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ifgPAGE Of The Waynesville Mountaineer
TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1949
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stellar Cat. guard,
21 points to pace
pile Cooper netted
losers.
Piedmont (42)
Williams (8)
Tanner (1)
Huff (6)
i) Russell (11)
Cooper (12)
Scruggs 8), Lane
Corry, McClure (4).
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In one of the best games seen
here recently, the strong Asheville
Waste Paper Bombers downed Un
derwood's 54 to 53 before a capa
city crowd Saturday night on the
Waynesville High gym. In the pre
liminary game the Waynesville
Lions Club defeated the Waynes
ville Junior Chamber of Com
merce 24 to 12. All proceeds from
(he games have been turned ovci
to the March of Dimes.
The Underwood-Bomber game
was a crowd pleaser from the open
ing whistle until the last one. The
Bombers jumped into an early lead
but Underwood's fought back with
the lead changing hands 11 time:,
during the game.
With two minutes of play left,
Underwood's held a five point lead
which looked decisive but the
Bombers pulled within one point
and with five seconds to play, Tie
wall, Bomber guard, tipped in a
field goal from under the basket
for the winning points.
Tiewall with 14 points paced the
winning quint while Joe Cline with
18 and Harry Jaynes with 10 points
sparked the locals.
Lions 24) Jaycces (12)
F Hyatt Henry (6)
F Davis Jones 4 1
C P. Medford 12) Med ford
G Cuddaback Poplin (2)
G Daniels (2) Robinson
Subs: Lions-rLeatherwood, fJes
bitt (2), Tate, McDarris, Owen
(18); Jaycees Ferguson. Norris,
Liner.
Underwood's (53) AlVP (54)
F Jaynes (10) Ballard 10i
F Plott (9) . Amnions (6)
C Cline H8) Suttles (13)
G Gardner ill Tiewall il4i
G Case '8) Hensley )7
Subs: Underwood's Wyalt (2).
Chambers, Kanos 4i, Kiikpatrick
(1), Troutman; Bombers Joyner
i2, Anders (21.
Catamounts Defeat
Strong Monroe Team
In Close Tilt, 46-44
The Western Carolina Cata
mounts scored a 46 to 44 victory
over the Monroe independents on
the Enka gym Wednesday night.
The game was close throughout
with the lead 'changing hands sev
eral times. The Monroe team was
out in front by 27 to 24 at the half
McGinn . roared back in the last
half to capture the win.
Jim Gudger, of, Monroe, took
scoring honors of the game with 17
points, followed closely by McGinn
with 16.
WCTC (46) Monroe (44)
F McGinn (16) .... D. Miller (15)
F Tate (9) Gudger (17)
C Rhodes (ID Shannon (5)
G Carter (2) Forbes (3)
G Pressley (7) J. Miller (4)
Subs: WCTC White, Lane,
Scruggs (1); Monroe Williamson.
WCTC Bows To Georgia
Foe By 61-45 Score
The Georgia State Teachers
quint, with height to spare, car
ried out a successful invasion of
the Western Carolina Catamount
lair Saturday night by walking off
with a 61-45 basketball viclory.
Reeves, Georgia forward, spark
ed the winners ,with 13 points,
while Bob McGinn continued his
sharpshooting with 12 points for
the Cats.
WCTC (45) Ga. State (61)
F Pressley (7) Reeves (13)
F Tate (4) J. Connor (8
C Rhodes (5) Helton (11)
G McGinn (12) Parsons (9)
G Carter (10) Clements (ID
Subs: WCTC Collins, Fountain.
(4), Scruggs (4). Lane (3): Ga. State
Lyons (2), Roebuck (6), Mountjoy
(1), Connor.
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Train Your Own Hunting Dog
Uov7Lei-4nirodneeiinT(hClame Birds
By BILL WAl'GII
AP Newsfeauters
(This is the second
story on bow to train
hunting dog.)
Your dog has learned to mind
On command he'll sit, lie down
stay in either position and
trieve.
