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'ii Page Four THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, February 19, 1965 Malakoff, Texas n The Cross Roads boys and girls won second place in the Murchi-. son Tournament last week-end. Three members of the Cross t~ads team were selected for the All- Tournament Team. They were Ro~seann Slovak, Terry Loper, and Kenneth McGee. The girls played Murchison first on Thursday night and beat them with u score of 26 to 18. Cross Roads stayed ahead of Murchison the entire game with the half-time Anding, Sheila Kelly, J o y c e Krumpe and Mickie Dobbs. The girls played Ben Wheeler on Saturday to determine the first place winner of the Tournament. The score at half time was 4 to [6 with Ben Wheeler ahead. T h e i Cross Roads team stayed behind all the way and never came close to the Ben Wheeler girls. Coach McGee said, "The girls played well but that they just couldn't seem toi get started." played included : Janet Stron~r, Brenda Trammell, Roseann And- ing, Sheila Kelly, Mickie Dobbs, Ruth Giles, Joyce Krumpe a n d Debbie Anding. This was the 4th trophy won by the girls this year. They won con- solation in the Cross Roads Tourn- ament, 2nd in the Stafford Springs Tournament, and 3rd in the Little Oilers League play. The Cross Roads boys won easily over Murchison in their score reading 13 to 1. Barbara Trammell scored 5 points, Pat Bevel made 13 and Roseann Slovak made 8. Out- standing guards were Roseann The game ended with the scores first game of the Tournament. reading 24 to 12 in favor of E;'en Cross Roads led in the fir s t Wheeler. Barbara Trammell scor-quarter but at half-time the tallies ed 4, Pat Bevel made 3, and Rose-]were 18 to 17. The boys caught fire in the third quarter and scot- ann Slovak put m 3. Others who . . led 23 points. Th~s won the gan'e and Malakoff and Trinidad SPRING SCARVES 59c to 1.00 STRAW BAGS 1.98 to 4.89 GOWNS 1.98 to 2.98 DUSTERS : 2.98 to 4.90 SLACKS 1.98 to 2.98 SEAMLESS HOSE 79c, 98c, 1.19 THE Dedicated to COMFORT and Designed for STYLE for them with the board reading 47 to 27 at the end. Kenneth McGee made 26 and Terry Loper got 9. Others mak- ing points were: Robert Strong, 7; Tony Martin, 2; and Danny Wil- liams, 2. Other players included: Kenneth Baggett, Shannon Walker, Bubba White, Tommy Dobbs, Eddie Mills, Jackie Gibbs, and Terry Trammell. On Saturday the Cross Roads team met Ben Wheeler. Each team had suffered defeat by the other once this year. Cross Roads started strong and led at half-time b:~, 17-11. But in the third quarter Cross Roads scored only five, while Ben Wheel- er made 12 points. This quarter proved to be the difference in the game as the tallies read 35 to 32 at the end. Coach McGee said, "Our boys should have won. They started out iiiil with a good lead but I guess they i were out-played in the third quar- ter and lost the game at that time." ili Terry Loper and Kenneth McGee each made 14 points. Steve Wherl- ey made 3 and Robert Strong and Kenneth Baggett each made one point. The Cross Roads boys have won three second place trophies this year. They won one at the Cross Roads Tournament, another in Little Oiler League and the last in the Murchison Tournament. At the conclusion of the Tourna- ment, the three players chosen to the All-Tournament teams "were presented with medals. Cross Roads will participate in the Cayuga Tournament this week-end and will play, Malakoff first in that event. Sizes to 12, AAAA-E. S! AS PICTURED others 8.95 to 12.95 Athens, Texas Family Shoe Store Phone OR 5-3912 TERRY LOPER Merchants who do not advertise are invited to read the follow- ing from the American Bankers Magazine, as it might give you a new slant on business, your own busines, as well as t h e matter of building yol r town. "No business man in any town should allow a newspaper pub- lished in his town to go without his name and business being KENNETI! McGEE ROSEANN SLOVAK Trinidad Boys and Girls Lose to Eustace Teams Both of the Trinidad Trojan Easketball teams lost in their play with Eustace this week. The Trinidad girls gave Eustace a good run for their money ~fith the lead exchanging places at least eight times in the last half. The score at half time was 14 to 17 in favor of Eustace. Each team scored eleven points in the third quarter. In the final quar- ter Trinidad made 10 points while Eustace made only nine But this was not enough to pull the game out and the girls lost with the score reading 35 to 37. High point girls for Trinidad were: Linda Story with 13, Paula Peebles had 12, and Marsha Mc- Gee made 10. The Trinidad boys lost their game by 36 to 53. The half-time scores read 14 to 25 in favor of Eustace. In the third quarter, the Trojans made 14 points and Eus- tace made only 5; but the last quarter was disastrous when Eustace scored 23 points and Trin- idad made only 8. Sam Jock was high point boy for Trinidad with 14. Paul Ray- field made 7, Doug Jordan made 6, Terry Fleming scored 5 and Chuck Powers put in 4. The Trinidad Trojan teams will round out their basketball season by playing Chandler in Trinidad on February 19. Men Win, Women Lose In Exes Benefit Game The male ex-basketball players defeated the Malakoff "A" team last Saturday night in a benefit game with a score of 62 to 35. Big Matcum Cude dominated the game ~4th his rebounding and put 19 points through the hoop. Coach Shows had 12 points for runner- up. Rex King made 8, Don Lewis had 6 and Wayne White scored 2. L. D. Sanderford made 17 for the Tigers, with Tony Ferrell scoring 8. Kemp defeated ~t~ae lady exes by a score of 33 to 31 Outstanding players for Malakoff were: Jean Massingale, Lynn Reese, Mary Allen and Jayne Ferguson. The proceeds, which came to l nearly fifty dollars, went into theI Athletic fund to be used for equip- ment needed in that department. Malakoff Ladies Play TAX MAN SAM SEZ: Groundhog day has come and In Benefit Game I gone, and like most otber years, By JA~'NE FERGUSON " We, Malnas aLd Grandmas. fought a losing battle Saturday night when we played the young ladies of Kemp, Texas. Malak~)ff got off to a good start by taking an early lead in the game and maintained about a four point lead until the last four minutes of the last quarter, then Kemp came from behind to make the winning points. I really feel we did pretty good considering four of our players had been out of school for 23 years and Kemp had two ladies that finished high school eleven years ago. I'm not saying this, tr.