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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-June 3, 1981 I Sports + BRADFORD--Pam ltum- phrey and the Oxbow Olympians have done i! again. By virtue of a 2-0 Hum_phr00 hurls one.hitter ! )Oxbow girls advance in tourne00 whitewashing of liarwood, shutout of theseason. Oxbow s control problems throughout thrown out at third, Staci Humphrey and her team-record now stands at an un- the game, the first inning LumbratolarybethYandow. mfltes have collected their precedented 14-3. seeded 2nd being tile worst. Marsha Humphrey walked, and both sixth one-hitter and fifth Carbee and Angie Dobbins Dobbins and Humphrey ad- is both walked to start the in- vanced to second and third on =: +: 12-4 ning. Carbee later being a wild pitch. With one out, Marsha Carbee, Pam ltumphrey and Kris Herman congratulate each other after Saturday&apos;s 2-O victory over Harwood. in their division. Oxbow's next foe Winooski. sporting a record and the number one seed in division two playdowns Winner of Tuesday's game in Winooski will travel to Randolph this Saturday, playing the winner of Windsor vs. Burr and Burton for the State Cham- pionship I! wasn't easy for the Olympians against the Har- wood nine. Just two weeks ago, Oxbow completely demoralized the tlighlanders 28-0 and they were out to gain back some respect. Respect they earned, but Oxbow walked away with the victory. Paul Munn's team scored all the runs they needed in the first inning, without the help of a base hit. Harwood starter Jane! DeFreest experienced Paul Munn the Oxbow softball team surveys their opponents before last Harwood. Oxbow won 2-0 to enter the semi-finals. 00TENNIS ANYONE!![ Bonnie Oaks Tennis Club cordially invites one and all to become acquainted with our fine tennis facility and exciting schedule of tennis events this summer. On the weekends of June 6 & 7 and June 13 & 14, we are celebrating 'Meet The Pro Days'. Meet and play with our new WTS Pro, Ken Botecho. --Free unlimited court time --Free Junior clinic I0:00 A.M. each day Membership information and schedule of I events will be available. Free refreshments will be served. For further information call Bonnie Oaks 802- 333-4302, Lake Morey Road, Fairlee, Vermont. i I I II I I ADMISSION: '3.50 Adults q.00 Child m k COUP" , 00m00lgradford, Verm60000 m ular card [] o RACING E [] Streets & Coupes E [] Little League Night [] MOTORCYCLE RACING ALSO [] [] FRIDAY NIGHT m June 5, 8:00pm [] RAIN DATE SAT, 8:00 p.m. hlternate Rain Date mSunday 007:30 m [] [] [] m [] m [] m SAFE--Angle Dobbins slides into home with the first run of the game against Harwoed. cleanup hitter popped to the third baseman leaving it up to Annette Brooks. Brooks responded with a hard grounder to Yandow who chose to try and throw the runner out at home. Dobbins just heat the throw on a bang- bang play, putting Oxbow m front, l.o. Kris Herman flied to center, ending the inning. The only other score came in the third inning. Carbee and Dobbins were again the catalysts. After Carhee heat out a bunt down the third baseline, Munn directed Dobbins to do the same. Dobbins beat the throw and on Saturday's game against an error by the first baseman Oxbow's baseball team receiving congratulations from Coach Jim Kelley (No. 13) aiter,vict ry over Lrmim, U,Z st may  0xbew:  W. Rutla d o n Wednesday at 4 p.m. at Oxbow in the semi'finals.   I Conn. Valley Softball Southern Division Standings as of May 25 west division Thetford I ................. 5-0 Newbury .................. 4-0 Thetford II ................ 3-0 Pirates (Lyme) ........... 2-2 West Fairlee . .: ........... 1-2 Lake Morey ............... 