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July 21, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 wins big in coupes; Sou00or..+,o ard holds on in sweets rith  i1 Outstanding Stygles (77-Bradford) filling publication). Dan Beede was ' gave Bear the next two spots. net among the contestants as  one of the best The next heat was he punctured his oil pan in the ;?:--- racing thus far nit The dominated by Ricky Roberts semi-featurerace. " ,;' track was in .adition and the (36-E. Barre)RegMcLain(15- Waters, because he is a Guildhall, Vt.) out-performed relatively new driver, sat on t-aetphtheir C.V. Elms (6-N. Haverhill) the pole with Williams next to . limit. A driver and Clayton Hatch (56- him. When the "green" fell, .aSBob Waters (22- Topsham). Waters out-pulled Williams :'-Amkmu, Vt.). He drove ,hange Pinto ton Frank Keene (98-Chelsea) with Eastman, Chuck Beede, who didn't qualify, won the Stygles and Shepard close ," ce finish in his consolation race over Orin behind. Waters continued to tn., t, snatched the Howe (3-W. Lebanon)andBob open up breathing room and i'q and won a very Adams (14-S. Royalton, Vt.) was in the lead by at least five -Y."  'Yllfierseature race. theAll featurethree driverSrace, qualified for car lengths. He had an open 1  h   iu ,s,A VBa/;ihe in Semi-Feature Waters set the stage for iThetford) coming things to come in the semi- HOW THEY feature race as he powered his .,'uneWComer Dennis ear to the front and selfishly FINIS,RED e.d92"Keene, N.H.) held on to the lead. Following ! finish line for Waters over the finish line -,m. e' hitcomb isstill were Roberts, Williams, COUPES c ,WAIOlP_e t - ,,,0a4l  " his new car Elms, Eastman, and McLain. July 16, 1982 'Wned and driven Shepard, who was running in IstQualifier [" lde54) while fourth place, entered the third I. 93 Dale Williams ,,  rannina his new turn in heavy traffic, and 2. 22 Bob Waters ;  !redcar this week. 3. 1 Brother Eastman found himself climbing over 't  i 'nd heat was the bank and coming to rest on 4.92 Dennis Whitcomb ' the Beede boys. the other side. Repairs were 2nd Qualifier JlY ! k Beede (54- made to his car in time for the 1. 53 Dan Beede  | 2.54 Chuck Beede # rit of the time, feature event. Feature Race Fourteen cars were in the parade lap led by Swenson Insurance of Newbury, who sponsored the race. He was followed by the Speedway Scene van ( a racing Thomas Forward carries the his feature win at Bear Ridge last RIDGE STANDINGS 3.28 Bob Shepard 4.77 Arnie Stygles 3rd Qualifter I. 36 Ricky Roberts 2. 15 Reg McLain 3. 6C.V. Elms 4.56 Clayton Hatch Ist Consolation I. 98 Frank Keene 2. 3 Grin Howe 3. 14 Bob Adams Semi-feature I. 22 Bob Waters 2.36 Ricky Roberts 3.93 Dale Williams 4. 6C.V. Elms 5. 1Brother Eastman 6. 15 Reg McLain Feature I. 22 Bob Waters 2. 'I Brother Eastman 3.28 Bob Shepard 4.54 Chuck Beede 5.56 Clayton Hatch 6.98 Frank Keene 7. 3 Grin Howe 8.77 Arnie Stygles 9. 6 C.V. Elms 10.36 Ricky Roberts 11.92 Dennis Whitcomb 12.93 Dale Williams 13.15 Reg McLain 14.14 Bob Adams STREETS 1st Qualifier 1.75 David Gomo 2. 16 Dale Fadden 3.57 Alex Sutherland 4.71 Kenneth Hill 2nd Qualifier I. 44 Gene Pierson 2.13 Dustin Downing 3.73 Thomas Forward 4.18 Duncan McKay Ist Consolation 1.69 Doyg Boyce 2. 11 Carroll Porter 3.96 Robert Chaffee 4.17 Jim Morgan Semi.feature 1.73 Thomas Forward 2:16 Dale Fadden 3.13 Dustin Downing 4.44 Gene Pierson 5.16 Duncan McKay 6.57 Alex Sutherland Feature 1.73 Thomas Forward 2. 17 Jim Morgan 3.16 Dale Fadden 4.96 Robert Chaffee 5.13 Dustin Downing 6. 18 Duncan McKay 7.23 Frank Weigel 8.75 David Gomo 9.57 Alex Sutherland 10. 01 Thomas Spooner 11.69 Doug Boyce 12. 11 Carroll Porter 13.44 Gene Pierson 14.09 Reg Dailey 15.36 Gary Hall  ,le (53-Barre) I during a yellow  beating Chuck in { the Beede boy rn. It was a.on ) Shepard (28- Vt.) and Arnie COUPES (As of July 16, 1982) N. Haverhill ........................ 320 Vt ...................... 268 Vt ..... . .............. 263 E. Barre ........................ 197 W. Lebanon ........................ 195 Graniteville ..................... 188 Guildhall, Vt ...................... 