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Second Half Surge Gives Canton 27-7 Win Over Malakoff Tigers By Tom Herline MalakoWs Tigers drew first blood and held Canton's Eagles to a 7-7 tie at halftime last Friday before bowing 27-7 as the Eagles dominated the second half. It was the first game Malakoff had lost by a rmrgin greater than a touch- down. Canton took advantage of penalties and short punts to keep the Tigers in their own end of the field for virtually all the second half. Neither team was able to put together a scoring drive in the first quarter. Mala- koff got an opportunity when Jimmy Williams inter- cepted Eagle quarterback David Starnes' pass which had been tipped into the air by Tiger Gilbert Smith at the Eagle 34. But the Tigers only reached the 32 before running out of downs. The Eagles matched the interception with one of their own early in the second quarter, with Marly Sigman )icking off a Benny Rogers zss at his own 14-yard line. I I IIII r Tt " , -I BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE ELEANOR ROBERTSON PH. 489-1335 119 N. Terry, Mahdmff DWIGHT A. JONES O.D. OPTOMETRIST 220 S. Palestine, Box 889 Closed Wed. Afternoons Pho. 675-2697 Athens, Tx. I III I , ii, i iiii i iiii i CAMPBELL'S EXPERT WATCHMAKING JEWELRY REPAIR Phone 675-3132 Athens, Texas The Eagles couldn't get anywhere with the ball, however, and it went over to the Tigers after Bobby Ray Shamlin punted to the Tiger 41. The Tigers then started their only march to the Canton goal line, with Larry Graves picking up a yard before Wes Holt ripped off a first down with a 14-yard run to the Eagle 46. Holt picked up another yard, Graves got two, and then Holt burst through the middle of the line and streaked down to the Eagle 10. Randall Jackson picked up four yards, Wes Holt picked up two, then one, and with inches to go on fourth down for the TD, Jackson burst across to score. Bill Muliins kicked the point after and the Tigers were leading 7-0. But the Eagles didn't stay behind long. Bobby Ray Shamlin returned Bill Mul- lips' kickoff from the I0 to the 34 yard line, and the Eagles started to march. the Eagles nmved to the Tiger nine, where on fourth and two, Shamlin picked up the first down yardage, but fumbled, with Ray Garrison coveing it at the two yard line Tor the Tigers. Unable to move from such cramped quarters, Benny Rogers punted from his end zone, and the Tigers had possession at the Tiger 33 yard line. A Starnes-to-Rusty Dick- erson pass from the 37 gave Canton a first down on the one-foot line. Starnes sneak- ed across for Canton's second score. The kick was fumbled, and the Eagles led 13-7. Malakoff took the ensuing kickoff on their own 23 and was unable to move the ball. Rogers' punt on fourth down was good for 14 yards, giving Canton the ball on the Tiger 38. Eight plays later, Shamlir moved around the right side and scored on a 16-yard run, knocking down Tiger defend- ers like bowling pins. Starnes earned for a two- They drove a few yards at a time to the Malakoff 44, and point conversion to put the then got 15 yards on a Eagles ahead 21-0. face-mask penalty to the On the next series of Tiger 26. Starnes then com- pleted a pass to Carl Tuley on the Tiger 6. Shamlin carried to the three, then carries again for the score with a minute left in the half. David Scorggins kicked the goal, and the score was knotted at 7-7 as the teams returned to the lockerroom at halftime. Taking the second half kick from their own 26, the Tigers couldn't get a first downs, Malakoff moved to the Canton 24 before running our of downs. After a 15-yard penalty put Canton on the Malakoff 49, Starnes turned a quarter- back sneak on first down into a 49-yard touchdown. Again the conversion was no good, but the game was out of reach of the Tigers at 2%7, with a little over four minutes left. The Tigers, starting at down, then a kick by Clint their own 20 did manage to Cross went only nine yards move the ball to the Eagle to the Tigers own 43. With I I, where they bogged down, the help of a pass interfer- and the