When he's finished with these
lessons, he's ready for an introduc
tion to game birds." says John
Pippin. Visalia. Calif., amateur
dog handler.
To explain how to train your
own dog, Pippn reviews step-by-stcp
the procedure he used in
training his present cross-bred
English setter - German pointer
named Nick.
"Your dog has got to learn
what he's hunting. He must build
up enthusiasm for the field. The
best way is to take him where
there are game birds to work."
Pippin says.
Your equipment to begin with is
a 50 to 75 foot lightweight leash
and a slip collar. And don't for
get to take your whistle. It'll
come in handy now.
Work your dog into cover where
there are birds. The dog will flush
them and give chase. After a few
times, you let him start after them
and then set up short on the leash,
at the same time givng a sharp
blast on the whistle.
Walk the dog back to where
the birds were and give the com
mand stay. You should walk
ahead a few steps before giving a
command to go on. Some hunt
ers use the voice command and
make a sweeping motion ahead
with their arms. Others use two
sharp blasts and the arm signal
to get the dog going again.
Ths will have to be repeated
many times. But eventually the dog
if he's a pointing breed will
come up to game and remain rigid.
Now the job is to steady him on
point.
And if you're a novice, Pippin
points out. you'll probably have to
settle your own nerves. It's a ting
ling thrill to watch your dog come
on his first point and remain
your own
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been prepplns for the past few
days in an effort to be in lop
shape for the encounter. The
Parent-Teachers group may pro
duce several "darkhorsc" cace
stars, although no scheduled
practice sessions have been held.
A large crowd of basketball
fans are expected to pack the
Bethel School gyro for the
"game of the year" in Haywood
county.
staunch
Don t get excited and run
up.
Walk very slowly. It's a good
idea to talk lowly to him as you
approach walkinc on the leash. Get
up to him and stroke him on the
back. Let him know you're pleased.
Then walk around and flush the
birds yourself.
You might not gel there in time
before the dog breaks. But bring
him back and stand him at the spot
and use that command again stay.
Before long the dog will re
main staunch as you walk in and
put up the birds. Some hunters
like their dogs to remain steady
to wing. That is remain staunch
on point as the birds rise. Some
require that ther dogs even re
main staunch after they've shot
that's called steady to shot. In
this latter case the dog doesn't
break off to retrieve if you've
made a kill or t go on hunting
until commanded.
But that's a matter of prefer-
ence. Pippin likes his dog steady j
to wing but likes him to break on
the shot. You lose less cripples
that way.
Up to now we haven't men
tioned shooting during the train
ing. There hasn't been any need
of it.
Getting the dog used to the
sound of the gun is no great chore
but you should be careful a gun
shy dog is a pitiful thing to look
at. Pippin suggests starting by
shooting a small gun say a .22
in the vicinity of the dog. But make
certain you don't shoot directly
over the animal.
Carry the gun when you first
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The Fines Creek cagers invaded I
Caiiion Hiyh Thursday afternoon
and split a doubieheader with the
Fines Creek hoys lopping the Black
Bears by 10 to 37 in the feature
game. The Canton and Fines Creek
gills staged a thriller with the
game ending in a 29-all tie.
Miss Fish paced the Canion learn
with 15 points while Miss Kirk
patiiek of Fines Creek was hitting
the loop for 18 points.
The hoys staged one of the best
games of the season with Fines
Creek's accuracy from the foul line
telling the story. They connected
on 10 of 17 attempts while the
Black Hears could hit only five of
17.
Max Rogers, of Fines Creek, took
scoring honors of the game with
20 points. .John Phillips paced the
losers with 18 points.
Girls' lineup:
Canton (i!))
F Fish 1S
F Griffin '13
F Ford
G--Haynie
G- Blank
G Parhani
Subs; Canton
l ines Creek (2!))
Russell (5)
Haynes (6)
Kiikpatrick (18)
McElroy
Ledford
Rector
- MeCreary (1),
Johnson: I" incs Creek
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Fisher, Fer-
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F King '!)
F--Coinan '?
