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4--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Jan. 15, 1981 i:!) THE rts By Benny. Rogers Tiger mentor Willie Wilson has to be happy, yet somewhat disappointed, as his cagers head into their final two non- district encounters. Happy, because his troops managed to gain a split in their four outings last week. Disappointed, for he knows that the Tigers could have, and probably should have, come out on top in three of these contests. Before heading into action last week Wilson said he would be "more than happy" should the Tigers capture two wins. Well, the Tigers quickly won the first of the two last Tuesday night against arch-rival Brownsboro. The Tigers upset the Bears, who had downed the Tigers by 28 points earlier "this season, 60-54, After the shocker over Brownsboro the Tigers moved into the Van Tour- nament, in which they were guaranteed three games. The first, of which, was against perenial East Texas power and seven time tourney champion Whttebouse. The Wildcats went on to advance into the finals where they were denied their eighth championship in the Van meet, losing to Corsicana 43-37. Wilson's disappointment came after a loss to Whltehouse when the Tigers fell victim to a slightly inferior Big Sandy team. That contest was without a doubt the one that got away from me local cagers last week. The Tiger boss' disappointment was short-lived, however, as the Tigers rebounded with a 60-54 win over Mineola's Yellowjackets. The Tigers jumped off to such a good start, leading by as much as 20 points, that Wilson rested his starters and let his reserves play the entire second half. Following the conquest of the 'Jackets Wilson labeled the Tigers' performance "the best of the season." Next up for the Tigers is T. K. Gor- In the eighth grade boys' contest the yours truly as well as other News staf- man and Cayuga. T. K. Gorman pays a Eagles broke open a close first half in fers and the MHS coaching staff. visit here Friday night and the Tigers the third quarter, outscoring the Kit- journey south to Cayuga next Tuesday. tens10-5, to race to a 37-29 win. 1980 81 Tig Action gets underway at 5 p.m. on Jeff Prentice and Chris Turner with - er Friday with a ninth grade tilt and at 6 six each led the Kittens. Close behind p.m in Cayuga. were Dares Scholfield and Dennis After the road trip the Tigers take the Flowers with five. Others 'scoring were remainder of the week off before David Wilson, Steve Leatherwood and opening 18AAA warfare on Tuesday, HeseaCaro. L...Tigers ..... 4-5 Franl~ton ..... 60 January 27, against Crockett's Also coming out on the wrong side of L...Tigers ..... 47 Canton ......... 65 Bulldogs. the scoreboard was the seventh grade W...Tigers ..... 57 Kemp .......... 34 The Tigerettes were scheduled to girls, who dripped a 29-19 decision. W...Tigers ..... 55 Canton ......... 52 open loop play this past Monday night Annie Jackson's 13 points paced the W...Tigers ..... 54 Neches ....... 51 against the Rusk Eagles in Rusk. losing cause that saw the girls' record L... Tigers ..... 42 Kerens ........ 69 Although the result of that game was even out at 1-I. W...Tigers ..... 59 Westwood .... 44 unavailable at the time of this writing, * * * * * W...Tigers. .. 52 Mabank ..... 'i" .. . 36 it can be found elsewhere in this issue of Registration is currently underway L... Tigers ..... 46 LaPoynor ...... 66 The News. for the 1981 Little Dribblers program. L... Tigers ..... 40 Brownboro ..... 68 Teague's Lady Lions will provide op- An enrollment form can be found in this L... Tigers ..... 41 Frankston .... 49 position for the Tigerettes tonight, at issue of The News and parents are W...Tigers ..... 56 Mabank... .... 46 the local gym, as district action con- urged to complete and return the form W...Tigers ..... 60 Brownsboro .... 54 tinues. Tip-offs for the jayvee tilt is set before the January 24 deadline. Forms L... Tigers ..... 40 Whitehouse... 60 forBp.m, with the varsities to follow, have also been distributed at the L...Tigers ..... 46 BigSandy ...... 52 The Tigerettes will be out to avenge a Elementary School. W...Tigers ..... 60 Minoola ........ 54 loss this Monday night when West- The local program, which has always Season Record 8-8 wood's Lady Panthers come calling, been competitive and exciting, reached Westwood downed the Tigerettes 44-36 its highest peak during the 1979 cam- 1980-81 Tlgerette Scoreboard in a battle for third place in the Cayuga paign when the 9-10 year old boys cap- W...Tigerettes. 