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6A--1"ae MalakMi News, Thursday, Dec. I0, 1981 e . By CHIP SOUZA copped championship gold here The Ladycats were led by ConnieNamed to the Girl's All Tournament The boys final saw Calvert down TRINIDAD -- The Cross Roads Saturday night in the finals of the McKlnnerney and Dana Hughes asthey Team was Katrina Henry and Pat tourney host Trinidad 56-26 behind Ladycats and the Calvert Trojans Trinidad InvitationaITournament. trounced Calvert's TroJanettes 56,34. Smith of Calvert, Connie McKinnerney Donald Wells' 22 points and Rex Scott's and Robin Chandler of Cross Roads and 15. Louise Hornbuckle and Vicki Bell of Trinidad. ' LITTLt LITTLE TRANSFER & STORAGE a|ent for Mqflower ESTIMATES WITHOUT OBLIGATION. 31 Corsicana, Texas Repr+,cessing nuclear fuel saves energy... let quit ti g' was n it. Reproccssmg ah+minum cans reduces u'asw problem.~ and als,, u~ves em'~.~,y. So would rcpr,,cc.~sing nuclear fuel. We Americans have a well-earned reputation tilt finish- ing whatever we begin. But today therc~ unfinished busi- ness delaying uur progress t()witrd energy independence: We dor'l't yut have a Ir,|ti(~ll;l[ policy fi~r reprocessing nu- clear fuel and st{~ring nuclear waste. When the used tUcl IS removed from nuclear power plants, less than three percent of the vo[unle iS waste, The remainder makes substantial amtmnts of (uel available fi~r ftlttlre list, a|Icr the wastes are rc|11t)v+++d it-+ il reprocessing phmt. A large commercial reprocessmg plant has been successlully uperating m France since 1976. In America this same procc~,s can help t,s extend ~mr supplies and ease the pr,blems ,f waste disposal by making it possible to ,,tt,re cmly the wastes. We know how to reprocess the tucl and how tu store wastes sately. When to start reprocessing, and where to store the wastcs, arc dct;isit)l/s tile Federal Government is responsible tim And they still haven't been made. At y~,ur electric cutnpany, we believe the decisions shbukl be made. And we believe that the users of the reprocesslng and st~,rage i"acflmes Should bear their ex- pense. Wc also believe therek an urgent need to make det isions n.w ...... s~ that we can ohm tor the hiture, and you can [* assured ot ii dependable supply c+t electricity at +l reilstlllaNc cost, I'EXAS I )WER & LI(;HI" C()MPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility McKinnerney bucketed 16 points from the inside, while Hughes tallied 13 from the outside. Cross Roads pint-slse floor leader, 12ms Harten, riddled the Calvert defense with precision passes that led to numerous uncontest lay-ups. But the key to the lopsided win was the tenacious zone press the Ladycats tossed at the TroJanettes early in the fourth period. Cross Roads denied Calvert a single point the last 5:45 of the contest while turning a 38-34 lead into rout. Calvert used the inside play of Pat Smith in the early going to stay close to the Ladycats. The game rocked back and forth with Calvert holding a slim 21- 20 edge at the bail Cross Roads took the lead for good, 28-27 on a 12-footer from Becky Henry. The Ladycats proceeded to run off a 10- 0 streak to extend their lead to 3627 with 1: 03 left in the third period. Calvert battled back midway through the fourth period to close the gap to 38- 34. But at this point the Cross Roads defense took over and choked the TroJanette threat. Hughes' back door bucket, on a pass from Harton, slammed Ca]vert's front door and the Ladyoats went on to post the 56-34 final and keep their record clean at 7-0 Just coil: Ask for tope number: D-1 Toothl]che D-2 Baby Teeth D-3 Wisdom Teeth D-4 Abscessed Teeth D-5 Gum Problems D-6 Fixed Bridges and Partial Dentures to Replace Missing Teeth D-7 Dental Insurance and Payment Plans D-8 Orthodontics -- What Are The Benefits? D-9 Cold Sores and Canker Sore., D-10 Preventive Dentistry -- What Can I Do? Komp neo, yow tdephone for handy refe.mcet Presented courtesy of: Bobby C. Battles, D.D.S. 31GA LIndNy Lane Athens, TX 675.510! Trojans with 