C -Phillips i 18i
G Moore (4i
G St roupe
Subs: Canton
(2). Alexander,
Fines Creek (40)
lingers (26)
Trantham
Haynes (7)
Justice (7)
Kirkpatrick
- Wells, Poindexter
Rliodarmer, Stiles
iD; Fines Creek
Kathbone. -Price, Green.
' start going afield. He'll associate it
iwith going out After the actual
shooting begins increase the size
j of the gun until you reach the
gauge you normally use.
Pointing dogs usually range
1 out of gun distanre. They go
' find your game. Now the next
J step is to be able to control the
j dog at a distance. You have to do
j this with your whistle and arm
signals.
Let the dog get well out in front
and give a sharp blast on the
whistle to stop him or attract his
attention. Then, if for instance, you
want to turn him to the left, make
a sweeping motion with your arm
in that direction turning your body
at the same time. Start off that
way and your dog will change his
course.
With a little practice the dog
can be turned right or left or sent
farther out
You should be ready now to kill
birds over your doe. For the best
training go out after quail, pheas
ant or whatever type of upland
shooting you prefer.
From then on it's a matter of
work. The more you drill your dog
the better the results will be.
Pippin adds a word of advice to
the nimrod hunting with a dog
for the first time:
' "Let the dog have his head in
hunting," he says. He's got a nose
that smells out the game. Don't
try to tell him where the birds
are. If a dog makes a cast (run)
at a patch of cover but doesn't
remain long you can bet it's ster
ile ground. Many beginners try
to do the hunting- for the dog."
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To Keep Clean Cage Record
The Waynesville Mountaineers
and the Canton Black Bears split
a twin-bill on the Waynesville
High gym Friday night with the
Waynesville girls taking an easy
23 to 12 win and the Black Bears
having just as easy a time in down-
lnB the Mountaineers 49 to 24.
The games were played before a
capacity crowd.
In the girls' game, the Waynes
ville defense completely bottled up
the Canton forwards while the
Waynesville team ran up an early
lead. Waynesville was out front
seven to one at the end of the
first quarter and 18 to five at the
half.
Rough Encounter
The last half of the game was
very rough with plenty of fouls be
ing called. The Waynesville team
continued to add to thetr lead un
til midway the fourth quarter when
the Waynesville coaches put in a
complete new team and the Can
ton team hjt three quick field
goals.
Margie Cogdill with 14 and Bet
ly Sheehan with 11 points paced
the winner's offensive machine.
Peggy Sheehan, Bess Francis and
Hilda Farmer turned in one of
their best defensive games as they
held complete control over their
end of the floor throughout the
game.
In the boys' game, the first half
Cutsolers
Gain Triumph
Ovdr Dayton-2
Last week's match play in the
Waynesville Ten Pin league found
the A. C. Lawrence Cutsolers
downing the Dayton No. 2 team 2
to 1. Ward's Esso shut out Day
ton No. 1 and the Waynesville
Bowling Center team was awarded
three games when the Lions failed
to appear.
In the team high game Ward's
nosed the Cutsolers 942 to 922 pins
The Cutsolers took team high
series with 2716 pins to Dayton
No. 2 total of 2702.
Ir&imiHvilMfrWtW Tom- Boyd; Trff
the Cutsolers, took high game hon
ors with a 208 game followed close
ly by Oliver Yount, also of the Cut
solers. with a 203. "Spider" Med
ford .of Ward's, turned In a game
of 201 for third place.
Tom Boyd, also turned in high
series with a set of 573, followed
closely by Medford with a 563
set.
W'ville Ten Pin Leatrue
W L Pet.
Wards 32 7 .821
W.B.C. 23 16 .590
Cut sole 22 17 .564
Dayton-2 16 23 .410
Dayton-1 15 24 .385
Lions 9 30 .231
Underwood All-Stars
Play WCTC "B" Team
Here Thursday Night
The Underwood All-Stars will
be out for revenge Thursday
night when they tangle with the
strong Western Carolina "B"
team on the Waynesville High
gym. The came will ret under
way at eight o'clock.
