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JERRY PA-JlENT OUTELD 2 &Q LOUNGE BILLY TURNER SHORTSTOP 2&Q LOUNGE m S11EVE BLOOO SECOND BASE H.O. TAYLOR HOI5 PUT CO OUTFIELD 2&Q LOUNGE COUNTRY GAS BBt FRANKLIN JAY HOLOEN HAROLD FROST CATCHER OUTFIELD PEOPLES MARKET H.O. TAYLOR HOIIOS ALAN PAGE MARK FIRST BASE OUTFIELD NEIGHBOR BANK COUNTRY GAS MKE WHALEY OUTFIELD BEN FRANKLn¢  DUANE LYNAUGH THIRD BASE OUTFIELD 2&Q LOUNGE 2&Q LOUNGE All Star mUCE NKSON CAT011 H.O. TAYLOR 140805 Team act/on )FORD-- Forward Grant and halfback Barton shared the last week as made their mark Grant reached the s)int mark, scoring against hapless His career total 51, 32 goals and Junior starter a record set last plummenting the net for five goals assists in the game. Engineers, nidst of a rebuilding two and tied one, measure of Oxbow Thetford, as a solid up two thanks to steady two superb goal- Godfrey. dropped their a 5-1 decision to and Barton set marks for Oxbow; " and Thetford keep rollm00 defeated in Central Vermont After two scoreless periods Orford 5, LinWood 3 quick 1-0 load. A first half league play. of overtime the teams had to ORFORD-- The Orford letdown turned the load, October 6, 1982-The Journal Opinion.Page 9 BETWEEN THE STRIPES CROSS COUNTRY AREA TEAMS are finding rough running in recent meets. At Lyndon Institute, the host Vikings proved less than hospitable against Oxbow, taking both the boy's and girl's meets with ease. Oxbow droppedthe boy's run 15-49 and the girl's lost by a like margin. Oxbow's Bill Dunnells 15:21 time was the best for the Olympians over the 2.5 mile course. Woodsville didn't find matters much different in their tri- meet with Whitefield and White Mountain. The Engineer boys came in second to White Mtn, 19-39, the girls one point better at 20-39. John Thornton placed fourth for the Engineers while Wally Morton at 18:10 and Chris Dennis with a time of 18:30 placed sixth and seventh. Thornton's time was 1: 07. The Engineer girls were led by a fine third place, 23:38 time of Christine Hudson, hacked up by Bonnie Boyce, 24:52 and Terry Thornton, 25:25 m sixth and seventh place. In a quad meet hosted by Oxbow, the Thetford Panthers crossed the finish line first in the girls division, taking 32 bPoints to Lyndon's 50. Oxbow and Blue Mountain competed, ut didn't have enough runners on the course. In the boy's divison, Lyndon placed first, Oxbow second and Thetford third, with scores of 17-74-88 respectively. Bill Dunnells again had the best Oxbow time, placing fourth at 14:08. Penny Cook, the only Olympian running in the girl's division turned in a 12:15 time. Running unofficially was Thetford's Kris Bragg, an eighth grader, leading the field from start to finish for the girls. BOSTON MARATHON will again be held on Patriot's Day in Boston. and Bradford's Bob Shelton will be officially running for the second year in a row• A couple of weeks ago Shelton ran in the Clarence DeMar Marathon in Keene, N.H., finishing the course in a time of 3:19:47. And, the amazing part of it all is, he didn't take up running until five years ago. VERMONT'S ATHLETE OF THE MONTH AWARD goes to Scott Morse, Bellows Falls Legion pitcher, for the month of August. Morse pitched 43 innings of no-run ball, allowing 18 hits and striking out 51 would-be batters. He spun a perfect game (seven innings) in Legion tournament play against Montpelier and was credited with a 1-0 10 inning win over Hartford. It was the only loss Hartford sustained as they went on to become the state titleholder. HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION nominations for Athlete of the Month award must be in by October 10. Area coaches in Vermont will be notified of the deadline. If you have an outstanding athlete for the month, be sure to let us know. UNITED YOUTH SPORTS OF N.H. is being organized. They are a statewide, non-profit organization, hoping to provide a better environment for all *youth sports, as well as showing ways of financial support. myone interested to learn more about this organization, wri[e to: United Youth Sports of New Hampshire, PO Box 4117, Manchester, N.H. 03108. SPACE LIMITATIONS AND TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES were the cause of the much delayed Wells River Valley Softball league All-Star team• I apologize. But, this week it's here. Congratulations to all .those of you who were recognized. All team members had a chance to vote on the best player at each position and the results are elsewhere on the sports page of the Journal Opinion. State "ti00er" champions BARRE-- The 1982 Flying the way with 723 points, Tiger Vermont State followed by Mead with 