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/ Page 8-The Journal Opinion-February 4, 11981 I Large Group Men&apos;s SUITS &. SPORT COATS 331/3% OFF Use Your Charge Account Woodsville, N.H. -St. Johnsbury, Vt. I I Illlllll  I I I . I I J II BE ALERT Sports . _1 Orford High School The Wildcats Orf rd dfe ts Lin d Olympians win; o e a -woo ?, ,, /d ()II"()RI) The Orford and I,isa Waterbury, Sallie ;: E  Varsity Ilys played well in a ('arler and Naiomi Smith sl)('cla('lllar ;,lllle against tan- played well. two needed BRADI"OItD-Some games come easier than others. The Oxbow boys' 61-57 win over the North Country Raiders wasn't one of the easy ones. It should have been. Leading by as many as 14 midway through the third quarter the game looked under control. Something happened and bore it was over, The Raiders nearly walked off with awin. It was a must game for the 6-6 Olympians. Going into the game Oxbow needed to win at least tl{ree more to even be considered for tournament play and North Country was considered one of the wins. Trombley's troops opened with their usual man to man, full court press defense and jumped into a quick 5-0 ad- vantage. Mike Stever con- Letterheads, Envelopes, Business Cards, Announcements, Book#ets, Pamphlets, Reports, Forms, Auction and Other Catalogs. All your printing needs can now be filled by calling Hugh Fox at -=- PRINT Depot Street, Brodfordl Vt, 05033 [ 802-222-9324 ,,, I ,, , , verted a 3 point play at 9:43 and Ron Huntington hit his first of four long jumpers. Souliere countered with two free throws before two more tluntington two pointers and field goal by Mike Munson. Little used Gary ttayward also dropped in a field goal for Oxbow helping them to a 15-9 first quarter lead. The tenacious defense put up by Oxbow allowed only nine field goal attempts by the Raiders in eight minutes. They cashed in on only one. Seven of nine free throws kept them in the game. Oxbow changed the pace in the second quarter going into a zone defense for much of the quarter. Mike and Kevin Stever seored in the first minute of play but Oxbow only kept even, giving up field goals to Gunn and Gosselin. After jumpers by Mike Stever, Huntington and Munson, the two Stevers again connected within a minute, opening the lead to 30-17 with three minutes to play. On the strength of the two pointers by Kevin Stever and Bruce Jacobs, Oxbow went into the lockerroom at the half, leading 35-24. In the first sixteen minutes of play, North Country failed to make a serious run at Oxbow's lead. At half time the game's pattern had been established. Twenty four fouls had been called by the officials and before the game was history, fifty-five shooting violations had been called. Three North Country starters fouled out, the other two had four. On the Oxbow side, things were about the same. Munson and Hun- t ington each finished the game with four apiece and four other Olympians had three each. Blistering the nets at 60 per cent the first half, Oxbow left their shooting touch in the Senior Chris Jacobs drives period action against North locker room. The Olympians were able to mnster only 3 of 12 field goals for the period, many at short range while the Raiders shot 7 for 18 from the floor, tlightighting the quarter were six consecutively missed foul shots by Oxbow when they could have put the game out of reach. Munson totaled four points for the quarter and the Stevers and Elwin Brooks hit on two each. lluntington who had a fine first half, along with Mike Siever. each scoring 10, had only one field goal attempt in the quarter. Oxbow still led at the third turn through. 