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Page 14-The Journal Opinion-December 8, 1982 I --Shaw Warning 00/oodsvdle loses 7-50 : '" Woodsville, normally a fine If You Have Seen SNOW In Your Area Call ,.Lo00 , (802) 866-592100l o.j:'" We Kn0w ';'°\\;" . I [: i i.What To Do With.it .(:." I . s!i RiverBend "°:I ?" X-CounttT Ski Shop, Rt. 5, So, Newbury, Vt. Santa will visit on December 12th from 2-4 P.M .:! The Wonder Of Christmas It happens lust once a year! At Farmer Hedge' s Country Christmas in Fairlee, you'll find ten rooms overflowinR with ways to make your Christmas even more wonderfuii -- Thousands of ornaments: -- Homemade Crafts: -- Unusual Gifts ! --Hand knits by local residents! BEAT THE CROWDS -- ARRIVE EARLY! Open daffy 8-5 -- Rte, 5 North of Fairlee af Gdden Rule Calling all Santasl If you're looking for a gift your do-it- yourselfer will appreclate-and one you can afford- look into Golden Rule. LIMITED QUANTITY  VERMONT AMERICAN AU sale items strictly cash & carry Deluxe SaberSaw Table 57-50 in a game that Wood- sville could have won. shooting team, was able to Capitalizing on poor connect on only 32 percent of Engineer shooting and 12 their field goals. VERMONT ATHLETES OF THE MO-NTH are Winnfield Brooks and Erik Vigsnes. Brooks plays football for Norwich University. During October, Brooks had three touchdowns and rushed for over 100 yards in three of four games, in- cluding a 191 yard effort. Twice during the month he was named the ECAC player of the week. Vigsnes led his Mt. Anthony team to a 7-0 record during the month and 5 of his 12 goals for the month were game winners. Mt. Anthony won the Division I championship in November. DONKEY BASKETBALL GAME has been set for Thetford Academy on Dec. 9th at 7 p.m. The game is being sponsored by TA Boys' Varsity Club and proceeds will he going towards a new scoreboard for the gymnasium. For those of you who missed the Harlem Wizards at Woodsville last week, here is another opportunity to see an interesting and entertaining night of 'basketball.' The game will be between the Varsity Club and Thetford Volunteer Fire Department. Tickets at the door will be $3 for adults, $2.50 for students. A 50 cent discount per ticket is given for advance sales. 3/e" Variable Speed Drill q duty reversible dflll for home or iofesstonal use. uble Insulated. Model #bStOLVR THE BASKETBALL IS STILL GOING through the hoop for GOING AFTER LOOSE BALL is orford's Larry Osmer in game against former Oxbow player Kathy Peterson• Peterson's 15 points Moultonboro, Osmer converted the play into two points for the Wildcats. lped keep Lyndon State close during a 79-70 loss to Len- noxville, Quebec. LSC is now 1-2 for the season. ORFORD-- Another smoothly, losing to White lead ballooned to 35-19 at the GOOD COLLEGIATE MATCHUP is on the horizon for mid- basketball season is un- Mountain 57-50. Falling behind half with no trouble in sight. January at Dartmouth College. Former Oxbow graduate derway, and the Orford early, the Engineers didn't With the starters playing Karin Dwyer, now on Cornell's varsity basketball team is Wildcats were more than give up, coming to within two about ten of the final sixteen matched up against Dartmouth. Dartmouth features Jane ready for it. With eight points in the final quarter, but minutes Orford opened the Daigle, a four year standout at Lebanon H.S. Both Dwyer and returning lettermen an- didn't have enough to over- floodgates, pouring in 51 Daigle have been seeing plenty of playing time early in the choring the team, the Wildcats take the taller Spartans. points: In a three minute span season with Daigle named to a recent all-tournament team. ran wild over an overmatched beginning the fourth quarter, Looks as if the intense rivalry will continue through four Moultonboro quintet 86-35, the Wildcat lead went from 62- years of college competition. scoring 51 second half points, Orford 86, Moultonboro 35 25 