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January 14, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 ' JV = SPORTS WRAP UP 5is ]- "" "' '"' 00,00g&00bow tourney Woo00v00 cage i open Saturday tourney is set -- ...,.,.,, d Woodsvitw ! .... , elcared Danville / t /[RAI)FORD--The I"ift h Trpi'ies will be awarded t WOOI)SVIIA'E-The Chase bFf)O:bL% i 11''14)11 "llt'/J .... "11 / nual Boys-Girls J.V. both bovs and girls.   l,ions Club of Woodsy|lie will  " ' , ' . . . . ....... ney sponsored by the A Cheering Trophy 'ill be hold |Is 4Is{ Annual Northern Bib\\; svilk' t;. tlikg ,,),latll,rtldug;,i --- II-- J w Athlet)c Boosters Club awarded to the best cheering Anmteur Basketball Tour- Engineers defcatedOxhow 7,,- flwg,;me, adding theirfinal 17 WI.PtIU[S'IIc group wm nan/e/It at tile Woodsville fi6. 2cllin elf Io 13 fast goals points in IIR' lasl quarter. Tim . w= t gins this week squad iFllowingisileschedule: Pra'ciice balls will be ('onnnunitv Building Feb. 25- in Ihe Iirsl l)erio(t and then I)anxilh, ln(lians scored only lla,k7 occer m JlelfflUln March I. " holding onlowingoingaway, live lmds in the first period 1  =] -' Saturday, January 17 As in the past. there will be The vichw.v gavcW(mdsx'ille and six in tim lhird and their Vt)()I)S\\;'II, I,E Twclvc pcndilure. :30 Boys Orford vs. Woodsy|lie lxvo divisions Class A and a. ,5-3 record. Woodsvl)lc's closing 191mini efforl in the Aoodsilh , llitdi School These combined cffortswill :00 Girls Orford vs. Wondsville ('lass B. MiKe 1-ompian was nigh t inal qoarh,r jusl wasn'l sludells a soccel/coacb and hell) lo oflset tile expenses to Any team wishing to apply scorer with 21 while ()ximw's enot,h Ir'dnerllavel)ecnhivilcd'tobc lhe lanfilies of the students. :30 Girls Oxbow vs. Blue mountain shouldconiact Jill) Wtlker. 41 ,:---,,Mike ....... Munson,,.., .... and ,Rn ltun- " - ine' hi)or." s on a t'; " "..A. mgn',' "The eh)scncss, ot the I I :00 Boys ' Oxbow vs. Blue Mountain King St.. Woodsy|lie. N.ll. inlglimlleltetlzAcacII, school stwet, r learn thal will residents of these com- tr.wB5, or call 6{r3-747-:389 or I I ' saturday, January 31  6{3-747-2BSfi. The deadline for ........ (}rfttrd t,onoliers haw Ielgimn nexl August 4-18. mun!tms ts mc el our greatest namtr t 'J",---- -" " The hosl country will assels pcrnaps one el tile :30 Boys Consolation Game r( calving applieations is Jan. IIVI U e e$ " , ag 6oncord ,)'ovide all housi lg nleals malor reasons wc choose to 00Girls ConsolationGame ')1). .Roalto,, ('{)N('(),{I) (,rfor(| lli(,,|.ansl)Ol.,a,i,,n fol.,orin, |:(s|(,( nl "|lt(-s(' cnl/lunltl(s' I' ", ll --T l-- :30Girls Championship Game .... . , . ,  ............ AllY eonlrll)Ullon |liar{ you  / ELI,S RI\\; El{ Blue co||q|tered t o|word boys and and Io ,ill sotttl gdnlcs. III , ...... - :00Boys Championship Game ......, , tnn Xoodsx|llc' '' xdl" |ox|dc .- |'l|exe |s wnnm your means Mounlall Unloll edged South g rls tea us, 57-31 and 36-32, ' P ' . " ., r , with rel lects upoII ire Home teams wear white provided by Oxbow. Allgames NJI, winter Royalhm 61-58 on the strength respectively Roger Silllilal' aceonliKlatJons to the and of Andv Taylor'sthrc, e free-.h,va, ieadit|g the winning Ih,lgiun|lean|alah|lcrdate. edueatioua, values to be i,,. D minute quarters. It will be a tight schedule so all teams should be ready to start at the scheduled times. Admission to the tour- nament will be $1.25 for adults and .75 cents for students. The Concession stand will be open h) serve ftx)d and drinks. fiforms. Timers will be ed by Oxbow. team must provide own scorers. "Home" will