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OF JEFFERSON rAI MI'.RS ADVOCATE ..... SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1959 VIEWS BY MAX BROWN Ferry Varsity In Final Stac to 1Alumni Five 49-41 HARPERS FERRY HIGH SCHOOL'S 1958-59 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM ICharles Town IBe Host Hight to Tigers The Harpers Ferry High Varsity WIIERE WIIEN TIIEY PI,AY cagers battled a star-studded AI- " " , " 'Sports Notes Before umni team until midway of the FRIDAY Time Cuts Another final period before faltering and Fort llill.at Martinsburg Ex-Tigers in the finale of a twin- Hedgesvllle at Wardenswlle n's American Legion Post Ath- bill engagement Tuesday evening, Yale at West Virginia ' Dec. 23 on the Harpers Ferry High MONDAY tee to call a meeting most any day now and hardwoods. In the firs,t, game of -- .. - ,- --, -- IOUncement on whether---or not, they'll spon- the evening the little Tigers rollefl lVlUSselman a:~;t;a~;yy mSeball club here this summer.., to their fourth consecutive victory ...... n :v~hoUatn~tloss V~e?ma f2/o~6 7~n Harpers Ferry at Charles.Tow : school ~ Shepherdstown at Brky Springs nia's Mountaineers will be back on 'home- eaui winters tallied 10 poin%s (ap.on Btadge at s?edg:svfl!!e night, January 2 with the Yale Univer- . . Wflhamsport at St Joseph s .to lead ,the Ferry Jumor High North ltagerstown at Martmsburg Cagers providing" the opposition... Wanna cagers to the victory. THURSDAY. JAN. 8 Gold and Blue won't take this one! ! ! In the feature game of the ev ............. ening the Alumni, paced by Wilt- ~outt~:cs~;rn ~ l~'*::gp::ru : Bowl is now ihe richest post-season "pay- s'hire's 12 points moved into an - " of Winchester early 10-0 lead and stayed in ~z'on.t ........... ~ ~ -- ..- "~ competing teams... Clemson, which plays until neat" the end of the third . w,tn ale ~ml(~tmas t~l/lmay ' " " period when the Tigers knotted murnamen~ stage .' m in the country, Louisiana State Unlver- Charles Town High hardwoods _to draw a $1651000 check... The Atlantic the count at 31-31 ' " . " sec- After breaking in,to the wide b, eak.,n~the holid~ay h,:,}} ,!.~!~.~Lt 'ence (which no longer is in the Orange Bowl) early lead the Tigers did begin to I ~Tl~aaic~i~.ta'e:n'~aKt~?J~tt'tse~?~e;'0f mat amount hit from the floor, however and _ .. " ~ / ..~ by the end of the fh'st half were oa.ues on many gymnasmms ~,, safe and sound after following their favor- trani.hng by only a shm 21 19 mar ~he sectton will get undelway new g But m the hnal n I week and continue at a heavy tern Colts to New York last Sundffy for the ' mni ca-ers" "~ot" h~t'Pe 'Od, andthewentAl .... The most completely new scholashe basketball team this season m undoubtedly the tlarpers Ferry High Tigers, who started POtimeUntilrolls aroundSectmnalin latetm'namentFebruary. nship battle, Manning Smith, Phil Porter- +... ~.s +h .~t +]e and ha"d +h; off this season without a single regular or letterman back from last year's team. And to add to newness of basketball this year I Four games with section*al. . m- Davis and George Worthington of Wash- er r:ca".ers.