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Thursday. May 9, 1946
DO YOU REMEMER?
1943-44
COACH WOOD’S basketball team
started the previous year, enjoyed a
highly successful season winning 15
games while losing six, sweeping the
sectional tournament, but dropping
their first district game to Freeport
43-32. The Muskingum Valley league
was not in operation this year but
the Redskins tackled several tough
non-league foes including class A
Barnesville. Scores:
Alumni .............................. 28 30
Dexter City ...................... 58 21
Macksburg ........................ 55 16
Belle Valley ...................... 39 38
Cumberland ...................... 45 35
Byesville ............................ 23 45
New Concord .................... 45 44
Barnesville ........................ 33 32
Dexter City ...................... 60 5
McConnelsville ................. 35 39
Byesville ............................ 35 49
New Concord ..................... 43 41
Lower Salem .................... 40 32
McConnelsville .................... 23 38
Sarahsville ........................ 55 18
Newport ............................ 27 26
Belle Valley ...................... 48 23
Sectional Tourney—
Belpre ................................ 35 33
Belle Valley ...................... 33 26
Batesville .......................... 43 25
District Tourney—
Freeport ............................ 32 43
Totals ........................ 835 659
ALEX “ECK” CLARK repeated his
performance of the previous year by
copping the Redskin scoring title
with 261 points, followed closely by
cousin, Lloyd King, with 245. Scor
ing:
Alex Clark ...........
Lloyd King ...........
Willard Radcliff ..
Ralph Seffens
Bob McKee ...........
Jerry Weekley
Bill Archer ...........
Dana Reed ...........
Paul Oliver ...........
Bill Richcreek
Delbert Brown ..
116 29-46 261
103 39-83 245
59 30-66 148
32 13-41 77
19 16-46 54
9 4-10 22
7 1-2 15
2 3-10 7
1 2-3 4
1 0-2 2
0 0-1 0
IN FOOTBALL, under Coach Dwain
Dyer, the Redskins won and lost
four, including the annual Armistice
Dav game with
Newcomerstown
Philo ......... ...........
McConnelsville
New Concord .......
Philo .....................
Barnesville ...........
New Concord .......
McConnelsville .•
McConnelsville.
14
13
13
0
20
7
0
7
74
6
14
18
13
7
6
27
6
Totals .............
97
the
DAVE “FOXEY” FOWLER led
scoring in football with 37 points,
followed by Eck Clark with 23.
Dave Fowler
Alex Clark
Bud Ralston
Jack Barnhart
Lloyd King ..
Paul Oliver
Ralph Radcliff
1
5
0
0
0
0
6
3
2
2
1
1
0
37
23
12
12
6
6
1
BELLE VALLEY won the county
basketball tourney defeating Bates
ville in the finals 52-28. Results
Belle Valley 38, Harriettsville 22
Sarahsville 42, Summerfield 21
Batesville 36, Dexter City 33 Belle
Valley 50, Sarahsville 29 Batesville
30, Forest Grove 22 Belle Valley 52,
Batesville 28.
CALDWELL won the sectional tour
ney which was held at Caldwell, top
ping Batesville in the. finals 4.1-2..
Scores: Stafford 29, Beverly 27
Belle Valley 46, Woodsfield 36 Cal l
well 35, Belpre 33 Waterford 51,
Stafford 37 Batesville 28, Vincent
25 Belle Valley 40, Hannibal 34
Batesville 46, Waterford 37 Cald
well 33, Belle Valley 26 Caldwell 43,
Batesville 25.
NOBLE COUNTY all-tournament
team was picked as follows: Batten,
Summerfield and Carpenter, Bates
ville, at forwards Starr, Belle Val
iev at center Wernecke, Harrietts
ville, and Pakes, Belle Valley, at
guards.
DISTRICT TOURNEY play elimin
ated Caldwell and Batesville as fol
lows: Freeport 43, Caldwell 32 Bel
laire St. John’s 62, Batesville 29.
FOOTBALL LINEUP for the open
ing game was: LE—-Jack Barnhart,
tt—Jack
Heddleson, LG Albert
Moore, C-Lloyd King, RG-Trip
lett RT—Jim Cox, RE-Paul Oliver,
QB—Ralph Seffens, RH—Alex Clark,
LH—Dave Fowler, FB—Bud Ral
ston. Subs were Bob McKee, Dana
Reed, Bob Gump, and Ralph Rad
cliff.
SHORTS Sophomore Lloyd King
established a new basketball scoring
record by dropping in 26 points in
22 minutes in the Sarahsville game.
New fan-shaped banking boards
were installed in the Caldwell gym.
Ralston Drugs, independent
team won the Lower Salem basket
ball tourney as well as defeating
Rankins All Stars and Fletcher
hospital. ... On the team were Bill
Mnich and Dale Williams of Pleas
ant City, Bill Dudley and Jim Wall
er of Cumberland, Bob McKee and
Bill Archer of Caldwell.
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EARLY BIRDS—Several young girls
have been trying to get the jump on
old man summer by donning swim
ming suits and soaking up a little
early-season tan. While we, poor
mortals, have been shivering around
the fire, these hardy souls have been
exposing their backs to Sol’s feeble
rays in an effort to acquire that
mid-summer bronze in May. The
early bird may get the worm this
time of year, but hardly a “burn”.
AUTOGRAPH JACKETS are be
ginning to appear around town with
several of the girls sporting th-s
latest fad. It’s just an ordinary
jacket with your friends’ names au
tographed all over it, then em
broidered in gay colors. Sort of
reminescent of the “Rah Rah” coll
ege days when everyone wore auto
graph slickers.
BETTER PLAN NOW to attend the
annual fish supper of the Noble
County Fish & Game club to be held
in the Methodist church on Friday,
May 24. Tickets at |1.00 each are
now on sale by club members and
those who have attended in the past
need no further explanation. Among
the speakers for the occasion are
Buck Rider, conservation director
for the state of Ohio, and Earl
Schob, mayor of Marietta.
DAME RUMOR has one of the
Caldwell senior girls taking the
matrimonial step shortly after grad
uation, but from the size of the
“sparkler” she’s wearing, it must be
more than rumor.
A DOZEN local and county men
were honored at Marietta last week
when the super excellent master’s
degree of the Masonic lodge was
conferred upon them.
HENRY BOND’S barber shop re
ceived a little interior decorating
last Thursday afternoon while the
stores were closed, as did the out
side of Krogers. Many dwelling
houses are also being dressed up
for summer as local painters are
swamped with work.
THE BAND is scheduled for two
engagements this week, playing and
marching for the American Legion
convention in Zanesville this Wed
nesday and the track meet at New
Concord on Saturday.
SEVERAL LOCAL horse lovers at
tended the running of the Kentucky
Derby at Churchill Downs, Kentuc
ky, last Saturday with everyone re
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TRAFFIC COUNTERS were in
stalled in Caldw’ell one day last
week to register the flow of cars
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KIRCHNERS have started work on
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OUR YOUNG ladies and gentlemen
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They also say that the sophomore
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COMMITTEE MEETINGS are be
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the proposed Fourth of July cele
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dent of the club, announces that
first prize will be a 1947 Frazer
automobile with other prizes rang
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on down the line.
A MUSICAL RECITAL, sponsored
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