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ftMU rrMM*.ttftr fa*..**"". »w TMlfACTS Donnie Peters sets record, mitt DOG gTAtMVtt, U Port* - CMM MftBM* iMd- «m'* Bt»**a**ft t»a*»tof> tort Bt*M pt*M b*f*ll*terti> M HM Cl**« AAAA m a-A Md tw*r p*rk m }>A. HoM U f!M«h»4 ***** M >-A. Rtrihnr* Olrmp(e», II l«imi •*- Cl»r Inat flrrt W tM« <Hvl*loi> AM !• (to lhrM-4l<1tton r*«M o« iwtor »hf»»- (tW* ill itUmona, fanftt pfrt vi* wf.* Hi* Ifool tam|t*lllill»*p of 11-4 I/J !• *H 4 n»w fM- nrl inlhit »i™«t Tta t.tfiUMf M f*>H*» «*rt m«r*»<i'>i)t'r rr»dKr»fl- tM, twrrt in lh» pot* nullf Jim** TV»m»i, Uilrt In Ih* Mfti kwdl*!) \jttn w«twrud U« i/*t»», wcnof Md third, rMpMtlnlr, in Ihf thot pn*| Tom Wood, fo«rUi IB Iht 100- «i«tty, laMa iaOb»*htrr»tj Mid Tim PMBIBj, tl«ttMOM hlfii hwdltt. J.Tt»« et Hauittm wit B*e> rmrt In Ttx*t Ctty, t*» of llmtdnn *»t third, R*C*a •>! Hovitan wit f'«rth, ind Itmw- lun D»ll*ir* wt« fifUi, rot movnd in OA UM Irwk Uirnuf hout lh» ifltrnnoa. IMek diractor -rf UM Porto tehnolt WM m«*( WMMAIttHB »»•« - (I) Cwt««, at La Porte Mtd ArmlB, Jonrd. Kt w rceont, oM rtWM, Tt*» mi* rr»i**, nritntport, It*, IM2. Milt f«UX-{l) Bill High (t) B*llilM (I) T«iti City (4) tut**. Ttff»: *M,I, KMT to, 3:2«.l, IHI, Aspro, up at Cocoa y*eu COCOA, rto.-T»» lea Con ,4i«' UWM MI <*»•- Uoa mirki il Uw atari of Ifeta aaruv'i iriialaf maea-lk* Aavnxnoato'i bMk Irovbto*. /U* BMehimp'a arm l»l«rr ud Jim wnoTi atrtlity toplir cUmillon mirM Ihromh UM •arly phiM* of iprlag trila* lag aad UM *a«r* Cell .ttf •taff U kMplag tatlr «•«•" •roaafd UMI *tet l»*y biw aaaa to lu will eonUnw . ihronffc UM nwdtf MiMa. Aipromoato, DaMhtmp ifld Wyaa hivt alt ihowa dtflaMi •jarad Ihtir probMmi. Afpromoau, UM »-ytir. oH Coll IWrd buamaa who wti bottond til of IMl with pultod muMMi la Ma lower bMk, haa atewa UM old UP Uwt mt* Mm oat of UM Ma- Uoatl LMgw'a tlaaat Udrd btMtiiaa IB INI. Ha aw baw tha attUax itatallna of Iba •arly apriag drOla aad haa atwwa awt tglUtytadtgrw- •ivawaa tata MW batort. "I caat baUaw bo* «*n I fnal," aaM UM Uadanmt baabator. "I ba«a ao palaor atttawaa waatooawr aafllatl 100 par otnt-M'a ktathoptit ataya that wty." "I'm trylag to torgat IM9 oompMtly ud Biwn to my- aalf Uwt draam," At ouLT nvi or THK UpteytraoMalMd w aw orlUMl KtUoMl Uipi* ptoy«r pool wt Mill wllk DM Coll .401. Ttwy •r« abown, Ml to rl|M, i« ItottHon'i •prise trmUUBf IMMI! Coei, Pta,, PlUh- •r «ok firr«U, oatttaUtr Alflputftor, PttotMT KM UUli ud Third BiMmu Bob Aipro- monto. rimtl, ullit ud Aipromoato cim« tram UM Dodftn, Sptmtor firom Uw Brmi ud jotauwa from On Rwto. -Photo (pvelil to Tte Facto Edna captures honors at 2nd Sweeny Relays aWEENY-«M*ny cottM pat together only II1/4 point* here