714, Champion will be named Sunday, Oct. 10 when the final race of the season will be held at Thunder Road Sbowl. Four drivers are within 13 points of each other for the title in the division, which was revived in May of this year for the first time since 1969. Owen Wimble of Waitsfield, Vt. won the initial race for the Tigers this year, and has had a major battle with Joey Laquerre of E. Montpelier throughout the entire sum- mer. In the last two outings however, Wimble and Laquerre have had their share of problems, and have allowed drivers Red Mead of Hyde Park, and Jim Gallison of Middlesex to close in. Wimble continues to show seen and Gallison with 713. Laquerre now stands fourth with 710. Laquerre has been the major winner in e Tiger Division in '82, winning 5 feature events. The other three drivers each have one victory. Rounding out the top 10 drivers in the point standings are Buzz Sheldon 679, Dave Gibbs 564, Dick Strobridge 547, Paul Donahue 539, Guy Brown 530, and Ralph Baldwin with 454 points. The final event for the Tigers will be combined with the Fall Foliage 100, the final event for the NASCAR Molson Tour Late Models, as well as the $5,000 to win 20 lap Moison Bash. Post time is 2:00 p.m. Sunday, October 10. In 1920, the buyer of an A four-cylinder car was automobile had about 200 built in the late 1940's by Bill makes of cars to choose from. Gregg of Bennington, one of Three dozen of these were new Martins original employee's i00p°T ! Hock00 action Thetford manages win; others lose THETFORD-- Of the six 1. Two third period goals by games played last week, only Thetford managed to get into the winner's circle as all four teams failed to improve their record. Along with the win, Thefford was shut out 1-0. Blue Mountain had the best of it for the week, managing a 1-I deadlock. Woodsville lost and tied a game while Oxbow was held scoreless in their only game. Stowe I, Oxbow 0 STOWE Once beaten and once tied Stowe scored early in the second half and held on to defeat Oxbow I-0 on the winner's field. Offense con- tinned to be the downfall for the 2-4-I Olympians as they failed to score for the fifth time this season. Undaunted by the team's showing thus far, Oxbo's Mona Garone says, "We're playing better every game. The ball will start going into the net pretty soon." Tena Davidson and Karen Claflin shared goalie pads again, knocking away ten shots on goal. BMU 1, Twinfield 1 WELLS RIVER-- The game and the results were the same, only the location was different as Blue Mountain and Twin Field wrapped themselves into another knot, this time a 1-1" tie. Last week's game ended in a scoreless duel. Defensive aces Robin and Lauri Stocker kept the Trojans at hay for most of the game. Goalie Lauri made only two saves as most of the of- fensive charges were fought away by Robin. Down by a single goal With less than ten minutes left in the game, the Bucks started pressing. The offensive flurry paid off as Dawn Slayton scored her first goal of the year with only six minutes left in the game. White Mountain however turned the table on Woodsville as their offense could not get started up again. Woodsville held a 9 - 6 shot advantage. Rochester 1, T'netford 0 ROCHESTER-- In a tight. well played game, the Thet- ford Panthers lost their second game of the seasu against five wins and a tie, falling to Rochester 1-0. With only 30 seconds left in the half, Rochester scored the game'. only goal. Thetford, pressing to the end, carried the play for m,t of the second half, but couldn't put the ball into the net. In the waning minutes, the Panthers ,failed to convert five corners. Mascoma I, Woodsville I ENFIELD-- Two New Hampshire field hockey powers clashed last week with neither coming out the loser.. • battling to a I-1 deadlock. Mascoma managed to draw first blood, scoring with two- thirds of the first half gone. Woodsville, coming out firing in the second half, tied the game early on a goal by Gerry Boudreauit. The goal, her seventh of the year, held up for the rest of the game to earn the tie for the Engineers. Both teams will meet again, probably in the Class M Playoffs to settle the tie game once and for all. Thetford I, Chelsea 0 THETFORD-- Playing their second tough league game of the week, Thetford came out on the winning end of a I-0 shutout over riv.al Chelsea. Co- standouts were Julie Talman and Becky Roberts. Talman scored the only goal of the game, during second half action, an assist going to Kim Wolstenholme. Not credited with the assist, but starting the play was Kelly Adams, breaking down the left side of the field. Blue Mountain, carrying the Roberts, immense in the momentum for most of the nets once again, shoved away e outshot the VtSPdng all seven shotsthe once beaten ojaml8-4.  -- Red vils sed her. This White Mt, 3, Woodsville 2 was Chelsea s first league loss WOODSVILLE-- All things of the year, second overall. must come to an end. FIELD HOCKEY Unfortunately it was a three game winning streak by Woodsville as they fell to a solid White Mountain squad 3- 2. The usually fleet-footed Engineers, after holding two single boal leads, got mired down and dropped their second game of the year. Andrea Smith scored the first goal for Woodsville with a nice assist going to Tracy Bumford. At the half, Bum- ford had scored a goal herself, putting Wood_sville up again, 2- RESULTS As of Sept. 30 Stowe I Oxbow 0 Blue Mt. I Twinfield I White Mtn. 3 Woodsville 2 Rochester I Thetford 0 Mascoma I Woodsville I Thetford I Chelsea 0 FIELD tIOCKEY STANDINGS As of Sept. 30 WLT Thetford Panthers 5 2 1 WoodsvilleZngineers 3 2 2 Blue Mt. Bucks 3 2 2 Oxbow Olympians 2 4 I Two point games were settle for a tie. Woodsville Wildcats won their fifth game however, into a 3-1 defecit. registered by Doug Durkee hasn't lost to Mascoma since of the year to go along with Goals by Steve Ball and Elmer (two goals), and Steward 1977. Del Doyle knocked out two losses and a tie, downing Nutter (returning to action Osgood (two assists) while ten shots in the Engineer net. LinWood 5-3, after being after an ankie injury) brought high honors went to Dave Thetford 2, Chelsea 0 behind 3-1. the Wildcats into a 3-3 tie at Ullman with one goal and two THETFORD-- Mark Godfrey Dennis Smith put in the first the half. assists. Bobby Hodge, Andy came up with his second goal allowing Orford to take a (please turn to page 10 Moore and Brad Stone scored straight shutout, thanks to the other goals for the high some fine Panther defense, as  flying Panthers. Thetford won its third straight Rare Martin g/asp After a scoreless first period game, 2-0 over Chelsea• Thetford struck for three Offense for Thetford came goals before the half, and in the name of Bobby Hodge. BRADFORD-- Cliff and added three more early in the Hodge scored both goals, one Esther French, Mahlon and third quarter, coasting to an in the opening minute of the Junis Thurston, and Ernie and easy 6-0 win. Mark Godfrey game and another with just Betty French, local residents, turned back 10 shots for the more than a minute remaining spent the weekend of Sept. 17 ventures in the industry. shutout, in the period. With the win to 20 at Bennlngton, Vt. at- One of these was the Wasp, Woodsvtlle6,St.Johnsbm'yl Thetford stands alone on top of tending the 16th Annual built in Bennington by Karl WOODSVILLE-- After a the CVL-south league with a 3- Antique Car Show, Martin. Martin came to listless first half, holding only 0-1 record. The Panthers two Among the 300 antique cars Bennington in 1919 and formed a 2-1 lead of St. Johnsbury losses have been non-league and 325 flea market spaces the Martin-W0sp Corp. Academy, the Woodsville encounters with Orford. they had the privilege to see a Working day and night, chassis for Henry Dodge of .Engineers came out storming, Lisbou5, Orford3 Martin Wasp, one of only two Martin and his small crew Detroit, Mich. in 1953. This striking for four unanswered ORFORD-- The up-again, remaining of the 18 made from built the first car. Just before was imaculately restored by goals in downing the 1-4 down-again fortunes of Orford 1919 to 1925. it went on display at the newly Dodge and a body constructed constructed HotelCommodore according to the original Hilltoppers. Holding onto a soccer hit another downer tentative 1-1 tie, Woodsville's losing to Lisbon 5-3. Although in New York in 1920. It created drawings and plans. It was a BMUI Todd Nickerson scored his Lisbon hasn t lost this year,  dairy a flurry of interest and the one labor of love that took seven Someone is first varsity goal, putting the Orford failed to play up to on the floor -- the only one in years. get beat by Blue Engineers ahead 2-1 shortly their potentialin theloss, herd ownel existance - was sold to It stood out in majestic Martin Wasp, rare vintage automobile. madethis year,sure butit beforeAs thethe half.third quarter opened forJefforford,Huntingtonbut theSC°redgame wentfirst l'ece00e-- awd8 $5000.D°uglas Fairhanks -- price ********************************************* :********* be them as they Larry Shute broke behind the downhill from there. Although RINTH-- Eight dairy herd By the end of 19:21, a total of  * ° " * !theBucks.and often in a 5-1 feedHilltopperby ChrisdefenSeBeck°ntoa giveniCe tied at the half I-I, Orford fell owners belonging to the