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10A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dec. 10, 1981 By BOB RUNYON TRINIDAD -- It's an old story. The big basketball team from the city goes down to the little-blty school somewhere in the sticks and the little team plays like the Celtics, thus mashing the visitors and sending them home with tails tucked between legs. It's no new thing that teams like Snook, LaPoynor, West Lamar and Trenton take on the best of the rest every season and come out on top. And the old excuse is that "well, they get to workout all year long." There is a large faction that feel that schools that do not play any other sport do have a distinct advantage on the schools that participate in football. Recently, one of the proponents of the to the state tournament from Region II, 16 districts. faction was able to get the University III and IV. There has not been a football Each conference would play to a state Interscholastic League's Legislative school to win a state tournament in five basketball championship. Council to put a proposal before all years. Our contention was that the The schools that play football are Class A schools that would split the coaching and athletes were not that taking notice and hope for the passage conference into two groups, much better in those 110 schools." of the issue. But the schools that play One group would be composed ofElsom said that the one factor that only basketball aren't so sure about the schools that play football andkept showing up was that schools that proposal. basketball, while the other group would participate in football did not do as well "We don't know all the implications be made of schools that playedin basketball, of it, yet," Walter Williams, superin- basketball only. "Which is logical, because you can't tendent of LaPoynor Schools, said. "We did quite a bit of research," spend all Fall sharpening your skills. "But we feel like there might be some Trinidad Superintendent R.D. Elsom, The individual schools are better if problems." author of the proposal, said. "There are you've been working since the begin- Travel, Williams said, was a the 212 Class A schools that play football in ning of school," he said. bottom of the matter. addition to basketball, and there are 110 The new proposal, recently passed by "From our point of view, we have to schools that play basketball only. the council and due to be voted on in wonder how far we would have to go to "In the past five years, there has 1963, would divide the conference into a play some games if we did not play been only one Class A team to make it group with 32 distrlcts and a group with schools that also played football. " LaPoynor's problems would arise when district play became a concern, according to a knowledgeable source. They would be able to play anyone in non-distrioct games. Still, the Flyers and Flyerettes would be in a loop that contained teams like Martins Mill, Neches and Slocum. Other than those teams, there are few close enough to play. Bonnie Northcutt, UIL Assitant Athletic Director, said the proposal would contain a provision for schools that would have travel problems. "The provision could place a school that had an excessive amount of travel in a district with schools that played football," she said. Don McKinnerney, Superintendent of Cross Roads Schools, backs proposal. His school Just football as part of the already the difference "When we used to play exclusively, we would be when they season got here. us three months to get takes at least six weeks to can compete with them that don't play basketball)." Elsom added that there string of schools that problem, but those Rio Grande Valley. "I really don't know pass or not," Elsom wanted was the opportunity Class A schools to vote on it. TIGER COACH WILLIE WILSON used a little strategy when the team met Elkhart last week. Wilson was giving his players some pointers during a time out. (Staff Photo by Lori Calinway ) O O O O Calico and grosgrain, satin and throughout the state advertising special velvet...old-fashioned candy sticks in discounts