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UITy24, 1977 + MALAKOFF NEWS :+:::]Malakoff Tiger Hoopsters Lose Close One To Canton Eagles anton's Eagles downed lakoff's Tigers 45-42, here the season finale for both L Tuesday, in a game that teams. l the crowd on their feet Both teams left something the fourth quarter to be desired in their rolled around The game was shooting Canton hit on 16 of Dana Wilson and Phillip trailing by six early in the ...... .+.:; 45 for 35 percent and the Tigers shot at a 32 percent clip, hitting 20 of 63. Canton's free throw shooting actually cost the Tigers the game as the Eagles shot 20 from the charity stripe and the Tigers only had five chances. The Eagles con- nected 13 times and the Tigers twice. After falling behind 9-2 Tiger Mike Givens came off Hall added two points a piece to give the local boys their scoring in the period. However, lack of rebounding near the end of the quarter hurt the Tigers and the trailed by seven when they retired to the dressing room at the half. Action was at a near standstill in the third stanza as the teams spent most of the time running up and period the Tigers stormed back and pulled to within two with 4:15 to go. The Tigers continued to trail by two until Timmy Trimble sank a basket at the 59 seconds mark to the tie at 39-39. At this point Tiger fouls allowed the Eagles to hit four straight free throws to go ahead 43-39 Following this the Tigers hit another basket and with the score Page 7 Jayvees Blitz Canton Eagles The Malakoff Junior Varsity boys made their last showing of the season a good one when they blitzed Canton's jayvees 49-43 in Tiger Gym last Tuesday. The Tigers wasted no time getting out in front as they jumped out to a 6-0 lead and went on to win the quarter 19-5. A full court press by the Tigers was the key to the Tiger attack Leading the way ahead. The first Tiger bucket came with 3:33 remaining. Although Canton got the edge in the quarter, outpointing the Tigers 9-7, they trailed 26-14 at the half. Coleman led all Tiger scorers with 19 points. Bell whipped the nets for 14 and Lewis Jackson had nine. Subscribe PASCHAL +u,EnAL HOME Open til 4:00 much needed lift Givens hit shots that went awry seconds remaining Tiger Reginald Coleman with two quick buckets that Canton didn't sink their first Wes Hughes stepped up the seven and Jack Bell had six. ER Saturday pulled the Tigers to within basket until 1:46 remained, the free throw line with two Tiger shooters came out three. Canton proceeded to The Tigers won the quarter shots The {irst shot was cold in the second quarter, score six more tallies and the 7-4 and trailed 29-25 going good but the second one but Canton failed to capi- W. R. McKee Lumber Co. Tigers four to give Canton a into the final quarter of the rolled of the rim and Canton :::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::talize and the Tigers staye 15-10 lead at the end of the game and season, got another basket and took ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Hwy. 31 E. Phone quarter. The teams madeup for the the win. :::: MalaKOI! O,veo+ :ot,ne00 to.00ce +,ow .00ce io 00e+n+ +00er ,or iii00 Menu iiii Malakoff 489-0527 the Tigers when the second quarter as they "runned and Tigers was Givens with 14 period rolled around. Givens gunned' much to the delight points. Hughes had ten and I  tossed in two field goals and of the excited crowd. After Clint Cross tossed in six. February 28 - March 4 Monday: Ravioli Topped 00llhlit00 h(11s ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::: ::::.p ,g "ons0r" n- ++-" T.... ,"""'+++'--"c+' . 