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• \ P*«e 8 Sec. 1 — The Tribunc-PrcM. GouVcrncur. NY January 19, 1972 c SPORTS Little Cats hope to end losing streak Wildcats edge Raiders; face rough road ahead By M LAIDLAW - • The Gouverneur Wildcats got • back into full stride last Tuesday evening, ending a two game 1 losing streak* and defeating arch rival Massena, 70-64. Both t squads came out with a tough man-to-man defense with the Wildcats putting slight pressure on the Red Raiders in the back- court. Massena switched to a 3-2 defense that kept the Wildcat shooting to the outsuje. It looked «as though, it migh\ be another cold spell for the 'CajA as they wece unable to hit from the field, a similar occurance that hap- pened against Malone. It would prove to be an interesting evening with the fnatclwip of 6'4\ centers Randy Burnham of \Massena and Gouverneur's Bob Siver. Siver never natty got a chance to prove himself as he had collected three personal fouls at 3:29 of the first quarter. Bur- nham took advantage of Siver's foul trouble to pilver the Wildcat defense and lead the Haiders to an 18-14 first quarter lead. The Wildcats outecored their opponents in the second quarter 20-15 to take a slim 34-33 halftime >ad to Jhejocker room. Bill Cook, replacing Siver^played a fine defensive garner grabbing rebound after rebound* and blocking many Raider shots. Even though the 'Cats played a respectable offensive quarter, they committed numerous and foolish fouls that resulted in the Raiders drawing within one at the half. John Lallier had collected four fouls at 1:26 of the second .Quarter* to put a damper on his effectiveness for the rest of itfte evcnu^ The third quarter was a wild and woolly one indeed in which MO technical fouls were called. It also saw a slip on the part of the officials. Steve Hall connected from the -field and proceeded to take the -bail out from the end line. Would you believe he suc- ceeded before -Coach Charlie Boots ignited from the ben£h to bring the miscue to the attention of the officials. There was also a keen test of two quarterbacks in the second half — Massena's Jim Callahan and the Wildcats Mark Leonard. Leonard poured in 14 of his 18 points in the second half to' enable the 'Cats to narrowly defeat the Red Raiders. In the fourth Quarter, the Wildcats again became erratic, com- mitting ofteivcostly mistakes and leaving the Raiders open under the boards. Bob Siver fouled out at 3:19 and Massena s big man, Burnham, left the scene at 2:52, but not before he had connected for 16 points. The Wildcats left much to be desired on the defensive boards. The Raiders had as many as four tries sometimes to score compared to only one for the 'Cats, which could have proved costly to the Wildcats. If the ^Cats hope to keep on winning they will have to toughen on the defensive boards and get the rebounding of- fensivery to rack up the points. Leading the Wildcat offense were Mark Leonard tl8), Greg Langevin (16), Barry Wells (16), and John Lallier (11). The Raiders' co-captain, Jim Callahan, led his team in scoring -with 18 points followed by Randy Burnham with 16 Last night the Wildcats were to face the always tough Canton Golden Bears. The Bears bring in a 5-1 record and an offense that averages 69 points per outing They are ranked fourth in the league in defense allowing their opponents only 57 points. The Wildcats