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THE .q are now on sa BENNy ROGERS steadily downhill for yours truly from problem. Between the drag races, is going to have to this point on. gymnastic exhibitions and auto races I eball strike is Our next game was scheduled for 8 found time for another nap. Just to give season begin or the am. Saturday morning against the host you an indication of how bored I was better softball, team. We matched them run for run in and how hungry I was for good sports llke the one past and the first two innings, but faltered via action, I somehow forced myself to the bored farm of my errors in the latter innings and fell to watch Saturday Night Wrestling. In the hosts by three runs. The loss sent us case you are wondering, the bad guys t, I had such high hopes, home from the tournament and sent me won the first two matches. in the softball tour- home to a weekend of television wat- Sunday was no better. I played (?) 1 was very con- ching, golf Sunday morning and once again pretty good. And After returning to the old homestead, missed the telecase of the British Open. y the other I quickly showered and began waiting The afternoon hours were a repeat of few runs better, for the British Open golf tournament to the day before, although I did watch a game in the meet was come on the telly at 11:30. Between 10 fairly exciting boxing match. Butitstill rival-the Cedar Creek and the designated hour I managed to was a boring day with a capital "B." past when we've brush up on various cartoon cbarac- Looking back I suppose the weekend All Stars the games ters. Somewhere between The Tar-was not a total loss. I did manage to most part, classics, zan/Lone Ranger Hour and The Newcatch up my sleep and re-discovered night was no exception. Fat Albert Show I slipped into "zzzzzz- how much major league baseball and going into the six- zz" land and missed the British Open. football meant to me and how much I five in the sixth to No problem...Or so I thought. I would like winning. In softball, that is... final inning, simply wait for the various sports the first two Cedar programming that began airing around THiS 'N THAT came to the plate in one o'clock. NBC, due to the baseball The 49th Annual Texas High School moving us one out strike, has invented a Summer Season Coaches school got underway in Dallas win. The next hatter gimmick to catch our fancy during this Tuesday. New Tiger mentor Dale eventually scored unexpected, uneventful Saturday.Norris and his staff are part of an an- into extra innings. Believe you me, they should go back to ticipated attendance of 8,000. this part of the storythe drawing board. The Survival of the Highlighting the convention will be the scored a run in the Fittest, Tour deFrance, etc. just do not football and basketball all star games... eighth tosendus into excite me. It's been a pretty good year for ~t. Things went ABC and CBS offered little help to my athletes carrying the same last name Tickets for the 1961 Dallas Cowboys will be available for each of the as yours truly. First George won the home opener, the 34th annual Cowboys' games at Texas Stadium. Heisman Trophy and Bill won the Salesmanship Club Game on Saturday Tickets once again are priced at $12 and British Open this past night, Aug. 8, against the Green Bay $8. weekend...Assuming there still is a Packers, go on sale at the Cowboys Cowboys ticket manager Kay LangI strike, today is day number 42...The Ticket Office on Monday,duly 20. says that season-ticket sales, which. remainder of Cowboy veterans are The Cowboys' annual preseason were concluded this week, should sur- scheduled to report to the Cowboys' charity game is played for the benefit of pass last year's record of 46,233 when camp in Thousand Oaks, California the Salesmanship Club youth camps the final tally is in. today.., near Dallas. Kickoff at Texas Stadium. Congratulations to the Cedar Creek is at 8 p.m. Last year the Cowboys The Cowboys have sold out 34 con- All Starts for their second place finish edged Bart Starr's Packers 17-14 in the secutive regular season and playoff in the Kerens Invitational last weekend. Salesmanship Club Game. gamess. The most recent non-sellout This week's stop on the softball scene is Single-game tickets for the final two was the Oct. 2, 1977 game against Tam- Eustace...From the you don't mean it '81 preseason games, against Pit- paBay. department: The Dallas Tornado soc- tsburgh on Aug. 22 and Houston on Aug. The Cowboys Ticket office is located cer club, now 3-22 on the year, was 29, plus the Cowboys' eight regular on the ground floor of Expressway mathematically eliminated from the season home games go on sale Monday, Tower at the corner of Yale Boulevard playoff picture last weekend... Aug. 10. Approximately 17,000 tickets and North Central Expressway. ,it THE MAI, AKOFF PIRATES, sponsor~a by Ofe' West Steakhouse, competed in the Senior Midget League of the Lakeside Baseball Association this summer. Team members pictured are: Front Row (I.to-r) Jerry Cotton, Vanoid Dawson, Jason Ciendenning, Steven Gregory, Eric