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August 5, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 NorwaYtrack hasPines I Sports i t-'h00le winner Jm00my Fund game set in Monroe 's-pe- r-mR for the by NORMAN R. ROULX 2. Ed Smith 175 i-E.r, WENTWORTH--Nor-Way 3. AllenAdams 166 the permit area and live on the land At the weekly pit meeting all 26. Robert Adams 4 ][v.e priority for the permits. ident hunters may receive up eleven percent of ?aprd,t!aining per mit s. to iedn:, ART CONTEST WENTWORTH--The King Lumber Men won the whole tournament for the last two weekends and are now Con- necticut Valley Softball League 1981 Champions. In the two All-Star Games played Sunday in Warren, the East team won one and the West won one. The Little League cookout with Rumney on Hamilton field will he held Aug 9. drivers in all classes voted out 27. Stephen Drake 2 the multiplying of points HOBBY CLA88 POINTS earned by the total number of 1. Philip McCuin 158 weeks at the speedway at 2. Larry Welch 157 season's end. 3. Joe White 152 a c , s , Several drivers were 4. Gilbert Dinger 149 t h ,' penalized during this week's 5. Franny Comeau 146 racing for rough riding or pilot 6. Dvid Annis 136 st     . '  l: error" One wOnd what 7" Garry HinwOllid happen if front running 8. Steve Hinz 10710 cars would race at a con- 9. Harry Davidson 91 trollable speed and not 10. Dick Gilpatriek 83 e t d eliminate each other from 11. Jim Moses 74 a 7 i i competition. 12. Steve Ellsworth 65 13. Nancy Maxium 58 | z i 14. Francis Drake II ar l POINT STANDINGS Points for any driver are c f o Sportsmen's Coupe dropped after a driver misses ) f 1. C.V. Elms 188 three woeks in a row. "" ° Reggie McIadn wins y 1  ii .......... : "-- y ' ASANT STAMP Iowa artist, Paul coupe feature n  won the 1981 New Hampshire Pheasant race   Art Contest with his acrylic painting, "Edge of BRADFORD--The coupe The street feature was won e feature race at Bear Ridge by Duncan McKay, whetonka id Pheasant." The 1981 pheasant stamps are Speedway Friday night was triple crown for the evening in ,wl, available. ( rt &  soo) won by Reggie McLain, who the street division. dri thne is here for the 1982 New Hampshire Pheasant took a triple crown for the Both triple crowns were ¢e.test. All wildlife artists should apply as the winner evening, sponsored by the Tuck Press. tlcd t'Yadvantages. __ .._ Second in the feature was Second in the feature was ;t rsnt stamp has become very popumr wire C.V. Elms, III, followed by Ralph Baldwin, followed by I ne ll and reprints of the original art work sell very well Dan Beede. Thomas Speoner. re€  Y. The first qualifier was won The first qualifier was won - ,'ant hunters must purchase the $4.00 stamp in ad- by Reggie McLain, followed by Roger Pecor, followed by is tJ o the hunting license to take pheasants. The money by Scott Spear, then Willy Alex Sutherland, then David .e sale of stamps is used to purchase the pheasants Race. Goma. ,seM  released throughout the southern and central parts The second qualifier was The second qualifier was ,,  |:te. won by Bob Shepard, followed won by Thomas Spooner and entry forms are available by writing to the b' Clayton Hatch with Chuck followed by Jim Morgan, then ',aent at Concord. Frazier third. Alex Hart. The third qualifier s won The third qualifier was won MARINE []EARING by Chuck Beede, with Danny by Duncan McKay, with .interested in the marine fmhery should attend the Beede second and by C.V. Wayne Haslett second and , Portsmouth on August 19. The hearing will he held Elms, III, in third place. Floyd Jarvis third. L.m the city council chambers. The Consolation was won by The consolation was won by i will he interested in the proposals on restricting Ervine Eastman, followed by Ralph Baldwin, followed by nets placed