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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

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Busy weekend scheduled for Brazosport athletes *mt*t** "HI t* M« w»*k*w< u -ill tr*«k- attra from tw »r*i !<•>«* Kh**«l*o»»w»ta »>» ma aport* inr*iitto«w> MM* irMk*t*r* ln»»l l» I • tut 111* fur**<"r» Olympic*. HATDBIi* V-P.npirltr h*Mt>ill l»im» fv,r«Hr IMl junior »»r*H»)'i»*fi ia>« rtl»- l.«m«r. IV r"«* 12 turn *tih vtr lni it cm* iirli' *«• tr»«*t >•> n**«munt for t*«- nATiini>AY-Ar»» junior nw^ it HH team CM «*H *• from MTM* nr *r* *< Ar»» tMi »Mk»rrI ill". olwmbU unit* lfi»l lo lh» Cilhoun B»Ux« »' Port it* uMMil K*l*ya «Hh to t*am* *lr**dy Anth lh*a* m**ta ir* Mfh »etwol b**k«tb*ll to*m t*«a *tirt«i for MM «**» InnlfM (TM»in\ •:» p.m., •I l**fiM City «h»r* tb*y tnM>t uw ckw cr*rt toam IB • M -ttatfict playoff t*ma. Th* «iaa*r adraneaa to lUttoMl May aarouto to th* atito tovnamMl u Auatln M two «**ka. -^ . . 4 Welch Is sports briefs repeater ODESSA (AI')-IV*«rr M».r- ttrw, th* Abllwi* Chrlitl*" Coliea* Olympic apri»teh»m- •4M, retern* t« i>- •«•"• "' •0AM of hli gr»il»a« lrlum|ili» Mar. I3.l4-M«irr«« "I" I* (Major |ud(* '"' "' 2< " h *"* •Mil W**t T*»* H*l»" (AI')-A Hi/ml"" ptcknl Ihl* week in th* Al•,«Ul*^ Wee • I»H **««k «!• Ilk* Ihl*: (I)I'CU (I) Mich. IliP (1) K*nt«--ky (4) twk* (5) lh« fxrmilKKi "I • pruf**!!""' 1 f'Xi«t»ll N'irlh Am*rlc»n l-»itu» (NAPI.X Owner* in f"«r «niM-8*n Atttonlu, Ind I •««»«<! 1 1, Mein- phli i»l se*HI*-hiv* !»«> *wgr<l»'l fruichlw*. Th* leagM'i r*milnln< t»urclll*« will b* **kKta4 "om imoin Umlrrlll*, H*« ortoana, Atlant*, Jickmnrtll* "** HI""- lagtaim. URF.tX) (Al')-ealrlM in th* n«rd»r olyntplci, • f»ur- dlvtiloa track tixl fl*W m**t, MMrwl put Ui* 1,000 mark todiy ind I* »i|»cUd lo hit 1,010 by Ih* Km* th* big *iad*r eirnlvil up*n* Frldiy. MKW ORLEANS CAP>- "Ttili Iwi been aume diy," Hid Mitoo Rwlolph, pock.1- tag |h»|1,800nr«tpUc« check In Ike Greiter New orkmia Open OnU Tourney. Tn* 1*- yeir-oU TMUKIM* belter had to *crimbl« for i 'tnal three* over-par 71. It i»v*hlmi73- holn Mil of iai, oo* itrnk* la front of Jink NlekUui, pwrto Hlcui Jin Chi Chi Rudriguei ind uokaown Ol*«n Jiuirl, • Michigia elub pro. NEW YORK (AP)-Tt!» lop 10 college biakalbiU team* <>>(» U/y<-l» (10) WASHINGTON" (A 10 - * pl>mw<l running *t»rt •* » s.n.U lBV**tlgill«n of »n un- ununl promi/tloniil d*tl t»- lw**n ehitnplon Cllitvi Cl»y and *«-chimp Sonny Llato" hie run into a rnedblock. Ben. Philip A. Wart (I). Mich.) announced Monday h» will hive (o d*liy th* hearingi until an- *r (h* S*nil* (IMahi* It* fourtheomtim debit* on th* civil right* Mil. HEW YOKMAPKTbe Na- llonal Football Urtfu* **ya th*r* will t» nu national Uk»- vtilon of III FTIda> night gim*l. Coll«(* and high nhool l**d*r* lay thal'i |uat dandy, and ill Hi iw*etne*a and HIM today In th* undeclared and unofficial dlfputo. AUSTIN (AP) - Defending co-chimplon Tena opened the Southwell conference baae- bill **a*on with i 5-4 victory over Sim llouetue Slat* Moa«lay. _ COLLEGE STATION <AP>T*M* AtM and 81. Edward'* w*r* to oo»n lh*bi**b*ll **a- lon today but th* ttetd wutoo wet. Tb»y will move over to i w*dn*eday. on A team HOUSTON (AP) - twrrllh W»l«-h <>f