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6A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Aug. 13, 1981 ) ERMA MONRt)E, mother of Tiger Todd Monroe. was one of the first to buy season tickets for the Tigers home games Mon- day. Ilandling the ticket sales is School Secretary I,eda I,ee. Tickets will be on sale for $10 for the four Iiome games in pre- season sales at the administration office. (Staff photo by I,orl Cailaway) The word bride is derived from an ancient Germanic word meaning "to cook." news__ THE New Tiger mentor Dale Norris welcomed 55 players to the 1981 football season Monday morning as two-a-day workouts began, signaling the official opening of the schoolboy season. More players are expected to report to the Tiger camp as the workouts continue until school begins. The first two workouts Monday were used as a crucial learning period as the players acquainted themselves with the new system and the new coach on the block began to familiarize himself with his new athletes. The Tigers were also busy learning their new offensive game plan for the upcoming season-the Wish- bone offense. By the evening practice session the Tigers were beginning to grasp the new offense, giving all in- dications that a smooth transition period lies ahead. All, but one, of the l0 lettermen from last year's 7-3 squad reported to training camp. Returning for their senior campaign are Tom Byers, Joe Campana, Todd Monroe, Billy Whiteley, Vic Kirkland, James Jackson, Russell Tarver, Ron Denis and Kyle Kilman. This group will be the pivotal factor as to whether or not the Tigers are to break the 3t-year old drought without a district champion- ~,h,h,~A,~,,~,;,A~A,~~~A~~AAA~AA~ Navy Aviation Antisubmarine War- ship. .. i Smith Drug & Va iety tl fare Operator Airman Apprentice If current predictions rolling in, anoL r Timothy c. conner, son of Walter and realize that predictions are merely a June Conner of 623 Rosemary Drive in sportswriter's way of showing how little SCHOOL SUPPUFS ~ Trinidad, was graduated from Aviation he knows, are any sign, the Tigers just Binders $2.29 & $2.39 Deluxe See-thru $3.79 School.gntisubmarine Warfare as Operator Iocalmay behightheschooiROdneyfootbaliDangerfieldscene. Of Theythe Tote bags, canvas, $3.98 Denim $4.98 During the 12-week course at the aregetting no respect whatsoever. Composition books 59' to 98' Filler paper 39' to $1.29Naval Air Technical Training Center, Despite last year's second place Millington, Tenn., he studied the district finish and the large crop of operating principles and procedures for returning talent, the Tigers are not Theme folders 29' Construction paper 59' ariborneASWsensorequipment, very popular in the pre-season polls. ; Incidentals: protractors, pens, paint brushes, etc.He additionally studied electronic Texas Football, the most respected of S & H GREEN STAMPS MALAKOFF LAY-AWAYS ,~ imagery interpretation, flight-crew all the publications, places Fairfield as i~'k'4r~,Jk',JrJr~'A"tr~'k'lk procedures and aircraft safety, the 18AAA rave and the Tigers well By BENNY ROGERS and will meet the winners of the second finished third in the round in a best of three series to deter- nament this past weekend mine the overall division winner. As for Stars, with a touch of the two Texas teams, the Houston fourth in the Dallas power~ Astros finished the first half eight tournament. games out and the Texas Rangers fin- The stop on the ished a game and a half behind the Athens this weekend as Oakland A's. l,ions Club host a tourney school field. All three FROM TIlE I)IAMOND scheduled to compete. As the softball season dwindles to a currently being made close the local teams continue to garner sponsored by the success. The Rebels, with a touch of bier Association, to be he Cedar Creek All Stars and Jays, weekend. WIIERE TIIE BOYS BECOME MEN - It all started this week began two-a-day workouts in preparation of the up-coming foot] tured above are members of the Malakoff Tiger team on their outs Monday. (Staff Photo by l,ori ('allaway) back in the pack. Texas Sports magazine rates the local team as a fourtil place finisher behind Fairfield, Dial Moffatt, coach at Malakoff Crockett andRusk. Schools for the past two years, has In a poll being conducted the The submitted his resignation to trustees of News of all publications in the I8AAA the district. communities, as well as The Athens In his resignation Moffatt said that he Review, Tyler Morning Telegraph and had enjoyed teaching and coaching Corsicana Daily Sun, and withoutwith the outstanding faculty at giving away the final result of the poll Malakoff Junior High and the which will be released on Thursday, professional staff of faculty and ad- September 3, the Tigers have received ministration at Malakoff High School. two last place votes. I'll wait until "In particular," he said, "I have ap- release date to name the guilty parties, preciated the opportunity to work with We, at The News, are gearing up for men of Christian quality as Phil Trice the upcoming season and other than our and Charles Wood. Both of these men first ever poll we haven whole bundleof possess the qualities which I would goodies planned for our readers, Thur- want to have in men of leadership