in the coastalrivers and in thelimiting Orin Howe and then Don Frank Weigel, then Peter of striped bass that may he kept DaviS. Greaves. The semi-feature was won The semi-feature was won  the agenda are regulations governing the taking of by Reggie McLain, followed by Duncan McKay, followed , by Bob Shepard, Chuck by Wayne Hazlett, Floyd lIops, oysters and lobsters. I FISH LADDERS WORK Frazier, Clayton Hatch, Dan Jarvis, Alex Sutherland, LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON--Raymond Heath, Sr., in No. 16, and his son, Raymond Heath, Jr.,coxpete at Nor-Way Pines Speedway. rOTO SY JACKI KING WATER RIDE SET The 5th annual snowmobile water ride sponsored by the Barre Sno Bees will be held Aug. 16 at 1 p.m., rain or shine just off Route 1"i in Washington. 00ftbaU TOP lO HITTERS (Minimum 27 at hat) P.--Pinyer--Team 1. J. Parent, 2+Q 2. C. Jorgensen, G.N.B. 3. D. Lynaugh, 2+Q 4. M. Hedge, Carr. H. 5. J. Lyman, Dud's 6. D. Eastman, M.H.L. 7. J. Slayton, Hobos 8. P. Cowens, 2+Q 9. B. Spencer, G.N.B. 10. A. Page, G.N.B. STANDINGS Place-Team 1.2+Q 2. Hobos 2. Rapid Rub. 4. Dud's 5. Carrier Hammer 6. Tuck Press 7. Colatina 8. Miller 9. Peoples 10. Good Neigh. AB R [] BA 58 24 32 .552 57 15 31 .541 58 18 29 .500 59 19 29 .492 53 i6 26 .491 41 13 20 .468 58 13 27 .462 61 23 29 .475 45 7 21 .467 52 5 24 .462 W L SCORES 15 3 2+Q9 Dud's 2 13 5 2+Q17 Hobos0 13 5 Dud's 6 Hobos 2 12 6 Carrier4 G.N.B. 0 10 8 Carrier 8 Peoples 7 9 8 G.N.B. 7 Peoples 4 9 9 S. Rye. 5 Tuck 4 8 10 Miller 15 Colatina 2 7 11 Rapid R. 11 Colatina 10 6 12 RapidR. 11 Miller0 Shrine Maple Bowl set Saturday HANOVER--The annual Mass., and the Boston Burns purchased at local n,ttlO ar- Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl football game is scheduled Saturday and upwards of 30,000 people are expected to descend on Hanover. Activities begin Saturday morning with a spectacular pre-game parade with over 3500 marchers stepping off at 11:30 a.m. Shriners from 12 Temples with their various marching units along with high school hands, drum corps and floats will pass in review A host of dignitaries will be led by Govs. Hugh Gallon of New Hampshire and Richard A. Shelling of Vermont, while the Shrine part of the parade will be headed by a member of the Imperial Divan, Richard Olfene of Auburn, Maine. At 2:30 p.m. the scene will shift to Dartmouth's Memorial Field where a capacity crowd is expected to Institute. g5 while on the (,a) .... ,h General Admission tickets Game they will be $6. remain on sale this week at Reserved Seats at $7 can he over 300 outlets in the two obtained by calling the Shrine states and they will go on sale Football Office in Lebanon Saturday morning outside (603) 448-1042. Memorial Field. Tickets ECLIPSE BEDDING 15% OFF SETS ONLY STARTING AT Sl000 Extra firm queen size bedding by Eclipse m is in the pudding as they say. The fish ladders the Connecticut are working very well. So Year the numbers of shad and salmon that have to the river and negotiated one or more dams have Promising. • r surprise to the fisheries people is the large i  striped bass that have returned to the river. The •  L Was totally unexpected. In the past a few have 11 d in the lower river, but this year the stripers have a ream. e,ly good news as many have lamented the c , me striver fishing all along the Atlantic coast. est ladd" er to he constructed is at Vernon and it too ,i lerable success Eight salmon, ninety-seven shad, n  bass and s:teen herring were counted in the ,us was in addition to the thousands of trout, bass, /f is i£ Beede, C.V. Elms, III, Chuck Thomas Spooner, Alex Hart 11. So. Ryegate 3 14 watch as the finest high school 'vtors on Beede, Scott Spear, and Willy and David Goma. 12. Stoddard 1 15 players of New Hampshire and Vermont do battle. Race. COUPES Vermont has won seven out of ! e| • POINT STANDINGS 1. No. 3--BrotherEastman, E.Thetford, Vt ............. 