will take to the road Friday, Jan. 21. UJ face the Salmon River Shamrocks in . another tough match. The Shamrocks posse*^ the league's leading scorer, Mike Sears which will be a test for the Wildcat defense to curtail. BEHIND THE SCENES: The Wildcats are ranked second in the League offensively, averaging 78. ooints per game. The Wildcat defense has more to be desired as they are allowing opponents an average of 72 points, fwe^tft^i in the League. Leading scorers on the Wildcats are Bob Siver (84-14-* av.), Barry Wells (84-14 «v.), John Lallier (81-13.5 av), Mark Leonard (81-13.5 av.) and Greg Langevin (.80-13.3 av.). They are ranked 10, 11, 14, 15 and 17 in the League scoring. The top 10 3cor«are: Mike Sears (Salmon River), Haa^Garvey (OFA), Tony LaFountain (Saranac • Lake)_, MlfceJBfiette (Potsdam), Mike Calnon (Chateaugay), Kelly Dempsey (St. Lawrence Central), Brian Connors (Salmon River), Ray Martin (Tupper Lake), Ed Yanchitii (Canton, and Bob Siver (Gouverneur. Oouvernenr M. Leonard .. iFO FT G. Langevin _„ 6 B. W»Us 8 J. LaMJer 4 B, Siver 1 S. HaU 1 aOook 0 Totals .. 29 FO 7 7 4 1 3 2 1 J. Caltahan .. R. Burnham — D. Glaud T. Besio ft. Currier R. Besio -_ J. Bradley 0*1 8-5 2-2 1-2 2-6 12-22 FT +5 2-7 1-3 6-9 1-2 0-2 0-0 TO 18 16 16 11 By M LAIDLAW • fhe littlt Wildcats losfHffirif fourth game and third in a row to the significantly taller Massena Red Raiders last evening,'58-42. The Wildcats w?nt into effective Dress the first Quarter that created confusion for the Raiders. Gouverneur missed many shots and easy op- portunities to score. After an 8-all first quarter, the Massena Red Raiders pulled ahead in the second quarter on: some line drives through the key by Doug Wood. Massena scored 18 points in the second quarter compared to only 7 for the 'Cats. After trailing 26-15 at the half, the Wildcats came on strong in the \third quarter t> outscore their opponents, 17-13. Massena fell apart when Gouverneur utilized .lead to\ 39-32. Even though- sometimes double teamed, Mark Desnoyers poured in 1! points in the^second half. Charlie Graves, playing his best game so far this season, aided the cause with 7 points in the last half. Pete Reilly, recovering from the flu, was held to a low 3 points as he just couldn't hit on numerous chances. The fourth quarter was dominated by the Raiders. They were relfeved when Gouver- neur's big man, Reilly, fouled out at 3:14 and from then on the TRaiaers were no longer pressed as they won comfortably, 58-42. Leading scorers for Massena were Garris Bogosian (16) Doug Wood (15) and Mike Ashley (11). For the Wildcats, Mark Tuesday Desnoyers was high man with 13 points followed by Charlie an Graves and Dave Malofwith 9 each. Last night the 'Cats were to take on the Canton Golden Bears on the ^ 'Cats homecourt. GQUXficneur travels to Salmon River to face the Shamrocks Friday, Jan. 21. The little Wildcats are-currently 2-4 on* the season. Ski races ^ - planned at ^Juniper HUls JUniper Hills ski area has scheduled an Afternoon of festivities .to celebrate Gouverneur's First Annual Winter Carnival. Shi races will begin at Juniper Hills Saturday, Feb. 5 at 1 p.m. Included in the competitions will • be two slalom races, an obstacle race for children, tube races, and other events Spectators will be entertained by a demonstration by ski in- structors arfd ski bob rental. GHS Matmen lead league By Mike Hudson ' league