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Page 8-The Journal Opinion-July 22, 1981 Sports SOUTHERN LEAGUE TOURNAMENT PLAYW. Fairlee player slugs ball in game against Piermont, in Lyme, last Sunday. Piermont gains the victory to seat them against the Kings Saturday. Tri Town wins playoff spot BRADFORD--Tri Town Nell Haywood and Mitchell Toyota of Bradford boosted its Green maintained a solid record to five wins and 4 losses wth a 5-2 victory over Barre Town in Central Vermont Soccer League action. The win assures Tri Town of a playoff berth. John Moon set the pace for Tri Town Toyota with two early goals. Bob DaLey, Barry defense, repeatedly spurning Barre Town attackers. The next home game will be played at Oxbow against Waitsfield. SON ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eastman Area youths help N.H. soccer win WOODSVILLE--Mike Pompian, a Woodsville High School graduate, was one of the victorious New Hampshire team members in Saturdays Lion's Twin State Soccer Cup match against Vermont in Keene, N.H The New Hampshire team defeated Vermont 3-1. Graham Sellers of Hanover scored two of the New Hampshire goals and assisted in the third. Bradford rec program is set Grant and Billy Ford scored of Ely are the parents of a one each to round out Tri baby boy, Timothy Paul, born Town's scoring drive. July 7 at Mary Hitchcock Fullbacks Dave Clements, Memorial Hospital. King Lumber beats --the in treet Double Elimination Softball 181 South Ma S 181 South Main Street [ Tournament held Saturday and Sunday, King Lumber Barre, Vermont I .... heat the Lyme rwates 17-6. 8024790540 REGULAR CARD OF RACING Trophies by Swenson Insurance Company also featuring STREET POWDER PUFF BRADFORD--The Bradford Summer Recreation Program will be held at Memorial Field from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. July 27 - Aug. "/ for children aged 7-15. Activities will include: table games, camp crafts, nature crafts, tennis, guitar, basketball, ball games, sof- tball, basic water safety, rading, arts and crafts, macrame, dungeon and dragons, and chess. For Bradford residents there is no charge; children from surrounding towns $1 per day. Call Carolyn Jefts for fur- ther information at 222-9387. Volunteer help is still needed and welcome. Wentworth was knocked out of the tournament. King Lumber clipped Thetford by 8 to 4 and Saturday meets Piermont. Canoe trip set HANOVER--/rhe Connecticut River Watershed Council has invited the public to par- ticipate in a canoe trip on Moore Reservoir July 25. Don Hooper of the Vermont Natural Resources Council Valley Group of the Sierra Club will paddle with the group and discuss the con- troversial Interstate 93 issue. Participants will meet at the Montshire Museum at 8:15 am. and return by 7 p.m. Canoes, paddles and life vests will be provided. The cost of the trip is $6 for members and children under 15, and $8 for non-members. For further information, call Bob Linck at (603) 643-5672. ADMISSION: '3.50 Adults '1.00 Child [] m RAIN DATE SAT. 8:00 p.m. Alternate Rain Date on Sunday m 7:30 E m [] B [] [] E] [] CHICKEN BARBECUE VERSHIRE--A Chicken barbecue to benefit the Vershire Volunteer Fire Department will be held at the Vershire School Horse Show July 18 from 12-2 p.m. FOREST FILM THETFORD HILL--Two films on forest management and foresters will be shown at 8 p.m. July 22 at the Bicen- [] "f4 4  )" tennial Building on Thetford tlill, sponsored by the Thet- []mE Dm00mBradford, Vermont . ford Library Association. I I I ] I I I JUST FOR KICKS We're having a Shoe Sale Men's, Women's and Children's ,.. Nike Shoes 25% off Actually we have over 450 Nike running shoes, soccer shoes, basket- ball (leather & canvas) and tennis shoes in stock, plus another shipment on its way. So we have reduced the price to move them out. HURRY IN TODAYI We also carry Nike Bags, T Shirts, Shorts, Jogging Suits & Nike Sweat Shirts. I J IIll II I I I II Ill I Ill I II "A Man's Shoppe" Downtown White River Jct., Vt. 295.7100 I II I IIIII UI J[I J I I I I Co-ed softball tourney slated JOHNSBURY--The St. registration fee has been set at Johnsbury Recreation $50 per team. Trophies will be Department will sponsor a Co- awarded to the first three Ed Softball Tournament July teams as well as individual 25-26. trophies for the winning entry. To register for the slo-pitch, A maximum of 16 teams will double-elimination tour- be accepted with 14 already nament, contact the registered. recreation office at 74R-8414. A 4b: COUPES July 17, 1981 1st Qualifier 1.62--Wally Langlois 2.21- Scott Spear 3.15--Regg McLain 4.16-Raymond Heath 2nd Qualifier 1. 