68 ] theHampshirelast 10 games,still holdsbUt New 2.No. 6--C.V.Elms, lll, S.Haverhfll, N.H. ..257 Valley Women's League the ........... series edge with a record of 15 3. No. 98---Frank Keene, Chelsea, Vt .... 254 ................. wins, 10 losses and there have [ff$. 4. No. 53--DanBeede, Barre, Vt ......................... Tournament Sehedtde been two ties. In recent years ally  5. No. 54---Chuck Beede, Barre, Vt. . .247 the games have been close and 6. No. 58--Clayton Hatch, E. Topsham, Vt ............... 204 Tournament-- August 3, 4, 6, 8 & 9 this year's contest is expected utti 7. No. 93--Dale Williams, Wells River, Vt ................ 202 Monday, Game 4----Lyme vs. Weodsville to be the same. 8. No. l--Orin Howe, W. Lebanon, N.H .................. 194 at Bradford The New Hampshire Shrine 9. No. 50---42buck Frazier, Thefford, Vt .................. 1 Tuesday Game 1--Bradford vs. W. Fairiee team is coached by Jack Gati v 10. No. 96--Bob Sbepard, Graniteville, Vt ................. 183 at Fairlee ll. No.14--BobAdams, So.Royalton, Vt. ..... 119 TuesdayGame2--Theffordlvs.W. Topsham of Trinity (Manchester) and  ............ Vermont by Darrell Sawyer of # I 12. No. 21--Scott Spear, Newport, N.H .................... 106 at Bradford Brattleboro, two coaches with r ;, 1 other fish that do not migrate to the sea. ,er is now closed until the fall runs begin in Sap- 12. No. 15---Rag McLain ................................. 106 Tuesday Game ---Fairlee vs. Thetfm'd Too outstanding records at their e :s designed to accemodate an annual migration of 13. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Barre, Vt ...................... 93 at Lyme respective sehoois. The two 14. No. 80--David Chestnut, White River Jct., Vt .......... 90 11mrsday Game S--Winner (a) vs. Winner (2) I aon and 750,000 shad. Thursday Game --Wlnner (3) vs. Winner (4) teams are winding down the :e L 14. No. 58--Rieky Roberts, East Barre, Vt ................ 90 practice sessions this week 1 1,, BOBCAT AND FISHER HEARING 15. No. M--David Simpson, Barre, Vt ..................... 84 Thursday Game 7 (a) vs. Loser (2) • o and will arrive here Friday for a!e u. from the Friends of Animals has caused the 16. No. W--Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt .................... 78 Thursday's games will be held at Bradford, Fairiee, Lyme, final workouts on Memorial ) l-"?h and Game Beard to call a special hearing for 17. No. 16---Ray Heath, Warren, N.H ...................... 70 or E. Thefford. Field. 18. No. 62--Wally Langlois ................................ 67 Saturday Game S--Loser (3) vs. Loser (4) ' The Shrine Bowl has raised 'z'd['"t will be held at 7 p'm" in the Pavflli°n Auditorium 19. No. 7--RohertRushford, Bradford, Vt ................ 44 8aturdayGame--LusertS)vs.Winner(7) over $1.3 million for the  regulation lists the fisherand bobcat trap- 20. No. 2--Willy Race ................................... 26 8tm'day Game 10--Luser (S)vs. Winner (8) S hriners Hospitals for |as December 19-31,1981. A bobcat hunting season 21. No. 7--Junior Towle, Bradford, Vt ................... 21 Saturday Game ll--Whmer (5) vs. Winner (6) Crippled and Burned 21. No. 88--Don Davis, W. Plymouth, N.H ................. 21 Saturday games at Fairlee. Children. The total from the ': ""orJanuary23-February7,1982. 22. No.01--DavidSmith, WhiteRiverJct.,Vt ............. 20 8unday Game lZ--Winner (9) vs. Winner (10) 1980 Game was a redord 23. No. 5---Bob Packard, Erdield, N.H ................... 10 Sunday Game 13---Winner (lz) vs. Winner (11) 23. No. 02--Noah Mandell ................................ 