for the day. glass jars...crochet and crockery...ail Following a mini-concert by the against a background of straw bales Kerens High School Band at 3:30, the and a pot-bellied stove. All this and sponsors of the event, the Kerens more will be available for browsing and Chamber of Commerce, will close the buying at the Country Store Gift Shop in day with a drawing. ~hances for the drawing will be exchanged for Kerens, December 12 from 10 a.m. to 5 donations of 50* throughout the day. p.m. The Country Store, put together Just some of the items to be given away especially for the Christmas Time in are: something from the Trunk Line, Kerens Celebration and Bazaar, is just dinners to K-Bob's Steak House, one of the many booths scheduled to dinners to Manuels and Catfish King turn Kerons into a holiday hayday. (all of Corsicana), a landscape wall The Bazaar promises to be a gift- hanging, a Mattel Electronic football givers mecca. Forty booths are game, a Ziggy doll and doll t-shirt and scheduled, including such items as many other items. hand-knitted sweaters and afghans, The Kerens Chamber of Commerce ceramics, wooden toys, dolls of all invites neighboring community kings (some are life-size), wood crafts, residents to come to Kerens and finish framed butterflies and all kinds of up that Christmas shopping...or just en- Christmas decorations, joy the sights, sounds and smells of Christmas Time in Kerens. The brick-lined streets will be Closed for easy access to the gaily decorated=---s~nr"d~_nunz stores. Christmas caroling will be going on throughout the day. Santa will arrive By Curt Scarborough,Ph.D. on the fire truck at 11: 30 with candy for Used by permission: all rights reserved the little ones (he will also be available by DATE, St. Louis, Me. for pictures). There will be two Question-Whichprescriptiondrug marioneete presentations of Peter Pan is associated with the most fatalities? at I and 2:30 and holiday food items will a) Valium (diazepam) be available all day long. b) Dalmore (flurazepam) Other special items include a Christ- c) Darvon (d-propoxyphene) mas Music presentation by the Kerens d) Placidyl (ethchlorvynol) Garden and Pioneer Library Club at Answer - A recent study by the 11:00 and a chili dinner to be sold during National Institute on Drug Abuse shows the lunch hour. that Darvon continues to be reported Local merchants will be offering more often in drug-related deaths than any other prescription drug. This holiday specials. The Trunk Line,~ manufacturers of brass trunks and ac-~ analysis is based on deaths involving Darvon used alone or in combination cessories, has sent out flyers with other drugs and alcohol. Hobert Harcrow 51, passed away suddenly Thanksgiving day, November 26, 1981 of a heart attack. Mr. Harcrow was retired from the Navy and for the last several years was employed by Solar div. of Caterpillar Tractor, he had lived in Irving for 13 years. ' A Military Service was held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Chism-Smith Funeral Chapel, Chaplin Gerald W. Cox of- ficiated. Burial was at 2 p.m. at Payne Cemetery between Eustace and Malakoff. Mr. Harcrow was in the process of moving his family to Log Cabin Estates at the time of his death. Survivers include his wife Barbara Harcrow, two daughters, Cynthia Har- crow, Tisha Harcrow of Irving, three sons, Kenneth and Ronald of Irving and Leland of San Diego California. One brother, able Harcrow of Fort Worth, five sisters, Jewel Harcrow of Dallas, Jeneiva Reese of Ft. Worth, Laura Ingals of Caddo Mills, Bessie Chadwick of Ft. Worth and Nell Anderson of Ft. Worth. Darvon is labeled for the relief of mild to moderate pain. An estimated 30 million prescriptions for the drug are filled annually. Correct answer - c. Question - What percentage of heroine addicts also are alcoholics? a) None b) 1;% c) 30% d) 50% Answer - Nearly half of all heroin ad- dicts are alcoholics or have drinking patterns which point to alcoholism, says a study released by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. According to the study, "Unstable adult lifestyles were evidenced by the fact that 47~ of the alcohol-involved addicts reported illegal income sources and M% had spent time in Jail." The study also reports that 36% of the alcohol-involved heroin addicts had contemplated suicide and that 20% ac. tually attempted to take their own lives. Correct answer- d. Ib )~a Iww a qtmtm w a onmat met #,pl Wd~ TM[ if,p, Ak~ ll~=ti [dmt~, Inc., 6?78 Gmondllo Avo., ~ Tom 75213. Xmas decorations, cards, wrapping material Flannel robes (womens) $8,95 .... Fuzzy slippers $4,9845.95 Misses cardigan sweaters $10.95 & $13.95 .... 