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February I0, 1982-The Journal Opininn-Page 5 Sl 00_at_e p " . Oxbow,irls win two -. -- i / , Ron Ham(the(on scores l O00th point ' Thoughts on the .... 00pons Out-of-Door lavdown bid bl00hte]00s, more,omaVweng e loss .,_, the stretch run, Oxbow s girls end of the first quarter, the Imnc,nvtmonta made at b, o., w. .... ) Olympians dump U-32--52-51 -- "g "' did. Leading only 9-8 at the... ..... basketball team put together Olympians then ran up the "l=ffit'=A ,v,L,,ffi,,, - * - MONTPELIER-- Inn gritty, two wins and one loss, upping score, 28-22 at the half, 45-32at Glen cliff e'Jer "-m home LOON SURVEYCOMPLETED hard-fought battle, Oxbow their record to 12-6 with two the end of three, and out- Loon which is no longer common in Vermont ueen the object of a survey carried out each year since Most people equate the beautiful birds and their distinct With unspoiled waters. With the encorachment of man toil yearly, many people have only heard about or study of the breeding status of the loon was funded L matching grant from the North American Loon Fund. It Conducted by the Vermont Institute of Natural Science I the cooperation of the Vermont Fish and Game total of 57 lakes and ponds were visited during the 1981 study. The bodies of water were chosen as possible because of historical records, current sightings he body of water. some findings of hope. Successful nesting took on and Seymour Lakes which have high ! activity. Neither lake had any loon breeding years. may have allowed some loons to nest before on some lakes got high enough to disturb the was a sizable decrease in the total number of adult 1981. The total last year was 56 loons compared :he previous survey. nesting rafts were constructed and placed on arden John Kapusta and David Brown of the Institute in Craftsbury did most of the work on the intent is to provide safe havens for nesting. The rafts been used in Vermont for three years to protect the fron water fluctuation, predators and haman distur- Vermont wardens did a lot of work surveying the in-their districts and they were aided by many in- citizens who own camps along the lakes or are just preserving the Icons. BEAVER SEASON ENDS SUNDAY mt beaver trapping season ends at 4 p.m. on 14 in the southern zone. dividing line in eastern Vermont is Route 302. The is open in the north until 4 p.m. on March 7. be taken to a warden for tagging before sale withirr 10 days of the close of the season. NO BOBCAT EXPORTS June Green of the U.S. District Court for the District recently continued an injunction prohibiting the Fish and Wildlife Service from authorizing export of pelts taken after July I, 1981. The effect of the court is to prevent the export out of the country of any pelts this season. VERMONT FISH RECORDS of Fisheries, Angelo Incerpi, has released the of the winners of the t981 fishing records. There are |tegories, annual records and state records, which have since 1969. The angler catching the biggest fish of year was the best year for record setting as 12 state broken. said, "This substantiates what we have been ,,r seven! years: Vermont has the greatest variety of ,4 o-.:iwater hshing found in the Northeast." .?, mt .sought after records fell this past year. A ,t pouna lake trout that was 43 and a half inches long list. Also taken was a 12 pound eight ounce walleye was 31 inches long. of the less glamorous speciea van urovide t sport t they too set records. For examine a 1d  and a sneepsnead and a 37 potmd nine ounce carp well as new records. WEEKEND ACTIVITIES big event this coming weekend is the Great Bemon Thousands of anglers from all over the east on the ice for the two day event. Sunday afternoon with Commissioner Kohoe prizes. is also the meeting of the Vermont Federation of s which will be held at Brandon. of the session will be devoted to hearing from of- Rep. Stub Earle, Chairman of the House Fish Game Committee will be speaking. Kehoe and I will be at the morning session the lake. broke a six game losing streak against the U-32 Raiders, 52- 51, in a game highlighted by senior guard Ron Huntington scoring his 1,000th point with 7:17 remaining in the contest. Huntington notched his history making shot from 15 feet on the left hand side of the court, opening up a 42-35 lead for the Olympians. His most important points of the night, however, were two