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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

p Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 4 1979 Handling Two Crops Of Cotton COLLEGE STATION Sept. When It comes harvest time many farmers will have to handle two crops of cotton this year due to the wide range of crop growth. "While yield prospects look good over much of the state due to good moisture con ditions excess moisture has also caused some rank growth In cotton" points out Dr. Bob Mctzcr cotton specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service Texas A&M University System. "The result is that cotton is opening at the botton of the stalk but bolls arc still green W11H no Food would r person S1TN ALIVE LONGER VI1W WIM OR WT&R? toa. 1 WLT& a O 1979. McNuhlSrndkW. Incfew. JV c$) Tm CAU SURVIVE LONGER M WflTR 1HAM WIN 0eCftUSeUMLK$ DILUTED WW WOUUP NOT QUfcNCH THIrW '. on top." How can farmers best deal with this situation? "One option would be to wait until the green bolls at the top are open before harvesting" says Metzer. "However waiting that long woul...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm PfffWfffffPPWPfffffffffipiffiWWfWfffWfW Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1 .20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more Ihn one In- correct Insertion CITY BARBER SHOP HollnndTcxus Men Women & Childrens Haircuts Open Tugs thru Fri. 7:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Open Saturdays 7:00 a.m.-12:00 noon John Mugnan-Owner (r uicitmc frm I"" GENE B. MEWHINNEY CO. Your Home Town Agent for Old Line Fire Auto & Casualty Ins. SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE DIAL 527-3337 Bartlott DR. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA Optometrists 10th and North Main Taylor-352-2861 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big Selection of Frames Closed Thursday and Saturday Afternoons Dr. Geo. C. Fowler -Chiropractor-office i lours Monday Thursday Friday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-5:00 Tuesday - open until noon Wednesday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-G:30 Closed all day Saturday Phone 527-3737 Bartlctt Texas 10 Inspection Stic...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

S V V VJV A Pago 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 4 1979 Obituaries Homemakers Mrs. Maria Torres Club Meets Mrs. Maria Torres 67 died Saturday In a Bartlett nur- sing home. Rosary services were held Sunday and funeral was at 4 p.m. Monday from Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church with Rev. Albert Ruiz officiating. Burial was In Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church Cemetery. Mrs. Torres was a member of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church and has been a resident of Taylor for 37 years. Surviving are her husband Pedro Torres; her mother Mrs. Domlnga Gomez of New Braunfcls; three daughters Mrs. Janic Perez and Mrs. Tcta Cortez of Bartlett and Miss Maria Elena Torres of Taylor; seven sons Filomcno Johnnie Freddie Florcntlno and Sevcrlno Torres of Taylor Gilbert Torres of Copperas Cove and Paul Torres of Killccn; four sisters Mrs. Francisca Gomez Mrs. Bruno Guerrero and Mrs. Nicolasa Gonzales of New Braunfcls and Mrs. Rlcharda Ramirez of Los Angeles Calif; two brothers Cruz Gomez ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

Pritt.. n . - -jr iionnia 6-QO X Ift Baetiatt tx 76511 V TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texas 7C511 Thursday October 11 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 52 24 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-4424 FIFTEEN CENTS Unveiling Of Historical Marker For Donahoe A Texas Historical Marker for Donahoe Community will be unveiled at Donahoe on Sunday October 14 at 2 p.m. Donahoe which Is located off SH 487 seven miles nor- theast of Bartlett was settled by colonists in the late 1840's. It boasted a mercantile store schoolhousc church post office blacksmith shop telephone system and voting precinct. However with the coming of good roads to other towns Donahoe declined leaving only the cemetery. Some descendants of the early settlers still live in the area. John S. Hill Chairman of the Bell County Historical Commission will preside at the unveiling. Rev. Wesley L. Thompson Pastor of the First Baptist Church Bartlctt will give the invocation followed by greetings from Bobby Hill Mayor o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