186 Royalton ....................... 157 Bradford ...................... 151 Vt ........................ 148 Plainfield ....................... 136 Thefford ..................... 134 Barre,.Vt .......................... 129 Vt ..................... 128 , Sr., Warren ........................ 100 Thornton ...................... 97 .................... 76 Washington ....................... 67 .......................... 51 Tolmham .................... 28 .................... 13 Fairlee .......................... 13 Keene ........................ 13 Hartford, Vt .................... 3 ........................ 0 STREETS . W. Lebanon ...................... 180 Topsham ................... 169 Lebanon .................... 168 Barre, Vt ...................... 167 E. Corinth .................... 159 Jct ................. 156 E. Corinth ................... 139 Bath ......................... 112 , E. Corinth ....................... 111 W. Topsham ................. 91 89 .................... o .... Bradford ........................ 73 Newbury .................... 70 , N. Haverhill .................. 68 N.H .................. 59 Groton Vt ........................ 58 57 W. Lebanon .......... ...... . ..... 28 N.H ....................... 20 .............................. 14 ..................... 9 .................. ., .... W. Hartford.. : ................... O Enfield ..................... (-3) field until he got into lapped traffic which he handled well, wheeling to the outside of Whitcomb. Only one caution Only one yellow flag marred this race and the re- start had Waters still in the lead, but the tempo of the race seemed to be even higher speeds. Elms, who has con- sistently won at the Ridge, was still 10 or 11 places back, and 14 laps had already been completed. By this time, Eastman had latched onto the tail of Waters and was going to give him a run for his money. Waters, who felt the pressure, was drifting higher and higher coming into turns one and three, and then slipping down to the inside of turns two and four, effectively cutting off the doorway for Eastman. However, he was leaving a trail of water on the track from a leaking radiator. This gave Eastman a very slippery (please turn to page 10) Tournament softball HOME RUN KING-- Piermont teammates congratulate Donnie Kimball (cen- ter) who blasted two home runs during last weekends Southern Playdown action. Piermont won decisive victories over Orford on Saturday, and Lake Morey on Sunday. Tournament action resumes this Saturday with the Championship game scheduled at 3:15 Sunday at the Lyme field. ,it WHEN DO I GET A TURN-- Leeanna Hoyt of Wells River is ready to help the Warren I team, if only someone would give her a chance. Leeanna is from Wells River and the daughter of Hoyt and Vicide Darby. IN PRIZES II I II I Here's something exciting to tell you about. The Journal Opinion is doing it again: Another spectacular is scheduled for the Bradford Fair on Saturday afternoon, July 24 at 2 PM What is it? They aren't saying... but.., they are out on a limb as far as the weather is concerned. The JO is hopeful of a beautiful sunny day, but along with the sunshine they are predicting rain showers, wind storms, thunder, and hail storms. The exciting part is that they will be giving away up to $2,000 in gifts, How do they do it? They have lots of friends. Be sure to be at the fair grounds in Bradford on Saturday, July 24, at 2 PM. You may be richer for it: I I II I JOIN THE "JOURNAL OPINION" AND THEIR FRIENDS CELEBRATE FAIR TIME IN THE UPPER VALLEY, COME TO THE CONNECTICUT VALLEY FAIR IN BRADFORD ON SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. UP TO $2000 IN PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY| ALL KINDS OF PRIZES--LARGE PRIZES, SMALL PRIZES--ALMOST 500 PRIZES IN ALL! Hale Furniture Connies Perry Oil Bradford Bottle Shoppe Bradford Oil Bradford Bingo Hill's 5 & 10 Coutee's Restaurant Bradford National Bank Bear Ridge Speedway Allen's Western Auto Gove & Morrill Hardware T.A. Kuralt Green Frog Garden Center Four Seasons Gove & Bancroft Pharmacy Auto Parts of Bradford Ward's Department Store Conn. Valley Fair Bradford Village Store July 21, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 9 wins big in coupes; Sou00or..