six cars had been built and  * behind quickly in the third Corinth DHIArecoivedhonors sold for $5,500 "each. While looking for Woodsville some breathing period and never recovered, at the Annual Meeting of basically an assembled car of  * combination to room 3-1. Shute scored * his another goal while Beck was Two quick Lisbon goals set the Corinth DHIA (Dairy Herd components bought from stageforthedefeat. Improvement Association). other manufacturers to __ m during the credited with another assist Jeff Huntington scored all Only I00 dairy herds in the Martins specifications, the SCollimandVince and a single goal. Dave three goals for the Wildcats. State of Vermont reccived the bodies were custom built in AR called on to nickerson and Ed Matz ended Bennington. The first Wasp was powered  19 saves from the by a Wisconsin four-cylinder engine, and was very reliable. at Bennin00ton antique car show qqwsndor in a special parking will now be on display at the was submitted to us by Clif- place among the antiques Bennington Museum. ford French, of Bradford, an ranging from 1901 to 1950. It Editor's Note: This article avid antique car enthusiast. using remaining parts given to Gregg by Karl Martin. This car ]s now owned by Raymond Newell of Florence, Mass. The one seen at Bennington began with the unsold 6-cyl. in the net and the second half scoring with Oxbow S, Randolph 2 honors. The Corinth "" unassisted goals. RANDOLPH--In a season Association had the most -X- Del Doyle played another that hasn't seen ton many number of awards in the State * steady game in the nets for bright spots so far, the Oxbow of Vermont for an Association. lone score came BY the spring °f 1923 Martin  LE "! oot of Collins in the Woodsville, making ten saves Olympians had two shining Receiving production award had desigrted a larger, more  tarter, set up by while the Engineer offense stars in their game against honors were: Donald Carleton 3aveSlayton. poundedSt. Johnsburywith 18 Randolph. Charlie Grant of W. Newbury; Devins powerful six-cylinder car. The . i l,6,Rochester0 shots on goal, 31total. pushed across two points, Brothers of Bradford; Hark- wheelbase was stretched to 'ER-- Thetford Woodsville3,Mascoma3 going over the "magicalfifty,, dale Farmowrlby.ussell 144inches.  50 % & Moe OFF 0 made their trip to ENFIELD-- The Woodsville mark, and Charlie Barton tied Carson of Newbury received The engine was a con- -X- worthwhile, express was nearly derailed a school record with five goals two awards, one for their tinental six-cylinder with 70 Usually tough last week, salvaging a 3-3 tie and two assists in the 8-2 rout holsteins and one for their horse power replacing the 45 r n dwithathud6-over lightly regarded ovetRandolph, ayrshire herd" Ais° receiving horsepower Wisc°nsin engine"  JACKET5 PANTS & SWEATERS"00i remains un-'Mascoma. , , An aggressive Oxbow front honors were Gerald and Three of the six.cylinder 150 NEW Behind 2-0, Woodsville line kept the pressure off Marianne Stockman of chassis were made and two managed to get back into the . Keith Bean for mest of the Bradford ; Gregory and weres°ld--thethirdwasto  ' Doublek t FABRICS game with two g °ais in the game' firing 42 times at the MaxineStewart andSlack of Bradford;Tammy Vaughan customerbe custom-bodiedwho died beforef°r athe  PLUS Wo l, Cotton & second period to keep the shell-shocked Ghost net- , S. Ryegate and Charles P. body was started. Money was 0 n I short and production stopped  • game from a reut. Dave minder. Bean meanwhile, was BMU 1 Nickerson and Pat Rie called on to make but ten Cole ofS. Newbury. Rochester 0 were each credited witha goal saves on 17 shots. To receive an award the at this point. 4(- Mascoma3 and assist in the flrst . The Grant' in sc°ring 50 Pelnts, herd average fOr h°lsteins had Karl Martin said bafore his . OCT. 9th From 10 to 4 * -X- Orford3 Mascoma Royals, seeing matches the accomplishment to be at least l8,000 of milk and death that a total of 16 cars -X- Randolph2 victory on the horizon struck of two seniors of last year, Ron 650pounds of fat per .cow. For had been built, nine of these * At :6 Oxbow1 for a third goal in tim final Huntington and Gary Ayrshires, the requ,rement are known to exist today, * TOWN FAIRLEE St. Johnsbury 1 period. Chris Beck tied e Hayward. Barton's mark of had to be at least a herd although two Wasps were  " Chelsea0 game up again with an assmt five goals, matched that of average of 14,500 of milk and Martm'slater" builtdesignaCCordingusing originalt° -* , HALL. l VT. ** LinWood3 going to Dave Pompian. Hayward'sfeatlastyear. ( please turn to page l0 parts. *************** ****************************************** JERRY