1--Orin Howe 2.56--Clayton Hatch 3.57-Doug Roberts 4.96- Bob Shepard 3rd Qualifier 1.93- Dale Williams 2.53--Dan Beede 3.54--Chuck Beede 4.9B--Frank Keene ist Consolation i. 6--C.V. Elms III 2. 3-Ervine Eastman 3.36--Ricky Roberts 4.80--David Chestnut Semi-Feature 1.62--Wally Langlois 2.15- Regg McLain 3. --Clayton Hatch 4.93- Dale Williams 5. l--OrinHowe 6.53--Dan Beede 7.54- Chuck Beede 8.21-Scott Spear 9.57-Doug Roberts Feature 1. 3--Ervine Eastman 2.98-Frank Keene 3.54-Chuck Beede 4.56-Clayton Hatch 5.5o-Chuck Frazier 6. 6-C.V. Elms, III 7.62--Wally Langlois 8.53--Dan Beede 9.21-Scott Spear 10.80--David Chestnut II. 1--Orin Howe 12.14--Bob Adams 13.88-Don Davis 14.15--Regg McLain 15.16--Raymond Heath 16.93--Dale Williams 17.36-- Ricky Roberts 18.96-Bob Shepard STREETS July 17, 1981 ist Qualifier 1.48--Peter Greaves 2.29--Roger Pecor 3.93--Randy Hutchinson 4.57--Alex Sutherland 2rid Qualifier 1.17--Jim Morgan 2.16--Richard Fadden 3.01--Thomas Spooner 4.24-Alex Hart 3rd Qualifier 1.28--Floyd Jarvis 2. l--Ralph Baldwin 3.18--Duncan McKay 4.61--Wayne Hazlett I st Consola tion 1. ll--Carroll Porter 2.23--Frank Weigel 3.31--Harry Davidson 4.49--Arnold Stygles Semi-Feature 1.17--Jim Morgan 2.28--Floyd Jarvis 3. l--Ralph Baldwin 4. t8--Duncan McKay 5.16--Richard Fadden 6.29--Roger Pecor Feature 1.23--Frank Weigel 2.61--Wayne Hazlett 3.16--Ricbard Fadden 4.28--Floyd Jarvis 5.17--Jim Morgan 6.57--Alex Sutherland 7.1 l--Carroll Porter 8.97--Brad Phelps 8.97--Brad Phelps 9.31--Harry Davidson 1O, 93--Randy Hutchinson 11.49-- 12.48--Peter Greaves 13.24--Alex Hart 14.29--Roger Pecor 15.18--Duncan McKay COUPES POINT STANDINGS 1. No. 3--Brother Eastman, E. Thetford, Vt ............. 230 2. No. 98--Frank Keene, Chelsea, Vt ..................... 226 3. No. 6--C.V. Elms, III, N. Haverhill, N.H .............. 213 4. No. 53--Dan Beede, Barre, Vt ......................... 208 5. No. 54---Chuck Beede, Barre, Vt ...................... 204 6. No. 50--Chuck Frazier, Thefford, Vt .................. 171 7. No. 93--Dale Williams, Wells River, Vt ................ 168 s. No, 56--.Cla Hatch, E, Topsham, Vt ............... 1.68 9 No: li'ln l0we, W Lebanon, N.H:..: .............. 1.60 10. No. 96--Bob Shepard, Graniteville, Vt ................. 150 11. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Plainfield, Vt .................. 93 11. No. 14---Bob Adams, So. Royal(on, Vt .................. 93 12. No. 80--David Chestnut, White River Jet., Vt .......... 90 13. No. 21--Scott Spear, Newport, N.H .................... 89 14. No. 51--David Simpson, Barre, Vt ..................... 84 15. No. 36--Ricky Roberts, East Barre, Vt ................ 81 16. No. W--Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt .................... 78 17. No. 16---Ray Heath, Warren, N.H ...................... 50 17. No. 15--Reg McLain ............................... 50 18. No. 7--Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt ................... 44 19. No. 62--Wally Langlois ............................... 41 20. No. 7--Jr. Towle, Bradford, Vt ....................... 21 21, No. 01--David Smith, White River Jct., Vt ............. 20 22. No. 2--Willy Race ................................... 15 23. No. 5--Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ................... 10 24. No. 68--Donnie Davis, W. Plymouth, N.H .............. 8 25. No. 44----Mike Heath .................................. 7 Nor-Way Pines to stage midseason by NORMAN R. ROULX placed third in the semi. Bill WENTWORTH--Stock car Moses qualified fourth in the racing continues to improve at third qualifier. New Hampshire's dirt track. The consolation was won by Twenty-two Sportsmen C.V. Elms. Don Davis, Sam Coupes were on hand for Evangelista and Bob Prosser competition along with 14 were able to qualify at the end Hobbyists. A regular card of of the preliminaries. racing was held. The Sportsmen Coupe Allen (Bunky) Adams won Feature event was captured the first qualifier, Ed Smith by C.V. Elms, this was Elms was second, Mark Packard fourth feature win this season.  % .... was third, and Ralph Harlow Bunky Adams, who was a ........  fourth. 