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OI OW Written and edited by members of Sch , Class HUGlll,'S has her blood pressure checked b~ classmate Tat Shelton, '/:d'~ si,~ter. Jan Norwood shows her l)icckma:~ looks on with apl)rehen~iml as did most of t|w other m~ campus May 7, when the |Irk wot'ker.; came from Tyler to get blood from those folks ~'ho ~ere eh~.,,ihh, to participate in Malakoff's E bh~od. Then ore, finger was pricked Onlookers standing{which some H~ought was the rnos~ :he sight inside was painful parl of the whole exercise J and phtstic bags, droPl)ed into a jar of blue liquid It was needles needles, explained thai the reason for doing this was because il lhe blood had not enougt, ly 7. 1980 Some ner- henloglobin in it• it would not be accep- said) so nervous table. This sort of blood would float at stud(qHs (and ex- the top of the jar~ while healthy blood Cachets loo~ linedwould go to the b(dh)m. high s(iimol library You were then hande(l a card stating to the Stewart that you were now allowed to donate blood. The next step was: onh) the paid workers table... Blood Bank's After positioning yourself on the r, table, you were asked if you were right equipment. They or left handed and the arm with which g blood you did not wri!e ~as the one thai blood poor victims ;it was taken irom H~e arm was ti~en sterilized, numbed with an anesthetic, hall were some very and before you knew it, the life-giving "I was dared to goliquid was draining oul of your arm into stated a senior girl, tim see-through plastic bag hanging anonymous. "But next toyou. " The worker asked |or your assistan- thelibrary, onewasce, by making ymt hold onto a plaslic the Blood Bank bar, and flexing and relaxing your hand to fill out in order to make the blood fill ff~e bag Whether or not they with regularity, and with few air bub-. ses, illnesses or bles. ve aflected their Depending how fast you did this, you • ~,, some wa)i to help a needy person who ..... i may have thesame blood type as you, i,' ,, ' and also a great sense of appreciation to kn.w that you and your family, ~ .....' shouh:l the necessity arise, can receive ,):~="" ~ ~:~':~ blood for free from the Stewart Blood ...... . .~ : Bank in Tyler. [WITH THE WORDS"WHENI ' ~ ~ .... ~ ~ '..... II tIN THE COURS[OE l l :R il ,he annual FFA Rodeo are (clockwise) Keith d Bill Self. (Tiger Growl photo) -.--- ' ......... J ' I lit. 24 Hour Wrecker Service M~ E,~'henlnTheC°urseOfHumanents, Your HOME And U ~ q~' ~~", ~ P()5;SESSIONS Are DAMAGED [~ II(),' DESTROYED, The Words In ll & Tubes IIl~Jl:: H ('I!R HOMEOWNERS POLICY, H M()pens The Way To FULL all day Saturday ~ RIG~I.ACEMENT VALUE And ][SERVICE With A HUMAN H ~,'~--~ ;~; ]]T()UCIt! (Declaration Of In- [] Co ~ _~ del,,.,denee) HARRIS ~ r , # INSURANcE AGENCY 11o E. Mitcham ?f 489-1858 II were throut~h it] about ten minutes, and wet, :dAe lo relax yourself However, you wet, required to lie with your arm m ~h(, atr tot five minutes and when you we~. all,~wed up off the bed, a bandaid ~:,.~ pat ,.m the tiny hole where the m,(,d;~, had been. You had to keep your arm ,~,.l. now, for a time period of ten mim~(,:-., while you were directed over !o .~m!h('r part of the library for coul~ ..s and orange juice to restore your en(,~ qy. S,)me people, however, did not quite I~;('~ enough energy restored• Senior Cynme ()wen was "the only one who pa:.:.;~.d out. I felt very dizzy every time I mrm,d around I swear up and down th.t i will not do that again -- those l:e(:(licm are too big." .~ Some junior students were allowed Io d,m;,h, hlood and Richard Jordan wax ~,ne ~)t them. "l thought it was pretty ~at t~) bc able to give blood so that s,.~:( ,)Ca in need of it can use it. We take ttm~p> hke that for granted and only reati~, h~w necessary it is once we h)se some I a~,~ very pleased that although ll~(. ag(' requirements are 18 and over, lhat ~},(,y had special forms for those who are 17 and have their parents per- mi',s;,n to give blood." "M> veins are twice as small as eve~y~me else's," said senior Tai SheH~,., ,~hose mother, Terry, works tot ~he Stewart Blood Bank. "It took me lwice as long as everyone else, because the bi~)od would not come out!" There were added benefits for those who gaw~ blood: small fabric frisbees that had lead around the edges, and fh.