sday, September 3, is set as the day we positions who work with my children." will send our "new look" sports page "During my coaching and teaching your way. Included will be our career I have also been fortunate to :'Sidline'Surveys"-our own pool of work with School hoard'members who predictions. Also on the 3rd, our spbcial possess a high degree honor and in- football section, which will spotlight all tegrity," he continued. "Unfortunately sctmols in the Henderson County area, some of the members of the present will come your way. The following Malakoff board do not possess these " mlities." "During this past year students and week, as will be the case each week qualities." throughout the season, we will release "During our honor roll of Friday night heroes, athletes have seen the imperfections of MEATS VEGETABLES DESSERTS The honor roll will focus on top the democratic process as practiced by Malakoff, Trinidad and (.'ross Roads e, **********oo*****o***************************o*********o************* performers. This forum will also have a Z new look on that date. . We're excited, so you get excited. It's W ~ : going to be a great year for Tiger foot- :" FISH FRY with all the immings : ball. Get involved : attend the workouts, tr : Bed part of what's going to be a very * pep rallies and booster club meetings. " puppies etc : special year. * y m Remember,.,The time is now. 0 ~,.,,,******.****.***,******.*****,,,,.*,********,,*******'********* Malakoff is the place. And 1981 is THE YEAR... Hours i 1:00 2:00 Dinner 5:00 8:00 Mon.. Thur. STBIKIN( Sn)E NOTES , Evidently the major league baseball Fri. & Sat. till 9:00 pm fans around the country ere willing to forgive and forget. Look at the eviden- Sun. open for lunches only ! ! :OO. 2:OO only Hwy. 31 ce 72,086 fans attended the All-Star game in Cleveland Sunday night, 36,000 plus attended the Ranger-Astro exhibition game last Thursday night, fans flocked to various ballparks across the country Monday as the second seas'on began. [ know it shouldn't have surprised me, but it did. [ really thought the fans would finally take up for themselves and lash out at the players and owners for their 50 days of inactivity during the past few weeks. !, too. will probably get involved in what's left of the season, but I really would have liked for the fans to adults in our community in his letter of hope that this expert valuable learning they will not repeat the older generation ma and members of the need to give their coming year. As munity they and the neW the strong support Malakoff I.S.D. memories of what has community should taHoe of our vote and should influence us during tions." NEW YORK (AP) nors, the tennis star, Although Jimmy lefthanded, he hits a right side. "There isn't between my tennis and a Connors said. trove boycotted the games for let's say the first three days as a sign of protest. 1975 OLDS Cutless Coupe The owners have elected to divide the season into two parts The first will go bucket seats, auto trans, AM-FM down as the games played before the radio, REAL CLEAN ?na has made it easier than ever strike and the second half will be the to save money on home insurance, games played the rest of the way. With this system Oakland, New York, 1979 Camaro Berlinetta Call us today Philadelphia and Los Angeles im- mediately become the first half winners very low miles,new tires, Tell us how much you're paying for Season tickets auto trans, PSPB, air, home insurance right now. , beautiful black And we'll tell you about the price, ~'r~a~''"~ on sale for 1977 Ford T-Bird coverage and service you can get from r'l'Ck~' I C football coupe, very 10w miles, tna Life & Casualty extra, extra, sharp Chances are, you already qualify for Henderson County Junior College Athletic Director Leon Spencer has an- 1980 Ford LTD big savings, nounced that season tickets for the five home games that the Henderson County 4 door, white with red vinyl Junior College Cardinals will be playing this season went on sale at the trim interior, auto trans, Henderson County Junior College 'clean Athletic Director Leon Spencer has an- nounced that season tickets for the five home games that the Henderson county 1979 Jeep CJ5 Junior College Cardinals will be playing this season will go on sale at the soft top, CB radio, college business office Monday, August 35,000 miles, ver,j nice 17th. 207 S. Terry St, Football season ticket holders of last season may exercise their option on the' Malakoff, Texas seat they held by coming to the college 489-1858 ' toa, I Yn g/ad busin office or by phoning 675-6256 or I met ya!" 675-6236. Tickets can be mailed if requested. Season reserved seat tickets ~,~~s~v ~ will sell for $15 each. When purchased for individual contests the reserved Malakoff Ph. Hwy. 31 /'tlt" 4~tna Casualty and Sunvv (~,mPanV . /he Standard l.~re Insurance 'ompanv ~ seat tickets will sell for $4 each. All 489-0520 Malakoff ['he Automobile Insurance ('ompaav o/tlart ord. (onn. general admission tickets will be $3. Athens 675.9002 I';lig~bili(v subject to underwriting qualifications. Holders of boxes are requested to notify the business office of the number Dallas (214) 821.3658 of tickets they wish issued for their use. On The Spot Financin 9