1-3 3rd Rail (Fairlee) ......... 1-3 Lyme ..................... 0-3 Thetford Penquins ......... 0-4 EAST DIVISION Warren I .................. 5-0 Piermont ................. 4-0 Wentworth Kings .......... 3-1 Rumney .................. 2-2 Warren 13 ................. 2-2 Orfordville ............... 1-2 Wentworth ................ 1-4 Orford .................... 1-4 Orford 11 .................. 1-5 SCORES TO DATE Orford 22 Penquins 1 l Thet. 1 17 Orford 11 4 Newbury 12 Lake Morey 5 3rd Rail 19 W. Fairlee 14 Thet. 120 Pirates l0 Thet. II 16 Lyme 11 Tbet. I33 3rd Rail 4 W. Fairlee 13 Lake Morey 11 Thet: 1 24 Lyme 12 Thet, II 16 Pirates 10 Newbury 19 Penquins l 1 Newbury 12 3rd Rail 11 Pirates 20 3rd Rail 9/ Thet. II 18 Lake Morey 10 Newbury 15 Lyme 4 Pirates 16 W. Fairlee 12 Thet. IA0 Penquins 19 Lake Morey 17 Penquins 15 Warren 123 Wentworth 11 Piermont 16 Rumney 12 CONNECTICUT VALLEY LITTLE LEAGUE Piermont 44 STANDINGS Wentworth 8 Orford II 4 Thetford Orfordville 8 Newbury Orford II Bradford Blue Jays Rmnney 40rford Wentworth 8 Fairlee Orford 14 West Fairiee Warren 13 8 East Corinth Bradford Green Hornets Orford II 1 Topsham Orford 5 Orford 12 Orfordville 11 Wentworth 3 ONE MINUTE Kings 12 SPORTS QUIZ Warren138 Name the boxer credited Orford II 3 with being the first scientific Orford II 9 boxer. Answer on Classified page. Kings 12 Warren 1 15 Kings 14 Piermont 11 Rumney 15 Warren 1 33 Orford vi lie 24 Piermont 29 Rumney 8 Warren 1 13 Wentworth 23 Orford II 14 Warren I 13 Kings 9 Warren 13 19 Warren 13 13 LISTEN TO: also Wells River Valley Softball League Local High school BASEBALL Tournament Action One of Ihe neW ond umd or ond lmek In t11o Upper Volloy. r ItUtOmOliw I SCHEDULED BROADCASTS FROM MILLS MEMORIAL FIELD FOR WELLS RIVER SOFTBALL LEAGUE GAMES BY RADIO WYKR FOR 1981 DATE-GAME TIME Mon., June l--Carrier Hammers vs Colatina Exit 6:30 Tue., June 2--Rapid RubMsh vs Hobos 8:39 Mon., June &-South Ryegate vs Duds 6:30 Bernie Marvin Haverhill man plays lacrosse PLYMOUTH--Bernie Marvin we've played this season, but of Haverhill was a member of haven't much to show for it." the 1981 Plymouth State College lacrosse team. The 18-year-old Marvin is a freshman midfielder for the Panthers, who finished the season with a 2-9 record. "Bernie is a relatively inexperienced midfielder who has seen some action this season," says PSC .coach Dave Webster. "He'll he even better next season." "We had some good talent on the team, but we've got to improve our defense and our concentration for next year," says Webster. "I think we've held a lead over every team Plymouth State defeated a talented University of Ver- mont (12-II) and Castleton State (17-3) this season, but lost to such teams as Albany State University, Norwich University, Westfield State, Boston State, and Bowdoin. Marvin is a 1980 graduate of Wondsville High School where he competed on the football, soccer, wrestling and lacrosse teams. He is the son of B.A. and Polly Marvin of Haverhill and is a freshman business management major at Plymouth State College. Ladies goff group meets at Fairiee FAIRLEE--The Lake Morey whether or not they are Ladies Golf Association held members of Lake Morey. its first meeting of the 1981 Each week a different contest season May 14. Twelve is held. members werepresent. An18- Tee-off time is 9:00 a.m. hole tournament was held in Players are asked to come the morning. Twelve mere- about 15 minutes early to bers participated, allow time to form teams. Ladies Day takes place An invitational inter-club- every Thursday morning tournament will beheld July2 throughout the summer. Any and a member-guest tour- women players in the area is namentJuly30. 