotw-behind" ball. ** can b« swn itwwt vivhlfy in Bratmpart's (ir»( «m. The Shipfwrtte* tournament pUy Maricxi Kruidy at swn antJ decisively bUatrd the Bulbtog* by a »>:! count All eleven Ktportcretl** $aw plenty o( actiou i>4>)in»l Ma nun as Sciiikr Otd her part with ij pu*nt» OH 13 field gtub and 17 (u* thro*-> Janti Halirwk put up »cvrn field goals and a free shot f°r IV with Lyiwtte Hoegeter putting up 8 pHdU oo ihrrv fieM KuaU and two frer »hot» •iHTiile Ton4 Kwlalcy ha4 ooc field goal and four free to her crwltt, »h impressive ball control and continiKxJ to bv m oft in tcrc«pti<w» and prrswiinc twr guard l.lva Capcll adckri two field goato ami Joyce Calvert two frcir throw* to round out the scoring against tattered Marion In semi-final play Itraiusporl met head-on with /\ii.s»wcll Tivoti Kriday mjjht wlw went cm to uke third place bonont by defeating Hay City in that final !tra/nctport gol nff to a stow start with a mere 109 edge over the Kcdfish at tr* e«jd o< th-c tir»l period, but came back for 17 points toTivoli's six to lead 2715 at the hall The Shippettcs went r>n to win it **30 Soidler hit for 25 point* on 12 liclil goab am) .» (rec thro<* Kudaley put up six long thai* for 12, while Halwk arkkd 11 The victory' over Austwcll- Tivoli advanced Ihr hopeful Shippcltes into the finalt Saturday night agatrat the host Victoria .Slingarettei Victories over Tidchaven and [iay City put the Stingarettes in the deciding game Brawsport gol off to a 18 -13 lead in lite first period and kept their expectations alive by hitting 16 more points in the second period while the Bnizosporl defciw.- was busy holding the Stingarclti-s to a SEE THE ADVERTISEMENTS IN THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS CHIA/IH MHIW fHHMlt SlHi/IL't Shop Brazosport First! fMIUUS BRANDS niere wve« lo iiuk.c It Jt W at the rail Thing* began lo lent* up 4 bit fur the Kxpurtervitm M Victoria out ncored !lra/i«(x>rt In tlvr MrvooJ lull, yet the Shipfwtte* »Iill hung on (or Uw Ifiid with j H II ctxtnl at tht- clone o< the tftird p*risod Victoria came back for I) fwinti tu the Kspwrtwrttrs" taut in llvf (Uwl p*fi»,!, but tot Vn'Sof u It )wl v>vk.«n't r(*xi»tfi Ttic ^nut! 1 ' »*-* tfctw Tb* blow lo Vk'tofw •» i» w (»xntj worth from Uraio»port'» they've got lo play national Ixuktfibatl UCI.A Salui&y night •••• on tins' linitn* home oxirt AAM. Tr.vM Trt-h, JwwtlwfB MriluxJul and Tr\3» ChrUtiitn i?«»«Tii!«f lirtl «rvi. t>{ nuo« with s.i thr CwUrWK'r p«t«tl Up 6 f tv-ujfi llu! 4 IWrr !ftl will runic Ih a* h«rtt« Oklahuma **>>* ** SMU, which t «< Wl) II ; in a tut) • lLlll-u< aCtkul ullh tlw TV So<thnmlr»tt go tu fell «"ily (hi* *«% faf 1^ SWl' till<- Us! KIT* A«4 N.-»JS Mill" IB » I'rsel*) ra in> i-«-ri4t#]) vat in TwMSW q< th* Vjilfcr 1 )- Co*' a While oHrn.»ive to r««ei ami rrt|»r«,-l in * victory, j jlMiiy* left to <a) aboiil i ti-i»m'» Jrfenw llfaioipoft'i and hiCTllmut ttefetw* much of the ghw> tl by tremrc*teui» by Tewe Whittk, tj«*U 1.1*4 C^pcll And l'4m tla»n Murphy ntxi tjoyd w* pifnty trf jtio and acfckd (N-ir part tu Ihr iictiXW-v In all tJw tO-t K«p«r««-re<te» brotight t»jf»f 4 tuUl u( K tr»t>huni and <*» pUtfiw In addition to the trophy, each o< the pUjrr» and bead lx«ih iotinxan *rrr presirntrd with imlivtclujl lint pUvc . vituhe I'lMi'h l.r'*n the "Winning r«»ch »h*n t! 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