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,.h.e eve ere " F,i ,ay " ni , te 8 f'OF.ow. I" MI te m when that they kayoed t ke We t the., 'r " "--' " ' ' " . ,nd,ho w,n,e . ,ko,ey The x. nthor .,o o, C i EWS I /E wst5" " Pace West Virginia to 27th Consecutive ph s- /q P. ] ;t She erdstown Ex. Panther Trounce /t i II Home Victory; 100th Win For Coach Schaus Shepherd Also Ex.. Tigers. 91-71 For , ,, ,, .., Nmth Wm of Season BY / _ In Home DaTTle .... Once again ~he C'harles Town : team on the offense wit'h five field :~!~i~i~' ~:~::~i~:~i~!~i~::~ t~ ~! . .~' High cagers had to stage a great goals and five for.five fouls for I~i~i~!~::~ !mg. for the temperature second half rally to ~eep Cneir 15 points whim ~urns naa ~ ~ii~i~ii iiiiii::iiii}iii !iiili .ii} " ' " " " " . rs'y H h~S~ho(~ C~ePll~g tip, we note-- unbeaten record intact as they ran points and Emmon 10. ~!~:~.'.'.z ~i~::~:~}~;~;~;~ !i:i~i ~:: TONIC,11T ] ~~+,,,.,~, into more trouble then they had Hough wibh 13 points was high ~ii~i~::::~::! i::ii~i:.iii~ii!iiii::!i~ ii :::::: ::!i::iii "outheastern at Shephe ........ ' 'a'ann t'o i .. harles Town High's Purple Panther basket- ..... ~::~:::":::' :::::::::::::,::::::::.. ~: ................. ~~: s . ~ rd tory of t e "e' o '~: g . y bargained for in the Harpers Fer for Harpers Ferry while Jameson~*~::*::: ...:::::::~::~,~v: :~:::::: ....... ::~'~'~ - '" h ster Dou " ' , ~:..:~ ::~,:~:,:,.:::.- :.~ .......... ~ ..... : .......... Page Jackson at ~me e g ne defeat . . ~i-~ .... >-+:.:,::, .=4=>: :.: "x ....... O . c..:_-e .after their sixth straight victory of the ry High Ttgers Tigers Tuesday had 10 and Hoak nine ~:~!~:~i~.~.;:~i:!:~:~:i:i:~i:~ ..... : iiil;i :i .................. s [night on t,he Charles Town HitphIn the preliminary game played ~i~i~i~ili~:~!il;~iiiiii~iiii~ ii::i~i ii~i[ FRIDAY [ ba~.'t~rd'nz:ehPe~h~ aZt~c~(~se ~an~e [Panthers couldn't sew up the 53- Panthers and the Charles Town ~~i~!:~[~!i~ i i Berkeley Springs at Charle~ Town w~[} ~ne r~x-t-an~n.ers n~u~n.~ o~,y PrlIlgS In(hans ! gymnasium and consequently the between the Charles Town Ex- ~)~i$~~~i!.~i~ii~;i iii:ii ::i::Martinsburg at So Hag'erstown / .:'~ .~ "~, .~ .L'_ ..~.~:L.... :: *. . . , . . , ~i:i:i~'~ ~i:..'~::!i~:~,~!~ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: !!i~i~i~.~. t~ Slim live-pom~ leao ~u~ In ~zm final period thers were no match for the Ex- ~;~~i'~!/~}~${ i:~ Jr. H,gh Gym I ..... f;...~ ,, ....... e th. h,~. h p en of Shen-any day now39 deczs~on until mzdway of the High Jumor V~rs~ty the httle Pan ~":':::::::~i'~ :!~a~vi~i~::~ ....... ;:~:~:~::~::::::~* ..................... ::~:" .......... ]llarpers Ferry vs lledgeswlle r .~ ..... n ,)~ wv Go,,,h- ~.- ~.Wns (Charles Town's newest race track) to The Pint,hers, now boasting a Panthers who moved into a 9-2 ~:,~:~~~i,~i:~:~t :~!~::: iii::Musselman at Shepherdstown /.~"ff.~') ..... '~-,"~"~..Y~ ~"~: ,K':'~.~ 5-0 record on the season were hrst permd lead and coasted to .... g~. ,~ -~....::[@ ..... Page Jackson at Rimer -.^.,. ....+ ",, ,., ~ ,~ r .... , ,r th,~ . ~ ~ , ~ ... s:::~ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ============================== ======================= .':::~::~':~ ul'~ar~ w~zl~ i~" uc~ ~,~ ~*u*~ ~,, ~,, mt of officials for approval of the West Vir- ]down 17-19 at the halfway marka one-reded 42-14 vkctory , ~ :~ ...... ~ ............ t _. " .a.g Commission to work the 62-day summer ~..'- .~ .................................... ~:::~,~:::::::./~ .............. ~:~,~:::::::~ .............. ~ ........ SKI"t~UDa~ I Ex rigors [and were leading by a narrow 36- Chrisman led the Ex-Pant~hers~~} i;~}i~i~::~::;}}::~iiii~ ~,z:.~ " - " ~. ~. ' gon May 1st. Some of the names on the 33 margin as they moved into the to the victory wi.t'h 10 points while ~:~i~ ~::iii~ii}}~ii::i::~!!!~"~i~ili::i!i::[i[}{iiii!i::ii::iii::::::iii!iiii~iiiii!i ]Martinsburg at Shepherdstown Their ace scorer, ~rnze rtuci- [ " el ner'o Hine had eight Six of the Ex ~~ ~i~i~i~i~]!~i~::~j~i~:~i~!~i~!i~i!iii~i~i~i~i~!i~}i:~:!~ IFairmont at Shepherd I olph led the Ex-Panthers .to the fin_...___Ld C ~ - .:::: :: . ~:-:~l : :::~t~ ::::::::*:::::::::::::: ::::::: :~ ~::::~::::::~ .... j . a~e Your eyes pop---wait and see! ! I [ 2~hree quick field agls bdDanny Panthers players figured in the ~~~ !i:iiiii!i~ii:~iiii~iii!!iii!}::!~!iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii:: i !!!iiii~:.~ .... S[!NDA .... wet0fy by,rol~ng.~n a..t.ota~o~h~~ ]Eismon two by Larry Burns and scoring ~~il iiii!~!iii~ii::i !ti:::.hii:::i~i}~::i:.::~::iiiiiii ~:!i /~t. Jonn's oz v)estm2nster at ~t. ipom~s wzu,~.ct~,~y ~.u~u.~.s i~ .lephone conversation with an official of the ' . ~::~:~ . : :i: :::~::::::::*~:!~i:i~ii::~:~:i:!:i,i::i~:i:~:i:!:i:~:~ ............... ~ii:'.:,~:!:: ~oe i z,~ pomps r-oz' u~c r~x-~r. [one by John Skinner, broke the The boxscore: ~ ::::::::::::::::::::}:(:: ............................................................................... ~::~: ] ] " ... :.' _.~ .................. vn Legion baseball club last Sunday night. |game wide open for the Panthers. Charles Town FG F Pts.[ :BOB CLOUSSON :BOB SMITH ] MONDAY JAN 12 was wa~}n .~el s ~o pomps ill,it, ' pzovea nigh infielder and (home run hitter) ih / With neither team able to doSkinner f . .: .... 5 5-5 15 1 ". -- ' " " |m,,~b o~,'in in the first neriod Flemin' f 2 0-0 4I The West Virginia University Mountaineer cagers gave their coach I Shepnera at West Yirgmm xeeh The ex-Panthers will play three ~am League durin the 1957 season and who |t"l~v'T_T~r~.~iso~n_rc'oa'c,hed P, anthers Wilt f ............ 0 0-0 0[ Fred Schaus his 100th victory since he became head basketball coach [ TUESDAY, JAN. 13 ] games this week. They played the edto a Philadelpl ]a Phillies contract, asked /ga~ne~l"~'-slim 11-9 lead on the Spinks } ............ 0 0-0 0 at West Virginia Friday night when they romped over Yale Uni- Shepherd at W Va State Chjrles Town Junior Varsity Tues bei ity of getting a job at the race tracks [strengt~h of t, he shooting of John Buroh"f . .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 2 1-1 5[ versity 80-52 in Mountaineer Field House. And pacing the West/Charles Town at I~l'artinsburg [ day evening; on Saturday.Jan. 10 /SkiTlner who rolled in three field Eismon, c .......... 