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t .,o ,-. ..... ,o ----- , I I I I , i i on the Shepherd floor whon[ond one o, the season .............. _+_ I I I [] I I Wheeling came out on the long l opponents. 'efri -K ~ Johnson, f 10 0 end of an 82-74 score. Dean tossed in 25 ] THE WILT CHAMBERLAIN of college basketball, I / / I I I " ' In the Wheelin- battle Tom [ ........ s wvv,+ Rod Thorn, shoots ield goals almost weltI/ / | I I " ' Santer and Mike %Givern led/ L eoO: o2LeT .u:% Lr% r W:m t I I q I m I hTp:gH:~ePer~ F~rr~eH~ghhTiger; m:::~edh:phe_rd Co:lege cagers ~he~r:;a~h:nRaa2m2 g#gleaSSasU:tt]en/34. Hannas rolled up 23, v ,7 Jr :.]::::~:i:::i:~;~ .~ ..]~i - . g o breaK a iive game los . . " " tt throws. All eyes will be on him tonight (Thursday) when I I ~ ~ ]mghts of the season,evened thelr ing streak Saturday night with bred m a total of 32 points, while iplay a major role m pu. he trots on the floor at Uline Arena for the G. W. battle I I i~ !~i [recora at .a-~ ~'riaay evening an 83-32 victory over the Lynch- McGivern nad 24. [game in the victory col~ at 8"30 p m. i / l!iii : i : iii [ii /wnen ,mey oias~ea me.~eagesv.ii- burg College five on the Shep- was high for Shepherd, while/the Rams " " ~ J. .a. i I / iiii ii : iii /m ~lgn r~a.gms on. me Jumor herd gymnasium but Monday Duncan and Dean each had 17. | Hannas gave the fanS! COACH RONNIE RICE of the undefeated Ferry H gh ! II i::iiii~ I [79-50 score night ran into a hot shooting AI- Jerry. Hannas with 19 points [treat, with,h~s amazing ]~ ................ I 1 ~i~z~ ~:~:~ I / --. ... aerson-r~roaaaus tire a~ Amerson ~aturaa ni h~ r[oscoe ~ean/handling, ms pertecuy u , xigers WhO reeeivect several vor, es Ior wesl; v rgmm s I / / The Tigers who have been hay and suffered an 89-73 West Vir and .T~rrivy T-lagn a ..... /effective -asses which sd Coach-of-the-Year,. . .will attend, the Sports Awards drone. I II [ ~ .~ / ng good. and, bad nights to date, fflnla Conference defeat It wa~ Rnrnn+~v Fli~rh ~tar~....... enmhlnpd in [number of Sheoherd g~. i " , "'a. a. "k I ~ ~ iii~ ~i /much trouble in the Christmas ~ ~ ~+~ ...... Holiday tournament at Mussel ON YOUR TV SETS , WRC.-.Channel 4 Saturday at I [ma High School I 2"00 m you an look in on the Cincinnati Royals and + !] I Coach Ronnie Ric~'f lanlrv "Pin I . . t t t i - - i P .... , +' ........ . -.+,- _ theL AngelesLakers. Thel kerswlll eaturefomer , . liP++ + [ [ers, connected on 27 of G0 shots l l + + West Virginia U greats, Jerry West and Hot Rod Hundley I 1 + 1 [from the floor, while Hedgesville I m-- l qk, qS, II,.JP'V II along, with their Coach, .Freddie, S haus while, the oyals I l /hlton .only 21 of 3ne .." | ! will have Oscar the 0 Robertson going nem. I / I. Donmerie zei was me mg gun I ql , l _ ,am ,,I This should be a good afternoon of l mm B I . =. " -- --" TV basketball Don t ' ~or me r'errmns wno ran up a missit. "k + + . I/ l I SOOTS uD to a IO'[:'i .~ ~ 21 rebounds and teamed up with ~ +~ AND THE LAST LI~4E this week. There are many I / mm I +i ]Gary Iden to lead the Ferrians I +)i " b3 hbee e: o P t:miall?!lDobUtt ;:uTghr e a oSnJY i I ROD Tlto lmad- ,AJNm + I I _ 1 i Hunter, although held to his Big guns Rod Thorn and Lee Patrone lead the West Virginia|throw, ran up a 20.8 edge in the I ~/~ F~, .~(;~ :~ fharlm TOWn HI+ l ................ I ba.skeU~l team u it approaches the midway point of me schedulelthird quarter to assume a in- I _ L+=~ ~J~.~ :~ vm.u..~.~., lowest $corln total OX me season 1" Iwas stilt ..... m n~gman zor .......... anepnerua-'lwith only two defeat.. Thorn is matnta, ining am average of neaxlyiaway 60-35 lead. l L, 12 } [ ~ .-. ........ I .. g.. |g0 points per game and sparkling in every plma~ of play. Patrone, I Robe-+ Stearns lod t~,e Eoo~os I -/+~ town w n . ~ the more speeta, eular performer, was a whirlwind in leading the i ~ ~--~'-----L~, i much better form against the I The boxscores" I Mountaineers to victory in the Sugar Bowl tournament, w thll talhes, while Cecil Miller l ~ ~E~ll~~~l[! M I Cardinals then in most previous "~^"n " FG F Pts. I . I an(l l~.onnl.e.. ~irye each. Ima. to:: I i . . ,~,,+~ar.+ ~.w , rleagesville s tatentea ~unlor games, Coach Phillips stud thmr .... n]av was ~fill too erratic He said[Earnn,f ........... 5 4-6 14[ I Ch.-nh-+,le~^.,n [high quint ran up an easy 43-17 I ~.;.-+..~ .7. ..... h .,i=.~,+a ,,ithlEbersole, f .......... 2 0~ 41 /U~V dlUkl~OVll I dlI II$IMOIV8II Iverdict in the preliminary with i :: "'~the "'work'~'aof boys""'"likeV'""o"'~Ballenger,""" I Taylor, f ............ 3 L~ .71 ++ ..... - l~ __ __ I |11.%__ 1 ____,__ iP____ [ Harry.Miller" .taking" scoring latlr I Ebersole and Taylor. I vans' t , ........... t, aners vro. I win5 Analn rrom .+ po,.++, t i Once again it was Bob BrownlPr0. ,.c ............ "zl r I i. ,+he o scere." -- +1 ,, 0o, o o ,, 0,n,+ .n ,, '" ,,,+,, .......... 0 1+ IP" IU " 1 "rr" '+ " ~thwh14 ?nd DieCk~ntWhflrOn~oW:nth B~llefi~eg g"::::::: 1 4-4 6 air Of Games usselman High Littleton," }" :::::::::: 2 3~ 71 i parade I~ler', g ............0 ~0 01 The Page Jackson High cagers I. The Shepherdstown High Car-IH.etzel, c ............ 8 23_ le I I q~ ~il~~ -"~~e ...... iLower j, g., ........ v v--- ulsorely missed their ace-scorerloinais slant have as much troub/lden, g .............. u"l [| IIEi ar + | ~ : .. I Clarence Branson last week when I le turning back the Musselman [ S. Wilt, g .......... 3 3-4 9 1 +, "--4111I "" I Totals .,.. ...... 23 16-28 621 they ran up against two powerful I High cagers Friday night in I Shultz .............. 1 2~ ~ I! + " I Shepherdst wn FG F Pts. i out-of-state teams and the results [ Shepherdstown as they experien-I Galloway ............ 1 63 I/ ..... ---- :i ....... i Hunter, f: 6 3-8151were decisive defeats for the lcea in the Christmas Holiday tour ldaCKson ............ z z / .-~ M I! T I r I; I Snvder, f ........... 2 0-141Spartans, the first one coming on I nament, their victory this time I B. Wilt .............. 0 0-2 0 l : IW V I I 15p L I St'rider, f ............ 2 3-5 7 ] Wednesday night, Jan. ~ at the lbeing by a convincing 6348 score./ -- II ............ +_.. _+____-+_ -: __2.__ ___-___ :: ~ I Mills f ......... "" 0 0-0 0 1 hands of a more taller and power l The win gave the Cardinals a I Totals ........... 27 25-39 79II .P_~V~Yy-ptty-tlD, y-Lt~pO~lb~ lIl yOtll" ~D;VIII~+~ TO THE PTTRT,TC[ Iswo e c ...... ' ...... o 2-4 2lful Manassas (Va) quint by an i 6-2 mark on the season and it was [ Hedgesville FG FPts.[| ..... ........................ . 4 11 Iw ,,sh ~ 1 2-3 4182-40 score; and the second one i the fifth straight defeat for Mus-/Stearns, f ........... 5 1 li accounE, p I u s mseres~ compounoea I ........... 