be the official hook Trophies will be awarded in places for both boys and Six All Tourney Team wmobile club officers by FLOYD R. RAY air was clear the temperature in the 25 to 35 below zero. It mrmed to 12 below when we up and took off up the right of way for iron Boskey's cabin. This ight of way now belongs to and there are no rails Ton had a nice wood fire in the camp and it was :osy. Machines started from all directions. rafton County director ',huck Elms from No. laverhil and Bart Witham Exeter came. We were glad to have them dth us. We'll show them an Club Also present was liner Heath, Ass't. County Elms. After cooking our hotdogs lnd s the meeting hamburgerwith about 25 of the previous were read and ap- and also the Treas. s which showed us to be still Solvent, with a good balance. Part of this balance is for the February Easter eal Ride-In. t @,'as reportqd the trail round the Motff l'im to Moosiiauke Inn d been cleared, so riders lage to this A bridge is n/eded the Stimson Farm on the elift trail. The trail signs up but more are needed something is going to be about this. it was pointed out that furnished by the h the town on to be mobiles getting trail to another. It pointed out that the keep to the right road, and travel not lotorists over l0 miles per hour. This is important to prevent any accidents between highway users and the snowmobilers. The new Liability Insurance program was discussed. This protects the owner of land which riders cross from suits which might be brought against them. This covers only those owners who have given the clubs permission to cross their land, and in designated trails, This does not protect the owner of land, who has not given permission to cross his land as you should not be there in the first place. Therefore this should give an incentive for owners to give permission for use of their land as they will then have this protection. The election of officers resulted in the following: President Kenneth Mosholder, Vice President Jesse Boshaw Sr.; Secretary Don Bagley; Treasurer Floyd R. Ray; Executive Council 1 Year Mac Heath; 3 Years Joel Phipps; 3 Years Lewis Bancroft. We were glad to hear from Bart and Chuck as to the outlook from a stale level on snowmobile clubs. It seems not all state officials are friends Of snowmobiling, thererore "the officials of he NHSA have got to choose a course to be taken which is going to be best. It seemed to be the option of Fish and Game cooperation might be best for the immediate future. Some would even like to do away with the BOMV. It also seems that some of the money from snowmobile registrations is being chan- noled out of any benefit to the outings set CONCORD Slate Parks Naturalist Judy Silverberg has announced a schedule of nine winter nature outings -- eight for cross country skiers and one for snowmobilers -- starting wilh a Jan. l0 six-to- nine-mile hike for in- termediates at Pawtuckaway State Park in Nottingham. "These outings are designed to give outdoor lovers a chance to get out and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of winter," said Ms. Silverberg who initiated her winter nature program last year. There is no charge for the conducted tours. Participants are asked to wear warm layered clothing and to bring their own cross country ski equipment, a lunch, and a canteen of water. Intermediate outings are of six to nine miles in length and are for bet tar-conditioned participants: beginner outings are of four to five miles in length and of relatively little stress. "We'll go whether or not we have