1 I iiimV I I ...... Janke Family The descendants of the late Johann Janke and Caroline Kurtz Janke gathered at the SPJST Hall in Holland Saturday Oct. 6 for their annual family reunion. A covered dish dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour by relatives and friends of the family. An afternoon of fellowship and games was enjoyed by the group. Special recognition was given Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Saagc of Slaton for having traveled the greatest ''V 0?b?st U . 7.Tv tj.r. Tiri '&irQjL ... J'6 ' "a '& v 4- ' "''- Wfct Living Has Reunion distance to attend the reunion; and to Mrs. Albert Krause of Houston age 81 as the oldest relative in at tendance; and to Spencer Janke 2'i month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Janke of Hutto and great - great grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Janke of Holland as the youngest in attendance. Approximately 140 registered from Slaton Houston San Antonio Katy Orchard Sugarland Dallas Richardson Cypress Austin f t Gets Assignment FORT HOOD Texas (AHTNC) Oct. 2 Pvt. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

Hornets Travel To (8 Thrall Friday Night Holland Coach Gary Tyson named three outstanding players in football action against Bruccville-Eddy last week. Named best defensive player was Terry Johnson a 193 pound senior lineman. Johnson recovered a fumble and has 9 tackles. Although several other players had more tackles Tyson cited Johnson for his agrcsslvcncss and overall play. On offense the Holland coach named center Paul Dales best lineman and tailback Kirk Goodnight best back. Bales did a good job blocking and suffered a minor injury in the game. Goodnight totaled 100 yards and scored Holland's 3 points. He also did a good job on punts averaging 43 yards on five punts. "I definctely think we should have won that ball game" Tyson said about the Bruccville-Eddy encounter. But he added: "I've still got faith in them. The next five nre what counts." He expects his team to give Thrall plentiful opposition. Several players were in- jured in last week's action but none seriously. Bobby ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 1 1 1979 ; Tribune-Progress jffifmjmst From Congressman Marvin USPS044M0 Dartlett Tribune founded In ISM. Holland Progrttt founded In 1J Leath 8 All opinion and viewpoint! In the Tribune ProgreM do not necerll repreent the editorial opinions ol lhlnewpper Published weekly In Dartlett Texas 74511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc. Taylor Texas. Second class postage paid at Dartlett Texas 741)1 STAFFMEMBERS Mrs. Dorothy Jean Dartlett Temple Kallus Mrs Betty Hill Mrs Barbara HIM Ronnie Persky RamlroCortel Jimmy Howell The Paper Dollar And Inflation kmtWwsOTfJllllHIIinintl Subscription Rates-14 50 per year In Dell.Mllam and Williamson Counties; t5 per year elsewhere Any erroneous rellectlon upon the character or reputation ol ani person firm or corporation which may appear In tho columns ol the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Postmaster II undellverable send Form 357? to Tribune Progress Bartlett...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

. . f rf.1. C'- - - Bulldogs Clip The Eagles Travel To Liberty Hilll Sports Thursday October 11 1979 Pa go 5 eun& "" - f 5 SSSSHSH.VsBm j iTIjbXf AiL.jlSSSSXSSaSSi HHV ilSSSSSSSSsHisisf SSSSSSSSSSSi9iSSSSBl BAIITLETT JUNIOR Craig Williams Is pictured above returning the second half kickoff from his own 19 to the Rogers 44 yard line. Williams who also played an out- standing defensive game gave the Bulldogs excellent field position for their first scoring drive of the night with his second half kickoff return. mmamMmr -wtV mmfmBmMmmMmmUSmmUtt 1 THE CLEARING BLOCK Bartlctt offensive guard Rcy Perez gets set to throw the clearing block that sprung Leslie Williams on his 46 yard touchdown run against Rogers Friday night. Williams who led the Bulldogs In rushing with 129 yards on 17 carries also received another good block downf icld from senior John Richey. THIS 4 YARD touchdown run by Senior Anthony Smith was called back due to an off- sides penalty against Bartlctt but Smith did s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