to 79-34. Mark Harrington many with the starters on the ORFORD-- With '[hree and Bill Baker put in 7 points VERMONT HEADMASTERS arelooking into the possibility bench. Up north, Woodsville's players doing double figure each as did Paul Miyares. of changing training procedures for fall sports to facilitate opener didn't go quite so scoring the Orford Wildcats Orford played most of the the schedules starting earlier. The reasoning behind the change is a legitimate one. In doing so, the State soccer and field hockey finals might be played at least a week earlier, in hopes of better weather. THE ALHAMBRA BASKETBALL CLASSIC will have a 'twin' this coming year. Since the all-star basketball game between Vermont and New Hampshire has been received so well, the two have gotten together and proposed a twin-state baseball classic, for the same weekend• As it is Set up now, 18 players will be chosen for each state and the format will be a two game series, Friday and Saturday. Teams will be picked through nominations from the coaches from each state. The ..... big advantage that this 'classic' has over both the VT-NH " basketball and soccer all-star games is 'that all players will he in top form, just coming off the regular high school playing season. Sounds like a good idea. PARTIAL LIST OF THINGS TO LOOK FORWARD to could ing tough jnning. The Bucks should have good fast break speed and have the height for rebounding to set up the fast break. Trying to make up for the loss of Kim Wright and her 1,000 plus scoring during high school will be hard., The Bucks made it to the Division IV .... finals last year, and will have to work hard to match that feat. L . . . Ran Brown of the BMU boys has four returning let- termen, but needs to replace top scorer (over 1,000 points) Andy Taylor and playmaking guard Keith McRae, plus three A HARLEM WIZARD HE'S NOT, as Marc Fabrizio is about to find out, losing the more of his top six players from last year's Division III state ball out of bounds, off his fingertips in Woodsvllle's loss to White Mountain. champhionship team• Height shouldn't be a problem, but scoring could be. As usual, by the end of the season, Brownies team will be ready for the playdowns and be a factor. took the measure of game with a man to man .. • Woodsville's Mike Ackerman is also looking to replace Moultonboro in the season's defense that caused con- five of his top six players• Hoping to improve on a 12-8 record, opener for both schools. Jeff siderable trouble for the the Engineers will have to reply on defense to hold them in Huntington with 24, Larry inexperienced Moultonboro most ballgames until a couple of scorers come along and take Osmer and Dave Sanborn with team. the reins. Although they don't have a proven leader, with six 15 each led the scoring parade experienced players from the past playing regularly, one is that saw all but four players WhiteMtn. 57, WoodsvilleS0 sure to take charge. Thoy always seem to before Woodsville's finding the hoop for at least WOODSVILLE-- First game season is over two points, jitters were commonplace at ... Sophomores and Juniors will have to jell in order to Orford found the hoop for 20 Woodsville in the game keep the Woodsville girls from having a long season. Coming first quarter points, led by against White Mountain, the off a 8-10 record, Diane Walker charges have only two Huntington's eight in route to season's opener for both Seniors t-,turning. If things go right for them, they could have an eight point first quarter schools. But the Engineer's a winning season. The raw materialis there. lead. Coach Barry LeBarron have the worst of it, com- . .. afford, Oxbow and Thefford coming next week. cleared his bench for part of mitting a game high 32 tur- the second quarter but the hovers, losing to the Spartans Allows more operations with portable tools.., jointing, radius cuts, molding, edging, miter and crosscuts, ripping, etc. Frees