Aces And Acelets
Capture Twin Bill
Over Chowan High
By BILL GOODWIN
The Edenton Aces basketball
team put in one session of prac
tice Monday and then took a
thrilling 38-36 overtime victory
over Chowan’s Bulldogs on the
latter’s court Tuesday night.
The veteran-studded Acelets
came through with a 48-38 win
on the 30-point performance of
Fred Britton’s hook shot in
the final seconds of the regula
tion game kept the Aces even
' ■ and sent the contest into an
extra three-minute period. Bob
by Stokely then sank a jump
shot with less than thirty sec
onds to go and wrapped up the
The first quarter ended with
the Bulldogs in front by only
three to two. The Aces open
ed their guns in the second pe
riod to take a 15-9 lead into the
half. Both teams scored 16
points in the third stanza be
fore Chowan caught up and went
ahead with less than a minute
left. Britton’s hook kept Eden
ton in the game.
Bill Goodwin had 12 points to
lead the Aces’ scoring. Stokely
made 8, Jerry Tolley 7, Herbert
Adams 5, Wayne Griffin 3, Brit
ton 2, and Richard Hollowell one.
Goodwin and Griffin fouled out
of the contest. Copeland took
honors for both sides with 22
points for Chowan. Asbell had
7, Turner 3. and Modlin and
Toppin two each.
Morgan, a lanky forward for
the Aces took honors for the
night with her 30-point output.
The Acelets led 17-6 at the first
fuarter mark, 28-19 at the half
and 37-34 at the end of three
periods. Edenton pulled away
for keeps in the final quarter.
Sara Relfe Smith followed
Morgan with 13 tallies, and Mary
Anne Overton scored five. Jan
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et Faye Hendrix paced Chowan
with 23, while Blanchard had]
11, and Evans four.
Elementary School 1j
Lunch Room Menu I
Menus at the Edenton Ele
| mentary School for the week of
| December 12-16 will be:
Monday: Luncheon meat, toss
salad, sandwich bread, rice pud
ding, blackeye peas, milk.
Tuesday: Hamburgers, school
baked rolls, candied yams, pears,
j green beans, butter, milk.
Wednesday: Vegetable beef
j soup, crackers, peanut butter
sandwiches, block cake, milk.
Thursday: Roast tin-key, gib
let gravy, cranberry sauce, school
baked rolls, school baked cook
ies,' creamed potatoes, garden
: peas, pineapple, butter, milk.
Friday: Macaroni and cheese^
! corn and lima beans, turnip
greens, corn bread, peach pie,
Work Is Begun On
Soil Conservation Service Wa
' tershed Planning Party, headed
j by L. F. Thompson, party lead- j
; er, started work in Pollock!
i Swamp Watershed Tuesday, De-|
jcember 6, according to Work!
[Unit Conservationist James H.
| Griffin, Planning of the water-1
j shed is expected to take about
CN DEAN'S LIST
Sixty-five Wingate College stu-|
: dents made the dean’s list fori
the first quarter, according to
S. G. Chappell, academic dean*
To make the dean’s list it is!
necessary for a student to carry;
at least 15 semester hours of
work and maintain an average
of 3.3 or better.
Among sophomores making the
list is Barbara Allred of Eden
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