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JEFFER, 0N rAnMr_ ADVOCATE SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE TIJURSDAY, .IANUAI{Y 15, 1959 NEWS VIEWS BY MAX BROWN ts Who Big Stories--- LOuisville, Kentucky, May 10, Special Corres- the Spirit of Jefferson-Farmers Advocate l i}ey, left Louisville this morJ ng after filing t of the historic"running of the Kentucky Derby ar!es Town paper. "I'm headed for the Preak- said. "My editor wants a first hand accounl." .New York City, New York, October 7: Max tor of the Spirit of Jefferson- Farmers Advo- [!e didn't know why it was that business always to come to the Big City in October. "But lere,', he said, "I might as well get the story }rld Series." NewYork-Ciiy New York, November 28: C. mith, widely known correspondent for the re'it ) .... | "2 'armers Advocate, in town today to cover " olts World Championship game, had but one ;a. make after the thrilling Colt victory: "Big Vls should have been playing for the Giants." Wasl ingto-n, D'C, January 7: HWM, corres- r the West Virginia Spirit Jefferson - Farmers re_Washington today to report on the opening Congress, stated as he left Union Station to-- ',an all rest easy now. The Democrats are back ;ton in force." " 4 P Charleston; "Va,-January I': W. . C. - erson County "representative in the West Vir- e of Delegates, arrived in Charleston today for m.e.eting of the West Virginia State Legisla- ald he would continue a practice he started t ears ago of reporting activities in the legis- ne Spirit of Jefferson- Farmers Advocate. ',%lk.s! When there's a big story to report, in i ,l olitics, the Spirit of Jefferson- Farmers Ad- nad and will continue to have a man on the - You a first hand account Our secret ffgents rocket to the moon is "under construction. I to this newspaper. Any week now we may [or Smith-- or even Big Daddy Davis--in i:tball coach Art- Lewis and backfield coach Ed . .the West Virginia Mountaineers, were visi- rles Town for a short while on Tuesday. stop-- i rles Town High for a look-see and talk with e prospects. They left here with their next Falls Church, Virginia... . I i ho "basketball team which had ,,prig m a very successful fashion with five ',.Starts--collapsed on all sides Tuesday night Unsbur ore a pod raze crowd it" High court bet g " n the Bulldogs posting an easy 65-37 decision, were unable to find themselves at all and for their accuracy at the foul stripe-- "' nave lust as vell left their uniforms in c} e Too bad, too bad! ! ! , td BarFs own Charles T Junior High cagers action tonight (Thursday) at 8:00 O. m. .)Carney to Martinsbur for a clash with the team of that school. _. [0Uld be a fairly large delegation of local fans the Purple Panthers to Winchester Satur- r their 8:00 o. m. engagement with Coach ~qeX' " r . s Handley High Judges. these two teams F? m several years on the basketball court and "' See that they are returning to action... , ~o 2-B ~ T~ To 2-B . _a h Loans All Seasons :-2j ... All Good Reaso.s ~,/ Iqokiri9 for and expect. Phofie first-- ! ~ The MINUTE MANager has the :~,~'~----"~ money ready when you :~-~.'