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,., o.,o., TIMES 8 Your Picture,Newspaper Hartford, Kentucky, January 27, 1966 'le- Get That Ball Down Here Skiing Increases In Popularity Back In The Saddle Again Whoa Tber e Mu le Photos Hi-Ho Silver Courtesy Virgil Stewart The popularity of skiing has been increasing rapidly in recent years and no long- er are skiers confined to the rich or the specialists in a few ski centers like Sun Valley and Aspen. Artificial ski courses are now the vogue and naturg snow is being utilized in more and more places. The West is the choice location  for ski slopes but there is good skiing in New Eng- land and the East also. Ski equipment has greatly improved i n recent years. Thus, if you're thinking of taking up the sport many ex- perts believe exercises more of your body than any other sport except swim- ming, there is ample oppor- tumity in the United States today. S ki s are important, and shoes are almost equally important. This should be tall enough to reach the palm of your hand when it is raised over your head com- fortably. They should flat- ten out from tip to rear when you stand on them, so. that you don't have daylight beneath any part of them when you look under them at floor level. bricks should come up to your armpit, when the points are on a hard floor. Shoes should be given close attention, for they are as important as skis them- selves. In the last few years snap-on shoes have reached the market and they are easier to put on than the lace-up shoes. How ever, if you do not get a good Et, or do not get food snap-on shoes, it is better to stick to older types. Sticks should be carefully selected but this is an easy task. In general, the length of each pole, when stood on the floor next to the buyer, should extend up to the top 3f, or an inch above, the armpit. When they are in- serted into-snow, the length gill be jsut under the arm- 9it. The best jackets are those ghich have a pull-up head :ape attached to the back )f the jacket itself and which :an be used to cover the lead and ears in especially :old weather or when skiing 'ast. G o o d equipment and pro- =,r-fitting clothes are per- haps more important in skiing than in any other sport. The movements of the feet and legs is small and response via the skis must be exact and immddi- ate if one is to ski cor- [II|II II|II|IIIIIIIIII I rectly. Times Staff Photo Gimme' That Ball Horse Branch gave Dundee something to think about in the final quarter of the consolation game... Several times in the remaining minutes of the game it appear- ed that they would retain the lead, but Dundee came back in the last few seconds of play and held onto the lead. Dundee won the game by a slim two point lead. The fans were cheering wildly as the high score fluctuated back and forth between the two teams. ********************* Dundee Over Horse Branch Beaver Dam Smashes Hartford 37-22 In Tilt The gymnasium of the Bea- ver Dam Grade School was all astir with players, cheer- leaders, proud parents, anx- ious coaches and scores of spectators looking for some excitement Friday night. The grade school tourna- ment sponsored by the Par- ents-Teachers Association, featured the Beaver Dam, Dundee, Horse Branch and Hartford Graded Schools. The littler varsity players provided many thrills for the spectators, as they struggled to gain the lead for their respective teams. The con-! solution game played bet- ween Horse Branch and Dun- dee proved to be the real thriller of the evening. The teams were evenly matched and the scoring ran rela- tively even right up to the last quarter. In the final period of play, each team turned on the pressure, and the question as to whom would be the winner, was a mystery right up to the final whistle. First one and then the other team would be on top in the fin- al 60 seconds of the garm,. In the remaining 45 sec- onds, after having scor- ed a field goal, Dundee managed to tie up the ball un:il the buzzer sounded, thus winning by a slim 42 to 41. The championship game of the evening between Beaver Dam and Hartford proved ,the lead throughout the game, during the