PA-JlENT OUTELD 2 &Q LOUNGE BILLY TURNER SHORTSTOP 2&Q LOUNGE m S11EVE BLOOO SECOND BASE H.O. TAYLOR HOI5 PUT CO OUTFIELD 2&Q LOUNGE COUNTRY GAS BBt FRANKLIN JAY HOLOEN HAROLD FROST CATCHER OUTFIELD PEOPLES MARKET H.O. TAYLOR HOIIOS ALAN PAGE MARK FIRST BASE OUTFIELD NEIGHBOR BANK COUNTRY GAS MKE WHALEY OUTFIELD BEN FRANKLn¢  DUANE LYNAUGH THIRD BASE OUTFIELD 2&Q LOUNGE 2&Q LOUNGE All Star mUCE NKSON CAT011 H.O. TAYLOR 140805 Team act/on )FORD-- Forward Grant and halfback Barton shared the last week as made their mark Grant reached the s)int mark, scoring against hapless His career total 51, 32 goals and Junior starter a record set last plummenting the net for five goals assists in the game. Engineers, nidst of a rebuilding two and tied one, measure of Oxbow Thetford, as a solid up two thanks to steady two superb goal- Godfrey. dropped their a 5-1 decision to and Barton set marks for Oxbow; " and Thetford keep rollm00 defeated in Central Vermont After two scoreless periods Orford 5, LinWood 3 quick 1-0 load. A first half league play. of overtime the teams had to ORFORD-- The Orford letdown turned the load, October 6, 1982-The Journal Opinion.Page 9 BETWEEN THE STRIPES CROSS COUNTRY AREA TEAMS are finding rough running in recent meets. At Lyndon Institute, the host Vikings proved less than hospitable against Oxbow, taking both the boy's and girl's meets with ease. Oxbow droppedthe boy's run 15-49 and the girl's lost by a like margin. Oxbow's Bill Dunnells 15:21 time was the best for the Olympians over the 2.5 mile course. Woodsville didn't find matters much different in their tri- meet with Whitefield and White Mountain. The Engineer boys came in second to White Mtn, 19-39, the girls one point better at 20-39. John Thornton placed fourth for the Engineers while Wally Morton at 18:10 and Chris Dennis with a time of 18:30 placed sixth and seventh. Thornton's time was 1: 07. The Engineer girls were led by a fine third place, 23:38 time of Christine Hudson, hacked up by Bonnie Boyce, 24:52 and Terry Thornton, 25:25 m sixth and seventh place. In a quad meet hosted by Oxbow, the Thetford Panthers crossed the finish line first in the girls division, taking 32 bPoints to Lyndon's 50. Oxbow and Blue Mountain competed, ut didn't have enough runners on the course. In the boy's divison, Lyndon placed first, Oxbow second and Thetford third, with scores of 17-74-88 respectively. Bill Dunnells again had the best Oxbow time, placing fourth at 14:08. Penny Cook, the only Olympian running in the girl's division turned in a 12:15 time. Running unofficially was Thetford's Kris Bragg, an eighth grader, leading the field from start to finish for the girls. BOSTON MARATHON will again be held on Patriot's Day in Boston. and Bradford's Bob Shelton will be officially running for the second year in a row• A couple of weeks ago Shelton ran in the Clarence DeMar Marathon in Keene, N.H., finishing the course in a time of 3:19:47. And, the amazing part of it all is, he didn't take up running until five years ago. VERMONT'S ATHLETE OF THE MONTH AWARD goes to Scott Morse, Bellows Falls Legion pitcher, for the month of August. Morse pitched 43 innings of no-run ball, allowing 18 hits and striking out 51 would-be batters. He spun a perfect game (seven innings) in Legion tournament play against Montpelier and was credited with a 1-0 10 inning win over Hartford. It was the only loss Hartford sustained as they went on to become the state titleholder. HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION nominations for Athlete of the Month award must be in by October 10. Area coaches in Vermont will be notified of the deadline. If you have an outstanding athlete for the month, be sure to let us know. UNITED YOUTH SPORTS OF N.H. is being organized. They are a statewide, non-profit organization, hoping to provide a better environment for all *youth sports, as well as showing ways of financial support. myone interested to learn more about this organization, wri[e to: United Youth Sports of New Hampshire, PO Box 4117, Manchester, N.H. 03108. SPACE LIMITATIONS AND TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES were the cause of the much delayed Wells River Valley Softball league All-Star team• I apologize. But, this week it's here. Congratulations to all .those of you who were recognized. All team members had a chance to vote on the best player at each position and the results are elsewhere on the sports page of the Journal Opinion. State "ti00er" champions BARRE-- The 1982 Flying the way with 723 points, Tiger Vermont State followed by Mead with 714, Champion will be named