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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, March 4, 1964
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bowling in \braxosport ' •AT.WTBCOUPLffl yjM««tthnt/i| tMttters, 4% and Siltapm tod team awl** JfrigaiaawtiB 7*8-8048. *<*! AtWaal 4Mai*^*BBaMUrift *B*m« fci*A jjj (»vjfT4w viBHiBWs^paTMH wawm^pi 418-114) Barbara M««d ootda ^ Bill Anl* was htgn forth* «ea wftli 4f», neb Ttmm 488. »8j wtttard wane 448. '1 STREAMLINERS (( Reeh'a Lacky Seven tead* , wHh 70 wm*,follow*dby Ray's fiaelatr with 87l/i,andRo»d- [ newer* with M l/l. team gam* went to Reek's "i and Randy'*s*rvlc*Sta. i tod team **HM of 8101. •no** trwln was high with 1188-801-877, Ruth Smith 810, I Lorraine Bomar 187-803, Cot•"*! Griffin no, Lou** John- 808, Matin* Pounder* CARLA COUPLES Outf P*OM Co. and Bubba'a Shop continue to toad, Wd by Modm Cleaners I Auto Mae'* Datsun. [Ross Motor Co. had team and atrl** with 807- i lor th* men war* Bob 1884-810-888, Bod. ; 880, Larry Leggttt 818. i Arn*tt 801.849, Bud 1-841. {.tot the women were Brimeg* 187-5)0, 190-513, Mar- 1 488 LV BIRD LEAGUE Texaco leads with Ray and Pranks to i Rublt Atkins was high tt-878, Rocte Jamison -Ray's had team gam* 1*S with 717.8396. « SUNSHINE LEAGUE non's Tuaeo continue* " 1st place, followed by the Bowlerettes. ters had team gam* of I Bowlerettes had team **rl«sottlM. H«rtta t*b»ll «U*» Ugh •WIW 1B.887, U W«l*y I8». S81, J. Ptekard 1*8-81* sad B. ttastt* ItMIO. Dorofa* Cartte* ouftM up th* 8-7«» •UK. rRBBPORT rmt BAPTBT Till* tMCIM Mkttd wta Pearl*** Fow at wtmmand two-way U* fw **eottd, Uo'a Pickup* afed Slow {ferter*. Shirley Bate*** took hlgk MM** with 884 and Mo*t Improved bowler watt to uo Morgan awl Shlrtey Balnea*. THURS. NIOHTECUMEN1AC8 Fr**port Methodist con. tinue* to hold first place, tot. lowwi by th* Lueay4 and Lath* •ran to-Law*. Brae* Dtek* wa* high with 887.814, Johant* Jordan 881, Ron Everts 808, Lena 3*11* Por**t*r, with a 134 avg., rolling a 168 gam*. High for sobs were ROM* Jamison 8K-648. Carol Low*, with a 184 avg., rolled a big IMgam*. TARPON INN LADIES LEAGUE Th* Freeport Bank and Evan* Drug are tied tor first place with Star Cleaner* In B*flOI¥l. Tarpon Twister* had team gam* and cerles with 10688882. Myrtl* Eflrd had an all •par* gam* of 188, Bowline MSB w*r* Betsy George 818-884, Augusta Rlohter 818-888, Jean McCoy 813-888, Coral Graham 80S. 881, Myrtl* Eflrd 807-880, Cotton Orlffin 888-888, Lyda Ann Barnhart 888-881, Lyra Dunn 810*811, LorraUwBomar 884. WED. N1TE TRIO Captain!* chair continues to hold first, followed by th* Official* and National Trana- mission Exe. LuelU* Robinson wa* high with 184-483. Team gam* went to National Trans, with 810 and team series to the Officials 1404. THt fr****! 4, \" IUY FUST Tl« AT »»| a U$T , 0 |tiow....6n THI THAT pna ^ M Si2M...Coyttti te Mj fan 1 twill M AU IUB...M nuta THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS BOATS LEAVE BRAZOS HARBOR MARINA-One by MM tnd one by land, two boats led for dltUnt destinations early this week. In the lop photo, BUI Rumussen of Freeport, left, and Bob Gardner of Pensacola, Fla. an ihown at the wheel of the yacht Prlnc«i«, preparing to leave for the Virgin Islands. The Prlnco3s belongs to Oilman, Rancher R. D. MacOonald who went to the Island* by plane and wltf meet the boat onar- rlvat The HacOonaJdi plan to crulM around the Island* for about three week* before Hying back home. RasmiifMnand Gardner will return the boat to Bridge Harbor where It la stored. And In the bottom photo, the boat Spindrift Is shown as It leaves Bridge Harbor aboard truck for Garden Grove, Calif. H..R Murphy, who kept the Spindrift berthed at Bridge Harbor, sold the yacht to c. K. Hurley Construction Co. In the California city. The cost would n?t permUtakttgtlMbMk to California by water. ^ -Facts staff photo M/cfcey Wright has the records, But she wants that 72 average Cassias is Wag's FOM HAROLD V. RATLIPP beclatnd Press Sports Wrlrer VILLAS, ft*. (AP) — Mary trim (Mickey) Wright, who I the record* to prove she's | gr*ate*t woman golfer, I* j up tor annual Sabbatical | looking toward a ret urn to the t became th* biggest moocy- •r In feminine golf history y*ar when sh* buitod [,600. She also won 