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fAtTCTET-COUVn VEWfi-TTMES, MOHETTEAD CITY AND BEAUFORT, ff. C.
-Beaufort UndaEed, Wins Seventh Tilt from Oriental Tuesday
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point m.tch Tuesday night at Oriental when they toppled Oriental
from the undefeated ranks, eking out a 28 27 win..
,.,,,1 Oriental was the best team the Green and White has met this
oiyear and the local hoopsters were girding themselvei this week for a
cu more rugged one against Camp Lejeune high Tuesday night at Camp
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gainst Orient:!. Alton Willis made , each N Rusaeu
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point for Beaufort. The first
Quarter ended in a tie, only tour
t)1fgrt was leading by two points,
fjlfi ll at the half, and were feeling
.j afe yiify a six-point lead rt the
l'ij;nd of the third quarter.
Oriental snapped back though in
the lourth quarter, closed up the
gap and would have won the ball
.'''feame 27-26 if Willis's shot had not
'"Whipped through the hoop.
-Jfk Jimmy Piner was high scorer for
Beaufort. With five long shots he
tallied up 10 points. A. C. Blank
enship and Alton Willis each made
7 points, and Charles Stuart 4.
In the starting lineup were
Piner, Stuart, Blankenship, Willis,
end Howard Fodric. Only substi
tute was Jimmic Fodrie.
Luptori, Oriental's six-foot cen
ter who gave the local boys some
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and Gilgo 4. Starting lineup
ir Oriental consisted of these
t!iree players, Muse and Robinson.
The girls, too, maintained their
undefeated record, trouncing the
I'amliro county team 46-ft High
scorer was Carol Ann Gaskill with
14 points, followed by Janice Wil
lis with 8 points, Carol Ann Wil
lis rnd Peg Guthrie, 7 points each,
Iris Davis and Betsy Fulford 3
Jean Dixon 2 points each.
Beaufort led all the way, 104
in the first quarter, : 19-4' at the
half. 37-5 at the end of the third,
winding up with a 37 point margin.
In the starting lineup were Iris
Davis, Betay Fulford, Carol Ann
Willis, Letitia Simpson, Rosalie
Chadwick, and Cora Belle Willi
Substitutes: Carol Ann Gaskill, Peg
Guthrie, Janice Willis, Sue Lynch.
Alice Dudley, Julia ' Simpson
Nancy Russell, Jean Dixon and Sl
Oriental's high scorer was P,
Luplon, with 7 points. E. Brileyi
2 points was the extent of the Pan
lico team's scoring. , Besides Lup
ton and Briley, J. Gilgo, C. Emory' j r.l
S. Gilgo, and E. Hoffman were fa If'
ine siarung nneup. suDsmutes
F. Flowers. J. GreBorv.
Referees were Gaskins and Lots
key; scorekeepers, Milton Laugh
ton, Shirley Lipman, and Spicer;
timekeepers, Wiley Taylor an
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When America's aeronautical
engineering wizards designed tht
RF-80 jet-propelled airplane, the
probably had no idea that the craft
would ever be used to count ducks.
The Fish and Wildlife Service
today disclosed that the jet plane)
carrying a special "strip" camera
I in its nose, performed this decide
ly non-military task last month la
waterfowl census work over tha
"Grasslands" section of California's
San Joaquin Valley. In coopers
tion with the California Division ol
Fish and Game and the U. S. Bu
reau of Reclamation, the Service
has been studying the important
waterfowl wintering grounds in tkd
area for the past year. (
Roaring 400 m.p.h. at an altitud
of 300 feet, the , RF-80 jet plaM
photographed a H2 mile strip fcl
marshes, upon which ducks and
geese were feeding. V. S. Alis
ce pilots Cfp a B. East and;
Lt. C. H. Rigsby, W the 12th tC
ticaliltifdiiajatance Squadron, sta
tioned at March Field, Calif., made
the run in 3.3 minutes.
They used a Sonne S-7 camera,
developed under Air Force super
vision for photographing terrain
in detail at high speeds and low
altitudes. In operation, the spotd
of the camera is synchronized with
the speed of the plane. It takes a
ribbon picture 9 12 inches wide,'
showing much detail never obtain
ed in most aerial photographs. ,.
Wildlife biologists have always
found waterfowl censusing a pro
blem. The Fish and Wildlife Sen
vice has constantly limed at im
proving census techniques : which
would assure the complete accura
cy of waterfowl counts, Depending
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ehead City Hoopsters Split Tough Doubleheader with Camp Lejmne
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Morehesd basketball teams split 1 might gain 0ne of our star guards
i doubleheader Tuesday night with bcUy J0 mtl,,eli (ouied out i the
Camp Lejeune high school at Camp j.ist n jj
Lejeune, the gills triumphing 30-, "Top storillg nonors Went again
23, hoys gcuna under tyifi a score ;u, hhie Jme wilis wno scored
of 30-40, their first defeat of the , 19 nnin, f,,n,H hhinri
1 y IX' i ricksjn and Patty Bell who
tied with 8 each. Lcjeune's No.