'victim of lap traffic, finished ..... Allen (Butch) Burbank won second. Ed Smith defended his the second qualifier and the point lead by finishing third. semi-feature in his No. 02 Butch Clogston finished coupe. Burbank was leading fourth; under a blanket with the feature until mechanical the other leaders. Ralph problems made him pit. Terry Stygles placed fifth. Bishop scored second, Joe White became a victor Raymond Heath, Sr., third, in the Late Model Hobby and Bob Packard fourth in the feature, Franny Comeau was second qualifier, second, Phil McQuin was Robert Rushford powered third. Harry Davidson won the his number 7 coupe to a win in six-cylinder warmup and the third qualifier. Albert Steve Heinz won the V8 (Butch) Clogs(on placed warmup. second and Ralph Stygles Next week it will be the mid- showed third. Stygles came season Track Championship out to finish second in the at Nor-Way Pines Speedway. semi-feature and Clngston Recent entries in the Laconia Racquetball Summer Classic: Rich Saffo 4th Place Men's "C" Division, Jeanette Enderson winner Woman's Novice and Steve Savage Men's "C" Consolation Winner. 26. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 STREET DIVISION POINT STANDINGS 1. No. ll--Carroll Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ................. 192 2. No. 1--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ............... 159 3. No. 61--Wayne Hazlett, Woodsville, N:H .............. 157 4. No. 23--Frank Weigel, White River Jet., Vt ............ 149 5. No. 18--Duncan McKay, E. Barre, Vt ................. 144 6. No. 28--Floyd Jarvis, Jr., Northfield, Vt ............... 141 7. No. 16--Richard Fadden, N. Haverhill, N.H ........... 117 8. No. 97--Bradley Phelps, N. Thetford, Vt ............... 116 9. No. 01.--Thomas Spooner, E. Topsham, Vt ............. 114 10. No. 31--Harry Davidson, Piermont, N.H .............. 113 11. No. 50--Arnold Styglas, Bradford, Vt .................. 111 12. No. 17--Jim Morgan, White River Jct., Vt ............. 108 13. No. 24--Alex Hart, Williamstown, Vt .................. 72 14. No. 77--Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt .................... 65 15. No. 57--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ................... 59 16. No. 48--Peter Greaves, W. Danville, Vt ............... 58 17. No. 69--Doug Boyce, Groton, Vt ....................... 47 18. No. 44--Gene Pierson, Jr., E. Corinth, Vt .............. 45 19. No. 93--Randy Hutchinson, E. Thefford, Vt ............ 31 20. No. 75--David Gomo, Websterville, Vt ................ 28 21. No. 34--Richard Simmons, Bradford, Vt .............. 21 21. No. 81--Marshall Laundry, Jr., Woodsville, N.H ....... 21 22. No. 71--Bruce Gendron, Waits River, Vt ............... 18 Racket Shack News Men's Summer League Shirley Morris .. :'... :, .14 Points Jeanette Enderson ......... 12 Rich Saffo, Sr .............. 19 Susanne Smith ............. 10 Nowell Brown .............. 15 Sylvia Wheeler ............. 10 Steve Savage .............. 9 Doris Savage .............. 8 Scott Davis ................ 9 Sarah Davis ............... 7 Mike Hulbert .............. 9 Bonnie Prouty ............. 5 Bruce Beauvais ............ 8 Pat Wolfe .................. 3 Mike Roy .................. 8 Sandy Morris .............. 3 Niles Prouty ............... 8 Dick Smith ................. 6 Men's Summer League Rich Saffo, Jr .............. 3 Wayne Dickey .... : ........ 6 Clark Brooks ............... 2 Bruce Enderson, Sr ......... 6 Norman Farr .............. 3 Ladies Summer League Fred White ................ 2 SteffieSaffo ................ 17 JohnSaffo ................. I CONCENTRATION--That's what it takes to pull the big loads in the 4-wheel drive pull last Saturday evening in North Haverhill. TOP HOBBY--Larry Welch in No. 90 Driver at Nor-Way Pines Speedway in LATE MODEL HOBBY HANDICAPPING POINTS 1. No. 90--Larry Welch ................... 2. No. 35---Phil McQuin ....................... 3. No. 14---Gil Dinger ..................... 4. No. 00--Joe White .......................... 4. No. 89--Franny Comeau. 5. No. 15--Dave Annis ........................ 6. No. 04--Garry Heinz ................... .'" 7. No. 06--Dick Gilpatrick ................ 8. No. 05--Steve Heinz .................... 9. No. 44--Jim Moses ....................... ! 10. No. 17--Nancy Maxium ................ 11. No. 31--Harry Davidson .................... 12. No. 50--Steve Ellsworth ................. 13. No. 80--Butch Drake .................... SPORTSMEN COUPES HANDICAPPING POINTS 1. No. 6--C.V. Elms ............... . ..... 2. No. 33--Ed Smith ..................... 3. No. 01--Butch Clogston ................ ." 4. No. 42--Bunky Adams ................. iii 5. No. 68--Don Davis .................... 6. No. 02--Butch Burbank ................ " 7. No. 7--Bob Rushford ................. "! 