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December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 11 Bad checks lead Lisbon man to jail A series of bad to serve a total of two months and non-payment of in the Grafton County Houseof payments has Correction in N. Haverhill. L man in jail for Last month Tellier was ays. found guilty of writing a series ng suspended sen- of deficient personal checks to earlier bad checks, a host of local businesses, with Karl T. Bruckner or- each check promptly boun- &apos;£ ellier of Lisbon cing, leaving the storeowner For Christmas holding worthless paper. They attempted to collect from Tellier, finally entered their complaints formerly to the Haverhill and Littleton Police Departments for criminal complaints. Tellier went to court, was found guilty by Bruckner, and was told to make payments to the court over a specified time in order to pay back the businesses, plus his court imposed fines. Bruckner also issued a sentence to the House of Correction, which would be suspended while payments were being made. But Tellier failed to make the required payments and Bruckner recalled the suspended sentence that placed Tellier in jail. Largest tree from Vermont MONTGOMERY CENTER, lights on a 63-year-old living VT. -- President and Mrs. Reagan have been invited to this Vermont village to light what is reportedly the nation's largest Christmas tree. Montgomery Center in- nkeeper Edward Frank has invited the Reagans to of- facially light the tree as a symbol of "hope and con- fidence in America's future." Frank vlans to string 1,000 eastern white pine, which stands five feet taller than the 70-foot evergreen adorning New York City's Rockefeller Center. Vermont is supplying the nation's official Christmas tree this year 7 a 50-foot balsam fir -- for the front of the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. The Diamond Center NEW BOY INTERESTING FACT STRAFFORD-- Peter Human beings are the only Richard was born Dec. 11 to animals that can blush. Mark Cynthia and Carlton Phelps at Twain pointed out, we're the the Mary Hitchcock Memorial ,sly animals that need to. Hospital. ,' OXBOW Warm his fed NEWS '+ ........................................... Imlie00. Mvlsw .......................................... ARNOLD 9H. tm .......................................... JM CORLIS3 A lOUIrl i ! Senior of the Week Cheryl Tucker; Junior Var- Jason Ansley is senior of the sity-- Sheri Ilsley, Keith week. He plans to go to college Stockwell, Lomond Richer- after graduation and major in dson, Stephanie Magrath, Computer Science, because he Melony Coulliard, Nicole likes working with computers. Johnson; Junior High-- Geoff Ansley is applying to Wor- Haas, Michael Hammond, This Christmas center Polytechnical Institute Aaron Richards, Steve Patch, when you play Santa in Worcester, Mass• Scott Search, Cynthia Welsh, for the man in yt)ur life, Ansley's favorite field trip Heather Allen, Anna Brock. was the Advanced Biology On Tuesday, Dec. 7, 191, These soft, all leather slippers Trip to Salisbury Beach the fencing team travelled to are a Christmas tradition that will because he liked the ocean, Hanover, N.H., for a formal be appreciated for years to come. beach, and the fact the trip meet against the Dartmouth was for more than one day. He Community Fencing Club. Cherokee  in soft wheat buck $1 a adds that it was an "overall Although Oxbow lost overall, leather, with natural pile lining. good trip." Oxbow fencer Lisa Kulikowski 'v  +uO F,r  Fm" Independent study in placed third and Jason Ansley st00l00* Assembly Language Jason Ansley placed fourth. Oxbow will Programming was Ansley's "Senior of the Week" fence against the Dartmouth favorite class at Oxbow club again on Jan. 1Bat6 p.m. because it relates to his in- not high enough", and "the This will be a home meet open tended college major and he discipline should be stricter." to spectators. In7 m. Mm Strm. , vt T. 49 says, "it was interesting and He also says that many • • useful•" "students think they are here,, ** ************************************** , A Merry Chnstmas Special Ansley's hobbies and ac- (atschool)tobeentertained.   -- t,i,o  • . .. 1 Thru December 24th tivities include: Advanced Leahy says that he likes *   IIl.---,a (_,;--r -x- q Dungeons and Dragons, Star Oxbow's vocational-academic   il  [#J  -+-.... Fleet Battles War Gaming, programs but thinks that it   V ew , .I,T,-£.:I 1 "' ' '+  skiing, fencing, and battles would be better if the higher  J. .,.._.  $Am    - .......... • ’'OZ f'r'r' I. 7. with wooden swords, level students could fit  ILU uA ir'llmll  i rJ .[lr/ .K. I OT0 .rr  Work hard and enjoy (your vocational courses into their . -- --  . * • a • • alfJ.F years at Oxbow) " is Ansley's schedules. Also, Leahy says . /.lJ I I  "' T _el " site that 9rows "" te /'LL '' suggestion to younger that he thinks it would be a * " ....  "' -occaslon With . .. s  students, good idea to make Computer * t.1,,,11 rs as "'OU ado our n In-ZOCK  When asked about other Technology a vocational  I1 |I11 , [ -+ I . I . ,  , . Ia----t. o |-J.'---! ; comments he might have, course. "  . :. Oenuine Oriental peans . ,• oeautl- flt:[!  4 LdUIlb   Ansley replied, "It's a good Overall, Leahy says that he .. li' ........ _ ' . I in st l e " "-- i  school over all, but it needs "really enjoys teaching in a "" - • .. treasured ... age ess Y ...... Ran s • ..: ,, . * O =1 • g ' ' " more computers small school (and),gettmg to . :4MM lllllB[I  • eases in value.., becomes an heirloom• {17 "" Teacher Profile know each student. . I11  \\; 'i" -  "-.. * i[t to pave all vear Iono  Timoth+y Leahy, Oxbow Fencing Team * Incorporating a single /]: .'. . o - o T w . cassette unit and wer "A" • " " " a/it -arts High School business teacher, he Oxbo High School ' p. If  :+:++'lF" _  . ememoer, OFH)/qU Y  sa s t t he likes t " ch Fencin 1 . output slightly higher -r • y ha o tea g Team, .ed. by Coach . than the CA-WlO, the * G00DFELLOWS from- hlgh. school because Nessa Flax, partlclpated lna . CA-100 is a rmarkabl  * ............... (teacners)cantreatthem(the meet at the university ot ,. versatile system that ! "X" 1 19 N , IIIII'1 " 410 4gg • "  ,, lr av. ,n , n students) like adults. Most Vermont (UVM) in . may he operated ofl AC * • weier ' B current car batte W or RqlisttrldJe  t.-{,l), t respond, some don t, but urlington, Vt. on Sunday, . .. , ..... ..... * . , .... ,, sell.contained i)atterles. -. ..................... let'" OJ - J that s how t zs m hfe . Nov. 5, 1982. . /___ - ....... * memoer mcrtcen em a. e ₯  -   Leahy, who is married and Competition was divided . .....  ,- ................ 126 °-,,J(,ol; °.[(.a,  the father of three school-aged into two classifications; ad-  V_maSn  e from o oeautitul tuner necKlaCes./'OO-Ofl genuine / ,.,  , o ., children, says that at Oxbow vanced and intermediate. In *   L. -.- ...... . Oriental peirls at any timel C  )rj4 ,, . " • . there is not enough the advanced category, Lisa . A .,am   .... "-..  ,. - - " " - homework, the standards are Kulikowski tied for second  _1 IJ • I  -'_-'. $. •  -- with a UVM fencer. In the . il  le,l - .  i. • .. iSE FILL OUT "READER SURVEY" ON REVERSE SIDE OF "WORD SEEK" INTERESTING FACT n,tae[nmedHi:rt' :ntegl:ryi  . a V  l .m liadlaiali/lllllllllllllllli" TbeJa at etletime:TuckerUedforfitandGeoff -X- .P_.....zs..mL,..._._ '' :, \\;..  __ _ I hung red lobsters, crabs and Haas tied with a UVM fencer  ,• .,o- €.....