Sunday, Oct. 10 when the final race of the season will be held at Thunder Road Sbowl. Four drivers are within 13 points of each other for the title in the division, which was revived in May of this year for the first time since 1969. Owen Wimble of Waitsfield, Vt. won the initial race for the Tigers this year, and has had a major battle with Joey Laquerre of E. Montpelier throughout the entire sum- mer. In the last two outings however, Wimble and Laquerre have had their share of problems, and have allowed drivers Red Mead of Hyde Park, and Jim Gallison of Middlesex to close in. Wimble continues to show seen and Gallison with 713. Laquerre now stands fourth with 710. Laquerre has been the major winner in e Tiger Division in '82, winning 5 feature events. The other three drivers each have one victory. Rounding out the top 10 drivers in the point standings are Buzz Sheldon 679, Dave Gibbs 564, Dick Strobridge 547, Paul Donahue 539, Guy Brown 530, and Ralph Baldwin with 454 points. The final event for the Tigers will be combined with the Fall Foliage 100, the final event for the NASCAR Molson Tour Late Models, as well as the $5,000 to win 20 lap Moison Bash. Post time is 2:00 p.m. Sunday, October 10. In 1920, the buyer of an A four-cylinder car was automobile had about 200 built in the late 1940's by Bill makes of cars to choose from. Gregg of Bennington, one of Three dozen of these were new Martins original employee's i00p°T ! Hock00 action Thetford manages win; others lose THETFORD-- Of the six 1. Two third period goals by games played last week, only Thetford managed to get into the winner's circle as all four teams failed to improve their record. Along with the win, Thefford was shut out 1-0. Blue Mountain had the best of it for the week, managing a 1-I deadlock. Woodsville lost and tied a game while Oxbow was held scoreless in their only game. Stowe I, Oxbow 0 STOWE Once beaten and once tied Stowe scored early in the second half and held on to defeat Oxbow I-0 on the winner's field. Offense con- tinned to be the downfall for the 2-4-I Olympians as they failed to score for the fifth time this season. Undaunted by the team's showing thus far, Oxbo's Mona Garone says, "We're playing better every game. The ball will start going into the net pretty soon." Tena Davidson and Karen Claflin shared goalie pads again, knocking away ten shots on goal. BMU 1, Twinfield 1 WELLS RIVER-- The game and the results were the same, only the location was different as Blue Mountain and Twin Field wrapped themselves into another knot, this time a 1-1" tie. Last week's game ended in a scoreless duel. Defensive aces Robin and Lauri Stocker kept the Trojans at hay for most of the game. Goalie Lauri made only two saves as most of the of- fensive charges were fought away by Robin. Down by a single goal With less than ten minutes left in the game, the Bucks started pressing. The offensive flurry paid off as Dawn Slayton scored her first goal of the year with only six minutes left in the game. White Mountain however turned the table on Woodsville as their offense could not get started up again. Woodsville held a 9 - 6 shot advantage. Rochester 1, T'netford 0 ROCHESTER-- In a tight. well played game, the Thet- ford Panthers lost their second game of the seasu against five wins and a tie, falling to Rochester 1-0. With only 30 seconds left in the half, Rochester scored the game'. only goal. Thetford, pressing to the end, carried the play for m,t of the second half, but couldn't put the ball into the net. In the waning minutes, the Panthers ,failed to convert five corners. Mascoma I, Woodsville I ENFIELD-- Two New Hampshire field hockey powers clashed last week with neither coming out the loser.. • battling to a I-1 deadlock. Mascoma managed to draw first blood, scoring with two- thirds of the first half gone. Woodsville, coming out firing in the second half, tied the game early on a goal by Gerry Boudreauit. The goal, her seventh of the year, held up for the rest of the game to earn the tie for the Engineers. Both teams will meet again, probably in the Class M Playoffs to settle the tie game once and for all. Thetford I, Chelsea 0 THETFORD-- Playing their second tough league game of the week, Thetford came out on the winning end of a I-0 shutout over riv.al Chelsea. Co- standouts were Julie Talman and Becky Roberts. Talman scored the only goal of the game, during second half action, an assist going to Kim Wolstenholme. Not credited with the assist, but starting the play was Kelly Adams, breaking down the left side of the field. Blue Mountain, carrying the Roberts, immense in the momentum for most of the nets once again, shoved away e outshot the VtSPdng all seven shotsthe once beaten ojaml8-4.  -- Red vils sed her. This White Mt, 3, Woodsville 2 was Chelsea s first league loss WOODSVILLE-- All things of the year, second overall. must come to an end. FIELD HOCKEY Unfortunately it was a three game winning streak by Woodsville as they fell to a solid White Mountain squad 3- 2. The usually fleet-footed Engineers, after holding two single boal leads, got mired down and dropped their second game of the year. Andrea Smith scored the first goal for Woodsville with a nice assist going to Tracy Bumford. At the half, Bum- ford had scored a goal herself, putting Wood_sville up again, 2- RESULTS As of Sept. 30 Stowe I Oxbow 0 Blue Mt. I Twinfield I White Mtn. 3 Woodsville 2 Rochester I Thetford 0 Mascoma I Woodsville I Thetford I Chelsea 0 FIELD tIOCKEY STANDINGS As of Sept. 30 WLT Thetford Panthers 5 2 1 WoodsvilleZngineers 3 2 2 Blue Mt. Bucks 3 2 2 Oxbow Olympians 2 4 I Two point games were settle for a tie. Woodsville Wildcats won their fifth game however, into a 3-1 defecit. registered by Doug Durkee hasn't lost to Mascoma since of the year to go along with Goals by Steve Ball and Elmer (two goals), and Steward 1977. Del Doyle knocked out two losses and a tie, downing Nutter (returning to action Osgood (two assists) while ten shots in the Engineer net. LinWood 5-3, after being after an ankie injury) brought high honors went to Dave Thetford 2, Chelsea 0 behind 3-1. the Wildcats into a 3-3 tie at Ullman with one goal and two THETFORD-- Mark Godfrey Dennis Smith put in the first the half. assists. Bobby Hodge, Andy came up with his second goal allowing Orford to take a (please turn to page 10 Moore and Brad Stone scored straight shutout, thanks to the other goals for the high some fine Panther defense, as  flying Panthers. Thetford won its third straight Rare Martin g/asp After a scoreless first period game, 2-0 over Chelsea• Thetford struck for three Offense for Thetford came goals before the half, and in the name of Bobby Hodge. BRADFORD-- Cliff and added three more early in the Hodge scored both goals, one Esther French, Mahlon and third quarter, coasting to an in the opening minute of the Junis Thurston, and Ernie and easy 6-0 win. Mark Godfrey game and another with just Betty French, local residents, turned back 10 shots for the more than a minute remaining spent the weekend of Sept. 17 ventures in the industry. shutout, in the period. With the win to 20 at Bennlngton, Vt. at- One of these was the Wasp, Woodsvtlle6,St.Johnsbm'yl Thetford stands alone on top of tending the 16th Annual built in Bennington by Karl WOODSVILLE-- After a the CVL-south league with a 3- Antique Car Show, Martin. Martin came to listless first half, holding only 0-1 record. The Panthers two Among the 300 antique cars Bennington in 1919 and formed a 2-1 lead of St. Johnsbury losses have been non-league and 325 flea market spaces the Martin-W0sp Corp. Academy, the Woodsville encounters with Orford. they had the privilege to see a Working day and night, chassis for Henry Dodge of .Engineers came out storming, Lisbou5, Orford3 Martin Wasp, one of only two Martin and his small crew Detroit, Mich. in 1953. This striking for four unanswered ORFORD-- The up-again, remaining of the 18 made from built the first car. Just before was imaculately restored by goals in downing the 1-4 down-again fortunes of Orford 1919 to 1925. it went on display at the newly Dodge and a body constructed constructed HotelCommodore according to the original Hilltoppers. Holding onto a soccer hit another downer tentative 1-1 tie, Woodsville's losing to Lisbon 5-3. Although in New York in 1920. It created drawings and plans. It was a BMUI Todd Nickerson scored his Lisbon hasn t lost this year,  dairy a flurry of interest and the one labor of love that took seven Someone is first varsity goal, putting the Orford failed to play up to on the floor -- the only one in years. get beat by Blue Engineers ahead 2-1 shortly their potentialin theloss, herd ownel existance - was sold to It stood out in majestic Martin Wasp, rare vintage automobile. madethis year,sure butit beforeAs thethe half.third quarter opened forJefforford,Huntingtonbut theSC°redgame wentfirst l'ece00e-- awd8 $5000.D°uglas Fairhanks -- price ********************************************* :********* be them as they Larry Shute broke behind the downhill from there. Although RINTH-- Eight dairy herd By the end of 19:21, a total of  * ° " * !theBucks.and often in a 5-1 feedHilltopperby ChrisdefenSeBeck°ntoa giveniCe tied at the half I-I, Orford fell owners belonging to the six cars had been built and  * behind quickly in the third Corinth DHIArecoivedhonors sold for $5,500 "each. While looking for Woodsville some breathing period and never recovered, at the Annual Meeting of basically an assembled car of  * combination to room 3-1. Shute scored * his another goal while Beck was Two quick Lisbon goals set the Corinth DHIA (Dairy Herd components bought from stageforthedefeat. Improvement Association). other manufacturers to __ m during the credited with another assist Jeff Huntington scored all Only I00 dairy herds in the Martins specifications, the SCollimandVince and a single goal. Dave three goals for the Wildcats. State of Vermont reccived the bodies were custom built in AR called on to nickerson and Ed Matz ended Bennington. The first Wasp was powered  19 saves from the by a Wisconsin four-cylinder engine, and was very reliable. at Bennin00ton antique car show qqwsndor in a special parking will now be on display at the was submitted to us by Clif- place among the antiques Bennington Museum. ford French, of Bradford, an ranging from 1901 to 1950. It Editor's Note: This article avid antique car enthusiast. using remaining parts given to Gregg by Karl Martin. This car ]s now owned by Raymond Newell of Florence, Mass. The one seen at Bennington began with the unsold 6-cyl. in the net and the second half scoring with Oxbow S, Randolph 2 honors. The Corinth "" unassisted goals. RANDOLPH--In a season Association had the most -X- Del Doyle played another that hasn't seen ton many number of awards in the State * steady game in the nets for bright spots so far, the Oxbow of Vermont for an Association. lone score came BY the spring °f 1923 Martin  LE "! oot of Collins in the Woodsville, making ten saves Olympians had two shining Receiving production award had desigrted a larger, more  tarter, set up by while the Engineer offense stars in their game against honors were: Donald Carleton 3aveSlayton. poundedSt. Johnsburywith 18 Randolph. Charlie Grant of W. Newbury; Devins powerful six-cylinder car. The . i l,6,Rochester0 shots on goal, 31total. pushed across two points, Brothers of Bradford; Hark- wheelbase was stretched to 'ER-- Thetford Woodsville3,Mascoma3 going over the "magicalfifty,, dale Farmowrlby.ussell 144inches.  50 % & Moe OFF 0 made their trip to ENFIELD-- The Woodsville mark, and Charlie Barton tied Carson of Newbury received The engine was a con- -X- worthwhile, express was nearly derailed a school record with five goals two awards, one for their tinental six-cylinder with 70 Usually tough last week, salvaging a 3-3 tie and two assists in the 8-2 rout holsteins and one for their horse power replacing the 45 r n dwithathud6-over lightly regarded ovetRandolph, ayrshire herd" Ais° receiving horsepower Wisc°nsin engine"  JACKET5 PANTS & SWEATERS"00i remains un-'Mascoma. , , An aggressive Oxbow front honors were Gerald and Three of the six.cylinder 150 NEW Behind 2-0, Woodsville line kept the pressure off Marianne Stockman of chassis were made and two managed to get back into the . Keith Bean for mest of the Bradford ; Gregory and weres°ld--thethirdwasto  ' Doublek t FABRICS game with two g °ais in the game' firing 42 times at the MaxineStewart andSlack of Bradford;Tammy Vaughan customerbe custom-bodiedwho died beforef°r athe  PLUS Wo l, Cotton & second period to keep the shell-shocked Ghost net- , S. Ryegate and Charles P. body was started. Money was 0 n I short and production stopped  • game from a reut. Dave minder. Bean meanwhile, was BMU 1 Nickerson and Pat Rie called on to make but ten Cole ofS. Newbury. Rochester 0 were each credited witha goal saves on 17 shots. To receive an award the at this point. 4(- Mascoma3 and assist in the flrst . The Grant' in sc°ring 50 Pelnts, herd average fOr h°lsteins had Karl Martin said bafore his . OCT. 9th From 10 to 4 * -X- Orford3 Mascoma Royals, seeing matches the accomplishment to be at least l8,000 of milk and death that a total of 16 cars -X- Randolph2 victory on the horizon struck of two seniors of last year, Ron 650pounds of fat per .cow. For had been built, nine of these * At :6 Oxbow1 for a third goal in tim final Huntington and Gary Ayrshires, the requ,rement are known to exist today, * TOWN FAIRLEE St. Johnsbury 1 period. Chris Beck tied e Hayward. Barton's mark of had to be at least a herd although two Wasps were  " Chelsea0 game up again with an assmt five goals, matched that of average of 14,500 of milk and Martm'slater" builtdesignaCCordingusing originalt° -* , HALL. l VT. ** LinWood3 going to Dave Pompian. Hayward'sfeatlastyear. ( please turn to page l0 parts. *************** ******************************************