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By BENNY ROGERS The Crockett coach drew the tech Malakoff Tigerettes captured when he violently protested an official's wins here last week to snap possession call. The score was tied at e four-game losing 45-45 at the time of the coach's out- break. Tigerettes nipped Crockett 46-45 Leading scorer for the Tigerettes was night and ~los~d-o~t.the suc- Jeesiq,~arr~iWith 17 points on eight with a 59-29 whipping of field g6ais and one free throw. Marilyn Davis added 10 points to the winning ef- two victories the Tigerettes 12-11 on the year and up their ledger to 2-4. local cagers is a road Palestine tonight to do hattie W tw_o l's Lady Panthers. Next ',ne Tigerettes conclude the season with a home game Fairfield Monday and a trip to ROCKETT 45 Sneed sank the back end of two following a technical foul Crockett coach, in the waning give the Tigerettes their first win. fort. TIGERETTES 59-RUSK29 Barren continued her scoring assult, whipping the nylons for 23 points, to lead the Tigerettes to their biggest margin of victory this season. After jumping out to a 12-5 first quarter lead the Tigerettes went on to lead 24-11 at the half. The Tigerettes errupted for a 21-7 advantage in the third period to take a 46-18 cushion going into the fourth. Every member of Coach Terry Ticknor's club broke into the scoring column. Following. Barren were Davis with nine, Karen 'J~cltson and L~sa Woolverton with eight, Sneed with six, Michelle Killingsworth with three and Brenda Hoyt with two THE BOX Crockett PLAYER FG FT PF TP Jimmy Johnson ........... l 0 0 2 Zehedec Hamilton ......... 0 0 2 0 Trampns Riley ............ 3 0 3 6 Cllnt Hampton ............ I 0 l 2 Troy BoRon ............... 4 0 l 8 Jerald Clark .............. 7 0 4 14 Isaih Clark ................ 0 0 I 0 TOTAl ................... 16 6 12 32 Malakoif PLAYER FG FT PF TP Russell Tarver ............ 9 0 0 18 Richard Blair ............. 4 2 0 l0 Carey Jackson ............ 2 0 2 4 Danny Driver ............. 2 0 0 4 Howard Driver ............ 0 2 l 2 Jerry Graves ............. 0 0 I 0 TOTALS .................. 17 4 4 38 Score by Quarters Crockett ............... 6 12 6 8-32 Malakoff ............... 10 8 7 13-~ Tiger Season Statistics mgth ~ (After 21 Games) TotalSeason Field Free Personal Points Average Goals Throws Fouls , Tarver (21) ...... 385 18.7 166 53 21 ........ 235 11.4 109 17 66 (21) ........ 93 4.4 42 9 37 (20) .......... 77 3.8 29 19 48 ) ...... 70 3.3 30 10 42 Lves (21) ........ 64 3.0 26 12 31 (21) ........ 50 2.3 21 7 24 (21) .......... 41 1.9 18 5 12 (20) ........ 25 1.1 11 3 16 (15) ....... 11 0.7 4 3 5 10 0.7 4 2 7 .......... 1062 50.5 460 142 299 TOTALS .... 1073 51.0 438 197 265 parenthesis) Tigerette Season Statistics ( After 23 Games) Total Season Field Free Personal Player Points AverageGoals Throws Fouls M. Davis (23) ....... 317 13.7 146 25 71 J. Barren (23) ....... 209 9.0 97 15 53 L. Woolverton (23) .. 153 7.0 53 47 71 J. Sneed (23) ..... 134 5.8 49 36 43 K. Jackson (23) ..... 124 5.3 57 10 62 J. Mullins (19) ....... 23 1.2 10 3 20 M. Killingsworth (10) 15 1.5 7 1 9 B. Hoyt (13) ........... 9 0.6 3 3 12 J. Coleman (7) ........ 8 1.1 4 0 5 M. Ashlock (4) ........ 6 1.5 2 2 3 B. Tanner (2) ......... 0 0.0 0 0 2 TOTALS ............ 998 42.5 472 144 345 ( Games played in parenthesis) in a series of tax tip articles East Texas Chapter of Society of Certified Public ago it wasn't uncommon for to live at one address for a move more than and sell their hardship of the physical there are some compen- Chances are, if you merely a larger or better house and k.me job, you won't be able to costs. However, you overlook the possibility of for moving expenses rcumstances. you moved for the benefit of Are you self-employed work at a new principal s? Then certain related expenses may be Certain requirements must your new place of work must be 35 miles farther from your old was the old place of moving expenses you eng your first job, ing transferred. beginning your first