clutch free throws (points 1003, 1004) with only 11 seconds left in the game. That made the score 52- 49. Oxbow had the win, and Huntington had his place in Oxbow basketball history. According to record books from the schoolboy history, Huntington has become the . first Vermont player to score both 1000 points in basketball and over 90 goals in his soccer career. Back to the game Oxbow needed the win to ensure them consideration in the state playdowns. After spotting U- 32 a 4-2 lead, Huntington hit a jumper from the outside, Brian Page sunk a two pointer Men's Round Robin Ken Harward won the Monday match with 60 points. In second place was Norm Farr, third was Mike Knight; fourth, Steve Whalen; fifth, Brad Farr; sixth, Chip Ulery; seventh, Jeff Lyman. The winner on Friday was Norm Farr, second, Deano Powell; third, Peter Belyea; fourth, Dave Southworth; fifth, Ken Harwood; sixth, John Saffo. Ladies Advanced League Steffie Saffo won three from Sandy Morris, Sarah Davis (3) over Diana Walker (0), Susanne Smith (3) over Pat Wolfe (0); Penny Scruton (3) over Doris Savage; Sylvia Wheeler (2) over Diana Stoddard; Mary Ford (2) over Jeanette Enderson (I). Men's Advanced League Scott Davis (2) over Rich CONGRATULATIONS-- Kelly, after Huntington I WOODSVILLE-- Two cars collided on Saturday, Jan. 30 at the intersection of Route I0 and Horse Meadow Road in Woodsville at approximately 9:40 a.m., according to police. Police said Mary Hysong, 37, of N. Haverhill, failed to bring her 1979 Subaru to yield or stop at the intersection causing her vehicle to collide with a 1978 Plymouth driven by Giovanni Zampieri, 63, of Ryegate, Vt. Police said both vehicles Racquetball news t q /l. /l From Oxbow coach Jim scored his 1,000th point, against U-32, helping his team to a hard fought 52-51 win. from underneath and Charlie Page keeping tabs on the big Grant popped one in from the U-32 men underneath with side rallying Oxbow to an 8-4 Huntington and Gary lead at 4:14. The teams then Hayward harrassing the traded baskets as the quarter Raider ballhanders. Oxbow ended 11-8 in Oxbow's favor, outscored the Raiders 17-10 A tenacious defense took taking a 26-18 lead into the over in the second quarter Iockerroom at the half. with Dave Stever, Grant and Offensively for the Olympians Hayward accounted for six, second quarter points, Stever (playing an all around strong game) hit for seven, Hun- tington and Page two each. Oxbow's defense allowed the Raiders to connect on only five Saffo Jr. (I). Men's Intermediate League Marvin Harrison (3) over Steve Blood (0); Steve Blood (3) over Ned McLure and Norman Farr. Racquetball Action The Junior Team will host the strong Racquet's Edge kids on Sunday, Feb. 14. The Club team  host the Concord Club on Saturday, Feb. 13. Friday night is the ever popular "King and Queen" of the court. Last time, Rich Saffo Sr. and Jeanette Enderson were the winners. Ladies Novice League Sandy Morris leads with 17 points. Linda Rowe is second with 14 points. Diane Burgess is third with 10 points; Tina Clark, 6; Linda Smith, 5; Pat Zambon and Margo Farnham have one each. t HAVERHIIL POIIJCE REPORT receiving harrassing phone calls, according to police. Police said that the woman, Mary Young, received a number of harrassing phone calls on Jan. 23 and 27 from an unknown person. Police say the incidents have occurred several times. Young reported the calls to the police on Jan. 29 and the incidents are being in- vestigated. Bomb Threat WOODSVILLE-- Police were of 16 field goals while pouring in 6 of 11 themselves and adding five of eight from the charity line. APPLAUSE-- Ron Huntington's father. George, applauding with games left. Last Tuesday, Oxbow fell to a strong Nor- thfield squad, 46-45 and then blew Randolph back over the mountain 79-26, and sent the Hanover Mauraders packing to the tune of 60-40. Against Northfield, Oxbow kept close all the way, but didn't have the 'killer instinct' to put the game away when they had a chance. The Olympians started out strong, building up a 17-12 first quarter lead on the strength of Karin Dwyer's work at both ends of the court. The middle two periods were all Northfields, out- scoring the listless Oxbow team 22-13, holding a 34-30 third quarter lead. The final eight minutes enabled Oxbow to pull in front by as many as three, but down the stretch, it was the poise of Northfield that spelled