Sttorday night in the •eeond umial Sweeny Itetey*. Shot put-(l) Crlip, (3) Morgan, Ptteclo* (3)Trn- e*k. Dull**. Dtotuot: 8341/8. Now record, otd rea- wu ruth In .the ord 88-1 I/a, Crltp, IN3. ny retey t**jr» DflMaHl) Qttgp, JMjH* (8) to UM 180 B^TTBAikf qfftaa (S) IcSum, Brown IM tor tiriK Frlendiwood DUtono*t I4S- Btaeaamp, who «a>M«alr- •d ataaf with pttamr Chuck Ttytor from UM It. Uwla CaHtaata tor Carl Warwick talt put wtafcr, hu hid a Watory of • wry watk trm d«t to t mimbtr of minor laagw lajurUt, llowavar, UM S4.yatr-oU oalflatMr la tkrowlag wall MOHgb right aow to play la UM mijora. "I'm aot golag to take uy abtMM oabNrtlagitagatoibwt II BMla btttor ud Krntgar ao* thu U hit la UM Uatflw yatra," atld Batahtrnp. "I wu Mat h> UM Oomlalau Mpablic thu wtntor with tha tola parpoat of artnglhtalag my arm usl I thlak II hatptld off." Baachunp wu tht Tatu Utgat'a Moat Vabnala May- •r hit t*Moa whta h> baitod .S)T, Ml 11 bom* nma, 10 tfiptoi, is doablta, drew in IM rua* tad atoto II buaa. Wyw, who lawatrlagWIUM Mtyt awnbtr M hop*i Uul a ntikt of th» fTwt Maya da. taaaifa muutv»ra will nft off oa Mm, hu rMMwd tha lUim ol tppronl oa Ut do> f*aai«« play to 4*to by mu> agar Crifl, who Mmatlf wu oat of UM grMtOtDMMlvaool- rtatatrtiRbutbiU. plac* to UM poto viuiu Edna'* Cowboy* won flnt place In tb* 87'leam meet, getting 1011/4 point*. Pe*r- land wu eeeond with M and Patoclo* look thlrd-plic* honor* with 67 pototo. Purland'a Wayne tuin* wu high pointer In the tt- lair u b* chalked upSBpotnu. SUMMARIES ggo-yard retoy - (I) llil- tottovUte (S) Pearlud (3) BoUvUte. Time: 1:33.8. New raeord, old ncord 1:34.7, Edna. 1848. 180-yard low huniie«-(i) JctaMn. Peartend (S) Senior, Dull** m HloU, Tldehiven. Time: 10.9. 880-yard duh-(l) B*rg- itrom, Edna (3)/tl*yM», Pa. toclo* (3) Probtoky. Pearland. Tim*! 88.3. New rec- oro. old record 13 Oat, Mai- Mr, Eut Bernard, IMS. Mite run-(l) witeon. Pear- tend (8) Ellck. B*llvlUe (3) V*a*y. rrteBMwood. Time; 4:80.1. Mite iwtey-(l) Edna (I) P*- Uclot (8) OuUe*. Tim*: 3:88.8. Naw record, old rec- ortl 3iM.B, Ida*. IN3. TEAM POtNTS-Edna 101. 1/4. p*arlaa4S4, Paldo* a?. High potot nun - Wayn* Rain*. Peirtend. St, 01/3. Naw record, old record, 140.8, Mt by Crlip In 1*83. High Jump-(l)R**k*, WU. II* (I) Simon*, Edn*(3)TlM, Oulte*. H*lghti 8-1. Now rM- ord, old record, 6-0, **t by Cowirt, Doling, I86X Brotd jump - (I) Rain*, PearUnd (8) Falter*, Tlde- luven (3) H*v*rlud, Seily. Dlctue*: 20-41/2. Pole Yiult-(IJRaln*, Pew- Und (2) Hurt*, Tldthtvw (3) Shetton, PiUeloi. Height: 124. New record, old record, 11-4. Mtby Rain*, 1963. 440-yard r*Uy-<t> Peir- tend (3) HaUettsvUte (3) P*. teclo*. Tim*: 44.6. New rM- ord, old record, 44.8, Edna, 1863. 