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Pae 8-The Journal Opinion-July I. 1981 ' Sports i Shrine Road Race to aid children HANOVER--The Hanover trophies are donated by Dick Parks and Recreation Hopkins of the Hanover Department and Shrine Maple Agency. Participant ribbons Sugar Bowl, Inc., will co- will be awarded to all sponsor the Third Annual finishers. Shrine Road Race. The race For registration forms you will includeal0-kiiometerand can acquire one at the 2-mile run Aug. 9th starting at Recreation Office or the Town 11:00 a.m. Pre-registration Office in Hanover. will be until Aug 7th. Registration forms will be Those persons that pre- sent to those people sending a register before July 17th will self-addressed stamped en- have their names included in velope to Hank Tenney, Parks the Shrine Football Game & Recreation Department, P. Program for Aug. 8th in- O. Box 483, Hanover, N. H. dicatiug they are running in 03755. the race. Pre-registration fee All proceeds from this race will be $3. will go to the Shriners' Trophies will he awarded to Hospitals for Crippled and winners in each division. The Burned Children. 6 [] [] Streets & Coupes m REGULAR CARD [] OF RACING [] Friday night at 8 P.M. [] RAIN DATE SAT. 8:00 p.m. m ADMISSION: FJ [] =3.50 AdUlts [] =1.00 Child SUNDAY, JULY 5 FIRECRACKER RACE 6th Annual Jerry Humphrey Insurance Trophy Race 7:30 PM ADM.-q.50 FIREWOR [] [] d k COUP" o"Bradford, Vermon m[] Go.Cart Racing on July llth ..... RACILY' EVBItY M.lnUIRDA 'NIGHT 'AT II't.. (hb Date: Sendey 7pro) ............ .b00y ,6 .tou. 'lb ADULTS. $3.00 - CHILDREN: $.50 -00SPEEDWA ii I i 4-if/heel d "ve in Fairlee ' StubFadden at Catamount RARIN' TO GO--Vehicle rears in air but isn't able to move the load in 4-Wheel Drive Pull contest. ?!,: FLATTENED--Tire is distorted under massive pressure of pulling more than 11,000 pounds in 4-Wheel Drive Pull. Trophies were sponsored by Bradford National Bank, Woodsville Guaranty Bank, Bradford Auto Parts and Bradford Oil & Pratt's Propane. Proceeds went to Muscular Dystrophy. MILLER AUTO CO. I$ THE NEW AREA DEALER FOR THREE RIVERS' CANOE Model Lth 8earn Depth Wgt Capacity AMIDNOOSUC t 5' 39" 15, 780 850# $385.0O $ 45.0O Freight $430.00 + Tax ,.IN} $ 45.00 Freight $440.00 + Tax 85# 950 r" i ANDROSCOGGIN 16' 39" 15" Three Rivers' ultimate for family adventure and sports-minded recreation, The extra-wide beam and tlLee keel design excells in its  an---orndng/ees three layered bottom construction, positive foam floatation, anodized aluminum gun wales, padded seats, and carrying yoke, m Model PORTAGER PULLING--Raymond Merchand of Monroe wins 4-Wheel Drive Pull, moving more than II,000 pounds with his 6,000-pound modified "doodle bug." Pull was sponsored by Bradford JC's for benefit of Muscular Dystrophy. Three Rivers' "Portager." Wide flat bottom with single keel, Same construc- tion and extra -wide beam as featured in our larger models Standard with positive foam floatstion, anodized aluminum gunwales, wood frame seat with nylon woven, and carrying yoke. i jill i $ 45.00Freight $420.00+Tax Lgth Beam Depth Wgt Capacity 12 42" 13" 65# 650# " Toll free in N.H. 1-800-4514546 Toll free in Vt. 1-800-622.4116 m ii iiiii iii MILLER AUTO CO. Cadillac - Pontiac - Chevrolet & Chevrolet Trucks .. IN BUSINESS SINCE 1903 Located at 28 Gates St. in Beautiful Downtown White River Jct., Vt. Phone 295-3147 "Keep 7hat Great GM Feeling with Genuine GM Parts" i [ I ii Conn. Valid. SOUTHERN DIVISION As of June 24, 1981 West Thefford I lid Thetford 2 10-2 Newbury 9-2 West Fairlee 8-3 Pirates 5-7 Lyme 4-7 Lake Morey 3-8 3rd Rail 2-11 Penguins 0-13 East Piermont 12-0 Kings 10-3 Warren ! 9-3 Rumney 8-5 Orford,ville 7-5 Or ford 5-8 Warren 13 4-9 Wentworth 3-10 Orford 2 1-14 Scores to date Pirates 5 Lyme 4 T'net. I125 Penguins 3 Thet. 16 Thet. II 2 Newbury 16 W. Fair. 1 W Fair. 5 Lyme 4 Thet. 1 12 Newbury 7 Pirates 16 3rd Rail 5 Lyme 15 Penguins 14 Thet. 1 25 Lake Moray 5 Thet. 2 15 3rd Rail 3 Lake Moray 5 3rd Rail 4 W. Fair. 17 Thet, 111 Thet. 2 11 Newbury 5 Pirates 6 Penguins 4 Lyme 17 3rd Rail 5 Lyme 14 Lake Morey 11 Thet. 1 15 Penguins 7 W. Fair. 15 3rd Rail 10 Warren 1 27 Warren 13 12 Oxordville 19 Orford III Orfordville I0 Orford 7 Piermont 16 Orford 6 Warren 1 28 Orford II 6 Orford 13 Wentworth 3 Rumney 14 Warren 13 5 Kings I0 Warren 13 9 Kings 