8. No. 16--Ray Heath Sr .................. "" 9. No. 57--Doug Roberts ................. 10. No. 81--Mark Packard ................ 10. No. 96 Vt.--Pete Dunn ................. 11. No. 5---BobPackard .................. 12. No, 67--Ralph Harlow .................... "" 13. No. 7X--Bill Moses ............... i .... 14. No. --Ralph Stygles ................... '.i: 15. No. 15--Will Moses ...................... 16. No. 03--Garry Duston ................. "'* 17. No. 23--Bob Webber ................... "" 18. No. 96 N.H.--Terry Bishop ............ "" 19. No. ll--Bob Prosser .................. '" 20. No. 96 N.H.--Darrel Robins ........... '" 21. No. 14--Ray Heath, Jr .................. "'". 22. No. 1--R.J. Harrimon .., 23. No. 40--Sammy Evangelista ............. " 24. No. 03--Owen Zewiker .................. 25. No. 70--Mike Chalice .................... Warren softball team is WARREN--The Warren I softball team finished the Re, regular season with a 2nd place finish and a 13-5 record, 20; Foote, 19. the second best record ever Runs: recorded by a Warren team. Allsop, Individual leaders were as Jorgensen, follows: Kennedy, Batting average, Nelson Belyea, Kennedy, .589; hits, Rich Nicol Pike, 45; runs scored, Rich Home Pike, 35; doubles, Butch Spencer, Spencer, 12 triples, Charlie 4; Jessema Jorgensen, 5; and home runs, Reynolds, Rich Pike, l l. Jorgensen, 1. Batting averages: Nelson Triples:. Kennedy, .589; Rich Pike, Spencer and ! .556; AI Jesseman,.508; Butch and L. Spencer, .494; Roy Belyea, Ailsop, .483; Charlie Jorgensen, .483; 1. Mike Reynolds, .429; Bruce Doubles: Ailsop, .388; Chuck Nicol, 10; .370; Ross Evans, .368; Nicol, C. Charlie Foote, .358; Larry Kennedy, Nicol, .319. Jesseman, Hits: Pike, 45; Spencer, 44; Reynolds, 3. Jorgensen, 43; Jesseman and 22. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ....................... 18 "- -- : 23. No.29--RichardPecor, Barre, Vt ..................... ,7 KORNER 24. No. 43--Monty Sweet, E. Corinth, Vt .................. 13 ff. by 25. No. 01--Tony Spooner, W. Topsham, Vt ................ 8 26. No. 33---Rene Crete ................................... 4 Fo the r wee 350 Butaco 125 Honda 125 OSSA 125 Honda 125 OSSA 250 Suzuki MOTORCYCLE RACES July 17, 1981 OPEN 1. Todd Henning, Provincetown, Ma. 2. Richard Merrill, Laconia, N.H. 3. Mike Merrill, Laconia, N.H. z50 CC I. Richard Merrill, Laconia, N.H. 2. Mike Merrill, Laconia, N.H. 3. Tony Wheeler, Newbury, Vt. ICC I. Mike Merrill, Laconia, N.H. 2. Richard Merrill, Laconia, N.H. 3. Steve Benson, Milton, Vt. GREEN SLIME OR MONSTER?--This odd looking vehicle hopes to pull better than 10,000 pounds in the doodle-bug category of the 4-wheel drive pull of the Connecticut Valley Pullers Association. Somehow kids and little he returns creatures seem to go mate. together: Mary and her little A little girl lamb; the barefoot, freckled boy, fishing pole in hand and 20 faithful pup trotting by his them runs side. ween her Puppies and kitties are a twin everywhere, but the variety is take care endless, from frogs in the the little pocket to nursing a wounded him from a bird. lamb 125 OSSA 125 Honda 125 Butaco We have a series of photo- mischief bud panel story books on "The Little the table Jeffords named to et Lamb," "The Little Duck," he is WASltINGTON--U.S. Rep. handicapped, dairy price "The Little Rabbit." There green pas James M. Jeffords (R.Vt.) has supports, food stamps, low are other titles in the series, sheep. - r been named a member of the income energy assistance, called Random House The little Budget Reconciliation Con- virtually all agricultural "Picturebacks". Each shows present, tu i| ference Committee, with programs, and child nutrition, actual photographs of the between b[ili jurisdiction over a long list of Jeffords said he was ex- animal growing up, as a eggs. While0 key budget areas, tremely pleased with the child's pet. bright mead The issues for which Jef- conference committee ap- A boy, while fishing, finds a named Butt, fords will help negotiate a pointment, which will give duck's egg nestled in thegrass goes manie final House-Senate com- him a direct voice in molding at the edge of the pond. little girl fr l promise in themassivebudget the final budget legislation Through careful use of the a little ba" bill include education block affecting most of the budget incubator, he is able tohatcha ButtercuP a grants, most education fun- areas he has focused upon in little duck out of the egg. The named after ding, CETA, programs for the deliberations todate, duck Henry becomes his pet week. The S: