Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, September 9, 1960 Page: 7 of 8
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Hay Will Open
Tonight In Pro
BOSTON From the all-Ainer-
k«,.k0!! .'"'"1'1' ,ht* American
hooibjH League it's been 10 years
P"' ,f'I'u,lja" monopoly for the
-^aucna' lu a^uc.
...Jh'."' ,WI" '0,nt' fi end lo-
n^ht when the Hustiiii Patriots anil
tin'T' H,l-n,'L>- square off at Bos-
rsily field in the opening
san.e (ij the American Football
"'<• 'rst opposition
ah National league since the
Ail-Aineiua Conference disbanded
■ after ilie 1H49 seasuii la 1950 the
cream of the conference—namely
ithe Cleveland Browns at • I the San
Francisco 49'ers—joined the Na-
tional Mroup aloni; with Balti-
The American League was form-
ed last year anil embraces ei\ lit
cities In addition to Boston an<i
Denver, the otliers aie Bnllalo.
New York. Houston. Dallas. Oak-
land and Los Ant'eit-s The l.eajJin-
lis divided into two sections ea^t
and west—with Houston joinin
New York, Bullalo and Hi.si.iii t.i
tin east. Denver. Dallas, l.o \i■ -
I tfeles and Oakland an- in the r<i
Boston h:.l a line record—1 jihI
1—in exhibition coinpet-Uon and i
a solid favorite tonight over In-i.
vel. which tailed to will a aim
The Patriots have two honniown
quarterbacks. Kil Scn^ui. loime.-
ly ol Hol> Cros.i, and Turn (iirtr.t .
NEW SHIPMENT of WHITE PINE
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER S, I960—Breckenridge American—?
Nationals and has never gone past Amonu th0 important matches on
the quarter-final round. Defending, today's program will he
champion Neale Fraser and his against Chuck McKiiiley; t.aii
chief challenger. Rod Laver. both; Buehhol/ versus Hani Richardson
of Australia, also came through and Bob Mark versus Dennis Ral-
with victories. ston.
THE 1960 WOODSON HIGH SCHOOL COWBOYS—Front row left to
riyht. Frank Montana. Butch Lee. Henry Harrington, Vick Sanders.
Billy Oliver. Warren Woodard. and Gerald Brown, nunaner. Back
row. Ray Kramer. Lonnie Wcodard, Ronnie Holliday, John Parrott,
James Hortjn. Jesse Cloud and Coach Kenneth Scott.
You Can Do It
Again In '60
(MR BEST TO -
COACH HENDERSON and STAFF,
1960 BCKAROO TEAM!
ex ol Holy Cross.
Tht-v al o have a hometown end,
.Inn Colt lou(',li. wliu was a 4-star
pass renter in warniup games.
Hon lint ion is the t i> back in
the Patriot offense but has been
hampered by a leg injury and may
ite i illy spot duty tonight.
Frank Tripucka and Tom
linski. a couple of veterans
National I eague experience.
guide the Deliver offense.
The n-si of the American League
teams will gel going later in the
weekend Dallas and 1jjs Angeles
play tomorrow night in Los Ange-
les and on Sunday New York will
• nti i lain liulfalo and Houston will
i. as Oaklaul in San Francisco.
Leads Ladies In
KiiiVira Squires t.iok top honors
>1 buth In 'h ii .lividual score and
IiihIi series. Iwiwling 111 for her
hist i .iine 132 in the second game
and 203 tor the final game giving
her a set i* • ri l e ot 440. in the
• ■leniiig session of the Ladies
Thursd.iv Morning League at
The l.adies Thursday Morning
l-eagiie is romprised of six teams,
-poie on (I In Sam Fambro Gulf
Distributor. Kwiug Drilling Comp-
any, McMahan Dru, Company, the
Hat anil Gown. Bowen Drug Com-
pany and Bill Arnot.
Kwing Drilling defeated Sam
I ambt.i by the score ot 1303 to
K'«/< The Hat and Gown defeated
McMahan Drug by the score of
1520 to 1278, whiit Bowen Drug
took Hill Arnot's team 1258 to 1129
Mrs. Si|iiiirs led the Hat anl
Gown's team with her 446. Mrs
Phil Kiev.n was second with a 422
Mrs. D. C. Pitts rolled a 3«1 and
Mis Jakie S.tndelei had a 271 for
a team tot.'il of 1.520.
I^'aiiie landings based on two
points pt r 'anie and two points
n i team total find the Hat and
Gov.n, Fwiny Drilling and Bowen
I tii" wuh i Ii lit points each, while
Me.Mahan Urug. Sain Fambro and
Bill A mot have a minus eight
Next Thin (lay's schedule will be
1 ■ i:1111- lied at a later Hate.
Karl Marx. German Socialist and
anthoi of "Das Kaoital." is buried
ii lliglifatc Cemetery, Loudon.
Open Play At
The Woodson High Cowbov.s open
i their I960 season, at home Friday
i night in their only six man game
on the schedule, against Paint
! Creek. This game had been sehed-
| tiled last year on a home and home
contract, therefore it will be played
under six man rules.
