North Carolina Newspapers

    BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Fri. March 22-West Mont- -
gomery at South Stan
ley (Norwood)'*
Fri, March 29-South Stan
ley at West Montgom-
ery
Tues. April 9-West Mont
gomery at Ellerbe*
Thurs. April 11-West Mont
gomery at East
Montgomery
Vied. April 17-Rohanen at
West Montgomery
Fri. April 19-Jordan-Mat
thews at West Mont
gomery
Tues. April 23-West Mont
gomery at Randleman
Fri, April 26-Open
Tues. April 30-East Mont
gomery at V/est Mont
gomery
Fri, May 3-West Montgom
ery at Rohanen
Tues. May 7-West Montgom
ery at Jordan-Mat
thews (Siler City)
Fri, May 10-Randleman at
West Montgomery
*non-conference games
(continued from page 8 )
out over Bessemer City in
game number two. The same
Siler City team which was
knocked from conference
tourney competition by up
start Randleman a week
r^arlier, continued their
winning ways as they down
ed Stanley for the District
6 championship on Saturday.
The Jordan-Matthews Phantoms
advanced to the state play
offs at Winston-Salem,
where they were defeated
by Stedman in the opening
round Wednesday - night,
60-48, Central Tar Heel
and Little 7 Conference
teams participated in the
affair at Oherryville.
HI_ Y
The Hi-Y ciub has had
for its programs a number
of speakers who have
ilJMDERWAy
Track practice got
underway last week under
the direction of Coach
Alan White. Eighteen boys
reported and are condition'
ing themselves for the
first meet, scheduled for
March 27 at West Montgom
ery against Rohanen,
The West track and field
is not yet in shape but
work was scheduled to
start this week and it is
expected to be ready in
time. Events this year
will include the 50, 100
and 220 yd. dashes, 4M-0,
880, and mile runs, high
jump, broad jump,shot put,
discus throw, and various
relays. Positions have
not yet ^been determined.
CENTRAL TAR HEEL
CONFEBENCE
TRACK SCHEDULE
March 27—Rohanen at West
Montgomery
April 3;—Open
April 10—Open
April 17—West Montgomery
at Randleman
April 24—West,East, Ran
dleman at East
May 1—West, East, Jordan-
Matthews at Siler
City
May 11—Conference Cham
pionship at' 'Ran
dleman (1:00)
May 17—Sectional meet
May 24—State meet
Starting time—^4:00 p. m.
Hi-Y con't
spoken 'on a wide range of
topics. Mrs'. Arscott spoke
about hobbies in general
and' particularly coin col
lecting. Another speaker
was Mr. Jesse Capel of
Troy, who presented a pi'o-
gram of art. The Hi-Y
club is^ now selling mints
in order to raise money
for the Hi-Y fund.
The North Carolina stu
dent delegates to the South
ern Safety Conference held
in Jackson, Mississippi
Wei re all from Montgomery
County, It was held March
3-5.
Delegates chosen were
Marie Thompson,"Home Safe
ty Discussion"; Clifton
Hurley,"School Bus Trans
portation Safety"; Howard
. Cox, "Farm Safety Dis
cussion"; Sam McCall,
"School Safety Workshop";
Tammy Scarborough, "Rec
reational Safety Workshop";
Kerry Allen, "Recreational
Safety"; Nolan Saunders,
Moderator at the General
Session Safety Discussion;
Edward McCallum,"Outstand
ing Safety Projects in
Montgomery County Schools";
Beth McCaskill, Panel Mem
ber of Home Safety Dis
cussion; and Phillip
Tucker, "Farm Safety,"
S, H, Helton was Adult
Advisor for Recreational
Safety group.
FBLA -
The F.B.L.A. held its
March meeting on Monday
night, March.11, in the
business department.
Mrs. Phyllis Parks, a
former business student
at West told the club
members about her work in
an office.
Ten of the. club mem
bers are.planning; to at
tend the state convention
to be held in Durham from
March 29^31. Tours and
exhibits are scheduled
and state officers will
be elected', during this
^ime,
Congratulations to Coa^h
VJhite for being named Coach
of the Year.
    

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