5 0-2 10[ Virgi'nia ati~tck along with All-American Jerry West were Bob Smith[Harpers Ferry at Wardensville ] they w.!lt mee ~nepncr(1 i~:i~~ and playing baseball with the LoTion. l~oals Hou~,h kent Harners Ferry Coon~r c 0 0-0 01and Bob Clousson. Smith tallied 20 points and Clousson who haa Shenherdstown at St Joseph's ~rom biwer ~pring, MO.; aria ]~n the scoring wit(h a~ield goal Burns 'g ........"" 6 1-2 13[ some teeth knocked loose in the Tennessee game, rolled in 10[ = "Martinsburg day they will tangle with the Win- ring in a satisfactory manner at the Charles ]and three foul tries Coffman ~, ........... 0 0-0 0 .poipts. Smith was the big scoring gun for the Mountaineers in pa~e Jackson at Leesburg t chester Creamery cagers. a.! Hospital after fighting off a siege of pneu- | In the ..................... ~ennd r~riad Plemin~'s Robinson ~ .......... 1 0-0 21 the first half as he rolled in 17 points. At one time in the firsti WEDNESDAY Jan- ha.- The Saturday night game will tl,_JaY Eyster, West Virginia Raring Steward [ wo goals and one by Eismon was Ranalli, g . ......... 1 2-5 4[half Smith rolled in five successive field goals and put the Moun- . . ~. ' . ". [be a tough one for Ex-Panthers [all the.cs oringthe Pant~h zs coulde ] taineers ..... ~ar out in zront of the Elis.v And in winningo, theiro 27th BerKemy. ~prings at ~,ausseaman .a.s the Sit vet. SDrinu_ ".r team, will ]come up while at t~he same Totals .......... - ] .................... I ' . 1 .... uac in the harness before too long... ' 22 9 15 53 eonsecuuve nome wc~ory Bob Clousson gave a nne performance With the Christmas and New have the edge in height w h one l .... FG F Pts ooCn ozzenssveiy aria aezensive~y lie rohea in zour zieia goa~s aria Year's celebrating over sectionalI la er Bob Mvera standing at 6- ,t~me Jammon was rolhng zn threee Harpers Ferry . [ ........ ~.. .... . . [ . , . p y ..... }irginia s Mountaineers stake' their national]field goals, Houg'h one and Hoak Hoak, f ............ 2 5-6 9] ~wo ~oms aria punch aown a ra~r snare of me rebounus. ]and are~ scholastm basketball lll and another Ray Windsor [two foul shots to give the Tigers a Iden f .............0 0-0 0 | ] te~tms have now embarked upon ! standing at 6-6. st two teams which have caused them plenty [slim halftAme lead. 'Davicison, f .......... 0 1-4 1 ] ,. ~ ,,, ~ w [ a .... ,~ ~ ~ , [ a long grind of full-scale cage wari ...... n the past, Penn State (Thursday night at / In the third period five Charles Jamison f 5 0-1 10l M~M'|nC~I|PN It1#111 IIr~ [APflVITU /h KS Kl~CIIm$~ I fare which will show no let-up un-E * at Penn State and Canisius Saturday night /Town players got into the scoring Hough, 'c .'.'.','.'.'.'.'.'." 3 7-8 13 [ r, nnN. m ommul$,, Ir-,,,,,,$ mv ~. ili~,#u|n~u.]til tournament time in late Feb-!beenscholast~cServingUPbasketballsomemofthethes(( 'bestuon act led by Larry Burns and the Mills, g ............ 2 2-6 6 ruary, i#~ " " r ' ~ ~ Ruffa]os big" Memorial Auditorium... ]Pant~hers moved out in front and Kidwiler g .......... O, o-o o]Hectlc 63 62 Battle To in Cage League Tonight] w, tha total of 18 battles ontaplto date. . wen.t on to victory ' -- * ~ " .... bet~ween tonight (Thursday) and Friaay night's headliners will | Skinner led bhe" Charles Town Totals ...... 