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ii J THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Eight Friday, March 7, 1969 Malakoff, Texas Ill TAX MAN SAM SEZ: If you are in business for taxpayers who must file an yourself, or you are fortunate estimate. You will use these Martin. Hunter went to the line tin came running toward one ermelon rind; look enough to earn sufficient in- numbered vouchers to file mary Dukes drew afouloffJoAnn for the Tigerettes and hit both of Malakoff's guards who had board and see who'~ come so as to require an est- your estimate and make your,price oIl an attempt at the basket, shots, the ball. She hit the Mala- And the scoreboard ~ imated income tax return each quarterly payments. Dukes hit both these shots and Then Waskom players went koff girl only lightly compared Malakoff had won an~ year, you will be getting anIn the past, you waited for turned right around and got an- additional tax forn~ packageyour bill from Internal Reve- other foul off LaVerne Fieldswild on fouls. Dukes was fouled to how hard she hit the benchby a final score ofI " " tax of Waskom. Dukes hit one of and hit both her shots. Vieregge on the other side of the court. Individual scoring~ from Internal Revenue within hue and sometimes the - r " h ' t was fouled and hit both her shots This hurt her leg and she had to Rosemary Dukes 26,]~ the next few days. The Inter- payer and the computer cross- L two oi) these charity s ots~ and then a Waskom girl be pulled from the game. In the ter 10, CarolynVierei~ or -'ust -lain maxe me score WasKom z% Iml ttevenue 3ervlce centers ea m me man j P t- n am fouled Green again and Hunterthird quarter Malakoff rackedup Jan phillips three.~ have gone through all the tax- got crossed -- anyway the ~aaca~k~:u~,tl~'.~e~tKveSwne~oCnt.e went to the line to hit bothshots. 11 points to Waskom's eight.Individual scoringf~ t his ~'~ "J " u-~, ~. payers accounts on the corn-good tax folks hope the t . . Vieregge came back for the With about a minute and a half Linda Hughes, 16, ,t~,- ,~,-.~ ~nA ~,-~ e~ndin~ n~lt will h~,ln vr~ ~nd v~w est- KILGORE, Tex, -- Over the cheering of the Mala- from the charity stripe to even Tigerettes to hit a 10-footer to gone Maiakoff's Donna Dal- ton eight, Debbie ~l! }"~',~-~ "~"~, ",'.'~ ~'"'"---%-~ --"'-':-:;'-"--f------[-[[[*f --;--- --'~ koff fans you could hear the mighty roar of the Mala- the score. From that point on a set Ot con~rollea voucner~ mate~ i.~ iJ~lyllll~llt ~ tllll/u~li i 4r~c ~r; ,~ the, ,~,~ rh,~r hi ,~i~rri(-r ~mp Waskom never touched Mala- add two more points tothescore rymple, who had playeda great and Gigi Wells two. to all the individual incomeon time w]thou y P" a~ainst Waskom bv a final score of 45 to 30 here koff's score or even came real for Malakoff. Going into theball game the entirenight, fouled The regional tourn u~.v v ~v~ v ~:.:.:~:.:.>:.:.:~.~:.:.'~.:~'.:~t:.:~.>;.:~-;.:~>:-:~: ~.:~:.;.: ~:.:.~ ~.: :~ ~: v~ ~ `.~.v ;~;~; ~ . - . . haiftime the score read: Mala- out and Joyce Young went in toMalakoff will play " " Monday night, close to R. 1 CDEPIA/I I:ne n,r P nnfinllnf~ll AIIffl Inltllrl~dlt [ This was one humdinger of a ball game from the Hunter swiped the ball as Was- koff 24, Waskom 13. take her place. Young didagood likely be held in ,I start to the middle of the fourth quarter, when the kom threw it in and gave it to When play resumed Coach job keeping the forwards fromweek end of March [ margin grew wider and wider. Waskom s Debbie Carolyn Vieregge, one of Mala- Gary Ashlock pulled Evelyn shooting the ball. Waskom's This is not definite ye . . =, [ Martin hit the first score of the ball game off a foul koff's fine and energetic for- Hunter because she had four Annie Dlckins (someone said Ashlock should 1~ i I IIIm,nlNn. I by Malakoff's outstanding guard, Joyce Green. Then wards, who poppedthenet fortwo fouls andaisohadpulleda muscle she was over six feet tall)middle of this week / 11 li#llliU . inuImlqp~an~. I Malakoff's Evelyn Hunter came back with a two- more points. Hunter then fouled in her back. He sent in Jan --seemed there for a while that ticulars of it. ,I pointer