In a previous encounter at Cul
lowhee these two teams battled
down to the last Whistle before
the Baby Cats pulled ahead to
win 45 to 40.
Underwood's were weakened
by the loss of Joe Cline, high
scoring forward, on fouls in the
first game but will be at full
strength for the contest Thurs
day night.
Cage Schedule
Jan. 25
Waynesville at Sylva
Clyde at Cullowhee
Fines Creek at Crabtree.
Jan. 27
WCTC vs. Underwood's here
Bowling Schedule
Wards vs. Cutsole.
Dayton-2 vs. WBC.
Dayton-1 vs. Lions.
Babe Ruth hit 16 home runs with
the bases filled in his major league
career.
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Canton
was close with the Waynesville
boys holding a 17 to 11 edge at the
half. From there out the Waynes
ville team was never in the game.
The Black Bears hit a quick eight
points to forge ahead and then
really turned on the steam. King,
forward and Phillips, center, hit
the loop from all angles while the
Waynesville boys could only rack
up seven points the entire last half.
The Canton offense during the
last half was one of the best seen
here this season and worked almost
to perfection.
Phillips Leads Attack
John Phillips with 19 and King
with 18 points paced the winners
while Bill Sutton hit nine to lead
Waynesville.
Tonight the Waynesville High
Mountaineers will journey over to
Jackson County to take on Coach
James Barnwell's Sylva Golden
Hurricanes in what shapes up as a
fast doubieheader. This 'will be
Waynesville's first game against
opposition west of Waynesville this
year and the Waynesville teams
will be out to make a good show
ing. The Waynesville girls will take
a record of six wins and no de
feats over and will go all out to an
nex their seventh straight victory.
The Waynesville boys will be try
ing to get back into the win col
umn after going down before the
strong Canton High Black Bears
Friday night.
Girls' lineup:
Waynesville (2K
F Sheehan (ID
F Medford (2) . .
F Cogdill (14)
G P. Sheehan
G Francis
G Farmer
Subs: Waynesville-
Canton (12)
Fish (4)
Griffin (5)
MeCreary
Ford (1)
Haney
Parham (2)
-Noland (1),
McClure, Davis, N. Leopard. J.
Leopard, Fisher; Canton Johnson.
Brank.
Boys' lineup:
Waynesville (21)
F Davis (4i
F G. Liner (6)
C Sutton (9)
G R. Liner (2)
Canton (49)
King (18)
Stroup
Phillips (19)
Stiles
G Yarborough Moore (3
Subs: Waynesville Boyd (2),
Maner l,'oetwrTon, efik, Otis
liland; Canton Wells (2). Poindex
ter, Comon (1), Rliodarmer, Alex
ander (4). Clampitt (2).
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The Bethel Blue Demons split a
twinbill with the visiting Clyde
cagers Friday night. The Bethel
girls topped the Clyde team 31 to
26 while the Clyde boys nosed out
the Blue Demons, 16 to 15.
Miss Rhinehart with 15 points
paced the Bethel team. Miss Fish
and Miss Fore each hit 10 points
for the losers.
The boys' game was a defensive
affair from start to finish and was
one of the best games of the season
despite the low score.
Spencer with six points led the
winning cause with the Bethel
scoring divided by the starting
team.
Girls' lineup: ,
Bethel (3D Clyde (26)
F Rhinehart (15) Fore (101
F Buckner (7) . Fish (4i
F Gorrell (9) Evans (10)
G K. Rhinehart Medford
G Z. Rhinehart Smith
G Henson Collins
Subs: Bethel Cooke. Mease,
Heatherly; Clyde Buchanan (2i,
Morgan.
Boys' lineup:
Bethel (15)
F Manous (3)
F Murray (4)
C Henson (3)
G Reece (2)
G Gibson (3)
Clyde (16)
Hardin (4)
Morgan (3i
Warren ' 1 1
Spencer (ii
Haynes Cii
Subs: Bethel Stevenson, Well:.,
Powell, Browning; Clyde Steven
son, Limbo, Morgan, Shook.
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