0 2-2 2loceurring Friday night against alselman I Miller, f ............ 4 2-210 I/ ': .... .... I~nt~,+g" .'.'.'.'.".".'." o oo 0ltowering FairmontHe~hts squadI Once again it was the Cardin-IMasn' c ............ 4 1.~ 911 regularly, will soon add up to "what , The Three Jewelry e zoresl B0yd, g 0 0-1 01from washington, Jg. t=. oy a /~'lal's high scorin- ace Charlie Hun t ~,verow, g .......... x ~.-~ I I ,.o,.+, ,.+., ....... -... ...... , .Is ra, g ':::::::::::: 2 x-3 139 score.. Both games were play-I ter, who led his team to the vic:l F r:ye, g ............. 5 o-+2 1 it takes" to make a cherished dream n~t~-u u=~t~, ,,,, u-,,,-= ~"1 .------- t eo on me rage JaCKson Iloor. I t-~" ,,,++h ~u ,~.+,~+~ t.,..,.,..a | Hire ................ x /~ o I I followin hours until further! Totals ..i ........ 13 13-27 391 In the Wednesday night gamels'tr~de"and"Ch~r~ie'~Swol~e'a+lso[Brind!e. :.+ .......... 1 0++ 211 come true. S vin s is the ke- to sue- ' g .~" Alorlgn~ u .t x b d ! IFreshman George Twyman turn-lgave Hunter a big hand in the l .......... I I .. notice.., vAILsrr .... ,, .,,,,. led in a fine game for the Spar-[offensive show. Stride had 16/ ........ ;,ll li, ;n z*, it:nanes rownL ~0@4r r,+.i ~ans.0"~ , nettin~o 16 points, but the/.,,+oints and Swore" came throuoht~ I Totals ~zx -xo lll I - ,+~o ~ v~ ,~,. J,.. ~v v. IDa;!ey' f "'" ......... ,, /Virginians were too tall and ex-[with 11. / ..... i l + Q A P ]wmtmore, t ........ _/perienced for the Spartans. Coachl Three fielders by Hunter and/ la nK' 0rml [I ..... . .., ~, ~, ~,~, ,,,., ,.,,or ~, *'~'[Hahn, f .......... 0 0-2 el Jim Tavlor's boys had been de io ,,o~, ,,~ ..o~ ~,, ~,,.~a~ f~o+ .... al ~a, .... r ...... It" I 1 ,",k~l:. V~I]P .~ll:r T.q C~ fi W rzll- fill i I 1age. |tacked, on 17 more points and| he hottest shooting team they|l :: Totals .......... or Swo e s hot shootin streak led have hit this season Friday ni ht o o '" " I~ The defeat was the fourth f p g . .g + SATURDAYS-- [Shepberdt own [PageJackson [to a19-17scoringadvantageover[when they went to Frederiek, ll Join the Ranks of Systematic Savers + ': :" ::'=:', :::::::: i ii :i] ! [ ]1 UrAlS:e;: nlllll Ar I llAnl r. TAIIIII I FEAGAH$ JeWeLRY I Totals ............ ~~IfrO~aag ~e~rge "T~yman" who!lug preliminary 18-16. .............. rr~rtrx n,~ma ~r ~.nanir~ led the Spartan stack wtth 20 I + "L ..... / mt " I., , %"--'--;--.. [Totals .......... /LU/LLU Uflllit Ul UHflHLLU IUlIII] HEHESY RWB.RY I .ew [P h 'boxscores. I naries/own JuniorIHa+e. Ferry " FG F + ' FROM ]PAGE 1 ./0-.e Saekson " FG F Pts ] - _ [S_tarliper, f .......... 0-! S/I For Friendly Help with All Your Banking Needs, you can depend on !] CHARLES W. YA. :dl d i a.ht2 "i':::::::: High Cagers Eke 0ul Fpa W eman, f ........ 0 I:+ +]! ...... FDIC---MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM +i'll | midnight on Saturday and 1 p. /Stevenson, c ........ 2 1- I Win a.^. u.....o ^.... Johnson: "g ........... 1 o-1 2 / 1 + + until 12 midnight on Sunday Jones, g 1 1-3 31 vvcn IItilpt lb 1K;li~ ... ........._ __ _/1 _ -**:] i Bowling instructions will also[C. Dozier,'g'::::::::: 1 0-021 Donald Noland's field -oal inlvleasanL g .......... 3 +il PHONE I0 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA!] .... ............ | be offered each night. . i G. Twyman ......... 