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I i I i i SECTION R--SPORTS PAGE TIIURSDAY, I RY 5, 1961 gainst TM rl t Mountaineer Cag A usselman Wdl Be Atd town, / t e t ( Washington In Washington Jan. 12 Harpers Ferry Goes To ;, ille [ The Harpers Ferry ttigh Tigers John Littleton, Gary Iden and I ~ ] .~ .' .. " y !( : ~ . .' I . : ,~ " " -~'i~ ' ~ : Getting A ay From The handed the Charles Town High Kenn Mills in the home stretch out of me way scnolastzc anti col wih oef~turnmg m me cag( wars [ .......... = ..... !Y -"-- ;:.. - '- : I ~::::::: !le~,e basketbah teams o; the sec*lafter the Christmas vacation ,,v [lip and Stall Season /ranmers mew mire overnme fie- wmcn put me ngers DaCK in[el :~ .... ~'~lZ~ I: '~ "'. - ' .' t ...... ;. ";;;. .... , " |feat in four games Tuesday night the game and eventually gave I don arm area nave once again re I praying nest ~() w ncezm,~ C(me~e. Brief Spell, We Note: /on the Ferry hardwods when they them the victory in the extra per- ] sumed their cage ~ars and by Fri- [ The other .leffersqn county act THAT WE HAD OUR radio tuned in when broad- ts,.,,r,Ji ,h..... ,,,. ;~ ,h,~ ,~,,,,, ;..a I ~lllllllll~P~~i~-~"~ |day night the action will havelion will be at Page .lacks~m tli~,tl Jay Randolph broke in last Thursday night from | eriod "wh le' oi i]n " the Yan"- ..... [ [reached a peak tempo with a m-lwhere the Sparlans will be play- r, s " ~lsmon ann r~rown eaen stereo ' - ,, ,,r ' ,, ?.. ,, . rleans with, "th,ere are two gentlemen here from ],ho.o ,. o .... t .... ;.. ~, .............. ' [ I tal of a dozen battles bern.. ~a~.ed Ira,. host to the t aslmont Ile~,jJls /2~2 ......... s .......... v ,, ~, points to mad me ramner at-[ ]on gymnasiums in the section and [cagers. Town. 'Butch Walker and George Vickers, en- score, tack until they fouled out of the l I ........ S ,,.:~: 1 not be ~ust a 1 .......... ~ ,,., [ The thrilling victory brought game Brown going to the bench[ o[~-_-,~,u ~u~.l.W,~ut rat~(~r ,the[ ~,ne?~arp~rs rerry.n!~n Hgl, l r~ the game." . . 'Butch' and George had a g'reat . , t ne-mgm :p , wm r)c on me roan Frma mum New Orleans and both cam~ home with glowing [dl~Ubrl~aJOYet~)e:hesT~g:drafran~ouS early !n thefiiOeUrth per}o(! and Eis I tacti(:n ~ill remain heavy and hot [moving anT() Berkeley County Io about our Mountaineers and Rod Thorn. The [ .... Y .......... men just. ' r me start ot me I lfrom now until late February and ]once again tangle wilh the tle(l~es |Seers whipped Memphis State to win the title [ mgh e rffU VnCtt eVerret ieiir me extra penoa. [ |the tournaments. [vilh. ltigh Eagles. This ~ame 0rge tells us they were terrific... ]game " p ry Iden, w)th.~.21 pomts, was high [ I Before the heavy Friday firing/could also be a rcsampti!m ,,f l!le "k ~ ~ "k , / man [or me Tlgel's, wire aonn l,il [ ]however there is one game oil/lloliday tournament actn,~tv :m- ~led the battle all the wa.. until the~ ............. ' . ' ...t !(up mni;~nt wnn mucn locm smcr/c- ~t ~a~ mc.c., .... ge,:; ..... THAT THE THOROUGHBRED Record, Arr oerica s [ Coach Ronnie Phillips Panthers!tleton playing his best offensive / I. * " '-- '" ...... , ~'e ......... s- sur"~ ,r ,,:, ,,~h,, [ ....... y . .