~ ~e~r third loss~in at the Jefferson. county, school a new head coach came onto the scene in Glenn Gainer. Coach Gainer. who has rolled up [terest are on tap for Friday mght four games outstanding records m basketball coaching in his two previous coaching posts, faced an almost insurmountable task and yet in land then after a light program Ught back glowing reports of the rock-and- Brent Davidson dropped in 10 a few short weeks he has been able to round out a team which has in every game this season given a good account of them- [Monday night when there will h~ L lbition of football that they witnessed.., points'and Kenn,, Mills Scored selves and against Berkeley Springs the Tigers hit the victory colmun for the first time. Just when he thought he had rounded [only one game, five big bat,tles will ~o agree that the Colts were a shade better ...... ~- .- -. out a fairly ~ood club Coach Gainer found two of his starting five put out of action by scholastic difficulties thus forcing him I be staged Tuesday evening and e~gn~ markers ~o leaa t~oacn ulen " ' " " ' i fi Ities the rtraents than the Giants and came through Gainer's bo,,s in the scorin~, to bring up two smaller younger and less experienced players to take over. And yet m spite of all of these d f cu I two more Thursday evening. chips were down... Manning and Blackie " ~" Tigers are giving the best teams in the section a run for their money. Members of the team as shown above are, first row, I Opening the Friday night act- The boxscore: left to right:--Joe Mahoney, George Hough, Dudley Kidwiler, Bill Hoak, Wayne Jamison, Brent Davison, Tommy Manuel, and [ion will be the Maltinsbm'g High ;nat the seats in Yankee ,stadium were just Alumni FG F Pts. Ernie Webb Second row left to right:----Co~eh Gainer, Larry Wilt, Don Hetzel, Fred Bfller,Kenny Mills,John Littleton, Vernon [Bulldogs who will be making their u nan w for 'big fellows and especially so, Horn f .............1 0-0 2 ............... W,.hh ~-r~ Iden Steve' Wiltand Jack Snerrv manager (Photo By Tim Sim/~ I 1958-59 home debut Dodson, f ..........3 0-1 6 I Friday's action wiil also find SL nod to wear over-coats... Porterfield be- Sha.ffer, ..f .......... 1 1-1 3 ...................... 7----- ........................ I Joseph's Cat, holic High of Mar- Well they said--and only joined in with the Sullivan, c .......... 0 0-0 0 r'll-amm|~aD TaLtaamma ~[~E-aL.~E-a~m~.Ja~Jl.a~mm]tmJl1U~t O 1 t2 U Y ]returning to action for the first one.or two occasions... ~. "l'z'unoie, c ........ ~ u-z ~ --- " -- ---- " " '----" -f "h-m -n T"r Itinsbrg and the Hedgesville cagers D'Angelo, e .......... 0 2-5 2 LIl~ll[l~ 1L]~W~lm ~.~l~U~t~][t~|U~||[ [time since the ChrisLmas holiday Lon~erbeam ~ 0 1 1 1 ~.....--.~w --., .... ~ .~..~,~-.~ ......... , , , tish of 'football spectaculars' is on the holt- ' ~ ...... " 1 I__ ........ I lull, with St. Joseph s t~avehng to D..Trundle, g ........ 2 0-0 4 ~ St. Mary's and Hedgesville going r. the nation's armchair quarterbacks who .Wfll,tslxire, g .......... 