10 Orfordville 6 Kings 14 Wentworth 1 Piermont 20 Orford H 6 Piermont 13 Orfordville 9 Kings 14 afford 10 Warren 1 14 Rumney 11 Warren 13 10 Rumney 9 Orford 15 Orford II 5 Kings 4 Rumney 3 Piermont 21 Warren 13 7 - BITS OF INFORMATION Polish television broadcasts about 38 hours of program- ming a week. I Richard Rqckwell, Barton, Vt. 2. Calvin Bunnell, Barnet, Vt. 3. Keith Merchand, Monroe, N.H. 4. Bill White, St. Jobnsbury, Vt. 5. Allen Thresher, Peacham, Vt. 6000 CLASS 1. Bob Dabrowski, Marlboro, N.H. 2. Ray Locke, Barnet, Vt. 3. Gary Bunnell, Barnet, Vt. 4. Rocky Bunnell, Monroe, N.H. 5. Dave Young, Passumpsic, Vt. 480O CLASS I. Mike Lemieux, St. John- sbury 2. Gary Bunnell, Barnet, Vt. 3. Bob Clough, Lisbon, N.H. 4. Clyde Smites, Barnet, Vt. 5. Pete Knights, St. Johnsbury Bear Ridge Speedway COUPES POINT STANDINGS 1. No. 6--C,V Elms, No. Haverhill, N.H ................ 165 2. No. 3--Ervine Eastman, E. Thetlord, Vt ............. 162 3. No. 98--Frank Kcene, Chelsea, Vt ..................... 161 4. No. 53--Dan Beede, Barre, Vt ......................... 152 5. No. 54---Chuck Beede, Barre, Vt ....................... 128 6. No. 03---Dale Williams, E. Ryngate, Vt ................ 124 7. No. 96--Bob Shepard, Graniteville, Vt ................. 116 8. No. 56----Clayton Hatch, E. Topsham, Vt ............... 111 9. No. 1--Orin Howe, W. Lebanon, N.H .................. 106 10. No 50--Chuck Frazier, White River Jct., Vt ........... 96 11. No. W--Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt .................... 78 12. No. 51--David Simpson, Barre, Vt ..................... 71 13. No. 36--Ricky Roberts, Orange, Vt .................... 67 14. No. 14--Bob Adams, So. Royalton, Vt .................. 65 15. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Barre, Vt ...................... 58 16. No. 21--Scott Spear, Goshen, N.H ..................... 56 17. No. 80--David Chestnut, Enfield, N.H ................. 53 18. No. 7--Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt ................... 44 19. No. 16----Raymond Heath, Warren, N.H ................ 34 20. No. 7--Elwin Towle, Jr., Bradford, Vt ................ 21 21. No. 01--David Smith, White River Jct., Vt ............. 20 22. No. 5---Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ................... 10 23. No. 44--Mike Heath .................................. 7 24. No. 15---Rngg McLain ................................. 4 25. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 25. No. 62--Wally Langlois ............................... 3 i STREET DIVISION POINT STANDINGS 1. No. ll--Carroll Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ................. 144 2. No. 1--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ............... 129 3. No. 61--Wayne Hazlett, Woodsville, N;H .............. 118 4. No. 23--Frank Weigel, White River Jet., Vt ............ 99 5. No. 18--Duncan McKay, E. Barre, Vt ................. 98 6. No. 50--Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt .................. 90 7. No. W--Brad Phelps, Thetford, Vt .................... 89 8. No. 3I--Harry Davidsen, Piermout, N.H .............. 87 8. No. 28--Floyd Jarvis, Northfield, Vt ................... 87 9. No. 01--Thomas Spooner, W. Topsham, Vt ............. 83 10. No. 16----Richard Fadden, No. Haverhill, N.H .......... 75 11. No. 17--Jim Morgan, White River Jct., Vt ............. 65 12. No. 77--Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt .................... 59 13. No. 24--Alex Hart, Barre, Vt .......................... 53 14. No. 69---Doug Boyce, Groton, Vt ....................... 45 14. N.  pi'sn Jr., Z. Cr...h, Vt ................ 45 15. No, $--[vtef'ura, West Danvme, Vt .............. 41 16. No. 57--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ................... 24 17. No. 75---David Gomo, Barre, Vt ....................... 22 18. No. 3---Richard Simmons, Bradford, Vt .............. 21 19. No. 29--Richard Pecor, Barre, Vt ..................... 17 19. No. 81--Marshall Laundry, Woodsville, N.H ........... 17 20. No. 43--Monty Sweet, Waits River, Vt ................. 13 21. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ....................... 11 21. No. 93--Randy Hutchinson, Thetford Center, Vt ....... 11 22. No. 01--Tony Spooner, W. Topsbam, Vt ................ 8 23. No. 63--Bruce Gendron, Waits River, Vt ............... 