snow," Ms. Silverberg said. "Naturally, it's more fun with snow because there's a real excitement in coming on the tracks of animals or birds in the snow." The nature outing for snowmobilers is set for Jan. 18 in the Kilkenny area, she said. Participants are asked to meet at the Rocket Snowmobile, in Berlin, at 9:30. For further information, contact Ms. ,Judy Silverberg, New ttampshire Division of Parks and Recreation, Box 856 ('onco|'d, N.ll. 03301 or call her at (;(13 ) 271-3254. SKI SAI,E SCIIEI)ULEI) W. TOPSHAM---A Winter Outdoor Sports Equipment Sale will be held Jan. 24 from l0 a.n|.-2 p.m. at Union 36 School. Skis, ski suits, skates. and other consignments arc needed. The event will benefit the W. Topsham Tri-Village Fire l)epartment. snowmobiler. Approach your legislator or councilor and License revoked whisper in his ear what you CONCOI(I) Director of want done, how, and when. They will be glad to discuss Motor Vehicles Thomas A. this with you. Power has released the See you on the trails, following list of rev(at ions: I)RIVINC, WIlII,E INTOXi('ATIEI) license plate O.K. in N.H. New ltampshire who purchase e Presidential ural license plates will to display them on vehicles beginning Jan. ,n|as A, Power, Director l)epartn|ent of Safety's is|on of Motor Vehicles, d that the plates may ,ed in place of the vehicle registration Only, through March 31 )lares, which sold to honor the of Ronald as the nations 40th )1. are nol available Division of Motor Vehicles said the Inaugural plates are the only plates allowed on the front of a vehicle in place of the regular green-on-while New tlamp- shire regish'alion plate at this time Any vehicle not displaying lhe Inaugural plate must have both the rear and fronl New llampshire plates displayed. IT'S A BOY A son, Michael Gordon, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Murray of Ryegate at Mrs. Hilchcock Memorial Hospital Dec. 22. may be obtained BOY ARRIVES e Presidential A baby son was born to Mr. Committee in and Mrs Lawrence Hibbard D.C. of Warren at Cottage Hospital actor of Motor Jan. 2. R00.00acquetball News J UNIOR RACQUETBALL RESULTS uet Shack and The Fountain of Youth teameo r talent to play other area clubs Junior players -' from 8 to 14 years old. oOdBarre (76) vs Racquet Shaek-Fountain of EdgeBurlington (72) vs Racquet Shack (56 representing the Racquet Shack were Susanne es on Hatch, Rich Saffo Jr., John Saffo, Jeff J. Jacobs, and Mathew Burnham. Juniors will ngton/:or a tournament on Saturday, January MENS LADDER (Red) Jim Barton 21-20. 21-20 -1-12, 19-21, 11-5 rroll over Larry Lavoie 21-15, 21-16 Ned McLure 21-19, 21-15 over Ned McLure 21-12, 21-10 ze Beauvais 21-11,21-20 LADIES LADDER RESULTS )ie Buell over Shirley Morris 21-18, 21-16 ]cane{re Enderson 21-12, 21-12 ey Morris over Louise llarrison 21-17, 21-11 Douglas E. ('lark, 42, N. h|verhili; Gordon A. Penoff, 47. I,ittleto|l: l'eter S. Lipson, 35. Sugar llill: Ernest F. McConnell. 35. Littleton: Alberl J. Rozzi. 34. W. l,ebanon David A. Smith. 22. I x,I)anon: Frank A. Smith. Jr., 21. W. Topsham: Kenneth P. Wallace. 32. Thetford. hnplied ('onsent l,aw James ll. Adams. 36. l,banon: Theresa Bredeur. 