'welcome to join the group 4-O 5-1 Bradford summer 3-2 3-2 BRADFORD--The Bradford 2-3 Summer Recreation Com- 2-3 mittee under sponsorship of 2-3 the Connecticut Valley 2-4 Jaycees, Bradford Com- 0-5 reunify Club, and the School Department, plans to offer a free 3-week summer program for youth, ages 7-15, July 27 thru August 14, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Memorial Field. Activities to .be offered will include photography, golf, table games, camp crafts, recreation program dramatics, nature crafts, chess, dancing, arts and crafts, tennis, batik, hunter safety, first aid, gymnastics, reading, puppetry, guitar, wood carving and archery. Students in theSummer Youth Employment Service will help with teaching and supervision. Anyone in- terested in teaching the above classes should contact Carolyn Jefts, the Summer Recreation Coordinator, at 222-9387 or 222-5212. Morey Road Race set at Fairlee FAIRLEE--The second an-entry fee. nual Lake Morey 10-kilometer road race will be run Jmm 20, sponsored by the Green Mountain Athletic Association. Registration begins at 1 p.m. with the start of the race set for 2:30. There will bea $2 Oxbow athletes BRADFORD--The Oxbow Athletic Boosters Club will honor the athletes of Oxbow High School with a banquet in the high school cafeteria beginning at6 p.m. June9. The affair will honor student athletes who have par- The race will follow the read around Lake Morey, begin- ning at Camp Lanakil, at the north end of the lake. For more information, call Ken Boyd at (802) 864-5455 or (802) 864-0186. to be honored ticipated  in sports during the school year. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Chris Welgus, Dartmouth Woman's Basketball coach. Speeches will begin at 7:00 p.m. Indy pace car coming to N. H. CONCORD--The official pace Association are donating the car of the 1981 Indianapolis 500 car, one of 100 custom-made Race will be coming to New 1981 Buicks, to the New Hampshire in mid-June and Hampshire March of Dimes. will be displayed around the Watch for news of where and state before being raffled off when to see the pace car that in late fall to benefit the New started off this years Hampshire March of Dimes. Indianapolis 500. The Country Buick Dealers Swimming program at Halls NEWBURY--The Newbury and Bradford Recreation Committees will again sponsor the swimming program at Halls Lake in Newbury. All children ages four (4), by April first, to 18 are eligible. Classes will he Monday thru Friday beginning June 22 and ending July 17, from 10:00 a.m. TO 2:30 p.m. There will be a one dollar charge per child for the entire program to help defray costs. The registration slip below may be used TO sign up for the program. Any requests should he on the slip. Also note problems. One slip per child for program. New program should Cross card class level. Swimming be Kathy Welch, will be Beth Matilda Bear Ridge COUPES May 29, 1981 1st Qualifier 1.--14 Bob Adams 2.--50 Chuck Frazier 3.--21 Scott Spear 4.--16 Raymond Heath 2rid Qualifier I.--51 David Simpson 2.-- I Orin Howe 3.-- 6 C.V. Elms 4.--96 Bob Shepard 3rd Qualifier I.--56 Clayton Hatch 2.--98 Frank Keene 3.--54 Chuck Beede 4.---93 Dale Williams Ist Consolation 1.--77 Stuart Bean 2.-- 3 Ervine Eastman 3.--53 Dan Beede 4.--36 Ricky Roberts Semi-Feature 1.-- 6 C.V. Elms 2.--98 Frank Keene 3.--56 Clayton Hatch 4.--54 Chuck Beede 5.--50 Chuck Frazier 6.--14 Bob Adams Feature 1.-- 6 C.V. Elms 2.--77 Stuart Bean 3.--98 Frank Keene 4.-- 3 Ervine Eastman 5.--50 Chuck Frazier 6.--93 Dale Williams 7.--54 Chuck Beede 8.--51 David Simpson 9.--56 Clayton Hatch 10.-- 10rin Howe 11.--53 Dan Beede 12.