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The Clarendon Press, December 13, Page 6 Memphis knocks o!! Clarendon The Memphis Cyclones came to town Tuesday night and swept P h scorer for Memphis was Mickie Henderson with 19 a three-game series from Clarendon High School. The Clarendon pohlts boys 'B' team dropped a 40-34 decision, the Varsity Bronchettes lost 52-47 and the Bronchos lostby a 61-44 count. High scorer for the junior varsity was Steve King with 10 points. Other scorers.for the 'B' team were Gary Jack and Mike Newhouge with eight p6ints each, Lynn Floyd with four points and Alan Hamilton and Eddy Eads with two points each. The Bronchettes surrendered an early six-point lead to trail 31-26 at half, but then closed the gap to one point at 32-33 in the third quarter. The Cyclonettes then ran off 12 straight points to put the game more or less out of reach. Pare Mooring ended the game with a shot from around the midcourt stripe, and made it. The game was marred by Tallene Littlefield's first quarter knee injury. She was lost for the rest of the game, but should be ready for the next one. High scorer for the Bronchettes was Pearly Butler with 20 points. Other scorers for Clarendon were Camille Mann with 13 points, Pam Mooring with 8 points and Donna Gardner with 6 a fall!" mean a and Icy sidewalks can fall serious injury to a passerby or shopper. It can also mean a liability suit for many thousands of dollars. Liability can be your greatest financial fish - you can be properly protected with insurance from RPP WALT KNORPP PH. 874-3521 ' The Breeches also lost a first quarter Ibad to Memphis. The Cyclones, trailing 12-10 at the end of the first quarter, came roaring back with 20 points to lead 30-22 at the half. The Broncs closed the score to four points at 34-30 in the third quarter, but Memphis poured it on to take a 48-30 lead partway through the last period and coasted on in. High scorer for the Broncs were Danny Monroe with 14 points, Randy Croslin scored 10 points, Kenneth King had 8 points, Kenneth Reese scored 6 points, Scott Hamilton had 4 points and David Lewis had 2 points. Ronnie Browning led Memphis with 19 points. Clarendon's next game is December 18 at Claude. CC girls open season The Clarendon College BuUdogettes opened their first basketball season in several years Monday night at Big Spring. The opener was encouraging for Coach Susan Addy and Clarendon College fans as the experienced team from Howard County defeated the ladies from Clarendon College by only nine points, 41-32. Playing a group of inexperienced but enthused girls, the Bulldogettes played the game using all eight girls on this year's young team. "Defense was great," was Miss Addy's remark as she described her girl's efforts. For a group of young people playing their first game, the defense was much better than one would expect and shows the Bulldogettes have a promising future. Cheryl Evans led the Bulldogettes in scoring with 8 points. The ladies open their home season tonight (Dec. 13) at 5:30 against West Texas State University. All fans are urged to attend. Admission will entitle ticket holders to attend the following game at 7:30 between the Bulldogs and Odessa College. CC Semester nears end The Fall semester at Clarendon College enters into its last week with final exams starting Wednesday, December 19 and ending December 21. The exam schedule for night students will be on the night of the regularly scheduled class during the week of December 17 through 21. Students will be leaving Clarendon at the conclusion of the exam schedule for a long Christmas vacation. Registration for the Spring semester will be January 15 With classes starting on January 16. Finals for all MWF 8:00 classes will be from 8:00-9:30 and all MWF classes scheduled at 10:00 will have tests between 9:30 ' and 11:00. All 1:00 MWF classes will be tested from 11:00 to 12:30. All MWF 3:00 classes will take tests between 1:00 and 2:30. Thursday all classes will run as scheduled, 8:00 a.m. through 3:30 p.m. On Friday, for all MWF 9:00 classes will be held 8:00-9:30, all 11:30 MWF classes will have finals from 9:30-11:00 and all 2:00 MWF classes will be tested from 11:00 to 12:30. Make-up tests will be scheduled from 1:00 to 2:30. 