duel match. .The Wild- The Gouverneur Wildcat Var- CSLX ^ w ? T e victorious, 39 to 24 sity Wrestling Team still Leads * Gouverneur posted 7 wins: the Northern Laaguc wihi six 5 P ins ' x decision, and 1 default.' wins and no losses after defeat- Martin Stone at 100, Jay JKlink 4ng Malone on Jan. 12, at Ma- at 107. Dale Benware at 197, lone. The score of the match * Scott Hudson at 169, and Paul was 55 to 6. . < Shippee at 179 were the Gou- Secjnd in the league are Can- venwur pinners. Indian River ton\aad Potsdam who are t>?d had 5 wins: 2 P in s and 3 deci ' with^JSvins and 1 loss each. sions Scott 91ate at 14 ° and These two teams will meet on -Stan Slate at 147 were I.R.'s Wednesday, Jan. 19. Gouver- \ 4 \™ neur defeated both of Jh*se squads. Ogdensburg and Ma»- sena follow in third place. pmners. The next two matches are on Wednesday, Jan. ,19 against Norwood-Norfolk and pn Fri- In the Malone match Gouver- dav - JM- 21 against OFA Both ru?ur produced eleven wins and matches are at home with the At 5 p.m. after the races a /one loss. Steve Hartle at 114. JV - ma - tch s ^rting at 6 30 p.m JAYVEE j Mi—rm G. Bogosian _ D. Wood M. Ashley N. Lannii M. Bradley .. , D. Hulse J. Foy .. Totals • Gouverneor M. Desnoyers C Graves .:_ D. MaJoy B. Papineau _ P. Reiily D. Empie T. Gauxnes „ ** Totals BOX FO - 5 - 5 .-5 - 2 . 2 1 - O 20 ? . >3 - 4 . 2 - 1 . 0 . 0 lfi Score By Quartet*: Gouverneur _ 1 g . 8 FT ft 1 5-6 1-3 2-5 2-4 1-2 1-2 «x 4b 1A>3O -FT 1-5 ,3-4 -1-4 - 0-1 ^ 1-3 . 2-3 . 2-4 / 10-24 t $ 26 39 *w **? 15 32 16 15 11 6 6 3 1 «L Kg vJO TP 13 9 9 t 4 /Z ' 2 42 1«p 4 *y* 42 p SDaghetti suDDer is planned in the lodge, for which.tickets will &e -sold. \The timing for this afternoon of skiing is fantastic,\.says Mrs. Ellen Tietjen, Gouverneur's Recreation Supervisor. \We hope to get everyone fired up to ski the night before at our Ski Lecture in . St. James School^gyinnasiurn at 7 p.m. Feb. 4 \ % Saturday ski enthusiasts can h Wilbur Felix at 121, Randy Evans at 134. Ron Sherman at 147, anji Bob Byms at 157 were the Gouverneur pinners. Decisions were posted by L*e Jones at 100, George Sen-ice at 107, Paul Minckler at 128, and Nate Shippee at 179. Tom Gates at 169 and Brian Sharpe at HAVT received forfeits from the Huskies. - - Tim Gates of Gouverneur losf\ try outTtoe technique demon- to MalohVT&bin St. Denis in 'i period. \ Bankers edge Carbone's; i Rural League tightens 70 TP 18 9 8 7 4 2 Totals 25 By Quarter*: 1 Gouverneur 14 Massena 18 14-28 64 s I 34 50 33 44 4 70 64 NORTHERN' LEAGUE STANDINGS 1-1. 2. 3. 4 5. 6. 7. a 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. OFA j._i 6 — 0 Canton 5 — 1 Madrid-Waddington 5 — 1 Gouverneur 4 — 2 Salmon River —, 4 — 2 Tupper Lake 4 — 2 Massena 3 — 2 Holy Family 3 — 2 Chateaugay JL 2 — 4 St. Laurence Cen. _ 2 — 4 Malone 1 — 5 Norwood-Norfolk —1 — 5 Saranac Lake 1—5 Potidam 0 — 5 By M. LAIDLAW . It definitely had to be the best basketball game played so far in the Rural League as First National put on a strong second half to narrowly defeat Car- bone's, 4744. Carbone's took a quick 13-7 first quarter lead with Gerald Soulia, playing one of his better games of the year, soaring 6 points in the quarter. The second quarter was dominated by First National's John Mossing. Mossing, returning after a two week absence, netted 12 of his 19 points for the evening to close Carbone's lead at halftime, 26-23. The