6 0-212 [ANim~ itm CmMla~ Da~mmtmJ ~q~ T-.,.---tHere i$ the F00tball B0wl 5ames I't Wa~densville to try and score Cks for free on their TV sets. The big day, ~iYn~'gh ............ ] 0-0 ~ ~l~ I|| rl|~ ~l~|l~ ~l l~|~l~[ _ . _ _ ,a tbird straight victozy as against January 1, when all four of the major bowls o ,g ......... "]Llneup 5t on 1 st [ no defeats Clabaugh, g ........ 0 2-2 2 ~ "~ . ~ , ,r, Cotton and Orange---will De on the air as Whittington, g ...... 0 0-2 (2.The first Holiday Invi,tational I to keep his team In the ball game arlmfl aunuu|j . wiMO%tsoC~eelifs~n~i2: ttol~eM~e~[~on ~enjamln g ;~ I Z 'i , the Rose Bowl, it'll be Randy Duncan of 8tau~s -' ........ 0 0-1 0 scholastic ,basketl~all tournament[by rolling in nine poin,ts in Line[ ~ , [burg radfo statio~ WEPM for the champs passing against Joe Kapp of ~' , ~ ........... - ever to be ~ta,ged in Charles Town [first half, but after a close 8-7 [ Here's the line-up of remain- I Optimist All America" Bowl, lWest Virginia-Yale battle which the Sugar Bowl parades' the nation's No. 1 Totals 2~ got underway Monday evening on ]first period, Kenny Waldeek and [ ing post-season football bowl [ Tucson Ariz.-Major College All ~wil, l take place in Morgantown. rprising Louisiana State Tigers against ' ..... "- -2.' ...... . " _the new Charles Town High gym-ID" Lucas gave uerr some scoring [ games, including won-lost re- [ Stars vs Small~olle~e All-Stars I ~..~n ........ ~ .... ,~,. ,:c,.~nnv t. ~ o n na ' ' " I ?. - ' " , ........ ~ ...... -~. Iou~ inexperiencea Musselman Ha.pc~ Fcrr~ ]~ GF Pt~ , -- a ............. ~- ~. nasium with the two pre tourney help and the Cardinals pulled in- [ cords starting times, tlevision [n..,~ *~T/ ~flnan o ]. "7" .......... "~ -. " " ~--' ,Texas, it'll be Texas Christian as host in .............. ~"~-~ ~ favori,tes-Charles Town and Shep[to ~a comfortable 27-18 h alftime [ and probable attendanees: I ~,r~r, av ..~ .. It~,~. ...... ~,,,m ~-~. ,~-i.th ",-l,and oWl against another of the year's surprise ; ............. ~ ~"~ ~ ,herdstown winning in first round[lead. [ THURSDAy" JAN 1 ] .. ~.,.~..~$~..,o.~,..... [~ey~,~I~o~f-~ncl~es~e~:].~;a---{o" .=~=. ~ ,-~ o " ' s s r 10 oin s i ' " fro ~owl ~os &ngetes ~ p m ...... "' ............. games and moving into the tourna Both team co ed p .t n s .... Air Force Academy led by all-American Davidson, f .......... 4 2-6 10 ment finals The two first night [ the third period but Shepherds- [ Sugar Bowl. New Orlean.-] (EST) NBC-TV. Turn To Page 2-B Jamison ~ 0 0-0 0 ' " ' . Louisiana State (10-0) vs Clem- ~ trom. And in the Orange Bowl there are .. . , .......... . . _ . losers Musselman ,and Harpers [ town increased the lead in the fin [ ............... NB,~ I ~.~-~,~,..~,-~-~,~.,n,.~,~,~r~,r~~ regulars, Oklahoma's Sooners, against Syra- .ougn, c ............ ~ ..~']] Ferry met in a consolation game [al period. Waldeck rolled In,16 [' ~r~ ~'~," p ..... ~'~'" "~" [ 4,g44--4 _d-4~$4 g r4 ~g g,~4el~4~4~ 4e~44~l~l~c14~l~4~el~ about the only important item missing .ut.