8*0-yurd rtm-{l) Power*, Edna (8) BOOM, Hitchcock (3) Frinki, Edna. Tim*: 8)08.8. 110-yird high burdtea-d) Senior, Dattea, (2) Glbaon, Pilicio* (3) penk, Tlo>. haven. Times 18.6. New rM- ord, out record, 18.*, Mangum, Pateeto*, 1963. 100-ytrd daah-(l) Rtin*, Peirtend (3) Witkla*, Boltog (3) Drudt, waly. TL-ne: 10 rut. Haw record, old record, te.8 Mt by WatkU*, Boling, 1863. 440-yird da*h-(l) Store*. Stringer, Ellett reach quarter finals in tennis MEMONIAL PARK TENNBI CENTER, HoMtoa - Braao*. p»rt Exporter aettert, Atten Stringer and Bill Elteti, r***ted UM o«arter«fto*te to a ttete of 40 teim* ta tte b»v*' doubte* of lh> Spring Breach tavUittieacl ter* Friday. There were «0 Mgh whoal entrtet la boy* ud gtrte **•***. Stringer ud tltett w*r* dMMted by MarckaU Sbotert aad Ken Fume* of gay**** 1 * Rotert t. Lee, tt* tea M»d- ed team i* UM towument. Tat* wu UM ttr*t *M*t I* *M*k UMBhlpteBBi*tM« hu parttetaited tkto aprtag. Meat Friday u4 Saturday, Co*** jote ajuateg tote* UM ptej*r* from tot fMter MgM to MM A«atto «*JM* T**ma. to Ite MpHal «tty. totted Shirley «*hms, Bra- •Mport, 6-1, 6.1. Botty Coanor (Lufkta) d*. teated B*tty lUrttett (LJ JVB* tor High). 4-1,8.1. GIRLS' DOUBLES Saadv Meadtill and Betty Jalkoft, Howtoa Um«r, d*> totted Marilyn Muahowteband Nanay AUlaoo, Braiotport, 6.3, 6-3. •M OakneB ud Jaato* FloBfwoy, Lake J**k*m, de- ***tod Stein Art* a*d P*m Loai*, Hebatea Ragu, *>i, 4.4. Bobbie Garmt aad uad* Oweu, Baytowa^ d*f»ited Oakma* and Ubuirnoy, Uk* Jtakcen, 4.3, 4-1. BOYS' SWCLES Tom Hyatt, Paaadoaa. <te- tMtod Joaa S*y*HW, Brtaoa* •t tte *VMt* to stem* mam HHIItf' UHflt.SJJ Jo** Mllo**, T**u Ctty, d*l*atod LtBMey KrolL L*M J**MM,*.0,6.1. BOW DOUBUBI Alte* MrtejMr *K BtU EU teM, 6r*M*p**t. dMHtedKu u* JM surnar, North •hot*, 4.3,6.3. Strtojwr ud Eltett defeated Jim Ye*** and KM Kofftr, SoBtti Houaton, 6-*, 6-1 (flr*troundX Striacer ud Eltott (teteated JM Powitiky aad Terry Yowkg. PuadM*. 44, 4-4, 7.8 (Moond ro*BdX MarthiU SMbtrt ud MB FuUtek, BaytowB,. aaaiatod S«tog*r and CUatt, 4-8, 6.1 (quartertUuteX- Tommy K*rr and ctutord Graham, Uk teated BUI Toby Harlmaa, Paswteu, 6-3, 6.3 (pr*Um«X MKt«*l Qutoterry and Stm MMter, Ball High, doteated K*rr ud Orabam. 6.1. 6.8. » aAJtlioa to goteg to AM- tto M«t wMwad, tte Bruo*. part n*tt*rs have three r*. mtlalag tour*«m*al* Sports Briefs it** * 0) Mar**, <•> (3) uew, ftWMMtt (4) Wrt, fteytow*. cm«nii is- 71/4, ••*. HUfc MMte*-<1) Morrte. Jaw** (I) ft**, ft*** cflr (8) Ttomu, Brisocpart (4)t>Mk- *fj Tt«*f City. Tlmei 14,04/10. KM Moord, old fMmM, DM KOOMT, Spring Brawn, 14,8, int. Sfc* p«MI) Cooper, f**f- r, Bf*ao*port (I) (8) jBMton, T**U CM* W MaiteM, J***t (4) (toper, fHgu. DlateBMi IBl-lt. jwnp - (I) P*t*r«, BrtMCport (1) Or***, JOB** (3) LattnU, Tex** CHy (4) Bltek, Dafte. H»tgM) 814 I/I. Two-mite r*tey-<t) B«M•Ift m T«*U CHf (S) Mag- *» (4)M|*)*B. ft**! g»lf,t, IK* reoerd, oM r*4M*,B*tl. *Jtw, »:*0.