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S--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Jan. 8, I~I THE By Benny Rogers Roundball season gets back into full swing within the next week as the Tigers compete in Van's Invitational Tournament and the Tigerettes begin their quest for supremacy in 18AAA. The Tigers, who were scheduled to host Brownsboro Tuesday night, face perenial East Texas power Whitehouse tonight at 6 p.m. in the first round of tournament action. b Tiger win over Coach C. L. Nix's Wildcats would set the local cagers for a 7:30 p.m. tilt Friday against either Big Sandy or host Van. Should the Tigers lose they would meet the loser of ,thaj~g~me at 4:30 Friday. 'The Tigers are guaranteed three games during the tournament as the three day affair Is set up for the teams to battle for first to eighth place finishes.Teams entered in the tough tourney, other than the ones already mentioned, are Corsicans, Lindale, Mineola and Canton. Next week Coach Willie Wilson's crew will continue to find the opposition tough as Cayuga and T. K. German pay visits to Tiger Gymnasium on Tuesday and Friday respectively. Junior Variety action at 6 p.m. precee