%.. ik--;  ,. t __  "',r lffl& "ll'Nll"N'llF" TM • scarlet tangerines over their for second. This is the first  ' ,°,P' €'  /ill_ 21 am ll  1  I- l . I doors at New Year's to in- time the two fencing  i.,,'.,,’..... --  ""  • or amz 1 haveen -I’ mgvmumewMereommpmm "W lltlW I i I 1 I i IN 1 i 1 i ll, _ dicate hopes for long life and g ' at'ons gag•din v he built-ks m lot ’.m#e) +1''/.  mLJW .JI.W.LJ ,,..,  .ml., -nL • happiness, a contest and a return meet is ?, w .o ,,, o. m+ ,,+o,m -X- _   __   a possibility. Oxbow Assistant  '"  "31" IllllllalHIllll[ llam I  Coach Rex Burroughs said, . A--..=.__ /  Mountains -  ,mm  • "First of all, most of the * r._m',lLIlll L/ _ .l [  ...... m , . o v o . o .I LAST WEEK'S WINNER i .... people we fenced with were * lii# li#ik ' ....... }[] .g. ,1 .  L    :,  ?  ,   ? ,i a.. 1  tall, so it gave us experience   A A .... " - II . a b rx  U  1 1) t n , n  a '1 ................ ". fencing with tall people in- .. _i&l iJ • • ....... -- 1[ _ + E H C N I L h M A 0 T E E T N I i CLAREMONT, N.H. 1 -- ,, ++ stead of 'little nippers',"  V l .llli L:+  :,, ,#L 14" fl T T] 1 T M W 'T' J Burroughs also said, "I think  A ............ A EK H F A. I .... * Igg  ..... .• ....  J n   ,. , -r ,  , - +1 ,v ^ r ra tl • , - /' / we nave the potenual to be a . i-mw "qF ;"  . i . u r n  l J.    .L n  a .. v v! • lit .  /: ::ll very good team. Some of our . aJn",.Ps.'   '" .. ] * ' N V 0 I S N E W A M V S R S R G I 1 members just have to learn * ,"..°c-o’.m  .... '/: ,i ? " ,, ea le o! AdWA's e.rtlte in H D A not to choke m tom t]tmn * -a" U I D B E T H D A T S E 0 i ----,,, -- __-.,. ,,till I + pe • . .",.-,’,,m,.  ..... - /:-X- I  V The tencing program at o m4, ,.,'m ,, " s A o  : o   + : K r  c c, bat ca  l . r.,.,,: ,,,,., . , + o t r   u u r+ u t 8 n n r +! . 0--/ 411[ Illl • small group of students   . L E A R N A H L S E S $ E N A O O] ,1 g/ItO eVV • became interested in the sport .0penEvory H H E E E N E I U N E E G R R C - v ,--  I after attending the talent show *.ndau __ __ __ .--__._ __ -X. ' "" - =+ " l agul I I II/ ---- , .... where Fax, her former * * i+c  +      +o +      ,,, ] I Dartmouth fencing Coach * I1,m to 4m A .*. K I O  D t L, ± I A M   t tl   :5 ........ ,  - Dale Rooers and a+h,.. -X- • glU • T 1 > N T L N R L Y E O H Z A O E E E1 W' ii ' [| I Rona. presented a fencing  1 T  I N * A S T  E 0 V N U L N R o T H E = , .v, •t l';, , • 11  J demonstration. Sine•then, the .. ..... "++', +.,.__:-. i • "  number of artlcl' " ' ants m' the  =. --- ---=n =--------=.i ...... 7+ r t K D I H S L h W T H O D E E S LI , .:.+-t' : .... +. p p . 1 III lll 1 1 'll ll lll L U 0 N E Y E L N Z K C Iv1 Z G G I "k Donate it to pour church 1 . Members of the team are: t I=llI • iIlI ' varsity-- Jason Ansle w  H K I N AS I E C E TEN O B - . Y, eers. Kibo Mawnsi, Betion, Nelion Mar I , Or the Cucumber Fund I Joan ne Hardy, Sweet Pea _ 61N. Main Street, Barre • 476-6644 : ra, t:verest, Kangcneniunga, Lnotse, Mo- I  y u PlqglliL • i, G  " "lbrus Shkhara D "" I --o ...... L_ . ,. •  lll/ I asnerorum, c , , yKn, i w buy ;noOl supplieS •     ton, Pushkino, McKinley, Logan, Citlo- • i+ . . I . You can buy a meal = ..t., [ vf[ll-x-. t +_.. rl, Foraker, Queen, Aconcoqua, onete, I _ v ...... k ...... :___ I + +++. + :?++   ;kklllgfi'JL  d.'II__-. , . . .++_. u+o++o , Libertador, Gonzales, Blackburn, Son- - _ . . _ _ IF . YAII I : :7: ; % ;: ...... I . Put tt m the bank i , Steele, University, Bear, Wolsh, Malin- . ............. . ... Whltne Aello Massive I i o ,m +, = ......... .................... +++++ +++++: ......... Y+ ' .... ++, v, .- +.+e=++,+ ,+ ...... I ++++++ ++M+: +'++;++++i+;++++++ ++++ I [ 'w + .... . ..... -+-=+ =. I E  .... +2; ..... :::::!? : :: :; : ......... ,+ +o+,+. __ m ....................... + + . I, .. , . o+ .- +-+ + i -+ o , , w ++ .... -+.+++ + ..... +++.++++:+++: +++ " • ,+1, + .,++ ......... . + + o++++ :++++ + ..