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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 12 June 1975

i ' - IWWWkWN* ! mm0m i NEWS ULATION SIK V|C I couH COUNTY COM Ml! If VOLUME 84, NUMBER 24 % ^astrnp Colmty (•limes ISt SERVING SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1975 Commissioners Approve Deputy * Bastrop County Com- voted to permit sheriff inal photographer, as the missioners Court met in re- Jib'roy Nutt to hire Mike county 's second reserve deputy gular session Monday morning Simpson, a professional crim- sheriff. Bastrop City Council Permits Gas Rate Hike BASTROP - Entei Gas was, finally granted a 60 cents per bill increase during Monday night's Bastrop City Council meeting. The 3-2 vote culmi- nated a four-month battle by the council to prevent the gas com- pany from raising its base rate Sonny Brookshire Announces Candidacy Times Photo RUINED LOAD Three persons suffered minor injuries last Thursday morning when this grain truck-trailer over- turned at the "Y" in Smithvtlle, spilling grain ove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 12 June 1975

THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1975 0 Dur^ inions They're Watching There are doers and there are followers; there are organ- lters and there are joiners; there are those who can be depend- ed upon to do what they have committed themselves to do and there are those who cannot be depended upon to even show up There were fourteen young men on the roster of the American Legion baseball team representing Smithville against Crockett in the season opener last Wednesday All fourteen made the trip in an SISD bus furnished free of charge Friday night, Round Rock came here for Smithville's first home game of the season. Fortunately, Smithville coaches Phil Tovar and Bill Davison had recruited more players, as eight of the original fourteen failed to suit up for the game The Smith- ville team played the entire game with just nine players suit- ed up In the past three weeks, two kids ball games had to be forfeited for lack of show-ups This is a familiar stor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 12 June 1975

THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Burglaries Plague Bastrop County Two trailers belonging to tfessie Murphy in Elgin were the (ceae last week of two separate friraeg June5 oneofthe trail- ers was burglarised for $1,800 jrorth of goods Then several days later on Sunday, while a 13 year -old boy watched from a SSI Recipients To Be Recertified The Social Security Admin- istration is in the process of recertifying all SSI recip- ients To accomplish this task wjthin the time limit imposed, Hie Social Security represent - ative, Mr John Pace, will be conduction special recertifi- cation sessions at the Smithville City Hall on Saturday, June 14 4 28 To assist inthis task BCt'A will be providing the use of its bus to any SSI recipient needint' transportation to meet with Mr Pare Call 237-2472 for this service window from one of the trail- ers three adult males got out of a station wagon and, crow bar in hand, attempted to break into the trailer which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 12 June 1975

.HE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVIllE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1975 Mrs. Osborn Heads County ASC The Annual meeting of the with the president, Mrs. Bastrop County Chapter of the Claiborne presiding. American Cancer Society was Approximately 30 members held in the Baron Room of the and guests were present re- Citizens State Bank in Bastrop presenting the towns of Smith STAIi fAII INSURANCf INSURANCI Let Me Insure You With the . .. World's Largest Insurer of Cars and Homes State Farm now offers must drivers rates (hat are 15% LESS than rates established by the State Board of Insurance Vnd Homeowners rates that currently average 17% LESS than standard Texas homeowners rates Arthur J. Friemel 252 N. Washington I.a Grange. Texas (#>K 525H — 24?Klf 2l CAR HOMK I.IKK HKALI II B Sl\l ss State Farm Insurance Companies - Home Office: Bloommgton, Illinois Like a good neighbor, State Farm there MHMMMMMMMHHHMHMSMHHMnHi ville, Elgin, Bsstrop, Austin, San Marcos, Cedar Creek, and McDade M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 12 June 1975

m ^ i-% • ■ > • « ** Hi. , 4> THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 197b THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Mallison-Nance Wed Meridian Street United Methodist Church, Inidana polls, Indiana, was the setting for the wetldlng o( Miss Christy Anne Mallmson and Mr. David Heritage Society Garwood Nance at 4:30 p.in Saturday, May 17,1975 The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mi s.Harry Malllnsonof Indianapolis.The groom is the To Elect Officers The Snnthville Heritage Society wiil hold its regular monthly meeting Monday, June 16 at 7 30 p.m. at City Hall The Officers will be elected by nomi- nations from the floor by the .members in attendance Per sons who are interested in 'becoming members are wel- come at this and all meetings of the Society The annual mem- bership fee is only $5.00 Smitbville has a rich and proud heritage We are fifty years late in starting to preserve this heritage The Heritage Society urges every eitiKen to join in the belated /effort Just this i>ast week the Au...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 12 June 1975

