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Lowville leader and Lyons-Leyden ledger. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1953-19??, January 13, 1954, Image 9

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1 *•*. ** Top Colleges to Clash In 4-Event Ski Meet at Ridge • - 7 * A field of more than 60 college and ski club racers and jumpers aie expected to enter the two-day, iOur-event meet to be held at Snow Ridge, Turin, Saturday and Sunday, Jan 16 and 17 Cornell wall play host at the intercollegiate invitational meet on Saturday with cross-country and jumping slated to start at 10 am Ski teams from St Law- lence university, RPI, Army, Mil, Princeton and Syracuse will take part m the first four- ivent meet to be held on the Snow Ridge slopes The new 30 meter jump at Snow Ridge will see its first competition this weekend The cross-country course, consid- ered one of the best in the north country, has the approval of FIS ior sanctioned meets On Sunday the Onondaga Ski Club, of Syracuse will sponsor the Alpine events, downhill and sla- lom, with all the leading colleges and ski clubs in upstate New York expected to enter contestants The slalom races will be held on the north slope at Snow Ridge, con- sidered the best in northern New York for the event The downhill races will be run on the Cruik- shank, a trail recognized by the XT S E S A for Class C racing The collegiate meet, on Satur- day, will use the two open events on Sunday to complete their four- event meet. Scores of the ski teams compiled on Saturday wilL be added to their results of the downhill and slalom on Sunday to find the winner of the meet Chairman of the Invitational on Sunday is Ben Bucko, former in- ter-collegiate jumper, now a Syra- cuse attorney Secretary of the meet is Jane Nevins, former mem- ber of the Syracuse University Ski team Lewis Co. Pays on THE NEW POMAGALSKI XJCFT at Snow Ridge is under operation now taking skiers at the popular Turin ski center to the top of No. 1 slope. The lift, shown above under construction, was imported from France. Skiers jest on a disk at the end of a long bar which hangs from the cable. The erection oC the lift was done by a Syraouse| engineer with local worianansWp and labor. Photos through the cour- tesy »of the Boonville Herald. j Animals in 1953 Bounties paid on wild animals —wolves, foxes and bobcats—dur- ing 1953 m Lewis county totaled $1,700, according to a report re- leased today by the Lewis county treasurer's office. Seven wolves were brought in for $25 bounties, making a total of $175 paid out in this category Bounties of $10 were collected on ten bobcats for a total of $100 Foxes, which bring $3 bounties, were listed as 475, for a total of $1,425 The past year marked the first time bounties have been paid for foxes by the county. Bounties on wolves and bobcats have been paid for a number of years, how- ever. The treasurer's office also re- ported a brisk 'business in fox bounties since the first of the year. Lowville Beats e u In Close Game Lowville academy stayed one basket ahead of West Carthage High school m the fourth quarter of their game here Jan 8 to win, 43-41 Lowville led most of the way—25 to 14 at the half—but the West Carthage team tied the score in the third and fought gamely m the fourth The West Carthage junior var- sity won from the local junior varsity club, 36-25 Lowville Gowing, f 17 Virkler, f 0 Brown, f 2 Meda, f , _ 0 Marshall, c 1 F Parker, c 12 B Parker, g Q Donahoe, g . , . 6 Lormore, g 0 Easton, g .. 5 Lynch, g , , 0 43 West Carthage Smith „„ 4 M!N'hois :.__ 0 Guyette 2 Fahsel . , 5 Faunce 13 Hutt Jl 13 Mmr , 4 McDonald 4 41 FRIDAY NITE'S k TELEVISION FIGHT SANDY SADDLER t{W 129.L 1! .KO'S.»0» BILL B*05SI0 (W 40.L I3.KO-S I4» JAN. 15,'54 FEATHERWEIGHTS Wrestlers Off To Massena for Match Coach Jack Brennen's matmen will pack their parkas, hitch up the dog sled and head for Mas- sena Saturday night for a match with, the groaners from the frozen north'. THAT RED HOT Copenhagen team racked up 125 points over Chaumont Monday night, the sec- ond tune they ve scored above the century mark One fellow played only 13 minutes and accounted for 53 points We re beginning to sus- pect that Coach Byrnes has a magnet inside the balL BIG DOINGS AT Snow Ridge this weekend with two days of events with some of the top col- leges in the east participating. Going to put the new SO meter jump to usej too, so if you like to watch the best sport there is, get out there Saturday and Sun- day. THE SKI SCHOOL for school kids went over -with a bang with about 19 sigmng up the first week They ski under the tutorledge of Skimeister Franz Fdsigan on Wednesday nights Boonville's class skis on Friday nights NOW THERE'S A FINE- oppor- tunity to ski, \if you can't seem- to get away during the days. The number five and six slopes are well lighted on Wednesday, Fri- day and Saturay until about 9:30, or probably later if there's a Crowd. WE'D LIKE A NAME for this column, if any of you sports fans can take your feet off the hot stoves long enough WE'D ALSO LIKE a high school boy to cover sports for us if he has a knack of writing and the time to do a job on it. Clayton Continues Rally With Win Over Beaver Falls In Border Loop The Clayton hoopsters turned m a 67 to 57 win over the Beaver Falls quintet last week to keep its record intact m the. Border Basketball league The top place club has won nine league tri- umphs Copenhagen, occupying second place with ten wins and a defeat, turned in two wins last week, setting back Black River, 68 to 48, and Alexandria Bay, 69 to 53 The third place Gouverneur team didn't take part in a circuit contest, postponing its game with Alexandria Bay Chaumont came through with two wins, topping Evans Mills, 68 to 52, and Cape Vincent, 60 to 58 The Harnsville tossers took an 82 to 67 win from heresa in which Paul CiDriscoll of the losers tossed in 34 points. Theresa also lost-a thrilling 73 to 72 decision to Evans Mills with Jack Schellj of the losers getting 30 points. The Beaver Falls combination won from its neighboring rival, Har- risville, 54 to 52 m one of the best games on the week's program Ten games are slated on this week's bill with the action get- ting under way this evening at Copenhagen and Clayton. The Chaumont team will play at Copenhagen and Clayton will entertain Theresa The lone game on Tuesday evening will have Harnsville at Chaumont, while on Thursday night a single game, Theresa at Beaver Falls is slated. ( There will be three games on Wednesday night—Beaver Falls at Gouverneur and Alexandria Bay at Cape Vincent—and ithree on Saturday night—Black River at Evans Mills, Oape Vincent at Harrisville and Clayton at Alexan, dna Bay.

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