--14 Bob Adams 13.--96 Bob Shepard 14.--16 Raymond Heath Streets May 29, 1st 2nd ( 4.--16 3rd ( 3.--11 4.-- 1 Rail 1.--61 3.--28 Fio 5.--31 6 2, 3.--11 5.--81 1.--61 Waynel 2.--18 Duncan E 7.--24 Alex 8.-- 1 Ralph 11.---81 13.--16 Richard 16.--29 Roger 17=-69 Doug COUPES POINT STANDINGS I.--98 Frank Keene, Chelsea, Vt ............... 2.-- 3 Ervine Eastman, E. Thetford, Vt ...... 3.-- 6 C.V. Elms, N. Haverhill, N.H .......... 4.--64 Robert Beede (Chuck), Barre, Vt ........ ., 5.--56 Clayton Hatch, E. Topsham, Vt ....... 6.--88 Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt ............. 7.--93 Dale Williams, E. Ryegate, Vt ......... 8.--53 Robert Beede (Dan), Barre, Vt ........ 9.-- 1Orin Howe, W. Lebanon, N.H ............... 10.--96 Bob Shephard, Graniteville, Vt ............. i 11.--51 David Simpson, Barre, Vt... : ............. 12.-- 7 Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt ................. 13.--50Chuck Frazier, White River, Vt ............. 14.--14 Bob Adams, S. Royalton, Vt .............. ' '! 14.--36 Ricky Roberts, Orange, Vt ................ " 15.--16 Raymond Heath, Warren, N.H ............. 16.--57 Doug Roberts, Barre, Vt ................... 17.--01 David Smith, White River, Vt .............. i 18.--21 Scott Spear, Goshen, N.H .......... 19.-- 5 Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ............... " 20.--42 Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ........ STREET DIVISION POINT STANDINGS 1.--61 Wayne Hazlett, Woodsville, N.H ....... 2.--11 Carroll Porter, Corinth, Vt ................. ' 3.--28 Floyd Jarvis, Northfield, Vt ............... ' 3.-- 1 Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ........... '* 4.--23 Frank Weigel, White River Jct., Vt ........ 4.--97 Brad Phelps, N. Thefford, Vt... 5.---01 Thomas Sponner, W. Topsham, Vt ....... 6.-- Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt ............. 7.--31 Harry Davidson, Piermont, N.H .......... 8.--18 Duncan MeKay, E. Barre, Vt ............. 9.--16 Richard Fadden, N. Haverhill, N.H ....... 9.--17 Jim Morgan, W. Lebanon, N.H .......... 10.--44 Gene Pierson, E. Corinth, Vt .............. " 11.--24 Alex Hart, Williamstown, Vt .............. 12.---69 Doug Boyce, Groten, Vt ................. 13.--34 Richard Simmons, Bradford, Vt ......... ' 14.--75 David Gomo, Webstervilie, Vt ........... 14.--43 Menty Sweet, E. Corinth, Vt ........... 15.--81 Marshall Laundry, Jr., Woodsville 16.--48 Peter Greaves, W. Danville, Vt ........ 17.--57 Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ........... 17.--29 Richard Peeor, Barre, Vt .......... 17.--63 Robert Griffith, E. Corinth, Vt ....... 18.--88 Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt ............ 19.--29Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt. ................. _ Tue., June 9--Hobos vs Colatina Exit 6:30 __ I -.,o,,,,.+ Bank II Wed., June lT--Peoples Market vs Carrter Hammers II IWeslHa,HorO. Vt . II I 6"30 I I I  / ++=o+3 .=o. fate " / t' III ,:. I I .... ++ I e.p....,".-o, . II I Tues..June23--RapldSubbishvs2&QLounge 6:30 I I  l"qLl'J[.]e  (PIIDADll ?q ./ +/ + l Ltp,*.. * up tO I | I Wed., Jane 24--Steddard Implements vs Duds 6:30 [ I I  V  IJIUq[l[J' I=,1 / "++'" 48 III Wed.,Julyl--HobosvsGeedNelghborBanka 6:30 III  /  --A / months I!1 Thu.,Jnly2--2&QLoungevsMillerHlghLlfe 6:30 1 I! _ L__\\; tlllPl"lg 3fr MI I i+= <, + / to0av II 1 Tue.,JulyT--TuckPressvsStoddardlmplements 6:30 I II %, lr.--+o vw It I=1 " i + " III Wed..JulyS--RapidRnbbishvsColatinaExit 8:elii [llll/lffl.....:,,/4T,.... ill lil }+ + " J ,,u .... ,,,._ ,,__., ,._, _.,, !1t Mon..aulyt3--MillerHighLlfevsStoddardImp. 6:30 I I! 