ball went over. On their final possession, ence call at the 16-yard line, With 39 seconds left, Eddie Arthus was intercepted to end any possible scoring threat. The Eagles ran out the clock. Arthus and Rogers alter- nated at the quarrback ol0t during he entire game. Canton had 11 first downs m Malakoff's I0, and out- rushed Malakoff 182 to 151. /,/W/H//#/M_ Canton had 62 yards passing | JoE R oo com,,0000ion00 o, attempted. Malakoff and i INSURANCE M CantOntwice. each was intercepted W Canton ame his week. Coach Bet>by Anders,m said, "We just tot;t a good | .Trip Policy & Group Accident con.try licking 1 th,,,k 1We offer the best service t most competitive rates, m Cantons ,ea. waated to win--it was very apparent in ' the second half-and vou have to give !hem credit." "Tids is llomecoming for CATALOG SALE AGENCY PROFESSIONAL GUIDANCE BECAUSE WE CARE .... We provide the guidance and personal assistance re- garding various allowances and benefits of funeral pro- cedures and costs. Let us advise you . . . in times of sorrow. CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Malak,)ff, and Mabank's confing in and they just finished beating Van/' An- derson said ahout this week's match. "That ought to tell you something. "They have an exeellant passing atiack and play good solid defense." he continued "And they have a habit of getting after Malakoff. Avanti Casting Casting begins {onight (Thursdayt for "Barefoot in the Park." the next pro duetion of the Avanti Soc- iety. Linda Engel, who will direct the play, said today that auditi(ms will be held in the Mabank Elementary School Auditm'iun beginn- ing at 7 p.m. Six parts nmst be filled for the Neal Simon comedy, four males and two females. Roles to be cast include two middle aged men. and two young men. one of wholn is the lead+-a 26'ish lawyer practicing in New 5ork. Two female parts must also be filled: that of Cory, he scattvrbrained, rather (fffbeat ymng bride and her mother. The production (late will be announced after casting is completed, said Ms. Engle. 'Fent at ively, the per- formance will be held some- time in January m the Elementary School Auditor- ium. The AvanLi S('iety was fo-med early this vear LO pro,ole int.erest in local arts and vralts. Membership is open to alt residems of the ('edar Creek Lake area. as is partmipat ion m  heat r, n,.-, IlCl ionq. Page 8-MALAKOFF NEWS-Oct. 28, I Rotary Solicits Malakoff's Rotarians are soliciting contributions from Malakoff individuals and Flag Football Tigers Win Two Malakoff's Tiger flag foot- hall team won two games Saturday, winning 20-6 over the Cardinals and 26-14 over the Cowboys. John Costlow made all the touchdowns in the Cardinal game, and the extra points were made by Greg Ashlock. In the second game, all the scoring was made in the second half by Greg Ash- merchants in with their upcoming { mas Parade, Chairman, Marlin Perkins said that this year cash prizes be awarded for several categories, nroeds from the fund drive will be provide these prizes. The Malakoff Parade, inaugurated Rotary Club three is always well kicks off the Yule Malakoff. lock. Coaches are Gary Ashlock Banana oil does not from bananas; it's a and Hugh McSwesney. AT STATE FAIR-Lovely time perfomances by the MalakofffeaturetwlrlerGay additions to Malakoff band are the majorettes. McSweeney and Robin Band's performance at the Pictured here as they per- Harris. [Staff Photo by Texas State Fair recently, formed at the fair are Loralne Herline] and standard fare at half- .......... . .................... . ............................. ........ -....... ..... ..................... ..... , .......... ;.,.;... ....... .. .;...- ::: The Rogers Report ::: i:!: ii!i By Benny Rogers .52 It's homecoming week at MIlS and this year's festivi- ties should be bigger and better than ever. Various groups have different things planned. Mrs. Ann Benton's typing classes mailed out over 300 letters on behalf of the Ex-Students Association to ex-students urging them to participate in this week's festivites. The exes are sponsoring a coffee reception at the Elementary cafeteria following the game Friday night. The classes of 1938, 48. 