~le~on. e ......... . u u-_o ~ Tueeday night I Pomts to finish second in the| ....... ~" . ...= [ Mills, g ............. z ~-a tl ..... : ...... I She'-herdstown scorin- to Derr's ! Rose ~owl Pasauena ~a[ix- Kidwiler ~ 2 1 6 5 ~oacfl ~ill os,oourn's ~nepneras i v ~ t ...... ' .~ .. " " , screens will be Army's "lonesome end." ............. +.....~,.~. o..di.~., ,,~d hv .th.i,. '26 while Hoak was hig'h man for| iowa (i-i-l, vs uati,ornia (7-3) , t bea bowl holdout. ..... ~ aces 'r r "in~io I Harpers Ferry with 11 points. [ 5-p. m. (EST)NBC-TV 100,000 I .......... [_ "lc~mis .......... la l~-zt~ ai ~ ~t*,l~ dllTim,~t.v in the first neriod [ In ~he second $~ame of the even- I Orange Bowt, Miami-Okla- [ f [} [" (" / [ l! [ ( t I I ~etsy ........ , -r -- r F rr "-Hi ing five Panthers shared in ,the homa (9-1) vs Syracuse (8-1) 1 ev.ision, spurred on by fierce competition [ Betsy Ross Homemakers' Club against the H, arpe s e y gh ~ ' [l~.~.~ !etworks, is headed for its biggest year Tigers nero mew cnns~mas rar~y a~ ~ne - ' ...... ~while only three Musselman boys ~ ........... ~ in ............. rbl2t ,got rolling in ,i~he sec-offensive punch ahnost evenlyI p. m. (EST), CBS-TV, 76,000. I ~k]K ~_E/ll ! q) er home o,f W[rs Glenn Ramsburg i ona perloo ana wen~ on ~o sown .,' . . I uotton ~owt, uanas- ~u for- I ~ ational Broadcasting Company, 1958 lead with Mrs Paul Corso .as co-hos'[t'he Tigers by a 51-40 score in the ngu.reo, vei~ much in ~ne scoring, l ce Academy {9-0-1) vs Texas [ %. *~ ,..:;~'i;~....~~ .............................................. :~:..~ ....... hou}'s of TV time devoted exclusively tess " [first of two opening night games. [. unarms. Town. was on ~o a f.iyT] Christian (8-2) 3:30 p. m. [ "~i~~=.~i::}ii~i~.i~iiiiiii]~i~: IOns to go well over that figure next year. I Tiaere were twenty four mem l In the second g,ame of the evening [mg.s~ar oy ronmg up a la-a nrs i (EST) NBC-TV 38000, I ~~'::~~!;;~;;~;~: ball telecast, a new top-flight bowling show 9Y night and a telecast of the last half f I g I - " av rs mort hi:t for three field goals the C "" i l,Star game on January 32... and Secret Pals revealed at this In the Shepherdstown-H pe I-- . . I - ' ' " [ ~~--__~{~J~*"~., .~' ~'~A~ I / t h musseiman ooys mlg"nt nave gone[ ~[ "~'~~:': :::::" ~~L "~/~'~* meein Ferry battle Jerry Derr kep t e . ::'*~ .......... ::: g. . . ahead. As it was .they d~d manage "' :~ :ill how the various bowl teams came out The club welcomed Miss Ka!th-Cardinals m fron,t by rolling in to play the Panthers on even|A ....... &. P~...|.&.J / .t ...w~. ~v" ~~'~ ---.~m-! [ryn Mercer and Mrs. O. S. Bloom[ 18 of the 26 points his ,team scored terms in t'hls period [i lyUJllglll ,t)lll l l U [ llit I liL l= i I, Here are the results: Orange Bowl, I as new members. ' in the first ~wo periods. Hoak ,tried The Panthers came back in the " " ,... [ "~~ ~ ~ ~k ~ /~:_ ! OttonDUke 21.Bowl:SugarNavyBOWl:20, RiceMississippi7, and the39'RoseU" [ second h, alf and had even more ; 0naay in 5u. 0r [ tk t., n ' r~g"LP trou'ble hi,tting t~he .basket in the ~ii!!iii~iiiiii!i::+::!:~: if: u e oach L. Bo le Vs. H. Bo le I flarpers .err~ s ,,,. ienced in ,the first two l~riods and Y Y ate 10, Oregon 7... second half then they had expez ' " - .... P ql, I A ~ ,rl ~1___ " had Musselman been able to score Oral arguments of counsel in/ ~ :gestion for college athletic officials with l=~P~ /~[inn ACtl nm nT |nit loaf with any consistency the Panthers ,the case of Louise Boyle vs Helene[ /" ~~ f.