10 Sunday Game l-(ff necessary) if (12) beats (13) they must $130,000. The Maple Sugar 14 YEARS OF EXPERIENC| Joe DePdo 1-603-44|-$7|7 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE County Mentd Hea/tb FREE I-I100-/002242414 24. No. 44--Mike Heath .................................. 7 5. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 STREET DIVISION POINT STANDINGS 1. No. ll-.Carroli Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ................. 212 2. No. 61--Wayne Hazlett, Woodsville, N.H .............. 3. No. l--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ............... 194 4. No. 18----Duncan MeKay, E. Barre, Vt ................. 193 5. No. 26--Floyd Jarvis, Jr., Northfleld, Vt ............... 172 6. No. 23--Frank Weigel, White River Jct., Vt ............ 171 7. No. 16----Richard Fadden, N. Haverhill, N.H ........... 152 8. No. 01--Thomas Spommr, E. To@sham, Vt ............. 136 9. No. 17--Jim Morgan, White River Jct., Vt ............. 126 10. No. 31--Harry Davidson, Piermont, N.H .............. 125 11. No. 97--Bradley Phelps, N. Thetford, Vt ............... 116 12. No. 50--Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt.. : ............... 111 13. No. 24--Alex Hart, Willlamstown, Vt ................ 96 14. No. 57--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H .................. 75 14. No. 46--Peter GreaveL Walden, Vt ................... 75 15. No. W--Bruce'lowle, Bradfexd, Vt ................... 73 49 16. No. 69--Doug Boyce, Grotou, Vt ...................... 17. No. 44--Gene Pierson, Jr., E. Corinth" Vt. • • .......... 45 18. No. 93--Randy Hutchinson, E. Theffm, d, Vt ............ 44 19. No. 78--David Gomo, Weltervflle, Vt ................ 34 20. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ....................... 27 21. No. 29--Richard Peeor, Bah'e, VL .................... 24 22. No. 34--Richard Simmons, Bradford, Vt ........ 21 22. No. 81--Marshall Laundry, Jr., Woodsvi]]e, N.H ....... 21 23. No. 71--Bruce Gendron ............................... 18 24. No. 43--Menty Sweet, E. Corinth, Vt .................. 13 25. No. 01--Tony Sponnor, W. Topsham, Vt ................ 8 26. No. 33--Rene C-rete ......................... " .......... 4 20. No. 49-- .............................................. 4 26. No. 71--Tracy Emerson ............ .................. 4 27. No. 51--. ........ .... .................................. 0 Bowl benefits directly the play again. Shriners' Hospitals for Sunday games at Falrlee. Crippled Children in Mow treal, Quebec and Springfield, Our River ,€ontinuedfrompage4, continued, and we leaded the canoes just above the Second Connecticut Lake, fully aware that virtually no one canoes the river above Pittsburg, N.H., 20 miles away. The stream is either too rough or too shallow. With all the rain, we were blessed with high water -- rough rapids was the necessary trade-off. Once we had portaged around the dam at the lower end of Second Lake, we were forced to "line" the canoes dowustream; the water was too heavy to chance paddling. Lining requires that both canoe partners wade through the water where shoreline travel is difficult, and foot, ankle, or shin injuries are all too common. I knew we had two significant contour changes to get by. The first "drop" lasted almost an hour, though it was relatively short and painless. The second, by my reckoning, would be more severe. It began much as the first had, and we shuffled, slipped, and floated our way downstream, already accustomed to the discomforts of this very unusual mode of travel. We were sure that it wouldn't be long before we saw calm water and First Lake opening out ahead of us. We were wrong. The rain continued to fall, and gradually a wind was picking up in the spruces on both hanks of the river. Good, I thought, let it blow all it wants -- up there. We were wet enough to appreciate still air. The