the difference. Northfield, now 16-1 (only loss coming at Oxbow 44-41) will be one of the barracades in Oxbow's quest for a State Championship beginning in two weeks. Karin Dwyer led all scorers with 19, followed by Kathy Peterson with 12, Martha and Angle Dobbins *with seven and five, and Jody Pratt, having an off night totaling two points. Randolph came to Oxbow on Thursday and probably wished they had stayed at home Completely out- manned, and outclassed to the bad tune of 79-26. It was another case of Oxbow dominating every facet of the game. Shooting, rebounding, hustling, and nearly tur- novers, in coasting to their eleventh win. The game could not have even been considered a good practice session as the Olympians held quarter leads of 24-6, 37-12, 56-20, winning 79- 26 going away. Karin Dwyer, second leading scorer in the Upper Valley scored 17, with the improving guard duo of Angle and Martha Dobbins con- tributing 14 and 12 respec- tively. Kathy Peterson hit for eight points and Heidi Osgoed Seven. Judy Pratt and Suzie Pierson hit for six each, the rest of the crowd after Brenda Peterson for five and his son hit for his 1,000th Janine Teeter four in the one point, sided rout. Saturday, Oxbow was out to Whatever happened in the avenge an early season era- U-32 Iockerroom at the half barrassing loss to the Hanover helped the Raiders. They were Marauders, and avenge it they a different team in the second half. Taking only 25 shots in the first half, they threw up that many, and one more in the third quarter, whittling the Oxbow lead down to five, 40-35 at the buzzer Keeping Oxbow in the game was Stever, stinging the nets for four baskets in five attempts. Huntington added two goals, leaving him two points shy of I000, and Greg Garone connected on a nice were damaged in the incident, alerted to a bomb threat at breakaway layup. Stever's Road conditions at the time Woodsville High School on final basket of the quarter of the accident were described Jan. 28 at approximately 8:00 came at the buzzer after Dale . as"dry," according to police, a.m. by school officials. Slack's jumper had brought Hysong was issued a Police say that they do not the Raiders within 3, 38-35 citation as a result of the in- know who called in the threat with nine seconds left. cident, said police, but said that the caller's voice 1000th Point Wednesday, Feb. 10 Speeding Violation was that of a female. In the fourth quarter, U-32 Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Trustees, 7:00 p.m. V-RHILL: School Board, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11 Selectmen, 4:00 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12 : Haverhill District Court, 2:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15 : Haverhill Selectmen, 7:00 p.m. rLAVERHILL: Grafton County Commissioners, 10:30 a.m. LtRLEE: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16 Commissioners, 7: 00 p.m. Selectmen, 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17 Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. t: Trustees, 7:30 p.m. WOODSVILLE-- Police say that they stopped Marc Krulewitz of Wells River, on Saturday, Jan. 30 and issued him a court summons for a speeding violation. Police said Krulewitz was driving his vehicle at 50 miles per hour in a 30 mile per hour zone. The incident reportedly occurred on Central Street in Woodsville. A date for the case to appear in court was set for Feb. 26. Phone Calls WOODSVILLE-- A North Court Street, Woodsviile woman, has reportedly been Laboratories, a division of Lincoln, Nebraska 68501 Shrink g Of AREA SCHOOL LUNCH Orford Schoo& For the week of Feb. 10 to 19: Wednesday-- Beef & bacon burgers, salad, fruit. Thursday-- Chicken-rice, peas, cookies. Friday-- Pizza, salad, gelatin. NO SCHOOL WEEK OF FEB. 15 TO 19. Blue Mountain Union School For the week of Feb. 10 to 19: Wednesday-- Oven Baked Chicken, mashed potato, rolls, corn, pudding, milk. Thursday-- Corn Chowder, peanut butter-jelly sandwich, brownie, milk. Friday-- Kangaroos, potato stix, fresh fruit, milk. NO SCHOOL FEB. 15 TO 19. hy inflammation found a medica- ern cases gives SOft pads protect porary relief for from pain, while medicated disks of the work to remove corns. No adi Summons Issued WOODSVtLLE-- A 16 year old youth was issued a summons to appear in Haverhill District Court on charges of operating an of frond vehicle