senior citizens and for the and friend until a year later, (please Page 8-The Journal Opinion-July 22, 1981 Sports SOUTHERN LEAGUE TOURNAMENT PLAYW. Fairlee player slugs ball in game against Piermont, in Lyme, last Sunday. Piermont gains the victory to seat them against the Kings Saturday. Tri Town wins playoff spot BRADFORD--Tri Town Nell Haywood and Mitchell Toyota of Bradford boosted its Green maintained a solid record to five wins and 4 losses wth a 5-2 victory over Barre Town in Central Vermont Soccer League action. The win assures Tri Town of a playoff berth. John Moon set the pace for Tri Town Toyota with two early goals. Bob DaLey, Barry defense, repeatedly spurning Barre Town attackers. The next home game will be played at Oxbow against Waitsfield. SON ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eastman Area youths help N.H. soccer win WOODSVILLE--Mike Pompian, a Woodsville High School graduate, was one of the victorious New Hampshire team members in Saturdays Lion's Twin State Soccer Cup match against Vermont in Keene, N.H The New Hampshire team defeated Vermont 3-1. Graham Sellers of Hanover scored two of the New Hampshire goals and assisted in the third. Bradford rec program is set Grant and Billy Ford scored of Ely are the parents of a one each to round out Tri baby boy, Timothy Paul, born Town's scoring drive. July 7 at Mary Hitchcock Fullbacks Dave Clements, Memorial Hospital. King Lumber beats --the in treet Double Elimination Softball 181 South Ma S 181 South Main Street [ Tournament held Saturday and Sunday, King Lumber Barre, Vermont I .... heat the Lyme rwates 17-6. 8024790540 REGULAR CARD OF RACING Trophies by Swenson Insurance Company also featuring STREET POWDER PUFF BRADFORD--The Bradford Summer Recreation Program will be held at Memorial Field from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. July 27 - Aug. "/ for children aged 7-15. Activities will include: table games, camp crafts, nature crafts, tennis, guitar, basketball, ball games, sof- tball, basic water safety, rading, arts and crafts, macrame, dungeon and dragons, and chess. For Bradford residents there is no charge; children from surrounding towns $1 per day. Call Carolyn Jefts for fur- ther information at 222-9387. Volunteer help is still needed and welcome. Wentworth was knocked out of the tournament. King Lumber clipped Thetford by 8 to 4 and Saturday meets Piermont. Canoe trip set HANOVER--/rhe Connecticut River Watershed Council has invited the public to par- ticipate in a canoe trip on Moore Reservoir July 25. Don Hooper of the Vermont Natural Resources Council Valley Group of the Sierra Club will paddle with the group and discuss the con- troversial Interstate 93 issue. Participants will meet at the Montshire Museum at 8:15 am. and return by 7 p.m. Canoes, paddles and life vests will be provided. The cost of the trip is $6 for members and children under 15, and $8 for non-members. For further information, call Bob Linck at (603) 643-5672. ADMISSION: '3.50 Adults '1.00 Child [] m RAIN DATE SAT. 8:00 p.m. Alternate Rain Date on Sunday m 7:30 E m [] B [] [] E] [] CHICKEN BARBECUE VERSHIRE--A Chicken barbecue to benefit the Vershire Volunteer Fire Department will be held at the Vershire School Horse Show July 18 from 12-2 p.m. FOREST FILM THETFORD HILL--Two films on forest management and foresters will be shown at 8 p.m. July 22 at the Bicen- [] "f4 4  )" tennial Building on Thetford tlill, sponsored by the Thet- []mE Dm00mBradford, Vermont . ford Library Association. I I I ] I I I JUST FOR KICKS We're having a Shoe Sale Men's, Women's and Children's ,.. Nike Shoes 25% off Actually we have over 450 Nike running shoes, soccer shoes, basket- ball (leather & canvas) and tennis shoes in stock, plus another shipment on its way. So we have reduced the price to move them out. HURRY IN TODAYI We also carry Nike Bags, T Shirts, Shorts, Jogging Suits & Nike Sweat Shirts. I J IIll II I I I II Ill I Ill I II "A Man's Shoppe" Downtown White River Jct., Vt. 295.7100 I II I IIIII UI J[I J I I I I Co-ed softball tourney slated JOHNSBURY--The St. registration fee has been set at Johnsbury Recreation $50 per team. Trophies will be Department will sponsor a Co- awarded to the first three Ed Softball Tournament July teams as well as individual 25-26. trophies for the winning entry. To register for the slo-pitch, A maximum of 16 teams will double-elimination tour- be accepted with 14 already nament, contact the registered. recreation office at 74R-8414. A 4b: COUPES July 17, 1981 1st Qualifier 1.62--Wally Langlois 2.21- Scott Spear 3.15--Regg McLain 4.16-Raymond Heath 2nd Qualifier 1. 