53. ('anaan. Reckless Operation John B. Bar|'y, 34. W. Canaan: Cynthia M. Provencal, 17, Canaan. Three ('onvictions Kevin E..ludd. 21, Lebal)on. throws, two of them after.the gan|e was over. ltis first crucial l'rt'o|'n|anee at tl|e foul line I)roke a 58-58 tie with 14 seconds to ph|y and his second Irip aflcr hc was fouled al lhe buzzer put il o|| ice. i'eter Ih,wc of S. Royal{on was game high scorer with 23 poinls. The win raised the BM If Bucks h)a {;-2 record Spartans down Engineers WIIITEFIELI)- White Mountain look both ends of a co-ed co||test against Wood- svillc, defcaling the Engi||eer boys 55-54 and Ihe girls 37-20. White Mounh|in's Richard l)uke was high scorer for the Spar{arts and for the game with 16 poinls, while Denise Roy of White Mnunlain topped the girls" gan|e with lO. Mike Ald|'ich and Mike Slayton scored 14 each in the Engineers h)sing effort, while Kare|| Brooks scored nine for Woodsy|lie i|| the gi|'ls' con- .test. Lisbon girls beat BMU IASTON Paced by Lind', ('lough's 20 poinls, the Lisbon girls outscored Blue Mountain }-41 in whal Coach Graham Perhani called "their best game of the year." The Panthers survived a 16- poinl |'ampage by BMU's Kim W|'ighl, who finished as game high scorer at 24 points. That game pnt ihe l,istum girls ai 4- 2 for lhe season, and BMU at 3- BMU girls defeat Chelsea WELLS RIVER--Blue Mountain tlnion's girls defealed Chelsea 36-34, scori||g nmsl of their points ( lti ill the second period. Chelsea. which came away wilh high scoring honors with Ka|'en Filzgerald's 18 points. threatened in the final quarter when BMU nelted only two poinls, but couldn'l overcome lhe earlier BMU lead. Thetfo00d scores upset TIIETPORD__ The{ford upset Masoama by a score of 57-55 despite a fourth quarter rally by the Royals that prompted Pan thers' {2each Bob Johnson to con|menl that it was a good lhing the game didn't last two minutes longer. "l! was really a good all- around team effort. We played some super defense early and capilalized on the turnovers off our press." Johnson ren|arked. BMU downs Danville WELLS RIVER--Blue Mou||tain. led by Andy Tayior's 18-point per- Listen to Jan. 19th Woodsville vs Littleton (Away) Girls ,Jan. 20th Woodsville vs Newfound (Home) Boys boys Vfihleals with 17 poinls and ('mdy Washbuln pacing sponsor Ibis ICaln will be in a lil etilnc opporlunity for lhc girls wilh 10. approxinlalely $7.800. The t]|(,se young conununity The ('onCold boys were parenls of lhese young inert n|end)crs will be greatly han|percd by the recenl Iossof have olganizcd tl|c Belgium al)P rceiatcd,'" said club Ihrec of lhcir regulars, while Boosh,r ('lub in an cffo|'I lo Sl)kcs|nan Michael Ackc| - file ('oneord girls couldn't raise Ihcse funds so Illal lhcir Inan. nlalc]i tile IKq'fOllnallCC of c]lihh'cn nlay experience Ihis ('iwcks |or COl|lributiolts Ihcir gallic higll scorer, "lln'illofalifetin|c." Illay be n|adc payable to TainniiAuslin. wilh Hipoinls. Thtv ill sponsor acliviiies BEIAHI;M IIOt)STEll ('LUB, sucli [is suptx, rs, ear washcs, ai|d addressed h) W)dsville and fl.l sah's i|| an clforl 1o IlighScl|ool raise a imrlion d' Ibis ex- )P Wants You On Skiis! Touring equipment &accesories Rentals $7.00 a day Open 7 days a week Package Deals at 20% off are still available Rt. 5 So. Newbury Vt. 866-5921 Newburv, flet a 50% b00on the toll calls you make. I I I Ill Illllll I I IIII i i i WHAT YOU WILL NEED: Good news for one- and two-party Newbury customers whose phone numbers begin with 866. If you make frequent toll calls to any of the. towns listed below, or if you'd like to make mote calls than you do now, there's a calling plan that can save you money. It's called Selective Calling Service, and it saves you 50% on toll calls you dial yotrself weekdays (except between 9 a. m. and 12 noon), all day Saturday and Sunday, and certain holidays. And that 50% discount applies late at night, too, when rates are already at their lowest. 