on a public way according to police. Police say the Jan. 26 in- cident occurred in the Woodsviile High School parking lot. Stephen Robbins of.Park Street in Woodsville was the operator o[ the vehicle, according to police. Noninspection WOODSVILLE-- Police say they issued a summons to a man in Woodsville on Jan. 26 for operating an uninspected _vehicle. The man, Bruce Allsop of Beech Street in Woodsville, was given a date of Feb. 26 to appear in Haverhill District Court to answer the charge. DWI N. HAVERHILL-- A Wood- sville man was arrested on Jan. 26 at approximately 10:40 p.m.. on Route I0 in N. llaverhili for allegedly driving while intoxicated, according !o police. The man, Dale R. Fadden of Davis tlighway in Woodsville, was released after lling bail of $1.50. Fadden was given a date of Feb. 19 to appear in Haverhill Distric! Court to answerthe charges. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE orano County Mental Health TOLL FREE 1.800-0022-4244 guard Slack missed a layup after the jump, and Oxbow came down the floor, with Huntington popping in his jumper for I000 points. In a short ceremony Oxbow coach Jim Kelley presented the game ball to Huntington after (please turn to page 7) ..... :>: INTENSITY-- Ron Huntington's mother, Donna, watching the game with intensity during her son's quest for his 1,000tb point. TASKER'S We Need Your Business! 603-942-8173 603-942-5581 NORTHWOOD, N.H. Mon., Feb, 15 "C" Division 'rue., Feb. 16 "B" Division Thu., Feb. 18 "A" Division Sat., Feb. 20 I I l l scoring their opponents 15-8 in the one-sided final quarter. GI,ENCI,IFF- Judy Lupien, tilat are introduced to enrich representing (he Glencliff lheirlives. Hanover was jinxed by a Iiome for tim Flderly, on The talk was well reccived. poor shooting afternoon, hitting on only 16 of 76 field Wednesday. Jan. 27. ad- Mrs. Lupien was rt'ently goals. Many times during the dressed :he Plymouth Rotary appointed to the Board of the game they would get shot Club. North Country Senior Aclion after shot off the offensive She explained the general Grass Rvots Advisbry, Stale operation of file facility and Counsel on Aging. boards but not be able to spoke of changes made to up- (he function of this group is to connect . . . sometimes not dale ils' operation such as the make people aware of the even getting close. inslalling of a new pen stock, nt,ds of the elderly and t( On the other side of the lhe improvement of the power make life better for them. She court, Oxbow was able to cash plant, the water wheel. She represents the Glencliff llom(. in on 25 of 55 field goals, but spoke also on the care of the for the Elderly on Iheboard. only a lowly 10-28 per- formance from the foul line. residents and the p,'ot,'a ms Kathy Peterson and Karin " - =- "" Dwyer scored four points each  I in the first quarter, while the defense harrassed Hanover to no end, enabling them to'[ CdlJDePdol-603-448-37|7 I connect on only four of 20 field (please turn to page 7) SALES g SERVICE BAGS g SUPPtlES. WYKR IS THE ONE! Team, Evening .Basketbal Games Aired Over Feb. 10-- North Country at Oxbow (Boys) Feb. 12 -- Mascoma at Woodsville (Girls) b Feb. 13-- 2:30 P.M. Woodstock at Oxbow (Boys) Feb. 16-- Danville at Lisbon.(Boys) I I Ill II I 26th Annual BRADFORD JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE February 15, 16, 18, and 20, 1982. Oxbow High School Special Division Grades 5-8 Ptermont vs Fairlee (Boys) Trophy Presentation Special Division Haverhill "B" (Girls) -- U-36 (Girls) Haverhill "B" (Boys) -- U-36 (Boys) Oxbow"B" (Girls) -- Fairlec (Girls) Oxbow "B" (Boys) -- Thetford (Boys) Orford vs St. J "B" (Boys) Lyndon vs Blue Mtn. (Boys) Orford vs Blue Mtn. (Girls) Lyndon vs The(ford (Girls) Haverhill vs St. J (Girls) Haverhill vs St. J (Boys) Oxbow vs Hanover (Girls) Oxbow vs Hanover (Boys) "C" Girls Consolation Game "C" Boys Consolation Game "C" Girls Championship "C" Boys Championship "C" Division Trophies and Awards "B" Girls Consolation Game "B" Boys Consolatlon "B" Girls Championship "B" Boys Championship "B" Division Trophies and Awards "A" Girls Consolation "A" Boys Consolation "A" Girls Championship "A" Boys Championship "A" Division Trophies and Awards Sponsored by Bradford National Bank 4:00 5:00 g:00 7:00 8:00 5:00 6:0O 7:00 8:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:OO 9:00a.m, 10:00a.m, 11:00 a.m. 