~\\~/1[ need it. Free Finand l ' Counseling Service 6 and 7, Mason Building q0NE. CHARLES TOWN 790 (:. Jerry Derr Achieves Scoring Which few Can Unless he has a lucky charm, a four leaf clover and a couple of horse shoes to boot. seldom does a high school basketbal,l player ever Bucky Bolyard, One Of Mountaineer's Top Scorers Is An Amazing Athlete Though he sees with only one eye, Bucky Bolyard is shooting field goals with nearly 60 percent accuracy to lead the West Virginia lCharles Town Goes With Shepherd r~rIIERE, WIIEN TIIEY PLAY FRIDAY Martinsburg at Frederick dley High cagers in the first meet ing of the two teams in a number of years Handley has a record of four move into the charm circle of be- .basketball team in that depart- St. Joe at Musselman victories and three defeats, while coming a member of the "1,000 merit. He is also a very fine foul Harpers Ferry at Shepherdstown Charles Town has a 5-2 record to club", a select group made up only shooter, at around 75 percent...Wardensville. , . at Berk,. Springs., take agains~,' the Judges. of those lads who can roll up 1,000 Bolyard is third in scoring on the rage JacKson at R0cKville tarver ......... or more points during their high team, his best, night being 26 Winchester Douglass ~tt Ramer ~nepnera ~ rtome school career. And al:though Sh~p points against Northwe%ernl He Also Saturday night the Shep- herdstown High's ace scorer, Jerry has surprised a lot of people by SATURDAY "herd College Rams will play host Derr, doesn't have any of ~he a- winning a regular job with the Charles Town at llandle.v to the Frostburg (Md.~ Teachers i Fr-ostbur~ at-Shepherd " College in what will be the final hove good-luck charms, he does Mountaineers this season and is " - m I" - - n "^ ga e for the Rams before ,they have a pair of sharp eyes for a indeed an amazing athlete. De- ~ ~vzontmy, Ja . tv . . basket and a deadly one-handed spite the loss of sight in one eye at i " take time out for examlnaOons. It push and hook shot, which has al the age of 11, the pride of Pres- Middletown Md. at Shepherdsiownwill also be the thh'd game of the Tuesday. Jan. 20 week for the Rams. 'ready put him into the "1,000 ton County developed into a two- Kevser at Martinsburg In addition to the Shepherds- She~herds'n town at Charles. Town town-Harpers. ~ Ferry battle Priday Hedgesville at Williamsport night there will be five other Mus,~elman at Clear g~l~n'ng games, on. tap which holds, some Manassas, Vs. at Page Jackson sectional interest. r w~a.~a~,, ~., Ol Martinsburg High's Btllldogs i ' .................. will go to Frederick, Md., for a Martlnsburg at Winchester Cumberland Valley Athletic Leag- -~ ..... t- Ups ,,~,~,~, h~-dl,, seen ue battle in the first meeting be- ween the Vwo teams this season" the heavies~ scholasUc cage action .......... , rh,,,incr the IOKR ~O outnn ~nd it ~[;. oosepfl's catIlolic riigfl of Mar- "~":~,h~r",'l "i~'~:y~ ~*,~'l"'h~-'~n"Z tinsburg will go to Inwood to play i lS O,..,.,~ ...... ,zzer.~ .......... y t- "" s ..... ne mu.~e,man rugn cagers" and week th~s season when there will ....... -, i,,. .... -~-r~ o"~on since therewaraensvnie will be in ~erkeley ~s., .............. o-- Springs for a return engagement 'has oeen, or W,Ill De a.% l~NSb I1~ .... _ * .. " wILn the lnolans I night with six scheduled for Pri- Page Jackson High of Charles . , ................... day night and two Saturday. Town and Ramer High of Mar- Than ho~i,nr*|nl~ no,it. Mnndnvtinsburg will also be in action Pri .... . ..~- ...... . .......... .-o day nit.hi with the Page Jackson the actmn will continue at a peak ........ :.. k~mnr~ ~n~oi~11~ nn rl"h~dov ~r~d par ans l, ravelllng tO l~oekvllle, ~.~,~o,. M . o p ay Carver High and Dou t'ne ~flarles town l-llgn Fan-; M in.t,.,r.~ +~, .,t,,, x~ .... ,,. ............ ~-, -,~-,, ---,a,,,~. , . . ,n art su. s ~.. v,=~ =~=.,,~,s the Shepherd College Rams Sat- .. .......... urdnv nit, hi Rn,fi tho hi~" homo at- MOflnay nlgnt 'tile unepneros- o Ig Ca dlnals will have th off Friday night in Shenherds-i emire cage spotlign~ on tnem in ................................ town when t~p .qhonhplYie.tnn I Shepherdstown when they play ..................... ~ ............ F, ' ' ho t to Middletown (Md } High ~za,,,-,,~,,~ ~,,r,,. 'Piaa.e in o ~,ial tuesaay evening toe olggest OI .... ~. ........ a --.~ .......... ~tt"e fmv ~- ""e " " " u 1 e uatb~ s on ~ap as tal as county as well as sectional battle. _ _ '. The two Jefferson coun,tv teams Iaenersn countians are concern- " " ed will be the meeting between "- - ' .............................. have met once before this year in ......... +h~ ~,,~,,~,o .,om,~ ,.e ,),= ~,~,~=+ I~Jnarles -town and ~nepneros~own .... "~" ...... ~ ~ .................. " 'in C-narles l--own .... l'ms ~lil ...... oe tne ......... isecona lme ~tlls season [fie tWO ney s~agea in charles town ann i " ' teams have met with t'he first in that g~me the Cardinals exper- ~ meet~ b i ' ' ..... s " " zng e ng in 'me nnal.- oz me lenced a h,ttle trouble w+th ,the [Chris.mas v ho'idi aytournament ' wnen cnaries "town won ou~ zn went on to win by a 51-40 score, an excltln borate -t e maz~lnsourg Hign l~U'llOOgS showing much ~mprovemen, t and 1"1 .... s ..... a real b~ttle all the w~v i go to wnnamsporL Met. Ior ac~aon. tO l T L 0 I ........................... club" and he still has about halfl'|{I 'Ill spPt star for little Aurra High l=tense 1 g' ........... .......... oo ....... SUITIWCoATS. __7:CLUB, s.LOW$..o AS lot his senior year of scholastic School. He led the Bears into the basketball to play. State Tournament in his senior Derr passed the coveted mark of year, averaging about 25 points a 1,000 points last Friday night game. and earned All-State recog- when he sank 22 ,points to lead nition in his class. Bucky also was the Shepherdstown High cagers ,to an outstanding pitcher fro" Aurora. a 46-32 victory over Musselman He came to West "v~irginia Univer- High School. In this game Derr sity on a Board of Governors schol sank 10 field goals and a pair of JERRY DERR arship-tha,t is. for tui,tion and fees foul shots to boost ,his total schol While his scorin~ -uall~ties are a only. Not unt~il the start of his sen astic scoring in his high school ~rool~ o oo-~ ,.- o ~,~.~a~n ..... ~ ior year, when he made the f, irst career to 1,009 points to date. to the Shenherdstown ~eam the,, team, was he placed on full grant- The feat which Derr has accom are'not hisVonl,, 2ualifications for in-aid including room, board and plished is a most difficult one for s~eoia~ r ..... *q,,.. Je-r,, i ols,, a i$15 monthly for laundry, Mean- a big and tall basketball player,. ~oo~'~la:'~mVa~er~nd ~le~cloesa'~ot 'while Bolyard became tile ace o[ but it's even more dimcult for a of reb'oundin for the Cardinals the WVU baseball team's Pitchin~ g~me by a sectional team every ' teen-age lad of Jerry's 6-1 stat- g ' i s, taff and would do even ho,t, tor ,hod ure ,and 165-.pound weight. And it I._On ,the basketball court or off : he more time to sw,itch from the has only been through his h,ard mecourL aerryls a,sgar as ne a~so ! hardwood to the diamond in the work and long hours of practice iPer.Iorms .~u.tstanamgiy ..on. the spring" "Bucky is an outstanding BUCKYBOLYARD at developing a quick and except- .IOO..~oan grmi.ron ana on me case2 athlete", Coach Schaus says". I spo-~t Buckv is well known here in .............................. d t 1 tonally accurate one-handed jump oau siam.one, x.es, Jerry is a.sor~ believe he could make good in any ~_'r" -- " " - - .- - -"_~"'~ ........ glass High of Winchester will be shot~ from t'he corners and a uood it a "jack OI ,au SpOl%S" al~ :~nep- sr)ort h~ t,q~d" ~. ,~ ~, ..... ~ t~na les Town ana jenerson coun- hook shot in under and around herdstown High School. On ,the So much so, in fact, he would like ty where he has pitched .for two thers will share the spotlight wi.th ea~er~ :the basket Chat Derr has been able IOOtball team auring the past two to give football a fling even tho- seasons for ,the Charles Town Am- to mark up such an ou,tstanding seasons ..Jerry nap p.roven ,to oe one ugh he has never donned grid :togs erican Legion baseball club with a ...................... " t wn H" h r ' e offensive record. His scoring re- o~ .~ne o es~ enos m me secuon,much less played in .them ('l~egreat deal of success He has also traction in the county will come!~ . ...... cord is the most, outstanding of- IDols on me aelense aria onense, stands 5-11 and weighs 185). ~l~,~d m-n,, ~a-~-s'i~ th~ ~';tr,~-~~a fenslve one of any player in this On .~he basebwll field Jerry does While he's completing his basket- flnrl ~win~ .~ r~otorH: ,h~t l.-lo hn~ section. There have been others [,a lot of prtching for 'the Cardmals ball and baseball eligibili,ty this been emploved at the CharlesHigh Cardinals play host to ,the ~ _ .. .- , ". in past years in the section whoIhas contri,bu,ted his ,fair share of year, he could go out for football Town r-ce "t,.~ov ~,hi~.~n.i.~ have been able to make the 1,000 I base hi,ts 'and has played the ma- next fail under the five-year rulehn~h~n~r (h~::o.ion"~"~:,~ ~corlng mark during their h,lg' I jor role in much ~f Shepherds- since he hasn't eomnet~d in that inr~ th~ snm~mer mnnth~ school, cage careers, but they have I town's success on the dramond. In ~ been few and far between. I the Su, mmer months Jerry has el- . . Many has been the time both iso proved to be a real asset to l m4k|R ,kmmm.n n^ ~ABII mas Holiday .scholastic cage ,tour _ .: ._ " ' ' ._ : last year and this year when Jerry t Junior Legion baseball for a cou- m,mmmmmmauum9 mmm mm y mtama Jt.um has carried the scoring load for ple of years unbil the Charles .the co, tire Cardinal .team and wi.th Town A.merioan Legion gave up on I~_~__. ~fl~llt lille__ _ d$_ _ ~R*l m_ ~' Io / on,ly a few exceptions, he has been I Junior Legion ball. He is'the son i,ralr ur wins uver t.narles/own nlon Tigers early in the game but ,then I _ _,-' , _ " . able to deliver 20 or more points [of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Derr of ] ;~ in every game. I Shepherdstown. ~ Since ,then the Tigers have been I --h "" g~' " ' ...... ~~ The Martinsburg High Bulldogs ,cess in his su,bstitnting and the .... , ~ .... ho.t. ~ ..... , ........... ,.^ ~w ~ oe playing no.~ .to ~ne ~eyser P tl om It= ~ mm Ug* I playing probably their ,best all-[Bulldogs outscored the Panthers were"~neligi,b~e ~for ~'t'ournan~en~ eHvieg2inGgld~tnHT~r;avdi?2..:Tuesd~y P$ rU Plfl/ PV.N~NTlld~N' ~1~11~ 'around game of the season ran up 34-23 in "the final half. 'm~um3 l~mJmmj [ ~ uuuuuuu~n~ vv mmm I ,against about the coldestsho?t'- I Haynes, Pitzer and Schell all hi,t play and so this may prove to be . }g.an e g "v~- l-iign.~ l|l ,rag .~eam oz me season Tuesoay . o in bhe double figures for Martins- S~,t.urt~.~.h+ t.h~"' Oho~o= IAlso Tuesday night Musselman night when they played host t,o 1 nz 0se nce burg while E smo w th seven ses, unl0r , 1the Charles Town High Pan~'hers : =wnce Town High Pan~thers will ,travel to [ Turn '1"O Fa-e 2-B o w s a 5 37 ' foul sno.t~ in 10 a~ttempts ana ........ I The Ex-Pan,thers of Charles )and 'the utcome, a 6 - VlC-]=~.~., ~..~,, ....... ,.,..,o, ~a ...}, Winchester, Va. to battle ,the Han - " M;~lh TA,.~,m ~.R~. I Town High School saw a lot of I~tory for Martinsburg in the feat-I~v'z, "~ ....... ?, --?~, v:-z~,, -:.',a ' ' ...... f ~w i .