54 Canton ......... 53 Tournament. Starting times are the tared State and National Champion- W...Tigerettes. 58 Athens ......... 50 same as the ones listed above, ships. On two other occasions local girls W...Tigerettes. 58 Canton ......... 41 ,... teams have advanced to the National W...Tigerettes. 52 Hillsboro ...... 33 In seventh and eighth grade action Tournament. Last year the 11-12 year W...Tigerettes. 46 Neches ........ 32 last Monday the local junior high old boys participated in the national L...Tigerettes..43 Kerens ........ 45 cagers captured only one victory in meet and came away with a fourth L...Tigerettes..36 Westwood ...... 44 three contests at Fairfield. place finish. W...Tigerettes. 50 Ennis .......... 48 The eighth grade girls were the only Remember to get the form in the mail W...Tigeretbm. 53 Chapel Hill ..... 42 team to walk off the gym floor vic- as soon as possible or turn it in at the W...Tigerettes. 58 Frankston ..... 26 torious, edging Fairfield 24-19. The win registration meeting, which will be an- L... Tigerettes.. 41 Carthage ...... 57 upped their season ledger to 3-2. nounced at a later date. Who knows, L... Tigerettes.. 31 Brownsboro .... 57 Mandy Rogers paced the Little your child may be the next Nancy W...Tigerettes. 42 Canton ......... 39 Tigerettes with 10 tallies on four field Lieberman or "Magic" Johnson l ! ! L... Tigerettes.. 23 Brownsboro .... 51 goals and two frt~ ~i'ows. Rounding * * * * L... Tigerettel.. 39 Athens ......... 54 out the list of scorers were Yolanda Next week this corner will offer some L... Tigerettes.. 34 Ennls .......... 65 Jackson, Paige Saris, Start Stone and observations on the upcoming Super W...Tigerettes;. 36 Athens ......... 33 Lisa Givens. Bowl. Included will be predictions by Season Record 10-7 The grace ye are saved through, The substance of things hoped for, The evidence of things not seen. THE MALAKOFF NEWS 489-0531 HARBOR HOUSE RESTAURANT, CLUB AND MARINA Star Harbor 489-0810 AUBREY HODGE CONSTRUCTION CO. "Specialty Concrete" 402 North Lano 489-1514 Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hodge MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489-0512 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison East THE BARBER SHOP Royall Blvd. 489-0455 Lea Williams and Earl Gentry TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489-1292 The Tanner Family THE CARPET & APPLIANCE DEPOT 212 Terry Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hampy Mr, and Mrs. Joe Haney CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME West Royall Blvd. 489-1702 Management and Staff DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasint[ You Pleases Us" 511 Highway 31 East 4119-1533 Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dulaney I'his Is The Best (if Tinics and tile Worst of Times" (~ Wdh,f'~ N~,pap~r F~hJ,, ~ynthtal# In MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST C.C. Abbott, Minister Sunday School ................. 10:00a,m, Sunday Morning Worship ....... 11:00 a,m, Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Service ............. 6:30 p.m, Tuesday ladies Bible Class ..... 10:00 a m FIRST BAPTIST CH URCH OF MALAKOFF James Cbeatham, Pastor Sunday School .................. 0:45 ~.m Sunday Morning Worship ....... l 1:00 a.m, Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p,m, Wednesday Worship ............. 7:00 p,m. Girls Auxiliary, Monday ......... 3:30 p.m WMU, Tuesday ................. 9'.o0 a,m Choir Practice: Sunday, Bond of Love ......... 4: 15 p.m. Celebration Sunday ........... 6:0Opm. Tuesday, Young Musicians .... 3: 30 p.m. Wednesday. Adult Choir ....... 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Music Makers ...... 2:30 p. m PARKVIEW MI881ONARY BAPTIST CRUR('H Danny Pitts. Pastor Sunday School .................. 9:45a,m Sunday Morning Worship ....... 1o:55 a,m. Trainins Service ............... 6:00 p. m. Sunday Evenins Worship ........ 6:45 p,m. Wednesday Night WMA ........................ 6:45 pm. Prayer Meeting ............... 