Hrl.win In It* Ot\1 r*p»ai*r on ih» nr*l t«am of th* i»«4 ClM« A high ichnol ill. lilt* taukelball «»am any in* T*«*« DALLAS (AP) - Southern Mcthodiit had -« two-gam* winning itreik going In b*M- tiall today. BMU h>* two win* over Aurfln Coltog*. bowling in brazosport By VIRGINIA PE WKt). N1TE TRIO CapUln'e Chair eonllnue* lolead. Team i»ne< went In Nillunil Tranamlaalon 1463 and leim game lullrWfellar- lior UU Rotarla Wh*el**> wm hliti with 200-M4. Tl'KS. Sl'NSIIINK LKAGDi: Ammtjn'a Tnafo contlnu** t« hold the lead, fnllnwed l>y 111» Ivlwenn lluwler.llti and rinmiir* fur 2nd. Teim nerlea went It, Tin- Mliea ton and stricken had high leim lame of 7!3. I i.rl Kldlo wan hl|h with 1I1-5M. (olluwrd l>v IcuHvua I0a.i», and C. hrlmaje IM. W». Other* Uiwllnf well were Hertha Ifhell 103. Uorla Uar- nell IM and f. Oven* 161 and L. Niton 174, V. Owena, with 10* an.. had a IM (am* and Irene llufiw*. with m »vi., rol|*d a IC7 game. MUDA\ UNIVEHSIC l.tAGllt l.lllle Iteari le*tl with tt wian, luiluwwl by Veaui, with •I ind D.J'a with M. North sur hid learn eerie• with JOM and I title tied tram game with 744. N V O S E5 YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR KYlVAi MARCH 8th to 13th 2 S«rvic«s Daily 9:30 AM A 7PM KV. W. W. HAWfMORNI AdmiMatrator, MiMdy HWMN, Calvaaaw Muaie Laaeer •V. MMd N. MMHOM «ui Villey uetlttdiat Caurak, Houakw NUR&IIV PMVIOIO FIRST MHHODIST CHURCH Luke Je^ktaei W*lch. e-6. itao haa In* lop icurlnt *v*r*g* of 31,1 rmthr rtni iquid. In iddlllKti In W»|rh, other* choacn lo (he flrit team are ftotwri Elllior. Tarklngtun, Terry fl»rt»r. whll* Oak, Jo* KUIJi, HuMlnfton and Wayn* Full*. W**t RiMnn. Full* «IR lh> l»Kllr>K »ot» getter wild 141 out of* pcw- •lt>l* 110. Fulla and Elllaor mnvctl up from laat iwar'a ••cond l**m. Th* **coml l**m Ineludta Jo* Meyer, Jeffmon, Jack Sweeny, Welt 8*bln*, Johnny Urxtorwood, Honey Grove, Jo* Pat PJbodea, Weal Sabln* and David Frailer, Aapermnnt. ireips aieeffi|s C. Hrlmaif wu high with «03 (ollow»d by Thelma Brock 491 and Av* l,M Horn 491, I.ul we*k Norm* Mc- Ctmalhy hid a 419 lerlea followed In Wllll* Thomp*on473 and IMcky Mayflald 487. Jo Ann Palrlrk had • 181 gam*. THURSDAY NIGHT ECUMEN1ACS rratport M*lhodlit toada, followed liy l.ucky Four* and SI. Paul'a ft. High bowler* w*r* Jack Jamlion 119-810, Ron It Jaml- ai>n S10, lltrb Fried! Itt. SOt and J. O. Johiuun 168. Th* llcrvlte* had l*am cam*! ol ei4-esi-IS80 and SI. Paul's n had 034-1817. STAHUGMTEHS LEAGUE Gunn*r* Sand Co. toad, followed by LeBlaoc and John- alon and Four Goobera. Merrill had learn game with IBS and Ounnel'a had team •erica with 1331. Dowlinf hlgb tor the men w*r* U*ll»rt Kemp 113.678, G*o* Shaw 113-674, Alvtn Poundett.Ui. Itowllng high tor the women were Charlene Brlmag* 116* Me. Joyce Ward 114-836. Edith Hlckman It* andMaato* Pounder* 814. With baaebill awl aoHball aeaaon fiat approMhlag, a number of meetlnga and other related gatharltuja are being acheduled each week. Here'a what I* laeluded tMa week: CLUTE CluU-Uttle League meeting, Tueaday, 7 p.m., ditto Elementary School Library. LAKE JACKSON •' Lake Ja9k*oo-Am*rlcin Uttl* League monthly meeting, 7 p.m., wednaaday, Plrat Hitloail Bank of Lake Jaekaon. Lake Jaekaon-Llttla League reglatratloa, • a.m. to II