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Tiger Gro'w00l By The Malakoff High School Journalism Class Stomp Grand Saline Rogers Malakoff Junior out the 1975 a winning note by the Grand Saline last Thursday had 429 total the night compared Saline's 126. The statistically, iwas the fact that the ,ted five Indian ensuing kickoff and marched upfield to the Tiger 46 in eight plays. On the ninth play David "Podunk" Dickenson intercepted a pass and re- turned it 62 yards for a touchdown. Dickensen's PAT a scoreless first the Tigers scored on possession in the Malakoff put a 43 yard drive that Williams Scoe on run. The try for failed, leaving the 6-0 with 7:26 in the first half. Saline took the was. no good, leaving the halftime score Malakoff 12, Grand Saline 0. The second half was very costly for the Indians as the Tigers scored at will. It was a field day for Dickenson, who did everything but work in the concession stand. Midway through the third' quarter -- after the Tiger defense, led by Earl Barren and Bubba "Too Tall" Hayes, had stopped the Indians -- Jimmy Williams scored on a 16 yard burst up the middle. 'Dickenson's PAT was good putting the Tigers up 19-0. From this point on, it was FOOTBALL from page one all Dickenson. With one minute left in the quarter Dickenson intercepted an Indian pass and returned it to the Grand Saline 23. Six plays later he scored on a four yard run. Once again his PAT was under by 7-0. then in the waning of the second quarter, took advantage of fumbles to put 12 the board within a and a half. David Carroll on the Malakoff 45, Townley pounced on Wasting no time, broke loose for to the Indian 20. Brim uncorked a bootleg play to Mike to chalk up 6 for A fake kick turned incomplete pass as was unable to for the conversion. was trailing by a only momentarily. later, Indian Lanier Richen the ball and Blake covered it on the 38. Brim made i t 'as he bombed 0 Mike McDowell for a to put the Tigers The conversion failed. carried the 12-7 the dressingroom at and the game still to be up for grabs scored again left in the thrid it on fourth and two at their own 38-yard line, and Bill Townley tackled Carroll back on the 35 and the Tigers took over. Blake Grimes and Wes Holt methodically moved the ball down to the one yard line where Grimes carried it in for the touchdown. Mullins kicked another PAT and Malakoff was roosting atop a 26-7 lead. Grand Saline tightened up the difference on the first play after the fourth quarter started, with John Thomas scoring from the 3. He kicked his own conversion and the score rested at 26-14. After taking the kickoff on the 30, Grimes took a pitchout on second and 10, and went 70 yards for paydirt, with Grand Saline jerseys following him all the way. With 11:04 left in the game, Malakoff led 32-14. Moments later, Malakoff got possession on the Grand Saline 34 as Mike McDowell, who seemed to be all over the good putting the Tigers ahead 26-0. Grand Saline got tired of throwing interceptions  and decided to punt the ball. The punt rolled to the Tiger 24. On the first play Dickenson caught a pass from halfback Randall Jackson and out- raced his defendees to the goal line. Dickenson's PAT was good and the Tigers led 33-0 with 9:06 left in the game. On Grand Saline's next series of downs they drove to their own 44 where the Tigers pounced on an Indian fumble. Four plays later Dickenson charged up the middle for 24 yards and a touchdown. The two point conversion attempt failed leaving the final score Malakoff 39, Grand Saline 0. Leading ground gainer for the night was Dickenson with 98 yards. Williams and Jack- son rushed for 83 and 72, respectively. Offensive player of the night was Dickenson. Getting the nod of defense was Hayes, Barren, Williams and Be Thompson. The Jayvees finished the season with a fine 6-4 record. They finished with a'district mark. Malakoff Menu ::: ::: Nov. 24- 26 ' Monday: Creole Spaghetti, Sweet Potatoes, Black Eyed Peas, Baking Powder Yeast Bisquits, Pudding and Milk. Tuesday: Tamalies, Pinto Beans, Buttered Rice, Yeast Corn Bread, Prunes, Milk. Wednesday: Hamburger, Lettuce, Pickle, French Fries with catsup, Baked Beans, and Milk. Thursday & Friday,School field all evening, intercepted a Thanksgiving Holidays had taken a short Grand Saline's 44, threw a complete Chandler around the dropped the ball completion, but m it to retain possession On third and 1 yard line, Wes Holt 0Ver left guard to put front 18-7. The Mullins made it in the third quarter, decided to go for desperation pass by Richey. McDowell got a first down at the 3 after a pass was ruled complete because of inter- ference. Then McDowell carried the ball into the end zone for the touchdown. The two-point conversion failed, and Malakoff was riding high with a 38-14 lead. Grand Saline scored one more time after getting a pass interference call on the Malakoff 9. Todd Humphrey carried the ball in from the five yard line and John Thomas kicked the point-after to give Grand Saline 21 points in the game with 8:39 left. That finished off the scoring, although Malakoff did get down to the Indian 24 in one drive. LUMBER * PAINT HARDWARE * SERVICE "EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" Open 'til 4:00 Saturday W.R. McKee Lumber Co. 31 East Phone 489-0527 MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY PRESCRIPTIONS FIIJ.ED 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. from page one to seek an estimate of costs of more permanent repairs. In a brief discussion of the tax suit pending against the district, it was indicated documents asked by .the attorneys for those bringing the lawsuit had been delivered and picked up. It was rumored, according to school trustee discussions, that the parties to the suit, the Fair Tax Association, had changed attorneys. After a brief discussion of vandalism problems in the school district, the board decided to make no