second half saw the Bankers outscope Carbone's, 24- 18. It wasn't until 4:17 of the third for the Furniture Barn and Ernie McEathron played one of his better games, scoring 8 points and holding his own on reboun- ding. On Wednesday, Jan. 26, Meadow's willface G. W. White's in what should be the best game so far. Meadow's is averaging 46 points and allowing only 39 points, while White's have the best pffense averaging 60 and giving up 47 points. Both teams like to use the fast break whenever possible. It will be a test to see who can score the most — John Tehonica or Terry Marcellus, ranked ohertwo in scoring. There will also be a clash between two big men oa quarter that First National\ rebounding — White's Bill IN THE SERVICE Conrad Kelix. Jr., son of Mr k and Mrs Conrad Felix. Sr.. Rich- ville. successfully passed the United States Air Force Bi-Pass Specialist Examination at Lacklin Air Force Base. Texas. Bi-Pass Specialist Examina- tions are vocational achievement tests administered by the Air Force to evaluate a recruits preparation in over twenty-five fields Mr Felix s \\previous -training in carpentry enabled him to enter an advanced car- pentry course waiving at- tendance at the Air Force Tech School - . TV 1971 graduate of Gouverneur Central School. Mr Felix com- pleted two years of carpentry at Southwest Tech where he was repeatedly among the \Top Achievers ' which is composed nf Uncipn?^ in rfof fnp ffi pgr Cent of their class QIVC- • to the march of Dimes overtook *Carbone's, 30-29. The Bankers switched from a 2-1-2 to a 2-3 defense that held off the outside shooting of Bob Donnelly and Soulia. At the close of the third quarter, 35-all, it was anyone's guess as to who would post a victory. The Bankers displayed a stingy defense and held off a Maynard Mitchell \scoring effort to post their third win, 4744. It was interesting to watch the tp of First National's Dick /own and Carbone's Mike ^Putman. Both were ranked third and fourth in scoring and big men on the boards. Brown proved to be the better of the two that evening as he dumped in 12 points, while Putman was held to a low 2 points. Leading the Bankers attack were Mossing and Brown with 19 and 12 points, respectively. Bob Donnelly was high for Carbone's with 14 points. In the opening game, Kinney's, after leading 28-21 at the half, fell to a 39 point outburst by G. W. \White's to lose their third game, 6048 White's, using a man-to-man defense, put the pressure-^ Xinney's in the first quarter, which proved to be costly as they committed numerous fouls. Marty Hassett was superb from the foul line as he converted 5 of 6 free throws. Trailing\ 11-10 at the close of the first quarter, Dave Nelson brought Kinneys back into the game netting 6 points and helping them take a 28-21 half- time lead The third quarter was all G W. :White\s They poured m 21 points compared ;o a iow 8 for Kinney\s. John Nmdl's outside s!