~ne las~ quarter [,leo ~or scoring IIm l!/i llllll WIlD [action last week, going into bat- ure attraction o a t ,m-b li en-I~ ...... f,.. +~,,= .o.,~, .... ~ ~,~, ......... I tie three times and 'winning twice 1 gagement which also saw ,t e Mar I ~ ~.oP.+s ovie~ Tne harpers _~'erry rtlgn ana [ ~nd 10sing once to give them, a I tinsburg Jun,ior Varsi,ty win over I ~"..~^ ~.~xs~e~" Junior "IJleh cage toms traveI!ed I record of 11 victories as against ],the little Panthers a 29-21 I Junior Varai~ ~: ' warqensvn,ie xuesaay evenLng[only two defeats for ,the season.[score. ~a ~ p*= wr a pair oi cage Da.~les ana ~ne I Saturda,, ni~,ht bhe ~'x P~-*~-~-~ ~ v_ .~. .... ~,..., ......... +~^ ~ .................. " .... Ot,t ............... 1 0-1 2 : Junio.r.High cagers brougl~.t, back t wUl go to Wardensville for a ,game [ Martinsburg Jumor Varsity cagers [ c~,.,~aorff f 0 n n 0 ,aaeclslve 4u-zz vlcr, ory wnne me w'h W de sv ................... "- S~ "~S F~'~" . . . , ..... ]it the ur n ille Alumni. / moved in,to an 8-3 firs*, permd lead J r~n f 2 o ~ 6 Tiger Varsity aroppea a ~z-~u ae- . ................... -~ cisIon [ Tuesday evening. Jan. 6. the Ex I and led by Corbm. stayed m front[ Whit,e f 0 0-0 0 AR UARY 1st. i .... Panthers scored a 42-14 victory~ all bhe way. ]Lan~dnn c ........... .~o-5 6 .. Inthe preliminary g~me ,~ne li~ ~ over the Charles Town Junior Var [ The little Panthers did manage ~ Vv=elch~ c0 0-{) 0 iue:rigers were OI}^~O a. Ias'~ St.ar~ [sity cagers in 'a preliminary game)~to cut the lead to 15-12 at the I Wilson g ............ 1 2-2 4 TOWN AND COUNTRY CLOTH ana ron~ up a ~z-~ nrs~ parma 1,to the Charles Town-Harpers Far- I halfway mark, bu,t that was the ] Ebersoie g" [T:':L:L.[[ 0 0-0 0 IER~ ieaa ann s~ayeo zn iron an me .. . ..... .try Highbattle with PAchard C'hris/closest they could get to the lit,tle IPark g ~ .... 1 1'2 3 waY" ~Y 1~. all'me ~ney na,a .u,D. ,P~ ' man leading the Ex-Pan'thers 'to ' Bulldogs ' Olassford g o SMASHING CLEARANCE I me score m zu-~ ana naa neia ~,ne ! +~,o .........~ ....~,.... , ' ~ , ........ I iii I I i II II Wardensville Junior High team tol~"~ ~,'"Y .... ."~,. ,v~"~t _ .~ [ In ~he ma!n attraction of the [-- ~ . ~.mo no~a ~=l ~. th~ tlr~t. I ~a~ureay nlg~l~I; me v:x-~ani~ners / even,log nei mer ~eam coma co / "L'o[~alS ............ D-IO ZI ,~.,.~;'"~ .... "" ~' ........... * "~" I went to Silver Spring, Md. and [ much scoring the first period both | Martinsburg FG F Pts. I"~:'~m~ler.. was me~" rag-' sconng~ gun|SCred a close 83-81 victory over I teams having trouble trying to ! Butts, f .. .. 1 0-0 2 ~ie [or ~he Harpers Ferry ,team with/~e M~rylandvs~as~e~rge Trun l find the basket frm the flr" t A~arinf "t: ........... 0 0-0 0 I ~u', pOlnuS' + , W,d,er"t ,,." , ~xr, it.~..w,,,~.,,,~ ...... ,,,~o ii lastu~c ~Ufive. ,~Useconds,. ~ .C,Uof playful* to'm give'~"c I Ha,,nes. , who h led ~he Martins.. _ t Runckles~ ~' f .......... 1 0-1" 2 high for Wardensvllle wi:th 11 .... ....... )burg team to t mr most decisive[_ . ~ ............ ~ . . [ ,.,.~,.+~ ' I ~ne tsx.v'an'mers ,t;neir margin OI I vtotnrv nfth~ ~o~nn with 17 / "l"OISOn, C ............ t 2:-0 E,,u,x,Uo. . ..,~.,~ j v. ,....~ .............. 3 victory. ~rundle led h~s teamto ' ar Lamp g . . 0 1 6 In Vhe feature game of ~he ev- . .......... " - ,w- I points was in front zn the M -I. ..' .......... ^ ^-^ . ening ,the ~ables were ,turned wi'th ~rniV*~~lYolpl~n~ fo~e~'o~,~/e ~ tlnSburg at~tack in the first~riaOd, I goerS:2, : .......... ~ ~-~ the Wardensville cagers coming up ........ ',. '. - ~^ ~ ~ I with two goals while Sch d | . ,, .......... . ^-^ . ,...