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- ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. " SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS-THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1972 • e 0 VICA Sponsors Christmas Contest Chapter of VICA Industrial Clubs contest at School to boost the spirit in the school. "Period class was decorate its door. were able to de- boards. The 'all decorations en- end of the sixth December 11. judged by local not have any FHS. They on over-all effec- December first prize 0 Mrs. Earl's first Math Class, shorthand the three dollar and Mrs. Smith's received the two Prize. Honorable went to Coach Dale period Government Class. • • • MRS. EARL - FIRST PRIZE E MENTION FE ELING Sonya Moseley is so close,to Christ-~. gettmg into, ~, spirit. Trees up. Parties are Presents bought. letters to Santa. are important most important is we get know- was born for us. You think Christmas important, but we would have las. If we did', it be a MERRY Days • • • MRS. LANCASTER - SECOND PRIZE • . • MRS. SMITH - THIRD PRIZE Band Presents Concert days - Green try White ball - ,Leo to music The F. H. S. Band has started their concert Season! Last Thursday night, De- cember 14th, the band pre- sented the "Annual Christ- mas Concert." For the enjoyment of the audience, various types of songs were played; from the serious "Thanks Be To Thee" to the light "Frosty The Snowman." For a special treat, Joyce Har- rison and Tim Willis, sung CHRISTMAS By Saxon Wagner C is for the Chimney that San- ta fell down, several songs to help bring out the Christmas spirit. As this year closes the F. H. S. Band wishes you a"Happy New Year" and thanks you for your support.!!!!!!!! I'M DREAMING OF ..... Deionne LarKins ... Nice things and nice people. Deborah Thompson... A soul- ful Christmas. Jo Ann Ansley ... Passing 12th grade English. Mary Chambers ... Some- thing Special. Cheryl Cox ... A Christ- mas vacation. Sharraine Roof ... Having a nice and enjoyable vacation. Pam Windham ... RandyWar- ran going mute. David Corbitt ... Someone special. Ferrin Seay .,. Someone H is for the Hot logs that he in another town. sat down on; Debbie McNeill ... Making a lonely G. I. unlonely I(R. K.) R is for the Racket he made Sherry Woodham ... Huh? as he stumbled aroun', What? Andy Warren ... Of a bloody, I is for the Indigestion from the 8 point buck deer! snacks he munched upon. Alecia Randell ... That very S is for the Seventeen Stock- ings Surprising Santa So, T is for the Time it took to fill them all[ special person. Loraine Moody ... Winning the Christmas Tournament. Judy Thompson ... Someone special. Dorthye Ball .,. My Graduff- 1o ~ tion Day. Co r-Navy blue "M is for the Merriment he Darlene Brooks ... A guy Revell felt as up the chimney he arose, named Archie and a trip to Ohio ( what a mixed~up dream!) Hunting A is for the ~wful crash as Gaff RobinsonA Super - Christmas. Vlrgo ' fall AGAIN!d°wn the chimney he did FlYerryJ :.. Jackson A long, long, Answers tolast holiday ....... Windham and Mike S is for the Sight it all must Martha Killingsworth ... The ~ave been. one and only one[ Grateful 'l Editorial Put out a good issue ann nobody complains. Misspell a name or goof on a story and the complaints Dour in. There are many parallels to this situation. Done right, no matter what you do, those congratulatory pats on the back come few and seldom. On the other hand, do something wrong and the criticism is numerous and fast. Human nature, probably, to take things for granted. A job well done is expected. Then, go on to the next task and do as well. Guess the editorial staff is more or less human, too. Guess we accept stories and features from our fellow students be- cause we expect them to supply us the necessary copy to pro- duce this periodical. And too often we expect and we accept without really expressing our appreciation. 'Well, Christmas is a good time to say, "Thank you." ,To our contributors, there- for@, this verbal pat on theback for meeting deadlines. To our readers, this verbal pat on the back for loyalty and understanding when we err. And to all, a very Merry Christmas. CHRISTMAS AT MY HOUSE By Kenny Sledge Christmas at my house is a time of peace, happiness, and fellowship. There is always the surprising at the opening of the gifts. We usually awake early and all go into the liv- ing room where the gifts are around the tree. We are al- ways surprised at what we get and are thankful for it all. December 8 saw undefeateo titans Florala and Elba square off in the game of the week in southern Alabama. Coming home, the Wildcats were faced with what, at the time, was their biggest contest of the year. Elba, 8-0, was riding high atop the SAC, perhaps a little too high. Florala opened the match in a flurry, taking a I0-2 lead midway in the first period, as Syl Owens pounced on seven rebounds