1--Orin Howe 2.56--Clayton Hatch 3.57-Doug Roberts 4.96- Bob Shepard 3rd Qualifier 1.93- Dale Williams 2.53--Dan Beede 3.54--Chuck Beede 4.9B--Frank Keene ist Consolation i. 6--C.V. Elms III 2. 3-Ervine Eastman 3.36--Ricky Roberts 4.80--David Chestnut Semi-Feature 1.62--Wally Langlois 2.15- Regg McLain 3. --Clayton Hatch 4.93- Dale Williams 5. l--OrinHowe 6.53--Dan Beede 7.54- Chuck Beede 8.21-Scott Spear 9.57-Doug Roberts Feature 1. 3--Ervine Eastman 2.98-Frank Keene 3.54-Chuck Beede 4.56-Clayton Hatch 5.5o-Chuck Frazier 6. 6-C.V. Elms, III 7.62--Wally Langlois 8.53--Dan Beede 9.21-Scott Spear 10.80--David Chestnut II. 1--Orin Howe 12.14--Bob Adams 13.88-Don Davis 14.15--Regg McLain 15.16--Raymond Heath 16.93--Dale Williams 17.36-- Ricky Roberts 18.96-Bob Shepard STREETS July 17, 1981 ist Qualifier 1.48--Peter Greaves 2.29--Roger Pecor 3.93--Randy Hutchinson 4.57--Alex Sutherland 2rid Qualifier 1.17--Jim Morgan 2.16--Richard Fadden 3.01--Thomas Spooner 4.24-Alex Hart 3rd Qualifier 1.28--Floyd Jarvis 2. l--Ralph Baldwin 3.18--Duncan McKay 4.61--Wayne Hazlett I st Consola tion 1. ll--Carroll Porter 2.23--Frank Weigel 3.31--Harry Davidson 4.49--Arnold Stygles Semi-Feature 1.17--Jim Morgan 2.28--Floyd Jarvis 3. l--Ralph Baldwin 4. t8--Duncan McKay 5.16--Richard Fadden 6.29--Roger Pecor Feature 1.23--Frank Weigel 2.61--Wayne Hazlett 3.16--Ricbard Fadden 4.28--Floyd Jarvis 5.17--Jim Morgan 6.57--Alex Sutherland 7.1 l--Carroll Porter 8.97--Brad Phelps 8.97--Brad Phelps 9.31--Harry Davidson 1O, 93--Randy Hutchinson 11.49-- 12.48--Peter Greaves 13.24--Alex Hart 14.29--Roger Pecor 15.18--Duncan McKay COUPES POINT STANDINGS 1. No. 3--Brother Eastman, E. Thetford, Vt ............. 230 2. No. 98--Frank Keene, Chelsea, Vt ..................... 226 3. No. 6--C.V. Elms, III, N. Haverhill, N.H .............. 213 4. No. 53--Dan Beede, Barre, Vt ......................... 208 5. No. 54---Chuck Beede, Barre, Vt ...................... 204 6. No. 50--Chuck Frazier, Thefford, Vt .................. 171 7. No. 93--Dale Williams, Wells River, Vt ................ 168 s. No, 56--.Cla Hatch, E, Topsham, Vt ............... 1.68 9 No: li'ln l0we, W Lebanon, N.H:..: .............. 1.60 10. No. 96--Bob Shepard, Graniteville, Vt ................. 150 11. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Plainfield, Vt .................. 93 11. No. 14---Bob Adams, So. Royal(on, Vt .................. 93 12. No. 80--David Chestnut, White River Jet., Vt .......... 90 13. No. 21--Scott Spear, Newport, N.H .................... 89 14. No. 51--David Simpson, Barre, Vt ..................... 84 15. No. 36--Ricky Roberts, East Barre, Vt ................ 81 16. No. W--Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt .................... 78 17. No. 16---Ray Heath, Warren, N.H ...................... 50 17. No. 15--Reg McLain ............................... 50 18. No. 7--Bob Rushford, Bradford, Vt ................... 44 19. No. 62--Wally Langlois ............................... 41 20. No. 7--Jr. Towle, Bradford, Vt ....................... 21 21, No. 01--David Smith, White River Jct., Vt ............. 20 22. No. 2--Willy Race ................................... 15 23. No. 5--Bob Packard, Enfield, N.H ................... 10 24. No. 68--Donnie Davis, W. Plymouth, N.H .............. 8 25. No. 44----Mike Heath .................................. 7 Nor-Way Pines to stage midseason by NORMAN R. ROULX placed third in the semi. Bill WENTWORTH--Stock car Moses qualified fourth in the racing continues to improve at third qualifier. New Hampshire's dirt track. The consolation was won by Twenty-two Sportsmen C.V. Elms. Don Davis, Sam Coupes were on hand for Evangelista and Bob Prosser competition along with 14 were able to qualify at the end Hobbyists. A regular card of of the preliminaries. racing was held. The Sportsmen Coupe Allen (Bunky) Adams won Feature event was captured the first qualifier, Ed Smith by C.V. Elms, this was Elms was second, Mark Packard fourth feature win this season.  % .... was third, and Ralph Harlow Bunky Adams, who was a ........  fourth. 