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13 January, 1984 THE QUODDY TIDES Page 29 Annual motor vehicle inspection The new once a year motor vehicle inspection requirement for Maine vehicles which took effect January 1, 1984, does not affect the expiration date of a cur- rent sticker on a vehicle. "Motorists should continue to have their vehicles inspected during the month indicated on the sticker; for example, a vehicle having the number four cut out of the sticker must be inspected during April-at which time the vehicle will re- quire the first annual inspection," said Colonel Allan H. Weeks, chief of the Maine State Police. Weeks said the yearly motor vehicle inspection fee is five dollars for the once a year inspection. However, the fee does not cover any needed replacement mater- ials or additional labor. State Police Traffic Safety officers are making a maximum effort in co-oper- ation with licensed station owners and certified mechanics to make sure motor vehicles are inspected as required, said Weeks The Maine motor vehicle inspection includes: brakes (including the emer- gency; steering mechanism and suspen- sion system (including tires and wheels); exhaust system; lights (including head, tail, directional and rear plate lights, rear reflector, and headlight aim), with a possible additional charge if the headlight aim has to be adjusted; rust (especially frame rust, along with body rust and pro- truding metal edges); and, mirrors, horn, window glass and seat belts. Lubec Sports BOYS BASKETBALL The Lubec High School boys basket- ball team is having its ups and downs. On December 20 they won a game with Shead of Eastport in Lubec by a score of 79-57. Top scorer was Robert Bryant with 24 points, Andy Foss had 16, Mark Jones 15 and Ricky McDonald 10. Joe Stuart had 21 rebounds. Lubec lost their game with Shead in the Downcast Athletic Conference East holiday tournament in Woodland by a score of 59-57 in overtime. Mark Jones led Lubec with 13 points, Robert Bryant and Joe Stuart each netted 12 and Ricky McDonald 10. In a game with the Jonesport-Beals Royals in Jonesport on January 3, the Lubec Hornets won by a score of 73-64 in an overtime game. High scorer was Robert Bryant with 34 points, Joe Stuart had 19 and Ricky McDonald had 12. In the JV game, Lubec won by a score of 53-48. On January 6 Lubec was defeated by Narraguagus by a score of 63-56. Andy Foss had 14 points, Robert Bryant 12 and Ricky McDonald 10. GIRLS BASKETBALL The Lubec High School girls basket- ball team was defeated by Shead of East- port by a score of 38-35 in the Downcast Athletic Conference holiday tournament in Woodland. High scorer for Lubec was Molly Stone with 11 points followed by Stephena Wolf with 10. On January 3 Lubec lost their game with Jonesport-Beals at Jonesport by a score of 60-52. Molly Stone and Tammy Dennison had 14 points each and Patty Bassett had 10. In a game in Lubec on January 7, Lubec was defeated by Narraguagus by a score of 48-36. Denise Lyons was top scorer for Lubec with 15 points. COOPER HOCKEY EQUIPMENT : I/] FLEEC__E H_ _OOD_ED J_AC_KETS & _PANTS ' " TROPHIES & ENGRAVING i S ! I SMITH'S CYCLE & SPORTS: I BORDER MOTORS a new Ford/Mercury dealer in Calais Specials for the Month of January 1982 CHEV. MONTE CARLO - V6, auto., p/s, air/c, 1982 BUICK REGAL - 4 dr., V6, auto., p/s, air/c. 1981 FORD GRANADA - 2 dr., auto., p/s, air/c. 1981 PONTIAC TRANS-AM - Special Edition, Special Performance Package, AM/FM Cassette, T roof. 1980 PONTIAC FIREBIRD - V6, auto., p/s. 1980 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX - auto., p/s. 1980 DODGE OMNI - 4 dr., auto., p/s, Prem. Package 1979 CHRYSLER CORDOVA - auto., p/s, air/c. 1978 FORD LTD - 4 dr., one owner , 1978 MERCURY COUGAR - 4 dr., one owner 1978 BUICK REGAL - 2 dr., V8, auto., p/s, air/c. - TRUCKS - 1981 FORD F100 - 6 cyl., auto., p/s. 1981 CHEVROLET - C10 - 4 x 4, 6 cyl., auto., p/s. 1979 FORD F150 - 8 cyl., auto., p/s. 1982 DATSUN - KING CAB - 4 x 4 w/plow 63 BARING STREET CALAIS, MAINE 454-7188 TONY McKIM of the Shead Tigers, goes up for two points in a game against Wash- ington Academy on January 3rd. Washington Academy won the game with a score of 84-66, dropping Shead's record to 3-4. (Quoddy Tides Photo) Shead Tigers Basketball The Tigers record dropped to .500 as they were soundly defeated by Lubec 79-57. Next action for the Tigers, who are 3-3, will beat the Christmas tourney. Bubba Brown had 20 to lead the attack, while Darrell Francis chipped in with 15. Lubec will be the team the Tigers play in Calais. The Shead Tigers played well in the first half and held in to defeat Lubec 59- 57 in overtime. Paul Lewey was the top scorer with 23, while Tony McKim had 16 and Darrell Francis 14. The Tigers next play Woodland in the Christmas tourney. The boys were eliminated by Wood- land, 60-41. Paul Lewey paced the scor- ing with 23 points. In regular season action Shead dropp- ed to 3-4 with an 84-66 loss to Washing- ton Academy. Bubba Brown had 14, Steve Miliano 12, Paul Lewey I 1 and Tony McKim and Steve Theriault 10. The Tigers dropped to 3-5 as they lost to Machias on Friday night 65-49. Top scorers for Shead were Steve Miliano with 13 and Bubba Brown 11. Shead Tigerettes Basketball The girls record dropped to 2-4 as they were thrashed by Lubec 57-43. Donna Arseneau was high scorer with 16 points. Barbara Hicks chipped in with 12. In Christmas tourney action, the girls revenged an earlier loss to Lubec by defeating the Hornets at Woodland, 38- 35. The big three led the team in scoring with Donna Arseneau 15, Nancy Miliano I 1 and Penny Young 10. The girls advanced to the finals by edging Calais 54-50. Penny Young had 19 points and Donna Arseneau 12. The girls play Jonesport-Beals for the champion- ship. The Tigerettes lost the championship to Jonesport-Beals 55-52. Barbara Hicks was the top scorer with 20 points follow- ed by Donna Arseneau with 13 and Pen- ny Young 12. Back in regular season action, the Tigerettes ripped their season record to 3-4 as they easily defeated Washington Academy 70-53. Four girls were in double figures for Shead. Nancy Miliano 23, Penny Young 16, Barbara Hicks 12 and Natalie Mitchell 10. WASHINGTON COUNTY VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE CALAIS, MAINE GED testing will be conducted every Thursday night starting January 19, 6:00 to 9:00 PM in the business office. A fee of $20.00 payable to the State of Maine is charged for the five exams which are designed for those who wish to obtain their High School Equivalency Diploma. The test administrator is Mr. R. Hazelwood. For further details, please call 454-2144 ext. 33 or 36.