PAGE 6 fHL HASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1975 Legion Nine Loses Home Opener Going into the seventh inning SrnithviJIe and Round Rock, the 0f Stewart Burns and leading by of Friday night s American Smithville team was sailing a 3-1 score.Then the roof fell in Legion baseball game between along behind the steady pitching Burns, who bad sturck out 9 Round Rockers during the first six innings, ran out of steam in the seventh Gary Miller was summoned to the mound for rescue. Since this was Miller's first time on the pitcher's rubber, it surprised no one that the rescue attempt fell short Miller gave up two walks and a hit during his stint and the visitors scored four runs in all in the inning Final score was Round Rock 5, Smithville 3. Rusty De Loach and Bill Quitta were hitting stars of the game for the local nine, while Stewart Burns was nearly un- touchable for six innings on the mound Eight players on the Smithville roster failed to show up to play ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 12 June 1975

V >■ &&&*■ %mm THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 sUi Band Director Hired By P R Smith Byron Engle, SniilhvillelSD's new Hand Director, hopes to help the Tiger Band become one Ball Park Dedication Slated Goerts ROCKNE The public is cordially invited to attend the dedication of the "Callahan Ball Park" to be held, Saturday, June 14, with ceremonies start ing at 5 p.m. The Ball Park is located adjacent to the Rockne VFW grounds The dedication is be- ing sponsored by the Rockne Community Recreation Center A Barbecue Beef Supper with ail the trimmings will be served following the dedication Plates will sell for only $2 2ri foi adults, and $1 50 for children under 12 A Cake Auction and other entertainment wiilalsot j available The Park is being named in honor of Mr and Mrs Karl Cal- lahan of Austin, donors of the land for the Park of the finest AA bands in the state. If past performance is any measure of future possibilities, there is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 12 June 1975

PAGE 8 D•( Mont* CATSUP M °Z. WESSELS SUPERETTE j\ j WESSELS SUPERETTE ON MAXWELL HOUSE" COFFEE AT WESSELS jut 89' 5 Lb. BAG 25 lbs. lb. can only... WITH THIS COUPON ONE COUPON PER FAMILY X^OFFEREXPIRES -6/14/75.-.. , INSTANT Maxuiell House COFFl 10 oz. jar NO COUPON NEEDED BLUE PLATE SPECIALS GOOD JUNE1.2,13,14 SALAD PRESSING DEL MONTE SLICED GREEN BEANS TINY FIELD PEAS with SNAPS MRS. TUCKERS SHORTENING TRELLIS WHOLE KERNEL CORN CATTLEMANS BARBECUE SAUCE ROTEL SLICED BEETS MASHED POTATOES QUART 303 300 SIZE 3 POUND CAN 303 SIZE DADS ROOT BEER PILL5BURY HUNGRY JACK 54 GALLON PRINGLES TWIN PACK TEXAS PRIDE NEW!! DERBY B EAN A CHEESE BEEF PORK TAMALES 49ceach 9 OZ 6 PACK CANS xi Superior 8 DAIRIES ^ THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Cistern News Mrs. Gertrude Pavliea Reunion The Annual Janca Reunion was held in the Parish Hall here Sunday June 1. A large crowd of relatives gathered in from many distant cities to enjoy the get together and keep the family tie kindled. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 12 June 1975