- j gu~[e o x tue season to register lrl. [ lest and it will be taking place in [barely knocked over l he Ea~ws Journal of Horse Racing and Breeding, gave a /nnat minutes ot pray wnen tne] The ross was me mire [or t;nar/ lthe' Field ttouse in Morgantown l in the opening round .f th tour- ~e spread, including four or five excellent photos /Harpers Ferry Tigers pulled two lles Town in four games while the/ i -~ .:' ~" "-?- ........... :1' be lnament points ahead. But just when it viclory for the Ti ers was their [ i wn(re me moumameez.~ w~ ~ I " e...zt racirrgTheatwell_writtenShenandoah storyDWnsbyinRoberttheir Decemberj.Clark ]loked as though the Tigers had third against four gdefeats. [ pla ns t::hersMd [ BTll{~ou~nbea~nal~!as~n~bu?' ~, "If, you want the customers--Give Them What the victory, Danny Eismon put In the preliminary game the lit "~ ".. ., .- :" . ":. --.. ,~ ........ ;,,h'i [the Panthers right back into the fie Tigers quickly rolled up an[ ~, Itead!m!ng me ,today m.gh, bat lroufi..h,t~:ne o~.. ,: ,:i,,:,,a~,.,:::~;:~ iaHd tA :b So~f M oEwFi InV'V~E i~cal lw:men are turrlirlg[ball game with a field gal just I 18"7 first perid lead and kept I tues wiz'pene'~,,~net';nar'mS[m'e~t~'thZeY't~'d(~'fea't~'d"Se:t~th*'f''~::" [as the final whistle sounded, adding to it as the game progress- [ Town Semo r zl~.gn ,.ymnas~um oe-I ~- t*L.._ ,.t~z.,, : ~ .... : ......... :~: :rl't~ I Then seconds after the over-led. Jackson was hte big gun for] Itweenkele Htne*rantn'erSrmgs tttgn anq.tnemmans ~er'[~;~t~e~t'~a;~es~;;vne ~ t~tu'~'a~(n'/" [time period got underway the Tig [Harpers Ferry with 30 points [ ~ [ Y P : . ~'" [ ...... ,. _. J , " g ast e Men s Shop team [ers rolled up three quick points while Shultz had 18 and Upright | ~~:.~~ Panthers, with plenty ot neight[ Other Friday night action wilt t nester S raoothadEVeningahigh StargameLeagUe.of 117--330'Last set;weekNaneyMrs" [and managed to hold on for vie- 16. [ ~[[~[~~~!~ and weight, have looked ralherlfind .~t. Joseph's of Ma~tin~'bm~ !th 111 327 set and Pol]y Moore with 120--822 Itry. For Charles Town Lower,, ~,~a [ ~~i:::i~ ]~,ood in all lhree of their battleslat St.'John': in Frcdetick Clarke / Both teams scored 13 field goals Ithe attack wi'th 11 noints "~" [ i to date, even though at th!s wr!t-[County High of Be.,~y, illt~. Va. locals met the Sanitary Dairy five in a match. ]but once again it was bad passing[ ............ " " . [ ling they hal omy.one we[orgy to[win ~e at 'zurner As, m,)y an(t Gc(~- Stle five is currently in second place in the league land fouls which ~ot the Panthers[ xne uox~cove: [ I show for their eztorts in Inreelrge nansen Hi,~n ~ilt t)e at LOU(t- Lg, ~ ]in trouble. Charles Town not only | [ " , [ " : " " .' "., Charles Town FG F Pts JIM RITTHIE and LEE PATRONE hines out oun County Ihgh m I eesbmg ._ "k -~ -j~ "k ]lost much of it's rebounding siren Eismon, f .......... 8 3-9 19 [When the West Virginia Univer ohl and is currentlv worlcin~, on[ There will be a preliminary] THAT CHARLES TOWN'S Race Course with it',3 |gth when Brown and Eismon foul IJ. Ebersole, f ... 