+,o ard holds on in sweets rith  i1 Outstanding Stygles (77-Bradford) filling publication). Dan Beede was ' gave Bear the next two spots. net among the contestants as  one of the best The next heat was he punctured his oil pan in the ;?:--- racing thus far nit The dominated by Ricky Roberts semi-featurerace. " ,;' track was in .adition and the (36-E. Barre)RegMcLain(15- Waters, because he is a Guildhall, Vt.) out-performed relatively new driver, sat on t-aetphtheir C.V. Elms (6-N. Haverhill) the pole with Williams next to . limit. A driver and Clayton Hatch (56- him. When the "green" fell, .aSBob Waters (22- Topsham). Waters out-pulled Williams :'-Amkmu, Vt.). He drove ,hange Pinto ton Frank Keene (98-Chelsea) with Eastman, Chuck Beede, who didn't qualify, won the Stygles and Shepard close ," ce finish in his consolation race over Orin behind. Waters continued to tn., t, snatched the Howe (3-W. Lebanon)andBob open up breathing room and i'q and won a very Adams (14-S. Royalton, Vt.) was in the lead by at least five -Y."  'Yllfierseature race. theAll featurethree driverSrace, qualified for car lengths. He had an open 1  h   iu ,s,A VBa/;ihe in Semi-Feature Waters set the stage for iThetford) coming things to come in the semi- HOW THEY feature race as he powered his .,'uneWComer Dennis ear to the front and selfishly FINIS,RED e.d92"Keene, N.H.) held on to the lead. Following ! finish line for Waters over the finish line -,m. e' hitcomb isstill were Roberts, Williams, COUPES c ,WAIOlP_e t - ,,,0a4l  " his new car Elms, Eastman, and McLain. July 16, 1982 'Wned and driven Shepard, who was running in IstQualifier [" lde54) while fourth place, entered the third I. 93 Dale Williams ,,  rannina his new turn in heavy traffic, and 2. 22 Bob Waters ;  !redcar this week. 3. 1 Brother Eastman found himself climbing over 't  i 'nd heat was the bank and coming to rest on 4.92 Dennis Whitcomb ' the Beede boys. the other side. Repairs were 2nd Qualifier JlY ! k Beede (54- made to his car in time for the 1. 53 Dan Beede  | 2.54 Chuck Beede # rit of the time, feature event. Feature Race Fourteen cars were in the parade lap led by Swenson Insurance of Newbury, who sponsored the race. He was followed by the Speedway Scene van ( a racing Thomas Forward carries the his feature win at Bear Ridge last RIDGE STANDINGS 3.28 Bob Shepard 4.77 Arnie Stygles 3rd Qualifter I. 36 Ricky Roberts 2. 15 Reg McLain 3. 6C.V. Elms 4.56 Clayton Hatch Ist Consolation I. 98 Frank Keene 2. 3 Grin Howe 3. 14 Bob Adams Semi-feature I. 22 Bob Waters 2.36 Ricky Roberts 3.93 Dale Williams 4. 6C.V. Elms 5. 1Brother Eastman 6. 15 Reg McLain Feature I. 22 Bob Waters 2. 'I Brother Eastman 3.28 Bob Shepard 4.54 Chuck Beede 5.56 Clayton Hatch 6.98 Frank Keene 7. 3 Grin Howe 8.77 Arnie Stygles 9. 6 C.V. Elms 10.36 Ricky Roberts 11.92 Dennis Whitcomb 12.93 Dale Williams 13.15 Reg McLain 14.14 Bob Adams STREETS 1st Qualifier 1.75 David Gomo 2. 16 Dale Fadden 3.57 Alex Sutherland 4.71 Kenneth Hill 2nd Qualifier I. 44 Gene Pierson 2.13 Dustin Downing 3.73 Thomas Forward 4.18 Duncan McKay Ist Consolation 1.69 Doyg Boyce 2. 11 Carroll Porter 3.96 Robert Chaffee 4.17 Jim Morgan Semi.feature 1.73 Thomas Forward 2:16 Dale Fadden 3.13 Dustin Downing 4.44 Gene Pierson 5.16 Duncan McKay 6.57 Alex Sutherland Feature 1.73 Thomas Forward 2. 17 Jim Morgan 3.16 Dale Fadden 4.96 Robert Chaffee 5.13 Dustin Downing 6. 18 Duncan McKay 7.23 Frank Weigel 8.75 David Gomo 9.57 Alex Sutherland 10. 01 Thomas Spooner 11.69 Doug Boyce 12. 11 Carroll Porter 13.44 Gene Pierson 14.09 Reg Dailey 15.36 Gary Hall  ,le (53-Barre) I during a yellow  beating Chuck in { the Beede boy rn. It was a.on ) Shepard (28- Vt.) and Arnie COUPES (As of July 16, 1982) N. Haverhill ........................ 320 Vt ...................... 268 Vt ..... . .............. 263 E. Barre ........................ 197 W. Lebanon ........................ 195 Graniteville ..................... 188 Guildhall, Vt ...................... 186 Royalton ....................... 