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 February I0, 1982-The Journal Opininn-Page 5 Sl 00_at_e p " . Oxbow,irls win two -. -- i / , Ron Ham(the(on scores l O00th point ' Thoughts on the .... 00pons Out-of-Door lavdown bid bl00hte]00s, more,omaVweng e loss .,_, the stretch run, Oxbow s girls end of the first quarter, the Imnc,nvtmonta made at b, o., w. .... ) Olympians dump U-32--52-51 -- "g "' did. Leading only 9-8 at the... ..... basketball team put together Olympians then ran up the "l=ffit'=A ,v,L,,ffi,,, - * - MONTPELIER-- Inn gritty, two wins and one loss, upping score, 28-22 at the half, 45-32at Glen cliff e'Jer "-m home LOON SURVEYCOMPLETED hard-fought battle, Oxbow their record to 12-6 with two the end of three, and out- Loon which is no longer common in Vermont ueen the object of a survey carried out each year since Most people equate the beautiful birds and their distinct With unspoiled waters. With the encorachment of man toil yearly, many people have only heard about or study of the breeding status of the loon was funded L matching grant from the North American Loon Fund. It Conducted by the Vermont Institute of Natural Science I the cooperation of the Vermont Fish and Game total of 57 lakes and ponds were visited during the 1981 study. The bodies of water were chosen as possible because of historical records, current sightings he body of water. some findings of hope. Successful nesting took on and Seymour Lakes which have high ! activity. Neither lake had any loon breeding years. may have allowed some loons to nest before on some lakes got high enough to disturb the was a sizable decrease in the total number of adult 1981. The total last year was 56 loons compared :he previous survey. nesting rafts were constructed and placed on arden John Kapusta and David Brown of the Institute in Craftsbury did most of the work on the intent is to provide safe havens for nesting. The rafts been used in Vermont for three years to protect the fron water fluctuation, predators and haman distur- Vermont wardens did a lot of work surveying the in-their districts and they were aided by many in- citizens who own camps along the lakes or are just preserving the Icons. BEAVER SEASON ENDS SUNDAY mt beaver trapping season ends at 4 p.m. on 14 in the southern zone. dividing line in eastern Vermont is Route 302. The is open in the north until 4 p.m. on March 7. be taken to a warden for tagging before sale withirr 10 days of the close of the season. NO BOBCAT EXPORTS June Green of the U.S. District Court for the District recently continued an injunction prohibiting the Fish and Wildlife Service from authorizing export of pelts taken after July I, 1981. The effect of the court is to prevent the export out of the country of any pelts this season. VERMONT FISH RECORDS of Fisheries, Angelo Incerpi, has released the of the winners of the t981 fishing records. There are |tegories, annual records and state records, which have since 1969. The angler catching the biggest fish of year was the best year for record setting as 12 state broken. said, "This substantiates what we have been ,,r seven! years: Vermont has the greatest variety of ,4 o-.:iwater hshing found in the Northeast." .?, mt .sought after records fell this past year. A ,t pouna lake trout that was 43 and a half inches long list. Also taken was a 12 pound eight ounce walleye was 31 inches long. of the less glamorous speciea van urovide t sport t they too set records. For examine a 1d  and a sneepsnead and a 37 potmd nine ounce carp well as new records. WEEKEND ACTIVITIES big event this coming weekend is the Great Bemon Thousands of anglers from all over the east on the ice for the two day event. Sunday afternoon with Commissioner Kohoe prizes. is also the meeting of the Vermont Federation of s which will be held at Brandon. of the session will be devoted to hearing from of- Rep. Stub Earle, Chairman of the House Fish Game Committee will be speaking. Kehoe and I will be at the morning session the lake. broke a six game losing streak against the U-32 Raiders, 52- 51, in a game highlighted by senior guard Ron Huntington scoring his 1,000th point with 7:17 remaining in the contest. Huntington notched his history making shot from 15 feet on the left hand side of the court, opening up a 42-35 lead for the Olympians. His most important points of the night, however, were two clutch free throws (points 1003, 1004) with only 11 seconds left in the game. That made the score 52- 49. Oxbow had the win, and Huntington had his place in Oxbow basketball history. According to record books from the schoolboy history, Huntington has become the . first Vermont player to score both 1000 points in basketball and over 90 goals in his soccer career. Back to the game Oxbow needed the win to ensure them consideration in the state playdowns. After spotting U- 32 a 4-2 lead, Huntington hit a jumper from the outside, Brian Page sunk a two pointer Men's Round Robin Ken Harward won the Monday match with 60 points. In second place was Norm Farr, third was Mike Knight; fourth, Steve Whalen; fifth, Brad Farr; sixth, Chip Ulery; seventh, Jeff Lyman. The winner on Friday was Norm Farr, second, Deano Powell; third, Peter Belyea; fourth, Dave Southworth; fifth, Ken Harwood; sixth, John Saffo. Ladies Advanced League Steffie Saffo won three from Sandy Morris, Sarah Davis (3) over Diana Walker (0), Susanne Smith (3) over Pat Wolfe (0); Penny Scruton (3) over Doris Savage; Sylvia Wheeler (2) over Diana Stoddard; Mary Ford (2) over Jeanette Enderson (I). Men's Advanced League Scott Davis (2) over Rich CONGRATULATIONS-- Kelly, after Huntington I WOODSVILLE-- Two cars collided on Saturday, Jan. 30 at the intersection of Route I0 and Horse Meadow Road in Woodsville at approximately 9:40 a.m., according to police. Police said Mary Hysong, 37, of N. Haverhill, failed to bring her 1979 Subaru to yield or stop at the intersection causing her vehicle to collide with a 1978 Plymouth driven by Giovanni Zampieri, 63, of Ryegate, Vt. Police said both vehicles Racquetball news t q /l. /l From Oxbow coach Jim scored his 1,000th point, against U-32, helping his team to a hard fought 52-51 win. from underneath and Charlie Page keeping tabs on the big Grant popped one in from the U-32 men underneath with side rallying Oxbow to an 8-4 Huntington and Gary lead at 4:14. The teams then Hayward harrassing the traded baskets as the quarter Raider ballhanders. Oxbow ended 11-8 in Oxbow's favor, outscored the Raiders 17-10 A tenacious defense took taking a 26-18 lead into the over in the second quarter Iockerroom at the half. with Dave Stever, Grant and Offensively for the Olympians Hayward accounted for six, second quarter points, Stever (playing an all around strong game) hit for seven, Hun- tington and Page two each. Oxbow's defense allowed the Raiders to connect on only five Saffo Jr. (I). Men's Intermediate League Marvin Harrison (3) over Steve Blood (0); Steve Blood (3) over Ned McLure and Norman Farr. Racquetball Action The Junior Team will host the strong Racquet's Edge kids on Sunday, Feb. 14. The Club team  host the Concord Club on Saturday, Feb. 13. Friday night is the ever popular "King and Queen" of the court. Last time, Rich Saffo Sr. and Jeanette Enderson were the winners. Ladies Novice League Sandy Morris leads with 17 points. Linda Rowe is second with 14 points. Diane Burgess is third with 10 points; Tina Clark, 6; Linda Smith, 5; Pat Zambon and Margo Farnham have one each. t HAVERHIIL POIIJCE REPORT receiving harrassing phone calls, according to police. Police said that the woman, Mary Young, received a number of harrassing phone calls on Jan. 23 and 27 from an unknown person. Police say the incidents have occurred several times. Young reported the calls to the police on Jan. 29 and the incidents are being in- vestigated. Bomb Threat WOODSVILLE-- Police were of 16 field goals while pouring in 6 of 11 themselves and adding five of eight from the charity line. APPLAUSE-- Ron Huntington's father. George, applauding with games left. Last Tuesday, Oxbow fell to a strong Nor- thfield squad, 46-45 and then blew Randolph back over the mountain 79-26, and sent the Hanover Mauraders packing to the tune of 60-40. Against Northfield, Oxbow kept close all the way, but didn't have the 'killer instinct' to put the game away when they had a chance. The Olympians started out strong, building up a 17-12 first quarter lead on the strength of Karin Dwyer's work at both ends of the court. The middle two periods were all Northfields, out- scoring the listless Oxbow team 22-13, holding a 34-30 third quarter lead. The final eight minutes enabled Oxbow to pull in front by as many as three, but down the stretch, it was the poise of Northfield that spelled the difference. Northfield, now 