noon, Saturday, LJ Little League cooceaaloo atowl. LiHle Leaguara muat be ae- aompaaled by parent and an raqueatad to brmgMrth certificate. WEST COLUMBIA WEST COLUMBlA-Junlor leenag* baaeball league meeting, 7:30 p.m. Tueaday, Columbia High school cafeteria. cueat ipeaker-Al Kaaparek, •tale director of Babe Ruth Haaeball League. Dow Recreation MOWUHO Oof Otamnnd Turn iHinHm* - L»rtr mrtkiM to.II, m-Uo Trto 17. n.18, star utMor* >**lt. t>to*tto* 11-10, High ladtvtdttal f*n»-ABn* Psnlowiar IM. Hit* taint gam*-L<icky MMkM «t, ABC UNW«* Team atandtaia-OM O'a M.M Mrlka oma M 1/1^4- I/I, on* R'* MI/I-I7I/I, Tan «rlk*a 4* I/I-4I I/I, OM**n 41-41, UM«flWU4t. 47, DrtbMara 44UI,««HboU 41.81, Matter Shot* Mi/>. n i/i, AM Plna !•••*, High tadlfldaal gam*-M. J. Uunuindl t!7.HlghtoangM»* -on* O'a 97*. NlgMhawk L4Mgaa Team atandlnga - Maw- rick* Ml/1-Ml/I, OlycoJ Thr** (t l/l-M i/l, Magn*. alum Thr** Ml/J-JJI/a, Chlwrln* Thra* n 1/8-151/1, Indnalrlal Ratatlon* HI/1. 18 I/ft, Traffic S8-J«, Ra. **arch 81.17, Magmaiamo** , 41^0, Tranaport 47-41, Oly. col on* 48-41, PiMiammeni 43-48, epoiy naalna lot/I* 41 I/I, Raactora H-8J, plant Engineering M-M, etbyl-Dow X-8S, BoUarmakera 17.71. High ItidMduaJtama-W. L. L«F*vr* ttl. High team gam* -Mar»«rlck» 1047. BASKETBALL final team atandlnga— Nlghthawka 14-1, oU*ra. II. S, Vapora 1-7, potyaUiytona 4-11, Tlgera 3-it, R*b*la i. it. VOLLEYBALL Second half learn atoadlnga —Dragona 3-0, Reaaarch 1-1, Bayou Product* l-l,OowBad- laeh* 0-3. (Dragona wtnlaagu* ehamptonahlp by winning both flrat and a*cond half.) College Baakattall By THE ASSOCIATED PROS CCNY 73, Bridgeport 64 St. Mlehael'a, VI. M, Vermont 74 St. Loul* 67, Kentucky 60 WlchlU M, No. Taxaa SI. M Ohio Stat* M, tUlBol* 74 Kaaaaa St. 63, OkU. State 8« ot Kanaaa 73, Colorado 71 ot Mlnneaoto 106, Wlaoonaln Iowa at, Purdue 74 basobdl players would tell the troth •> HANK H. ICR AP M«?il*eM.. Ipert* •<"•*» ff% fertwMt again «Mn i ** <a«NM- "t'** (Hi M* ***«Mt Md *» M4 ihe«M t* k*«f*»." tit M iMapimem to the Florida Th* only lime tMa guy had HHFiUJf tJMvMlalt JWNMWt t*MA ntt ftAy Vffld < ffft0 1119 Oft? tw (Of M*J aeeai'lunlUe* to put m«|or Mown off the memd at Cindle- ^^ II pliyen ihroegti rtlrk Park, ->*Si,«. "I'm tefct, '• if*"* 1 "we "'"• •n my cvnr* kail, TMe humpty-dumpty new had a ear** and h* lurn*d to pitching only becauee h* <-oaldn't Ml * curve ball, "I'm t*ln« t* •**• my»ll totter." What h* mean* I* that ha had trouble folftf n«« Inning* andlh* )ok*r* behind htm couldn't atop Una drlv* baa* hlta. ''If in* iklMet re*t* m* dwlne, in* (Mien I'M Ml better. I tan M*k* tlill I*MI *l tw» *r three eeilfleii*." TWa .140 hitter btfjad th* manager for a chance and h**a becoming a utility man beeaua* h* can't hand)* a atoady lob over a lont haul. "W* t>*r* • ceM teem In «h* **rl*< SMI**." M**t at the athlete* iff pHtt*> UK I* IMirtiUw. Some feel It'e not pert of Mtir K* to be qua* t89ejg4 By vrfttre e*en Itiough H*« Hi 0Mr fontmt to be putv Me rtttttoM wt*e, AUtf to **ere trawllnf from one cam* to another • writer ••to aeewtanied lo Mnd In hl« (hoe* and • lot of ouote* that rnrnt bt *a«ard»d. For Inatanee, below are Mm* <iuol** you will en on torn* apart* pegee thle Tfc» flrat eentence might b* called tin buebtii ptayer»a («• mm*. The eerond **nt*nee It mer*. like In* Inrtht "I'm |l*d t* get e*ewn '• «»*P tihdewey I'** •>•• wln«*r iMnquet eltcvlt." Actually, tMi player cat to play becftu** of eapanilon. And If they dWl Invtt* Mm lo MM dinner In hto horn* (own he would IMMW IflOVWt. "I'll pley •• 173 p*wnd* Ihli y**r keievi* 110 !