45-40. the baseline during third Country. night while Huntington's 13 p(fints were made up of 5 of 15 field goals and 3 of 5 from the free throw line. Kevin Stever scored four and Brooks, Hayward and Brooks added two each. Teamwise Oxbow hit on 22 of 49 field goals and 17 of 40 three throws. A better foul shooting nigh{ could have ended the game alot quicker for the Olympians. North Country, led by Gosselin with t6, Griffith with 14 and Castle with 11. hit 33 per cent from the field and 72 per cent from the line. The Raider record is now 7-8 for the year and is in Class L competition. Oxbow plays host to Har- wood, 7-2 this Wednesday night, ttarwood's two losses have come at the hands of U-32 (who pasted Oxbow just l0 days ago) and St. Johnsbury 83-66 last Friday. MARCll OF DIMES March of Dimes medical service programs for emergency perinatal care provide for hot-lines between the medical center and local community hospitals. These hot-lines speed up procedures for mobilizing transport teams and vehicles to pick up and transport sick newborns. \\; ud,  itminl4 by a score of 81- 33 I liRh scorer Ior Orford was .h.tt Ilunlinl4ton. Other hoys aho SCOl'(,(I were Duane "l;im" \\;Villey. Peter Miyares, Marcus Ilarrington, (!lmrles Smilh. t'aal Miyares, Stephen ,Eilllh()l'll. I)av(, anborn, and ('linton Schwarz. Larry (lamer and Billy Baker, as gtiards. I)hl3cd a tast moving t2,alile, l R'IIIIiS Sinilh alld I{ichard ('aller denlonstraled Il.l dt,h.nsivt, positioning. Ilrian Davis played well. The coach, llari'y l.el/iiri'on was Vel'y proud of his loam, Boy's ,I.V, The girl's ,IV team heat l'rofile 25-20 Oil Monday. Good plays v(,re niade by all. Coach Thatcher was very proud of his tln(ll, feah, d Junior Varsity. The Ortord girls played a consistent game against I'rofih,, scoring eight points in each quarter. Profile defeated ()rlor(t with a score (if 39-32. J{alhleen Miller was high scorer for ()rtord witil eight poilils. Naionli Slliilh, a [restiman, }Ills conle oul this year as one ot ()rfor(l's finest rookies. Naiomi does well on varsity and is a starter on ,I .\\;'. Naiomi has unhlnied talent that she The .I.V. boys sufl'ered a has been refiniilg this year. close hiss against l'rofilc last Molldtiy. ()rf(ird scored many tfitds with fine shooting by I{i('hard ('arter. l,arry Osmer, I>,ill. Ilaker, l)ave Sanborn, IR,nnis Sniilh, and Brian lia\\;is Slephcn Sallborn llla)ed a striilig de[ense and t 'linhili St'hwarz supported his I(,;illi ell. SCOl'(,, 43-:19, I'rofite. Vai'ily The Varsily hoys played a slrong ganie against Profile Tnesda$. Thc ganle was close bul in lhe tinal quarter Profile pnlJed ahead. ()rford lost by 6 tfinls, 65+71. ,Jeff lluntington tas high scorer for Orford. <tlher ho)s who scored wel'e I)uane "l'inf' Willey, Marcus Ilarringlon. ('harles Smith, l'eh, r Miyart's, and Richard {'arler, Billy lhiker played xell, .h,ff I hint int2,l on, a sipholiiOi'l, al Orfol-d tligh, has played incredibly well tills seaSOli. ,left is a starter on the varsily lenin and so far this yl,ar is high SCOl'ei" xvilh a lolal of 2i1:1 poinls. Varsity { ;iris The (h'flu'd Rirls defeated I,inwood wilh a score of 46-24. The (h'ford girls Well with 12J'eal shoolilig hy Shal"yn \\;Vashhtirn, also high scorer; lall'a Schwarz; Shelly Smith; Waiida (oulermarsh: Kathleen Milhu': Wendy Messer; Dawn W(tward: Next year she will prove to be a nla,ior elenient ill Orford's Varsity t(,anl. NOTES ANI) COMMENTS Most people overvalue complinmnts and undervalue const ruclive criticism. C0m00unitYvormnnfC011ege short jumper for two points It's Not Late to Register for the Spring Semester Register at the high school the first night of class for any of the courses listed below. BRADFORD Adok=ent Monday, Feb. 9, 7.10 p.m. , Tuesday, Feb. 10, 6:30-9:40 p.m. m and Uare Ty, Feb. 10, 6:30-9:00 pn. W, Feb.l I, 3:6: p.m. Wednesday, Feb. Ii, 6:00-9:10 p.m. Prac00 I Thursday, Feb. 12, 6:00-9:00 p.m. Thursday, Feb.12, 6:30-9:40 p.m. t CHELSEA Thursday, . 