both hands to hold work. #396 A great gift at a great price! Therrn00rip* Electric Glue Gun Permanently bonds wood, leather, paper, fabrics, tiles. No clamping, no mixing. HOT glue sots ;n seconds. ' THERMOGSlP P { $ , Save up to $4.60 HOME BUILDINGcENTER 7-5:00 p.m. ELY.vERMoNT (802)333.4381 Sat. 7-12:30 p.m ELM CORNER ORFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE "The Christmas Tree King of Odord" Balsam and Fir $3 to STOP IN TODAY WHILE SUPPLIES ARE I CHOCOLATE BOX by PRYDE ;T3  ! SUPERB -- ns - I Chocolates and Other Select Confectio m Domestic and Import ,= • Palet Plcasers from the PRYDE y- m Tasle OUr Sample, )"E • (including -- diet [non-tasledietJ confectionS) ' ssi HEAT - WITH ACORN00gi Acorn Shpper Socks. L Acorns really are a small investment in home What could be more simple or economical than on a pair of Acorn Slipper Socks to solve the of drafty floors and cold feet? _l td_J ,uon And they will warm your feet, Youll enjoy the c+f, feeling of the plush thermal sole and the hugabilitY +L +qr'i the natural wool sock. The handsome leather side a tWillllm sole are form-fitted and double lock-stitched to insutJt " surpassed.years of wear. The quality and craftsmanship are'tJ;',+ll_m_U'l'l.| And don't leave your Acorns at home. They are tPt to be more than just a siipper...great for the ski dorm, and scurrying about the campsite. Available at: Downtown White River Jct -- 295-71 O0 i turnovers, White Mountain jumped to a first quarter 17-10 IT,S ADIRONDACK BOTrLED GAS CORP, lead and were never behind. Coming into the second P.O. Box 78 quarter, hot shooting by Larry Fairlee, Vt. 05045 Schute kept the Engineers am (802) 333-9711 half,Close'33-27.but still behind at the OAS II HOT ON P000p00/V E A see0000, q=r00r brought the Woodsville squad " another point closer at the FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN buzzer 47-42 after trailing at ----------"-- --nm.IMR one point in the quarter by 13. (00itllntl WIDE RANGE OF APPLIANCES : A furious four minutes Empire and Dearborne Heaters followed as the Engineers ++++o,+ TIM ! -- Hardwiek Ranges hawking guards Pat Riggie Bradford White Water Heaters and Dave Nickerson and the Jacuzzi and Dueane Gas Grills scoring of Dave Patten to pull to within two 4846, and again NOTHING TOO BIG OR SMALL: at 5048 with only 2:43 left. Industrial and Commercial Two quick field goals by the Spartans as Woodsville went Upon delivery --Home Heating down the floor twice empty Cooking and Hot Water handed sealed their fate as the --Propane Motorfuel turnover cropped up again. Dave Patten was one of two of your winter fuel supply, AVAILABLE AT THESE DEALERS WITH Engineers in double figures, OVER 70 YEARS COMBINED EXPERIENCE putting in 18 points on 9 field • goals. Larry Schute totaled tO, pay the driver nd " IN THE PROPANE INDUSTRY: followed by Leo Derosia with a , rune and Rgbqe wtth seven DOYLE$ GAS ,f-RVICE DAVIS GAS .... • ROUTE 100 P.O. BOX 26  EHE+,VT. OS03, Wt'NTWORTH, N.H. O3282 SAVE ten cents on every gallon! 802-685-4662 603-764-5748 INTERESTING FACT OtARLIE BROWN INC. DAVt$ OIL co  sorrt os The thro "-' '-€ T .......... WOODTOCKRD. RFD2 " STARROUTE -- . ,, v, ,,.,=1+,o+,, .'w.o WHITERIVERJCT.,W, 05001 CANAANNH03741 F.TIRE, VT. 05649 me prize In a wres[nng NO 2 FUEL z KEROSENE 8024W5-3421 003-523-4285 802-439-592] match fought by two sons of ,i i i+,111 i the emperor in 858 A.D. • ' ..... -- ""--- P[R"R'00 "g00/31:'ll 17/00 Pllone444-2742 eail¢olle,t. - ¢lgm •/l l m sA,s ROEBUCK, WlOdsvilte, N+H. i + I I I I liiillP  PIKEStORt, Pike, .H, McLAM's STORE, E, Corinth, Vt. • P • ,..,.,... m FAIRLEEGENERAL, FoirIee, Vt. LLr-ANeK)' ' " = "'u" l THVAmTYSTOt++,mH+'D'LLTO'O"oFd'+"e+Nr"" Main St. Bradford, Vt. GROTto GNERALSTGRE, G'roii V,. Your complete clothing core center SOUTH RYEGME STORE, SomhRyegote, Vt. 802 222 4484 • WESTERN AUTO STORE, Bradford, Vt. i= '+ For pick-up and delivery service MERRILL5' INJRANCE OFFICE. Lisbon, N.H. m Page 14-The Journal Opinion-December 8, 1982 I --Shaw Warning 00/oodsvdle loses 7-50 : '" Woodsville, normally a fine If You Have Seen SNOW In Your Area Call ,.Lo00 , (802) 866-592100l o.j:'" We Kn0w ';'°\\;" . I [: i i.What To Do With.it .