1 September Ifi is an open date, on
the 23rd of September they will
take on Prosper, kicking their reg-
jUlar eight man play. September 30
finds the Cowboys going to Vernon
i for a game with North Side. Oeto-
jber 7 the Cowboys again take to
the road for game with Forsan.
] October 14 is an open date.
October 21 starts ilistrict play
and finds the Cowboys again on the
road for a game with Benjeman,
| on the 28th the Cowboys are at
home with Goree, and close out the
season in Bryson on November 11.
Coach Kenneth Scott will be
playing his first year in eight man
football, coming to Woodson from
Bi:( .Spring this year. Coach Scott
said, eight man is \ery similar ;o
eleven man ball, with the excep-
tion of the loss ol the guards and
on back, in eife'ht man ball a live
i man line is used with a three man
Dots And Dashes
In Sports World
American League umpires Ed
McKinley and Ed liunge have been,
i granted leaves of absence for the j
balance of the season. They were
the intended victims of an alleged
j extortion plot recently. Ohio State,
the defending NCAA champion, will
face Seton Hall and Utah will lace'
Peiin iii the opening round of the ;
holiday basketball festival in New
York at Christmas time.
Pitcher Al Worthington of the
Chicago White Sox has returned ]
to his home in Birmingham, Ala-
bama and has refused to give any
reason lor leaving the pennant con-
Ami the St. Louis Cardinals have
signed 15-year-old pitcher Mike
Jones. He will be assigned to Keo-
kuk in the Midwest League next
PI A11A *. •
' \v« OL/MP?AD£
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Man's Shop Off
In Lead Of New
The second men's league got un-
derway at Breck Lanes Thursday,
the Thun.lay Night Ten Pinners,
with The Man's Shop team taking
team high score honors with a
total of 2,243 for the evening--
Guinn Ferguson, of the Hub
Clothiers team had the high in-
dividual score with a 202 for his
second game. Gaylord Crowley of
Tolle's Cleaners team had the high
series, bowling 193-155-181 for a
high total of 529.
J. C. Squires lead The Man's
Shop team with a 518, Weldon
Rogerr had 484. Joe Pechatek had
a 429, D. C. Pitts oowled 428 and
Pat Foy had 384 for a team total
Hub Clothiers defeated the Ran-
ger T-P Coal and Oil by the
score of 2.037 to 1.906. The Man's
Shop took .1. E. Cox Trucking 2.243
to 2,220. Boswell Dairy Hefeated
hurmon Furniture 1.962 to 1,736
Tclle's Cleaners took T-P Coal and
Oil cf Breckenridge by the score
of 2,128 to 1,759.
Ranger T -1'
The law provides that when the population of a
County drops below 10,(100, the separate office of
Assessor and Collector of Taxes is no longer authorized,
and the Sheriff must take over the duties of this office.
Tax-paying voters, however, may keep these offices
separate by voting at a special election to add an Assess-
or-Collector of Taxes to the list of authorized county
The County Commissioner's Court has called such
an election for Tuesday, September 20, 1960. Printed
on the ballot will be:
"FOR ADDING AN ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR OF
TAXES TO THE LIST OF AUTHORIZED
"AGAINST ADDING AN ASSESSOR COLLECT-
OR OF TAXES TO THE LIST OF AUTHORIZED
All regular voting places will be open from 8 a.m.
until 7 p.m.
In Tennis Ploy
NEW YOKK !/}•>— Barry MacKay.
the top Davis Cup player for the
United States, was eliminated in
the National Tennis Singles champ-
ionships yesterday at Forest Hills
in New York. His conquerer was
Bob Mark of Australia, and the
; scores were 7-5, 6-3. 6-8. 0-6, 6-4.
MacKay has been jinxed in the
NOTICE OF IIIIIS
To be received by the City of Breckeniidge, a Municipal
Corporation of Stephens County, Texas. •
Sealed bids will be received at the office of City Secre-
tary at City Hall until 2:00 P.M. Tuesday, October 11,
1960, for the following equipment:
ONE 1961 model truck chassis; 6 cylinder; 150 H,P.
minimum; minimum of 19,000 Ih. G.V W.; equipped
with a 16 or 20 yard packer type body. (Optional
bids to be given).
Specifications are on file at the office of City Secretary,
City Hall, Breckenridge, Texas.
The Cit\ reserves the right to waive any or all formali*
ties and to reject any or all bids or to accept any propos-
al deemed in the best interest of the City.
Special consideration will be given those packer manu-
facture's who bid trucks to be purchased from a
Breckenridge truck dealer.
CITY OF BRECKENRIDGE
(signed) James II. Swaim
TO THE 1960 TEAM
UNITED PIPE & METAL CORP.
STREET SCENE—Doris Fuchs of the United States gym-
nastic team demonstrates her form for three members of
the German rowing squad The interested spectators are,
left to right, Willy Padge, Klaus Zerta and Michael Obst.
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