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Vt. :':  i Page 6-The Journal Opinion-June 3, 1981 I Sports + BRADFORD--Pam ltum- phrey and the Oxbow Olympians have done i! again. By virtue of a 2-0 Hum_phr00 hurls one.hitter ! )Oxbow girls advance in tourne00 whitewashing of liarwood, shutout of theseason. Oxbow s control problems throughout thrown out at third, Staci Humphrey and her team-record now stands at an un- the game, the first inning LumbratolarybethYandow. mfltes have collected their precedented 14-3. seeded 2nd being tile worst. Marsha Humphrey walked, and both sixth one-hitter and fifth Carbee and Angie Dobbins Dobbins and Humphrey ad- is both walked to start the in- vanced to second and third on =: +: 12-4 ning. Carbee later being a wild pitch. With one out, Marsha Carbee, Pam ltumphrey and Kris Herman congratulate each other after Saturday's 2-O victory over Harwood. in their division. Oxbow's next foe Winooski. sporting a record and the number one seed in division two playdowns Winner of Tuesday's game in Winooski will travel to Randolph this Saturday, playing the winner of Windsor vs. Burr and Burton for the State Cham- pionship I! wasn't easy for the Olympians against the Har- wood nine. Just two weeks ago, Oxbow completely demoralized the tlighlanders 28-0 and they were out to gain back some respect. Respect they earned, but Oxbow walked away with the victory. Paul Munn's team scored all the runs they needed in the first inning, without the help of a base hit. Harwood starter Jane! DeFreest experienced Paul Munn the Oxbow softball team surveys their opponents before last Harwood. Oxbow won 2-0 to enter the semi-finals. 00TENNIS ANYONE!![ Bonnie Oaks Tennis Club cordially invites one and all to become acquainted with our fine tennis facility and exciting schedule of tennis events this summer. On the weekends of June 6 & 7 and June 13 & 14, we are celebrating 'Meet The Pro Days'. Meet and play with our new WTS Pro, Ken Botecho. --Free unlimited court time --Free Junior clinic I0:00 A.M. each day Membership information and schedule of I events will be available. Free refreshments will be served. For further information call Bonnie Oaks 802- 333-4302, Lake Morey Road, Fairlee, Vermont. i I I II I I ADMISSION: '3.50 Adults q.00 Child m k COUP" , 00m00lgradford, Verm60000 m ular card [] o RACING E [] Streets & Coupes E [] Little League Night [] MOTORCYCLE RACING ALSO [] [] FRIDAY NIGHT m June 5, 8:00pm [] RAIN DATE SAT, 8:00 p.m. hlternate Rain Date mSunday 007:30 m [] [] [] m [] m [] m SAFE--Angle Dobbins slides into home with the first run of the game against Harwoed. cleanup hitter popped to the third baseman leaving it up to Annette Brooks. Brooks responded with a hard grounder to Yandow who chose to try and throw the runner out at home. Dobbins just heat the throw on a bang- bang play, putting Oxbow m front, l.o. Kris Herman flied to center, ending the inning. The only other score came in the third inning. Carbee and Dobbins were again the catalysts. After Carhee heat out a bunt down the third baseline, Munn directed Dobbins to do the same. Dobbins beat the throw and on Saturday's game against an error by the first baseman Oxbow's baseball team receiving congratulations from Coach Jim Kelley (No. 13) aiter,vict ry over Lrmim, U,Z st may  0xbew:  W. Rutla d o n Wednesday at 4 p.m. at Oxbow in the semi'finals.   I Conn. Valley Softball Southern Division Standings as of May 25 west division Thetford I ................. 5-0 Newbury .................. 4-0 Thetford II ................ 3-0 Pirates (Lyme) ........... 2-2 West Fairlee . .: ........... 1-2 Lake Morey ............... 1-3 3rd Rail (Fairlee) ......... 