" iff. ;- ?OSW'"- ". V.' '-yir-' r H t J ! " Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 11 1979 Bullpups Down Rogers 20-2 Coach Franklin Jones' Bartlctt Junior High Bullpups upped their season record to 2 wlri3 end 0 losses last Thursday night in Rogers when they defeated the Rogers Eagles 20-2. Sammy Williams In- tcrccpted a Rogers pass at the Bartlett 18 yard line and returned it 82 yards for a touchdown with 3:26 left in the first quarter. Islah Davis running attempt for the extra points was stopped short and the Bullpups took an early 6-0 lead. Mlhacl Smith put the next 8 points on the scoreboard for Bartlctt when he took a hand- off from QB Sam Pierce and raced 31 yards for a touch- down and then ran over the two point conversion. Smith's TD and conversion gave Bartlctt a 14-0 lead with 4:18 left in the second quarter. QB Sam Pierce who completed 2 of 5 passes for 45 yards put the Bullpups final touchdown of the night on the scoreboard when he hit end Leon Powell on a 37 yard sco...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

i PSATNMSQT Exams Set Juniors sophomores and some "enters at Bartlctt High School will be able to join over 1000000 other students around the world in taking the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude TestNational Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test .(PSATNMSQT) this fall. AThc test is an important step in making future plans. Scheduled for Tuesday Oct. 23 at Bartlctt High School the PSATNMSQT measures verbal and mathematical aptitude - two abilities important in doing college work and gives students a chance to find out what the Scholastic Aptitude Test is like. ' By taking the PSATNMSQT students can enter the competition for Recipe Corner scholarships administered by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation and ask to participate in the Student Search Service which gives students an opportunity to hear from colleges that they might not have otherwise known about. With their score reports students receive a copy of "About Your PSATNMSQT Scores a booklet that con- tains valuable how-to in-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

" -v T: Pago 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 11 1979 1 r r LACK'S FURNITURE CENTER Featuring A Complete Selection Of Home Furnishings 2100 S. 61 778-3577 AS TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE ENTERS ITS SECOND 50-YEAR PERIOD J OF SERVICE TO CENTRAL TEXANS WE ! INVITE YOU TO BE A PART OF OUR EXPANDED OFFERINGS IN THE AREAS I OF TRANSFER COURSES TECHNICAL I VOCATIONAL WORK CONTINUING EDUCATION AND ADULT EDUCATION. OUR DOORS ARE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT TO SERVE YOU YOUR NEEDS AND YOUR INTERESTS. TEMPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE The Business And Professional People Of TEMPLE ARE EXTENDING TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN THE BARTLETT AND HOLLAND AREAS A WARM AND FRIENDLY INVITATION TO VISIT US OFTEN. CENTEX TILE AND FLOOR CO. JOHNNY SODEK SR. & JOHNNY SODEK JR. Carpeting by Armstrong and Begelow RESILIENT FLOOR COVERING PLASTIC LAMINATES CULTURED MARBLE CERAMIC TILE -j. p. morgan 2112 W. Adams 7787161 PALOUSEK OVERHEAD DOORS EMIL PALOUSEK Residential-Commercial Free Estimates Electric Door Openers SALES - SERVICE INSTAL...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

AUSTIN Tho i . . Georgetown unm was dedicated Thursday a ceremony highlighting several years of planning and construction The new dam along with the Granger Dam gives Williamson County two fine sources of water and recreation. It assures the bounty of a solid future. Congressman J. J. "Jake" Pickle who has been in- strumental In the realization Kubiak Reports Tribune-Progress Thursday October II 1979 Page 9 of this far-sighted project was the distingushed guest. Many of the several other federal state and local of- ficials who have helped were also recognized at the dedication. The recreational facilities at the new dam are expected to bring several thousand visitors to Williamson County by H. BOSWELL YORK. R. PH. MEDICINE CHEST The new class of drugs called prostaglandins have some new drug entries. What are they7 I.R. Prostaglandins arc not drugs but aro a family of compounds found In most tissues of tho body. These compounds arc tho basis for tho dovelopment of ex- citing now dru...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 11 1979 Holland Visitors j nuncrrviin.i. ' ByDETTYHILI Mr. Coleman Bcnncr of Holland was in Klllccn Sunday to attend the 86th semi-annual convention of Central Texas Fireman. Killccn and Harkcr Heights were host for this fall meeting. Bess Cooper of Holland Mrs. Joe Cooper of Troy and Becky Cooper of Klllccn have returned home after spen ding several days In Wichita Falls Texas. Mr.nnd Mrs. Hue Nun- nallcc of Avon Park Florida have arrived for an extended visit with his mother Mrs. Erma Nunnallcc of Holland. Other guests in the Nunnallec home over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Nunnallcc of Colbert Col. and Mrs. Bert Ezcll Mr. and Mrs. Elkin GENERAL PRACTICE BLACKLAND VETERINARY CLINIC JERRY HAYES D.V.AA. HIGHWAY95NORTH P.O. BOX 1124 TAYLOR TX. 76574 PHONE AC 512 OFC 352-8322 RES. 352-8235 OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Friday 8:00a.m. 11:30a.m. ;12:30p.m.-5:30p m Saturday 8-00n.m. 12 Noon EMERGENCY SERVICE AVAILABLE 1977 A8.M Graduate Elliott Mr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