157 Bradford ...................... 151 Vt ........................ 148 Plainfield ....................... 136 Thefford ..................... 134 Barre,.Vt .......................... 129 Vt ..................... 128 , Sr., Warren ........................ 100 Thornton ...................... 97 .................... 76 Washington ....................... 67 .......................... 51 Tolmham .................... 28 .................... 13 Fairlee .......................... 13 Keene ........................ 13 Hartford, Vt .................... 3 ........................ 0 STREETS . W. Lebanon ...................... 180 Topsham ................... 169 Lebanon .................... 168 Barre, Vt ...................... 167 E. Corinth .................... 159 Jct ................. 156 E. Corinth ................... 139 Bath ......................... 112 , E. Corinth ....................... 111 W. Topsham ................. 91 89 .................... o .... Bradford ........................ 73 Newbury .................... 70 , N. Haverhill .................. 68 N.H .................. 59 Groton Vt ........................ 58 57 W. Lebanon .......... ...... . ..... 28 N.H ....................... 20 .............................. 14 ..................... 9 .................. ., .... W. Hartford.. : ................... O Enfield ..................... (-3) field until he got into lapped traffic which he handled well, wheeling to the outside of Whitcomb. Only one caution Only one yellow flag marred this race and the re- start had Waters still in the lead, but the tempo of the race seemed to be even higher speeds. Elms, who has con- sistently won at the Ridge, was still 10 or 11 places back, and 14 laps had already been completed. By this time, Eastman had latched onto the tail of Waters and was going to give him a run for his money. Waters, who felt the pressure, was drifting higher and higher coming into turns one and three, and then slipping down to the inside of turns two and four, effectively cutting off the doorway for Eastman. However, he was leaving a trail of water on the track from a leaking radiator. This gave Eastman a very slippery (please turn to page 10) Tournament softball HOME RUN KING-- Piermont teammates congratulate Donnie Kimball (cen- ter) who blasted two home runs during last weekends Southern Playdown action. Piermont won decisive victories over Orford on Saturday, and Lake Morey on Sunday. Tournament action resumes this Saturday with the Championship game scheduled at 3:15 Sunday at the Lyme field. ,it WHEN DO I GET A TURN-- Leeanna Hoyt of Wells River is ready to help the Warren I team, if only someone would give her a chance. Leeanna is from Wells River and the daughter of Hoyt and Vicide Darby. IN PRIZES II I II I Here's something exciting to tell you about. The Journal Opinion is doing it again: Another spectacular is scheduled for the Bradford Fair on Saturday afternoon, July 24 at 2 PM What is it? They aren't saying... but.., they are out on a limb as far as the weather is concerned. The JO is hopeful of a beautiful sunny day, but along with the sunshine they are predicting rain showers, wind storms, thunder, and hail storms. The exciting part is that they will be giving away up to $2,000 in gifts, How do they do it? They have lots of friends. Be sure to be at the fair grounds in Bradford on Saturday, July 24, at 2 PM. You may be richer for it: I I II I JOIN THE "JOURNAL OPINION" AND THEIR FRIENDS CELEBRATE FAIR TIME IN THE UPPER VALLEY, COME TO THE CONNECTICUT VALLEY FAIR IN BRADFORD ON SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. UP TO $2000 IN PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY| ALL KINDS OF PRIZES--LARGE PRIZES, SMALL PRIZES--ALMOST 500 PRIZES IN ALL! Hale Furniture Connies Perry Oil Bradford Bottle Shoppe Bradford Oil Bradford Bingo Hill's 5 & 10 Coutee's Restaurant Bradford National Bank Bear Ridge Speedway Allen's Western Auto Gove & Morrill Hardware T.A. Kuralt Green Frog Garden Center Four Seasons Gove & Bancroft Pharmacy Auto Parts of Bradford Ward's Department Store Conn. Valley Fair Bradford Village Store