«, lift. l0B**ati dfafe~(l) CM**- m, HMJjJBi t»* <l) It***, IWgu (S) Ootfwto, RoMtoa U* (4) Woof, Braatoport. Ttm*t M. Tted r*oord of LM WeM, Limar, 1963. (M LM (I) T*xa* CUT (t) tMltelr* (4) RoMtoB Joau. tinwt IM.li, Hew r*«or*, oM Ctty, Il33.8, mi. ISO-tow-Morrl*, MM* (I) P*tm, Bruosport (3) tar- btrttvgh, HMgn (4)Thomu, BraMoport. Time: IM, tted old fMord Mt by Jim wad*, Mllby, ina. 220 duh-(l)0o6dman. Ball High (8) Mite*, T*xu City (3) Mo***, LM Rd**toB (4) Wwteworth, LM Houtloa. Tlmei 82.6 (cNBBd c«rv*X New fMord, old record, Mlk* (I) Bwirto, m*r, TEAM ponrr»~T»»u cmr M.JOBM 713/4, Ho*** M» Brtsoiport 89, B.rtawn 861/10, Worth Ihor* 143/4, Mitt* Oavto 0, S»m Houiton t I IN IASIIAU OPIIIII, 2-0 Shippers blank Lamar «• • • i*. «MIM> l«o run* OMB UON8 FIELD, Coaeh 4. B. Carroll'* nra»- t«porter butball«n >ht IM4 ataton on a note hire Saturday tfl- MUELLER, GODtESKI IN LEAD RrVERSlDE COUNTRY CLUB-BID Muattar'a 7B Sit- orday In tha third round of tha annual RhwriM* Club chtm- ploathlp Colt Tourntmaat gamo him t tavtB-itrokawad la tbt champloMhlp night, Muallar'a tcora ttindt at 286 ajolag Into UM final round Boa- day. Trailing MutUtr la jot Oodtoakl with a thrM-round total of 832 alter thooUag a 71 Batarday. H. U MeBanatt to to third place with a 836. kteBtmatt got a 74 Saturday. FLIGHT LEADERS CHAMPIONSHIP - (t)BUl DuilM (S) Clou, EdU (3) HirtfUM, N«wt*IU«. Tlntt 82.1. Ntw rwond, old neord, OM, Mt by SvwUuDd, E*B- bury. Graham fpsttf Clear Cratk Ii3-Afiials AUSTIN (AP)-OMbwn'* StMri, • tallUdtaMMiirotiii from North TmstpalMwhat many obwntra oooaldand an upMt to ttaBBiac datmdtat ebampton Ctaar Cmw 00-50 to eipturt tna Claaa AAA obimploaaUp, Witt 6 foot • all-atate oaa- Ur Mlktf Loctaer rammlnc la K potato tad MoeUaf num. •row ihoU, tht Stotra h»d ta •uy Urn* wttb Ctoar Crwk, Jumping to a 14-polat toad, 30-10, at htttUm* ud boldlac that nuurfla anUI tta WUdeato otoMd tat lap la tka Jotntth quarter. bulletin AUSTIN (AP) - Tateo d»- (MUd Haartotte, 7840. ban Saturday alfht to eiptura tt» CUM A bukaiball ehanptati. •Up la TIMM. It waa Uw Oatl came of the aaawU atata tmtnamtat la watch ebam- PloM ara daehM In all flv* •divlatoaa of •choclboybaHMt- kuU (78) 838 (3) H. U Me- Bunwtt(74)83e. mat FlUht-(l) Raymond Water a*) **t (S) tit, Bob Curllito (88) and j. T. Hill (•1), 488. Second FUght-(l) or. E. HaimMgntr (M) aee ci) R. B. Taylor (10) 872. " HOPPER FIELD, Kreeport -south Houston junior High traekaten took flnt place her* Saturday afternoon In the Braaoaport Junior High