job, Work must be at least 35 residence. YOU must be employed after for at least 39 weeks during period. If you're self era- 39 week requirement still so does an obligation to work out of the 24 month penod m unless circumstances prevent, eve must somewhat coincide your date of employment That is, expenses were incurred o wYre .r from the time you first --the costs of selling your residence. These deductions should be claimed on Form 3903, "Moving Expense Ad- justment," attached to Form 1040; they are not itemized deductions. There are limitations on certain ex- penses that can be deducted, and ad- ditional limitations if the move is out- side the United States. If your move is outside the U. S., get Form 3903F. Detailed information on moving expen- ses can be found in the free IRS Pub. 521, "Moving Expenses." In addition, whether the sale of your personal residence was work-related or not, there are tax benefits the seller should consider. As a seller, you may be able to defer payment of tax on all or part of the gain. You may also be able to exclude the gain from your gross in- come if you are 55 or older. To defer the gain, you must have bought and lived in a replacement residence within 18 months before or af- ter the sale date of the other house. The purchase price of the new residence must be equal to or greater than the ad- justed sales price of the old residence. Your age has no effect in this case. Furthermore, you must continue to defer the gain on the sale and purchase of other homes during your lifetime un- til finally you sell your home but do not Peptic ulcer is one of the more com- mon causes of ill health in man. Ulcers occur when small areas of the digestive tract become unable to expenses must be withstand the action of the digestive You Would not, for exam- juices secreted by the stomach. Ulcers to deduct a two-week tour of occur most often in the first eight to ten State on a move from inches of the small intestine (the to NewYorkCity. duodenum). They also occur in the of the costs incurred in a job- stomach and sometimes in the lower purchase one of equal or greater cost. To exclude the gain you must meet certain age, ownership and occupancy requirements. If you sold your home in 1980 and you were 55 or older before the date of the 1980-81 Tiger 1980-81 MHS Scoreboard TIGERS L...Tigers ........... 45 Frankston ........... 60 L... Tigers ........... 47 Canton ............... 65 W...Tigers ........... 57 Kemp ................ 34 W...Tigers ........... 55 Canton ............... 52 W,..Tigers ........... 54 Neches .............. 51 L... Tigers ........... 42 Kerens .............. 69 W...Tigers ........... 59 Westwond ............ 44 W...Tigers ........... 52 Mahank ............. 36 L... Tigers ........... 46 LaPoynor ............ 66 L... Tigers ........... 40 Brownsboro .......... 68 L... Tigers ........... 41 Frankston ........... 49 W...Tigera ........... 5~ Mahank ............. 48 W...Tigers ........... 60 Brownsboro .......... 54 L... Tigers ........... 40 Whitehouse .......... 60 L... Tigers ........... 46 Big Sandy ............ 52 W...Tigers ........... 60 Mineola .............. 54 W...Ttgers ........... 64 Cayuga .............. 46 W...Tigers ........... 65 T.K. German ........ 52 W,..Tigers ........... 59 Cayuga .............. 51 W, ..Tigers ........... 38 *Crockett ............ 32 W...Tigers ........... 43 *Rusk ............... 32 Season Record t34 *District Record 2-0 TIGERETTES W...Tigerettes ....... 54 Canton ............... 53 W,.,Tigerettes ....... 58 Athens ............... 50 W.,.Tigerettos ....... 58 Canton ............... 4l W...Tigerettes ....... 52 Hillsboro ............ 33 W...Tlgerettes ....... 46 Neches .............. 32 L...Tigerettes ........ 43 Kerens .............. 45 L.,. Tigerettes ......... 36 Westwood ............ 44 W...Tigerettes ....... 50 Ennls ................ 48 W...Tigerettes ....... 53 Chapel Hill ........... 42 W..,Tigerettes ....... 38 Frankston ........... 26 L... Tigerettes ........ 41 Carthage ............ 