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AC: 7131632.4471 HE MOVE IN TEXAS AND OTHER SOUTHERN STATES! they will sponsor on March 5 in the MHS auditorium MHS faculty member Mr. Ed Nichols and his band of Hungry Outlaws will be the special guests at the fund raiser. Adult tickets are selling for $2 and $1.50 for students They will cost a little more at the door. Money raised from the event will go toward the funding of the junior-senior prom to be held in the spring. MHS FHAers observed FHA week with different activities this past week. Throughout the week FHAers wore different styles of clothing each day. On Thursday they held their annual installation of officers in the auditorium. Mothers of FHAers were recognized during the cere- mony and a reception was held afterwards. Last Tuesday MHS National Honor Society sponsor Mrs. Rosemary McMullen and sophomore members of the NHS NHS. Making the trip were: The Junior Class of Jay Johnson, Mary Parks, Malakoff High School is Suzanne Mattingly, Gay sponsoring a concert Venable, James Royall, and Saturday, Mar. 5, by "Ed Lynn Wymore. Nichols and the Hungry Quarter-exams will be Outlaws," a country and given at MHS Friday, Feb. western musical group. 25, and report cards will be The program will be held given out next Thursday. beginning at 8 p.m. in the With the passing of Malakoff High School basketball season Tiger and Auditorium. Admission will Tigerette thincladers have be $2 for adults and $1.50 for begun practicing for the students in advance, except upcoming season. The first under 12 will pay only $1. track meet is in two weeks. Student tickets at the door Until next week remem- are $2. ber-- The award of a thing well done is to have done it-- SubscribQ Today Think about it!!! We Can Handle NI Your Commercial BusinesL eLbbiMty , .Trucks.- Long l Slxxl Haul ,W0dunen s Compensation .Buqgul Call. 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By Apintment +, ........ ++ THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY M A R C, H Locad., lti]EETINGS AND EVENTS CITIZEN5 STATE BMtK I I YOU CAN BANK ON US 6 Attend The Church of Your Choice 13 Malakoff City Council 7 p.m. City Hall Trinidad School Board 7 p.m.- Board Room Henderson County Commissioners Court 10 a.m. County Court House Cross Roads School Board- 7:30 p.m.- CR. School Malakoff Methodist United Methodist Women 2:30 p.m. 14 Attend the Church of Your Choice Cedar Creek Riding Club 3 p.m.- Arena Caney City Chamber of Commerce 7 p.m. City Hall Malakoff School Board 7 p.m. Shool Admini- stration Building 2! 1st Day Of Spring Attend the Church of Your Choice 27 Malakoff City Council 7 p.m. City Hall Malakoff Methodist United Methodist Women 2:30 p.m. 28 1 Band Club meetings on 2 3 4 5 first Tuesday of each month-- Bank Hall 7 p.m. Malakoff Library Story Hour- 4 p.m. Cross Road Jaycees Elementary School Rotary Club- 12 p.m. Rob's Kountry Kitchen Malakoff Chamber of Commerce 7:30 p.m. City Hall 4-H Club 6 p.m. Jr. High Cafeteria Cub Scouts 8 & 9 Tool City Hall 4:00 to 5:00 Lions Club-Lions Den 7 p.m. Tool City Council 7:30 p.m.- City Hall 8 Malakoff Library Story 9 Hour 2 p.m. Cross Roads Jaycees 7 p.m. Country Barn Trinidad City Council 6 p.m. City Hall Malakoff Jaycees 8 p.m. Elemtary Cafeteria Dad's Club 7:30 p.m. Jr. High Cafeteria Rotary Club- 12 noon l Rob's Kountry Kitchen I Trinidad Jaycees 7 p.m. [ 15 Community Center 116 Eastern Star #1012 / Cub Scout Boys 8 & 9 Tool City Hall 4:00 to 5:00 10 11 17 18 19 Girl Scouts Founded Malakoff Library Story Hour 4 p.m. Cross Road Jaycees Elementary School Rotary Club- 12 noon Rob's Kountry Kitchen Tool City Hall 4;00 to 5;00 Malakoff Library Story 22 Hour-4 p.m. 23 Cross Roads Jaycees 7 p.m. County Barn Trinidad Jaycees 7 p.m. Community Cntro Rotary Club- 12 noon Rob's Kountry Kitchen Dad's Club 7:30 p.m. Jr. High Caftr. Malakoff Jaycees 8 p.m. Eiem. Cafeteria Cedar Creek Womens Club 12 p.m.- Cedar Creek Country Club 29 130 Cub Scout Boys 8 & 9 Tool City Hall , 4:00 to 5:00 St. Patrleks Day Lions Club 7 P.M.- Lions Den 24 26 31 For Your Convenience Clip And Save Attend the Church of Your Choice