+ ,, I +i I ............... +,++++ I i i+ + - ' " ' + + ' + + . : + r:: ++ +++ [ :+:+ ......................... ,., _ +++ , ! ,+T P :z; += : + ,m l_ +++++++++ + Give the Gift of othing for rmms Stote Z,p I . +- +_++o += o .o ,m I + + + • m . .++ I,l < I+ -+ = .... ;'+  k iThe Homer Fltts go, " ..... .... _l +j +  oo.,++, , +++++ IIIiiliIIiiIII L "_[ + I ..... , .... + + + -- +:+ ..... ( ' Weekly prizes of $5.00 awarded to the I I / .mlwr t', lucky wmner each week and a monthly prize I I • of a $50.00 Savings. Bond. , awarded, to a lucky, u  +: Contestant even ff you ddn t wm the weekly prize. | ' pletetheWOR _ 'O lnion PO 1[ S tun _  , OPENg:00to9:00 CLOSED 'ge_ and .me!! it ,t°theJ%P Peiv't! 'by I  SATUPoDAY 9:00-5:00 SUNDAYS : a78, Bramora, v+. ,- -- _ .... n to :" -- a -.. _ I Monday following. PUwlla_lacede I A 911 I1 41,I[all& lMl i  I I i . -- able All zzles receiver P IL -+ * ._.: P__ ..+c,a,.+,,+.aw.  LIIIIUI(ILIll.t i ..,,.,..,. ..v i.loP lnt (O. • mamertmw- ......... ,,,L_ ---- - .....,,+--v .... |  "='- ----'---- /-'-'" '-" is orrect, ma persun wm .e. -- I, h week. [f it c .......... i --High in the cab of It's rewarding ,i B:adg°rdofeenMgh2a:t:n ' Cf/o,-e /,' u ('o" . • " nnmlnced the followl" wee sueks on a lollipop as he  wnt wn wmner will be a ng k in the Journal Opinion  waits for another spin , Do o Barre  mm   Im mmmm mm I II mm lmm mmlm m  llllll  arotmd tows - Years as you add-on pearls to your neck- (loose from 6 beautiful starter necklaces. Add-on genuine T c E HA UG P N December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 11 Bad checks lead Lisbon man to jail A series of bad to serve a total of two months and non-payment of in the Grafton County Houseof payments has Correction in N. Haverhill. L man in jail for Last month Tellier was ays. found guilty of writing a series ng suspended sen- of deficient personal checks to earlier bad checks, a host of local businesses, with Karl T. Bruckner or- each check promptly boun- '£ ellier of Lisbon cing, leaving the storeowner For Christmas holding worthless paper. They attempted to collect from Tellier, finally entered their complaints formerly to the Haverhill and Littleton Police Departments for criminal complaints. Tellier went to court, was found guilty by Bruckner, and was told to make payments to the court over a specified time in order to pay back the businesses, plus his court imposed fines. Bruckner also issued a sentence to the House of Correction, which would be suspended while payments were being made. But Tellier failed to make the required payments and Bruckner recalled the suspended sentence that placed Tellier in jail. Largest tree from Vermont MONTGOMERY CENTER, lights on a 63-year-old living VT. -- President and Mrs. Reagan have been invited to this Vermont village to light what is reportedly the nation's largest Christmas tree. Montgomery Center in- nkeeper Edward Frank has invited the Reagans to of- facially light the tree as a symbol of "hope and con- fidence in America's future." Frank vlans to string 1,000 eastern white pine, which stands five feet taller than the 70-foot evergreen adorning New York City's Rockefeller Center. Vermont is supplying the nation's official Christmas tree this year 7 a 50-foot balsam fir -- for the front of the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. The Diamond Center NEW BOY INTERESTING FACT STRAFFORD-- Peter Human beings are the only Richard was born Dec. 11 to animals that can blush. Mark Cynthia and Carlton Phelps at Twain pointed out, we're the the Mary Hitchcock Memorial ,sly animals that need to. Hospital. ,' OXBOW Warm his fed NEWS '+ ........................................... Imlie00. Mvlsw .......................................... ARNOLD 9H. tm .......................................... JM CORLIS3 A lOUIrl i ! Senior of