1-3 Lyme ..................... 0-3 Thetford Penquins ......... 0-4 EAST DIVISION Warren I .................. 5-0 Piermont ................. 4-0 Wentworth Kings .......... 3-1 Rumney .................. 2-2 Warren 13 ................. 2-2 Orfordville ............... 1-2 Wentworth ................ 1-4 Orford .................... 1-4 Orford 11 .................. 1-5 SCORES TO DATE Orford 22 Penquins 1 l Thet. 1 17 Orford 11 4 Newbury 12 Lake Morey 5 3rd Rail 19 W. Fairlee 14 Thet. 120 Pirates l0 Thet. II 16 Lyme 11 Tbet. I33 3rd Rail 4 W. Fairlee 13 Lake Morey 11 Thet: 1 24 Lyme 12 Thet, II 16 Pirates 10 Newbury 19 Penquins l 1 Newbury 12 3rd Rail 11 Pirates 20 3rd Rail 9/ Thet. II 18 Lake Morey 10 Newbury 15 Lyme 4 Pirates 16 W. Fairlee 12 Thet. IA0 Penquins 19 Lake Morey 17 Penquins 15 Warren 123 Wentworth 11 Piermont 16 Rumney 12 CONNECTICUT VALLEY LITTLE LEAGUE Piermont 44 STANDINGS Wentworth 8 Orford II 4 Thetford Orfordville 8 Newbury Orford II Bradford Blue Jays Rmnney 40rford Wentworth 8 Fairlee Orford 14 West Fairiee Warren 13 8 East Corinth Bradford Green Hornets Orford II 1 Topsham Orford 5 Orford 12 Orfordville 11 Wentworth 3 ONE MINUTE Kings 12 SPORTS QUIZ Warren138 Name the boxer credited Orford II 3 with being the first scientific Orford II 9 boxer. Answer on Classified page. Kings 12 Warren 1 15 Kings 14 Piermont 11 Rumney 15 Warren 1 33 Orford vi lie 24 Piermont 29 Rumney 8 Warren 1 13 Wentworth 23 Orford II 14 Warren I 13 Kings 9 Warren 13 19 Warren 13 13 LISTEN TO: also Wells River Valley Softball League Local High school BASEBALL Tournament Action One of Ihe neW ond umd or ond lmek In t11o Upper Volloy. r ItUtOmOliw I SCHEDULED BROADCASTS FROM MILLS MEMORIAL FIELD FOR WELLS RIVER SOFTBALL LEAGUE GAMES BY RADIO WYKR FOR 1981 DATE-GAME TIME Mon., June l--Carrier Hammers vs Colatina Exit 6:30 Tue., June 2--Rapid RubMsh vs Hobos 8:39 Mon., June &-South Ryegate vs Duds 6:30 Bernie Marvin Haverhill man plays lacrosse PLYMOUTH--Bernie Marvin we've played this season, but of Haverhill was a member of haven't much to show for it." the 1981 Plymouth State College lacrosse team. The 18-year-old Marvin is a freshman midfielder for the Panthers, who finished the season with a 2-9 record. "Bernie is a relatively inexperienced midfielder who has seen some action this season," says PSC .coach Dave Webster. "He'll he even better next season." "We had some good talent on the team, but we've got to improve our defense and our concentration for next year," says Webster. "I think we've held a lead over every team Plymouth State defeated a talented University of Ver- mont (12-II) and Castleton State (17-3) this season, but lost to such teams as Albany State University, Norwich University, Westfield State, Boston State, and Bowdoin. Marvin is a 1980 graduate of Wondsville High School where he competed on the football, soccer, wrestling and lacrosse teams. He is the son of B.A. and Polly Marvin of Haverhill and is a freshman business management major at Plymouth State College. Ladies goff group meets at Fairiee FAIRLEE--The Lake Morey whether or not they are Ladies Golf Association held members of Lake Morey. its first meeting of the 1981 Each week a different contest season May 14. Twelve is held. members werepresent. An18- Tee-off time is 9:00 a.m. hole tournament was held in Players are asked to come the morning. Twelve mere- about 15 minutes early to bers participated, allow time to form teams. Ladies Day takes place An invitational inter-club- every Thursday morning tournament will beheld July2 throughout the summer. Any and a member-guest tour- women players in the area is namentJuly30. 