(:." I . s!i RiverBend "°:I ?" X-CounttT Ski Shop, Rt. 5, So, Newbury, Vt. Santa will visit on December 12th from 2-4 P.M .:! The Wonder Of Christmas It happens lust once a year! At Farmer Hedge' s Country Christmas in Fairlee, you'll find ten rooms overflowinR with ways to make your Christmas even more wonderfuii -- Thousands of ornaments: -- Homemade Crafts: -- Unusual Gifts ! --Hand knits by local residents! BEAT THE CROWDS -- ARRIVE EARLY! Open daffy 8-5 -- Rte, 5 North of Fairlee af Gdden Rule Calling all Santasl If you're looking for a gift your do-it- yourselfer will appreclate-and one you can afford- look into Golden Rule. LIMITED QUANTITY  VERMONT AMERICAN AU sale items strictly cash & carry Deluxe SaberSaw Table 57-50 in a game that Wood- sville could have won. shooting team, was able to Capitalizing on poor connect on only 32 percent of Engineer shooting and 12 their field goals. VERMONT ATHLETES OF THE MO-NTH are Winnfield Brooks and Erik Vigsnes. Brooks plays football for Norwich University. During October, Brooks had three touchdowns and rushed for over 100 yards in three of four games, in- cluding a 191 yard effort. Twice during the month he was named the ECAC player of the week. Vigsnes led his Mt. Anthony team to a 7-0 record during the month and 5 of his 12 goals for the month were game winners. Mt. Anthony won the Division I championship in November. DONKEY BASKETBALL GAME has been set for Thetford Academy on Dec. 9th at 7 p.m. The game is being sponsored by TA Boys' Varsity Club and proceeds will he going towards a new scoreboard for the gymnasium. For those of you who missed the Harlem Wizards at Woodsville last week, here is another opportunity to see an interesting and entertaining night of 'basketball.' The game will be between the Varsity Club and Thetford Volunteer Fire Department. Tickets at the door will be $3 for adults, $2.50 for students. A 50 cent discount per ticket is given for advance sales. 3/e" Variable Speed Drill q duty reversible dflll for home or iofesstonal use. uble Insulated. Model #bStOLVR THE BASKETBALL IS STILL GOING through the hoop for GOING AFTER LOOSE BALL is orford's Larry Osmer in game against former Oxbow player Kathy Peterson• Peterson's 15 points Moultonboro, Osmer converted the play into two points for the Wildcats. lped keep Lyndon State close during a 79-70 loss to Len- noxville, Quebec. LSC is now 1-2 for the season. ORFORD-- Another smoothly, losing to White lead ballooned to 35-19 at the GOOD COLLEGIATE MATCHUP is on the horizon for mid- basketball season is un- Mountain 57-50. Falling behind half with no trouble in sight. January at Dartmouth College. Former Oxbow graduate derway, and the Orford early, the Engineers didn't With the starters playing Karin Dwyer, now on Cornell's varsity basketball team is Wildcats were more than give up, coming to within two about ten of the final sixteen matched up against Dartmouth. Dartmouth features Jane ready for it. With eight points in the final quarter, but minutes Orford opened the Daigle, a four year standout at Lebanon H.S. Both Dwyer and returning lettermen an- didn't have enough to over- floodgates, pouring in 51 Daigle have been seeing plenty of playing time early in the choring the team, the Wildcats take the taller Spartans. points: In a three minute span season with Daigle named to a recent all-tournament team. ran wild over an overmatched beginning the fourth quarter, Looks as if the intense rivalry will continue through four Moultonboro quintet 86-35, the Wildcat lead went from 62- years of college competition. scoring 51 second half points, Orford 86, Moultonboro 35 25 to 79-34. Mark Harrington