7 24. No. 33--Rene Crete ................................... 3 COUPES June 26, 1981 Ist Qualifier I. 80--David Chestnut 2.57--Doug Roberts 3. 15--Regg McClain 4. 7--Elwin Towle, Jr. 2nd Qualifier I. 96--Bob Shepard 2. 50--Chuck Frazier 3.93--Dale Williams 4. M--David Simpson 3rd Qualifier I. M--Chuck Beede 2 6--C.V. Elms, III 3.98--Frank Keene 4. 3--Ervine Eastman Ist Consolation I. 53--Dan Beede 2.36--Ricky Roberts 3.56--clayton Hatch 4. 1--Orin Howe Semi.Feature 1. 6--C.V. Elms, III 2.50--Chuck Frazier 3. 98--Frank Keene 4.93--Dale Williams 5. 80--David Chestnut 6.96---Bob Shepard Feature I. 3--Ervine Eastman 2.53--Dan Beede 3. 6--C.V. Elms, Ill 4.59--Chuck Frazier 5.98--Frank Keene 6.54--Chuck Beede 7.93--Dale Williams 8. 57--Doug Roberts 9. l--Orin Howe 10.96--Bob Shepard 11.14--Bab Adams 12.36--Ricky Roberts 13. 7--Elwin Towle, Jr. 14. 7--Bob Rtmhford 15 80--David Chestnut 16.56--Clayton Hatch 17.51--David Simpson 18.62--Wally Langlois STREETS June 26, 1981 1st Qualifier 1.17--Jim Morgan 2.57--Alex Sutherland 3.48--Peter Graves 4 33--Rene Crete 2rid Qualifier 1.28--Floyd Jarvis 2.31--Harry Davidson 3.18--Duncan McKay 4.50--Arnold Stygles 3rd Qualifier 1. l--Ralph Baldwin 2.23--Frank Weigel 3.11---Carroll Porter 4.01--Thomas Spooner Ist Consolation 1.44--Gene Pierson, Jr. 2.77--Bruce Towle 3.16--Richard Fadden 4.97--Brad Phelps Semi-Feature I. 18--Duncan McKay 2.28--Floyd Jarvis 3.17--Jim Morgan 4. 1--Ralph Baldwin 5.11--Carroll Porter 6.23--Frank Weigel 7.44--Peter Graves 8.57--Alex Sutherland Feature 1.17--Jim Morgan ' 2.59--Arnold Stygles 3. 1--Ralph Baldwin 4.18--Duncan McKay 5.11--Carroll Porter 6. W--Bruce Towle 7.16---Richard Fadden 8.28--Floyd Jarvis 9.97--Brad Phelps 10.31--Harry Davidson 11.57--Aiex Sutherland 12.93--Randy Hutchinson 13. 44--Cne Pierson 14.24--Alex Hart 15.23--Frank Weigel 16. 48--Peter Graves 17.01--Thomas Spooner crowd expected .for Lions soccer Cup KEENE--The largest crowd "With four weeks still to go, in the history of the Lions advance ticket sales are Twin State Soccer Cup Match nearing the 4,000 mark," said is anticipated when game Lions Soccer Association number seven kicks off at President Larry Emerton of Keeneat2p.m. July 18. Goffstown, N.H.," and we Lions officials expect more than 6,000 fans to jam Keene State College's Sumner Joyce Field for the annual charity game, pitting New l-lamp shire's interscholastic All Stars against the top seniors from Vermont. expect a heavy turnout the day of the game." Last year 4,200 fans watched the summer soccer classic's sixth renewal at Middlebury College, and saw New Hampshire take a 3-2 over- time thriller ' I. Raymond Merchand, Monroe, NH. WATERBURY---Stub Fadden two-point 2. Simon Conley, Barton, Vt. of N. Haverhill is the current fourth-place 3. Richard Rockwell, Barton, leader in the NASCAR Late Vt. Model point standings at 4. Randy Bunnell, Monroe, Milton's CatarnountSpeedway Steve N.H. going into the July 4 UNO Lepage, 94;i 5. Harold Dunbar, Barnet. Vt. Spirit of '81 100 lap race. Hector Fadden, following two Aube, 80; events, has gained a 10-point with78 Women's The .- three-time advantage over -"e Catamount Speedway third of fiveg Sohlmll Champion Jean-Paul Cabana, at the STANDINGS 132-122. season. (as of June24,1981) Fadden finished fifth and Boomer Team W L third in the two races held at Burlington Thetford I 5 0 Catamount, while Cabana won Stock Bradford 4 0 the Spring Green race and points over Lyme 3 1 placed fourth in the Memorial Northfield, Fairlee 3 3 100. Fadden's point gain over third is Peter Woodsville 2 3 Cabana has been through points. Topsham 2 4 qualifying heats and semi- Two-time West Fairlee 0 4 features which also award Greg Thetford Too 0 4 points, the Street REMAINING SCHEDULE Following Cabana in third with 52 Sunday, June28 position is two-time Molson W. Fairlee at Woodsville Tour Champion Beaver second Monday, June 29 Dragon of Milton. Dragon has Owen Lyme at Thetford Too earned 116 points, and has a third with 40] Tuesday, June 30 Bradford atFairlee Wells River Softball Thetford I at Woodsville Topsham at W. Fairlee Thursday, July 2 (Minimum 12at bat) Topsham at Thetford I Pl.