'J'A V. *VM.i**■ <■— ■■ • THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1975 THE 0ASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 9 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES FOR SALE Employment REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in stalled Free estimates. Builders Supply Co., phone 237-2402, P C Box 509, Suiittiville, Texas 78'Jil 28-tfc Monuments for all ceme- teries, a beautiful $39 95 Bible free with each pur- chase Monuments leveled and cleaned For informa- tion, no obligation, write Box 5239, Austin, Texas 9~tfr SALE! 3ALE! tx> you have to move"' Call us Bastrop Moving & Storage. Ptione#512-321 2559 after 5 P M Call 321-2425 or 237 2521 14-tfc FOR SALF Nc* and used •jutaiie systems Phone 237-2521 tfc For Sale Tappan Gas Range $65 00. Phone 237 2643 24-ltp For Sale Clothes Dryer. Portable TV, foot locker 237 2944 24 - He FOR SALE New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tfc PIPKIN GREENHOUSE SALE Thur and Fri, only. Open until 8 p.m. 45 HANGING BASKETS TO CHOOSE FROM Coleus 15c each ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 12 June 1975

PAGE 10 Church Renovation Discussed By Mrs. Arthur Goertz ROCKNE- Will Dante from the possible plans (or the interior Dame and Davis Architecture renovation of Sacred Heart firm in Austin, discussed Church, Thursday evening, June 5th. Alvin French, chairman of 1 MAINTENANCE COMMITTEE Members of Rockne's Scared Heart Parish heard a presentation on the proposed renovation of the Church by Will Dante of Dante and Davis Architects. Left to right are committee members Francis Goertt, Mrs Albert Klaus, Father Al Palmero, Architect Will Dante and Alvin Frerich. Char-Swiss Field Day Set A Char-Swiss Field Day is scheduled at the San Marcos Civic Center Saturday, June 14. The Field Day will feature an introduction of the Char-Swiss breed of cattle by C' W Adams, founder of the breed, and a talk by Dr J.N Wilthankof Texas A&M Research Center. Activities will commence at 9:30 A.M. at the Civic Center, located two miles south of San Marcos on Interstate 35. The breed will be introduced to c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 19 June 1975

■ \ June, NFWS cou n COUNTY COM MIH ULATION SERVICE VOLUME 84, NUMBER 25 % cSmty fcs SERVING SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY 15* THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1975 Smithville Wins State Bicentennial Award COMMISSION Smithville's entry in the Janey Briscoe Bicentennial Awards Program was judged April 18 and found to be the best Bicentennial Program in the rtate of Texas. This news was forwarded to Smiitmlle Bicentennial Com- mission Chairman Renee D. Blaschke in a letter dated May I from Jack L. Jones, Secre- tary Treasurer of the Beautify Te*as Council. Included in the letter were instructions that no announcements of the winning of this award be made until June 18. when the awards were to be pre- sented. Today, in Fort Worth, Renee Blaschke accepted two placques for Smithville: one for the best BCFFA Responds To Charges BICENTENNIAL LOGO Times Photo Representative ami Mrs John Wilson unfurl Smithville s Bicentennial flag at a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 19 June 1975

i PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1975 THfl li Our ^ imons Re-evaluation Many citizens of Smithville have recently received notices that th^ir property assessments have been raised by the Board of Equalization A group of such citizens appeared before C ity Coun- cil Monday night to complain of such raises and to ask Council to do something about it They were informed, and rightly so, that Coun- cil has no control over the judgements of the Board of Equalization Kqualization of property taxation is something Smithville has nettled for sometime Many homes which were built 10 to 20 years ago are carried on the tax rolls for a very small fraction of w hat they would bring on the market today , while the newer homes, built within the past 10 years, are evaluated at or near their full value Smithville s School Board realizes the need for re-evaluation of property within the school district, but for the tune being has put the project aside for la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 19 June 1975

lugim THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Students Honored At Annual Band Banquet Smithville's Tiger Band cap- ped its year's activities at a steak banquet at the Cottonwood Inn at LaGrange last week Award winners forthe 1974-75 year and officers for 1975-76 were announced by Band Dlr; ector Donald Swaim Two John Phillip Sousa Awards were presented to out- standing band students this year, one to a boy and one to a girl Recipients of the awards were Lloyd Curry and Judy Massey. Tbe Arion Award, given to the student who has contributed the most throughout the year to the band organization, was pre- sented t'o Stephen Seidel, who served as President this year and devoted many hours to the As Your CCSees It Mancwet Mick lAAAWVWVVNAAArfVVVNAAWVNAAjVWWWeWAArVVVVV NEW PRESIDENT Kenneth Blaschke "Just a few words to say Thank You for your airport." That was tbe way a letter from Raymond E Elsslerof Beeville written to the Smithville Chamber of Commerce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 19 June 1975

