jORTS PAGE Of The Waynesville Mountaineer Friday, march
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Teague Trophies For Justice and Nancy Lees
Charlie Justice (right), All-America- football player lor the University of North Carolina and
Merki Lees (left), Olympic swiminei. recivc the 'league Trophies at banqint in High Point
Spencer (tenter), sports editor ,.1 the U ,n:,t:i-Sal em Journal make- the pie eolations Ju l
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man and woman athlete of the Carolina-. ,' I'liolo,.
Prosecutions for fish and same
law violations during 1948 were
205 less than in 1947, according to
Clyde P. Patton, Executive Direc
tor of the North Carolina Wildlife
An all-time peak in court cases
was reached in 1947 with 5,470
prosecutions as compared with 5.
165 in 1948. Most frequent viola
tions were cases where people
hunted and fished without licenses.
Hunting out of season was the
second highest offense.
"It is too early to tell whether
the increasingly efficient law en
forcement staff equipped with a
patrol plane and two-way radio
communications has had an effect
on fish and game law violations,"
Patton said, "but it is believed that
these factors have been an influ
ence on the behavior of anglers and
hunters who might otherwise he
come careless about purchasing
licenses or disobeying other laws
and regulations. The law enforce
ment staff, especially the six-man
wildlife patrol, has been concen
trating on such serious offenses as
night deer hunting and dynamit
ing fish. Modern enforcement
equipment will make operations
increasingly difficult for habitual
fish and game law violators."
Reports coming in to the Wild
life Resources Commission from
field personnel indicate that the
j"P4jiiS fishing has already been
I underway for some time, according
lo Clyde P. Patton, Executive l)i
Law Enforcement Supervisor
I George .Jarretl of District Nine rc
i ports that anglers using plugs ami
minnows have been gelling rood
catches of sinallmoulh bass in the
I'l'VA reservoirs, and crappie fisu
crmen have been having especially
In Loop Battle
Only two matches were rolled in
the Waynesville Ten Pin League
this week. Ward's Esso defeated
the Dayton Rubber team 2 to 1
and in the other match, the In
dependents topped the Mountain
eers 3 to 0. The other scheduled
match between the Cutsolers and
the Waynesville Howling Center
will be rolled Monday night.
High team game honors of the
week went to the Independents
with a 951 game and Wards turned
in second high with a 9.'i2 total.
The Independents also took high
series- honors with a total of 2H02
with the Ward's Esso squad second
with a 2(jfl3 set.
In the individual rqecs. .Jim
Bracket!, of Ward's, rolled high
game of the week with a 224 oin
fall. Wad Carswell had second
high with a 212 and Jin I Murgin
was third with a 2(H) total.
High series honors went
Burgjn with a lolal pin lal
with lirackelt coming in
Willi a total of 540.
I of 55(1
hick using minnows or spin
with bucktails for bait in
Chutege, according to Jar-
'eastern waters largemouth
have started bitine CJnme
Protector J. N. Miller of Knotts
Island reports: "There are more
bass in this section than in many
seasons. Sport fishing is reallv
celling under way."
Gold Medal Meet For
Camelled At Canton
Ircoi dim; to an announcement
hv Jack Justice, athletic director
at the Champion VMCA, the an
nual Cold Med.il basketball tour
nament for independent teams
has been cm, vied due lo run
fliclin,': dales Willi the Cold Med
al tournament at Hemic rsnnvillf .
liiith meets u.ie scheduled for
the week of March 7-l:i.
'I he Champion "V" hoys anil
'ills will a!-.o he lurtit iftim:
in the n i . i . .i I lnlii n.iineDK the
same w el, and would h,. tin
.ilde (o .i I as liu t (i .me, of the
Topped 36 - 32 By
The Underwood cagers, Waynes
ville's lone entry, were eliminated
from the Asheville YMCA Gold
.Medal tournament Tuesday night
when the Newbridge Shell quint
defeated them 36 to 32 in the
top battle of the opening round.
Newbridge look an early lead
and were out front 21 lo 17 at the
half. Although the local cagers
made a strong comeback in the
second half. Newbridge maintained
a narrow lead until (he final
w hist le.