many with the starters on the ORFORD-- With '[hree and Bill Baker put in 7 points VERMONT HEADMASTERS arelooking into the possibility bench. Up north, Woodsville's players doing double figure each as did Paul Miyares. of changing training procedures for fall sports to facilitate opener didn't go quite so scoring the Orford Wildcats Orford played most of the the schedules starting earlier. The reasoning behind the change is a legitimate one. In doing so, the State soccer and field hockey finals might be played at least a week earlier, in hopes of better weather. THE ALHAMBRA BASKETBALL CLASSIC will have a 'twin' this coming year. Since the all-star basketball game between Vermont and New Hampshire has been received so well, the two have gotten together and proposed a twin-state baseball classic, for the same weekend• As it is Set up now, 18 players will be chosen for each state and the format will be a two game series, Friday and Saturday. Teams will be picked through nominations from the coaches from each state. The ..... big advantage that this 'classic' has over both the VT-NH " basketball and soccer all-star games is 'that all players will he in top form, just coming off the regular high school playing season. Sounds like a good idea. PARTIAL LIST OF THINGS TO LOOK FORWARD to could ing tough jnning. The Bucks should have good fast break speed and have the height for rebounding to set up the fast break. Trying to make up for the loss of Kim Wright and her 1,000 plus scoring during high school will be hard., The Bucks made it to the Division IV .... finals last year, and will have to work hard to match that feat. L . . . Ran Brown of the BMU boys has four returning let- termen, but needs to replace top scorer (over 1,000 points) Andy Taylor and playmaking guard Keith McRae, plus three A HARLEM WIZARD HE'S NOT, as Marc Fabrizio is about to find out, losing the more of his top six players from last year's Division III state ball out of bounds, off his fingertips in Woodsvllle's loss to White Mountain. champhionship team• Height shouldn't be a problem, but scoring could be. As usual, by the end of the season, Brownies team will be ready for the playdowns and be a factor. took the measure of game with a man to man .. • Woodsville's Mike Ackerman is also looking to replace Moultonboro in the season's defense that caused con- five of his top six players• Hoping to improve on a 12-8 record, opener for both schools. Jeff siderable trouble for the the Engineers will have to reply on defense to hold them in Huntington with 24, Larry inexperienced Moultonboro most ballgames until a couple of scorers come along and take Osmer and Dave Sanborn with team. the reins. Although they don't have a proven leader, with six 15 each led the scoring parade experienced players from the past playing regularly, one is that saw all but four players WhiteMtn. 57, WoodsvilleS0 sure to take charge. Thoy always seem to before Woodsville's finding the hoop for at least WOODSVILLE-- First game season is over two points, jitters were commonplace at ... Sophomores and Juniors will have to jell in order to Orford found the hoop for 20 Woodsville in the game keep the Woodsville girls from having a long season. Coming first quarter points, led by against White Mountain, the off a 8-10 record, Diane Walker charges have only two Huntington's eight in route to season's opener for both Seniors t-,turning. If things go right for them, they could have an eight point first quarter schools. But the Engineer's a winning season. The raw materialis there. lead. Coach Barry LeBarron have the worst of it, com- . .. afford, Oxbow and Thefford coming next week. cleared his bench for part of mitting a game high 32 tur- the second quarter but the hovers, losing to the Spartans Allows more operations with portable tools.., jointing, radius cuts, molding, edging, miter and crosscuts, ripping, etc. Frees both hands to hold