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MainSt. [] Danville (684) 180 []So Stratford (765) 1.80 White River Jct., v'r 05001 , [] East Corinth (439) 85 [] Thetford (785) 1.80 [] Fairlee (333) 1'15 [] Washington (883) 1.80 Name [.Grton(584) 1115 K] Wells River (757) .85 I Address Marshfield (426) 1 80 [] West Newbury (429) .85 + City .State Zip__ I Telephone . _ i Best time to reach me is between., and Please complete all information on this coupon so we Please call me at this  --  -- can contact you to confirm your order. I number_ (11 different from above) mm-mmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmm mm instructions: fill out coupon, and cut along dotted lines. V ; January 14, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 7 ' JV = SPORTS WRAP UP 5is ]- "" "' '"' 00,00g&00bow tourney Woo00v00 cage i open Saturday tourney is set -- ...,.,.,, d Woodsvitw ! .... , elcared Danville / t /[RAI)FORD--The I"ift h Trpi'ies will be awarded t WOOI)SVIIA'E-The Chase bFf)O:bL% i 11''14)11 "llt'/J .... "11 / nual Boys-Girls J.V. both bovs and girls.   l,ions Club of Woodsy|lie will  " ' , ' . . . . ....... ney sponsored by the A Cheering Trophy 'ill be hold |Is 4Is{ Annual Northern Bib\\; svilk' t;. tlikg ,,),latll,rtldug;,i --- II-- J w Athlet)c Boosters Club awarded to the best cheering Anmteur Basketball Tour- Engineers defcatedOxhow 7,,- flwg,;me, adding theirfinal 17 WI.PtIU[S'IIc group wm nan/e/It at tile Woodsville fi6. 2cllin elf Io 13 fast goals points in IIR' lasl quarter. Tim . w= t gins this week squad iFllowingisileschedule: Pra'ciice balls will be ('onnnunitv Building Feb. 25- in Ihe Iirsl l)erio(t and then I)anxilh, ln(lians scored only lla,k7 occer m JlelfflUln March I. " holding onlowingoingaway, live lmds in the first period 1  =] -' Saturday, January 17 As in the past. there will be The vichw.v gavcW(mdsx'ille and six in tim lhird and their Vt)()I)S\\;'II, I,E Twclvc pcndilure. :30 Boys Orford vs. Woodsy|lie lxvo divisions Class A and a. ,5-3 record. Woodsvl)lc's closing 191mini efforl in the Aoodsilh , llitdi School These combined cffortswill :00 Girls Orford vs. Wondsville ('lass B. MiKe 1-ompian was nigh t inal qoarh,r jusl wasn'l sludells a soccel/coacb and hell) lo oflset tile expenses to Any team wishing to apply scorer with 21 while ()ximw's enot,h Ir'dnerllavel)ecnhivilcd'tobc lhe lanfilies of the students. :30 Girls Oxbow vs. Blue mountain shouldconiact Jill) Wtlker. 41 ,:---,,Mike ....... Munson,,.., .... and ,Rn ltun- " - ine' hi)or." s on a t'; " "..A. mgn',' "The eh)scncss, ot the I I :00 Boys ' Oxbow vs. Blue Mountain King St.. Woodsy|lie. N.ll. inlglimlleltetlzAcacII, school stwet, r learn thal will residents of these com- tr.wB5, or call 6{r3-747-:389 or I I ' saturday. January 31  6{3-747-2BSfi. The deadline for ........ (}rfttrd t,onoliers haw Ielgimn nexl August 4-18. mun!tms ts mc el our greatest namtr t 'J",---- -" " The hosl country will assels pcrnaps one el tile :30 Boys Consolation Game r( calving applieations is Jan. IIVI U e e$ " , ag 6oncord ,)'ovide all housi lg nleals malor reasons wc choose to 00Girls ConsolationGame ')1). .Roalto,, ('{)N('(),{I) (,rfor(| lli(,,|.ansl)Ol.,a,i,,n fol.,orin, |:(s|(,( nl "|lt(-s(' cnl/lunltl(s' I' ", ll --T l-- :30Girls Championship Game .... . , , ,  ............ AllY eonlrll)Ullon |liar{ you  / ELI,S RI\\; El{ Blue co||q|tered t o|word boys and and Io ,ill sotttl gdnlcs. III , ...... - :00Boys Championship Game ......, , tnn Xoodsx|llc' '' xdl" |ox|dc .