D, Ilaney, led Uicin with 11 points,
followed Ly No. 5, Macon, with S.
From the beginning everyone
ir.ew th.it the boys' game would
be fast, furious and rugged, but
e didn't in'ngire anything like
What happened. Morehead follow
ed close behind all the way, al-
;cason. The gills' game started
nit nip ai'd ti;e' with the outlook
hanging many times.
After tlie first qu rt.'r tho More
head s 'ls begiih to get on the ball,
ioki'H un s"-i and strrt" scor
ing. The whole game was in More
head's favor; quarter scores, 8-3,
I 18-8, 24-12, 30 23. The worrying
I really started in the last quarter
when it looked as though Lejeune
though it was quite a struggle to
do so. The first quarter found
Morehead lacking only 2 points in
a score of 9-11, but the margin in
creased in the second quarter to
'0-21 There was a little rough
play in the first half by Lcjeune's
Wo. 2, Blakf, and Morehead's Ray
They soon calmed down and
played a pretty good game. In
the last half they both fouled out
along with Lejeune's No. 3, Suth
erland. High scorer for the More
head "Eagles" was Teagle with
12 " H hv Cordova with 7,
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:$$&aa Scribe Advises
i Eeitilori to Slay Home
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;' -Tfce fcest thtag Beaufort can
do is to stay heme Tuesday,"
. was the comment of a Morehead
City sports writer upon being
told that Beaufort will meet Le-
Jeuie Tuesday Bight.
, "They've get a tall guy oft
their team that literally throws
everybody around and they've
got play that's foxy and works
evorytime. They run through
'their opponent's defense like
mice through a earn crib'. . .
yep, Beaufort just better stay
. home." ;
Whaddya' say, Beaufort?
entirely on a rapid eye-summation,
the . popular method of counting
ducks and geese visually from a
low-flying plane is subject to some
error. Standard-type aerial cameras
have often been used, as a check
on the visual count method, but
the Service believes that the
"strip" camera-carrying jet plane
provides the best check on visual
The low-flying jet plane zoomed
past tie waterfowl before they
were , aware of the engine roar.
Ordinary . planes, blaring engine
noises. in advance of the craft can'
make visual census work extreme-1
ly difficult'. Frightened by the roar1
of the plane, the birds feeding on
the ground often break into flight.
escapjng the count of the biologist.
The waterjowl census flight ol
the 'jet plane was authorized by'
the Secretary pf the' Air Force
THEATRE. - Beaufort, N. C.
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Snow Geese Arrive Again
At Pea Island Refuge
".;'i':"y Ayc"r T ' l , 1 jl shooting of the game at the refuge .
MANTEO - The first flight oB,A nrmiP(1 as if Lmtfiiti" -
uuee "ayc ", 'e at Luke Maltamuskeet where 1st
Pea Island National Wildlife Rcf-L8t reports indicated more than
Uge on upper Hatteras island, Join- 35000 Canadian geese rnd several
lng a flock of seven to Sight thou- thousand swan had arrived for the
winter feeding period.
land Canadian geese and "several
thousand ducks of various species
which have been arriving during
the past month. Paul W. Sturm,
the refuge manager, stated that he
h:d counted 40 snow geese in the
first flight that have returned to
their protected winter feeding
grounds on the Dare coast.
" "With the first cold snap up
north, the remainder of the snow
geese will be expected," said
Sturm. He estimates that the win
ter population at Pea Island for
this rare species which feed ex
clusively at Pea Island along the
Atlantic Flyway will increase to
B,500 during the next few days.
First arrivals at the refuge dur
ing the autumn were the green and
blue wing leal. They stopped only
briefly before continuing on to
nore southerly feeding grounds.
Next to srrive were black duck
and pintails. Approximately 4,000
of the two species are now feeding
at the Pea Island Refuge.
Other species noted by Sturm in
cluded gadwall, widgeons, coot and
a few brant.
Migratory wildfowl have abso
lute protection from hunters in
the Pea Island National Wildlife
Refuge and there is never any
open season for shooting the feath
ered inhabitants' of the area.
This is a situation which has
harrassed many sportsmen organi
zations who believe that restricted
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snow geese. They arrive during
late autumn or early winter and
depart again before winter hds
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To Meei Monday, Tuesday
The county commissioners, board
of education and Beaufort town
commissioners will meet Mondnv.
Newport town commissioners will
The county board will convene
at 10 a.m. in the auditor's office
In the court house, the board of
education will meet at 1:30 p.m.
in the office of the superintendent
at schools, and Beaufort commis
sioners will hold their monthly
meeting at 7:30 Monday night in
the town hall.
Newport board will meet nt 8
o'clock Tuesday night in the town
hall at Newport.
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Oil Stove Causes Fire
- Beaufort fire department ans
wered a fire alarm at 7:30 Fri
dv night. An oil stove caused a
slight fire in the old home of Dr.
Clifford Lewis located between the
bridge and Moore street. Firemen
reported no damage.
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