'victim of lap traffic, finished ..... Allen (Butch) Burbank won second. Ed Smith defended his the second qualifier and the point lead by finishing third. semi-feature in his No. 02 Butch Clogston finished coupe. Burbank was leading fourth; under a blanket with the feature until mechanical the other leaders. Ralph problems made him pit. Terry Stygles placed fifth. Bishop scored second, Joe White became a victor Raymond Heath, Sr., third, in the Late Model Hobby and Bob Packard fourth in the feature, Franny Comeau was second qualifier, second, Phil McQuin was Robert Rushford powered third. Harry Davidson won the his number 7 coupe to a win in six-cylinder warmup and the third qualifier. Albert Steve Heinz won the V8 (Butch) Clogs(on placed warmup. second and Ralph Stygles Next week it will be the mid- showed third. Stygles came season Track Championship out to finish second in the at Nor-Way Pines Speedway. semi-feature and Clngston Recent entries in the Laconia Racquetball Summer Classic: Rich Saffo 4th Place Men's "C" Division, Jeanette Enderson winner Woman's Novice and Steve Savage Men's "C" Consolation Winner. 26. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 STREET DIVISION POINT STANDINGS 1. No. ll--Carroll Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ................. 192 2. No. 1--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ............... 159 3. No. 61--Wayne Hazlett, Woodsville, N:H .............. 157 4. No. 23--Frank Weigel, White River Jet., Vt ............ 149 5. No. 18--Duncan McKay, E. Barre, Vt ................. 144 6. No. 28--Floyd Jarvis, Jr., Northfield, Vt ............... 141 7. No. 16--Richard Fadden, N. Haverhill, N.H ........... 117 8. No. 97--Bradley Phelps, N. Thetford, Vt ............... 116 9. No. 01.--Thomas Spooner, E. Topsham, Vt ............. 114 10. No. 31--Harry Davidson, Piermont, N.H .............. 113 11. No. 50--Arnold Styglas, Bradford, Vt .................. 111 12. No. 17--Jim Morgan, White River Jct., Vt ............. 108 13. No. 24--Alex Hart, Williamstown, Vt .................. 72 14. No. 77--Bruce Towle, Bradford, Vt .................... 65 15. No. 57--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H ................... 59 16. No. 48--Peter Greaves, W. Danville, Vt ............... 58 17. No. 69--Doug Boyce, Groton, Vt ....................... 47 18. No. 44--Gene Pierson, Jr., E. Corinth, Vt .............. 45 19. No. 93--Randy Hutchinson, E. Thefford, Vt ............ 31 20. No. 75--David Gomo, Websterville, Vt ................ 28 21. No. 34--Richard Simmons, Bradford, Vt .............. 21 21. No. 81--Marshall Laundry, Jr., Woodsville, N.H ....... 21 22. No. 71--Bruce Gendron, Waits River, Vt ............... 18 Racket Shack News Men's Summer League Shirley Morris .. :'... :, .14 Points Jeanette Enderson ......... 12 Rich Saffo, Sr .............. 19 Susanne Smith ............. 10 Nowell Brown .............. 15 Sylvia Wheeler ............. 10 Steve Savage .............. 9 Doris Savage .............. 8 Scott Davis ................ 9 Sarah Davis ............... 7 Mike Hulbert .............. 9 Bonnie Prouty ............. 5 Bruce Beauvais ............ 8 Pat Wolfe .................. 3 Mike Roy .................. 8 Sandy Morris .............. 3 Niles Prouty ............... 8 Dick Smith ................. 6 Men's Summer League Rich Saffo, Jr .............. 3 Wayne Dickey .... : ........ 6 Clark Brooks ............... 2 Bruce Enderson, Sr ......... 6 Norman Farr .............. 3 Ladies Summer League Fred White ................ 2 SteffieSaffo ................ 17 JohnSaffo ................. I CONCENTRATION--That's what it takes to pull the big loads in the 4-wheel drive pull last Saturday evening in North Haverhill. TOP HOBBY--Larry Welch in No. 90 Driver at Nor-Way Pines Speedway in LATE MODEL HOBBY HANDICAPPING POINTS 1. No. 90--Larry Welch ................... 2. No. 35---Phil McQuin ....................... 3. No. 14---Gil Dinger ..................... 4. No. 00--Joe White .......................... 4. No. 89--Franny Comeau. 5. No. 15--Dave Annis ........................ 6. No. 04--Garry Heinz ................... .'" 7. No. 06--Dick Gilpatrick ................ 8. No. 05--Steve Heinz .................... 9. No. 44--Jim Moses ....................... ! 10. No. 17--Nancy Maxium ................ 11. No. 31--Harry Davidson .................... 12. No. 50--Steve Ellsworth ................. 13. No. 80--Butch Drake .................... SPORTSMEN COUPES HANDICAPPING POINTS 1. No. 6--C.V. Elms ............... . ..... 2. No. 33--Ed Smith ..................... 3. No. 01--Butch Clogston ................ ." 4. No. 42--Bunky Adams ................. iii 5. No. 68--Don Davis .................... 6. No. 02--Butch Burbank ................ " 7. No. 7--Bob Rushford ................. "! 8. No. 16--Ray Heath Sr .................. "" 9. No. 57--Doug Roberts ................. 