the Week Cheryl Tucker; Junior Var- Jason Ansley is senior of the sity-- Sheri Ilsley, Keith week. He plans to go to college Stockwell, Lomond Richer- after graduation and major in dson, Stephanie Magrath, Computer Science, because he Melony Coulliard, Nicole likes working with computers. Johnson; Junior High-- Geoff Ansley is applying to Wor- Haas, Michael Hammond, This Christmas center Polytechnical Institute Aaron Richards, Steve Patch, when you play Santa in Worcester, Mass• Scott Search, Cynthia Welsh, for the man in yt)ur life, Ansley's favorite field trip Heather Allen, Anna Brock. was the Advanced Biology On Tuesday, Dec. 7, 191, These soft, all leather slippers Trip to Salisbury Beach the fencing team travelled to are a Christmas tradition that will because he liked the ocean, Hanover, N.H., for a formal be appreciated for years to come. beach, and the fact the trip meet against the Dartmouth was for more than one day. He Community Fencing Club. Cherokee  in soft wheat buck $1 a adds that it was an "overall Although Oxbow lost overall, leather, with natural pile lining. good trip." Oxbow fencer Lisa Kulikowski 'v  +uO F,r  Fm" Independent study in placed third and Jason Ansley st00l00* Assembly Language Jason Ansley placed fourth. Oxbow will Programming was Ansley's "Senior of the Week" fence against the Dartmouth favorite class at Oxbow club again on Jan. 1Bat6 p.m. because it relates to his in- not high enough", and "the This will be a home meet open tended college major and he discipline should be stricter." to spectators. In7 m. Mm Strm. , vt T. 49 says, "it was interesting and He also says that many • • useful•" "students think they are here,, ** ************************************** , A Merry Chnstmas Special Ansley's hobbies and ac- (atschool)tobeentertained.   -- t,i,o  • . .. 1 Thru December 24th tivities include: Advanced Leahy says that he likes *   IIl.---,a (_,;--r -x- q Dungeons and Dragons, Star Oxbow's vocational-academic   il  [#J  -+-.... Fleet Battles War Gaming, programs but thinks that it   V ew , .I,T,-£.:I 1 "' ' '+  skiing, fencing, and battles would be better if the higher  J. .,.._.  $Am    - .......... • ’'OZ f'r'r' I. 7. with wooden swords, level students could fit  ILU uA ir'llmll  i rJ .[lr/ .K. I OT0 .rr  Work hard and enjoy (your vocational courses into their . -- --  . * • a • • alfJ.F years at Oxbow) " is Ansley's schedules. Also, Leahy says . /.lJ I I  "' T _el " site that 9rows "" te /'LL '' suggestion to younger that he thinks it would be a * " ....  "' -occaslon With . .. s  students, good idea to make Computer * t.1,,,11 rs as "'OU ado our n In-ZOCK  When asked about other Technology a vocational  I1 |I11 , [ -+ I . I . ,  , . Ia----t. o |-J.'---! ; comments he might have, course. "  . :. Oenuine Oriental peans . ,• oeautl- flt:[!  4 LdUIlb   Ansley replied, "It's a good Overall, Leahy says that he .. li' ........ _ ' . I in st l e " "-- i  school over all, but it needs "really enjoys teaching in a "" - • .. treasured ... age ess Y ...... Ran s • ..: ,, . * O =1 • g ' ' " more computers small school (and),gettmg to . :4MM lllllB[I  • eases in value.., becomes an heirloom• {17 "" Teacher Profile know each student. . I11  \\; 'i" -  "-.. * i[t to pave all vear Iono  Timoth+y Leahy, Oxbow Fencing Team * Incorporating a single /]: .'. . o - o T w . cassette unit and wer "A" • " " " a/it -arts High School business teacher, he Oxbo High School ' p. If  :+:++'lF" _  . ememoer, OFH)/qU Y  sa s t t he likes t " ch Fencin 1 . output slightly higher -r • y ha o tea g Team, .ed. by Coach . than the CA-WlO, the * G00DFELLOWS from- hlgh. school because Nessa Flax, partlclpated lna . CA-100 is a rmarkabl  * ............... (teacners)cantreatthem(the meet at the university ot ,. versatile system that ! "X" 1 19 N , IIIII'1 " 410 4gg • "  ,, lr av. ,n , n students) like adults. Most Vermont (UVM) in . may he operated ofl AC * • weier ' B current car batte W or RqlisttrldJe  t.