noise gathered until we realized that we weren't hiding from the wind after all, because there was no wind. The roar was from heavy whitewater ahead -- in fact, it was an unmarked falls. It was raining, we were chilled, and there was no portage trail... REG s32900 set... NOW '199'5 set Hale Furniture & Carpet Vermont 8 GREEN ST. ,444=BIBgB LffTLETON Bank rate up to 48 months to pay PAID FOR LATE MODEL USED CARS AND PICKUPS OVER 36 YEARS DEPENDABLE SERVICE CLIFFORD'S GARAGE, INC. DODGE CITY Route 14, W. Hartford, Vt. [ =TOPTRADE IN CASH Vslleys flint and oly AND TRUCKS AVAILABLE One of the largest new and used car and truck selections in the Upper Valley CARS August 5, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 NorwaYtrack hasPines I Sports i t-'h00le winner Jm00my Fund game set in Monroe 's-pe- r-mR for the by NORMAN R. ROULX 2. Ed Smith 175 i-E.r, WENTWORTH--Nor-Way 3. AllenAdams 166 the permit area and live on the land At the weekly pit meeting all 26. Robert Adams 4 ][v.e priority for the permits. ident hunters may receive up eleven percent of ?aprd,t!aining per mit s. to iedn:, ART CONTEST WENTWORTH--The King Lumber Men won the whole tournament for the last two weekends and are now Con- necticut Valley Softball League 1981 Champions. In the two All-Star Games played Sunday in Warren, the East team won one and the West won one. The Little League cookout with Rumney on Hamilton field will he held Aug 9. drivers in all classes voted out 27. Stephen Drake 2 the multiplying of points HOBBY CLA88 POINTS earned by the total number of 1. Philip McCuin 158 weeks at the speedway at 2. Larry Welch 157 season's end. 3. Joe White 152 a c , s , Several drivers were 4. Gilbert Dinger 149 t h ,' penalized during this week's 5. Franny Comeau 146 racing for rough riding or pilot 6. Dvid Annis 136 st     . '  l: error" One wOnd what 7" Garry HinwOllid happen if front running 8. Steve Hinz 10710 cars would race at a con- 9. Harry Davidson 91 trollable speed and not 10. Dick Gilpatriek 83 e t d eliminate each other from 11. Jim Moses 74 a 7 i i competition. 12. Steve Ellsworth 65 13. Nancy Maxium 58 | z i 14. Francis Drake II ar l POINT STANDINGS Points for any driver are c f o Sportsmen's Coupe dropped after a driver misses ) f 1. C.V. Elms 188 three woeks in a row. "" ° Reggie McIadn wins y 1  ii .......... : "-- y ' ASANT STAMP Iowa artist, Paul coupe feature n  won the 1981 New Hampshire Pheasant race   Art Contest with his acrylic painting, "Edge of BRADFORD--The coupe The street feature was won e feature race at Bear Ridge by Duncan McKay, whetonka id Pheasant." The 1981 pheasant stamps are Speedway Friday night was triple crown for the evening in ,wl, available. ( rt &  soo) won by Reggie McLain, who the street division. dri thne is here for the 1982 New Hampshire Pheasant took a triple crown for the Both triple crowns were ¢e.test. All wildlife artists should apply as the winner evening, sponsored by the Tuck Press. tlcd t'Yadvantages. __ .._ Second in the feature was Second in the feature was ;t rsnt stamp has become very popumr wire C.V. Elms, III, followed by Ralph Baldwin, followed by I ne ll and reprints of the original art work sell very well Dan Beede. Thomas Speoner. re€  Y. The first qualifier was won The first qualifier was won - ,'ant hunters must purchase the $4.00 stamp in ad- by Reggie McLain, followed by Roger Pecor, followed by is tJ o the hunting license to take pheasants. The money by Scott Spear, then Willy Alex Sutherland, then David .e sale of stamps is used to purchase the pheasants Race. Goma. ,seM  released throughout the southern and central parts The second qualifier was The second qualifier was ,,  |:te. won by Bob Shepard, followed won by Thomas Spooner and entry forms are available by writing to the