- |'l|exe |s wnnm your means Mounlall Unloll edged South g rls tea us, 57-31 and 36-32, ' P ' . " ., r , with rel lects upoII ire Home teams wear white provided by Oxbow. Allgames NJI, winter Royalhm 61-58 on the strength respectively Roger Silllilal' aceonliKlatJons to the and of Andv Taylor'sthrc, e free-.h,va, ieadit|g the winning Ih,lgiun|lean|alah|lcrdate. edueatioua, values to be i,,. D minute quarters. It will be a tight schedule so all teams should be ready to start at the scheduled times. Admission to the tour- nament will be $1.25 for adults and .75 cents for students. The Concession stand will be open h) serve ftx)d and drinks. fiforms. Timers will be ed by Oxbow. team must provide own scorers. "Home" will be the official hook Trophies will be awarded in places for both boys and Six All Tourney Team wmobile club officers by FLOYD R. RAY air was clear the temperature in the 25 to 35 below zero. It mrmed to 12 below when we up and took off up the right of way for iron Boskey's cabin. This ight of way now belongs to and there are no rails Ton had a nice wood fire in the camp and it was :osy. Machines started from all directions. rafton County director ',huck Elms from No. laverhil and Bart Witham Exeter came. We were glad to have them dth us. We'll show them an Club Also present was liner Heath, Ass't. County Elms. After cooking our hotdogs lnd s the meeting hamburgerwith about 25 of the previous were read and ap- and also the Treas. s which showed us to be still Solvent, with a good balance. Part of this balance is for the February Easter eal Ride-In. t @,'as reportqd the trail round the Motff l'im to Moosiiauke Inn d been cleared, so riders lage to this A bridge is n/eded the Stimson Farm on the elift trail. The trail signs up but more are needed something is going to be about this. it was pointed out that furnished by the h the town on to be mobiles getting trail to another. It pointed out that the keep to the right road, and travel not lotorists over l0 miles per hour. This is important to prevent any accidents between highway users and the snowmobilers. The new Liability Insurance program was discussed. This protects the owner of land which riders cross from suits which might be brought against them. This covers only those owners who have given the clubs permission to cross their land, and in designated trails. This does not protect the owner of land, who has not given permission to cross his land as you should not be there in the first place. Therefore this should give an incentive for owners to give permission for use of their land as they will then have this protection. The election of officers resulted in the following: President Kenneth Mosholder, Vice President Jesse Boshaw Sr.; Secretary Don Bagley; Treasurer Floyd R. Ray; Executive Council 1 Year Mac Heath; 3 Years Joel Phipps; 3 Years Lewis Bancroft. We were glad to hear from Bart and Chuck as to the outlook from a stale level on snowmobile clubs. It seems not all state officials are friends Of snowmobiling, thererore "the officials of he NHSA have got to choose a course to be taken which is going to be best. It seemed to be the option of Fish and Game cooperation might be best for the immediate future. Some would even like to do away with the BOMV. It also seems that some of the money from snowmobile registrations is being chan- noled out of any benefit to the outings set CONCORD Slate Parks Naturalist Judy Silverberg has announced a schedule of nine winter nature outings -- eight for cross country skiers and one for snowmobilers -- starting wilh a Jan. l0 six-to- nine-mile hike for in- termediates at Pawtuckaway State Park in Nottingham. "These outings are designed