changes in its present policy, which involves internal discipline coupled with reimbursement for damage or replacement of damaged property. If a need is felt for use of outside authorities they will be called in, Supt. Murray said. The board voted against joining the National School Board Association at a cost of $18 per member, and against becoming a member of the Texas Association of Community Schools at a cost of $50 per year. They did, however, name Clay Estes as a representative to a proposed county-wide school officials association dedicated to discussion of local school problems which is in the process of being organized. The trustees approved giving permission to Bass Exploration Co. to make seizmograph tests on the 80-acre tract owned by the school district on Star Harbor Road. The district does not own mineral rights under the land, but permission to go on the land must be granted by the board, it was noted. Blue Crou Blue Shield Mectimet GIBSON ',RIPTION PHARMACY 900 CORSICANA HIGHWAY I 1 ATHENS, TEXAS 76751 | I PHONE 675-7069 i k.. o.., I i / NOT REMINISCENCE -- or so ago as lalakoff high's Day -in conjunction Nope, this isn't a retain- students turned out in annual homecoming iscence photo, it's just a week nostalgic 50s garb for Fifties vities. Tigerettes Whip Rivercrest Lisa Hughes sparked the Tigerettes to a 65-41 win over Rivercrest Pantherettes Saturday in Commerce. A return engagement is scheduled for Friday night. The Pantherettes were the team that eliminated the Tigerettes last year in regional playoffs. The 26 points she scored was misleading because she dominated that end so much. Her quarterbacking ability Payne Springs Fire Meeting Friday, Nov. 21, the Payne Springs Volunteer Fire De- partment will hold its third meeting at the Payne Springs Community Center. Richard J. Heinrich, assistant chief, will conduct the meeting, and fire fighters will hopefully get in their first training session. All men who have signed up as volunteers are urged to attend this meeting. The Auxiliary Fire Department will be organized and final plans made for some fund raising benefits. Mrs. Ann Butner was busy this weekend distributing leaflets in some of the area additions notifying residents of the coming meeting. Fire Chief Mike Irvin took the fire truck out on a trial run last Saturday and discovered one thing -- the sirens work great. The truck will need more hose however. In addition to serving Payne Springs, the fire truck will be serving residents in nearby additions where addi- tional hose will be needed to get to the water since many lots do not have vehicle access to the waterfront. Donations for needed extra equipment have been pouring in, but more is needed. Everyone in this area owning valuable property should be Youth Revival Set Nov. 21-23 At Lakeside Baptist The Lakeside Baptist Mission will hold a youth led revival, Nov. 21-23. Evan- gelist will be Rev. Johnny Glidwell, youth director of the South Park Baptist Church in Fort Worth. Services will be held at 7:30 Friday and Saturday nights, Sunday morning worship at 10:45 and Sunday evening worship at 6:30 p.m. The Curry Family of Jacksonville will bring the special music during the Sunday evening worship. services. Lakeside Baptist Mission is located five miles north of Trinidad on highway 274. Everyone is invited to come and bring a friend. with festi- dominated the game. Cindy Dax#son scored 25 points. The dominant figure besides Lisa was Mary Nell Barren. She completely dominated one end of play. Tigerettes were playing Tuesday night after the Malakoff News deadline against Teague at Teague. Teague won their district last year. The Tigerettes open their home schedule Friday playing Rivercrest again at 7 p.m. at the High School gym. A junior high game is set to be played beforehand, concerned enough to con- tribute. The Payne Springs Vol- unteer Fire Department is putting forth a great effort to provide good fire protection and ask that local residents beginning at 5 p.m. help with time and donations. I Illl Donations willbeacceptedat At Kirby's the fire station in the Community Center, Friday, Nov. 21 between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. or send a check to Louise Leister, Treasurer, Payne Springs Volunteer Fire Department, 215 Wood- canyon Place, Mabank, Texas 75147. Sincere volunteers are needed and if you can help in anyway at all you are invited to come to the meeting and sign up. JR HIGH from page one students without putting too much pressure on school facilities at the school. The Junior High was built originally with the intention of moving the sixth grade out of the elementary school, but the switch was delayed because of a large enrollment in prior years. Homer Ray Trimble, only black member of the school board, posed the question of why no black students are cheerleaders or majorettes. Duncan said the biggest problem last year was that none ran for the positions, which are filled by a popular vote of the student body. The trustees discussed Atorney General Hill's ruling on school fees, but delayed any action on setting guide- lines for Malakoff pending a report from the superinten- dent showing exactly what fees are being charged. Some districts are ignoring the ruling and others are making retroactive payments back to parents of fees collected, it was noted. The seventh grade has 93 students and the eighth grade has 82, for a total of 175, Duncan said. They are taught by the equivalent of 91/2 teachers, he said, explaining that a number of teachers share time between the junior high and the high school. Watch For GRAND Nov. 20, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 5 i ii Buy For Christmas Now All Prints In Stock 1/2 Price 87*8845 Be A Blood ii I011 W. 5th Ave. Corsicul l I i Donor Saturday APPLIANCE CENTER 112 N. Teny Is Now Open For Business. 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