b' Clayton Hatch with Chuck followed by Jim Morgan, then ',aent at Concord. Frazier third. Alex Hart. The third qualifier s won The third qualifier was won MARINE []EARING by Chuck Beede, with Danny by Duncan McKay, with .interested in the marine fmhery should attend the Beede second and by C.V. Wayne Haslett second and , Portsmouth on August 19. The hearing will he held Elms, III, in third place. Floyd Jarvis third. L.m the city council chambers. The Consolation was won by The consolation was won by i will he interested in the proposals on restricting Ervine Eastman, followed by Ralph Baldwin, followed by nets placed in the coastalrivers and in thelimiting Orin Howe and then Don Frank Weigel, then Peter of striped bass that may he kept DaviS. Greaves. The semi-feature was won The semi-feature was won  the agenda are regulations governing the taking of by Reggie McLain, followed by Duncan McKay, followed , by Bob Shepard, Chuck by Wayne Hazlett, Floyd lIops, oysters and lobsters. I FISH LADDERS WORK Frazier, Clayton Hatch, Dan Jarvis, Alex Sutherland, LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON--Raymond Heath, Sr., in No. 16, and his son, Raymond Heath, Jr.,coxpete at Nor-Way Pines Speedway. rOTO SY JACKI KING WATER RIDE SET The 5th annual snowmobile water ride sponsored by the Barre Sno Bees will be held Aug. 16 at 1 p.m., rain or shine just off Route 1"i in Washington. 00ftbaU TOP lO HITTERS (Minimum 27 at hat) P.--Pinyer--Team 1. J. Parent, 2+Q 2. C. Jorgensen, G.N.B. 3. D. Lynaugh, 2+Q 4. M. Hedge, Carr. H. 5. J. Lyman, Dud's 6. D. Eastman, M.H.L. 7. J. Slayton, Hobos 8. P. Cowens, 2+Q 9. B. Spencer, G.N.B. 10. A. Page, G.N.B. STANDINGS Place-Team 1.2+Q 2. Hobos 2. Rapid Rub. 4. Dud's 5. Carrier Hammer 6. Tuck Press 7. Colatina 8. Miller 9. Peoples 10. Good Neigh. AB R [] BA 58 24 32 .552 57 15 31 .541 58 18 29 .500 59 19 29 .492 53 i6 26 .491 41 13 20 .468 58 13 27 .462 61 23 29 .475 45 7 21 .467 52 5 24 .462 W L SCORES 15 3 2+Q9 Dud's 2 13 5 2+Q17 Hobos0 13 5 Dud's 6 Hobos 2 12 6 Carrier4 G.N.B. 0 10 8 Carrier 8 Peoples 7 9 8 G.N.B. 7 Peoples 4 9 9 S. Rye. 5 Tuck 4 8 10 Miller 15 Colatina 2 7 11 Rapid R. 11 Colatina 10 6 12 RapidR. 11 Miller0 Shrine Maple Bowl set Saturday HANOVER--The annual Mass., and the Boston Burns purchased at local n,ttlO ar- Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl football game is scheduled Saturday and upwards of 30,000 people are expected to descend on Hanover. Activities begin Saturday morning with a spectacular pre-game parade with over 3500 marchers stepping off at 11:30 a.m. Shriners from 12 Temples with their various marching units along with high school hands, drum corps and floats will pass in review A host of dignitaries will be led by Govs. Hugh Gallon of New Hampshire and Richard A. Shelling of Vermont, while the Shrine part of the parade will be headed by a member of the Imperial Divan, Richard Olfene of Auburn, Maine. At 2:30 p.m. the scene will shift to Dartmouth's Memorial Field where a capacity crowd is expected to Institute. g5 while on the (,a) .... ,h General Admission tickets Game they will be $6. remain on sale this week at Reserved Seats at $7 can he over 300 outlets in the two obtained by calling the Shrine states and they will go on sale Football Office in Lebanon Saturday morning outside (603) 448-1042. Memorial Field. Tickets ECLIPSE BEDDING 15% OFF SETS ONLY STARTING AT Sl000 Extra firm queen size bedding by Eclipse m is in the pudding as they say. The fish ladders the Connecticut are working very well. So Year the numbers of shad and salmon that have to the river and negotiated one or more dams have Promising. • r surprise to the fisheries people is the large i  striped bass that have returned to the river. The •  L Was totally unexpected. In the past a few