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Beaufort Boy sfeam Bows to Lejeune, GirlsWin
Beaufort was toppled from the
victor's throne by Camp Lejeune
Tuesday night, tasting defeat for
the first time this year to the tune
of 58-38. The girls, however, re
main undefeated, winning by the
score of 31-18.
Sparking both the ofense and
defense for Beaufort were Jim
Piner and Charles Stuart, the two
high scorers, Piner, 18 points and
Lejeune led the whole way, 32
15 at the half, through to the final
score of 56-38.
A large crowd from Beaufort
attended the game but failed to
help make the combination that
would have been a winning hand
Beaufort will play Richland
tonight at Rithlands, hoping to
climb back on I he Victory bund
wagon. for the Green end White. Coach
Tom McQuaiel came nway witii the
opinion that Lejeune has the Dcst
class B team in the state.
'Other players for Beaufort were
A. C. Blankcnship, 2 points. Otis
Jefferson, 2 points, Alton Willis, 6,
Put Fodrie, and Jim Fodrie.
In the Lejeune lineup were Bar
ker who tallied 9 points duri lg the
evening, Propst, high scorer with
18 points, Blake, 17, Sutherland, 4,
and Barringer, 8. Substitutes were
Crouch, Greer. Frucci, and King.
Lejeune led at the half in the
girls' game, 11-8. They also led by
two points at the end of the first
quarter, but Beaufort pulled away
in the third quarter when Lejeune
failed completely to score.
Carol Ann Willis was on the
beam Tuesday night, accounting
for 20 of Beaufort's 31' points. Iris
Davis tallied 2, Betsy Fulford 4,
and Peggy Guthrie 5. In the start
ing lineup, in "addition to Duv..
Willis, and Fulford, were Letitb
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Morehead Chalks Up Another Double
Victory, 56-34 and 34-28 at Aurora
Morehead cagers came up for a
double victory Tuesday night, " 56-'
34 for the boys and 34-28 for the,
qirls. when they met Aurora on
the home court.
Our girls strrted out in the lead
and the Aurora girls kept a closA
-second', tjliarter scores were 12-'
11, 2W, 27-24, 34-28. all for More
head. Elsie Jane Willis bagged
12 points: Patty Jean Bell and Jo
Jayne Windell tied with 8; Nancy'
Derrickson made 4; Betty Jo Midi
gett came up with 2. This sounds
rather funny to you, I imagine;
but in the last quarter Midgett and
Bell changed positions, and Mid
gelt shot a beautiful basket. For
Aurora H-'ves No. 11, Rhot 16
points, all field goals. Whitley,
imo. 7, brought in 11.
When the boys' ame began, we
started to worry a little. At the
end of the first quarter Morehead's
"Eagles" were on the little end of
3 score of 8-11. But as usual More
head rallied and began to lead.
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fhe other quarter scores were 24-43-23,
5J-34. all in our favor
In the second quarter Bobby
$ell fouled out and Mickey Woo
rd, who was substituted, finished
jut the game (and by the way, he
jayed a wonderful game, too). Al
io, Aurora lost a pbycr in the
third quarter, Bonner, No. 10.
Buck M:tthews again led for the
"Eagles" with 15 points, followed
by Teagle with 14, Cordova 11, Ray
Lewis 10, Mickey Woolard 6, Bob
by Bell 2. High fof the opposers
was T. TunstalL No. 7, with 13,
second high was Hallowell, No. 3,
who scored S points.
Morehead has no game schedul-
ed for tonight but they will play
one Tuesday with Smyrna at Smy
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. BEAUFORT -
Ailaniic Splits Game
Willi Smyrna at Atlantic
Atlantic split ; doubleheader
with Smyrna on her home court
this week in a conference game,
the boys winting 4423 and the
girls losing 23-7.
Jack Rose tallied 13 points for
Atlantic, Gary Morris 6. John Ha
milton 21, Bernard Nelson 4, and
Ju'n Willis 2.
Smyrna's score "was chalked up
hv tt. Davis 4, J. Arthur 6, and
Joanne Morris, Elsie Hamilton,
Patsy Robinson, Dolores Gillikin,
Betty Mason, Varina Gaskill, and
Faye Styron led the Atlantic girls'
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Game at New Bern
New Bern Defeats NewDort
49-31 in lontest at New
The New Bern basketball tefrn
punched out a 49 31 victory over
the Newoort five in the armory
at New Bern Saturday nijfht in a
practice game of the Tidewater
Bousman tallied 16 poi its for
the local cagers to gain scoring
honors for the night with Hotf's
13 markers taking second place.
