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6A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, June 9, 1983 By Benny Rogers ( Vacation greetings Dear Loyal Readers, I'm coming to you today from Vacation City, USA. In all reality, by the time your eyes ponder these lines I'll probably be doing one of two things: Relaxing in my rocking chair watching the College World Series on cable TV or four putting on the fourth green at a local golf course. One thing I've learned since getting into this business on a full-time basis is that the newspaper business is like no other. How many other businesses do you know that gives you a vacation and yet asks you to work? Typical questions directed my way last week were: "Will you have us any copy for the sports page next week" or "Are you going to come in a write a story and cutlines for the Rebel softball tournament?" The one I really liked was, "Are you going to make a list of all the stories you'll have for us next week?" Oh well, just part of the job, I guess. Vacations for sports editors or few and far between. Although most feel that SE's are on vacation most of the time. An unwritten rule for sports editors is that you can take a vacation anytime ... As long as it's not during the school year. What that really means is SE's can take a vacation in June or July. So we usually take one week in both months. Don't expect a letter in July. I think it's pretty safe to say that most people view the sports editor's job as all fun and games. Well, that statements half right anyway. It is a lot of games. From August to May it's nothing bat games. And there is fun involved, but there's also a lot of deadlines, a lot of hours and a lot long days. The job does have its advantages, though. There's the opportunity to work closely with a bunch of super coaches and their athletes. In this day and time when were hear so much bad about the youth of today it's refreshing for this scribe to watch a group of at),letes dedicate themselves to a common goal. And when that goal is achieved tbzre's nothing quite like it anywhere. It's strange, but as tired, both mentally and physically, as I was at the con- clusion of baseball season i found myself anxiously awaiting the beginning of the 1983 football season. But '.hat's just typical for a sports editor, I guess. I've often heard we live for the next season. Perhaps there's some truth to that. I am anxiously lookL, lg forward to the 1983-84 school year. It could very well be a banner year for Malakoff High School athletic teams. The foundation for a solid athletic program has been poured and now it's time to put the walls up. And I'm looking forward tc being there for every touchdown, 20-foot jump shot and homerun. You see, I'm suddenly ready to go. Oh well, guess I'd better go, the first week of vacation is almost over. Be back next week, Benny NSU :Y HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. See 489.0520 Mslakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd..[z}, By BENNY ROGERS went on to down Tinsley's, 6-3, before Defense was the name of the game in Surviving a grueling stretch of five losing to Holiday Inn, 10-7, in the third the first RMR-Holiday Inn battle for the consecutive games, RMR belted round. Moving over into the loser's title. Sterling play in the field resulted Holiday Inn, 17-7, to capture champion, bracket, RMR defeated Cedar Creek, in 1-2-3 innings and eventually sent the ship honors of the Tenth Rebel In- 12-6, Tinsley's, 8-4, and ColorTyme, 12- game intollinnings. vitational held here at the YMCA11, before the two wins over Holiday RMR built to a 4-3 lead after four Malakoff Park last weekend. Inn. RMR's game with Cedar Creekframes and carried the one-point ad- Included in RMR's endurance teststarted at 9 p.m. and the Athens-based vantage into the seventh. Holiday Inn were t~o extra inning games, one of team's win over Holiday Inn ended at answered the challenge, pushing one which went 11 innings and the other 3:17a.m. * run across the plate to send the game went eight. The 11-inning game was a Holiday Inn stole the double- into extra innings. battle with Holiday Inn, which had elimination event's early headlines, Both teams scored two runs in the reached the finals undefeated. RMR defeating the REnegades, 9-6, and eighth inning before settling into a held on to win, 7-6, to set up a second Cedar Creek, 18-15, Friday night. After three-up, three-down groove until thv and decisive game. the win over RMR, the tourney's run- 11th frame. RMR finally scored in the RMR opened tournament play with a net-up belted ColorTyme, 19-10, to top of the inning and retired Holiday 16-10 win over Kemp's Warriors and move unscathed into the finals. Inn scoreless to force a second game for / \ SWINGING AWAY---Cedar Creek All Star outfielder Blll Mulllns belted a pitch in a game with the Renegades of the Malmnk area in the Tenth Rebel Invitational held here last weekend. Mullins' blast was flagged down in the outfield, but the All Stars went on to win the game, 9-8, in nine innings. RMR captured the tourney title over Holiday Inn. Watching the play is Renegade catcher Joe Dan Perkins. 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