-Player-Team A.B. B Monday, July 6 1. C. Jorgensen, G.N.B. 25 7 Thetford 1 at Lyme 2. D. Lynaugh, 2-FQ 26 9 Tuesday, July 7 2. P. Cowens, 2+Q 26 8 W. Fairlee at Thefford Too 4. J. Lyman, Dud's 25 8 Thursday, July 9 5. B. LeBarron, G.N.B. 20 3 Thetford Too at Bradford 5. R. Pike, G.N.B. 20 4 Woodsvilie at Fairlee 7. B. Nelson, Hobos 21 4 W. Fairlee at Lyme 8. J. Slayton, Hobos 26 8 Monday, July 13 8. A. Page, G.N.B. 26 3 Lyme at Woodsville 8. T. Dyke, G.N.B. 13 3 Tuesday, July 14 8. L. Lavoie, Dud's 26 11 Bradford at Topsham W. Fairlee at Thetford 1 Thefford Too at Fairlee Thursday, July 16 Place-Team Bradford at W. Fairlee I-2+Q Thetford I at Tbetford Too BITS OF Lyme at Fairlee INFORMATION 2-Dud's InC. Woodsville at Topsham The first person to go over 4-Carrier Monday, July 20 Niagara Falls in a barrel was "4-Hobos Lyme at Bradford Anna Edson Taylor, on Tuesday, July 21 October 24, 1901. She took the Fairlee at Thetford 1 plunge in a barrel four and a 8-Miller Thetford Too at Topsham half feet high and three feet in 9-G. N. B. WoodsvilleatW. Fairlee diameter. It was later Thursday, July 23 discovered that Anna couldn't Bradford at Thetford 1 swim. Lyme at Topsham W. Fairlee at Fairlee Thetford Too a t Woodsville 2 + Q 4 Monday, July 27 2+Q 14 Lyme at Thetford 1 BITS OF Hobos 5 Tuesday, July 28 INFORMATION Woodsville at Bradford "The liberty of the individual Dud's Inc. 7 TbetfordTooatW.Fairlee must he thus far limited: he Colatina FairleeatTopsham must not make himself a Thursday, July 30 nuisance to other people." G.N.B. 19 Bradford at Thefford Too John Stuart Mill Tuck PresSl The above schedule is subject to change due to weather conditions, etc. Bunky Adams wins at WENTWORTH--Auto racing The next race at the Lebanon fans at Nor-Way Pines were speedway will be the Fourth of Roy's on hand to see the largest field July race with trophy by will he of cars compete for the Robert Packard Trucking, 11. Saturday night checkers. Twenty-three sportsmen SPORTSMEN COUF coupes chocked in along with POINT STANDINGS 15 late-model hobby cars. 1. No. 6--C.V. Elms, N. Haverhill, N.H. Bob Rushford opened the 2. No. 33--Ed Smith, Hebron, N.H. .." evening; winning the first 3. No. 42--Allen Adams, Hartford, Vt. qualifier. Doug Roberts 4. No. 01--Albert Clogston, Campton, placed second and Ed Smith 5. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Plainfield was third. 6. No. 7--Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt. C.V. Elms won the second 7. No. 16--Raymond Heath, Warren, N qualifier with Allen Adams 8. No 02--Allan Burbank, Campton, N. second and Darrell Robbins 9. No. 88--Don Davis, Plymouth, N.H third. 10. No. 81--Mark Packard, Enfield, The third qualifier fell to 11. No. 23--Bobby Webber, Alexandria, Robert Prosser. BOb Packard 12. No. 7X--Bill Moses, Rumney, N.H ..... finished second and Ralph 13. No. 5--BobPackard, Harlow was third. 13. No. 15--William Moses Willy Moses won the first 14. No. 96 Vt.--Pete Dunn, East Orange, consolation. Bobby Webher 15. No. 14--RaymondHeath, Jr., was second and Garry Duston 16. No. 11--Robert Prosser, Canaan, third. 17. No. 96 N.H.--Darrell Robbin A second consolation was 18. No. 96 N.H.--Terry Bishop, held for the first time. Butch 19. No. 1--R.J. Harrimon, Middleton, Clngston was the winner, 20. No. 44--Owen Zwicker, Campton, N. Clogston blew his Chevy six in doing so. Raymond Heath LATE MODEL HOBBY finished second. Clogston PAIN' came out for the feature in the 1. No. 35--Phil McQuin, Campton, Dunston 03 Gremlin 2. No 90--Larry Welch, Lancaster Butch Elms grabbed the 3. No. 0(F-Joe White, Rumney, Vt. 'I'"i; checkers in the Semi-Feature 4. No. 04--Garry Heinz, Thornton, N i'.; and Bunky Adams came by 4. No.03--ButchRock, Canaan, N.H .... 'I?L &KtU- second. Adams came back to 5. No. 14--Gil Dinger, Ashland, N.H...','4[ Vb,= T] win the feature. Pete Dunn 6 No. 06--Dick Gilpatrick, C, ampton,. t, finished second his first week. 7. No 89--Franny Comeau, Groton, N. "i %eadi C.V. Elms was third and Bob 8. No. 15--Dave Annis, Plymouth, N.I'I.. i-i_ " ores Rushford fourth. 9. No. 44--Jim Moses, Plymouth, N. , ;11%1 f Butch Rock won the hobby 10. No. 05--Steve Heinz, Thornton, N.H. ':,IL " tb, a class feature. Larry Welch 11. No. 17--Nancy Maxham, Sharon, V."