work. #396 A great gift at a great price! Therrn00rip* Electric Glue Gun Permanently bonds wood, leather, paper, fabrics, tiles. No clamping, no mixing. HOT glue sots ;n seconds. ' THERMOGSlP P { $ , Save up to $4.60 HOME BUILDINGcENTER 7-5:00 p.m. ELY.vERMoNT (802)333.4381 Sat. 7-12:30 p.m ELM CORNER ORFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE "The Christmas Tree King of Odord" Balsam and Fir $3 to STOP IN TODAY WHILE SUPPLIES ARE I CHOCOLATE BOX by PRYDE ;T3  ! SUPERB -- ns - I Chocolates and Other Select Confectio m Domestic and Import ,= • Palet Plcasers from the PRYDE y- m Tasle OUr Sample, )"E • (including -- diet [non-tasledietJ confectionS) ' ssi HEAT - WITH ACORN00gi Acorn Shpper Socks. L Acorns really are a small investment in home What could be more simple or economical than on a pair of Acorn Slipper Socks to solve the of drafty floors and cold feet? _l td_J ,uon And they will warm your feet, Youll enjoy the c+f, feeling of the plush thermal sole and the hugabilitY +L +qr'i the natural wool sock. The handsome leather side a tWillllm sole are form-fitted and double lock-stitched to insutJt " surpassed.years of wear. The quality and craftsmanship are'tJ;',+ll_m_U'l'l.| And don't leave your Acorns at home. They are tPt to be more than just a siipper...great for the ski dorm, and scurrying about the campsite. Available at: Downtown White River Jct -- 295-71 O0 i turnovers, White Mountain jumped to a first quarter 17-10 IT,S ADIRONDACK BOTrLED GAS CORP, lead and were never behind. Coming into the second P.O. Box 78 quarter, hot shooting by Larry Fairlee, Vt. 05045 Schute kept the Engineers am (802) 333-9711 half,Close'33-27.but still behind at the OAS II HOT ON P000p00/V E A see0000, q=r00r brought the Woodsville squad " another point closer at the FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN buzzer 47-42 after trailing at ----------"-- --nm.IMR one point in the quarter by 13. (00itllntl WIDE RANGE OF APPLIANCES : A furious four minutes Empire and Dearborne Heaters followed as the Engineers ++++o,+ TIM ! -- Hardwiek Ranges hawking guards Pat Riggie Bradford White Water Heaters and Dave Nickerson and the Jacuzzi and Dueane Gas Grills scoring of Dave Patten to pull to within two 4846, and again NOTHING TOO BIG OR SMALL: at 5048 with only 2:43 left. Industrial and Commercial Two quick field goals by the Spartans as Woodsville went Upon delivery --Home Heating down the floor twice empty Cooking and Hot Water handed sealed their fate as the --Propane Motorfuel turnover cropped up again. Dave Patten was one of two of your winter fuel supply, AVAILABLE AT THESE DEALERS WITH Engineers in double figures, OVER 70 YEARS COMBINED EXPERIENCE putting in 18 points on 9 field • goals. Larry Schute totaled tO, pay the driver nd " IN THE PROPANE INDUSTRY: followed by Leo Derosia with a , rune and Rgbqe wtth seven DOYLE$ GAS ,f-RVICE DAVIS GAS .... • ROUTE 100 P.O. BOX 26  EHE+,VT. OS03, Wt'NTWORTH, N.H. O3282 SAVE ten cents on every gallon! 802-685-4662 603-764-5748 INTERESTING FACT OtARLIE BROWN INC. DAVt$ OIL co  sorrt os The thro "-' '-€ T .......... WOODTOCKRD. RFD2 " STARROUTE -- . ,, v, ,,.,=1+,o+,, .'w.o WHITERIVERJCT.,W, 05001 CANAANNH03741 F.TIRE, VT. 05649 me prize In a wres[nng NO 2 FUEL z KEROSENE 8024W5-3421 003-523-4285 802-439-592] match fought by two sons of ,i i i+,111 i the emperor in 858 A.D. • ' ..... -- ""--- P[R"R'00 "g00/31:'ll 17/00 Pllone444-2742 eail¢olle,t. - ¢lgm •/l l m sA,s ROEBUCK, WlOdsvilte, N+H. i + I I I I liiillP  PIKEStORt, Pike, .H, McLAM's STORE, E, Corinth, Vt. • P • ,..,.,... m FAIRLEEGENERAL, FoirIee, Vt. LLr-ANeK)' ' " = "'u" l THVAmTYSTOt++,mH+'D'LLTO'O"oFd'+"e+Nr"" Main St. Bradford, Vt. GROTto GNERALSTGRE, G'roii V,. Your complete clothing core center SOUTH RYEGME STORE, SomhRyegote, Vt. 802 222 4484 • WESTERN AUTO STORE, Bradford, Vt. i= '+ For pick-up and delivery service MERRILL5' INJRANCE OFFICE. Lisbon, N.H. m