-{,l), t respond, some don t, but urlington, Vt. on Sunday, . .. , ..... ..... * . , .... ,, sell.contained i)atterles. -. ..................... let'" OJ - J that s how t zs m hfe . Nov. 5, 1982. . /___ - ....... * memoer mcrtcen em a. e ₯  -   Leahy, who is married and Competition was divided . .....  ,- ................ 126 °-,,J(,ol; °.[(.a,  the father of three school-aged into two classifications; ad-  V_maSn  e from o oeautitul tuner necKlaCes./'OO-Ofl genuine / ,.,  , o ., children, says that at Oxbow vanced and intermediate. In *   L. -.- ...... . Oriental peirls at any timel C  )rj4 ,, . " • . there is not enough the advanced category, Lisa . A .,am   .... "-..  ,. - - " " - homework, the standards are Kulikowski tied for second  _1 IJ • I  -'_-'. $. •  -- with a UVM fencer. In the . il  le,l - .  i. • .. iSE FILL OUT "READER SURVEY" ON REVERSE SIDE OF "WORD SEEK" INTERESTING FACT n,tae[nmedHi:rt' :ntegl:ryi  . a V  l .m liadlaiali/lllllllllllllllli" TbeJa at etletime:TuckerUedforfitandGeoff -X- .P_.....zs..mL,..._._ '' :, \\;..  __ _ I hung red lobsters, crabs and Haas tied with a UVM fencer  ,• .,o- €.....%.. ik--;  ,. t __  "',r lffl& "ll'Nll"N'llF" TM • scarlet tangerines over their for second. This is the first  ' ,°,P' €'  /ill_ 21 am ll  1  I- l . I doors at New Year's to in- time the two fencing  i.,,'.,,’..... --  ""  • or amz 1 haveen -I’ mgvmumewMereommpmm "W lltlW I i I 1 I i IN 1 i 1 i ll, _ dicate hopes for long life and g ' at'ons gag•din v he built-ks m lot ’.m#e) +1''/.  mLJW .JI.W.LJ ,,..,  .ml., -nL • happiness, a contest and a return meet is ?, w .o ,,, o. m+ ,,+o,m -X- _   __   a possibility. Oxbow Assistant  '"  "31" IllllllalHIllll[ llam I  Coach Rex Burroughs said, . A--..=.__ /  Mountains -  ,mm  • "First of all, most of the * r._m',lLIlll L/ _ .l [  ...... m , . o v o . o .I LAST WEEK'S WINNER i .... people we fenced with were * lii# li#ik ' ....... }[] .g. ,1 .  L    :,  ?  ,   ? ,i a.. 1  tall, so it gave us experience   A A .... " - II . a b rx  U  1 1) t n , n  a '1 ................ ". fencing with tall people in- .. _i&l iJ • • ....... -- 1[ _ + E H C N I L h M A 0 T E E T N I i CLAREMONT, N.H. 1 -- ,, ++ stead of 'little nippers',"  V l .llli L:+  :,, ,#L 14" fl T T] 1 T M W 'T' J Burroughs also said, "I think  A ............ A EK H F A. I .... * Igg  ..... .• ....  J n   ,. , -r ,  , - +1 ,v ^ r ra tl • , - /' / we nave the potenual to be a . i-mw "qF ;"  . i . u r n  l J.    .L n  a .. v v! • lit .  /: ::ll very good team. Some of our . aJn",.Ps.'   '" .. ] * ' N V 0 I S N E W A M V S R S R G I 1 members just have to learn * ,"..°c-o’.m  .... '/: ,i ? " ,, ea le o! AdWA's e.rtlte in H D A not to choke m tom t]tmn * -a" U I D B E T H D A T S E 0 i ----,,, -- __-.,. ,,till I + pe • . .",.-,’,,m,.  ..... - /:-X- I  V The tencing program at o m4, ,.,'m ,, " s A o  : o   + : K r  c c, bat ca  l . r.,.,,: ,,,,., . , + o t r   u u r+ u t 8 n n r +! . 0--/ 411[ Illl • small group of students   . L E A R N A H L S E S $ E N A O O] ,1 g/ItO eVV • became interested in the sport .0penEvory H H E E E N E I U N E E G R R C - v ,--  I after attending the talent show *.ndau __ __ __ .--__._ __ -X. ' "" - =+ " l agul I I II/ ---- , .... where F ax, her former * * i+c  +      +o +      ,,, ] I Dartmouth fencing Coach * I1,m to 4m A .*. K I O  D t L, ± I A M   t tl   :5 ........ ,  - Dale Rooers and a+h,.. -X- • glU • T 1 > N T L N R L Y E O H Z A O E E E1 W' ii ' [| I Rona. presented a fencing  1 T  I N * A S T  E 0 V N U L N R o T H E = , .v, •t l';, , • 11  J demonstration. Sine•then, the .. ..... 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