!; won the V8 beat and Jim 12. No. 50--ArnieStygles, Bradford,V ir'g Moses won the six-cylinder 13. No. 31--Harry Davidson, Piermon!jL'[i heat race. 14. No. 43--Mark Genot, Plymouth, N. " THE WINNER--Allen (Bunky) Adams receives the 1980 racing season at Nor-Way Pines. Pae 8-The Journal Opinion-July I. 1981 ' Sports i Shrine Road Race to aid children HANOVER--The Hanover trophies are donated by Dick Parks and Recreation Hopkins of the Hanover Department and Shrine Maple Agency. Participant ribbons Sugar Bowl, Inc., will co- will be awarded to all sponsor the Third Annual finishers. Shrine Road Race. The race For registration forms you will includeal0-kiiometerand can acquire one at the 2-mile run Aug. 9th starting at Recreation Office or the Town 11:00 a.m. Pre-registration Office in Hanover. will be until Aug 7th. Registration forms will be Those persons that pre- sent to those people sending a register before July 17th will self-addressed stamped en- have their names included in velope to Hank Tenney, Parks the Shrine Football Game & Recreation Department, P. Program for Aug. 8th in- O. Box 483, Hanover, N. H. dicatiug they are running in 03755. the race. Pre-registration fee All proceeds from this race will be $3. will go to the Shriners' Trophies will he awarded to Hospitals for Crippled and winners in each division. The Burned Children. 6 [] [] Streets & Coupes m REGULAR CARD [] OF RACING [] Friday night at 8 P.M. [] RAIN DATE SAT. 8:00 p.m. m ADMISSION: FJ [] =3.50 AdUlts [] =1.00 Child SUNDAY, JULY 5 FIRECRACKER RACE 6th Annual Jerry Humphrey Insurance Trophy Race 7:30 PM ADM.-q.50 FIREWOR [] [] d k COUP" o"Bradford, Vermon m[] Go.Cart Racing on July llth ..... RACILY' EVBItY M.lnUIRDA 'NIGHT 'AT II't.. (hb Date: Sendey 7pro) ............ .b00y ,6 .tou. 'lb ADULTS. $3.00 - CHILDREN: $.50 -00SPEEDWA ii I i 4-if/heel d "ve in Fairlee ' StubFadden at Catamount RARIN' TO GO--Vehicle rears in air but isn't able to move the load in 4-Wheel Drive Pull contest. ?!,: FLATTENED--Tire is distorted under massive pressure of pulling more than 11,000 pounds in 4-Wheel Drive Pull. Trophies were sponsored by Bradford National Bank, Woodsville Guaranty Bank, Bradford Auto Parts and Bradford Oil & Pratt's Propane. Proceeds went to Muscular Dystrophy. MILLER AUTO CO. I$ THE NEW AREA DEALER FOR THREE RIVERS' CANOE Model Lth 8earn Depth Wgt Capacity AMIDNOOSUC t 5' 39" 15, 780 850# $385.0O $ 45.0O Freight $430.00 + Tax ,.IN} $ 45.00 Freight $440.00 + Tax 85# 950 r" i ANDROSCOGGIN 16' 39" 15" Three Rivers' ultimate for family adventure and sports-minded recreation, The extra-wide beam and tlLee keel design excells in its  an---orndng/ees three layered bottom construction, positive foam floatation, anodized aluminum gun wales, padded seats, and carrying yoke, m Model PORTAGER PULLING--Raymond Merchand of Monroe wins 4-Wheel Drive Pull, moving more than II,000 pounds with his 6,000-pound modified "doodle bug." Pull was sponsored by Bradford JC's for benefit of Muscular Dystrophy. Three Rivers' "Portager." Wide flat bottom with single keel, Same construc- tion and extra -wide beam as featured in our larger models Standard with positive foam floatstion, anodized aluminum gunwales, wood frame seat with nylon woven, and carrying yoke. i jill i $ 45.00Freight $420.00+Tax Lgth Beam Depth Wgt Capacity 12 42" 13" 65# 650# " Toll free in N.H. 1-800-4514546 Toll free in Vt. 1-800-622.4116 m ii iiiii iii MILLER AUTO CO. Cadillac - Pontiac - Chevrolet & Chevrolet Trucks .. IN BUSINESS SINCE 1903 Located at 28 Gates St. in Beautiful Downtown White River Jct., Vt. Phone 295-3147 "Keep 7hat Great GM Feeling with Genuine GM Parts" i [ I ii Conn. Valid. SOUTHERN DIVISION As of June 24, 1981 West Thefford I lid Thetford 2 10-2 Newbury 9-2 West Fairlee 8-3 Pirates 5-7 Lyme 4-7 Lake Morey 3-8 3rd Rail 2-11 Penguins 0-13 East Piermont 12-0 Kings 10-3 Warren ! 9-3 Rumney 8-5 Orford,ville 7-5 Or ford 5-8 Warren 13 4-9 Wentworth 3-10 Orford 2 1-14 Scores to date Pirates 5 Lyme 4 T'net. I125 Penguins 3 Thet. 16 Thet. II 2 Newbury 16 W. Fair. 1 W Fair. 5 Lyme 4 Thet. 1 12 Newbury 7 Pirates 16 3rd Rail 5 Lyme 15 Penguins 14 Thet. 1 25 Lake Moray 5 Thet. 2 15 3rd Rail 3 Lake Moray 5 3rd Rail 4 W. Fair. 17 Thet, 111 Thet. 2 11 Newbury 5 Pirates 6 Penguins 4 Lyme 17 3rd Rail 5 Lyme 14 Lake Morey 11 Thet. 1 15 Penguins 7 W. Fair. 15 3rd Rail 10 Warren 1 27 Warren 13 12 Oxordville 19 Orford III Orfordville I0 Orford 7 Piermont 16 Orford 6 Warren 1 28 Orford II 6 Orford 13 Wentworth 3 Rumney 14 Warren 13 5 Kings I0 Warren 13 9 Kings 10 Orfordville 6 Kings 14 