school*' invitation*] Track and FteW MMt. Tte South Houiton* counted up 83 potato. Angteton Junior High wu second with tt pototo, Freeport took third place with 38, Late Jackson wu fourth with 18, TMU Ctty Fry wu fifth with 11 and W**t Columbto Junior Riga got two point*. Ttere wan aU teama *nt- •nd, Cl«te Junior Hlghwlih- dnw on Friday. SUMMARIES 100 dub-(l) Llndberg, South HotHton 98) R*tetag, Late JackMtt (8)800**, south Rottttoa (4), Bp*no*r, Fry. Tim*: 10.8V 70-yard high hurdtos-(l) quatauMn, Angteton, (8 ) JOOM, ABgteton (3) Mccultey, Angteton (4) Areter. south HoiMton. TlBMi 104. HU* r*l»y-(l) ABgl*ton (Mccultey, Oliver, Hobb*. Normu) (I) PiMport (3) South Hcmtton (40 Pry. Time: 3:84.3. 440 ntey- W SouU. Houston ( Ltodterg, Nlxoo. Feeh- n*r, aeatoB) (I) ABgteton (8) W (*> Late Jackson. PEMACOLA, FU. (AP>- AraoM PilmarudOtryPUy- ar, J*o of UM btggaat nanwa in ottodara golf, awl Millar Barbar, a tow rattfar *to hu Btwr von. wanttodfer tha Mtd tttHTday to tha Udrd round of tha 930,000 PMW- oota OMB wttb ll-wtor-par SOUTH BEND, MU (AP>- johaay DM, 40, formar Al»Mom Dima'a ha»d tog JohBay .Japtaa, who ra« for WsltaM Butt*, form*r March tt.it, TOWUtMBt. (UlMttOBj AMU M, BBjIteWB <y|M4tlmM>l|)». BaytoMw an* Ajttt II, Otot- rut IS.4A itbjatto dtfMtet, MB«»BJ». uktog 4n4al 41 CWtd) mm * ttpf O A*gtetM(|) ill » j.i. aHtft fll » '* **f amoon. dtfoatt«( Mowten Lamar, J-0. Th» gam*, aenadttUd for HMBton, wu mo»ad to Bru- otpett when Lamar found no fteld avallabfab TAB eoateM ud Iht OM thai praeadad II- t Janlor vtralty gama—wart both playtd uadtr tbraatoa- Ingaktoi. Braaaaport barter, Rofar Zwahr, got MM victory, goteg tht atten-inntnt dlalanct and allowing only ont Ml, ont walk and tanning alx balwra. Angleton and Columbia 5th and 6th at Lavaca W(3) Areter, teMh HonatoB (4) Morrteoa, Aagteton. Tim*: ItlM. 440 «tuh - (J) Hobo*. ABgteton (Q By*n, r pn*. port (3) OUvw, ABgteton (4) Stoe*, South Hotwton. TlBMi 86.6. UOdub-(t) Ltodherg. sooth *««• PORT LAVACA-Anilt- ton'a Butch Waldtn wu lha only ra>jord braakar haraSat- urtty andLamarccnaolldatod wu lha team wtnnar u Ih* •Ighlh naming of Ibt Calboun Rttoya war* raclcd off at Stnd crabstadlamundtrdtrk, threatening aklts. Wtldtn broka UM axlatlng rMord to lha poto vault with k towartog teapot is-l 1/4 dt» : ptte atrong, gutty wlndt. Tht old record wu 13 teal. Coach BUI Ltermen'aWUd- cato madt a awttp on tht •van! u KraMth Braahtar took aacond and Butch third, both with teapt *Uh 11 teat. Aa far u toamatandinga wara coneamad, Lltrmu'a chargaa flntehad with 48 I/IB point* to cop fifth plact bt- hlnd Bay Ctty, Buvtll*. El Campo and, of court*, Lamer Consolidated. ' Tha I/Uth of. a point cam* when DarnU Taylor wu on* of 13 