12, 6:-9: p.m. Or choose from 100 others offered in Barre and Montpelier. Counselors will be available at registration to answer questions about Community College's Associate Degree and Financial Aid. Reg will be held at the College's offices until Februaff 9 against North Country last Friday. With one minute gone in the final stanza Oxbow had another chance to pull away. Leading 48-42 they had the opportunity for a five point play by virtue of a North Country technical. They only converted one point, keeping the game close. Both teams traded baskets for the next [wo minutes before Oxbow broke a pesky press on a fine pass from Huntington to Mike Stever for the layup. Munson also hit a key jumper at 3:53, making the score 55-50. Two free throws by Mike Stever were sandwiched between two field goal8 by Griffith and Castle, cuttingthe lead back to 3, 57-54 with 1:27 left. Huntington hit the first half of a one and one situation only to be matched by Griffith's single point. In the final 15 seconds both Munson and Mike Stever sunk free throws to cement the victory for Oxbow. Three Olympians scored in double figures, led by Mike Stever with 24, hitting 9 of 16 from the field and 6 of 14 from - the charity line. Mike Munson added 14 on a 4 of 9 and 6 of 14 WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COMPL rE W/rE SYSTEm, S INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI 15 N. Mi It I Bite NOTES & COMMENTS The mercy of God isn't toi purchased by cash c tributions. Love ...with pretty, practical Hallmark Valentine for Saturday, Feb. lz. A New Movie Camera That You Sound Off Like A Pro! I Sound XL-620 1 Lightweight and compact! Packed with sh, features--automatic lap dissolve and more! A true, low-light f/12 lens. 6X power zoom. Macro focus to 0" Automatically dissolve/fade. (Picture and sound). Built in multi-function timer (animation, interval shooting, self-timer, pre-set timin film end signal. CAMERA SHO HANOVER, N.H. 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I I J II BE ALERT Sports . _1 Orford High School The Wildcats Orf rd dfe ts Lin d Olympians win; o e a -woo ?, ,, /d ()II"()RI) The Orford and I,isa Waterbury, Sallie ;: E  Varsity Ilys played well in a ('arler and Naiomi Smith sl)('cla('lllar ;,lllle against tan- played well. two needed BRADI"OItD-Some games come easier than others. The Oxbow boys' 61-57 win over the North Country Raiders wasn't one of the easy ones. It should have been. Leading by as many as 14 midway through the third quarter the game looked under control. Something happened and bore it was over, The Raiders nearly walked off with awin. It was a must game for the 6-6 Olympians. Going into the game Oxbow needed to win at least tl{ree more to even be considered for tournament play and North Country was considered one of the wins. Trombley's troops opened with their usual man to man, full court press defense and jumped into a quick 5-0 ad- vantage. Mike Stever con- Letterheads, Envelopes, Business Cards, Announcements, Book#ets, Pamphlets, Reports, Forms, Auction and Other Catalogs. All your printing needs can now be filled by calling Hugh Fox at -=- PRINT Depot Street, Brodfordl Vt, 05033 [ 802-222-9324 ,,, I ,, , , verted a 3 point play at 9:43 and Ron Huntington hit his first of four long jumpers. Souliere countered with two free throws before two more tluntington two pointers and field goal by Mike Munson. Little used Gary ttayward also dropped in a field goal for Oxbow helping them to a 15-9 first quarter lead. The tenacious defense put up by Oxbow allowed only nine field goal attempts by the Raiders in eight minutes. They cashed in on only one. Seven of nine free throws kept them in the game. Oxbow changed the pace in the second quarter going into a zone defense for much of the quarter. Mike and Kevin Stever seored in the first minute of play but Oxbow only kept even, giving up field goals to Gunn and Gosselin. After jumpers by Mike Stever, Huntington and Munson, the two Stevers again connected within a minute, opening the lead to 30-17 with three minutes to play. On the strength of the two pointers by Kevin Stever and Bruce Jacobs, Oxbow went into the lockerroom at the