Wentworth 1 Piermont 20 Orford H 6 Piermont 13 Orfordville 9 Kings 14 afford 10 Warren 1 14 Rumney 11 Warren 13 10 Rumney 9 Orford 15 Orford II 5 Kings 4 Rumney 3 Piermont 21 Warren 13 7 - BITS OF INFORMATION Polish television broadcasts about 38 hours of program- ming a week. I Richard Rqckwell, Barton, Vt. 2. Calvin Bunnell, Barnet, Vt. 3. Keith Merchand, Monroe, N.H. 4. Bill White, St. Jobnsbury, Vt. 5. Allen Thresher, Peacham, Vt. 6000 CLASS 1. Bob Dabrowski, Marlboro, N.H. 2. Ray Locke, Barnet, Vt. 3. Gary Bunnell, Barnet, Vt. 4. Rocky Bunnell, Monroe, N.H. 5. Dave Young, Passumpsic, Vt. 480O CLASS I. Mike Lemieux, St. John- sbury 2. Gary Bunnell, Barnet, Vt. 3. Bob Clough, Lisbon, N.H. 4. Clyde Smites, Barnet, Vt. 5. Pete Knights, St. Johnsbury Bear Ridge Speedway COUPES POINT STANDINGS 1. No. 6--C,V Elms, No. Haverhill, N.H ................ 165 2. No. 3--Ervine Eastman, E. Thetlord, Vt ............. 162 3. No. 98--Frank Kcene, Chelsea, Vt ..................... 161 4. No. 53--Dan Beede, Barre, Vt ......................... 152 5. No. 54---Chuck Beede, Barre, Vt ....................... 128 6. No. 03---Dale Williams, E. Ryngate, Vt ................ 124 7. No. 96--Bob Shepard, Graniteville, Vt ................. 116 8. No. 56----Clayton Hatch, E. Topsham, Vt ............... 111 9. No. 1--Orin Howe, W. Lebanon, N.H .................. 106 10. No 50--Chuck Frazier, White River Jct., Vt ........... 96 11. No. W--Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt .................... 78 12. No. 51--David Simpson, Barre, Vt ..................... 71 13. No. 36--Ricky Roberts, Orange, Vt .................... 67 14. No. 14--Bob Adams, So. Royalton, Vt .................. 65 15. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Barre, Vt ...................... 58 16. No. 21--Scott Spear, Goshen, N.H ..................... 56 17. No. 80--David Chestnut, Enfield, N.H ................. 53 18. No. 7--Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt ................... 44 19. No. 16----Raymond Heath, Warren, N.H ................ 34 20. No. 7--Elwin Towle, Jr., Bradford, Vt ................ 21 21. No. 01--David Smith, White River Jct., Vt ............. 20 22. No. 5---Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ................... 10 23. No. 44--Mike Heath .................................. 7 24. No. 15---Rngg McLain ................................. 4 25. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 25. No. 62--Wally Langlois ............................... 3 i STREET DIVISION POINT STANDINGS 1. No. ll--Carroll Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ................. 144 2. No. 1--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ............... 129 3. No. 61--Wayne Hazlett, Woodsville, N;H .............. 118 4. No. 23--Frank Weigel, White River Jet., Vt ............ 99 5. No. 18--Duncan McKay, E. Barre, Vt ................. 98 6. No. 50--Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt .................. 90 7. No. W--Brad Phelps, Thetford, Vt .................... 89 8. No. 3I--Harry Davidsen, Piermout, N.H .............. 87 8. No. 28--Floyd Jarvis, Northfield, Vt ................... 87 9. No. 01--Thomas Spooner, W. Topsham, Vt ............. 83 10. No. 16----Richard Fadden, No. Haverhill, N.H .......... 75 11. No. 17--Jim Morgan, White River Jct., Vt ............. 65 12. No. 77--Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt .................... 59 13. No. 24--Alex Hart, Barre, Vt .......................... 53 14. No. 69---Doug Boyce, Groton, Vt ....................... 45 14. N.  pi'sn Jr., Z. Cr...h, Vt ................ 45 15. No, $--[vtef'ura, West Danvme, Vt .............. 41 16. No. 57--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ................... 24 17. No. 75---David Gomo, Barre, Vt ....................... 22 18. No. 3---Richard Simmons, Bradford, Vt .............. 21 19. No. 29--Richard Pecor, Barre, Vt ..................... 17 19. No. 81--Marshall Laundry, Woodsville, N.H ........... 17 20. No. 43--Monty Sweet, Waits River, Vt ................. 13 21. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ....................... 11 21. No. 93--Randy Hutchinson, Thetford Center, Vt ....... 11 22. No. 01--Tony Spooner, W. Topsbam, Vt ................ 8 23. No. 63--Bruce Gendron, Waits River, Vt ............... 