'J 0 O 0 O o o 0 o Make it a Motorola Christmas... "ALL THROUOH THE HOUSE" $389.95 17" Decorator PedestalModel with w/t base included ode/ WP4602KP Quasar ll It 2,3 diafon., CREDENZA COLOR TV $529 Matrix Bright Picture Tube, Insta-Matic Color Tuning, solid state chassis (except 4 tubes), Instant Picture and Sound Mode/ WLI8OO8KP Mediterranean Credenza We Give H&S Stamps I w/t Phone 874-3823 Clarendon, Texas | Editor's Quote Book The mind grows narrow in proportion as the soul grows corrupt. --lean ]acques Rousseau Tasty -Topic Blade Steaks beef blade steaks, cut to A inch thick I cup bottled barbecue saute Place steaks in flat pan or plastic bag. Pour barbecue sauce over steaks, turning to coat all sides. Marinate in re- frigerator 4 hours or over- night, turning after 2 hours. Place steaks on grill or on rack in broiler pan 4 to 5 inches from heat. Broil at moderate temperature for 7 to I0 minutes on each side, depending on degree of done- ness desired (rare or medi- um). Brush with Barbecue sauce before and after turning. 4 to 6 servings. School Menu Dee. 17 - 20 Monday School boy sandwich on bun Lettuce & Tomatoes French fries Chocolate cake Milk ' Tuesday Baked fish with tarter sauce Buttered potatoes Blackeyed peas Batter bread-butter Syrup Milk Wednesday Beef stew with vegetables Cole slaw Harvard beets Cornbread Cookies Milk Thursday Chipo pie with cheese Tossed green salad Buttered corn Plain jello Milk Prldxy Christmas Holidays Proposed Amtrak route j CON SUME RS C A N A DA CORNER 2o SEATTLE Sandpolnt G rltl'L- Pl HIVrl Wllllsfon GrIM Fottl eo,-, uot stc,  Saving is positive e,,',,,,. Some individuals confuse SAN Elko lnta Birba LOS ANGELES SAN DIEOOI Falls AuXin / ing money with scrimping and ing without. But saving is a positive act leads to desired goals - it is not negative act of self-denial. To save, one must plan. how much you can or.need save each week or month and yourself after you have the amount allocated for Many persons find payroll tions or other planned programs make it easier for to save systematically. Money saved can bring happiness and peace of Every family or individual face emergency Situations at time. Savings can ease the of worry and confusion. Saving provides a cash that will allow persons to take vantage of sales and to pay for large items, thereby ating finance charges. Commissioners meet New & Used mB00e!inLre00dle00Y00tCi!:tp!hC!Umcdlm00S00teei00ie:nb/CpieartSntimStgi00o:,::::::  M0t0r cycles met with commissioners, and explained a county sewer plap for Donley County. The plan makes provisions for future growth of the county. The commissioners voted to close the Courthouse on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday., Dec. 24-26, in observance of All Sizes 8,. Models Christmas. Christmas issue Cheaper than Amarillo Prices The Clarendon Press Christmas Greeting edition will be published soon, and merchants wanting greeting advertisements are urged to contact The Press during the next week. Sales personnel will be around during the next week. hut in case you're missed, call The Press at 874-3641 and a salesman will visit you. Many special features are planned for the big Christmas edition. Contact BLACKIE JOHNSON Thinking of a Christmas Gift? Look no further. CLARENDON WHOLESALE SUPPLY Can Make Your Christmas One To Remember. Craig 8-Track Cartridge Player with AM.FM.FMAFC and FM Stereo and Phone. .e0,,,9, $ This player may be purchased with this ad for only 15628 I i:tdhTn: t:d ge :dnPhpe a ke r s Channel Master 8-Track Portable Motorola 8-Track Cartridge - "-Uartridge Player. Player for the Car Combination 120 Volt Power or Battery Power Supply. Stereo with separate speakers. $ ""'"" $62 50 This player may be purchased with this ad for 8-Track Stereo Tapes This player may be purchased Reg. $6.98 & $7.98 with this ad for only $45. .ow $3.98 w't"t.i.a. | U-Haul Toys for the Kids at very reasonable prices. Come by and see us .... the coffee is free. Clarendon Wholesale Supply Hwy. 287 East Clarendon, Texas Across from Chamberlain Motor Company .,