'welcome to join the group 4-O 5-1 Bradford summer 3-2 3-2 BRADFORD--The Bradford 2-3 Summer Recreation Com- 2-3 mittee under sponsorship of 2-3 the Connecticut Valley 2-4 Jaycees, Bradford Com- 0-5 reunify Club, and the School Department, plans to offer a free 3-week summer program for youth, ages 7-15, July 27 thru August 14, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Memorial Field. Activities to .be offered will include photography, golf, table games, camp crafts, recreation program dramatics, nature crafts, chess, dancing, arts and crafts, tennis, batik, hunter safety, first aid, gymnastics, reading, puppetry, guitar, wood carving and archery. Students in theSummer Youth Employment Service will help with teaching and supervision. Anyone in- terested in teaching the above classes should contact Carolyn Jefts, the Summer Recreation Coordinator, at 222-9387 or 222-5212. Morey Road Race set at Fairlee FAIRLEE--The second an-entry fee. nual Lake Morey 10-kilometer road race will be run Jmm 20, sponsored by the Green Mountain Athletic Association. Registration begins at 1 p.m. with the start of the race set for 2:30. There will bea $2 Oxbow athletes BRADFORD--The Oxbow Athletic Boosters Club will honor the athletes of Oxbow High School with a banquet in the high school cafeteria beginning at6 p.m. June9. The affair will honor student athletes who have par- The race will follow the read around Lake Morey, begin- ning at Camp Lanakil, at the north end of the lake. For more information, call Ken Boyd at (802) 864-5455 or (802) 864-0186. to be honored ticipated  in sports during the school year. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Chris Welgus, Dartmouth Woman's Basketball coach. Speeches will begin at 7:00 p.m. Indy pace car coming to N. H. CONCORD--The official pace Association are donating the car of the 1981 Indianapolis 500 car, one of 100 custom-made Race will be coming to New 1981 Buicks, to the New Hampshire in mid-June and Hampshire March of Dimes. will be displayed around the Watch for news of where and state before being raffled off when to see the pace car that in late fall to benefit the New started off this years Hampshire March of Dimes. Indianapolis 500. The Country Buick Dealers Swimming program at Halls NEWBURY--The Newbury and Bradford Recreation Committees will again sponsor the swimming program at Halls Lake in Newbury. All children ages four (4), by April first, to 18 are eligible. Classes will he Monday thru Friday beginning June 22 and ending July 17, from 10:00 a.m. TO 2:30 p.m. There will be a one dollar charge per child for the entire program to help defray costs. The registration slip below may be used TO sign up for the program. Any requests should he on the slip. Also note problems. One slip per child for program. New program should Cross card class level. Swimming be Kathy Welch, will be Beth Matilda Bear Ridge COUPES May 29, 1981 1st Qualifier 1.--14 Bob Adams 2.--50 Chuck Frazier 3.--21 Scott Spear 4.--16 Raymond Heath 2rid Qualifier I.--51 David Simpson 2.-- I Orin Howe 3.-- 6 C.V. Elms 4.--96 Bob Shepard 3rd Qualifier I.--56 Clayton Hatch 2.--98 Frank Keene 3.--54 Chuck Beede 4.---93 Dale Williams Ist Consolation 1.--77 Stuart Bean 2.-- 3 Ervine Eastman 3.--53 Dan Beede 4.--36 Ricky Roberts Semi-Feature 1.-- 6 C.V. Elms 2.--98 Frank Keene 3.--56 Clayton Hatch 4.--54 Chuck Beede 5.--50 Chuck Frazier 6.--14 Bob Adams Feature 1.-- 6 C.V. Elms 2.--77 Stuart Bean 3.--98 Frank Keene 4.-- 3 Ervine Eastman 5.--50 Chuck Frazier 6.--93 Dale Williams 7.--54 Chuck Beede 8.--51 David Simpson 9.--56 Clayton Hatch 10.-- 10rin Howe 11.--53 Dan Beede 12.--14 Bob Adams 13.--96 Bob Shepard 14.