fourth quarter, Hartford rallied to accoun for 15 points. Beaver Dam came up the winner in the tilt by a comfortable mr- gin of 37-22. The real exciting event of the evening was the presen- tation of the trophies to the winners. Coach Ralph Un- derhill, of the Ohio County Eagles, presented three tro- phies, the Championship to Beaver Dam, Runner-up to Hartford, and the Consola- tion Trophy to Dundee. Much enthusiasm for thel game and also a good deal of school spirit was evi- dent at the game as the pretty cheerleaders from the four schools led the boos- ters in cheer after cheer for the players. One would suspicion tha Coach Ralph Underhill was at the game, not only to' award the trophies but to scout around for future play- ers for the Eagles as in the near future many of these grade school varsity play- ers will be entering Ohio County High. The average American girl needs no defense -- she can take care of herself. Firestone Tires Hartford Cheerleaders Shown from L to R; Charlotte White, Paula Leach, Rita Troutman, Mary Ann Times Staff Heflin, and Jackie Field, thepretty leaders who kept the Hartford rooting for the boys as they Heads Up ! 00hoto This Beaver Dam player, (with the ball) seems to be keeping an eye on the tall Hartford player (41). Beaver Dam won the Championship game, with a score of 37-22 over the Hartford Five. Times Staff Photo Free Throw Beaver Dam gets a free throw...The Beavers col- lected several points on the free throw line in their bid for the championship of the tournament. Delco Batteries I to be a one sided affair iu  = =i I fromtae start. TheBeavers romweI! uu! KIUS . Marriage is not a solution jumped out in the lead, and all problems, but it solves managed to there to stay D ..... h _  r ." ...... I most of them. throughout the four-quarters I i)eaver uam rlremen I *** of play, without any serious | I True friendship is based opposition from the Hart- I hL. O,ll,m., . upon service to others, not ford Five. III g U II D d I I d III  upon facors received. Although the Beavers held | *** 9,a Hour ******** The Donkey Basketball game, held January 15, I  ---- :--.1- -- - in the gymnasium of the Beaver Dam Grade .. j., ][mif JidlrJl B - success. The game, I  lr LI)J) " School, was a roaring sponsored by the Beaver Dam Fire Depart- I  .. __ m,.nt was Well attended, and the fans were I  ', wgI@,-' * treated to an evening of hilarious enter-  I /lllqb* "K tainment, as the donkeys galloped up and down .,  \\; ]--- - _ the court, while the brave Gauchos hung on I  " \\;lim  l for dear life. I " z---\\;% K Possibly the highlight o f the evening came I  [(_JigF---1,I .* I of the Beaver Dam Fire  [1 [ .t t( when Bobby Barrett Department went galloping down the court t I  l=m=kgl'--] lay up a crib shot. But ooopsl He didn t I ., :----' -- .v lay up the shot, but rather got layed up in ; : the chairs by the bucking burro. All ofthe i  IIlIPflII &I ||NTNN while, Ralph Sheppard was trying to climb I.  III//I Illlgl R II llgH/llff t aboard his faithful ? mount. Try as he I  IIii1--1=1 llUillIU u.'T:... would, he was unable tomount the stubborn I  II//HIIIMII PIIUUANV * animal which kept pawing and backing away.  | I kkll_____l| I I! I _Ullllu l|i - The game is the first of its kind to be held m ,_ - -  in this area, in some time. The donkeys were I  " Beover Dora, Ky. shod with rubber shoes, and incidentally they I ' ,, .... , .... ..__a ..__.__,, ." are house broken.  unio ouny s zrxenay zoru ,.,,v,=- : : The Cromwell team came out the winners i l( 274-3333 NIGHT PHONE , by a score of 26 to 24 over the Firemen. - 274-3165 9.74-4049 Lmmmmi,. =mmmmmmmmmmm=mm E 4t'l 4t      t'l  t " t t'V" 4t t " "  t Careful drivers 'know when they own lives. Going to church sure cure for your it will help. *** Self-control is a that individuals reco to their friends. Health is somethir is appreciated by tho! need it most. .( WASHERS DRYERS Sales OHIO Beaver 274-1297 Hartford, January 27 Humphrey Bogart Audrey Hepburn William Hold en January 28-2 Situation But Not SIR ALEC GUINN Yvette Mimieux Max V0n Syd0w Fram Filters A.C. 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