7: 30 p,m. Charle~ l)tcken,, wrole tl.',., word~ shout the 18th century and litey art. rqually tr|lc today. If ~ou read tilt! front pages of the flew*paper. ~ou ~otlJd l) forced to conclude that lid. i,* the worm o[ time,~-imlitir~,. crime astcl ilnflaliou eal)ture the hradlhw~ e~er) day. IIowever, if you attelld your church, it',, a cont. pb'lely different ,*tory. All around )ou can ,~ec ex- amples of |ailh, hope and Io~e in arth,n. ~th,nd the church or ~,ynagogue of your choler finis week. You will (yOlllkC away ferling thai lid,* i~ t|lt~ bc~t of lilll(.#. I: CM,VARY B/fdPTISI' CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Bill Watson, Minister Sunday School .................. 9:,15 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:45 a.m. Sunday Training Service ........ 6:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 pro. Wednesday ..................... 7:30p.m. Auxiliary, Wednesday ........... 6:30 pro. CR088 ROAD8 UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Randy Warren, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship ........ 9:30 a,m. Sunday School ................. 10:3O a.m. Bible.~tudy ..................... 6:30p.m. Gospel Singing Every 2nd Friday of month ...... 7:30 p,m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCil OF TRINIDAD Danny Boler, Minister Sunday School .................. 9:,i5 a ,ram Sunday Morning Worship ....... I 1:0o a.m, Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m. Wednesday ..................... 7:00p.m MALAKOFF ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ken Joues, Pastor Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... I0:45 a,m, Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:0~ p.m. Wednesday Mid-week Service,,, 7: 00 p.m. TRINIDAD CHURCH~OF CHRIST Robert Fester, Mlnikter 77e-2536 Sunday School .................. 9:3oa,m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... I0:30 a.m, Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p,m Sunday Song Service ............ 5:30 p, m, Wednesday Mid-week ........... 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Ladies Bible Class ........................ t0:0Oa.m. MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Randy Warren, Pastor Sunday SChool ................. 10:00 a,m, Morning Worship .............. II:00a,m. Evening Worship ................ e:3o p.m. Wednesday Chancel Choir ....... 7: 3o p,m. United Methodist Women meet 2rid and `ith Mondays .......... 2:30p,m. FFF meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays .................... I1:0Oa.m. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Melvin Rowland, Minister Sunday School .................. 0:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... I0:~ a,m Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:3O p rm. UMYF .......................... 0:45p.m Fellowship Supper 4th Wednesday ................ 6:3op,m Ladies Bible Study, Tuesday ..... ~: 30 a m. SUNNY GLENN RESORT "Rough it in comfort" Hiway 90 489-0715 K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 31 East 489.1920 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hopkins MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin and Karen Perkins DAIRY QUEEN OF MALAKOFF Highway 31 W, st 489-1895 Faye Park!ha CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. west Rayall Blvd. 489-0891 BIGGS SHEET METAL SHOP Highway 31 E. 489-0741 Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Bq~s & son, ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. R /nll Blvd. 409-0520 FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489-0538 Open Sun'.-Thurs. 8 to 7 Fri. and Sat; 8 to 8, PERRY BROS. E. Highway 31 489-0482 FRED SONNTAG FORD, INC. 303 W. Rayall Blvd. 489.0506 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sonntag McKEE LUMBER CO. 206 East Royall Blvd. 489.0527 Gone Berry, manager CITIZENS STATE BANK North Terry 409-0530 JIM DAY F, LECTRIC Malak0ff 409.0 10 This Feature is published with the thought that church. It is sponsored by firms 100% interested in our If your church is not included please call 489.0,531. J&J ENTERPRISES R.H. L,e Park Your Host .... Jude and Judy Glasscock ACTION REALTY 2! ! E. Royall Blvd. 489,1519 more people will community. attend TAMMY RILEY (31) for the Trojan girls, took in the rebound against the C~eetit Roads girls team Friday night. Contending for Riley with the hall is C ~d~etril McKlnnerney (40). The Cross Roads team took the win, 31-19. (Staff photo by! The Rounsavall) :,_- maml~ rfec / ironse llO , ubdu( 5 4t" tie ints. |~y si . By BENNY ROGERS , three of which were free throws, ! Willi RUSK-The Malakoff Tigerettes came the Tigerette lead to