0 0-0 0/..: .............. : .... "i .... " I a B S and Masters'de,,rees in i~[ game at 7 with the main game set / GO TO CIIURCH SUNDAY ' Ta 1 f ..... Stt,y Cagvz'S iitovc into ullne Arena ...... ~ . - table and enclosed in glass grandstand, plus it's led out of the game, but d~dn t do [ y or ............. 3 2-3 8 / ............. ] a,,s*,'ial relations [ for about 8:15. I " ai m washington, t~. C. 'll)ursoay ev ~'"'~" remodeled and enlarged club house, attracted a ]as well at the foul l ne as did the I D Icy', c ............ 0 0-0 0[,min,~ .Tan ~ ,,~ ,~-,,~ .... i,h Patrone named to three all-tourlTwo In Shepherdstown [ Tigers. Brown, c ... ......... 8 3-4 19 "~ s ........... ~, ..... ~ ...... . .~ . . . . , =, of 10,379 fans on Monday. Seven big bus loads [T ...... [~.,,a.,~f c D ~.a 9tall-powerful George Washington[nament teams)ast seas?n, ts lead[ The~e will be,two battles tak~ng[ ~ ~ a_.~._~ a from New York with nine coming here from the Iramners 'ra~e Lean I~.';" ................... t~r.~ ..... ;., o,.~....;.~o ~... h;~.~mg me ~woumameers m scormglnlace in Shepnerasmwn rrioav~ [ The 3am packed crowd saw ~:I~:2~,,g,." ........ 5 12 111Southern Conference battle at a-lth~s seas(!n .and only last weekln:ght w,th the Shepherds[own| N*w Thru IrSey area. And the surge of fans, bet $772,294 " . . ......... ................ s . , .... ." I Charl",~s Town. move ~auicklv. into I-'-";~"s~''~ozer s .......... x ~-o Oh,,,,,,.,~.~ uu v." -,,"" ,,~o,~,-s~'~om"" ~,,~*~'" ~r,,,,,,,,,.lwas. voted, file. most outstanamg High Cardinals playing, host to Jan. 21 :nine-race program with a daily-double pool of la 15-7 first [)cried lead and bv[. ' g ............ 1 1-3 31+~ ........ m ~. ...... ,,~,.o T,.. [ player m "the Sugar Bowl Tourna-lthe Musselmao High eager,, and[ ~mI~NIIIHI - "- - howery, g 0 00 0 .................... v ............ ,, ~lm~tm~ and they bet $88,897 on a single race to establish ]halftime was leading the Tigers] ............ " |Ritchie and Lee.Patrone; who[ment played m New Orleans and]this could be a sort of a pickin, | 'lt t Vagering records at the popular local track, by ten points And with Eismon ,,, o ' ------------ have been re ulars on the Moun[ was also named to the All-tour-[ up by the two teams irom where[ ~N ~' I. ~,~ .... l~ g " " ------ ._ "k ,~" * * [l~rown and Wilson pacing the Pan T,,t,, ........... 26 13-23 65 [taineer team-for the hast two[nament team. An excellent driver]they left off in the Christmas tlol/ .~ "~ '~ Harpers Ferry FG F Pts and over all offensive performer ~da ~ tournament la The Cat P0$1 lIME 1 I~ II [ $1 -- THAT THE ICE CAPADES, truly one of the great- " ' :, ..... " [ther offense it looked as though[ "'[years, Both are seniors and beth I" " " : 3 P Y. '" "'1 ..... ~'s on ice today, and if you ve never had the oppor- [they would be able to hold the Littleton, f . ..' ....... 7 3-6 171have played major roles in the[ Patrone averaged 14.2 points last dinals scored a close 58-53 decis.[ ~ lift, ~p|~l by 4:30 p.m. ~,see the show, you should by all means and take [Tigers. [ Pleasant, f .......... 0 0-0 0]five victories as against two de-[ season. The 193 pound senior who ion over the Applemen in the op-[ va~.v Dova~a~c~ srmSx vwo [ But in the third period Coach [Mills, f .............. 