18 tourna- |nte, anottor record. And she a strata average of 18.61, III anottor new standard. I M t a • Wright earns about i.OOO a year and represents oak Cliff Country Club of DeJIa*. Sh* wa* named th* nation's woman athlete of ID* year for her 1883 eiplolts. tt would seem that sh* might ease off and not worry about any more record* or any more victories right now. Afterall,what's the thrill of breaking record* But Mickey Is returning to th* women'* tour March 17 at Pensacola. Pla., snd th* first tWnt that will come under her sights 1s her burning ambition to average Tt.OO. to fact, that'* th* only thing sWs thinking about. Oh, ah*'* Interested In breaking her other record*, too, but sh* says "If I get that 78 Pit be setting them anyway." Miss Wright always has con. tenM that gr«atn. M In golf U Pr*..,.rb.c.m. bar golf te*ch*r b*«t measured by your SCOT*, and worked with her for two threw enough wordto OB Mlck*y. • tall blond* of 88 who years. 10 magaslms and enough to 1* best noted for tor long drlv- "Moat everything I know, all wrest the heavyweight till* ^^^^^^^^^^^f^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^F^^^^^^^^l^^^tf^U [CIRCLE CLEANERS; 10«W. MYRTIE AN6LETON PHOME T8M*i 9-84S1 Ha Waatt la LaaatVy fraai Tfce YOU SIIU HAVE UNTIL MARCH 14, If M TO REGISTER FREE PORTAWE TV i TRANSISTOR RADIO DRAWING TO IE HELD AT OUR GRAND OPENING 10A.M.-MARCH M, 1964 6IAND OMNING SPEC! ALS Oo»4 (fata March (4th £ SHIRTS 99C — - — — — I ralr : *t B i-*i aaaaaaaf a§apja^a> Ing, was spurred to greatness when she wa* compared to th* Immortal Babe Dittrlkaon Zahar- las. It happened In San Diego, Calif., tor tome town, when th* San Dtego Union earned tor pic- tur* with the caption "Anottor Babe?" Sh* wa* only 13 then. "You can Imagine the gran- dtose thoughts of a 13-year-old girl who ha* just been compared to Bate Zahartes," Mickey r*. call*. "I don't know, maybe they meant It tongue-in-cheek, but I took It very seriously." Anyway, she won her first tournament that year and got a 8800 scholarship. The next year ah* won tto Southern California girls Junior tournament at San Gabriel Country Club In Los Ang*le*. Tter* she m*t Harry Pr*ssl*r, pro at San Gabrtel. Craft Msjas hit startiaf harlars COCOA, Fla.(AI>)-.Houst«n Colt Manager Harry Craft says th* starting pitcher In th* coit*' opening gam* «t Cincinnati April 18 wilt be •lth*r K*my Johnson or Don Hottebart. Turk Paml la most likely to stwt in th* first Houston gam* against Milvftok** th* night of April 18. "Why vsjt to aajM 'em," Craft said Tttesdsy. "Thai's the way weir* got It laid u hurt," Ctttta l«w) hai th* techniques, cam* directly from MM** lassoo*," ah* says. Anymy, sh* becam* • •another Bab*" and then ewewied what tteBatohaddea*. -Maybe Pm gotag out on a limb- b*t B*b* wasn't truly a «r**t golfer," sh* feclar**. "Sk* wu a twly mu athteto •ml atrtotly good ntw* as a per- •oo. Patty B*rg and Louts* Sttggs probably w*r* hotter golttrs bat ttty w*r* erow<*« otrt la tb* Ba»»*Jtn«»d ftmm* from Sonny Llston, \ . tto Fighter of tto Month for February by Ring i "«rn*t"t Wednesday. Llston, * seventh-roond technical knockout victim Feb. 88, was dropped to th* lead- lag challenge's spot by Ring In reltaslng its monthly rat. Ittgs. in other heavyweight division changes, Zora Poll*y of Chandler, Arts,, and Bddte Machen of Los Angel** each moved up on* plac*. to fourth and fifth reepectively, and Britain's Henry Cooper, win. n*r over couniryman Brian London, replaced his victim in 10th place. Ctrrtdloi IMX JACKSON - Th* American Llttl*L**gw meet- Ing IB Lake Jackson U Thursday night, instead of Wednesday night a* reported in Tuesday's Fstts. The meatinc I* at 7:80 p.m. at tte Pint National Bank of Lake Jackaon. Steve Continued from Browa, termer llgMw*H»t ehamptwo(tlafwot1tf t *am*: hand* with PTSMMM aatf aaMt "Oood fight, man, " DALLAS a JUST SAY "CHARGE IT 1 ' NO LIMIT GUARANTEE It honored by thousand* and ihotiwnds of Finwtont d*«l«ra and HCM et In th* Unlt*d StatM and Canada . . .whtr*v«r you ttavtl mi lIHtUtt OUARANTtl NO tMIT ON WUI 08 MOMTM BRAKE ADJUSTMENT MM MUM MIMtn MM XU >•»»<«• » 1 1 1 Ihlj *!>•» •»' i«Mtt>-<««ii».i>-iiiit ^«— — WHEELAUGNMENT Adjuot knlua find add JhU, 1C needed. 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