12 15-26 39 Iror| Hrill S Sentmels (T-ursdaAet~wty will) i bethrzesumed~hazlestOmghtTown [ next Wednesday 'evening and wit ' ." .. ' the first round of the 1957 NCAA tourna- ] ...................... | t . n. ._.y _ n . ' ": ._ I all ten schoolboy teams 'plus Shop I Springs High Indians coming into JUDIOI 1-11gFl c~ymnaslum IOl Lne / I A ~ ,~r~ z-~u,, h, th~ M~' [ " ~ " " ' ] ~"'~ r'~"'e in .action' ca~e fans Charles Town to face a still un- | .~ ar~u y,.....,,~,o0.aj ,.~j ~ ,~,.- , . ~t~tu ...,utt~.~, , .=. ~ , . four teams m the Jefferson Coun will have uite a beaten Cha, rles Town H~h team " " . tlnsburgH~gh Bulldogs fell at a t of the section q I ,~a_fternoon, with the temperature hov~rlllg ]W0r~ds ChamD~0nshlD F00tbaH As [point short of tyingup theirtyo .... Independent basketball~. ~-easle g ~e 1 selec,tion of games to choose from,which wilt be going after victory [ I I | Ch~mh~rl.~ncl V~ll~v L~- !aider ~wo weeks oz rayon ,o c u e[ ~,~,~ ~-or- ,q,'ht ~ No. 6' the Musselman riign cag- ';" egree mark, a good sized crowd of patrons ' ................. " ......... of the Chzistmas holidays I ............ " "" " " ' s ~ to , he d Colic e s ers travel to Shepherd to~ n be . ~ ue battle with Fort Hill School of "" " " "7 , Although Shep r g L - : ' La? the eight-race program at Charles Town Seen on a Balhm0t e Colts Snectai i Cumbe land, Md. Friday on wflMle~teinghten~?gohwtnhraSnt2tcoPntm" Ram cagerswillhave the sectional the guests.of the Shepherdstown t I~ Y tlzgh Caromais wno now nave a ~ned $243,662 through the mutuel windows. ] Ithe Martinsburg High'hardwoods ,., "hicks and the W & R Sales spotlight to themselves tonight : ". Miller, bread-and-butter player for the Charles I h;O :dD~N~ [~i~ !'~S~s~'!~rerW'~i~ta~m~! ~:ub:e~ ~iT~an~.~Se : ctho~:~: .!i~nrid#i) a~i!i!~:~in~!i Ac.~::ii t!I ~/~insG~i.~ ',an Legion baseball team for many years, ~UtSTt :Ril~; [ tlil~ 'S~al r o cagers are currently leading leag }t the Leffion's New Year's Party thst he ] ~ M.~in~ ~Im;th [ With both teams' showing a- ] ' - night when Berkeley Springs wiil[er-coachod Ferry Tigers h~'e scot -W.ery Sunday game through the month of ' ............. ........ ................. ....... tue play. be in Charles To.wn' Harr~rs Fez" leo victories over ~ez'zemy ~pringg 3 rst one in June before he called it quits ] ' . Iing and defensive play seen on the I ....... . . z'y will be battling Hedgeswlle a't I and Mu se] man and now have a .- US Masters de ree either at West Virginia I Got up a)ou.t five Sun. morning |such and such whereupon the (>i- I Martinsbur~ floor in some -ears I I~hee /l~ ~m,~#! ~te the Martinsburg Junior High gym i z recora. ~ 1"1133/11II IIUIIII;MMe The Page Jackson H~gh Spa~ ] frisky as a Colt and eager ~to head ] fieial of the Pennsy RR said "Why |,,h,~ ~ame could have -one, to ] ~ nasium; and Musselman High will I , s . ,. ashington during" the summer months,o. ['for Baltimore. Phil Porte rfield Iman we kill more passengers .thanle~er team Coach Geor~ Whir- 111" ........ .,, ~^m-~.