Clendenning and Pat McGee. Back row (i-to-r) Coach llarold Holyfteld, Jason Holyfleid, Marcus Dowell, Kerry Peach, Frank Pattison, Rodney Slaton and Wendell Brimer. {Staff Photo by l.ori Callaway) ~ERS --- second place finishers in the Cedar Creek Baseball League, are pictured above. Bottom Craig Arthus, Laura Smith, Ricky Smith, Scott Brooks, Tommy Alexander and Keith Wilbanks. Middle Damon Redden, Chris Quinn, Nathan McCann, Jeff Avant and Larry LaBello. Back row is coach Yle Lewis, Andy Kinabrew, Philip Tunnell, Chris Kirkpatrick, Eddy Hines, Chris Coker and assistant coach , (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall) Little League By MARY HUNTER Robinson of Athens, was all smiles as Saturday with over 120 entries. Whether Rowdy was running for his he clutched his trophy in one hand and The final race was the climax of two life with all the yelling and screaming Rowdy in the other, days of competition. The winners in from the spectators or running to get State-chartered NATO (National each of four heats Sunday who placed out of the sun is not known, but he Association of Terrapin Owners) and were Pepper, owned by Robin Geatches trotted to the finish line at the Black- the annual races were originated by the (son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Geatches,) Eyed Pea Jamboree Sunday to win the late Woodrow Walker and his friends Turpy, owned by Monica and Jennifer grand championship of the NATO 500 after his bird-dog inundated him with Camp (daughters of Mike Camp,) for his owner Kyle Robinson. terrapins in 1971. Rowdy, owned by Kyle Robinson, and Kyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayl m This year's NATO preliminaries ran A,J. Foyt, owned by Matt Land e a thanks donors By CHARLIE FREEMAN ! After coming within ling Kerens earlier pulled off a 26-21 on Friday night. of the game-- girls were down It looked like the hit- never before. raade their first out, crossed the platel And The Malakoff Little League Association would like to thank each of the following individuals and another five crossed the plate before businesses who gave so generously to the second out was made on Trinidad. our organization during our recent fund This brought the score to 21-19. The drive. Any additional donors will be game was not over yet. Seven more All listed in the weeks ahead. If anyone Stars crossed home plate before the who gave is not listed below, please ac- final out was made. The All Stars cept our apologies and call 489-0492, so carried home an astounding 26-21 vic- that your name can be listed in future tory over Mildred. articles. We do not want to omit any The Trinidad Little League team names. defeated Cross Roads Thursday night bv a score of 11-6. A special word of appreciation goes to those businesses who sponsored and brought uniforms for each team listed This is our final reduction on a great selection of women's spring and summer shoes. rice below: i Sonntag Ford (Cowboys), Lakeside Famous Brand Pants, tops & skirts Jr. Home Builders (Indians), Malakoff Old R !1 1 iii Mi., fancy T shirts, 2-4, 6-18, adults ...... all $4.98Steak House (Pirates), Texas Clay In- Half Sizes dustries (Braves). 12 m0. to 6 K up ............ $1.98 & $2.98 Other donations were given by: Adults $3.98 & $4.98 citizens state Bank, Malakoff Chamber of Commerce, Bradshaw Insurance % off girls 3 to 14-$4.98 ...... Misses $3.98 & $4.98 Agency, Gregory Tire Company, Texas to Orig. $24" to $1.98 & $2.98 ..... Girls 7 to 14 $2.98 & $3.98 Clay Industries, Tanner Motor Com- pany, Malakoff Insurance Agency, Sale Priced Now Joel-Van Huesen-Campusoff i Boys and Mens off Malakoff Prescription Shoppe, Malakoff Barber Shop, Bateman & George Attorneys, Hardy's Pharmacy, Chris' Auto Service, Harris Realty, S & D Texaco, The Barber Shop, Phillips Appliance, Sue's Fried Chicken, Home Entertainment Center, Smith Variety & Drug, Durmon Glass Company, Bankston's Appliances, Davis Red Barn Furniture, Poole Gas Company, Mite-T-Mart No. 5, Dairy Queen of Malakoff. Also, Norwood Oil Company, Big-T Shopping Center, Malakoff News, First Savings & Loan Association, Fair Deal Liquor Store, T-Shirt Hut, 31 Auto and Truck Garage, Williams Asphalt Com- pany, Malakoff Trade Center, McAteo Realty, Employees of Donovan Galvani, Clay Smothers, Brady Dockery, Floyd Sparks, Doc Burns, Porter Givens, Walter Jackson, Jessie Brooks, W.T. Connely, Ida Grayer, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Lise, Theda Craig, A.J. Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Talbert, Omega Grimes, Willie Wilson, Sheryl Gregory, Michael Gregory and Randy Gregory. a Malakoff MalakotT Lay-aways SOURCE OF REVENUE Even though they experienced a slight drop, property taxes were still the main source of local revenue for U.S. cities, townships and counties in fiscal 1979. They suffered a decrease of $995 million (2.9 percent) but still totaled $33.4 billion the decrease was primarily due to the reduced property taxes in California. $49" Now$ to to Girls and Boys Tex Mens Summer Orig, $998 to $1995 Select Group Mens Dept. Store off off off off