16-1 (only loss coming at Oxbow 44-41) will be one of the barracades in Oxbow's quest for a State Championship beginning in two weeks. Karin Dwyer led all scorers with 19, followed by Kathy Peterson with 12, Martha and Angle Dobbins *with seven and five, and Jody Pratt, having an off night totaling two points. Randolph came to Oxbow on Thursday and probably wished they had stayed at home Completely out- manned, and outclassed to the bad tune of 79-26. It was another case of Oxbow dominating every facet of the game. Shooting, rebounding, hustling, and nearly tur- novers, in coasting to their eleventh win. The game could not have even been considered a good practice session as the Olympians held quarter leads of 24-6, 37-12, 56-20, winning 79- 26 going away. Karin Dwyer, second leading scorer in the Upper Valley scored 17, with the improving guard duo of Angle and Martha Dobbins con- tributing 14 and 12 respec- tively. Kathy Peterson hit for eight points and Heidi Osgoed Seven. Judy Pratt and Suzie Pierson hit for six each, the rest of the crowd after Brenda Peterson for five and his son hit for his 1,000th Janine Teeter four in the one point, sided rout. Saturday, Oxbow was out to Whatever happened in the avenge an early season era- U-32 Iockerroom at the half barrassing loss to the Hanover helped the Raiders. They were Marauders, and avenge it they a different team in the second half. Taking only 25 shots in the first half, they threw up that many, and one more in the third quarter, whittling the Oxbow lead down to five, 40-35 at the buzzer Keeping Oxbow in the game was Stever, stinging the nets for four baskets in five attempts. Huntington added two goals, leaving him two points shy of I000, and Greg Garone connected on a nice were damaged in the incident, alerted to a bomb threat at breakaway layup. Stever's Road conditions at the time Woodsville High School on final basket of the quarter of the accident were described Jan. 28 at approximately 8:00 came at the buzzer after Dale . as"dry," according to police, a.m. by school officials. Slack's jumper had brought Hysong was issued a Police say that they do not the Raiders within 3, 38-35 citation as a result of the in- know who called in the threat with nine seconds left. cident, said police, but said that the caller's voice 1000th Point Wednesday, Feb. 10 Speeding Violation was that of a female. In the fourth quarter, U-32 Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Trustees, 7:00 p.m. V-RHILL: School Board, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11 Selectmen, 4:00 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12 : Haverhill District Court, 2:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15 : Haverhill Selectmen, 7:00 p.m. rLAVERHILL: Grafton County Commissioners, 10:30 a.m. LtRLEE: Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16 Commissioners, 7: 00 p.m. Selectmen, 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17 Selectmen, 7:30 p.m. Selectmen, 8:00 p.m. t: Trustees, 7:30 p.m. WOODSVILLE-- Police say that they stopped Marc Krulewitz of Wells River, on Saturday, Jan. 30 and issued him a court summons for a speeding violation. Police said Krulewitz was driving his vehicle at 50 miles per hour in a 30 mile per hour zone. The incident reportedly occurred on Central Street in Woodsville. A date for the case to appear in court was set for Feb. 26. Phone Calls WOODSVILLE-- A North Court Street, Woodsviile woman, has reportedly been Laboratories, a division of Lincoln, Nebraska 68501 Shrink g Of AREA SCHOOL LUNCH Orford Schoo& For the week of Feb. 10 to 19: Wednesday-- Beef & bacon burgers, salad, fruit. Thursday-- Chicken-rice, peas, cookies. Friday-- Pizza, salad, gelatin. NO SCHOOL WEEK OF FEB. 15 TO 19. Blue Mountain Union School For the week of Feb. 10 to 19: Wednesday-- Oven Baked Chicken, mashed potato, rolls, corn, pudding, milk. Thursday-- Corn Chowder, peanut butter-jelly sandwich, brownie, milk. Friday-- Kangaroos, potato stix, fresh fruit, milk. NO SCHOOL FEB. 15 TO 19. hy inflammation found a medica- ern cases gives SOft pads protect porary relief for from pain, while medicated disks of the work to remove corns. No adi Summons Issued WOODSVtLLE-- A 16 year old youth was issued a summons to appear in Haverhill District Court on charges of operating an of frond vehicle on a public way according to