boy* vbo tted lor tilth place to the high Jump. And, Ironically, UM Ue enabled ^Angtetoa toedge.co»mly-rlv»l CotomMa.Hlfb School for the , flftt «pot. The'Rouftintck* ftntobtd alxth with 48 point*. Columbto galheredpototeon UM bcate of Paul Ctayton, •econd to the 880; Lawrence Henry, third In the high Jump; Cm* Hlghtower, third to 110- yard Ugh hurdtet, flrat to the 230. ~ Angteton added point* with Scott Brady'* second-plM* run to the 100-yard dub; Jim Purdom winding up*lilhtotb* open quarter; * ilxth place fln- teh by Bobby Crtffllh ta tha 880 and a second-place madtl the mlle-retoy team mada up of Griffith, ouane WUltoma, Purdom aad Brady. cord, old record, **t by Tummy Manball, Yoakum. 1*63,13. 440-yard ralay-0) El Campo (8) Ba*vUl* (3) Lamar Consolidated. Tlm*t44.e. 880-0) Lopa*. BMvllte (8) cteyton, Columbia (3) Karth, Yorktown. Tlmai 8:08. 3. High Jump-(l) Prlddy, Calhoun (S) Battta, Lamar (3) Henry, Columbia. Height: 8-0. 100-yard duh-(l) Height, El Campo (III) Brady, Angleton (3) scnunka, Wnarlon. Tim*: 10J. (H*ight ran 10 flat to prelim* to U* matt record.) ISO-yard Ugh burdte*-(l)! Htrdln, Lamar (8) Matthew*. Lamar (3) Hlghtowar, Columbia. Time: 18-4. 440-0) Hallbrd, Bay City, (I) Henry. Columbia (3) Delgado, El Campo. Time: 8U. ISO-yard low hurdle* - $1) Hlghtower. Columbia (8) Matthew*, Lamar (3) Petcock, Oolted. Time: 80.9. 880-^1) Height, ElCimpo (8) Waugura (3) Komlg, AugaDute*. Time: 83.3. Mite run-(I) Edle.ElCwn- po (8) Cintu, El Campo (3) Martin**, Wharton. Tim*: 4:49.8. Mite relay-(I) Ltmar (8) Angleton (Griffith, William*, Purdom, Brady) (3) Bay City. Time: 3:38.4. Brazosport golfers tie for fifth at Beoimort TERRELL PARK. Beiu- n)oot—BnjMwport Exporter goUtr* flntehcd In a U* for fifth place with Spring Branch here FrWiv to *,.8S^t**m CteSl AJtAA golf* tourriiment. The two team* shot 313 eich. And Flrreport junior High llnkimen marked up a 380 team *core to take, third plac* In the Junior high dlvteton at neighboring Bayou DenGoU Course. Exporter BUI Wad* wu tted u tb* third high Individual ta the Ctess 4-A dlvtolon and Freeport junior High'* Arthur Ruuell. with a 78, wu medalist to the Junior Ugh tournty. rp 1 * Robert Sellg- man, a alxth grader, shot a 96 to be one of the top four fortb*R*d*kto*. Otter leader* for Bruo*- Lamar's Mustangs won tb* . . . mite nlay to tek* the 80 AAfAf4f\f\ r*nr\ coveted pototo awarded for 'TlCMUUO 0110 that event ud to DOM out teat f • year', champ El Campo. WOflVOfl Wlfl ElC*mpo,vho«cor*dMI>« ' AUSTIN (AP)-McAdoo and Canyon won state schoolboy bukatbaU chanptooshlp* Saturday, both to ovarttm* vtc- torto*. Canyon, near Amarlllo, icotwd only on Bobby Evan*' fnw throw to • three-minute overtime period, but that point •toad up an to* Bagtea adgad Lucuter. 