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.’ lilt: Couidiy oluli.
The oi\ ic club moots at 12:15
Bob Goforth is progrtim chair
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THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD, KINGS MOUNTAIN. N. C.
Thursday, December 2, I97l'
.sporLsnian.ship awnrd for liis lour-
Coach Eddio Holbrook’s rntui
w'ill take an awo.somo .sol of stal.s
into the Kings Mountain Tourna-
niont. Adams is averaging bettor
than .35 points for throe games,
while Boyd of Winn.slwiro, .S. <’..
and Richard Tlirrmas, Chicago
lloigiits. Ill., .senior, aCt .sporting
lf> point tivoragos. Enshtnan re
serve Kirby Thurston, from Pom-
pino Beacli, Fla., is averaging 1.3
It.iinls and .senior co-captain Tony
.Spagnola lias an 11 point aver
For the Ihrts- games the Bull
dogs as a loam are averaging 12S
jKiinls per game and hate limit
ed their opponents to 71 points.
The gitme liigh was the 140-85
\dolory over Vorhees College in
tile .-'Lslnwille tourney and then
■omes a 137-41 win over I’iedmont
It it from the firs* Ih.mv lino
tiiat the Bulldogs have been
weake.st. In tin* thre<‘ games the ^
Bulldog cagers have Iwon able to casket i
hit only 55 per cent sinking 60
rif lit) attempts from tiie line.
This is le.ss th;m tlie Bulldpg’s
shooting ri'cord from ttie floor.
Holbrook's .sharpshooters liave hit
163 of 288 shots from rite floor for
a .56.5 averag<‘.
Of tile ma.ior .s-|)oi1s. Adams is
not only high point, but he has
also iiit aimo.st 69 p^r cent of hi.s
shots fmm the floor. He has hi.t
46 of fi7 siiols from tlie floor. He
has also hit 16 of hS from the
free throw line.
One of Coacii Holbrook's great
est ble.ssiugs so far til is season
lias been hi.s bench. He has Pkiy-
cd a minimum of It) men, that
being in the U.\'C-.\ game. In the
other two games lie used 14 men
in eiLch contest. Mis fresh-men
iiave d'lne an outstanding jpb,
considering ine.xiM-rience and
The fine lioor play of transfer,
Ken Napier, a sopliomore from
Elizabethton. Tenn., ha.s been
ii'iliceable. The scrappy effort of
Biliy Ellis. .Statesville; and the
steadine.ss of freshman, Alvin
.fones, of Pomjiano Ikxich, Fla.,
ha.s also coniribiited to the spot
Will Moore, Demopolis, Ala,
freshman, has looked good with
his oall handling as well as hav
ing added 16 points in thri'e
Over 2.5 million people have
visited North Carolina parks
tliis year according to Thomas C-
Ellis, administrator of the divi-
Irnn'Dlllas^'N"’*!’ par".menff£‘'N^Uiral aL'I^ono;
fiom Dallas, N. t., has scored rale Resources.
eight points and grabbl'd several .pearly 200,(100 more people
rebounds m the two games ho have used park facilities than dur-
has <ippt'ared in. Seven foot fresh- ing the same jieiiod last year
man Kc'ii Long of Hampton, Of the 2.5 million, 605,112 went
reiin,, has collc'ctc'd 14 pomt.s and on picnic. 7-1,0.56 campt'd, and
13 ri'boiinds in two game,-. — '—
Following the Kings Mountain
tourney the Bulldogs will play
host to tlie .Mistralian Olympic
8-10. The ol>mpic team is on a in the system. Nearly 750,000 peo-
tour (If tins country- playing L5 pie have visiti'd the historic fort
game.s, IB of them with teams in area and gone swimming in the
the Big Ten. nearby Atlantic ocean.
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235,-498 went swimming.
There were 2.57„596 hikers, 61,-
977 fishermen and 27,851 boat
ers at State park facilities.
'Fort Macon State Park in
'VA wdil issue fm American Aliout 20 per cent of the
Mag to the next of kin, close If and Korean coiiXIfet veterans
tfnend or relative to drape the have income protection riders on
casket of an eligible deceased-their Gf insurance policies, ac-
‘■t- cording to VA.
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During this Christmas Season the Merchants of Kings Mountain wish to you
an(i your families the very best Christmas that you have had.
It is for this reason that we wish to invite you to "Your Christmas Parade" in
downtown Kings Mountain on Dec. 3, 1971 at 4:00 p.m. Bring the kids, Santa will
Look for the following floats sponsored by your favorite Kings Mountain Mer
chants! , I
CIVIC CLUB FLOAT
DRUG STORE FLOAT
KINGS MOUNTAIN DRUG
KINGS MOUNTAIN MINISTERIAL ASSN.
HARRIS FUNERAL HOME
FIRST UNION NA'nONAL BANK
FIRST-CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO.
HOME SAVINGS & LOAN
KINGS MOUNTAIN SAVINGS & LOAN
CITY Of KINGS MOUNTAIN
Kings Mountain Merchants |Assn.
Say “Merry Christmas” more
colorfully this year!
You’ll find an Amba.ssador card for every
one on voiir Christmas list.. .card.s especi
ally for Mother, Father, Brother, Sister,
Teacher, Pastor... all of them say "Merry
Cbi istma.s" jii-i the way you want it said.
STORE DRUG COMPANY
THE CITY'S MODERN STORE
"By Giacky ...
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