58, and 68 will honored. The parade will be held down town at 4:30 p.m. The Student Senate is sponsoring three special occasion days this week. Wednesda] was "blue ieans and overalls" day. Thurs- day was designated as Jayvees Come Out On Top 42-26 Over Canton Eagles By Benny Rogers The Malakoff Junior Var- sity and Canton's Eagles put on a scoring exhibition, here last Thursday night with the Tigers coming out on ()p 42-26. Canton took te opening kick-off and returned it to their own 20 but they werl[ unable |o move the ball and' punted. The Eagle punter shanked the ball and it rolled oMy 11 yards to the Eagle 31. From there it took the Tigers only seven plays to score. Mike Givens got the score on a three yard run. The try for two failed but the Tigers owned a 6-0 lead. The Eagh,s once again had trouble get ring their offense cranked up after the ensuing kick-off and punted after three plays. The punter once again shanked the ball and the Tigers got the ball deep in Eagle territory. Chuck Chapman scored he next Tiger points on a nine yard run. The attempt for two failed. Carman Allen recovered an Eagle fumble two after the kick off on ttle Eagle 42 It took the Tigers only five plays to move to the one- yard line, From there Chapman scored again, he also passed to Doyle Flem- ing for the two point conver- sion giving the Tigers a 20-0 lead. Canton continued to ex- perience the "can't move the ball blues" and punled to the Tiger 40-yard line. Two plays later Reginald Cole- man scored on a 45 run with 6:,15 remaining in the first half. Chapman passed to Denny Perkins for tile con- version to extend the Tiger lead to 284). The Eagles finally realized dmt the,,, were being blown off the field and scored two touchdowns back-to-back but they still trailed 28-12 at half time. The Tiger defense led by Robert (;aston, Monte Green and Be lhompsot held the Eagles scoreless in the third period. The Tiger offense scored when Chap- man carried the [)all in from the five. }te also adde(t the two point conversion. The Tigers led 36q2 going into the final quarter. Canton canto storming back with touchdown drives of 85 and 96 yards that narrowed the gap t.o 36-26. Ahhough the Tigers put the game away with a 60-yard drive that saw Givens score on a 4a-yard run. The  ry for two tailed leaving the final score M "kerr 42, Canton game to their coach, Willie Wilson. who was in Kansas attending his father's funeral. The jayvees will take on the Mabank Panthers Thurs- (lay (Oct. 281. Game time is 7:00 p.m, "hobo" day while Friday will be "Tiger" day. On "Tiger" day everyone is urged to wear black and gold. Of course the most impor- tant event of the week will take place in Tiger Stadium at 7:30 when the Tigers take on arch rival Mabank. The Tigers will be out for blood trying to revenge last year's heartbreaking 10-9 loss. This past weekend in district 13-AA action Mabank shocked Van 16-8, Wills Point blanked Grand Saline 31-0 and Kaufman sneaked past Brownsboro 21-17. Until next week--Remem- ber to vote on Tuesday, November 2 in the Presi- dential election. Your vote may not decide who wins or loses, but it will help deter- mine what course this nation will take in the next four years. So think about it, then VOTE !! The Tigers dedicated the PASCHAL ,oM00 Emergency Ambulance We Will mumm TO I 244tow Service Fer Our Fdends In The Malake "E'489-1 LUMOER LUMBER * PAINT HARDWARE * SERVICE Hiay 31 East Malakoff "EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" Open "til 4:00 Saturday W.R. McKee Lumber Co. Phone 489-0527 K-BOB'S A TEXAS SIZE SALAD BAR SLAW POTATO SALAD CONGEALED SALADS PICKELED BEETS PICKLED WATERMELLON RIN3 OLIVES RADISHES GREEN ONIONS PEPPERS CHEESE AND CRACKERS Serving The Finest Steaks In The Southwest Mgr. - Ruth Owen K-BOB'S STEAK HOUSE Hiway 85 Between Gun Barrel City And Seven Points Open Thursday Through Tuesday Open 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. FrL- Sat II - II i For Reservations 887-2041