~ _~..~. ~" "" ~0 "~ tl worries: Book a football flame with ~ut, t,.) |vM%J|! jet,,~n.n~n~ ~=~ =~' would have been in serious troub- I Boyle were completed Monday at[ [ ' ~ le. . ! [noon at a Specml Term o. the[ Yen if you get beat, you can't lose. Six -- -- - ' ..... " u hcset ass|--- i Skinner B SpinKs 'and D Eis [Circuit Court of Jefferson County about $100,000 each.for their two- my b:bliYg he; c olastic coa c, [ / ...... mon each had eight poin,s for the [ wi,th Judge Melvin Snyder of King[ , , _ [lflll tlfflD in Ohio Stadium this fall. Officials es- ketball season is the one which [ am naa seven eacn, wine..~, uei- [ The plaintiff in the sul~t, Louise[ ~ / I I | fis year at $ t,535,200. Yet the profit in the section this 1958-59 has: I P.~.nthers and Fleming..and Ran- [ wood, W. Va., presiding. | L(L~ 0._ {J~ ~t-~4 II k. U~) .J U II I I 1, 1,620--a tiny sum beside the Athletics H, ar,'~rs Ferr,, High School's new | nnger ana ~. t~ess were 'mgn ~or B~yle has filed a sui,t asking the| v )t of $2,362,500. Visitors get a 50-50 head'Yl~asketl~all coach-Glenn Gainl Musseiman:wi, th 10 points eacn. Icou t'to declare ,an alleged decree| Duke, Southern Cal., Southern Meoho- er 'l~as inherl~ted from his success-| The boxscores: [of divorce granted ~o Al:bert J.| or Coach Guy Tu~ker l Shepherdstown FG F Pts ~Boyle in Arkansas in 1933 invalid.| tan, UCLA, and ,Oregon have climbed .... -.,.^ ~o~. I J D~rr f 11 a ~ ~9~ I She cor~tends ~th~tt Boyle sued her] t'xamer'.w'ncame:vu'l~"s[a~l't~ofl I~ Kno'tt f" ......... 0 0"0 "0 ,for divorce in Arkansa~s and that/ nn,=_ FIl~-*__ _ II---- 4-~--___-- i__.--~_ llrL~.__ l~r-. son counw scnool aB b e train, loading it through 1961. After ',-Y " ..... m ~re I ~~~ D' Lucas' f .......... 1 2"6 4 [,the court there granted the divor|lne lime rlas tome /qkg;tlII VV Hell V) (2 on the right and you can be sure me currer~ scnoo~ ~erm wo -~ ~~ ............ - ~ ......... ..... d Coach Tuck ' ~ :~ ' B Handzo f 0 0 0 0 ce ~tt~ ma~ vne aecree of aivorce~ in Columbus, Ohio, and will remain men umo, ass~s~e - , .......... ' ' d then C Hunter f 0 0 0 0 was a legal nullrty because she al- , ~h,~. ~ - ='- 11 season rolled a ' K W alde~k c ....... 8 0 1 16[leges the Arkansas couzt had no/ t la(lly YVISIi Ior All our Many Loyal years to come. .. er in coaching football an ]~~ . [ , . | /~, .. .ffi.. ......... ........a sKev~a "/ * ' " ..... " ' " round he took over as coach coach / J. Hillard c ......... 0 0-0 0 j ju~sdic.~ion.. ...... | ~'.~i~N/| "~ ~ ~.6J ' ' [ ~.':~ ...... =~ S Williams _ l,ne oe~ena,an~ m me sm~ nei . of thzs sp~rt. Prior to going to~:~!~ ..... ~:~ " ' g ........ 