*>oting and the 3-2 4efer*se proved ic be too much for Jdnney s NindC scored 10 of his :3 points and BilJ Grover was hauling in the rebound* It 1:00k Kmney 5 over four minutes to find the hoop and before they u. White's ^ad tied the g a: 4 14 White g pulled ahead in the fourth quarter to -outdistance K.r.uey's. 60-48 y tried vtinjy. but )uit didn't'have the rebcJundsng. of- fer^ively. to wir. this ooe A i &c the acene. Roc kd a'J scxers wntfc 1* fSwed by Terry Mar- 1€ snd John Nwdl ' 13 rUsset: ;3 and Dtve 11 aided Ae fdnr>e>- »\i bad nc problem 2 d the Fjrutsre 3*rr- p z jr. f*rst quarter err:*;:* iz a \^ rf £ PSLTU He ^aj bv brother f- E Grover and Meadow's Gale Ferguson. White's could gain a tie for first place if they win. It should be a dandy! The top ten scorers are: John Tehonica (99), Terry Marcellus (75), Dick Brown (56), Marty Hassett (42), Mike Putman (40), John Nindl (38), Pete Stickles (38), John Mossing (37), Bill Tehonica (37), and Don Thomp- son (36). BUBAL LEAGUE BOX SCORES O. W. White's FO FT R. White 6 T. Marcellus . 8 J. Nindl 5 D. *Hiomp*on _ 4 B. Mashaw - 1 JL Zeller 0 E. Easton „ 0 R. LaRock 0 B. Grwer 0 <M 0-0 1-1 1-2 O-2 0-0 0-0 Totals 24 JUaney Drnfi FO M. Hasten - 3 D. Nelson 6 J. Burge» 3- S. Hayden 2 T. Bradley 2 J. Henry 1 T. Riordan 0 J. June __- 0 Totals ..... 17 Score By Quarters: 1 Whites ^_. 11 Kinney Drugs . 10 FG 14 11 4 4 3 2 12-20 FT 7-10 0-0 > 3-4 3-8 <K1 0-1 1-3 0-0 TP 19 16 13 8 . 3 1 0 0 0 60 TP 13 12 - & 7 4 2 1 0 14-27 48 t 21 28 S 42 36 / J. Tehoruca _. 'B. Tehonica „ G. Ferg-u*on . T. LaMsr ?• C W. Watson ^. I Tcu-s ._•-„. 39 JFor&iture Bmrm FG F. S-rrjTK>ris .. 6 E. McEaLiror 4 H V.au 2 E Hardy .... 2 J. Gooda> _.. 1 FT 2-2 D T Store By Jones 1 O 16 0-2 FT 1-2 -(Ki 1-1 OO 1-1 C-l 4 60 48 TP 30 24 9 8 6 -5 2 84 TP 13 .8 5 4 3 2 O 3-6 35 1 22 2 I 41 62 1\ 28 4 84 35 FG 1FT TP FG 3-3 2-2 1-2 M: ?c~J G .. _ 3 3 5-3 K w 4 TP 14 £ strated by Snow Ridge professionals on the indoor ski slope at Friday's \lecture.\ she added. » a close mat^h at ,Oenis scored a*«pin at l'40 lbs. St. in the third Clifton Fine Gouverneur's J.V. Wrestling team produced two squads on Wednesday. The Second string journeyed to Malone for the league match and they defeated the little Huskies, 42 to 12. - The Little Cats had 8 wins: 3 pins, 2 decisions, and 3 for- Wrestling at Star Lake Jan, 14 gave Clifton-Fine a win with- 45 over Brushton-Moira's 14. First weight-class. 98 Danny feits The Gouverneur pinners Vtoodward won by decision. 107 were Mike B £ .„„ Don PomerviHe with a tie, 112 Geor2e K .. \ 4 J and ip ff RonR«idwithapin,119PatCrar> WetL^at Ifiq forfeit, 145 Tom Rice wow with _, v - v°tn oy pins, a pin, 165 Rod Boula lost by de- . ^ exhibition matches were cision, 167 Tim Jones won by a' ** s ° h ^ d Pouverneur UTesUers pin, 177 Geo. MacAleese won by ^ aIe ^ ne sha at 121 and Mike a pin. Hea> 7 weight Jerry Leary Hudson at 157 were the win- lost by forfeit. ' ners by pins. -• . Girl's basetball at Clifton- The first strm g Jv - s trav- Fine Jan. 15 with Saranac op- eleti t0 In dian River for a non- posing left CF undefeated with33 to Saranac 30. Scoring for CF was Rogene Henju-9, Becky Ripley-4, Terry Koster - 5, Lynne Grammo - 5, Kathy Reil-4 and Jean Pomer- ^ville-6. Jan, 21 at 12 noon at Star Lake the undefeated Salmon girls have a battle of the baskets with un- defeated CF girls. Clifton-Fine Indians were on the road to Brushton-Moira Jan. 14 and racked up 65 to BM 57. Scoring for the Indians was Tom Wendt-9 f Tom Murphy-8,- • Lynn Hanley-7, P*aul Hanley-18, Bob LaTray-8, Chuck Bomyea -2, and 13 for Tim Hanley who recently was moved from JV to Varsity. CF was at-home Tuesday Jan. . 18 with Harrisville opposing. Edwards travels to Star Lake Friday Jan. 21. Summary of the Malone var- sity game is as 'follows: 100 — Lee Jones (G> won by decision &-0 over TeiTy Paige. *' .. 