~ !ik(. birds. Many of the people who wcr,. allowed out of school early becaw.~c they gave blood, were greatly impressed by the performance of these little 'Lhgh Flyers." it tzives one a great sense of satisfae- tic. h, know that you have been able in ~ ;~ .XRI. TARKINGTON hangs on with every bit of his strength in wild bronc riding at Saturday night's rodeo. A By Chip Souza ; ,,, m a championship Bailey returning at safety, Ivey at capabilities, should be in the thick of ~,~ a mediocre one is the roverback, Scott Ciardo at one corner the title race for the district champion- : ~ ,.. k or lack of it in the and DannyDriver at the other, ship in 1980-81. :.,p~,~ .: ,,. I off-season program Junior Varsity players Russell Tar- :m, ,,ix months the Tigers ver, Billy Whiteley, Rickey Bailey, Dan .,~ u| work in hopes of Bailard, Joe Campana and Todd ~..~, :,~ championship nextMonroe should fill some gaps for the : ~: Tigers as well as varsity holdovers '* ;~r.y, ram at MHS, un- Bubba Smith and Sam Blair. ,~'.~ ~ .;~,aance of head coach The Tigers appear very strong on pi .. t,'on ,lennings, consists paper, and if they perform up to their o~ ,~ ~ agdity drills, running, i...,....,.,.,..,,.......,-,..,,-..,..,,,,,,,.,.,,~,II ..... the learning and ,i B d?Sill | ..... ....~; to be used next year. ricks Cracke s "P,( - ',,:ers are the team many rotten? U nlevel floors?. Ii * Refrigerators . Freezers ~,f, v aired to see for the past '~v, .... ':,c are the same Tigers --CALL-- • Washers * Dryers ~ ' f ~ ( ~ ' " .... ~ g~ ) , were just inex- ~. *TV's *Radios .Ceiling Fans .... ,-w. ....... , ,,mores trying to step in Derl _annon .Air Conditioners m,! !,n' a senior laiden 7-3 ,,\~ ~1~ 14 lettermen retur- "Come by and see us .m~ ,~,,, ,, '/offensive and 9 defen- before you buy" s~v~. ,.,rang hack. it should be :~, ,,~ for the black and gold. RL 1, Athens 615-7096 214 N. Terry A&! ' ;~ 8-1 district winning 489-1506 .;ut~.~ '. ;rod the long wait should ',.2~,-,,,,_.,....,..,.,......m..,,..,...-.,.,,..,,,,,.., , , 'l~ ...... ~qmnsive backfield will • ,.,, to give the Tigers ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY tin('.: "'i' power Quarterback .t;~m~ - . . );~. fullback John Cross, ,, ..,, t ,ound gainer Howard HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE l),',v, r,~ ~ ,4i,:.:k provide the team Representing: Employers Casualty, ,, H ' ifffetlsive tackle Richard Employers National, Motors Insurance Corp. .,,. ',,~ his old spot on the of- i,'~,~. ~, '. ;,, v,,|ll be flanked by cen- Sue Barnett ter ,I , , , :.!~,',,d and left side tackle 'l',m~ " ~ ' ' ~ v l)river will return at See lk=,,; ,:,' Ivey will move from 489-0520 Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. spl~i ,,,, ; , ;,. id end lo round out the of- ~., ~: ,~, ~!w key ingredient to Win- .i~::: ',, ,I -~' viii be the Tigers strong s~l ~-' ~," '! Thv fwst name topopup Ri :,, :~ ,~Jkms, the Tigers top def.~:'-,'-~ ?,i;~yer in 1979, Howard .... i.~riv~-: J, ,:;,~ r,(4 his share of hits from t~,,: i~-c~,., .~,,r spot, while Kelvin F.r~,i; ~u-'.~::: ,~e laekle, is as tough as lhe> .. ,, ~:~, is also a know talent 2255 ,~ t (+~.1"! J ; .... ,' r, ,,,t . 2255 12" Western Pecos style boot with Th-.,,~ ~,~rv will be stronger this pull straps, full grain oil-tanned ;va ..... : i:'mulli-laleotedVincent Velva Reran leather, fully leather- lined vamp. Safety steel toe. Class 30, "sweat proof" leather insole ab- 2126 sorbs moisture, inch-wide steel 2126 shank for extra support, green ruh- 6" Brown cowhide leather, durable ber midsole with oil resistant, slip- cellulose insole, inch-wide steel resistant chemihum cork sole and shank for extra support, lightweight western heel. cushion crepe sole and heel with strong polymeric bond, water- ] [eCO0| 'S po )Ol erd, leatherboard heel-molded DEP'r s iT?lIE i, I An Original Texas Hamburller I II ;; I~ onday, May 19 vnv~ thru ~~ Sunda~ ;.- o.-,-~=.~:~N