0 3 7 3 l , ' m B Hockensmith g 0 0-0 0[ene Boy e, morned Boyle so el Fzmnds Everywhere A Very Healthy, .... ' ~ ....... ..r / K Kidwiler ~ ~ n ~ ~ I trme after the en, u'y of the Arkan-/ gn ior nine years ~ ~ua~v,, w .-,:~:::.:~. ,,?~:+: ' , ........... -- -, . ...... ::*~.'~+~:t~: :*~+:~:~:~:~:: " J Shultz sas decree. She is defending the I~~ , V.a.: v~here.,his_)unlor high and_/ ~~ ,g .......... 0 0-0 01suit instituted :by the first Mrs.| ..a p.,,~.~..,,. mgn scnooi caKers ,naa wln'nlng/ ~il -~---------| ~.,1~ ~,,~ *ho cr,-t~,,r~d fhot th~ Ar | l~t~j~laJ ,t~aa~a a~ka,~-~*,, seasons every year H4s coaching/ ~~ Tota ........... 21 9-20 511 ......... I record a't' the tvo schools shows ~~ pe e ry I~G F Pts. I ............. [ :!:!*: ,:;:!*~::i,!:~[:~*~, .::- H f nusoana Irom ~ne Ilr~ Mrs z~oyle 217 victories as against 90 defeatts ~~ oak ..............3 5-5 11 [ ..... " __ | for a 71 per cent wotory average ~ .~:~ ~,~::~ .:::~ ~!~.. etzel, f ............ 0 0-0 0 , ~:: *:~*' "~~ ....... ~ D l furt~her ground that even if ,there ~l ............ t,were wregularmes m Vhe Arkansas/ .......... ..... t| IW |ltl/~t Bremen Ohio ~n one year ~ .~,~.~'~ ~:~' orison f 3 2-2 8 his high school =team won 15 ~ ......... .,~,,.~v., .......... o u-u o I ...... .~ ....... ~.~. o~.~ .~ ...... ./ IM IP W ~tOr~~[V~/~1~'/'~]~/)1//~1 g~mes and lost only three in reg- GLENN GAINER Hough, c ...........32-8 8 : v'~u"~s'."''admit, ,tahe first Mrs, .......... B.yle h,as'n'~ol. ular season play ,and 2-1 in tour Mills, g ............. 1 0-1 2 , .... ,~. ~.. ~ .,~o~ ~f ~a ~.w ,to report for basketball and since .Kidwiler ~ 1' 3-5 .~ right to raise .the quesbmn now af :,~ v,?~o -,-- ? f~a~s" ........... ~hen he has lo~t two of his bes~ ............ . __ ~ ~ter a lapse of a~bout twenty-five| .zes ~n.o zourcte.e --.. __ prospects .beoause of some schola.s Totals 14 12 21 40 :years. | wnue a~ uoal+on ri~gn ~ainer's ,tic diffi.eul~ies .......... " Boyle, well known race track| 1955 team wen to the finals of His junior high team has comeCh~.,-~s ~.w. ~.(.~. p~ ,droner, died in a Washington hos- e#he regionals of t~he Class "B" up wit)h a fine record ~ do,re at Skin--ner-f'"'- --.'~ ~-'~{ pi,t~lin November 1957 leaving an And may the twelve new months of 1959 add we stand on the thres- ohampionShip playoff and in 1956 Harpers Ferry, wH, h four straight Fleming' f .......... ~ ~'~ ~ ests~te appraised at over four mil- we~t into state tournament play victories, but his varsity team has Wilt f ............0 0"0 0 lion doll,a, rs. After nomin, al be- up to 365 days of continuous good health, un- hold of a New Year, bemen~ losing, won only once In four times ou%. B S~,inl~s "f .......... 2 4"5 8 quests ,of one dollar each ,to his When G~iner ,took over ,t~he cage ~,ner is a son of Mr. and Mrs. j" Bureh 'f .......... 0 1"1 1 four children born of the marriage we take pleasure in co~cb:ing reins at Harpers Ferry Glen W. Gainer, Sr., of Elkins, his ~ Eismon c ......... 4 0"I 8 'to t~e first Mrs. Boyle he left limited good fortune and high happiness For You he had a complete rebuilding job f, ather ha~ing been associwted with C()()r~r e ......... 