7 24. No. 33--Rene Crete ................................... 3 COUPES June 26, 1981 Ist Qualifier I. 80--David Chestnut 2.57--Doug Roberts 3. 15--Regg McClain 4. 7--Elwin Towle, Jr. 2nd Qualifier I. 96--Bob Shepard 2. 50--Chuck Frazier 3.93--Dale Williams 4. M--David Simpson 3rd Qualifier I. M--Chuck Beede 2 6--C.V. Elms, III 3.98--Frank Keene 4. 3--Ervine Eastman Ist Consolation I. 53--Dan Beede 2.36--Ricky Roberts 3.56--clayton Hatch 4. 1--Orin Howe Semi.Feature 1. 6--C.V. Elms, III 2.50--Chuck Frazier 3. 98--Frank Keene 4.93--Dale Williams 5. 80--David Chestnut 6.96---Bob Shepard Feature I. 3--Ervine Eastman 2.53--Dan Beede 3. 6--C.V. Elms, Ill 4.59--Chuck Frazier 5.98--Frank Keene 6.54--Chuck Beede 7.93--Dale Williams 8. 57--Doug Roberts 9. l--Orin Howe 10.96--Bob Shepard 11.14--Bab Adams 12.36--Ricky Roberts 13. 7--Elwin Towle, Jr. 14. 7--Bob Rtmhford 15 80--David Chestnut 16.56--Clayton Hatch 17.51--David Simpson 18.62--Wally Langlois STREETS June 26, 1981 1st Qualifier 1.17--Jim Morgan 2.57--Alex Sutherland 3.48--Peter Graves 4 33--Rene Crete 2rid Qualifier 1.28--Floyd Jarvis 2.31--Harry Davidson 3.18--Duncan McKay 4.50--Arnold Stygles 3rd Qualifier 1. l--Ralph Baldwin 2.23--Frank Weigel 3.11---Carroll Porter 4.01--Thomas Spooner Ist Consolation 1.44--Gene Pierson, Jr. 2.77--Bruce Towle 3.16--Richard Fadden 4.97--Brad Phelps Semi-Feature I. 18--Duncan McKay 2.28--Floyd Jarvis 3.17--Jim Morgan 4. 1--Ralph Baldwin 5.11--Carroll Porter 6.23--Frank Weigel 7.44--Peter Graves 8.57--Alex Sutherland Feature 1.17--Jim Morgan ' 2.59--Arnold Stygles 3. 1--Ralph Baldwin 4.18--Duncan McKay 5.11--Carroll Porter 6. W--Bruce Towle 7.16---Richard Fadden 8.28--Floyd Jarvis 9.97--Brad Phelps 10.31--Harry Davidson 11.57--Aiex Sutherland 12.93--Randy Hutchinson 13. 44--Cne Pierson 14.24--Alex Hart 15.23--Frank Weigel 16. 48--Peter Graves 17.01--Thomas Spooner crowd expected .for Lions soccer Cup KEENE--The largest crowd "With four weeks still to go, in the history of the Lions advance ticket sales are Twin State Soccer Cup Match nearing the 4,000 mark," said is anticipated when game Lions Soccer Association number seven kicks off at President Larry Emerton of Keeneat2p.m. July 18. Goffstown, N.H.," and we Lions officials expect more than 6,000 fans to jam Keene State College's Sumner Joyce Field for the annual charity game, pitting New l-lamp shire's interscholastic All Stars against the top seniors from Vermont. expect a heavy turnout the day of the game." Last year 4,200 fans watched the summer soccer classic's sixth renewal at Middlebury College, and saw New Hampshire take a 3-2 over- time thriller ' I. Raymond Merchand, Monroe, NH. WATERBURY---Stub Fadden two-point 2. Simon Conley, Barton, Vt. of N. Haverhill is the current fourth-place 3. Richard Rockwell, Barton, leader in the NASCAR Late Vt. Model point standings at 4. Randy Bunnell, Monroe, Milton's CatarnountSpeedway Steve N.H. going into the July 4 UNO Lepage, 94;i 5. Harold Dunbar, Barnet. Vt. Spirit of '81 100 lap race. Hector Fadden, following two Aube, 80; events, has gained a 10-point with78 Women's The .- three-time advantage over -"e Catamount Speedway third of fiveg Sohlmll Champion Jean-Paul Cabana, at the STANDINGS 132-122. season. (as of June24,1981) Fadden finished fifth and Boomer Team W L third in the two races held at Burlington Thetford I 5 0 Catamount, while Cabana won Stock Bradford 4 0 the Spring Green race and points over Lyme 3 1 placed fourth in the Memorial Northfield, Fairlee 3 3 100. Fadden's point gain over third is Peter Woodsville 2 3 Cabana has been through points. Topsham 2 4 qualifying heats and semi- Two-time West Fairlee 0 4 features which also award Greg Thetford Too 0 4 points, the Street REMAINING SCHEDULE Following Cabana in third with 52 Sunday, June28 position is two-time Molson W. Fairlee at Woodsville Tour Champion Beaver second Monday, June 29 Dragon of Milton. Dragon has Owen Lyme at Thetford Too earned 116 points, and has a third with 40] Tuesday, June 30 Bradford atFairlee Wells River Softball Thetford I at Woodsville Topsham at W. Fairlee Thursday, July 2 (Minimum 12at bat) Topsham at Thetford I Pl.