police. Police say the Jan. 26 in- cident occurred in the Woodsviile High School parking lot. Stephen Robbins of.Park Street in Woodsville was the operator o[ the vehicle, according to police. Noninspection WOODSVILLE-- Police say they issued a summons to a man in Woodsville on Jan. 26 for operating an uninspected _vehicle. The man, Bruce Allsop of Beech Street in Woodsville, was given a date of Feb. 26 to appear in Haverhill District Court to answer the charge. DWI N. HAVERHILL-- A Wood- sville man was arrested on Jan. 26 at approximately 10:40 p.m.. on Route I0 in N. llaverhili for allegedly driving while intoxicated, according !o police. The man, Dale R. Fadden of Davis tlighway in Woodsville, was released after lling bail of $1.50. Fadden was given a date of Feb. 19 to appear in Haverhill Distric! Court to answerthe charges. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE orano County Mental Health TOLL FREE 1.800-0022-4244 guard Slack missed a layup after the jump, and Oxbow came down the floor, with Huntington popping in his jumper for I000 points. In a short ceremony Oxbow coach Jim Kelley presented the game ball to Huntington after (please turn to page 7) ..... :>: INTENSITY-- Ron Huntington's mother, Donna, watching the game with intensity during her son's quest for his 1,000tb point. TASKER'S We Need Your Business! 603-942-8173 603-942-5581 NORTHWOOD, N.H. Mon., Feb, 15 "C" Division 'rue., Feb. 16 "B" Division Thu., Feb. 18 "A" Division Sat., Feb. 20 I I l l scoring their opponents 15-8 in the one-sided final quarter. GI,ENCI,IFF- Judy Lupien, tilat are introduced to enrich representing (he Glencliff lheirlives. Hanover was jinxed by a Iiome for tim Flderly, on The talk was well reccived. poor shooting afternoon, hitting on only 16 of 76 field Wednesday. Jan. 27. ad- Mrs. Lupien was rt'ently goals. Many times during the dressed :he Plymouth Rotary appointed to the Board of the game they would get shot Club. North Country Senior Aclion after shot off the offensive She explained the general Grass Rvots Advisbry, Stale operation of file facility and Counsel on Aging. boards but not be able to spoke of changes made to up- (he function of this group is to connect . . . sometimes not dale ils' operation such as the make people aware of the even getting close. inslalling of a new pen stock, nt,ds of the elderly and t( On the other side of the lhe improvement of the power make life better for them. She court, Oxbow was able to cash plant, the water wheel. She represents the Glencliff llom(. in on 25 of 55 field goals, but spoke also on the care of the for the Elderly on Iheboard. only a lowly 10-28 per- formance from the foul line. residents and the p,'ot,'a ms Kathy Peterson and Karin " - =- "" Dwyer scored four points each  I in the first quarter, while the defense harrassed Hanover to no end, enabling them to'[ CdlJDePdol-603-448-37|7 I connect on only four of 20 field (please turn to page 7) SALES g SERVICE BAGS g SUPPtlES. WYKR IS THE ONE! Team, Evening .Basketbal Games Aired Over Feb. 10-- North Country at Oxbow (Boys) Feb. 12 -- Mascoma at Woodsville (Girls) b Feb. 13-- 2:30 P.M. Woodstock at Oxbow (Boys) Feb. 16-- Danville at Lisbon.(Boys) I I Ill II I 26th Annual BRADFORD JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE February 15, 16, 18, and 20, 1982. Oxbow High School Special Division Grades 5-8 Ptermont vs Fairlee (Boys) Trophy Presentation Special Division Haverhill "B" (Girls) -- U-36 (Girls) Haverhill "B" (Boys) -- U-36 (Boys) Oxbow"B" (Girls) -- Fairlec (Girls) Oxbow "B" (Boys) -- Thetford (Boys) Orford vs St. J "B" (Boys) Lyndon vs Blue Mtn. (Boys) Orford vs Blue Mtn. (Girls) Lyndon vs The(ford (Girls) Haverhill vs St. J (Girls) Haverhill vs St. J (Boys) Oxbow vs Hanover (Girls) Oxbow vs Hanover (Boys) "C" Girls Consolation Game "C" Boys Consolation Game "C" Girls Championship "C" Boys Championship "C" Division Trophies and Awards "B" Girls Consolation Game "B" Boys Consolatlon "B" Girls Championship "B" Boys Championship "B" Division Trophies and Awards "A" Girls Consolation "A" Boys Consolation "A" Girls Championship "A" Boys Championship "A" Division Trophies and Awards Sponsored by Bradford National Bank 4:00 5:00 g:00 7:00 8:00 5:00 6:0O 7:00 8:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:OO 9:00a.m, 10:00a.m, 11:00 a.m. 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30