one, 42-41,~oints up one-point and one player short here 1:31 remaining. Barron moved thfarven Monday night in their 18AAA opener, back to three at the 59 seconds led th~ The Tigerettes, who finished the with a length of '~fl~e floor I~ Barron's two-pointer was the la~ Both local cagers would 'get as tlbrrid progressively began to get worse, h'st fl With 52 ticks left on the clockieven game with four players on the floor, were edged 45-44 on a six-foot Kathy Session jump shot with seven seconds remaining. Fouls on their part and Rusk's Woolverton was whistled for her~ndsb precision shooting from the free throw foul, leaving Coach Terry Tickno~ lead line led to the Tigerettes' downfall in only [ive players. Session sank i Cold the initial league game. Losing three free throws followin~the Woolv~'gers players to fouls, with only seven suited foul to put the score at 44-43. IX IX) out the Tigerettes played the final, but Jackson fouled out of the contes~ildcs crucial, half-minute with only four 32 seconds left, giving the E-gala ~antas players. The E-gala made the most of player advantage as they attemp~Jerr the fouls, sinking 17 of 30 freebies, take the lead. After inbounding, ~grou Leading 36-30 as the fourth quarter worked the ball around the perir~.'nts began the Tigerettes quickly extended before Jill Chandler spotted Se~ers the lead to 40-30 on two Karen Jackson- who had worked inside the lane. se~n elf( to-Jessie Barron fast breaks. Session took the feed from Chandler and~sket worked inside the Malakoff zone, hit- the game-winner. |x pot ting two buckets to cut the lead back to ~ring i six. Session led the E-gala with 22 l~Seve With 5:07 left to go Barron connected on eight field goals and six free tl~lippec on an 18-foot bank shot to give the Barron and Davis scored 14 a pi~l ql Tigerettes a 42-34 lead. One minute lead the Tigerettes. Jackson fi~the~ later the Tigerettes began to come with l2. ~win~ unglued as Marilyn Davis fouled out. The Tigerettes get another shot ~ Tarv Rusk took advantage of Davis' ab- E-gala on Thursday, Jan. 29 sence, reeling off seven straight points, second round of loop play rolls ar Tigerette Season Statistics (After II Games) Total Season Field Free Persoua I Player Points AverageGoals Throws Fouls M. Davis (17) ....... 244 14.3 112 20 51 J. Barren (17) ....... 128 7.5 58 12 41 L. Woolverton (17) .. 127 7:4 40 47 52 J. Sneed (17)... : .... 104 6.1 40 24 36 K, Jackson (17) ...... 84 4.9 38 8 48 J. Muslins (17) ....... 23 1.3 10 3 19 J. Coleman (7) ........ 8 1.1 3 2 3 M. Ashlock (4) ........ 6 1.5 2 2 3 M. Killingsworth (6) .. 4 0.8 2 0 2 B. Hoyt (7) ............ 4 0.5 1 2 4 B. Tanner (2) ......... 0 0.0 0 0 2 Totals .............. 732 43.0 306 120 257 (Games played in parenthesis) as to receive a O Preliminary apportionment of federal aid funds by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service indicates that Texas has been allocated $4,309,000 to be used in fish and wildlife restoration projects Bible Correspondence Course QUESTION: Where did the ex- pression "A little bird told me" originate? ANSWER: Please read Ecclesiastes 10:20. Thi~ is just one example of some of the interesting facts that are found in the Bible, Perhaps yOll would benefit from a better understanding of this great book. Now you can receive an eight lesson, full c ~lor Bible correspon- dence course. Study in the privacy of your own home at your own pace. Certificate awarded upon completion. First lesson sent im- mediately by mail. This course is offered free without cost or obligation to you. For more infor- mation write: Correspondence Course, P.O. Box 193, Trinidad, Tx. 75163. and hunter safety programs duri fiscal year which began Oct. I, Wildlife restoration projectS allocated $2,805,000; hunter projects, $282,000; and fish restoration, $1,235,000. Funds for the apportionment obtained from federal excise sporting arms and ammunition, archery equipment, fishing creels, artificial lures and flies. The: Texas Parks and Wildlife tment said these funds may be reimburse the state for 75 perc expenditures for projects approved by the U. Service. Nationally, a total of $90 be allocated in federal aid funds in the 50 states, Puerto American Samoa and the ds in the first apportionment, second installment will be after a tally of tax collections is by the U. S. Treasury Last year a total of $117 federal aid funds was distributed ~ various states i