40-46 $12.95 Mens Flannel western shirts $10.95 ....... . Misses $10.95 t Mens Flannel Pajamas $9.95 ......... Corduroy caps $4.98 | S.& H Green Stamps Lay-Awa) Malakoff Post Oak Cemetery Donations Turiington Reunion $11.00 Mr. & Mrs. Earl Beard $5.00 Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Turlington $10.00 Mr. & Mrs. Grady Lewis, Jr. $10.,00 Mr. & Mrs. R.A. Sims $10.00 Mr. Malcolm E. Kinsey $15.00 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Turlington $10.00 Mr. & Mrs. J.M. McEntire $10.00 Mrs. Sudie Alexander $10.00 VIr. & Mrs. M.C. Turlington $10.00 Mrs. Bobble T. Combs $10.00 In memory of James Turlington Mr. & Mrs. Colonel Turlington $20.00 Mr. & Mrs. Dale & Jackie Cook $10.00 Mrs. Lena Mac Springer $5.00 Mrs. Nillie Harton $10.00 Mr. & Mrs. Cullen Allen $20.00 Mr. & Mrs. C.W. Harton $10:00 In memory of James Turlington Mr. & Mrs. W.C. Matthews, Jr. $20.00 Mr. & Mrs. W.C. Matthews, Sr. $10.00 Mr. Paul Powers $2.00 Mr. Autie Payne $7.00 Mr. & Mrs. Taylor Davis $I0.00 Mrs. O.A. Price $20.00 Mrs. B.R. (Sue) Barnett $15.00 Mr. Howell Spicer $I0.00 Mr. & Mrs. Jack Allen $10.00 In memory of James Turlington Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Davis $7,00 Mrs. aline adam $25.00 In memory of Nora and Willie Jenkins Mickel Odom $10.00 In memory of Nora and Willie Jenkins Mr. & Mrs. Frank Cliver $10.00 Mrs. James C. Turlington$25.00 Mrs. Edna E. Kelley $10.00 In memory of Thomas & Mr. & Mrs. Jenkins Mr. & Mrs. U.L. Lewis $10.00 Mr. & Mrs. Willard McEntire $25.00 Mr. & Mrs. Elmer D. Pierce $25.00 in memory of Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert & Bro. Roy Jenkins Mrs. Hilda Jo Anding $25.00 Mr. & Mrs. Ronnie lugram $20.00 Mr. & Mrs. Lelan Williams $15.00 Mr. & Mrs. J.B. Gilmore $10.00 Mr. & Mrs. J.L. Lewis $10.00 Mr, Arthur Gunnels $I0.00 Mr. & Mrs. H.C. Moore $20.00 Mr. & Mrs. Davis Royall Harton $5.00 Mrs. Dalton Duncan $10.00 Mrs. Eula Thornton $20.00 Mrs. Ted Thornton $15.00 Mr. & Mrs. Robbie Lee Davis $20.00 Mrs. Gedyce McFee Roberds $20,00 Mr. & Mrs, J.W. Jenkins $10.00 In memory of Nora & Willie Jenkins Mr. & Mrs. Graver Sims $2.00 Willie & Catherine Sims $50.00 Mrs. Louise Heidelberg $I0;00 Mrs. Lynda ThomPson $5.00 In memory of Horace D. Carter Mrs. Billy W. Thomas $10.00 In memory of Kermit Hayes Mrs. Doris Ferguson Hury $20.00 In memory of Hubert Ferguson Mary L. Williams & Grace Fenner $15.00 In memory of Benjamin T. Lewis & wife Magie Mrs. Dorothy E. Berry Sloane $25.00 Mrs. Frances L. Bay $6.00 Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Turlington $10.00 In memory of James Turlington Mr. & Mrs. W.O. Green $10.00 Mrs. Viola Beck $5.00 Mr. & Mrs. C.R. Prewitt $10.00 Mrs. G.W. & Conrad Wayne Malcolm $25.00 Mrs. Dana (O.A.) Carter $50.00 Vietnam Era veterans have 10 years from their date of discharge, or until Dec. 31, 1969, to use their GI Bill education benefits. Malakoff By BENNY ROGERS comeback with three unanswered and went to the line and CAYUGA -- Successfully completing buckets to knot the score at 26-25 with pair of free throws with a week's worth of productivity that 5:011eftinthethirdstanza. Forty-three seconds later, began with an upset win over Undaunted, Washington answered for Tigerettes lulled Kerensto previously undefeated Athens, the the Lady 'Cats with a 10-foot set shot to its perimeter Malakoff Tigerettes overcame a six give Kerens back its lead. Coleman a six-footer to give the point haiftime deficit here Saturday answered in her own way, taking a pass 30 advantage. night to edge Kerens' Lady Bobcats, 39- from Rogers on a three-on-one break to Following a Tigerette 36, in the championship game of the redeadiock the situation. After another nover, Washington nailed a Cayuga Invitational Tournament.Bradford bomb, which gave Kerens the off the glass to pull KerenS Although the Tigerettes, who go to 5-3 lead again, Rogers knocked home a two, 34-32, with 4:44 with the win, will be credited with the jumper from the free throw line with Coleman once again was win, two games were actually played. 