107 — George Serviss (G) won by decision (H> over Jay Cromfr. 114 - Steve Hartle iG> won by pin in 1:02 over Calvin Per- ~ * rin. . • w 121 — Wilbur Felix \G) won by Pin in 5:20o.vcr Dennis Guerin. . . ^ 128 — Paul Minckler (G) won by decision .13-6 over Mike Tavernia. 134 ~a-jiand> Evans (G> won by pin m 108 «»ver Steve * 'Smith. .... .. 140 — Tim G;»ti>«! (G) 'lost by ', pin in 301 to Robin St. Dennis -147 - Ron Sherman (G) won . by pin jn 1:56 over Tim % . White. . • 137 — Robert Byrns (G) won by pin in 3.01 over Tom Russell. 169 — Tom Gatt's (G) won by forfeit. 17i) — Nate Ship]>ee (Gi -won by decision 15-0 over Dave Marlowe. HWT Brian Shaipe (G* won - Jby forfeit. Rescu^ Squad reports on year's activities The Gouverneur' Rescue Squad had one of its busiest years of its six years service to the community. In 1971 the squad answered 584 calls which broken into cat- egories are as follows: Gouver- neur, 377: Fowler. 87; DeKalb, 49; Flossie, 47. Macomb, 16; Hermon, 9; Hammond, 1; Ed- wards.ll. and Russell, 1. • One hundred for;y-four trans- fers for the yqpr included ones as far away as Albany and Buf- falo. A large number of these ''were to Watertown and Syra- St. James downs Holy Family 67-37 St. dames Parochial School downed previously undefeated Holy Family of Watertown 67-37 in Jefferson County Parochial League action Monday night at the St. James gym in Gouver- neur. . Holy Family, usmg a full court press, caused many St. James turnovers early in the game and use4 them to build a lead of 10-8 at the end of the first quarter. • Holy Family continued to use the press during the second period quite successfully, and as the half ended they led 26-24. St. James came back in the third period scoring 6 points within the first few seconds to take the lead. They finally broke Holy Family's press, and led by the scoring'of Matt Barr and Phil Sprague led at the end of the third period 4S-31. , St. James continued to roll during the fourth period as St. James coach, Jim Rovelli, began to substitute freely. When the final buzzer rang St. James was victorious 67-37. Matt Ban* led all scorers with 27 points. Phil Sprague and Joe. Reilly were right behind for St. James with 12 and 11 points, respectively. Russ Hovey led Holy Family scorers with 18 points. St. James will play Sacred Seaman. • Dave Heart of Watertown Sunday evening, Jan. 24, at Watertown.\\ cuse-. Car and motorcycle acci- dents totalled 67 and there were six snowmobile accident*: TTie squad, went on 21 calls where for various reasons no actioa was taken. There were approxi- mately 16 calls to the mines, mills and factories in the area. The squad consists of 38 members who donated 8,760 -hours of their time per year to insure the residents of this community a 24 - h o u r ambu- lance service. It serves one of the largest areas in New York State and is a volunteer organ- ization. . * Members take standard and advanced first aid courses* and most have completed a night school course given at Canton or Watertown to become certi- fied by the Slate as MEDICAL EMERGENCY TECHNICIANS. In the past year two more stalls were added to the garage. The parking lot was filled and graded and some remodeling on the rest of the building w a-s done ^ ^ The roll of members as of now is as follows Leo Knight. Rod Benware, Bill Bowman. Kermit Farr, Er- nest Patton, Roger Rice, Walter Hill, Brent Sm:th, Alton Gib- son, Roy Harrington. .Henry Stone Russe'l Sibley,_Mike Pat- tor.. James Streefer. Robert Bishop. Virgil In the Jan. 12 Jayvee match with MaJgpe the summa/yla as follows: 4 100 — Tom Hitchcock (G) w<*i by forfeit. . 