57 L... Tigerettes ........ 31 Brownsboro .......... 57 W.,.Tigerettes ........ 42 C.asflon ............... 39 L... Tigerettes ........ 23 Brownsboro .......... 51 L... Tigerettes ........ 39 Athens ............... 54 L... Tigerettes ........ 34 Ennls ................ 65 W,..Tigerettes ....... 36 Athens ............... 33 L,., Tigerettes ........ 44 "Rusk ............... 45 L.-, Tigerottes ........ 37 "Teague ............. 39 L,., Tigerettes ........ 42 "Westwoed ........... 51 L.- Tigerettes ........ 58 "Fairfield ............ 46 W.,.Tigerettes ....... 46 "Crockett ............ 45 W.,.Tigerettos ....... 59 'Rusk ............... 29 Scason Record 12-11 "District Record Z-4 Sociologist finds that Texas women outnumber the men Texans can expect to see more of the state's wealth controlled by women who survive their husbands, says a Texas A&M University sociologist. "Between 1960 and 1970, the number of widows in Texas increased by about 100,000, and the number of widowers declined by more than 2,000, notes Dr. R. L. Skrahanek. "Texas had 540,000 widows and only 80,000 widowers in 1976, and the number of widows ap- pears likely to-increase." Skrabanek also found that single females outnumbered single males, and that has implications for marriage sale, you may elect to exclude up to and voting patterns as w ll. $100,000 of the gain ($50,000 if you are a "The fact that females outnumbered married person filing a separate males in Texas indicates that the return) on the sale. You must have state's population is maturing in corn- owned and occupied the residence for position and that industrialization is three of the five years ending on the rapidly modifying what was a date of sale. Notice the word "elect." predominately rural state," he said. This means the choice is up to you. However, you may do this only once a " lifetime. If you do sell your personal residence (whether such a sale affects your taxes), you must report it on Form 2119, "Sale or Exchange of Personal Residence." Further information on this topic is available in IRS Pub. 523, "Tax Infor- mation on Selling Your Home." IRS Pub. 17, "Your Federal Income Tax," also contains information on moving expenses and the sale of a residence, as well as many other general tax topics. These publications and forms can be ordered by mail, using the order form in the tax package. Or you can call the IRS forms/tax information number listed in the telephone directory. ue may be a factor. Environmental stress and emotional upsets are involved. Most ulcers bleed, sometimes so profusely that surgery is required. The first symptom is pain, a gnawing burning or dull ache. There also is hear- tburn, nausea, vomiting, and a feeling of fullness and weakness. Pain is worse when the stomach is empty and sub- sides when food or an antacid is taken. are deduct b 11 t Alcohol, coffee and nervous tension i lee These portion of the gu e. mclude such examples All ulcers are much more likely to af- aggravate ulcers s toP eais and 1 ..... fect men than women. Each year, says Treatment involves neutranzmg me . ...... uuglng [or you and your a namohlet from the American Medical acids, plus counseling to help the suf- you're traveling betwean A. soci'ation more than three million ferer cope better with emotional stress or .... Americans 'develop ulcers. More than Surgery is performed for ulcers only as rso,,. f un ot household goods 15 percent of the population will have an a last resort. of a rm' r a ts . ulcer at some time in their lives. . There isn't much the.individual can -un, meals and lodging The true cause is believed to be an {1o to prevent ulcers, otnar man "stay "_TZ re'amrvv ehus. ehunting, excess of gastric juice that, in effect, calm," and you.r doctor !s.well aware ll!' l ning vqrU a nn S for 30 days af- burns a hole in the membrane lin ndgi f thatsi hieS" sometimes m am,cuk or ,m- id h year ! bot its FRI. NIGHT alth. _ SAT. NIGHT 11 1. NIGHT, FEB. 13'THE HIGH SPIRITS d The Malakoff WORTHAM - The Trinidad Trojans continued their