1:43 left in the quarter, went to the line for another Kerens won the first, 26-20, behind the The remainder of the quarter was situation. long range bombs of Marilyn Bradford. scoreless as the Lady Bobcats, who Making the front end, The Tigerettes won the second and managed only four quarter points, Malakoff on top, 35-32. the one that counted using Jackie continued to slump from the floor and the bonus, but Davis Coleman and Marilyn Davis' combined the Tigerettes began half the hall, rebound away from 35 points, the defensive play of Mandy wanting one final shot. The Tigerettes Washington and went back Rogers and Jay Jay Mullins, thefailed in their last shot effort, but they shot heard around the rebounding of Brenda Hoyt and adid lay the groundwork for what was to nasium. Davis' effort change of offensive tactics as the fourth come. Malakoff lead to 37-32 quarter began. The Tigerettes quickly made Kerens Rattled by the Davis basket, The Lady 'Cats built to the six point and the near capacity crowd aware of 'Cats turned the bali over on haiftime cushion after making their their fourth quarter intentions as bounds pass and Coleman own change of offensive strategy. Killingsworth,Rogers, Hoyt stationed the miscue into a six.foot Leading only by two, 20-18, Kerens themselves a good 25 to 30 feet away extendthe lead to seven employed an offense with more from the bucket, while Coleman and toga. movement. The flowing motion allowed Davis positioned near the free throw Although Kerens made Bradford and Shesheko Washington to line. At this point Malakoff began two Malakoff turnovers in free themselves in the middle of the playing keep away, with a seconds, they were never lane and hit easy six foot jumpers. Killingsworth pass to Rogers, a Rogers overcome Davis' shot off the Coleman, leading scorer for thepass to Hoyt, and back around in a and the Tigers preserved Tigerettes with 19 points, and Davis, reversable route, as Tigerette boss Jack scorer of 16 tallies, combined to open Malakoff's patience paid off asseconds after the final the the second half and Malakoff's Coleman drew a foul from Deanna West clock ran out and we' on CROSS ROADS--Eight schools are vitational Basketball Tournament. scheduled to compete here this The tournament begins a three day weekend in the Cross Roads In- run today (Thursday) and continues JERRYL JACKSON was up for 'the shoot for the Malakoff Tigers when this Malakoff Insurance Agency photographer stopped the action. (8taft Photo by Lori Callaway) Secretary of the Treasury Donald Regan has called U. S. Savings Bonds a way to "help your country and your fellow citizens to a better future." . Life . Homo . Bonds ,A, Auto .Commercial Now raprosonUnll American Ufs and Accidental Insurance Co. Modicara Supplement Policy 489-0512 JERRY GARRISON through Saturday night': Set for 6 and 7:30 p.m. derway this morning at 10 Friday at 10 and Saturday Entered in the meet and girls brackets are Martins Mill, Mildred, Kerens, Trinidad, Malakoff's jayvees. The Martins Mill and opened the tourney followed by the boys Kerens (boys and girls), Wortham (boys and Cross Roads teams a! Malakoff The tournament is that reaped success in week. Cross Roads' finished first and second tournament, while second and third in the boys divisions. The Kerens played well as the Lady finished second to the the Bobcats reached the finals. Admission for the for adults and $1 for public is encouraged as exciting roundball ticipated. OUT WITH THE OLD and M new was the order of the dlY' new scoreboard for Tlgm The board was purchased fort of the Malakoff Citizens State Bank. (Staff Lorl Calinway)