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Malakoff ': ' The Trinidad Trojans erupt- followed by another incomplet- both clubs, the Owls Hargrove the Owls were denied to in- ~~~~12; ed here Friday night and ran ed pass. Hargrove tried to drove into the end zone from vade the Trojan territory by over the Covington Owls like drive through the line, but was $ yards out for their final TD the defensive actions of Wylie lava from a volcano The stopped at the line of scrim- of the game. The third quarter McClintock (who dropped lt r, in *h, ro, game was the first in District mage by the tough Trojan de- ended with Trinidad leading them for a four yard loss and 9-B play for Trinidad and they fense Millsap's pass to John 48-13. later picked up a first down t; a, de,on county ' e ffi .w. o,*-t N.mplanted the seed real deep for Arnls failed to cover enough In the final period, the Tro- for his teammates) and How- i THE MALAKOFF NEWS possible future Federation yardage for the first downjarls scored twice more just ard who just seemed to get honors when they handed Coy- and Trinidad took over on for good measure. The first in on all the plays. Grimes P ge Two Friday, Nov. 8, 1968 Malakoff, Texas ington a 62-13 shellacking their own 20. TD followed a 10 yard passcarried for 9 yards; then for i A 90t 6 Every man making up the On the handoff from Berry,from Berry to Collins and an- 21; Fleming for2 and Howard Trojan first string got at least Stanfield picked up 10 yards, other pass from Berry to raced over for the count od one touchdown and three ac- five of which were nullified on Stephenson who ran into the The referees decided there counted for two each the next play because of a pen- end zone. Howards PAT washad been enough play for one Action in the first quarter alty Berry then passed to good. evening and called the game mecomina at Paune vrinas required a lot of bookwork on Stephenson for a short gain The final tally came when with one minute left to play the part of those keeping the and Howard made a deep pass statistics, but the scoreboard to Stanfield on the Owls 32. Many relatives and friends mining days, they came to was lit up only once and that Berry and Howard teamed reef at the annual Homecom- Malakoff and held a three- was when Trinidad crossed the up for enough yardage to pick ing of the Payne Springs As- week revival with an after-double stripe in the middle of up a first and Grimes collect- semhly of God Church on Sun- math that resulted in the or- the period, ed two on the next play The day, November 3. The day ganization of the Assembly of At the onset of play, thethirdTrojan touchdown was x. v ,: was dedicated to religious God Church. Owls took the kickoff hut could made on a five yard toss from ! services and the enjoyment of Mrs. Sorrell pastored the not make any gain over the Grimes to Stanfield who calm- a delicious meal served at the church from 1939 through 1942 Trojan defense and were fore- ly walked into the end zone noon hour at the Community Working together, Mmes ed to kick on fourth dawn. Stanfield then showed his Center. Byers and Sorrell held a num- Trinidad took over on their ability as an elusive player by t)JfAm / n - - Former pastors and visiting her of revivals through the own 29 yard line and, on the dancing, back tracking and gevV~ ministers from other churches years and were among the or- next play, Roy Stanfield re. side stepping his defenders un- - were among those in attend- ganizers of the First Assembly turned the ball to Covington's til he reached the end zone. ance. His handoff to Howard for the of God Church of Athens in 23. Eddie Grimes picked up Special music and singing was presentedby various visiting groups. Mrs Hazel Byers of Hunts- ville was the guest speaker for the morning worship ser- vice and she was assisted in special music and singing by Agnes Sorrell. Mrs. Byers and Mrs Sorrell were both reared at Payne Springs and entered the min- istry in 1932 During the coal 1932. In 1933, they were sent by the Tyler Section to Gilmer for revival services and sisted in establishing a church there. At the Payne Springs Home. coming, the ladies were re. united with many of their for- mer friends and enjoyed the fellowship with their home church. 