half, leading 35-24. In the first sixteen minutes of play, North Country failed to make a serious run at Oxbow's lead. At half time the game's pattern had been established. Twenty four fouls had been called by the officials and before the game was history, fifty-five shooting violations had been called. Three North Country starters fouled out, the other two had four. On the Oxbow side, things were about the same. Munson and Hun- t ington each finished the game with four apiece and four other Olympians had three each. Blistering the nets at 60 per cent the first half, Oxbow left their shooting touch in the Senior Chris Jacobs drives period action against North locker room. The Olympians were able to mnster only 3 of 12 field goals for the period, many at short range while the Raiders shot 7 for 18 from the floor, tlightighting the quarter were six consecutively missed foul shots by Oxbow when they could have put the game out of reach. Munson totaled four points for the quarter and the Stevers and Elwin Brooks hit on two each. lluntington who had a fine first half, along with Mike Siever. each scoring 10, had only one field goal attempt in the quarter. Oxbow still led at the third turn through. 45-40. the baseline during third Country. night while Huntington's 13 p(fints were made up of 5 of 15 field goals and 3 of 5 from the free throw line. Kevin Stever scored four and Brooks, Hayward and Brooks added two each. Teamwise Oxbow hit on 22 of 49 field goals and 17 of 40 three throws. A better foul shooting nigh{ could have ended the game alot quicker for the Olympians. North Country, led by Gosselin with t6, Griffith with 14 and Castle with 11. hit 33 per cent from the field and 72 per cent from the line. The Raider record is now 7-8 for the year and is in Class L competition. Oxbow plays host to Har- wood, 7-2 this Wednesday night, ttarwood's two losses have come at the hands of U-32 (who pasted Oxbow just l0 days ago) and St. Johnsbury 83-66 last Friday. MARCll OF DIMES March of Dimes medical service programs for emergency perinatal care provide for hot-lines between the medical center and local community hospitals. These hot-lines speed up procedures for mobilizing transport teams and vehicles to pick up and transport sick newborns. \\; ud,  itminl4 by a score of 81- 33 I liRh scorer Ior Orford was .h.tt Ilunlinl4ton. Other hoys aho SCOl'(,(I were Duane "l;im" \\;Villey. Peter Miyares, Marcus Ilarrington, (!lmrles Smilh. t'aal Miyares, Stephen ,Eilllh()l'll. I)av(, anborn, and ('linton Schwarz. Larry (lamer and Billy Baker, as gtiards. I)hl3cd a tast moving t2,alile, l R'IIIIiS Sinilh alld I{ichard ('aller denlonstraled Il.l dt,h.nsivt, positioning. Ilrian Davis played well. The coach, llari'y l.el/iiri'on was Vel'y proud of his loam, Boy's ,I.V, The girl's ,IV team heat l'rofile 25-20 Oil Monday. Good plays v(,re niade by all. Coach Thatcher was very proud of his tln(ll, feah, d Junior Varsity. The Ortord girls played a consistent game against I'rofih,, scoring eight points in each quarter. Profile defeated ()rlor(t with a score (if 39-32. J{alhleen Miller was high scorer for ()rtord witil eight poilils. Naionli Slliilh, a [restiman, }Ills conle oul this year as one ot ()rfor(l's finest rookies. Naiomi does well on varsity and is a starter on ,I .\\;'. Naiomi has unhlnied talent that she The .I.V. boys sufl'ered a has been refiniilg this year. close hiss against l'rofilc last Molldtiy. ()rf(ird scored many tfitds with fine shooting by I{i('hard ('arter. l,arry Osmer, I>,ill. Ilaker, l)ave Sanborn, IR,nnis Sniilh, and Brian lia\\;is Slephcn Sallborn llla)ed a striilig de[ense and t 'linhili St'hwarz supported his I(,;illi ell. SCOl'(,, 43-:19, I'rofite. Vai'ily The Varsily hoys played a slrong ganie against Profile Tnesda$. Thc ganle was close bul in lhe tinal quarter Profile pnlJed ahead. ()rford lost by 6 tfinls, 65+71. ,Jeff lluntington tas high scorer for Orford. <tlher