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clip Tigers 58-45 in tournament Wednesday STARTLED -- Highland Cougar Greg Walker (55) appears surprised by Tiger Paul Ayers (54). Canton was pushed into competition for third place, while Highland will vie for championship. :i!i BODY COLLAGE -- Highlander Carl Hood takes a shot though surrounded by Canton's Tom Ellson, Kevin Shirey and Curt McCutchan. Cougars advanced in the tourney by defeating the Tigers 58 to 45. TOURNAMENT PHOTOS BY DAN STEINBECK UP -- Paul Ayers of Canton and Randy Dent of Highland both lay claim to ball during tournament Wednesday night. Helping Dent are teamma Gr+ (left) and Carl Hood. ...... CANTON. MO. THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1978 PASS PLAY -- Cougar Carl Hood prepares to pass ball* around, under watchful guard of Tiger Richie Hill in Highland Tournament action Wednesday night. ket Pairings announced for Knox Freshman Tournament r Pairings have been an- nounced for the 1978 Knox Co. ii R-I Freshmen Girls and Boys i Basketball Tournament to be held at Edina January 16 through 21. \\;] The opening game Monday, \\;j Jan. 16, will pit Knox Co. girls  against Monroe City girls followed at 6:15 by the first / boys game between first-seed- ed Highland and Macon. Highland girls, ranked 4th, meet Macon girls at 7:30 Monday. Kirksville girls, ranked sec- ond, play North Shelby girls Jan. 17 at 5 n.m.. followed by the No. 2 ranked Kirksville boys and South Shelby boys, + at 6:15. The Canton girls, ranked 3rd, meet South Shelby at 7:30 Tuesday, followed by the Canton boys, also ranked 3rd, and North Shelby boys game at 8:45. Semi-finals will be Wednes- LADLES and GIRLS COATS SAVE Many Styles & Fashions Reduced LADIES Slacks, Tops, Cord. Groups, +GIGANTIC SH I0 to 50% Off MANY STYLES Boy's Long Sleeve Shirts yR DRIBBLF_ -- Paul A yers, left, of Canton, drtbbl cd%ntdonThanUrd cSdahYmpiitohship Gauchos and g enty cage competition. Watching are Highlands Reg. sT* N0W s2.22 Dent, Cantm's Curt MeCutchan and Highland s Carl ymeS scheduled for Satr- Many More. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 10% tO Reg. s3*' NOW si.99 / i +/- 5OO/O   ? --B-Y'S---Reg" s4" NOW s4.22 " SPtClAt CATTLE rs/| I Dew - uS GILLETTE *RA II i@ AT.IS SALE AT P S RAZOR REDUCED 00IOKA SALE OMPANYi BATHROOM Some Styles BLADES IO%OFF ,,o. 20%OFF KAHOKA, MISSOURI $1.25 89 Many Styles Wednesday, January 11111, 1978 | 12 OZ. CAN ; 2 FOR P. N. H & Starling on Cattle at 1 P.M. If you nave cattle to sell bring them to this sale. All cattle mid in order received. This sale will be advertised over a large area. I For further infurmat/on call S/e Barn 816-727-3954 -- i B/I Ryan 314.288-5761 -- Jerry Mil/er 816.727.3660 !mmuuuuUuummuuuuuuuuuuuuuuudl SlOe GREAT BUY clip Tigers 58-45 in tournament Wednesday STARTLED -- Highland Cougar Greg Walker (55) appears surprised by Tiger Paul Ayers (54). Canton was pushed into competition for third place, while Highland will vie for championship. :i!i BODY COLLAGE -- Highlander Carl Hood takes a shot though surrounded by Canton's Tom Ellson, Kevin Shirey and Curt McCutchan. Cougars advanced in the tourney by defeating the Tigers 58 to 45. TOURNAMENT PHOTOS BY DAN STEINBECK UP -- Paul Ayers of Canton and Randy Dent of Highland both lay claim to ball during tournament Wednesday night. Helping Dent are teamma Gr+ (left) and Carl Hood. ...... CANTON. MO. THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1978 PASS PLAY -- Cougar Carl Hood prepares to pass ball* around, under watchful guard of Tiger Richie Hill in Highland Tournament action Wednesday night. ket Pairings announced for Knox Freshman Tournament r Pairings have been an- nounced for the 1978 Knox Co. ii R-I Freshmen Girls and Boys i Basketball Tournament to be held at Edina January 16 through 21. \\;] The opening game Monday, \\;j Jan. 16, will pit Knox Co. girls  against Monroe City girls followed at 6:15 by the first / boys game between first-seed- ed Highland and Macon. Highland girls, ranked 4th, meet Macon girls at 7:30 Monday. Kirksville girls, ranked sec- ond, play North Shelby girls Jan. 17 at 5 n.m.. followed by the No. 2 ranked Kirksville boys and South Shelby boys, + at 6:15. The Canton girls, ranked 3rd, meet South Shelby at 7:30 Tuesday, followed by the Canton boys, also ranked 3rd, and North Shelby boys game at 8:45. Semi-finals will be Wednes- LADLES and GIRLS COATS SAVE Many Styles & Fashions Reduced LADIES Slacks, Tops, Cord. Groups, +GIGANTIC SH I0 to 50% Off MANY STYLES Boy's Long Sleeve Shirts yR DRIBBLF_ -- Paul A yers, left, of Canton, drtbbl cd%ntdonThanUrd cSdahYmpiitohship Gauchos and g enty cage competition. Watching are Highlands Reg. sT* N0W s2.22 Dent, Cantm's Curt MeCutchan and Highland s Carl ymeS scheduled for Satr- Many More. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 10% tO Reg. s3*' NOW si.99 / i ;/- 5OO/O   ? --B-Y'S---Reg" s4" NOW s4.22 " SPtClAt CATTLE rs/| I Dew - uS GILLETTE *RA II i@ AT.IS SALE AT P S RAZOR REDUCED 00IOKA SALE OMPANYi BATHROOM Some Styles BLADES IO%OFF ,,o. 20%OFF KAHOKA, MISSOURI $1.25 89 Many Styles Wednesday, January 11111, 1978 | 12 OZ. CAN ; 2 FOR P. N. H & Starling on Cattle at 1 P.M. If you nave cattle to sell bring them to this sale. All cattle mid in order received. This sale will be advertised over a large area. I For further infurmat/on call S/e Barn 816-727-3954 -- i B/I Ryan 314.288-5761 -- Jerry Mil/er 816.727.3660 !mmuuuuUuummuuuuuuuuuuuuuuudl SlOe GREAT BUY