to give outdoor lovers a chance to get out and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of winter," said Ms. Silverberg who initiated her winter nature program last year. There is no charge for the conducted tours. Participants are asked to wear warm layered clothing and to bring their own cross country ski equipment, a lunch, and a canteen of water. Intermediate outings are of six to nine miles in length and are for bet tar-conditioned participants: beginner outings are of four to five miles in length and of relatively little stress. "We'll go whether or not we have snow," Ms. Silverberg said. "Naturally, it's more fun with snow because there's a real excitement in coming on the tracks of animals or birds in the snow." The nature outing for snowmobilers is set for Jan. 18 in the Kilkenny area, she said, Participants are asked to meet at the Rocket Snowmobile, in Berlin, at 9:30. For further information, contact Ms. ,Judy Silverberg, New ttampshire Division of Parks and Recreation, Box 856 ('onco|'d, N.ll. 03301 or call her at (;(13 ) 271-3254. SKI SAI,E SCIIEI)ULEI) W. TOPSHAM---A Winter Outdoor Sports Equipment Sale will be held Jan. 24 from l0 a.n|.-2 p.m. at Union 36 School. Skis, ski suits, skates. and other consignments arc needed. The event will benefit the W. Topsham Tri-Village Fire l)epartment. snowmobiler. Approach your legislator or councilor and License revoked whisper in his ear what you CONCOI(I) Director of want done, how, and when. They will be glad to discuss Motor Vehicles Thomas A. this with you. Power has released the See you on the trails, following list of rev(at ions: I)RIVINC, WIlII,E INTOXi('ATIEI) license plate O.K. in N.H. New ltampshire who purchase e Presidential ural license plates will to display them on vehicles beginning Jan. ,n|as A, Power, Director l)epartn|ent of Safety's is|on of Motor Vehicles, d that the plates may ,ed in place of the vehicle registration Only, through March 31 )lares, which sold to honor the of Ronald as the nations 40th )1. are nol available Division of Motor Vehicles said the Inaugural plates are the only plates allowed on the front of a vehicle in place of the regular green-on-while New tlamp- shire regish'alion plate at this time Any vehicle not displaying lhe Inaugural plate must have both the rear and fronl New llampshire plates displayed. IT'S A BOY A son, Michael Gordon, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Murray of Ryegate at Mrs. Hilchcock Memorial Hospital Dec. 22. may be obtained BOY ARRIVES e Presidential A baby son was born to Mr. Committee in and Mrs Lawrence Hibbard D.C. of Warren at Cottage Hospital actor of Motor Jan. 2. R00.00acquetball News J UNIOR RACQUETBALL RESULTS uet Shack and The Fountain of Youth teameo r talent to play other area clubs Junior players -' from 8 to 14 years old. oOdBarre (76) vs Racquet Shaek-Fountain of EdgeBurlington (72) vs Racquet Shack (56 representing the Racquet Shack were Susanne es on Hatch, Rich Saffo Jr., John Saffo, Jeff J. Jacobs, and Mathew Burnham. Juniors will ngton/:or a tournament on Saturday, January MENS LADDER (Red) Jim Barton 21-20. 21-20 -1-12, 19-21, 11-5 rroll over Larry Lavoie 21-15, 21-16 Ned McLure 21-19, 21-15 over Ned McLure 21-12, 21-10 ze Beauvais 21-11,21-20 LADIES LADDER RESULTS )ie Buell over Shirley Morris 21-18, 21-16 ]cane{re Enderson 21-12, 21-12 ey Morris over Louise llarrison 21-17, 21-11 Douglas E. ('lark, 42, N. h|verhili; Gordon A. Penoff, 47. I,ittleto|l: l'eter S. Lipson, 35. Sugar llill: Ernest F. McConnell. 35. Littleton: Alberl J. Rozzi. 