88.81, for tha CtauAAUtte. Lanouter'* Greg Bautey potote, did have the high point rau, howevtr. Carl Height dubed to victories In the 100, 880 and anchored th* winning Rice Bird 440-yard relay team to icon 88 pototo. Height'* run of 10 flat to UM prelim* tted tb* m**t 100-yard mark. BMvUto'a Gary Manalwr wa* the only otter tthtete to win ta more tbu OM event u he took victories to tte dtoeua and shot. to tte fruhman dlvteton, RobatowB mad* a mMwar of tbtogti by Mortog tt pototo to nmoerup El Canpo** 60. SUMMAFIBS Shot put-CO Mawkw.BM- rtll* (8) KrauM, Vorttown (3) Mccrtlg. BMvUte. DtotSBMt 38-81/4. Broad jump-W Waagura, El Campo (8) Johnson, bay Ctty (3) rteB,B**vtlte. Dte- teac*! 80-» 3/4. Dtoeaa-Q) Maaakar. Baa. viu* 9) smart, calhoun 0) W*ath*r*by. AguaDuto*. Dto- port, ta addition to Wad*, were .Dickte Penney, 77; Jimmy Lewto, .79; and Tarry Flynt 4 and Pat chapman.,j^l **ch., k In addition to Ruuell and Scllgmu, other top men for i Freeport junior High Included Jimmy Turner, 61, and Larry Monte, 98. Port Arthur won tte 4-A dlvteon with a 308, Tyter LM wu second at 308, Houston B*ltolr* wu Udrd with a 300 and Spring Branch Memorial wu fourth at 31L Corpua Chrtetl Hamlln wu winner to tte Junior hlghdlvl- slon with a 388 and Marshall Junior High had a 333 for second place. BaytownHorac* Mann followed Freeport wltii a Ml. tt wu tte Mcond WMk ta a row that tte Exporter* ted tted Spring Branch. Tte two team* tted for atatb, pteo* at Baitrop a ***k aarlter. Tte BmMporten **n over an boar late tettog otf- tte <Dw brote downaomltoa from BMumonU Thr** coaete* an*w*r*d tte call for taalp ami buuu from Taxu Ctty, SoathHOBitoaandGateM Park cam* to tte Otter Individual hlgh*ehodl •core* Included: David McBurnett 17, Wai- tor Uoooay 89, Mare Mar- ouart M, /ndcialrborn* 101. Otter Ship*' two run* eanf In tele Inning*, OM In tte Hflh ud tto other to tte u sixth. With tte toad, tte Ei- * porter* dldnt com* to bat to tte Mventh fnun*. .,. Tto Mvwith Inning ran cam* on • homer belted over tto outfteld HIM* by nightflelder Jim Lanon. And the ottor run for the host* was the r*- •ult of a utmar error to tter *lxth. * Catcher Curtis Wktoontelt- ed a ny ball to short, Itowtod shifted tte tell and Lantar'* Johnnie JM George tet It drop, •coring Shipper Davte McAndrews, who tod doubted to gat on but earlier. Tto Exporters collected four hit*, tn addition to Larson's homer and McAndrewa* doubte, Dickte Henderson *n*T Richard Rlmato each ilngted. Hugh Hamilton wu tto losing pltetor for Lamar. H* want all tto way, giving up two ran* on four hit*, walking three, and linking out 18 Exporter*. to tto Junior varsity gam*, Lamar defeated tto Ship