107 — E. Briggi (G) won by decision >0 over Ed Schwencke. - . * 114 — Doug Garner (G) won by forfeit. 121 — Vernon ShampAne (G) lost by pin in 3:48 to Bruce Johnson. 128 - Don Jenkins KG) lost by v pin in 3:09 to-Steve Bald- win. ~ 134 Mikkel Hansen (GJ. won by decision 6-^ over Hal ,Hoye. % Ik) - Miki' Boprey (G) won by pin in 54 seconds over • Tort Taylor. 147 George Ken* (G) won by . pin in 1:58 over Brian \ Fleury. . 137 Jetf Vv>'bsior (G)«won. by pin in 1:16 over-Walter Johnson. 16i» forfeit \_ \7\) - John O'Hcarn (G) won by forfeit. #' IIWT forfeit. . : • In exhibition m.itcho bah* Donesha (G» 121 won by pin in 3:49 over Keith Bradon and Mike Hudson (G) 153 won by pin in 5:^ over Earl Wheeler. , Indian River Central School WTestlers were defeated by Gouverneur Junior Varsity with GHS scoring 39 to IRCS Jay- vees 24. The summary is as fol- lows 100 -- Martin Stone PG) won K by pin over Mike Cpoburn. 107 — Jay Klink (G) won by pin over Al VanTasseil. 114 — Joe Bosau [G\ won % . default over Ed Coco. -121 — Ron Slate (G) lost by decision 6-7 lo Fjjyr Bridge. 128 — $fcddon Maine (G) won by decision over Steve Ceshwood . 134 _ Brennan Shampine (G) lost by decision to John St. Croix 140 - Cal Bishop (G) .. pin to Scott Slate 147 - Fred Nichol <G) lost by pin to Stan Slate. 157 ^ Dale Benware (G> won by pin over Pete Curtis. 169 - Scott Hudson (G) won by pin over Bob West.\ 179 — Paul Shipper (G) won by pin over Jerry Hudson. HWT — Bruce Mclntyre (G) ,. lost by decision 7-8 to Rich- . ard VanOrnum. urin 01. relt by Roberts, Richard Cook. Gordon White, Ceylon Johnson, Rich- ard Shippee, Edward Reed Sr., Douglas O'Brian. Harold De- nesha, Jr., Glen Goodale, Gary Scott, bavid Johnson, Howard Haskins, Tim Stowell, James Clark, John Stone. James Sprague, Wayne Hitchman. Robert Norton, Otis Woods, Jr., Rick Kio. David Ellison and 'Pete Stickles. Also serving an? two honor- ary members. Elmer Denesha and Gordon Sayerson. Anyone wishing to tour the building may do so any night after 6 p.m., or air day Sunday. Motorists who become stalled in a snowstorm and decide to keep their motors running should remember that drowsiness or heiHache may warn of carbon monoxide poisoning, the State Department of Transportation points out 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-9 2 23 26 8 35 35 J. Phippins .. 3 M. Putman _. 1 CM. Geer 1 C Sorrel] 1 J. Clancy „__ 1 Totals .- 16 Score By Quarters: 1 1st. National _. 7 Carbone's 13 1. 2. 3. 4- 5. 6. • * SCHEDULE >\o Gtnn Week Of JfcA. 17 /AN. t% Wed 7 00 p.rf. — FuTT..t--re Bam vs Fir?t Natjor^L 8 X p.rTL — JCnney T>r*g% vs Carboae$ 9:00 p.zr. — G W BUBAL STANDINGS Record Mea5ou\s l.r. 4—0 G W White's 4—1 First National 3 — 1 KiTS*ey Drjgs 1 — 3 Carbon* s 1—3 Bam G —4 CHfVRON 6ASOUNI COUNT ON US ALL YOUR 4UT0 SERVICE - # WKTERIZINC • 24-HOJ8' T0WII»6 • TUNE DfS ' ~~ • NY STATE REPAIRS OIL CHUKi .WEBSTER'S TEXACO SERVICE . 263 W«- MU.f Strait H Y 2J7-OUO IN SALE U)E£ K 14-22 N » w 20% OFF HART SKIS LANGE BOOTS - HUMANIC EOOTS SKI PAMTS . V ALL SKI JACKETS . - ANO OUTERWEAR JACKETS SNOWMOftlLE SUfTS SWEATERS \ WRIGHT S MAIN I >ARK ST. GOUVEftNEUR

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