--16 Raymond Heath Streets May 29, 1st 2nd ( 4.--16 3rd ( 3.--11 4.-- 1 Rail 1.--61 3.--28 Fio 5.--31 6 2, 3.--11 5.--81 1.--61 Waynel 2.--18 Duncan E 7.--24 Alex 8.-- 1 Ralph 11.---81 13.--16 Richard 16.--29 Roger 17=-69 Doug COUPES POINT STANDINGS I.--98 Frank Keene, Chelsea, Vt ............... 2.-- 3 Ervine Eastman, E. Thetford, Vt ...... 3.-- 6 C.V. Elms, N. Haverhill, N.H .......... 4.--64 Robert Beede (Chuck), Barre, Vt ........ ., 5.--56 Clayton Hatch, E. Topsham, Vt ....... 6.--88 Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt ............. 7.--93 Dale Williams, E. Ryegate, Vt ......... 8.--53 Robert Beede (Dan), Barre, Vt ........ 9.-- 1Orin Howe, W. Lebanon, N.H ............... 10.--96 Bob Shephard, Graniteville, Vt ............. i 11.--51 David Simpson, Barre, Vt... : ............. 12.-- 7 Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt ................. 13.--50Chuck Frazier, White River, Vt ............. 14.--14 Bob Adams, S. Royalton, Vt .............. ' '! 14.--36 Ricky Roberts, Orange, Vt ................ " 15.--16 Raymond Heath, Warren, N.H ............. 16.--57 Doug Roberts, Barre, Vt ................... 17.--01 David Smith, White River, Vt .............. i 18.--21 Scott Spear, Goshen, N.H .......... 19.-- 5 Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ............... " 20.--42 Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ........ STREET DIVISION POINT STANDINGS 1.--61 Wayne Hazlett, Woodsville, N.H ....... 2.--11 Carroll Porter, Corinth, Vt ................. ' 3.--28 Floyd Jarvis, Northfield, Vt ............... ' 3.-- 1 Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ........... '* 4.--23 Frank Weigel, White River Jct., Vt ........ 4.--97 Brad Phelps, N. Thefford, Vt... 5.---01 Thomas Sponner, W. Topsham, Vt ....... 6.-- Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt ............. 7.--31 Harry Davidson, Piermont, N.H .......... 8.--18 Duncan MeKay, E. Barre, Vt ............. 9.--16 Richard Fadden, N. Haverhill, N.H ....... 9.--17 Jim Morgan, W. Lebanon, N.H .......... 10.--44 Gene Pierson, E. Corinth, Vt .............. " 11.--24 Alex Hart, Williamstown, Vt .............. 12.---69 Doug Boyce, Groten, Vt ................. 13.--34 Richard Simmons, Bradford, Vt ......... ' 14.--75 David Gomo, Webstervilie, Vt ........... 14.--43 Menty Sweet, E. Corinth, Vt ........... 15.--81 Marshall Laundry, Jr., Woodsville 16.--48 Peter Greaves, W. Danville, Vt ........ 17.--57 Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ........... 17.--29 Richard Peeor, Barre, Vt .......... 17.--63 Robert Griffith, E. Corinth, Vt ....... 18.--88 Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt ............ 19.--29Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt. ................. _ Tue., June 9--Hobos vs Colatina Exit 6:30 __ I -.,o,,,,.+ Bank II Wed., June lT--Peoples Market vs Carrter Hammers II IWeslHa,HorO. Vt . II I 6"30 I I I  / ++=o+3 .=o. fate " / t' III ,:. I I .... ++ I e.p....,".-o, . II I Tues..June23--RapldSubbishvs2&QLounge 6:30 I I  l"qLl'J[.]e  (PIIDADll ?q ./ +/ + l Ltp,*.. * up tO I | I Wed., Jane 24--Steddard Implements vs Duds 6:30 [ I I  V  IJIUq[l[J' I=,1 / "++'" 48 III Wed.,Julyl--HobosvsGeedNelghborBanka 6:30 III  /  --A / months I!1 Thu.,Jnly2--2&QLoungevsMillerHlghLlfe 6:30 1 I! _ L__\\; tlllPl"lg 3fr MI I i+= <, + / to0av II 1 Tue.,JulyT--TuckPressvsStoddardlmplements 6:30 I II %, lr.--+o vw It I=1 " i + " III Wed..JulyS--RapidRnbbishvsColatinaExit 8:elii [llll/lffl.....:,,/4T,.... ill lil }+ + " J ,,u .... ,,,._ ,,__., ,._, _.,, !1t Mon..aulyt3--MillerHighLlfevsStoddardImp. 6:30 I I! 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