Benton of the Newport quartet
pushed in 12 to lead his squad..
The gam was close mcst ot the
way with the Now Hermans pull
ing away in the last period.
New Bern KG FT TP
Iiousmu.1 . 6 4 16
Cordes 0 0 0
BaJUrd 5 2 12
Watson 10 1
Anspach 10 2
Hawkins 0 0 ('
Millet 0 0 C
Ellis 0 0 f
Hoffs , 5 3 13
Bennett 1 0 2
Harmon 0 11
Mitchell 0 0 0.
Totals 19 11 49
Gould 2 0 4
Benton 3 6 12
Huskctt 3 0 t
Rh-e 0 1 f
Millis 0 0 t
Lockey 1 2 4
Lockcy, D 10 2
Gould, M 0 0 t
Garner 0 0 C
Totals 11 9 31
were Nadine Gillikin, Sylvia Wil
lis, and Gloria Willis.
Referee was Dallas Arthur and
timekeeper Garland Morris.
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The senior class of Beaufort
High chose their class colors, flow
er and m:!S"o,s recently. Our co'or?
are preen and white, our flower is
the peonie and our cute little mas
cots are Jennifer Rose (Jenny),
daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Cai leton
Rose and Guy Dickinso.i III
(Sockie. son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy
We also chose our superlatives
which arc as follows: girls Nem
Allen, neatest; Nena Bell, most mu
sical and most talented: Rosemary
Bsent, prettiest eyes; Laura Da
vis, most Rlamofntis,' best figure
most attractive, bigsjos! flirt; Or
I ry Dickinson, most likely to sue-
! ceed; Betsy Jones, most studious.
j best man -ered. wittiest, tied foi
j best snorts: Mnry Fond Mason
! most intelligent, most popular, bes
personality, mast in love; Snr h
i Mason, best dressed, most talka
, Pnllie Nelson, cu'est, best dan
cer; Margaret Nelson, best all
around, friendliest; Bonnie Roliin
son, prcttipsl hair: Julia Simpson
quietest, most bashful: Dorothv
Taylor, best disposition: Cora Wil
lis, most athletic, tied for bes'
sport; Margiret Windley, prettiest,
Bovs Billy Ball, most talkative;
A. C. Blankenship, best dancer, !
best, personality, most attractive: j
I'lnr'es Davis, host mannereiV i
neatest; Dowd Davis, most intelli ;
Sjent, most musical, most talented,
most likc'.v to succeed. :
Thomas Hamilton, tied for best
snort; Charles King, best disposi- j
Hon, cutest, wittiest: Clifton Lynch, ,
friendliest, tied for best sport; Tho
mis Parkins, best looking, pretties!
eyes; .limmv Piner, most popular,
most ,-thletic, most-i-lovc; John j
ny-Soiingle. most oriuinal I
Charles Stuart, biguest flirt:,
Jesse Tuylor, best drcsed, pret j
tiest hair; Alton Willis, best all j
around, best physique; Cohn Wil
son. most studious; Charlie Wal j
lace, most bashful, quietest.
Class as a whole I
Grumbler, Neva Allen; bigges
eater, tie between Billv Ball anrt"
Dottie Nelson; pest, Colon Wilson
biggest L'umchcwer. Charles Davis
most outstanding, Jimmy Piner.
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MCTI At Atlantic
Atlantic All-Stars trounced More
head City Technical institute 79 39
in a contest on the Atlantic hard
wood Monday night.
T. J. Etheridge starred for the
Morehead team, tallying 13 points,
followed clisely by Roger Evans
with 10. B. Taylor, leading the AM
Stars, accounted for 22 points and
Johnnie Willis, Atlantic, chalked
up 18 for his team.
Playing for MCTI were Edw,:rd
Bl;:ke. Jim Slanhout , W. F. Stroud,
Etheridge, Arthur West, Evans,
William O'Brien, David Carmi
chad, and Lawrence Benedict.
Handling the ball tor tho All
Stars were .1. Hamilton. B. Nelson,
Gerock. M. Fu'eher. Trylrr Will s,
N. Masjii, Jack Rose, and Buck
heieree "as Da' i.'ls.
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