ho)s who scored wel'e I)uane "l'inf' Willey, Marcus Ilarringlon. ('harles Smith, l'eh, r Miyart's, and Richard {'arler, Billy lhiker played xell, .h,ff I hint int2,l on, a sipholiiOi'l, al Orfol-d tligh, has played incredibly well tills seaSOli. ,left is a starter on the varsily lenin and so far this yl,ar is high SCOl'ei" xvilh a lolal of 2i1:1 poinls. Varsity { ;iris The (h'flu'd Rirls defeated I,inwood wilh a score of 46-24. The (h'ford girls Well with 12J'eal shoolilig hy Shal"yn \\;Vashhtirn, also high scorer; lall'a Schwarz; Shelly Smith; Waiida (oulermarsh: Kathleen Milhu': Wendy Messer; Dawn W(tward: Next year she will prove to be a nla,ior elenient ill Orford's Varsity t(,anl. NOTES ANI) COMMENTS Most people overvalue complinmnts and undervalue const ruclive criticism. C0m00unitYvormnnfC011ege short jumper for two points It's Not Late to Register for the Spring Semester Register at the high school the first night of class for any of the courses listed below. BRADFORD Adok=ent Monday, Feb. 9, 7.10 p.m. , Tuesday, Feb. 10, 6:30-9:40 p.m. m and Uare Ty, Feb. 10, 6:30-9:00 pn. W, Feb.l I, 3:6: p.m. Wednesday, Feb. Ii, 6:00-9:10 p.m. Prac00 I Thursday, Feb. 12, 6:00-9:00 p.m. Thursday, Feb.12, 6:30-9:40 p.m. t CHELSEA Thursday, . 12, 6:-9: p.m. Or choose from 100 others offered in Barre and Montpelier. Counselors will be available at registration to answer questions about Community College's Associate Degree and Financial Aid. Reg will be held at the College's offices until Februaff 9 against North Country last Friday. With one minute gone in the final stanza Oxbow had another chance to pull away. Leading 48-42 they had the opportunity for a five point play by virtue of a North Country technical. They only converted one point, keeping the game close. Both teams traded baskets for the next [wo minutes before Oxbow broke a pesky press on a fine pass from Huntington to Mike Stever for the layup. Munson also hit a key jumper at 3:53, making the score 55-50. Two free throws by Mike Stever were sandwiched between two field goal8 by Griffith and Castle, cuttingthe lead back to 3, 57-54 with 1:27 left. Huntington hit the first half of a one and one situation only to be matched by Griffith's single point. In the final 15 seconds both Munson and Mike Stever sunk free throws to cement the victory for Oxbow. Three Olympians scored in double figures, led by Mike Stever with 24, hitting 9 of 16 from the field and 6 of 14 from - the charity line. Mike Munson added 14 on a 4 of 9 and 6 of 14 WELL DRILLING ROTARY HAMMER DRILLING. 20 YEARS DRILLING EXPERIENCE COMPL rE W/rE SYSTEm, S INSTALLED FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL OR WRITE The E. BENEDINI 15 N. Mi It I Bite NOTES & COMMENTS The mercy of God isn't toi purchased by cash c tributions. Love ...with pretty, practical Hallmark Valentine for Saturday, Feb. lz. A New Movie Camera That You Sound Off Like A Pro! I Sound XL-620 1 Lightweight and compact! Packed with sh, features--automatic lap dissolve and more! A true, low-light f/12 lens. 6X power zoom. Macro focus to 0" Automatically dissolve/fade. (Picture and sound). Built in multi-function timer (animation, interval shooting, self-timer, pre-set timin film end signal. CAMERA SHO HANOVER, N.H. SALE PRICE WCL (1.12 ca.) (see u.) $a4 =. (59 ea.) PRODUCT KLEENEX Facial 280 ct. KLEENEX Man Size 60 ct. KLEENEX Casuals 100 ct. KLEENEX Little Travelers 70 ct. KLEENEX Facial 125 ct. KLEENEX Pocket, Pack 16 ct. 'TERI Towels jumbo PACKING 24 boxes 24' boxes 36 boxes 48 boxes 36 boxes 15 boxes 30 rolls 36 pkg. rolls KLEENEX Dinner Napkins 50 ct. Route 10, No. Haverhill, N,H. Tel. (603) 787-6981 tor more  Phone 47941163 or 828-2801 Artesian We.II Co. B(.r' V.e' D, ve R D Btre. V' 476 4832 30 YEARS EXPIRIENCl ORDER (69 ea.) : $28.80 cs. (80,: u.) TOTAL CASES: ORDER DDLiNE: SARDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1! PICK UP ON: FRIDAY, 27, eb. 4tt 14