16 more on a handoff from Quarterback Everett Berry, but Jimmy Howard couldn't quite handle the next handoff and the Owls, Richard Johnson, recovered the fum- ble. Once again, Covington's' attempts at penetration of the Trojan line failed and they had to kick on fourth down. Stanfield received the hall on his own 20 and returned it to the 29 where Berry made a; :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: pass to Julius Stephen- SSIF lED tillS son who raced downfield and across the goal line for the first tally Stanfield then pass- ed to Stephenson in the end Reduced for quick sal . h e T ree zone for the extra point and --NEW-- Gournet Enamelware Harder than steel--Smooth as glass -- Cook in it -- Serve in it -- Freeze in it. EXCITINGLY VERSATILE High color, Avacado, Butter- scotch, Orange Stirman Jewelry Store Athens, Texas W. Side Sq. Pho. OR 5.4181 :, bedroom brick house. Fenced yard. $8,750. HU 9-5711. For Sale -- Two houses for the price of one on West Mit- cham in Malakoff $5,750. For further information contact Gary Robertson 489-2316. For your Mr. K. and Mary K. 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Thanks To all our friends, relatives, doctors and nurses, this note of thanks cannot possibly ex- press the feeling of humility and love that we hold in the very depths of our hearts for the many kindnesses extended to us during the long illness and death of our beloved bus- i band and father. Your helping hands, extended in so many ways, gave us strength and renewed faith and hope for the future God bless each of you personally. The family of Billy Wayne Johnson. J, W. CECIL P.O. Box 4339 Tyler, Texas Phone A/C 214 LY3-6211 CAMPBELL'S ! Expert Watchmaking and Jewelry Repair Phone OR $.3132 ATHENS, TEXAS Dr Lulah DeGnath OPTOMETRIST East Side Square Phone OR 5-3238 ATHENS, TEXAS DWIGHT A. JONES, O. D. OPTOMETRIST S. Palestine, P.O. Box 889 Ckxid Wed. Afternoons Phi). OR Athens, "rex. Trinidad led 7-0 Ricky Willis picked up the Trojan kickoff on his own 18 yard line and returned it to the 28. Following an incomplet- ed pass ,a pick-up of 8 yards by Fred Hargrove and a third down attempted drive by Pat Millsap, nipped in the bud by Grimes and Stephenson, the Owls found themselves in an- other fourth down situation. Stanfield gathered in the ball on his own 18 and returned it to the 28. Grimes then drove to the 35 and Trinidad lost 3 on the next snap. After How- ard picked up 4, the crowd ex- pected the Trojans to kick; instead Howard handed off to Berry in an effort to gain a first but missed by two inches. The Owls took command on their own 38 and lost a yard on their first play from scrim- mage. Try as they might, the Covington boys just could not seem to move the ball enough for a first. Willis drove for four yards and then the Owls tried a three way pass play on two consecutive maneuvers, but both failed to materialize. Trinidad took the kick on their own 39 where Berry passed to Stanfield who car- ried to the Owls 39. Jody Mitchum gained 5 on a quick pass from Berry and Grimes added another 5 yards just as the gun sounded to end the first quarter. On the first play from scrimmage in the second per- iod, Berry passed to Gary Fleming into the end zone to add another 6 points to the Trojans score. Howards kick for the extra point was good and Trinidad led 154). Hard luck rode the backs of the Owls all evening. Willis took the kickoff on his own 18 and was downed by Grimes on the 28. A personal foul, charg- ed against the Trojans, placed the ball in the local boys end of the field. An attempted Cov- ington pass was broken up by Tommy Collins and this was to I)Ib with the purchase of an9 color tv Durin9 November extra was good and Trinidad led 28-0. In a repeat performance, the Trojans refused to allow the Owls a single first down and the forced fourth down kick was taken on the 28 yard line hy Trinidad With 1:28 left in the first half, Berry connected with Mitchum in a long pass that terminated on the Owls 24. On the next play, Berry found Mitchum open in the end zone and hit him with a bomb. Howards kick for the points after was good. Following the on-sides Tro- jan kick, the Owls coverdd the ball on the 36 and made no gain on the next play. On the second down from scrimmage, they fumbled and Trinidad re- covered. Seconds before the gun sounded to end the half, Ber- ry hit Fleming for a 36 yard pass and run play to up the Trojans score to 42-0. In the third period, Coving- ton made their first first down of the game on a carry by Amis, a 5 yard pick up by Willis and another Willis drive to the Trojan 20. After three incomplete pass attempts, Willis hit Hargrove at the two yard line. 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