• »•* "««», end I'll Ilk* t* «M*I 20 b***i." Thto etowfoot hardly evar gate on DM* and In* two be*** h* mot* earn* about when In* pitch- •f forgot be waa on ftrat and w*nt Into a wtndup. yaar playtnc a aport. "(•lay m* *. *tad* m*." Hflt f»t hla wlah In apadaa. Thay'll play Mm THEN thay'll trada Mm. "I'm (*ttlnf • kit Mr mitt I* h*M lh*«» knuckl.fc.il.." TMa fallow really naada apalr of (laaata but If h* (oaa to an optomatrtot h*'ll tip hla milt. The World Serte* waa played "| h*4 e Way wmhw **lflnf In 80 degree weather but thla in*ure»«e." guy didn't recognlte flrat claaa Actually th* only policy he pitching. aold waa the one hi* wife took on| their new baby. "I'm very hepey "I* my •men* centtect." "\' m n *m\ng with Mike Actually, thla alugger took a end ell «• d* l* S7.000 cut but at hla age-37- .,, niM d . WB „,,; „ ,., ^ where can ha make 180,000 a (ml )n lna>c j 9 , „ , u(e |, (tart." 3F STRATEGY: Maw Yankee Manager Yogi f Bam, right, potato to ambtttoua rooklee at the team'a Florida training camp aa plteher-pltohlng eoaeh WMtoy Ford look* on. WMtoy appear* next in line to manage the American League champion*. Amerteel Unett Mllng Clgtt 1040 g.S. IHDIYIDDAIIHMME TAX iETDIN- l963 Unt6M*(Sch6<M«BoreA6rlli») z tRent»,loydHa»VpaH»BB»,*l6 • 6.ft»ineailncc«e(Sen*xUeC) . k . 7.SoUc»e»ehat»9erfp«**rty(ScUUeD). ..... k ... t. eea* (Schedule F) X—WOUMrOU«TAX»VU««IIITHaTIWOIItl--^ 10.T«T«kle He'sa BORN MIMICI Everyone know* that o monkey can imitate human beingt uncannily —but that's no substitute for human intelligence I Neither can you tubsti- tute for real banking experience) that'8 why local residents and buti* ne8ses bank here... with confidencel Servinf Per Over S Vears FIRST STATE BANK CUIIl ItMt ... Then Right Now Is The Time To Put Brazosport Facts Want Ads To Work For You It's thot time of the yeor ogoln. Time to sit down with "old Inevitable", the tax return, and wonder where all the money you earned went to. If you're also wondering where you're going to get money to pay your taxes—here's your answer: Brazosport 1 Faota Want Ads. Here's'how it works. 1 Take a look around your home, inside ond out. Write down every worthwhile thing you find thot isn't used, enjoyed or needed ony more. Things like furniture, appliances, rugs, drapes, TV sets ond toys. Don't forget there's growing demand for outdoor furniture, yard and garden tools, barbecue equipment, golf clubs, tennis rackets, water skis, transistor radios. When you hove your list completed, dial BK «-a*n ond give ir to the experienced Ad Writer who answers. She'll help you word your od to get fastest results. Soon you're in touch with buyers who pay cosh for things you don't use any more. So if your income is taxed by your income tax—put money»making Wont Ads to work for you today. THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS ( IADS DIAL BE 3-2611

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