~e be at Shepherdstown. t tans will also oe acuve', r'rmay ] cooked a choice breakfast for us I that. But everyone on ~he train |acre,s Martin~bur- Bullcl~-s were I/l~a~}Ul:/ WUIIlall ~In tonighVs action Coach Jes- I night moving over to neighboring bracing under the lights, which has t I"mg Daddy" Davis and his VPI | rolled thru Wllmingon, Del., the | and wi,th two of the starting five I rf~[~r[l|I~ ~| [~u|~|l idle since Dec. 13, will be attemp- !Rimer rlign and this is another e ]and we were off. Stopped by for | was in a gay mood by the time we | down 53-38 at~ter three ~eriods I I~_..-__--.*-....~ k~..J*....-- se Riggleman's Shepherd cagers, I Martinsburg to be the guests of ! attendance threat to baseball, drew more I foot~ball classmate and house guest | home pf E. I. Dupon,t de Nemours |sidelined vi~ the nersonal foul I ~.o ~,", .v~ .... ~ .... h,ter of ting to get, their third victory in one which the Spartans ~lmu|d this year at Yonkers, N.Y. The nightly [george Worthington of Washing' |Co (Uncle Dupy). Even ,their vast/rou, te the Martinsbu~- cause seem I.." ....... ~----'~ir~m~?z- of a row i chalk up in the victory~cohunn. ~out to How many big league club I ton. D.. C. South Samuel was. still I r.eseareh organization has never [ ed hopeless. Bttt o~ce ~gaffl the ] ~a:rryanl?e, zv~j ~ grand~ir~gh. Als0 'tonight Page Jackson Hi~h's Two In SRePherdstown . llK~ make that boast?.. I slicI~ 'w~th pa'~es o~ ~ce a~t s~x A.|~evel,oped throu~ Che.mlstry) alCY| Bulldo s sta ed a ~eat comebackI ~h 1 te Mr and Mrs Jack Spar.tans w~H travel to ~incI~es- Saturday" n~ghlt tl}ere will be "' [M. ,bu, t ...... ,the hlgr~ways nad been l cnemrcal~ to-rep,~ce ~ne en~hus-|~ust asgChev ghad doneg in Cumber-Im~ter ...... of t ef a~,r,w~od .... Farm has ter Va. to be the guests of Doug- basze~bail apmmy throng p ace ~' l l cindered and we proceeded to- lasm of a Col.t Fan ~ ~ i nin h ir en .....~" ......... " " m w n g . . lax H~gh and the Spartans have Turn To 2-B ............. | .... ~ome |land, Md. t e op - ] been elected t~easurer of the Cram I Town Le ion baseball heads have received waras l~alt~more wzmou~ mcmert~ ~:very zew mmu~es one dri ' " ......... "'| ..... - ~ II "mme a |lug game but ,the ve just mms- I ma Iota chapter of Sigma Alph'aI baseball games here this summer from ! e~ppr0acnlng ~'ennsywanm ~a.~-i WOUm s~ana up aria ye'..un ~ed ' ~ ..... adison CoUe-e Harrison .... n L " ~o~a a~ ~v~ rines, Camp Lejeune Marines, Parris Is- lion in the center of ]~altzmore a| C....glmme an O...g~mmm .a ..... | I_ .. ' 1 - .................... little halter d~wn we we,re surpris-I gimme a T....gimme an S. Wadda ] I ourg, va. . _ . ~ [ II I t- M I II w" r ~ r s n ~ t~ r r Sigma Alpha ioca is a national , [. ttle Creek Naval Station, Bollin Air led to see more .than Six thou~nd|you got_COLTS. ]Football team instead of on d~he I ............. [ M R J ii I PIU L L i: A !~ St PI L I: l~. big pitcher Francis is still with Boiling") ICol,t fans, and "2[ do mean ~hs,| A coffee and sandwtc,h hawker|Redskins. ]iPr~s'?in?(~ Ior?~m~Y a~ s~an~'s] [milling in and around .the ~|/,O~.'.]came through chanting 'get your| We went o Yankee Stadium a- ]f.,, ~h~ hlcrh~,t in" ~u~ioi,nn~hin I .~ " 'orce Base and one-or two others... ..... ........ . ....................... |Looked like a crowd hea.d~t. ~'~}'|hot cakes, corn flakes, benezme ]bou, t one o'clock .and ,watc~hed the I .............. +hat ~. coP~=e stu ] ]the races except everyone and ~asoline; Also ham, spam, and [ warm ups ot the play-I~en~ ~ave~a~'~ood schol'ast~c aver'[ lPY and smiling. / . '~'~ .; ]str~Wberry j,am..Turned ou~ he!ers and spectators: The House/a e~in her music sub'ects andI I "~" I_. son of St, James School's athletic direc- I Most all w~re carrying l~l~h~R- | was a Giant fan and proud of Chat ~ That Ruth built is fox- base / ,ga+ she have been recJommended ~k ~ I 11, is a Dana a ain following the birlh 'of lets, ,bottle~, avercoltts, bottles, ~[te&ms .defensive' line especially| ball and not fooCbal:l .as far as ~the music facul.ty The grouP] ~ ~ ~ |n.ants, bottles and some jus~t-IRooseve~t ,Grier. He was i,mmed-I seats are concerned. It's just .al-I _ ' ~he same intez:e~ts in -ro I ~ ~ I ~ ~I~,~ aaymond Hill. The Hills also have a daub.h- t,Ues. ~Phere were four s peciitl/ti*~it:iS|.Fately nicknamed Rosie and told i most impossible .to squeeze Porter [ s~naTes~m,,~i~ ,nd i .... vinerlJin" I ~~ ~'~~11~ Practicing law in .Parkersburg, W. Vm tleawng and you didn t hs, ve,. ,ol t.h~tthe only l.ine the Grants had ! field his long underwear and I .......... zefo~m ..... I ~ ~ I [read at ,that early hour|w~s a gOal line and bha Che Colts I overcorat on down in, to those nm'-[ s ' rceive l nCa " I ~ ~ ~ in ports for 1959; Baseball-Yankees and mine which itrain and cok~h ~&s/Would Cross t~h~t any time theY[row seats Mos, t everyone back l ~.. ~ .~ "] [reserved for you. Hoid~rs .o! Red war, ted to .. RoMe was a good l home sa,w' 'the game on TV soI Iina) 2?A~.n:eC~ui~leuIc l'~isdDmrOSl t| ~L ..I ~ ~ t| ~ ~ t. the third straight year. No American [ tiCkbts got on a red .train ahd hold spo'rt and assured one and all that/won't go into that except to state [ mo~o o ~ n hi~,,~th~,~,~i~ .,: / N II W I, II I N !, il rer is ready yet to knock off the Bombers I ers of blue 'tickets goi~ on a ,blue he WOuld have plenty of hot ,coffee / that at no ,time did the Colts fol- I '~'? ..... ".' ..... ' ~-':'~t'i~-~ ..... ~ ~ I ~k~ 1~| ~ ~F 1 I ~ ~b~ I /train etc. Designated by col0rs:in av~.llable on the trip buck ~to hetp |iowers think they wouldn't win I si~eanCn~u~snc '~iUlS~ TM ~ e apy ana: figure to have it tou her if Red Schoen- [ stead of numbers. A very helpful dispeil the gloom and despair the/.the rehampionship They were even/ % -_ '. ..... : ' make it back ,to playing form after his ]arrangement., We saw Mr. and Co~t foRowers would experiencetselling Col.t penn'an~s before thel.,,, ss- na1"Pe..2sgnrc umm e -#tO/ # l=l= | Mrs Russell Fritts at the station af,ter ,the Giants clobbered Joan-/game wi,th Na,tional ~oolt'ball Le,ag I ........ Y ...... ", ~"" :~.r =; /lI Ill 111 -/m. I IlPllI "- " ......................... "~o t ........ 8 "rinLed on t is majoring in pmno. M~ss rnarpe LV IV ~ /Irdl VII ]l-leaQeo. I0r one oi I~I~~ ]~y U~.~]~,#~ C~ ~ . tue t~nampmns ~o p / ~ .,o^ ~ ,~,~o., ,,f ~he M~,~ison |trains. We finally pulled .in, or rather|them Don't believe Yankee Stad-! ~ 2 .... m ...... ~, y. ~:, . ~,. ~ Yost was traded to the Tigers, Cal Grif- | On each seat were directions on under New York Ci,ty and every-/.lum has ever heard or witnessed [,~e~we n~~cer~mb~rc~s~r~res~ee ................ Turn To Page 2-B [how to ,get .to and from Yankeeone was herded ,by police t#hru 'the[such noise and celebrating as 6c- Found~tl~ion and t'he CriterieYr ALL WOUL A~ LOW A~ "- [Stadium by su,bway and depa~ure O~tacom,bs a few yards to a wait-]curred for an hour after the Sud-Irn ,,~. ' SPORT COATS - - - $19.95 [time of the specials returnirtg to ing su.btrain. I believe the N: Y. I den death victory. They even had l"~'~'~'' ~" , , YY qk~ For |this to memory so we wouldn t be six t~housand Colt followers ttbove' I 'back on seve~al~ times because~ ~ ~he ~as Jr" He k'~ssed all t:he giir|s ......... "~ ,~111~_. ~_~_ [Baltimore. We had Davis commi,tei.ty f,~thers were afraid to auow I to .turn the ligh~ts of the stadium ! AS LO~r ~ left at the gate coming back In ground to Times Square at eleven [Col, t; fans wouldn't leave the place and even kissed a Pennsy Railroad 'CAR COATS - - - - 11.95 any crowd we fel't we could al-o'clock on Sund,ay morning. Guess I By lhis time the Colt cheerlead- police sergeant who was passing ways find him and he could leadthe N Y City Assoc- ors were spelling out CHAMPS through Of course your contin- ALL WOOL ~ , atv ~,~ ]us home. iation wa ted to p -[instead of_COLTS, gent from Charles Town joined in 0 lIT rid t~ ....... n kee these splen ...... ' .,~, ..v.. .~,, " I The. first thing we noticed ~tf,ter did Ohristians in the subterran: t The ride back downtown on the all ,the frivolity but since we were~ U I ~ ..... ~/.DU I large .sign reading "Refreshment the arena where ,they we e..~o. Del wilder ,than before. We arnved rasm considerably res,tramed. AS LOW AS --All Seasons getting settled in our coeCh was a can c~tacombs until they reaonea,[ subway to Penn. Station was even not from Baltimore our enthus' . . . . All Good Reasons /Car Ahead". I just. never sam so slaughtered by the Giant gJaai,a- I ....... there a.bou.t six P. M. and our , We arrived back at Pennsylvan-. , . ~ L~I Z-~A v ~ a~l~ o ~ " " " - ,!)o.~,J~ ~ | many people wantmg to be refresh tors. . ]train was to pull out at 7.15 so ~a Statmn m Baltrmme at 10.30 ed so early in the morning so soon While whizzing along in ,the sub we had to dash up on BroadwayP M and the place was still hip- Here's the "right now" serv;ce you're lafter breakfast. But noticing sev- way train I have never seen so land find a quick Au,tom,at Res- ping when we drove away. A bed AS LO~ A, ]ooki69 for and expecL Phone firs! -- oral persons returning from ,that rn~ny in ~ libtle space, so ,not for I taurant wh~re you pay your mon- in Charles Town never fel,t so ~ I T - - hen ~t t ~ _--hoT MINUTE MANager has the [direction balancing several small so long. Even t " OOK only[ ey and take your chmce.'good' after being on Che go for ,--, ...... . " " ,e ..-.-. money ready when y,O~ ] cans which I took to be fruit juice thirty minutes : to reach Yankee I otu. Blue Train Special pulled twenty hours, wi,thout a let u,p. ~x xzr~t~r ~rr~ ~ll)T/~'~T A~ lr g~II7 ~tl.2 [ we decided to ,go forw~trd and in- Stadium one hundred and .t;hirtyl out on time with everyone even The entire trip was an even,t of a ,~ ,,vv~ ~,~, ~,~,,~,~, .