to put them ahead by one point. Hunter then a guard and this sent Linda Phillips, who can hit the bucket she might be over eight feet ~ is / I hit two field shots (one on a rebound play) tO set the Hughes to the line again. Hughes from just about anywhere, tall) blocked many a shot by the DWIGHT /L JO~ ,| Tigerettes ahead by a score of 6-1. Then Carol. hit one of two shots here toAt the beginning of the quarter Malakoff forwards. When the OFI'OM~'I~ *,1~ I I Yarborough, another of Malakoff's valuable guards, make the score difference just Gigi Wells fouled twice and final seconds ticked away on ! I fouled Linda Hughes, who hit one of two charity one point. Malakoff's Joyce both times she fouled Rosemary the ole clock, the fans from 220 $" Palestine, $ .0 ! I shots, Rosemary Dukes was fouled twice in a row by Green, who may be short in size Dukes. Dukes hit all three shots. Maiakoff started chanting,(:~'~:l Wed. A~ ~1 ,| different Waskom girls and picked up one of the two but is quick as a tiger after its About the middle of the third ,Watermelon, watermelon, wat- Pbe. OR 5-2697 ~ $i / I free throws, prey, was fouled by Debble quarter Waskom's DebbieMar- ~ is :::~-:-: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :':':':':-:::::r:-:-:-:':'.'.'.'.'.' '.'.'.:.:." / I points on one pl y. Debbie I Martin went in for a lay-up ~ / ----"-'" --.nmnl~ I and was fouled in the processby ~.~:~ ,ling iii FMtRUtHi;V rflUflt t oooo Dalrymple, Malakoff's ~ ~, l R~,~ ~,~ m I other versatile guard. Martin's ~ / UliUnl:g Tn r.lill r.nllFr.T / shot was goodfortwopointsand / IIUIIIULU lll~ unl, i, uui, i, vl l her tree throw popped the netto ~~ / IU PleK: II1: IPPIflI:HT / add another pointto Waskom's i ~ w / fl I.II1= side of the board. Evelyn Hun- . I UiIQL UI liUUIU / / / ter fouled a Waskom guard and / It~n IFIIIll hulll III!11 I P! i!11 / this set up the free throws to put Waskom ahead of Malakoff by uu,-, B t 0 U 5 E 5 :.:. 1 Ill / kid", ,inda Hugheso, Waskom I 1 LIII.Ii j I~.'U,hit both shots to make the score i!.:i .]~ ~ib~0!i / . / Waskom 8 and Malakoff 7 atthe ~I~ / StOp by the office and get your kit keep it Ill / end of the first quarter, iil for ever~0ne / your glove compartment. It's FEEl / At the beginning of the second " I quarter this reporter was get- iiii Choose from a selection of [ ]L~r,m,4~,~4~- -2-.- .~l ting as sick as some of the :}~: Ship'N Shore and Mr. Fine i / I Maiakoff fans on the other side ~~L ~ !!ii blouses in a large aray of I 11" ~ ~ I of the building because right off iiii colors and styles. / l~/~ra~t'~ ~I~ ! the bat Brenda Bexton of :"; iii!~i: $3 $12 ~ I Waskom hit a two-pointer. Eve- ~ "~1~ ~ ,M.iikt~f, T--- ~ ~ lyn Hunter fouled a Waskom ~ ~t': ~ .~ 981o 95 -- I-~X" ~?'~ I guard on a rebound pla and this l represen~ln~ - -- i Y ~ .'; "=- -- " "-- " iesl se.t Linda Hughes to the line : ~ il |The ~ontmen:m Insurance u omp~ '1 again, and of course she hit both ~ ::;: M * shots to make the score Waskom [ : r. Fine ~:~#~:~:.:~.:~:.~.:~:<.:.~:~:~.~.~:.:.~:.7~:.;~:.:.~.:.;.~.:~:.:.:~: :.:.:.:.~.~>~.~.~.~.~>~ ~.~.~.~.~.~.~>~.y~.~ 12)Maiakoff 7. Then Rose- ~ ~ '! ~[~ pa~t$ It It, I }!;!:!: " ) to i",} " Y :::: ) I ~~ ~ i~ Green jumps to offset her shot. Also seen are ~ ~ Malakoff's Donna Dalrymple (44), Carol Yarborough ~i ~ (13), and Waskom's Linda Hughes (41). Malakoff ~ won the game by a score of 45 to 30. (Staff Photo) s.ow ~ Lr.E!, m ORTEHI ' - I Pound g Can Pound tl B Shurfrost Frozen Shurfine 2 i:i: VAN HEUSEN Pound and for Bag CAMPUS Grade "A" Large Swift Premium Swift Premium Frozen Chicken Frozen Chicken the Pants with Egg Wings Drumsticks ou, -"~ z ~ " LOa $3.98 to $7.50 $6.98 and Dozen Box Box Fresh Texas Ruby Red -li-I " . III Heads Pound BUY BRAND NAMES For Bag Malakoff's Rosemary Dukes tries her luck at the , ~ ~,' - top of the charity circle while Waskom's Laverne ii~ AND YOU'LL SAVE Fields guards her. Carolyn Vieregge (15) and Eve- i:.~i " "" Texas Fresh . Green lyn Hunter (24) head xowards the goal. Going into.v 1919 be there for a possible rebound are Waskom's Annie Dickins (31) and Joann Price (23). 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