34. W. l,ebanon David A. Smith. 22. I x,I)anon: Frank A. Smith. Jr., 21, W. Topsham: Kenneth P. Wallace. 32. Thetford. hnplied ('onsent l,aw James ll. Adams. 36. l,banon: Theresa Bredeur. 53. ('anaan. Reckless Operation John B. Bar|'y, 34. W. Canaan: Cynthia M. Provencal, 17, Canaan. Three ('onvictions Kevin E..ludd. 21, Lebal)on. throws, two of them after.the gan|e was over. ltis first crucial l'rt'o|'n|anee at tl|e foul line I)roke a 58-58 tie with 14 seconds to ph|y and his second Irip aflcr hc was fouled al lhe buzzer put il o|| ice. i'eter Ih,wc of S. Royal{on was game high scorer with 23 poinls. The win raised the BM If Bucks h)a {;-2 record Spartans down Engineers WIIITEFIELI)- White Mountain look both ends of a co-ed co||test against Wood- svillc, defcaling the Engi||eer boys 55-54 and Ihe girls 37-20. White Mounh|in's Richard l)uke was high scorer for the Spar{arts and for the game with 16 poinls, while Denise Roy of White Mnunlain topped the girls" gan|e with lO. Mike Ald|'ich and Mike Slayton scored 14 each in the Engineers h)sing effort, while Kare|| Brooks scored nine for Woodsy|lie i|| the gi|'ls' con- .test. Lisbon girls beat BMU IASTON Paced by Lind', ('lough's 20 poinls, the Lisbon girls outscored Blue Mountain }-41 in whal Coach Graham Perhani called "their best game of the year." The Panthers survived a 16- poinl |'ampage by BMU's Kim W|'ighl, who finished as game high scorer at 24 points. That game pnt ihe l,istum girls ai 4- 2 for lhe season, and BMU at 3- BMU girls defeat Chelsea WELLS RIVER--Blue Mountain tlnion's girls defealed Chelsea 36-34, scori||g nmsl of their points ( lti ill the second period. Chelsea. which came away wilh high scoring honors with Ka|'en Filzgerald's 18 points. threatened in the final quarter when BMU nelted only two poinls, but couldn'l overcome lhe earlier BMU lead. Thetfo00d scores upset TIIETPORD__ The{ford upset Masoama by a score of 57-55 despite a fourth quarter rally by the Royals that prompted Pan thers' {2each Bob Johnson to con|menl that it was a good lhing the game didn't last two minutes longer. "l! was really a good all- around team effort. We played some super defense early and capilalized on the turnovers off our press." Johnson ren|arked. BMU downs Danville WELLS RIVER--Blue Mou||tain. led by Andy Tayior's 18-point per- Listen to Jan, 19th Woodsville vs Littleton (Away) Girls ,Jan. 20th Woodsville vs Newfound (Home) Boys boys Vfihleals with 17 poinls and ('mdy Washbuln pacing sponsor Ibis ICaln will be in a lil etilnc opporlunity for lhc girls wilh 10. approxinlalely $7.800. The t]|(,se young conununity The ('onCold boys were parenls of lhese young inert n|end)crs will be greatly han|percd by the recenl Iossof have olganizcd tl|c Belgium al)P rceiatcd,'" said club Ihrec of lhcir regulars, while Boosh,r ('lub in an cffo|'I lo Sl)kcs|nan Michael Ackc| - file ('oneord girls couldn't raise Ihcse funds so Illal lhcir Inan. nlalc]i tile IKq'fOllnallCC of c]lihh'cn nlay experience Ihis ('iwcks |or COl|lributiolts Ihcir gallic higll scorer, "lln'illofalifetin|c." Illay be n|adc payable to TainniiAuslin. wilh Hipoinls. Thtv ill sponsor acliviiies BEIAHI;M IIOt)STEll ('LUB, sucli [is suptx, rs, ear washcs, ai|d addressed h) W)dsville and fl.l sah's i|| an clforl 1o IlighScl|ool raise a imrlion d' Ibis ex- )P Wants You On Skiis! Touring equipment &accesories Rentals $7.00 a day Open 7 days a week Package Deals at 20% off are still available Rt. 5 So. Newbury Vt. 866-5921 Newburv, flet a 50% b00on the toll calls you make. 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