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16A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 17, 1981 1981 JUNIOR VARSITY MALAKOFF TIGERS--Top row (I to r) Tim Ferrell, Warren Alexander, Ted Quinn, Glenn Glasgow, Todd Locke, Billy Till. Michael Riddle. Richard Caro. Middle row (! to r) Gary Woolverton, Norman Ashton, Craig 8pivey. Todd Shelton. Tim Mattingly. John Tanner, Joe Hernandez, Roderick Smith, David Quinn. Bottom row, (I to r) Coach Willie Wilson. Joe Bailey, llomer Turner. Randy Lee. Matt Ray. Scott Clendenning, Charlle Williams, Danny Wilson. Team members Turner (25). Clendemdng (19) and Mattingly (80) were moved up to varsity last week. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) With all of the places to go out for lun- or restaurant do, too. But look around ch, who takes their lunch? More people at the number of other people toting than ever before, that's who .... and a their custom-made lunches from home wide variety of them, too. You are very likely to see young career School students no doubt still take women and businessmen in their three- their lunches in greater numbers than piece suits among them, too. any group. And people who work out- The reasons for bringing a lunch are doors with no easy access to a cafeteria as varied as the people who eat them. FEED . SEED . SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLLECT 214/396-2881 OR OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS 396-2282 O for an announcement of an O For many p~ple, their bank balance and their weight are two of their greatest concerns, and budgeters and dieters are two loyal fans of brown bagging. After eating lunch out for a period of time, many have watched their pocketbooks shrink and their waistlines spread. By bringing food from home in measured amounts, they can save both money and calories. Get away from the desk or office to eat lunch; the change of scenery is good and many activities are planned especially for brown baggers. Local or- chestras often perform in parks near business areas so people can enjoy a breath of fresh air and a taste of culture with their meal. Libraries sometimes schedule educational or entertaining films during the noon hour. And some places such as Universities or garden centers provide lectures and short workshops for the lunch bunch. All of these things are simply increasing the already phenomenal number of brown baggers. Some people avoid taking their lunch because of the traditional crumpled paper hag; but take another look. Good- looking, plastic-lined canvas bags ,with drawstring or zipper tops are available in a variety of colors and sizes. Some even have a compartment for a ther- mos. Baskets abound; look for a small one, just the right size ~or your lunch. And the original paper bag never looked so good: plastic-coated, durable wrapped handles and a rainbow of colors. Who said lunch bad to be a sandwich if it were brought from home? Quiche Lorraine is equally as good at room temperature as it is warm. Add a small roll, fruit and a glass of milk, and you've created a nutritious lunch based on the four food groups (milk, meat, fruit and vegetable, grain) and one that is definitely a break from the ordinary. President John Tyler had 15 children. says: Don't Miss Out! ONLY IN THE LAST FEW DAYS OF THE MODEL YEAR, FORD OFFER8 THIS GREAT WAY TO SAVE ON BOTH CARS AND TRUCKS. A MILLION DOLLARS A DAY IN CASH REBATES AND INCENTIVES ON MUSTANG Americas mosl popular sports car ON '82 EXP America's newes! 2-seater ON FAIRMONT One of Ford's Value Leaders. ON AMERICA'S BEST SELLING LIGHT TRUCKS AND VANS.~ You can altm gel a $500 Rebate on ~t new '81 Ford Vane. 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Contrary to popul belief, says a booklet from the American Medical Association, a cataract is not a growth or covering on the outside of the eyeball. It is, in a sense, a dense con- centration of abnormal fibers in the Ions. Though the condition is generally hereditary and develops with age, other conditions may precipitate it. Damage due to severe injuries, eye infections, electric shock,.excessive exposure to X- rays, poisoning, enaocrine gland disturbances, diabetes, viral infections before birth and other less common causes also can result in cataract. Cataract is actually one of the least serious disorders that cause failing eyesight, and surgery to restore visual function is more than ~ percent suc- cessful. Even though cataract affects both eyes, often vision will be better in one eye. Surgery usually is not perfor- med until vision is impaired. The operation for cataract is fairly simple and takes only about an hour, but requires skill on the part of the surgeon. 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