~fing to make excuses for the Malakoff Team, because we have promised to return this game by playing the same ladies in Kemp in the near future. But our children seem to think we are just about dead with old age, and we want them to know we still have a few good years left. And you have heard Mamas will do anything for the kids? Well we figure we can kill two birds with one shot, so to speak. We can make a little money for the Atheletic fund, get our exer- cise, and hope to lose a little sur- plus weight for some of us know we are still able to play ball and have fun. The women that played ball Saturday night really do love this game. I know they do because some of them drive to Malakoff from Tool anytime they think we can play or just practice an hour or so. Saturday night we made a little over fifty dollars, and we are real pleased, considering so many peo- ple are sick. I'm sorry I didn't get the names of the ladies from Kemp, but thought you might be interested to know who the mamas and grandmas are that played Satur- day night on the Malakoff team: Jean (Woods) Massingale, Lynn (Kirby) Reese, Lavone (Davis) Smith, Frances (Smith) Monroe, Nancy (Venable) Cook, Laverne (Tapley) Perkins, Wathena (Ab- bott) Woods, Willie Mac Johnson, Charlene J o h n s o n, Essie Mac Young, Lometa (Smith) Johnson, Sue Woods, Mary Allen and Jayne (Phillips) Ferguson. Watch for our next benefit game that will be announced in the Malakoff News in the near future, and try to make it a point to be there. We want your sup- port and we need your money. Hope to see you at the next ball game. Malakoff Band Club Presents Award Mrs. Don Chambers, wife of Band Club President, presented an award to Marilyn Pierce last Tues- day morning in the band building. Marilyn was given a Kodak Hawk-eye flash camera for her work in the Band magazine sub- scription drive that is currently being conducted. Maril)m sold $76.00 in subscription sales on the first Monday of the campaign which made her the top sales rep- resentative. Maribm plays the coronet in the band. She is a fifth grade student and the daughter of Mr." and Mrs. ! D. L. Pierce. I The Band Club is conducting thei Look Plan of Magazine subscrip-] tions which carries the most POP-I ular magazines on the market.I The proceeds from the sales is you can guess along with the Weatherman, the groundhog, and all his prophets, what the weather is going to be within the next few months. The weather and the atmosphere may get worse worse if you don't saddle up ride out on that income turn. April 15 car easily the "Ides of April" if you pull all your checks and up to a warm table beside the and get this tax return in If You Can't Eat At Home We Suggest The Nex! Besi Place CAFE Malakoff, Texas N. Terry St. Serving Daily, Except Sunday FOR REAL "PEDIGREED" PORK BEEF To Eat Here Or Take Home Visit Hwy. 31 TRINIDAD Also Custom Barbecueing Hot Lunches OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 5:00 A.M. to 9.C0 P.M. Ist ANNUAL CORSICANA ADULT Sponsored by Corsicana Jaycees Monday, Tuesday & Thursday February 22, 23 & 25 COME WATCH THE MALAKOFF EX'S BATTLE OTHER AREA ADULT TEAMS FOR THE BIG TROPHY For Special Tournament Tickets 3 Nights -- 10 Games used for the benefit of the High ALL PROCEEDS GO TO N.J.C. ATHLETIC FUND ADMISSION EACH NIGHT Adults 75c Students 35c Buy Tournament Tickets and Save Get Tickets From Malakoff Ex'es or 616 North 37th St Corsicana, Texas GAMES START 6:30 P.M. S c ho o 1 and the Intermediate Bands. The subscription - c a m p a i g n dates have been extended to Feb- ruary 24. Everyone is urged to buy their magazines from the band members or contact the Band Club members. The highest subscription sales- man for the whole campaign will receive a prize at the close of the drive. JP~-HI ~E~ CAYUGA TOURNAMENT The Malakoff Junior High boys and girls will play in the Cayuga Tournament this week-end to round out their basketball season. Anything from a polish- mentioned somewhere in its column. This does not mean you Don't let high winds blow should have a whole, a half, Or even a quarter page in each issue - away your investment in your farm! of the paper, but your name and business should be mentioned. if you do not use more than a two line space. ,Nature on a rampage can "A stranger picking up a newspaper should be able to tell what % -- wreak serious damage on your farm property, wipe business is represented in town by looking at the paper. This ---:" out the savings of a life- is the be t possible town advertising. The man who does not time. Protect y o u r s e 1 f advertise his business does an injustice to himself and t h e from this financial loss. town. The man who insists on sharing, the business t h a t comes to town, but refuses to advertise his own, is not a valu- able addition to any town. The life of a town depends on the " live wide-awake and liberal advertising business man." INSURANCE AGENCY Mrs. Vivi C. Humphries Pho. HU 9-4511 ing wax to a new muff- ler whatever you need to keep your car looking or running its best, we have in top quality at reason- able prices. Make this your one-stop headquarters for auto accessories, parts and supplies! MALAKOFF, Wholesale O Retail Vie of Chandler the '