10. No. 81--Mark Packard ................ 10. No. 96 Vt.--Pete Dunn ................. 11. No. 5---BobPackard .................. 12. No, 67--Ralph Harlow .................... "" 13. No. 7X--Bill Moses ............... i .... 14. No. --Ralph Stygles ................... '.i: 15. No. 15--Will Moses ...................... 16. No. 03--Garry Duston ................. "'* 17. No. 23--Bob Webber ................... "" 18. No. 96 N.H.--Terry Bishop ............ "" 19. No. ll--Bob Prosser .................. '" 20. No. 96 N.H.--Darrel Robins ........... '" 21. No. 14--Ray Heath, Jr .................. "'". 22. No. 1--R.J. Harrimon .., 23. No. 40--Sammy Evangelista ............. " 24. No. 03--Owen Zewiker .................. 25. No. 70--Mike Chalice .................... Warren softball team is WARREN--The Warren I softball team finished the Re, regular season with a 2nd place finish and a 13-5 record, 20; Foote, 19. the second best record ever Runs: recorded by a Warren team. Allsop, Individual leaders were as Jorgensen, follows: Kennedy, Batting average, Nelson Belyea, Kennedy, .589; hits, Rich Nicol Pike, 45; runs scored, Rich Home Pike, 35; doubles, Butch Spencer, Spencer, 12 triples, Charlie 4; Jessema Jorgensen, 5; and home runs, Reynolds, Rich Pike, l l. Jorgensen, 1. Batting averages: Nelson Triples:. Kennedy, .589; Rich Pike, Spencer and ! .556; AI Jesseman,.508; Butch and L. Spencer, .494; Roy Belyea, Ailsop, .483; Charlie Jorgensen, .483; 1. Mike Reynolds, .429; Bruce Doubles: Ailsop, .388; Chuck Nicol, 10; .370; Ross Evans, .368; Nicol, C. Charlie Foote, .358; Larry Kennedy, Nicol, .319. Jesseman, Hits: Pike, 45; Spencer, 44; Reynolds, 3. Jorgensen, 43; Jesseman and 22. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ....................... 18 "- -- : 23. No.29--RichardPecor, Barre, Vt ..................... ,7 KORNER 24. No. 43--Monty Sweet, E. Corinth, Vt .................. 13 ff. by 25. No. 01--Tony Spooner, W. Topsham, Vt ................ 8 26. No. 33---Rene Crete ................................... 4 Fo the r wee 350 Butaco 125 Honda 125 OSSA 125 Honda 125 OSSA 250 Suzuki MOTORCYCLE RACES July 17, 1981 OPEN 1. Todd Henning, Provincetown, Ma. 2. Richard Merrill, Laconia, N.H. 3. Mike Merrill, Laconia, N.H. z50 CC I. Richard Merrill, Laconia, N.H. 2. Mike Merrill, Laconia, N.H. 3. Tony Wheeler, Newbury, Vt. ICC I. Mike Merrill, Laconia, N.H. 2. Richard Merrill, Laconia, N.H. 3. Steve Benson, Milton, Vt. GREEN SLIME OR MONSTER?--This odd looking vehicle hopes to pull better than 10,000 pounds in the doodle-bug category of the 4-wheel drive pull of the Connecticut Valley Pullers Association. Somehow kids and little he returns creatures seem to go mate. together: Mary and her little A little girl lamb; the barefoot, freckled boy, fishing pole in hand and 20 faithful pup trotting by his them runs side. ween her Puppies and kitties are a twin everywhere, but the variety is take care endless, from frogs in the the little pocket to nursing a wounded him from a bird. lamb 125 OSSA 125 Honda 125 Butaco We have a series of photo- mischief bud panel story books on "The Little the table Jeffords named to et Lamb," "The Little Duck," he is WASltINGTON--U.S. Rep. handicapped, dairy price "The Little Rabbit." There green pas James M. Jeffords (R.Vt.) has supports, food stamps, low are other titles in the series, sheep. - r been named a member of the income energy assistance, called Random House The little Budget Reconciliation Con- virtually all agricultural "Picturebacks". Each shows present, tu i| ference Committee, with programs, and child nutrition, actual photographs of the between b[ili jurisdiction over a long list of Jeffords said he was ex- animal growing up, as a eggs. While0 key budget areas, tremely pleased with the child's pet. bright mead The issues for which Jef- conference committee ap- A boy, while fishing, finds a named Butt, fords will help negotiate a pointment, which will give duck's egg nestled in thegrass goes manie final House-Senate com- him a direct voice in molding at the edge of the pond. little girl fr l promise in themassivebudget the final budget legislation Through careful use of the a little ba" bill include education block affecting most of the budget incubator, he is able tohatcha ButtercuP a grants, most education fun- areas he has focused upon in little duck out of the egg. The named after ding, CETA, programs for the deliberations todate, duck Henry becomes his pet week. The S: senior citizens and for the and friend until a year later, (please