and Lane Cravey muscledfor two follow-up buckets. By the middle of the second quarter the Cats had increased their advantage to twelve points, but Elba clos- ed it to 30-21 at the half. It seemed Florala was in trouble during the third stanza when Owens, who had been all over the court, gathering a dozen rebounds and forcing turnovers, fouled out. However, Larry Hamilton came in and took over where Owens left off. In a quarter and a half Hamilton got six rebounds and had a pair of steals. Florala got out of danger late in the third period by turning two steals into lay- ups. A twelve second play resulted in a James layup at the buzzer, and Florala was ahead 41-31. The Cats main- tained a steady lead during the last quartet', and undoubtedly clinched it with two minutes to play when Robert James fed Greg Burke for a layup, Elba being called for a technical on the play, which Ricky Sightler converted for a thir~een-P0int Usually the whole family gets together for Christmas dinner and we all have good Chris- tain Fellowship. It always ends too fast and we all go to bed thankful that all of us were together for Christmas -- The Birthday of Christ. lead. The final, a few minutes later, was 56-46. The Wildcats took their fifth straight win in surprisingly easy fashion in Red Level December 11. The final was 73-50, but it at the buzzer for a 14-6 ad- vantage at the end of the first quarter. Then Floralavirtually exploded for 23 points second and third quarters. Three steals in a row led to a 26-7 advan- tage during the second quarter, which became 37-15 by thehalf. The end of quarter three saw Florala up by 60-30, and Red Level, coming into the game with only one defeat, was wiped out. wasn't that close. Robert James Reserves went the rest of the had an incredible game, popping way for the Cats. James dur- seven bombs from way out. tug his three quarters of action, Playing like a NBA star, he was simply unstoppable and had 21 points at halftime. Florala got things rolling to a 10-2 lead early as Greg Burke and Syl Owens each collected three re- bounds. James hit a lay-up hit for 29 points, Wildcat high of the'year. Ricky Sightler was worth 10 points, cousin Royce, eight. Sylvester Owens finished with thirteen; Gregory Burke, two; and Lane Cravey, one. Fletcher Gibson, LarryHamil- PAGE 9 ton, and Tex Cassidy had five, three, and two points respec- tively, The Florala B-team ran their record to 4-1 with con- quests over Elba and Red Level. After a 19-12 half:tee lead, the B-Cats outscored Elba eigh- teen points to ten the last half for a whopping 37-22 victory. The going was tougher against Red Level. At the third quar- ter's end the score was only 13-14, Red Level ahead. Al- though they rebounded well, it seemed the Cats couldn't buy a basket. But Red Level was as cold as ice, too, so the game stayed close. The Cats burst out of their drought, how- ever, scoring fifteen points the last quarter for a 28-22 win. Carols ring out . . . gladness fills every heart and thr ~ir is astir with the lively spirit of the Christmas Season. May you enjoy all of it to the utmost: TROY STATE UNIVERSITY Fort Rucker P. O. Sox 457 Fort R~ukex, Alabama 36360 Registrar: Mrs. McCustian 255-3233/255-4935 MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY Registration: Classes begin/end: December 4, 1972 -- January 4, 1973 January 3, 1973 -- March 16, 1973 TSU Fort Rucker offices will be closed: Christmas December 21, 1972 -- December 27, 197~ New Year's Day January I, 1973 Registration will be held in Building 5003. A non-refundable $5.00 lata registration fee will be charged students registering after January 4, 1972 Fees are to be paid upon registration• Application for tulticn assistance is to be made on DA Form 2171 (Form 2171 available at Army EducatiOn Center Building 5009}. Civilians and dependents must pay full tuition -- under- graduate $14.00 pes quarter hour, graduate fee: $25.00 per quarter hour, TUESDAY AND TUU~SDAY DEPT NO Bus 241 Bus 244 COURSE TITLE Business Statistics (pre: AIq lll) 5 lntro to Computer Data Processing 5 (pre: AlE 111) Prin of Economics II (pre: Econ 251) 5 Prin of Accounting II (pre: Acct 291) 5 Corporation Finance (pre: Acct 292) 5 Real Estate - finance 5 Principles of Management 5 Cos:Accounting (pre: Acct 391) 5 Marketing Research {pre: (~4C 241 & MET 5 361) ~rganizational Behavior - managemant 5 Policy & Decision Making (pre: senior 5 standing in Business) Income Tax Accounting (pre: Acct 392) 5 Social Trends & the School Curriculum 3 QTR MRS BUS 252 Bus 292 Bus 331 Bus 336 BUS 371 Bus 395 Bus 464 Bus 472 Bus 476 BUS 494 Edu 433 (pre: Ed 281, Ply 300 & Adm Prof Ed Prgm) Eng i01 Composition & Modern English I 5 Clas 290 Classical Literature (pre: Eng I01-2) 5 Eng 452 English Drama Through the 19th Cent. 5 Hist 101 Western Civilization I 5 Hist 201 U. 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