i i i i h zi p??li"'rM H Villi I V tTrt CT74H 1 fcm.-.H I K K I J J wtepsil I IK 1 HUB M 9 MHH hi 1 I I H HBJ BBv ( n i J I I !... ij; :F!M IV. .A. J I HI I Jn "P4t rTuJi;..! a. m Classified Advertising Rate 6ccnts per word. 1.20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. m in iriounc rrogrcss will nm d correci insertion PIANO IN STORAGE- Latest model Console Piano In storage locally. Responsible party may assume low balance. Must have good credit. Write: Credit Dept. National Keyboard 6611 N. Lamar Austin TX. 78752. 10-11-79 BOOK A PARTY: Guaranteed $10 free merchandise. Pam Arnold. 657-2402. 10-25-79-chg. Dr. Geo. C. Fowler -Chiropractor-office Hours Monday Thursday Friday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-5:00 Tuesday open until noon Wednesday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-G:30 Closed all day Saturday Phone 527-3737 Bartlett Texas DR. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA -Optometrists - 10th and North Main Taylor-352.2361 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big Salection of Frami Cloi d Tburtda...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 October 1979

Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 11 1979 McAlister Named Daily Press Editor Don McAlIster has been named editor of the Taylor Daily Press Charles Schulz associate publisher has announced. McAlistcr's respon- sibilities will include supervision of the Press news gathering and presentation efforts and management of the news department. He comes to Taylor from Liberal Kans. where he was managing editor of the Southwest Daily Times. A 1958 graduate of Bonham Texas High School McAlistcr studied Journalism at the University of Texas for one year before receiving an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy in An- napolis Md. After graduating from the Academy in 19C3 McAlistcr served In the U.S. Navy for nine years. During that time he had duty aboard the nuclear attack carrier USS Enterprise wds on the in- telligence staff of Com- mander Naval Forces Philippines served as Acting U.S. Naval Attache to the Philippines and was special intelligence officer for the commander of cruisers a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 October 1979

' nn r !. I- '-N. Poraky nonnia 6-80 X Bartlctt TX 76511 TRIBUNE - PROGRESS -p at : - jry Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texas 76511 Thursday October 18 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 53 24 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-1124 FIFTEEN CENTS Holland Homecoming Will Be This Friday ) The 1979 Homecoming at Holland will be this Friday night October 19. Action gets underway at 7:30 p.m. with a football game between the Holland Hornets and the Mllano Eagles. Halftlmc activities will include the crowning of the 1979 Homecoming Queen and presentation of the Fcotball Sweetheart the Band Sweetheart the Band Beau and Holland's 1979 Miss Flame. Nominees for Homecoming Queen this year arc: Susie Malina senior class Kim Tabor junior class; Laura Karl sophomore class; and Kelley Baylcss freshman class The Milano-Holland football game promises to be a tough contest The Mllano Eagles who finished next-to-last in district ploy last year arc much Improved and raised some eyebrows last week with a 1-1-8 up...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 October 1979