assault on District 43A foes here Friday night with an im- pressive 62-43 decision over the Wet- than Bulldogs. With the victory the Trojans, owners of an 8-10 season mark, remain atop the league with a 2-0 mark. Wortham falls to 9-11 and 0-2 ledgers. After the victorious outing Trinidad mentor Larry Cumby noted that the Trojans currently have things going their way in the district, but was quick to add, "We're still improving and we've still got a long way to go." Leading point-getters for the Trojans were Charlie Colman and Glenn Boyd, who combined for 37 points. Colman grabbed top scoring honors with his 20 tallies, while Boyd was close behind with 17. The Trojans, who were scheduled to host Dawson Tuesday night, have little time to rest on their success as a tough Mildred team pays a visit to Trojan gymnasium tomorrow night. Going into play last Friday Mildred owned a I-I loop record. News, Thursday, Feb. 5, 1981-- A Before the Trojan-Mildred encounter the Trinidad jayvees and varsity girls will play Mildred. Action gets under- way at 5:30 p.m. Trinidad girls The Trinidad Trojan girls will be looking for a break in their 0-4 district basketball record this week as they play Dawson and Mildred, both games at Trinidad. The team, facing a rebuilding year, consists of one senior, one junior, one sophomore, and seven freshmen. In their last three district outings the team lost 44-46 to Coolidge, 39-35 to Dawson, and Friday night 44-18 to a tough Wortham team. In the Wortham contest Lori Tidmore was high point with eight, Louise Hornbuckle con- tributed five, Kristy Jones added three and Penny Johnston accounted for two. Bennie King is coach. The Texas Agricultural Experiment streaks in arteries start to turn to Station (TAES) has begun operation of fibrous deposits. a new alcohol distillation unit that will For 1980, the American Heart be valuable in research for producing Association's Texas affiliate is for the liquid fuels from biomass, first time directing program activities "The unit will be used to provide toward younger age groups while con- research data and demonstration in- tinuing to emphasize such projects as formation for farmers and people in in- cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) dustry across Texas." said Dr. Edward training, high blood pressure screening Hiler, head of the Agricultural and increased funding for basic resear- Engineering Department at Texas ch, hesaid. A&M. The winter months not only mean "This energy program is oriented cold weather for Texas, but they also toward the development of energy carry the threat of tornadoes, widely resources both for and from agriculture believed to be only a warm weather - a similar version of the demonstration phenomenon. program is to move Texas agriculture Since 1951, nearly 100 twisters have towards energy independence," hecon- touched ground in Texas during tinued. "We don't want agriculture January and February, according to here depending on foreign energy sour- figures compiled by the State ces for food preduction." Climatologist's Office at Texas A&M Armed with facts that suggest har- University. dening of the arteries may begin in Over the last three decades of record- third and fourth grade children, some keeping, February has had a slight organized programs are now concen- edge over January in number of tor- trating on prevention of heart disease in nadoes spotted. young people, say Texas A&M Univer- sity scientists. Dr. Carl Jones, a cardiovascular researcher in Texas A&M's College of Medicine, said there is evidence the disease process known as atherosclerosis can be prevented if ac- tion is taken before age 20, when fatty On February 14, the eighth national salute to hospitalized veterans will bring sports and entertainment stars and top government officials to Veterans Administration medical cen- ters for first-hand contact with veteran patients. 312 Underwood Street or Lease--- IIIII I Athens, Texas % I I I I I 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week i;