JVs, 7-8. David Lanon and J*r- ry Mclntlre combined tdj handle tto pitching chores for Braxosport, Tto Ship B team got four hlte, all atogte*. They wen by Jama* Smith, J*rry j*w- •U*n, Ralph Bttell and Mcln- Un, Tto vanity Exporter* have three date* Ihte week. They tort Laraar Consolidated at i.m. Tu«*d*y, host timarM 7 pirn. Thilrsda/'HAf'go* to Houiton Wutbury fora tioon gam* Saturday. BOX SCORE Brazocport (2) Ptenr RMd.cf Larcon, rt H*nd*r*on, i Traten, tb Rlmato, 2b MeAbdrew*, Gray, c Watoon,o Box, 3b Zwahr, p TOTALS AB 3 a i* 3 a 3 U 3 a t a 2 33 R 0 t 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 a H 0 1 1 r i 0. 0 0 0 4 Lamar (0) Player Vaughn, tb Ullrich, rf Brock, 2b Rotortaon, < G*org*, M Clarabut,c T**gu», ft Dtoeb,p Hamilton, p TOTALS AB 3 3 3 a * ' 3 3 3 a s 84 R 0 0 0 0 0 •0 0 0 0 0 H 0 °1 O 1 0 0 0 0 0 t I Hoistoi t •cite t| Ittdtr fttf mte**d time ctoM-to aboto. Two teammate*, Don Mark* and Tommy Horton, mlaaad from Ite tree Uwnr UM to tte doting minute* uCanyon grabbed Ite aaeoad *tato till*. Cbrto BUM* 101, Larry Baal 101, Larry Vottentag 104, Ronnie Voltentag 111, Davtd Rotertoon 116 and Freddte Dreyer 188. LAREDO (AP)-Urtv*nU3r of Houston won tte moat smashing victory to tte hto- tory of Border oiumpto* gotf Saturday, racking up M48 for 71 hotea-a. I7«atroto margto over TMU. which ttatoted ucond with 1199. •9 SA Highlands unseats REL of Baytown at Olympics Pote vautt-Q) w»ld*n. ABgteton (8) Bnatear, Ang- teton (8) Brewer, Angtetom Hatobtt 134 V4. M** r*. LABJDO, Tax. (AP)-Howard county wo* tto *lxtb •traighi Jonlor *joJJ*o* eham- ptoMbip andSuAntontoHtgb- la*d* maMted Baytown u (4) ton. DtotoBMi 141.7, Pote van* - <i) Ttdtow. FrMportOO Brutoar. Aag. tetoa (8) Hautfmaa. South KOMI** (4) Smith. aaHH HMftM. might: gvg. Broad Ju*» - (I) T»W toB*. Fieeuut (8) T«B rMord* war* aat and thrM tted tottetwoeluM*, Howard Coaaty contrtbutint •opt KifkVMd of Vtetoirte CoBBM, who won tte te, ajUto twttwa.mUa; «4tk !• potet*. H*Mton* rM- ord. A. J. wmteauladHov. ai4CoBitrtoa*»a*lito«7« toto tte mite rBtey-ttettoal «v*at.-M»Jd tew* tted Hlgb- teaiBi kr wiaBtog fl»*t ted fflatilud* ftatcted ttiird but Karmlt wound u|i out of tte moMyaltogatter. Wtttoaw wu tte ooly oral- ton oUM ottejp 4JMB ttebrtU U«A JUrkwood.H*tooktte 100 otter Junior oolteg* rM- ord* war* Klrtwcod lfc03.1 to tte two-mite, DtekteUaite, Blton, 1*9 «»*t | toeteam tte JawUn, ud Larry MCA Courttey, VWorto. 31.9 lE ttolSO., ^ Gary RobMa of Kwmlt vaotted 13 fMt 8 l/H laebM to aot a roaord to tto hl«j> Mtoat du*. HlghlaiKteUMI tte440^r»rdr*laym*rkw«fc tte mite njajr record with Ml.t to Ite pnllmtoartei. SuJwlato woa U*f ttojl to *l|

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