0ne-fourth of quarter offense as he sent s 33-footer through the nylonS halftime buzzer sounded with on top 20-I1. Neither team was in the scoring mood Calvert continued to find in the opening stanza. Trinidad's Brad after the intermission, Boys All Tournament Team mem- Elsom and Wells provided both teams Trinidad 16-5 to take a 36-16 hers honored during the awards preach- with all their points as Calvert took a 4-3 into the final period. lead. tation following the final game were The fourth period was Donald Wells and Rex Scott of Calvert, Calvert's cold shooting thawed in the replica of the other three. Robert Holbert of Ferris, Dannysecond stanza behind the inside play of Trinidad shots Hughes of Cross Roads and Brad Elsom Wells and Scott. Trinidad's Kyle Floyd rim as Calvert took the and Jimmy Carter of Trinidad. thrilled the fans while providing the away 56-26. FIRST PLACE WINNERS in the girl's bracket of the Trinidad Invitational Tournament Saturday were the Bobcats. Pictured left to right, front row, Is Connie McKiuuerney, Lana Harton, Robin Chandler, Dana Barnett. Back row is Coach Colin Curtis, Renee Leopard, Shells Giles, Sandy Shook, Becky Henry, Barbie Proper, and Pydi Holmes. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) Cro~: ;5 :~ :+~;i~ i/:,: ,~_. Over 100 area ladies were treated to a fashion show Thursday, Dec. 3 at "Muq,q 's" in Athens' Holida Inn. The show was hosted Martha McManus of Donnell's Fashigns. Twenty-four fashions from such famous desiqners as Victor Costa, Adolph Shuman for Lilli Ann, Miss Ellutte and Hal Freman, iust to mention a few, were modeled Doroth Eaton, Peq,q Fulton, Charlene Kennedy, Fa e Kinabrew, Yvonne Pipkin and Lou Sutton. The fashion show was narrated Martha McManus who aptl described fashions from the Victor Costa cruise collection to eveninq wear. Beautiful floral decorations Athens Floral & Gift Center hi qhli hted the room. The ,quest book was attended Ann Peniod and Lola Barkle . The refreshment table was attended Lila Rehkop & Lola Barkle . Music for the afternoon was Pats Thompson. THIRD PLACE WINNERS in the Trinidad Tournament Saturday night were the Cross Roads Bobcats. Team lured, front row (i to r) are Scott Newman, Danny Hughes, Dewaine Cain, Tony Pryor, and Joey Bell. Back Tom Drisklll, Jeff Tunneli, Jerry Logan, Russell Giles, Myron Green, Steve Allen and Z~be James. (Staff Rouusavall) O e By CHIPSOUZA strong finish as they captured con- Tlgers53-RuskS~ CAYUGA--The Malakoff Tigers solation honors in the Cayuga Booster The Tigers, facing stumbled early but came back with a Club tournament held December 3-5. foe Rusk in the opener, - plosive offense to take size~ I ~+ar~ lk thrughut the cntest' iRussell Tarver topped Lhel Ov e r 15 o dres s e s in s to ck point mark in the open ng q the Tigers led 19-12. ., at The lead was widened to half. But Gerron Session Foreman went scoring crs~ off second half. The Eagles out s Tigers 35-20 to take the contesl 4 groups o/sportswear, pants Ttgers,.Elkhart" fought back and forth the ent and sweaters Facing elimination, bOt! Elkhart had leads of as me 1//3 off points several times, only to Tigers fight galliantly back. The second half was ' The Blair Show" as the talented.&! blistered the nylons for 29 pm~ Blair and Jerryl Jackson and 7 points respectively inI stanza as the Tigers ecked oU win. llllll t / Tigers 56-Kerens 44 11 i A torrid fourth period Blair and Jackson, past their Trinity Kerens matched the for bucket for three Blair-Jackson duo e fourth quarter points as the the contest going away, 56-44. COMPOSIT TOURNEY BOX a Refrioerators R. Bilir 25 9 Freezers ,.,.- - ' , Je. Jackson 12 6 1 Washers c.,~ , 0 J. Mctain ' 7 2 Dryers . Lawn Boy Mowers ,.,",-, ' ' ', T. Thomas I I Televisions * Small Appliances "'ac~ o o ', C. Clements 0 0 ~ Air Conditioners . Osculating Fahs ~,',~ .l ,+ .I , TOTALS 81 17 "Come l,y and See us l, efore yo. i, uy " ,MIK!+IIOWAN Terms 214 N. Terry ou eopen" g the practice Available 489-1506 Malakcff Hou,- S00 S. Polesflne lllllllll