Playing without the services of
Ine ('line, high scoring center,
Manager Bill Kanos was forced to
shift his lineup and slowed the
Edmonds sparked the winners
with 11 points and Jack Case, of
the local quint, hit I he loop for
11 points to set the scoring pace
of Hie game.
I'mlei wood's (32) NewhridRp (36)
F Ticmlman (4) Edmonds (11 i
F - Ropers '-')i L. Robinson ilii
C Plolt 161 J Young (7)
' "ase '111 Mooneyliam
(5 Gardner i2)
Subs: Underwood's-Kanns (4i,
Chambers: .Newbiidge-- Hamlin,
lieu-ley ill. Rrown, .J. Robinson
LOADS OF GOALS
PROVIDENCE i AIM Harvey
El a (i. ceiiler til' the Providence
Red- i,l Hit A 1 1 : i i ic.ui Hockey
Le.-iiMit- i cei l it 1 . cored eight
point in a cunt three goals and
I' a i I- lo I ie t he league total
'or a uc'le t mile . Hub Craeie
ind Cobhv U.illon both tallied
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Blue Ridge Tournament Results
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lie- Medford 1 2 .
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I lamrieh. Foster ' 1 '.
F G Liner -i
E - Davis (lHi
C - Sutton -17'
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(i R. Liner , 7 '
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Car.-well '2', .Jones
Mane : Hen Lippen
ISen Lippen C50)
Graham 1 13)
Roberts 1 5)
F Nix '2
F- -Ball '2i
F- Sams 12i
G - Rice
Subs: Marshall -
Redden ' 3
L. Johnson i2) j
Ramsey ' 2 . 1
Ken Lippen (.lal
F - Hurchell 1 1
F Graham 'Kii
Subs: lien I.i)pen --
Martin ( 1 )
Johnson 1 1 ,
Mars Hill (18) Brevard (27)
F Gibbs 1 201 Norris
Y Justice 'H)i Master 8
F J. Ponder 4i Ferguson (17)
G Shelton Parnsh
G Fox Cauble
G Medlord Patterson
Subs; Mars Hill Hawkins. Rice,
Fender '2, Ponder '3. Gardner:
Hievard -Sentelle '2b Lively.
Christ School (50)
F -Murray ' 1 G
F llolton ill i
C - Smith HD
Rubs: Christ School
Mars Hill (35)
Asheville School (4.1)
F - Ilolcombe V.i
C - Johnson i .i i
G- Webb '1H
G Anderson '.ii
Smith. Mclntyre. Pollock:
Rhodes '2'. Constance 2i.
Qui lien (41
Wilson ' 8)
, Edwards 18)
F Wells (121
C Phillips 'lfii
G Moore ' 10i
Hender'ville (62) Ash
F Morgan 4
F MeCullougli 16
C McGraw 1 10)
G Whitmeyer i4i
G Burnett (3)
Ilolcombe " 1 1
Webb 1 2)
Subs: Hendersonville Flem
ming 161, Dunlap 9 Young '61.
Kalin (4i; AshtvilU School Hunt
(4), Smith (1).
G. Sprinkle i5)
T. Sjirinkle '3)
Coman (4i. Poin
Alexander '1 1.
Vaulter Obliges Camera,
Fails To Break Record
NEW YORK i AIM Rev. Bob
Richards, pole vaulting preacher
from the Illinois A. C. won the
pole vault event in a recent Madi
son Square Garden track meet with
a leap of 14 feet, four inches. He
failed three times at 14 feet, eight
inches. Then a cameraman taking
movies for a television newsreel
asktd Richards to ty once more.
He cleared the bar easily, but It
Waynesville Girls In Finals
Of Blue Ridge Tournamen t
Local Girls Advance To
Finals With 36 -15 Win
Over Marshall; Boys Lose
To Canton In Semi -Final
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The Waynesville and Canton
tirL and the llendei um ille and
Canton boys were siheduled lo
cla-h in the finals of the Blue Ridge
conference tournament Li t mght
on the Hendersonville High v m.
The Waynesville Hn I- came
through in their semi-bn.il battle
with Marshall and mow, I inlo the
finals with a 36 lo 15 win. Margie
Cogdill, with 14 and Hetty Si.eeban.
