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January 8, 1981

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The.Ma!_akoff News,_Thm's.daY Jan. 8, 1981--.7 e Tig d. Aft~ three s~ ions poll ;ttes d and! n the q~ 'ing our unant int ma~ : i ! 0 0 1 o I o 0 t: o l 2 I 3 16 4 It tit s of Mill aining ! Ln Diego rainin~ tary a for rainin~ occuR ere sd aval | #he co! I are s cre ygiene: igus t Ig ROBIN CHANDLER took her shot when the Cross Roads Bobcats played Eustoce Lance Wallace (14), and Lana Horton (22). (Courtesy photo) recently. Other Bobcats pictured Include o i 1 12 FT II 4 1 o ! UP FOR THE SHOT: Myron Green for the Cross Roads Bobcats made his bid for the tie-ball Jump against Eustace. Other Bobcats pictured include Tracy Rounsavall (34) and Danny Hughes (10). (Courtesy photo) dly it. his he OU LIS ek ;re 1. Keep heating equipment at top operating efficiency. Have it checked seasonally by qualified serviceman. 2. Set thermostat at 68 or lower. Lower to 50- 60 if you'll be away several days. 3. Weatherstrip doors and windows; caulk cracks to prevent drafts and warm air loss. 4. Check the filter every 30 days on forced-air systems. If filter is permanent, clean it by manufacturer's directions; if it's disposable, replace if dirty. 5. Thorough home insulation keeps the warmth in, cuts energy use. Can pay for itself by lowering heating (and cooling) costs. 6. When fireplace is not in use, keep damper closed. 7. On sunny days open draperies, blinds to let in warmth of sun. 8. Open outside doors as little as possible. 9. Keep furniture, draperies away from air outlets and returns so air will flow easily. Clean often. Conserve electricity and you help conserve one or more of the fuels needed to produce it. Conserve fuels and you help assure that there will be enough to meet essential needs for electricity in the future. When you pass a TP&L office, warehouse, generating plant or other facility, you'll see tl at we've tumed off all non-essential lighting. And, in as many other ways as possible, TP&L is reducing its own uses of electricity. If you would like additional information on conserving electricity, call the Customer Service Representative in the TP& L Office. ) T I'i':XAS I~: )WER & 1,1( ;! I! (:()M i A N Y A tax, paying, irwestor-owned electric utility By BENNY ROGERS The Malakoff Tigerettes snapped a three game losing streak, in which they were bombed by 28, 15 and 31 points, here Monday night The Tigerettes edged the Athens Hornettes 36-33 in a see-saw battle that saw the lead exchange hands 13 times and tied on nine occasions. The Tigerette victory also avenges a 54-39 loss to the Hornettes in the losing skein. Athens captured that win three weeks ago in the Brownsboro In- vitational Tournament. In the only other meeting prior to that one the Tigerettes came away a 58-50 winner. Learning, during the losing streak, they were able to run with teams the Tigerettes elected to play more of a slow down type of offense. After brief period, in the early going, of trying to get the Tigerettes out of the slow down offense, by trying to establish a fast tempo, the Hornettes also fell into the slow down groove. After the contest Tigerette mentor Terry Ticknor explained his motive' behind the slow-go offensive tactic. "We got tired of being blown out of the gym by people. We decided to slow it down and if we were going to get beat it wasn't going to be by more than three or four points." After trailing 16-14 at the half the Tigerettes battled back in the topsy- turvy third quarter and knotted the score at 26-26 going into the final quar- ter. Jessie Bar.ton was responsible for knotting the score, sinking an 18-footer off the glass at the buzzer. The Tigerettes opened the final chap- ter with two unanswered buckets to take a 30-26 lead. Undaunted by the four point defecit, the Hornettes fought back to take a 31-30 lead on two field goals Leading scorer for the Tigerettes, and afreethrow, now 10-7 on the year, were Lisa Following an exchange of buckets Woolverton and Marilyn Davis with I0 Karen Jackson put the Tigerettes back pointsa piece. on top to stay, 34-33, with two free Latonya Williams led the visitors and throws at the 2:13 mark. Barron sank all scorers with 11 tallies. Janice Cure- two charity t(ysses in the waning secon- by rounded out the list of double-digit (is to account for the final reading, performers with 10. LISA WOOI,VEltTON (22) and Julle Sneed (30) played keep-away from tlornet- tea Latoyna Williams (21) Monday night. The Tigerettes took the win on their home court. (Staff photo by Lori CaUaway ) Wide 7-Rib tread Polyester Cord Fiberglass Belts Free Mounting! A78-13 Whitewall FET: $1.78 SIZE PRICE SIZE A78x13 28.00 H78x14 50.00; B78x13 36.00 GI78x16 E78x14 40,00 H78x15 F78x14 42.00 L78x15 53. 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