PME 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1975 VFW Makes Plans For Annual Barbeque Members of the VFW Post aixl Auxiliary, meeting in regu- lar business sessions, elected to hold their annual 4th of July Barbeque at the VFW Post Home beginning at 10:00 a m July 4th 1*75 Commander Walter Bunte and Auxiliary President Thelma Dafison cordially invite all members, friends and visitors of the Smithville area to join forces for the "ola fashioned 4th of July celebration " Keepsake There is no finer diamond ring. Or.ily the finest gt-m diamonds bear the name Keepsake Your Keepsake diamond is pcrmanenily rcgisiercd and protected igainM lovs No pressure selling at Kragh's. Buy what you want at the price you wish to pay. A name brand is the BEST value. JEWELER ! 926 Main I ; (run «100 to 110 000 Bastrop Games are planned for the children of the community, and games for the adults will also be part of the festivities Musical numbers will be part of the activity...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 19 June 1975

|MK: THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 5 Breeden,Wilson United Miss Kathy Faye Breeden, daughter of Mi and Mrs WlUiam Breeden, 603 Olive Street, Smithville, Texas be came the brideofMr Wesley Wilstn, son of Mr and Mrs Woodrow Wilson of GlddlnRs, Texas The candlelight cere- mony was held at the first Baptist Church Smithville, May 24 ftt 5 00 p.m The bride, a graduate of Smithville High School was a freshman at BlinnJr. College, The groom a graduate of Giddings High School is presently employed with Central Freight in Austin The couple will reside at 104 West Walnut Austin Texas Maid of honor was Miss Debbie Breeden of Smithville. and bridemaids were Miss Cindy Breeden of Smithville, Miss Cherry Barnett of Austin, Miss Debra Glenn of Smithville, and Mrs Susan Guedry of Smithville Best Man was Mr Kills Faske of Austin, and Groomsmen were Tyler Kyberg of Smithville, Mi Steve Beckham of Austin, Mr August Faske of Houston and Mr Buddy Preuss o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 19 June 1975

■ ' * -Va #2 PAGC 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILIE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1975 Cistern News Mrs. Gertrude Puvlica The Junior K J 7. T «20 held ^ meeting in the Parish Hall Sunday afternoon June 8, with rune members present The minutes were read and approved with no old business to discuss all the time was spent making plans for the summer It was decided to have a swim- ming party at Sulphur Park June 29 Each one must have the written consent of his parents r^rs will be pooled for the trip •and leave the church at 1:30 p.m. The mothers will have a delicious supper waiting for the tired happy and hungry bunch upon their return Wanda Faye Janecka was pre- sented an appreciation cake for her long and dutiful membership and a Junior officer for so long She accepted and modestly ex- pressed her appreciation to them for their token of appreciation to her Secretary-Pam Vinklarek Reporter-Connie Vinklarek personals Last weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Paul Wagner and Felecia, in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 19 June 1975

THURSDAY, JUN I 19, 19/5 Schmidt-fflincoe THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 7 United In Marriage Miss IX'bru DenisuSchmidt, daughter of Mr Howard Schmidt and Mrs Charlyne Schmidt of Austin, became the bride of Hiehard "Rick' For- i est Hlincoe, son of Mr arsd Mrs Aubrey Smeiser of Austin, and the late John F Hlmcoe, on May 10 at Memorial Meth<xiist Chapel in Austin A church reception followed the cere- mony. Debbie graduated from Austin Keagan High School and is em- ployed with the Texas Department of Public Safety Rick is employed with A PC In- dustries, lnc After a wedding trip to the coast, the couple is residing at 709 Lamar Place in Austin For her wedding, the bride wore a dotted swiss empire gown and a matching headpiece with an elbow-length veil She carried white daisies, yellow rosebuds and baby's brsath. Hick is thegramlsonof Mr, and Mrs Em 11 D Rentiers and the great-grandson of Mr A A. Kunkel. Rick's mother is the former Joan Reirners Honey As A Su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 19 June 1975

THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1975 WE ALL AGREE! WE FOOD-SHOP HERE FOR /V^V WIDE A >>>>>) . . . . ♦ . V v v v v ° %Save 250 WHEN YOU BUY A 1 LB. CAN of FOLGER'S COFFEE % M •ffi S: I ♦« • ♦< •as >;< % TV )♦> SPECIAL PRICE WITH THIS COUPON « >s SPECIALS FOR JUNE 19, 20, 21 89c | *>♦<* V/7 5 '/t Oal. Blue B «11 MELLORINE 59 CHECK OUR NEW OLD EL PASO MEXICAN FOOD IN STOCK DrtlRantr BARONET PEACHES "i.. 39< Swiss Mix Instant COCOA MIX 10 E n v. P k g . C Oal. Superior Les or Mellorine 59' shacks 85' POPSICLES - DREAMSICliS FUDOSICLES - REFRESHOS icy pops BLUE BELL 18 count 79' ALLENS DRY 300 CANS blackeye peas 5 - m°° DEL MONTE CUT green beans DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 CAN 39' DEL MONTE TUNA CHUNK LIGHT FLAT CAN DEI MONTE SWEET PEAS "" 3-s1 GLASS JAR - 32 OZ IIBBYS SAUERKRAUT MEADOLAKE MARGARINE TURNIP GREENS/DICED TURNIPS 1 POUND CAN 49 BUSH'S BEST 303 CANS 5 - s1 00 TOOTH PASTE SUPER SIZE 9 OZ. 2 POUND FLY...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 19 June 1975

THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES Tn *|<;|E y ^ LIFETIME Chain Liru Fences Complete and in stdlled Free estimates Builders Supply Co , phone 237 -2402, P O Box 509, Smithville, Texas 78957 28-tfc Monuments for all ceme- teries, a beautiful $39 95 Bible free with each pur- chase Monuments leveled and cleaned For Informa- tion, no obligation, write Box 5239, Austin, Texas 9 tfc VALE! SALE! Do you ha veto move'' Call ut> Bastrop Moving L Storage Phone#">12-321- #59 after 5 P M Call 321 2425 or 237-2521 14-tfr FOR SALE - New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 -y, ■ tfc For Sale 14 X 70 Ft Mobile Home, 3 br 2 bath Inquire at 503 Wilkes or phone 237-3737 23*? 3687 Buyer must as surne payments of $128 00 a month 25-Itc FOR SALE For Sale Hard rock maple bedroom suite Queen site bed, triple dresser with mirror and night stand 237-2279 25 - Itc For real bargains in new and used furniture see Smithville Furniture No 2, M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 19 June 1975

• • • < * ■ • PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1975 Pony League Team Blasts Bastrop, 11-3 SmithviUe's Pony League team exploded (or nine runs in the first two innings and coasted the rest of the *ay on the strong arm of Rusty DeLoach to post an 11 3 irictory over Bastrop Cubs Friday night at Bastrop the Smithville nine ammas sod 13 hits in running up their II ran total, with DeLoach scor- ing three runs himself Dwayne (Squlrter) Giles and Joe Bridges each scored twice in the rout DeLuach pitched the entire seven innings, giving up only two tuts and four wa'±s while striking out seven Cubs Losing pitcher Kay pitched five innings and gave up nine of the Tiger runs Hay struck out five Tigers and blake. who finished the game for the Cubs, struck out two. Six bases on balls were issued by the pair. Smith ville's record stands even at 1-1 now, following a 4-1 loss last week to Manor in their home opener. The Tigers are scheduled to play Bastr...

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