Willi 13 points, spaiketl the local
girls. Miss Sams hit the loop lor
10 of Marshall's Li points.
In Hie other seioi-linal battle
in the girls' division, the Canton
lassies had to fight all the way lie
lore coming out I he w inners by
to 34. over the Mars Hill girls. Mi -Fish
swished 21 points through the
loop for the winners while Miss
Ponder had 15 for Murs Hill.
In the boys' semi-finals, the Can
ton lilack Bears stopped the local
boys 38 to 34 in the top battle of
The Waynesville boys jumped
into a nine lo five lead at the quar
ter and increased it to 17 to 10 at
the half. The Canton hoys caught
fire in the third period and took
Early in the final quarter, the
Bears moved out in -front by eight
points but the Waynesville boys
cut it in half bill could never quite
make up the difference.
Johnny Phillips captured scor
ing honors of the game with II)
markers while Bill Sutton led the
locals with 14 points. Unfits Liner
added 10 points to the locals' total.
In the final till of the night, the
Hendersonville hoys, alter a slow
-t.Ui, rolled .to a ;ii tu f, I virti.i ,
iin Ibe Cbti:.l : , Imtil Cn-iei.
aed the right tu meet Ciiion in lb.
McGraw, Bean., I ei-ni, r. Imi,t,i
hi the outstanding individual per
loiiiiance of the tourney when he
los't'd in 37 point- timing I lie till.
Dave Murray spark, il Ibt Gioei
ie1- with 21 poinl --.
'I'be annual Blue l!ih'c confer
ence basketball loin ii.noenl lor
boy -, and girls got tnhlei w a mi Hie
I It nth rsonville High gym Mmul.e.
nighl when five games weie urn nil
beiore a good size crowd.
! Li the opening game ol Ibe 1'UII
! tourney, t be . Marshal i girls lopped
j llciidcrsnnvilto, 11! lo (i. uilh Mis.,
Sams hitting the loop tor 12 of Hit
w inncrs' points. J
In Hie first boys' game ol Hie
meet, the Ben Lippen quint de
feated Brevard to advance lo the
quarter-finals. The score was 3." to
Graham and Hurchell. with Hi
and 11 points respectively, spark
ed Ihe winners while Mitchell hit
10 of the losers' total.
In the third game of the even
ing, the Waynesville girls opened
their fight for the 104!) champion
ship with an easy win over the
Tryon girls by 33 to 12 Nancy Med
ford. reserve forward, paced the
local girls with 12 points. Miss
Ormand hit the loop lor six points
for the losers.
In the fourth game of the even
ing, the Mars Hill girls turned on
the power lo wallop the Brevard
lassies, 4H to 27, and utlvanee to
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i tl.e ball
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, scoring honors of the game with
i John McGraw aiding the winners
with 10 points Holerimbe and John
son, each with 11 points, were out
Maiuting for the Blues.
Si: vli FINALS
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sl mi -finals
I lie Bell 1 ipi i n quint . 'lull I)a is.
j-bowing a oe.nlh aim from the
j Hour, tossed in HI noinls while Bill
; Sutton eoiit intiid his sharpshoot
j nu lor a 17 i tii i it total for the
evening. Graham, with 1J points,
sparked lit n Lippen.
lu Ibe third game of the evening,
Ihe Christ School Greenics burned
I he net for 50 points to lace the
Mars Hill boys, 51) to 35. Dave Mur
ray scored Hi points for the Green
ics wilii Hiillon, Smith and Ran
dolph adding II points each. F'.ng
lish. Mars Hill guard, look scoring
humus ol Ibe game with 10 points.
'I he prc-lotirn.-iinent favorite, the
I leniiel soih il Ie Hearcals, roared to
a convincing i2 to 'A2 victory over
Ihe Ashtvilh- School quint in the
filial game of Ihe night.
MeCullougli nelted 16 points for
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Waynesville (.1 1)
V -(;. Liner :ii
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C Sutton 1 1 4
Q Boyd 1 2 1
G IL Liner 1 0
Jenkins; Canton Coman, Poindex
ter (2), Alexander. Stiles '4i.
F- -Morgan 'Hi
('- McGraw '37'
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G Burnett ' 1 '
tiling '(','. Kalin
Christ S. (54)
Murray i21 )
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