~o L~W,, ,~ ~//need it[ I'vesti'gate. Two oars ahead w,s the blocks from downtown. Then we| in higher spirtts than before. Some hfetlme, which IS JUS' about often " A , ~- ' ' ' ' ' SWE TERS .... $3.9o [ refreshment bar, I mean refresh c~me topside into the glorious sun ] of ~hem never got ou~t of ,the cat enough to make it . I ment car which consisted~ of ashine and elevated railway. /acom~l~s and haven't seen the a- ~ AS ~tr ~S ' Fm Fm m ll'' [coun, ter about' elbow high run- , We s~All 'bud ~bou~ three hours[hove ground porCmn" o,f New York ' [ ~ lr /'~ Tr T~ m c~t ~ ~v,*~ a~"~ ning the entire lenjhh of Che unil game time sode~idecl,to walk City except for Yankee S.badium. ~ J ~k ~.j rk P.a I ~ .... ~z~.~k) remaining area w.s lover a couple ,blocks to the Plaza/.~u, h,alf of the Colts Band .nd ,R A r 114 g , LY 8NI8 say to his friend "I just can't ,day Dinner'The weather wus jtlstl and down ,the aisles ,of our tram 'I :#tm~ In ~:.~*Iv *.,el l;#~t l;nf~ Islanding room. I heardone patron ,Concourse HoCel for, good Sun,/cheer leaders were parading up ' ,.~ . ~ ! ......... [ stand .to eat on an empty stom-i like the kind we nave m ~naries/whooping it up with noise and~| /l'lltIR/l~ /lltlN ~ inter meets A ~I ~II~III-I-~ IV T1F II [ ach". So instead of finding frui,t I Town for the W ' / gayety. 8till yelling Gimme ,a C ..... [ juices, coffee and donu,ts there was beautiful sunny day in the high I gl,mme an O... gimme an I... at _ -- -- IJ~.l I& ~1~ III II IIII 11 III III1" | l a National Boh and Old Crow. Of .forties and more like early Fall[which time someone yelled gimme RECEMBER 18 - THROUGH llllYN If. I'lllINIR 1"lllll411 R', ,m ~t was 8 15 Athan Wlrtter a beer FEBRUARY 1 5 |virgil ~ ~V~IIIIII ~i~Im~IIIIIiIh ! I course by t:ha,t ti e ' : ' ' / 7, 9 9 I M. and ,the train was weaving to- As we arrived wt ~he hoCe.1 ,t)he/ Singing "Har~g Down Your ...... ~zr~,'~ ~zr .~ot,,xr~,~,,xr omr,~m V II~l'l/~, ]ward the o~,skirts of the City. Colts Poo~ba]l team ' g,Heads Poor Giants" to the tune of --- ' --- ' " [B S ea ' oWca emawd g Pn ', Id.t s~:di'ut~ard~gn~h~gr~USeesbfr[pTan~inD~0t~u p~:y~nhgC2~nb~de POST TIME 1:00 P.M. PHONE 911 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 6 and 7, Mason Building logo Ibsilas,t inspected in 1950. The !side "Big ~ddy Li,pscomb (6' 8"]Sain,ts] Cxo Marching Bye, it was 8 RACES DAILY n i and 290 l~bs) Art Donovan Grog somethm Goin u and oomlng way that Pennsy Eleotric e g ne . , ' ' g. g P '' : CHARLES 'TOWN 790 pulled ,t~hat train a~ 80 miles an Marchetti, Alan Amache, Jahnny[back one~luite exu,beran,t fan wear HEATED CLUB HOUSE '.Q[TIT (PT.IT'I~ RTAI~qPR l~l~I~l~ITADV 1 ,hour made me recall a conversat- Unitas and lit~tle Lenny Moore/ling a white headgear wrth horse ...... o,,N .... E--.- T.. J..'.. .':.... ! ion alleged to have Caken place (6' 1" - 198 l,bs) you wonaer now shoes on the sides .and COLTS Al/D'lli~;:~lU~I.UU Ip~#t ,~ll~'IP~ "l'ft .la~ln I~a~Mo" I Lmbween a bragging B. & O. pax- such huge men cax,_ move so iast./painted on fron~t and back was a _OAND TAND ~n i [ senger agent Who stgted ,t.he hum- Guess ,thut, s why they ate playing ! king pin in leading ,all the cheers "~'~ ~" "" "-''-'" I her Of persons riding his line was on ,the Worlds C,humpionshi~p / and songs, was called by all "Uni- II I .....I ...... 77-- ............. "7" ................ --- .......