5 6-8 16 [the final .... ] Totals 13 2-10 28 | I There will also be junior bow-IPaige .............. 0 1-2 11.... _ " .......... - " Men i 1 v.,,.,.,v t,= the .... iling for children daffy from -IClark . 0 !-' I ......... I . q + " " ~ -- = ....... oon un ~ ...... - ............ 0 0 2 01 t~narzes Town Junmr rizgn cagers I i~ COMPLETE LINE [ i?Gt rmUfnn nf?oYmtrl muntil 1 2 1-2 51 eeded:uni:;f i _thtea2a per l .... ::ii+; Im. on Saturday. Price per line of o. oo o _gLo+ +~..%. I or +compact? Your Dodge Dealer's got ~em both! :(~ ++'+ "'" O V "" I cSonwlim n dsra will be 3 + ............ I e Harpers Ferry ! Our full-size car the Dodge Dart. It is priced model for that will charge at idle, make the battery last far longer ! t Assisting McDonald'in the man Baile;, f ............ 3 o o+ I 'N"la-d " "" " ed "i+"eam +^ I model with Ford and Chevrolet. Here the comparison ends. than usual. There are 23 Dart models, with either six or +!+ ..... i u . , w.u i . + t w .... . . a, I g" P Y I P A I ]agement Of the.estabhshment w l+ MurPhY, f .......... 7 3-3171the victory, took a long -ass from [ Dart offers you features tts major competition cannot. V8 engmes. Read about our new 10w-pnce compact, be l otmrt z ener as asszstant H l 6 ]s, c , o v -+ ....... I;: L I: I, ! n ! t, A IL , ,: r+o.,~ . " ......... a .~-5 171 Larry Peer and drove in for a lay I To point out a+few: A unitized, rust-proofed body. Torsion- Lancer below. Then visit your Dodge Dealer. Either way, +ii ll'zlM liMP[l[' ! .... lh'al~y~'g' ~ " ......... 13 311u.p shot and t.he,one that wonI AireRide.Anda;newdevicecaliedanalternator-generator standard or compact, youget a great deal with Dodge, trrLIAINt.IV., I ........ no, " ........... 1 0 2 21me Jail game m me ast rive sec I i +: ................................. " "onds ' " -- + ++ ++ I I ~~ I +o,o,o ++ 1624 821 Coach Bobby Kershner's boysl J_ t I | :,+i @ :: ~ .................. " took a commanding 11-0 first per I " Ranges, I r swH|n Iou uu! u Fairmont Heights.. FG F Pts. l~.~ ,e..~ ....+ managed to hold on I , - _- T~IPJ~ ~ ~T+I ~ ~ ] 8 JLULt JL ~k~t OJUL~L Ghozson, f 4 04) ~ ~1~ .... ' ..... .... + -020 for victory the rest of the way. . i!!i~i[~ * I [ ~lllil~ nlonunlent .. " ......... ~ "-- 1liThe little Tigers fought back [ ~l~l~f I ~...e p ~IJ -, ~e,+ro~e )'+R ~~! ~: ~ ~ilr, -- .hi I ~ p ......... i Rennin, c ........... ~ ~.-~ 8 | gamely, however, from an 18-4 i i.ev~ lap t ~ oael ~r~'r~z For4 a~ ~+ ~ . Thompson, g o ~ for wasnexs; ~C 1 I. 1 _ ! . "'" " .... . ,+ . ,= [ helftime deficit, rolling up 24 1 +.,,+ | tJaraner, g . -u -- .. ,., . J LAW[IN C! -- - " ....... - - 2| points in the second half to 121 ,. I" "lelevlslOnll ] il]P ........ , ..... +v'X1|for the little Panthers, but itt --_ re:++ ++,. " + [I ~ m M : Totals 33 5-14 '+i " . ' :: : + :+:: + ! " ~ ~ ] ............ F Pts lane, this 1S where the Charles US BEFORE ]BUY. , Page Jackson FG ^? Town team finally scored victory [ Twyman, f ....... 8 ~ zo " " .+ -- | ~A"|" #~ ..... "" " 1 22 4[ Coach Kershner said that al-i --A h$O--o I ;~tU~J~ OJ ~" " ......... 1 2~ 4|though the schedule is still not] .al..,. o ,- " ..... 1 21Yet complete, mx more games arel i re.m+ '"" "Z+'~'' ~ ........ ,,7, 4 Ion tap and there are on their] + mvenson, c . .... ' A i I I ii i I P.. .+i rnml ..... U-o I ..... , ..... .I I