0 2"2 2 l~is en,tire estate *to Helen Boyle, " thanking you for your ,to do since not a single regular .base.bell in Elkins. His wife is the L B~rns ~ .......... 2 1-2 5 The first ,Mxs. Boyle contends th.at letterm~n vca~ ~beck around which former Thelma Jean Isner, also Coffman' ~ .......... 0 0"0 0 the Arkansas divorce w~s' invalidThroughout the Year. i patronage and wishing you C~a~.ner could build his ,team. As a of Elklns. Mr. and Mrs. GainerBen, tz g ............ 0 0-0 0 I as a result 'of which, she claims mat~er of faot he had only 16 men have five children R~mai'lt ~" ........... 31 "2 7~he is the la~vful widow of the de- F , s ........... _ - -~cedant and t~herefore entl,tted ,to the best of iuck _ I I I" I 'l ~ m, .a IF rye, g ............. u u-u u I share in the distrbu'~ion of his RACING tx-ranmers/r0unce Totals 17--12TS--~[estate'Shuldhercnten~tinsbe ;HENJINDOAH DOV N ~. , ,= m *, Mu"o 1-~' ......... Fr- F Pts [upheld she would have a right ,to L~arl~ lawn :: lors o. 7,.~u,~"~"~ "n ~ a ~" [~tke one third of ,ffhe .person~tl .................. ~" ~=.?,~i',..:..."'; ....... ~ ~.'~. l~lproper.ty owned by Boyle at the t AT CHARLES TOWN The Ex-Pa.t~hers of Charles ~" ~;,-.~s .......... 0 0"1 0''tl'me of his death as well as a one- Town scored a 108-75 victory over rJ.a '.o3,,.. .......... - -'- .. I Ohird ir~terest for Bfe in ~ls real ,Iv'...rq!ullens, C ........ 5 3-'I~ ,the Charles Town High seniors in B " .... 2 ~ a ~t~ ~ es~aee. RECEMBER 18- THROUGH ,a game played recer/tly on t~he B" ~'=:~;..,~^..~"L ...... . ~-~ "~[ At the hea~ing on Mond,ay a~- G A$S0ClATIOH FEBRUARY 7, 1959 Ol~rles Town Junior High hard- ~-~:~r.~'~'~"~v~'~ ...... ~ ~'~ ~]torneys for Mrs. Helene Boyle woods. This m~trked the second ........... a ........... "" ~lmoved the court ',to dismiss the CHA [S 10WN ~ClN INC --- 44 DAYS --- ,~,me this season 'ha~ the Ex-Pan q,^+.,. ~.~[pleinbiff's pe4iion on the ground Ii~= t * " " POST TIME 1:00 P. M. ,thers kax.egone over the 100-point ~u~,~ ................. I I~h~t i.t w,as not founded on sound + mark and it gives then a record~ [.principles of law. Jud,ge Snyder Charles Town's New Race Track 8 RACES DAILY of ei~l~t victories and one defeat. Zombro and Jenkins five each and I has taken the m.a~t:ter u,nder ad- APPLIAHCE CO. Emale Rudolph, who ~ been C. Hines four. ' I visement. Judge Snyder ~s siCtlng DOMIHION HEATED CLUB HOUSE the high-sooring ace for the Ex- Buddy Hindm.n ,had 17 poiwtslin t~he ease in place of Judge D.CIIARLES TOWN, - - - - %%'. VA. Pawbhers ~hl~ season, led his team for the Charles Town. Seniors, I H. Rodgers, who recused himself THOMPSON, Prop. ADMISSION $1.00 o the one-sdd~cl victory by rolling ,with B. ~hrisman roUlng in 28 ,to, from hearing the case. ~n 50 poir~. BalIenger was sec-lead his team. ] Town, W, Va, GRANDSTAND 50 CTS, ond high scorer with 15 a~nd John ---- .--.------ --- ! "REMEMBER HIGHWAY SAF- il i i i son lind 16. B. runes had 10 Poin~ aTTEND C)H[URC)ff ST/NDAE ETY IS EVERYBODY'S JOB", ~~WWW~W~WW~'~I~W~J'~WW~W~