have 11 d in the lower river, but this year the stripers have a ream. e,ly good news as many have lamented the c , me striver fishing all along the Atlantic coast. est ladd" er to he constructed is at Vernon and it too ,i lerable success Eight salmon, ninety-seven shad, n  bass and s:teen herring were counted in the ,us was in addition to the thousands of trout, bass, /f is i£ Beede, C.V. Elms, III, Chuck Thomas Spooner, Alex Hart 11. So. Ryegate 3 14 watch as the finest high school 'vtors on Beede, Scott Spear, and Willy and David Goma. 12. Stoddard 1 15 players of New Hampshire and Vermont do battle. Race. COUPES Vermont has won seven out of ! e| • POINT STANDINGS 1. No. 3--BrotherEastman, E.Thetford, Vt ............. 68 ] theHampshirelast 10 games,still holdsbUt New 2.No. 6--C.V.Elms, lll, S.Haverhfll, N.H. ..257 Valley Women's League the ........... series edge with a record of 15 3. No. 98---Frank Keene, Chelsea, Vt .... 254 ................. wins, 10 losses and there have [ff$. 4. No. 53--DanBeede, Barre, Vt ......................... Tournament Sehedtde been two ties. In recent years ally  5. No. 54---Chuck Beede, Barre, Vt. . .247 the games have been close and 6. No. 58--Clayton Hatch, E. Topsham, Vt ............... 204 Tournament-- August 3, 4, 6, 8 & 9 this year's contest is expected utti 7. No. 93--Dale Williams, Wells River, Vt ................ 202 Monday, Game 4----Lyme vs. Weodsville to be the same. 8. No. l--Orin Howe, W. Lebanon, N.H .................. 194 at Bradford The New Hampshire Shrine 9. No. 50---42buck Frazier, Thefford, Vt .................. 1 Tuesday Game 1--Bradford vs. W. Fairiee team is coached by Jack Gati v 10. No. 96--Bob Sbepard, Graniteville, Vt ................. 183 at Fairlee ll. No.14--BobAdams, So.Royalton, Vt. ..... 119 TuesdayGame2--Theffordlvs.W. Topsham of Trinity (Manchester) and  ............ Vermont by Darrell Sawyer of # I 12. No. 21--Scott Spear, Newport, N.H .................... 106 at Bradford Brattleboro, two coaches with r ;, 1 other fish that do not migrate to the sea. ,er is now closed until the fall runs begin in Sap- 12. No. 15---Rag McLain ................................. 106 Tuesday Game ---Fairlee vs. Thetfm'd Too outstanding records at their e :s designed to accemodate an annual migration of 13. No. 57--Doug Roberts, Barre, Vt ...................... 93 at Lyme respective sehoois. The two 14. No. 80--David Chestnut, White River Jct., Vt .......... 90 11mrsday Game S--Winner (a) vs. Winner (2) I aon and 750,000 shad. Thursday Game --Wlnner (3) vs. Winner (4) teams are winding down the :e L 14. No. 58--Rieky Roberts, East Barre, Vt ................ 90 practice sessions this week 1 1,, BOBCAT AND FISHER HEARING 15. No. M--David Simpson, Barre, Vt ..................... 84 Thursday Game 7 (a) vs. Loser (2) • o and will arrive here Friday for a!e u. from the Friends of Animals has caused the 16. No. W--Stuart Bean, Bradford, Vt .................... 78 Thursday's games will be held at Bradford, Fairiee, Lyme, final workouts on Memorial ) l-"?h and Game Beard to call a special hearing for 17. No. 16---Ray Heath, Warren, N.H ...................... 70 or E. Thefford. Field. 18. No. 62--Wally Langlois ................................ 67 Saturday Game S--Loser (3) vs. Loser (4) ' The Shrine Bowl has raised 'z'd['"t will be held at 7 p'm" in the Pavflli°n Auditorium 19. No. 7--RohertRushford, Bradford, Vt ................ 44 8aturdayGame--LusertS)vs.Winner(7) over $1.3 million for the  regulation lists the fisherand bobcat trap- 20. No. 2--Willy Race ................................... 26 8tm'day Game 10--Luser (S)vs. Winner (8) S hriners Hospitals for |as December 19-31,1981. A bobcat hunting season 21. No. 7--Junior Towle, Bradford, Vt ................... 