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r and Trinidad thinclads capture 10 berths to the meet at the District 23A Palestine at West- r afternoon. who finished third points, were led by the Hughes and Jeff qualified for regional events and Tunnell in recorded second place the high jump, 110-meter les and 300-meter inter- urdles. Tunnell won the in- te hurdles event ahead of and was second in the long ay, May 2 All- will be held Monday, p,m. in the Student Union on the Henderson County involved in MHS be honored and various sports will be presented. awards to be presented in- COveted Charles Turner sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, Attitude Award athlete and the E.D. Memorial Tiger sponsored by The that program will all MHS exes of the according to the banquet are $4 and PUrchased at the ad- L and high school offices. Longhorns rolled to a over the Wills Point , in soccer action. Longhorns raised record to 4-3 going into the the season. The 'Horns Wranglers at 2 p.m goals for the OeHaney. 'Horns were by Bruce contained CaUses concern ~ns like salt. In fact, it's Io sugar in popularity as a body uses only about one- of salt per day, but the erican eats three to eight salt a day, says Mary K. foods and nutrition the Texas Agricultural Texas A&M Univer- in salt causes concern, sodium can contribute )od pressure and other says Sweeten. Much in diets comes from including non-salty e instant pudding and cakes and :the Time Fraizer of Houston School set a Texas record that still stands, 588 yards in a single game. the trick vs. Carver ua not deaf! L't understand L., SOme words." Tlli8 is your problem... hlberg Mirocle.Ear II be your answer. everyone con be aid but Miracle-Eor II unit fits comforgably i, cords, no tubes, no wires your ear. heQr agoin more clearly and what people say. if Mirocle-Eor II you. IIIll AI| jump. Hope, Greg Gideon, Harvey Brown and CRHS' Shane Lewis and Joey Bell Brian McCasbill. Brent Hiler was the will also be attending the regional meet lone Trojan other than King. in Kilgore May 6-7. Lewis and Bell Cayuga won the team title with 110 finished first and second respectively in points. LaPoynor nosed out CRHS for the pole vault, second place with 106 points. Leon was Trinidad, a sixth place finisher fourth with 97 and Martins Milltook fir- overall with 22 points, will be represen- th with 49. ted at the regional event by Greg King. Cross Roads and Trinidad also made King qualified in beth the shot put and strong showings on the junior high discus. The THS senior won the discus level. The Bobcats finished second with event and was second in the shot put. 120 pqints. Leon won the team title with Other Bobcats placing were Chris 126. Trinidad was third with 80 points. District 23A Boys Track Meet FIELD EVENTS POLE VAULT: 1. S. Lewis, 11.6, Cross Roads; 2. J. Bell, 9-9, Cross Roads. HIGH JUMP: 2. D. Hughes, 5-6, Cross Roads. SHOT PUT: 2. G. King, 40-21/4, Trinidad; 4. C. Hope, 39-31/2, Cross Roads; 6. G. Gideon, 35-4, Cross Roads. LONG JUMP: 2. J. Tunnell, 18-11, Cross Roads. DISCUS: 1. G. King, 154-0, Trinidad; 2. C. Hope, 115-91/z, Cross Roads; 5. G. Gideon, 106-0, Cross Roads. RUNNING EVENTS 400--METER RELAY: 4. Cross Roads, 47.22. 110 HIGH HURDLES: 2. D. Hughes, 16.40, Cross Roads; 4. B. Hiler, 17.42, Trinidad; 5. B. McCasbill, 18.48, Cross Roads. 400--METER DASH: 4. H. Brown, 55.47, Cross Roads. 300 INTERMEDIATE HURDLES: 1. J. Tunnell, 42.74, Cross Roads; 2. D. Hughes, 43.38, Cross Roads. 1600--METER RELAY: 3. Cross Roads, 3:38.9. TEAM POINT TOTALS: 1. Cayuga, 110; 2. LaPoynor, 106; 3. Cross Roads, 99; 4. Leon, 97; 5. Martins Mill, 49; 6. Trinidad, 22; 7. Neches, 8; 8. Oakwood, 3. The Malakoit News, Thursday, April 28, 1983--7A SEA OF SAND--Cross Roads Junior High's Mike Lowry made a big impact upon landing in the long Jump pit at the District 23A Track Meet in Palestine Friday afternoon. Lowry's Jump of 15'-i0" was good enough for fourth place and a headfirst plunge into the sand. Trinidad's Kelvin Boggas won the event with a 17'-t/z". CILIHS took second on the Junior high level and Trinidad was third. Cross Roads claimed third in the high school division behind the strong showings of Danny Hughes and Jeff Tunneli. Greg King led THS to a sixth place showing. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavali) P155-13 XZXT Blackwall FET: 1.50 EXCHANGE LIST: $73.53 FET: $1.50- 2.96 P165/75R13 XZXWWT WHITEWALL LIST: $82.53 P195/75R14 XWWT WHITEWALL LIST: $121.53 P205/75R14 XWWT WHITEWALL LIST: $129.38 P215/75R14 XWWT WHITEWALL LIST: $134.73 P205/75R 15 X AW WT WHITEWALL LIST :$131.63 P215/75R15 XWW T WHITEWALL LIST: $137.15 P225/75R15 XWWT WHITEWALL LIST: $141.73 P235 / 75R15 XWWT WHITEWALL LIST: $148.63 Prices good thru April 30,1983 ast ana Service Manager: D.B. Pirtle FREE MOUNTING! iles