5 1-6 11 [feats they ha,e t6 date Ritchie, a[ stands 5-11 is colorful and excit-!ennig round of the touznament/ ~ew gllm$ elttclos~fl heated .~zy, opens at Washington s Uline Arean on Jan- Ronnie Rice's Tiers be an to Hetzel c 4 2-5 10 192 ound 64 ha|Is from D ing type of player races with the but Mus~elman came within two[~.,,a~t.fl,~'r,~.:~),,,,~fl,.,~ ~,~ g g ............. p - , rexel ...... , ._ ..... close the a on the Panthers cut Iden. 9 3 3 21 ' ...... ball pell-mell down court like a oints of turning the defeat into ~"~'sh'o~'~s~:"i'i~ Food 8ale. . _~ tmg the lead to 4641 and just a Wilt, g .............. 1 5-7 7 the Bomber from Bellaire is from fullback. Lee, ine son ota west a victory. Thin game whmh will] ~Ya~'~out~t~v~a~ou,h Ke, r- . * * * ~ , [ ~inute before the end of the [ Galloway, g .......... 0 0"0 0 ]Bellaire, Ohio. R]~chie, a cool ex- [ Virgillia COl| n]ineF, grew uP irl also be preceded bY a Pl(]iII]ilJary| lley$,|||e d|rec$ to ~r&ck. A'] PAGE-JACKSON High School s chance of[,gamet movedh ahead.ff 1 e 1 [ ----------[perienced c6mpetitor, is a long]Piedmnt,, W. Va. and thus he at 7, will be played on the Shep-| __~aac*~ ~a~*x%_ v r., aa,aY ,:,, TO PAGE 2---B TURN TO PAGE 2--B .... ' I was t e o ens'v p ay of Totals . i .......... 26 14-27 66/armed rebounder: 'He is23 years TURN TO PAGE 2---B : herdstown High floor, t , , ' "-- ............... " WERE NOW $32.95 $22.95 $45.0O $36.00 $49.50 - $39.50 $55.00 . $41.50 $65.00 $47.50 $69.95 - $50.00 WERE NOW $19.95 - - $12.95 $25.00 - - $16.95 $25.95 - - $17,95 $29.95 - $20.95 WERE NOW $22.50 - - $15.95 $25.95 - - $17.95 $27.95 - - $19.95 $29.95 - - $21.00 $37.50 - - $27.00 f WERE $42.75 $49.50 $55.00 BELTS NOW - $31.00 $34.00 - $38.00 REDUCED 20% WERE NOW $ 8.95 .... $5.95 $ 9.95 ...... $6.95 $10.95 ..... $7.95 $11.95 ...... $8.50 $12.95 ...... $8 5 $13.95 ..... $9.95 WERE NOW $ 5.95 . . 4.95 $ 6.95 5.95 8.95 10.95 6.95 8.95 11.95 $ 9.95 - - $ 9.95 1 ,95 - $10.95 14.95 . . $11.'95 16.95 $12.95 17.95 . . $13.95 - $16.95 WERE NOW $15.95 - - $11.95 $16.95 - $12.95 $17.95 - $13.95 $18.95 $14.95 $19.95 - - $15.95 $20.95 - - $15.95 BOXER SHORTS REG. $1.00--NOW 79C---2 for $1.50 WERE $ 7.95 - $ 8.95 - $.9.95 - $11.95 - NOW - $4.95 - $6.95 - $7.95 - $9.95 TIES .... WERE $1.00 $1.50 $2.5o NOW 79c 2 for $1;50 $1.10 2 for $2.00 $1.79 2 for $3.50 WERE $ 9.95 - $10.95 - - $11.95 - - $12.95 - $14.95" - - $16.95 - - $19.95 - $20.95 - $21.95 - $24.95 - - NOW $ 7,95 $ 8.95 $ 8.95 $ 9.95 $11.95 $12.95 $14.95 $16.,95 $17.95 $19.95 WERE NOW $ 4.00 ...... $ 2.95 $ 5.00 , ..... $ 3.95 $ 5.95 ...... $ 4.50 $ 8.95 ...... $ 6.95 $10.00 ...... $ 7.95 $15.95 ...... $10.95 SPECIAL GROUP WERE NOW $4.00 .... 2 for $5.00 $5.00 .... 2 for $6.00 PAJAMAS m m $4.OO $~'00 NOW $2.95 $3.29 - $4.29 TIE and SOCK SETS wERE NOW $2.95 - - $1.69 TIE and BELT SETS $2.5O - - $1.59 HOUSE $3.95 - $4.95 - $5.95 - SLIPPERS - $2.69 - $3.95 - $4.49 LEATHER WERE $3.95 WOOL WERE $3.95 $2.95 u u SOFIES NOW $1.95 COMFORTS NOW RAIN COATS WERE NOW $13.75 ...... $ 9.95 $15.75 ...... $10.95 $19.95 ...... $15.95 $22,.50 - .... $18.95 9