21 Saturday Game ll--Whmer (5) vs. Winner (6) Crippled and Burned 21. No. 88--Don Davis, W. Plymouth, N.H ................. 21 Saturday games at Fairlee. Children. The total from the ': ""orJanuary23-February7,1982. 22. No.01--DavidSmith, WhiteRiverJct.,Vt ............. 20 8unday Game lZ--Winner (9) vs. Winner (10) 1980 Game was a redord 23. No. 5---Bob Packard, Erdield, N.H ................... 10 Sunday Game 13---Winner (lz) vs. Winner (11) 23. No. 02--Noah Mandell ................................ 10 Sunday Game l-(ff necessary) if (12) beats (13) they must $130,000. The Maple Sugar 14 YEARS OF EXPERIENC| Joe DePdo 1-603-44|-$7|7 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE County Mentd Hea/tb FREE I-I100-/002242414 24. No. 44--Mike Heath .................................. 7 5. No. 42--Bunky Adams, Hartford, Vt ................... 3 STREET DIVISION POINT STANDINGS 1. No. ll-.Carroli Porter, E. Corinth, Vt ................. 212 2. No. 61--Wayne Hazlett, Woodsville, N.H .............. 3. No. l--Ralph Baldwin, Graniteville, Vt ............... 194 4. No. 18----Duncan MeKay, E. Barre, Vt ................. 193 5. No. 26--Floyd Jarvis, Jr., Northfleld, Vt ............... 172 6. No. 23--Frank Weigel, White River Jct., Vt ............ 171 7. No. 16----Richard Fadden, N. Haverhill, N.H ........... 152 8. No. 01--Thomas Spommr, E. To@sham, Vt ............. 136 9. No. 17--Jim Morgan, White River Jct., Vt ............. 126 10. No. 31--Harry Davidson, Piermont, N.H .............. 125 11. No. 97--Bradley Phelps, N. Thetford, Vt ............... 116 12. No. 50--Arnold Stygles, Bradford, Vt.. : ............... 111 13. No. 24--Alex Hart, Willlamstown, Vt ................ 96 14. No. 57--Alex Sutherland, Bath, N.H .................. 75 14. No. 46--Peter GreaveL Walden, Vt ................... 75 15. No. W--Bruce'lowle, Bradfexd, Vt ................... 73 49 16. No. 69--Doug Boyce, Grotou, Vt ...................... 17. No. 44--Gene Pierson, Jr., E. Corinth" Vt. • • .......... 45 18. No. 93--Randy Hutchinson, E. Theffm, d, Vt ............ 44 19. No. 78--David Gomo, Weltervflle, Vt ................ 34 20. No. 29--Roger Pecor, Barre, Vt ....................... 27 21. No. 29--Richard Peeor, Bah'e, VL .................... 24 22. No. 34--Richard Simmons, Bradford, Vt ........ 21 22. No. 81--Marshall Laundry, Jr., Woodsvi]]e, N.H ....... 21 23. No. 71--Bruce Gendron ............................... 18 24. No. 43--Menty Sweet, E. Corinth, Vt .................. 13 25. No. 01--Tony Sponnor, W. Topsham, Vt ................ 8 26. No. 33--Rene C-rete ......................... " .......... 4 20. No. 49-- .............................................. 4 26. No. 71--Tracy Emerson ............ .................. 4 27. No. 51--. ........ .... .................................. 0 Bowl benefits directly the play again. Shriners' Hospitals for Sunday games at Falrlee. Crippled Children in Mow treal, Quebec and Springfield, Our River ,€ontinuedfrompage4, continued, and we leaded the canoes just above the Second Connecticut Lake, fully aware that virtually no one canoes the river above Pittsburg, N.H., 20 miles away. The stream is either too rough or too shallow. With all the rain, we were blessed with high water -- rough rapids was the necessary trade-off. Once we had portaged around the dam at the lower end of Second Lake, we were forced to "line" the canoes dowustream; the water was too heavy to chance paddling. Lining requires that both canoe partners wade through the water where shoreline travel is difficult, and foot, ankle, or shin injuries are all too common. I knew we had two significant contour changes to get by. The first "drop" lasted almost an hour, though it was relatively short and painless. The second, by my reckoning, would be more severe. 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