-Player-Team A.B. B Monday, July 6 1. C. Jorgensen, G.N.B. 25 7 Thetford 1 at Lyme 2. D. Lynaugh, 2-FQ 26 9 Tuesday, July 7 2. P. Cowens, 2+Q 26 8 W. Fairlee at Thefford Too 4. J. Lyman, Dud's 25 8 Thursday, July 9 5. B. LeBarron, G.N.B. 20 3 Thetford Too at Bradford 5. R. Pike, G.N.B. 20 4 Woodsvilie at Fairlee 7. B. Nelson, Hobos 21 4 W. Fairlee at Lyme 8. J. Slayton, Hobos 26 8 Monday, July 13 8. A. Page, G.N.B. 26 3 Lyme at Woodsville 8. T. Dyke, G.N.B. 13 3 Tuesday, July 14 8. L. Lavoie, Dud's 26 11 Bradford at Topsham W. Fairlee at Thetford 1 Thefford Too at Fairlee Thursday, July 16 Place-Team Bradford at W. Fairlee I-2+Q Thetford I at Tbetford Too BITS OF Lyme at Fairlee INFORMATION 2-Dud's InC. Woodsville at Topsham The first person to go over 4-Carrier Monday, July 20 Niagara Falls in a barrel was "4-Hobos Lyme at Bradford Anna Edson Taylor, on Tuesday, July 21 October 24, 1901. She took the Fairlee at Thetford 1 plunge in a barrel four and a 8-Miller Thetford Too at Topsham half feet high and three feet in 9-G. N. B. WoodsvilleatW. Fairlee diameter. It was later Thursday, July 23 discovered that Anna couldn't Bradford at Thetford 1 swim. Lyme at Topsham W. Fairlee at Fairlee Thetford Too a t Woodsville 2 + Q 4 Monday, July 27 2+Q 14 Lyme at Thetford 1 BITS OF Hobos 5 Tuesday, July 28 INFORMATION Woodsville at Bradford "The liberty of the individual Dud's Inc. 7 TbetfordTooatW.Fairlee must he thus far limited: he Colatina FairleeatTopsham must not make himself a Thursday, July 30 nuisance to other people." G.N.B. 19 Bradford at Thefford Too John Stuart Mill Tuck PresSl The above schedule is subject to change due to weather conditions, etc. Bunky Adams wins at WENTWORTH--Auto racing The next race at the Lebanon fans at Nor-Way Pines were speedway will be the Fourth of Roy's on hand to see the largest field July race with trophy by will he of cars compete for the Robert Packard Trucking, 11. Saturday night checkers. Twenty-three sportsmen SPORTSMEN COUF coupes chocked in along with POINT STANDINGS 15 late-model hobby cars. 1. No. 6--C.V. Elms, N. Haverhill, N.H. Bob Rushford opened the 2. No. 33--Ed Smith, Hebron, N.H. .." evening; winning the first 3. No. 42--Allen Adams, Hartford, Vt. qualifier. Doug Roberts 4. No. 01--Albert Clogston, Campton, placed second and Ed Smith 5. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Plainfield was third. 6. No. 7--Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt. C.V. Elms won the second 7. No. 16--Raymond Heath, Warren, N qualifier with Allen Adams 8. No 02--Allan Burbank, Campton, N. second and Darrell Robbins 9. No. 88--Don Davis, Plymouth, N.H third. 10. No. 81--Mark Packard, Enfield, The third qualifier fell to 11. No. 23--Bobby Webber, Alexandria, Robert Prosser. BOb Packard 12. No. 7X--Bill Moses, Rumney, N.H ..... finished second and Ralph 13. No. 5--BobPackard, Harlow was third. 13. No. 15--William Moses Willy Moses won the first 14. No. 96 Vt.--Pete Dunn, East Orange, consolation. Bobby Webher 15. No. 14--RaymondHeath, Jr., was second and Garry Duston 16. No. 11--Robert Prosser, Canaan, third. 17. No. 96 N.H.--Darrell Robbin A second consolation was 18. No. 96 N.H.--Terry Bishop, held for the first time. Butch 19. No. 1--R.J. Harrimon, Middleton, Clngston was the winner, 20. No. 44--Owen Zwicker, Campton, N. Clogston blew his Chevy six in doing so. Raymond Heath LATE MODEL HOBBY finished second. Clogston PAIN' came out for the feature in the 1. No. 35--Phil McQuin, Campton, Dunston 03 Gremlin 2. No 90--Larry Welch, Lancaster Butch Elms grabbed the 3. No. 0(F-Joe White, Rumney, Vt. 'I'"i; checkers in the Semi-Feature 4. No. 04--Garry Heinz, Thornton, N i'.; and Bunky Adams came by 4. No.03--ButchRock, Canaan, N.H .... 'I?L &KtU- second. Adams came back to 5. No. 14--Gil Dinger, Ashland, N.H...','4[ Vb,= T] win the feature. Pete Dunn 6 No. 06--Dick Gilpatrick, C, ampton,. t, finished second his first week. 7. No 89--Franny Comeau, Groton, N. "i %eadi C.V. Elms was third and Bob 8. No. 15--Dave Annis, Plymouth, N.I'I.. i-i_ " ores Rushford fourth. 9. No. 44--Jim Moses, Plymouth, N. , ;11%1 f Butch Rock won the hobby 10. No. 05--Steve Heinz, Thornton, N.H. ':,IL " tb, a class feature. Larry Welch 11. No. 17--Nancy Maxham, Sharon, V."!; won the V8 beat and Jim 12. No. 50--ArnieStygles, Bradford,V ir'g Moses won the six-cylinder 13. No. 31--Harry Davidson, Piermon!jL'[i heat race. 14. No. 43--Mark Genot, Plymouth, N. " THE WINNER--Allen (Bunky) Adams receives the 1980 racing season at Nor-Way Pines.