pi The Tribune-Progress 7N 1 VICKI LYNN PKRSKY daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ray Pcrsky of Bartlctt was two years old Thursday Oct. 11. She and her sister Amanda are the grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cervcnkn Sr. of Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Persky of Bartlctt. Great-grandparents arc Mrs. Frances Ccrvcnka and Mrs. II. D. Watson of Taylor and Mrs. AdolphSplnn of Bartlctt. Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Alvln II. York of San Angclo announce the engagement and approching marriage of their daughter Kim York to Mark Rose son of Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Rose of Bartlctt. The wed- ding date is set for Friday Nov. 23 at Calvary Lutheran HbrrpB WTFatLM YOUR ELECTRICITY. STILL A GOOD VALUE! I & m Here's how to figure what it cost you today. When you break down your charges for electricity on a per-day basis the valuo you're receiving for your dollar comes into much sharper focus. On your monthly electric bill first look at the date your meter was last read (PRES. READ DATE) and. thon....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 October 1979

f V" r-.iy;t i "t The Tribunc'Progressl Hornets Host Milano Friday Nighti v JWk fW4'Wm Thtirsclny October 18. 1979. Page 3H m 3pur la Holland Hornets Drop First District Game HOLLAND COACHES Jerry Saucerman and Gary Tyson charge out onto the field before the Holland-Thrall contest last Friday at Tiger Field in Thrall. Hornets Host Milano For Homecoming Holland Coach Gary Tyson is busy this week making plans for the Hornets' Homecoming game with Milano this Friday night. Tyson has plenty of respect for the Milano squad which last week upset Hutto 14-8. Milano quarterback Jerry Pacclcy passed to end Glen Myers for one touchdown and halfback Kevin Love broke loose for 52 yards up the middle to give Milano the win over Hutto. The Eagles arc 4-1-1 for the year beating Chilton 20-1G Lomcta 19-15 and Bruccville-EddyG-0; they tied Burton 0-0 and were defeated by Liberty HI1127-C. Namely outstanding players for Holland last week were Jay Titlow defensively and Jon Marc Goodnight offensively....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 October 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 18 1979 ...... Trib une -Progress USPS 044 J00 Oartlett Tribune founded In Wi. Holland Progrett founded In 1191. All oplnlonj nd viewpoint! In the Tribune Progrew do not neceuarlly represent the editorial oplnlonjol thl newspaper . Published weeKI In Barllett Texas 74511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc.. Taylor Texas. Second class postage paid at Dartlett Texas 74511. STAFFMEMBERS Mrs. Dorothy Jean Dartlett Temple Kallus Mrs. Detty Hill Mrs. Barbara Hill Ronnie PersKy RamlroCortei Jimmy Howell Subscription Rates: U $0 per year In Dell Milam and Williamson Counties) 15 per year elsewhere. Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation ol any person llrm or corporation which may appear In the columns of the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor Postmaster' Texas745t1. If undellverable send Form 3S79 to Tribune Progress Dartlett V T V V ' 'I'Hff f Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 October 1979

V - ryy 'V ''!'''' " ? WT W J 4 J y r r tt4frW:Jt - ft i 4 i Trlbunc-ProgrcssThursday October 18 1979 Pages Williams Smith Bulldog Defense Lead 21-0 Bartlett Victory Ily JIMMY HOWELL another lOO-yard-plus Coach Russell Roberts' rushing game from tailback Bartlett Bulldogs led by Leslie Williams and fullback 'ilw 4 IML JHBil THE MIGHTY "ANT" Anthony "Ant" Smith (21) picked up over 100 yards rushing for the second week in n row Inst Friday night. Smith picked up 110 yards on 10 carries in the first half against Liberty Hill nnd he also lins 30 tackles to his credit tills year despite just playing in 2'i games at his defensive end position. PEREZ POUNDS PANTHERS Bulldog senior linebacker Rcy Perez led the Bartlett defense in tackles with 18 in Friday night's 21-0 Bulldog win over the Liberty Hill Panthers. Perez now has 48 tackles on the season and is the third leading tackier on the Bulldog team. Anthony Smith and a tough defense that recorded Its first shutout of the 1979 football se...

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