+....,.. ~.o~ ..~,~..,~ o,.~ .... I me m~ra penoo, scores zu pomps. ! Karns each collected one But ! Armen,~rou~ g ...... z u-u i~'~~, '..'" ~,'~ ~'~'~.~'..'v .......... ',l%ichard Chrisman had 14 points / Charles Town managed to" kee~ [ ---------- i and Bill and Ch,arhe Hm.s each .... si Totals ..........11 7-14 29 In the second period Harpers ~.~ "1 ] in ~he g,~ume by making hve of x ~ ~.~.~,~. ,~a~a~. ..... ' ' .............. ,ow ~0,,~ 0, Ferry appeared as though they r ' free throw trys. 1 John F edemck was high for the ' ri Charles Town FG F Pts. migl~t be able to come back when ~x .... ,~nnoro .,+,. ~. ..~..+o ~...~ I Charles Town s cagers expe en~_. . ^ ^ ^ ^ " -'-'*~z.'* ~*~. o r.','~, o. ~u,,*'~o .~,au ~ ' ' h ~Klnner i ..... u u-u u .hey rolled in 12 points while hold i ................. I ced undou,btedly their wors't mg t _. , o .... . ~ . reay w~lnasor nap zz poln,~s es loleming i .......... t u-~ z mg Wardensville to nine. [ ............. lot the season from the floor, " ....... " 0 " " " , ounuay vne J~x-ranmers u'av .... iods a WILT, I ............. 1-~ 1 The third period decided the Is- ~,,o,, ,,. ~xn-,,*,,.~+,.. w~ +~ ~++,^ I peclally in the hrst t,wo per ., s o..,',.~ ~ 0 ' 2 1 ' , ............ ............ , ........ 9 imesan o1., ................... 2(} TO 40% OFF sue definitely for ,he home team, +~ ,,q.,~h~^. ,~ ................ I.they shot a to}el of 1 t d = .... ~'~ 0 " " " however, ~h~_ ,they ~lled ,n .2O and they suffered t,he~r second de-l~%nl~ o~c_~,_t~_~t one ~i~g ~.ismon c ..... }... 0 ~-~0 polm;s wnne riarpers t.~rry coula, r.~o+ ^r +~. ....... '~... ,~ ~o ~ ,~ } WI[A1 Only Iotlr m'znu~es o[ puy e- r. ..... '~ ' n , o 4.. y... ,..~+,+o.. ,~.,.., ..,.o , .~,~ ,,. ~,,~ o~,~,,,. -s '~ ~o-~....,~.- I ~,~i.~a ~,~ th,~ h~,l,f when Lari'v ~uulscx, ~ ............ u ~-., .,s ,,u u~vwz u,,,~. -,-~. !gin. ..- ..... . ...... s,-Burns g ............ 2 1-1 5 Hoak led the Harpers Ferry .q,~,~ ~,, o~,,+~ ....... ~o,,,~, (Burns dropped In a long one. .... 2 . 0 " = COL ...................... .......... ,n ..... - .............. er^ "h~ Pa-'he~s hav ~' ....... ~ ............. SPORT COATS - - - $19,95 r, eam m scoring wllm lz points ~o..,.~d *...,,~... ..,o.,,.....,i+*..... I s~u~ umy w ~ v = .'u _ _. ' " ~ ^ - - While J Hott had 29 to lead the}Y2vw '. ..... :~:, v-~-;~ ~,~.k,.,~ ~ing trouble shooting, but ~hey omnson, g ........ z ! ' , me services oI ~wo regumrs-t.lcn- i ~anam g z 1-z Wardensvllle tea, m and J Fridley r-" "hrls .... s [were ak~o having trouble get.t ng _ , .......... . ._ .. ~,o.~ ,~ " Ia a ty man ano oene Jonmon I,-.ff th~ floor after rebounds .tak- t,'rye, g .............. u ~-a ~ AS LOW AS who w e ill and could not make enttrI The boxscore" 1 a h tng only two rebounds .the , e 7 .. .. ...... ,the trp. Another bad bre ~v~ lch,nrst ~_lf [ Totals ........... ~.~ ~ _11.95 ~arpversr~erry r~ ~.Sr~lfurther crippled the Ex-Pan~thers] On{vOtiVe sensational foul-shoot!Martinsburg" FG F Pta. ALL WOOL AS LOW AS ... ', o ....... ~ ~ . ../was the fact that Ernie Rudolphl ...... . ..... h^.. i" *he firs*~Schell f ........... 5 0-0 10 -- .-' ." " . ^ ^ . ran into four fouls in the tirst l ...................... he ba" I Shiflett f .. ~ 0-0 ~. S U I T S - .... $37.50 uavioson z . . t u-u z _er~od m ~wu pez,zuu~ ae~,~ ~,.em m ,, .t_ ., ........ . ^ ^ ^ ' ........ IJ l " j ]Jane I . , 1 U-U Z J, azmson f 4 0-0 8, -- r --r ..... he Ex " [~ame at all. Of the 14 po nts __ ' : ........... ~ o. o .... " ....... , ueogeunaieieo,~ -runI r l t t~arns i , ..... Hough c 2 1-1 5 . which the Panthe s were ab e o ............ AS LOW AS ............. ,thers in scoring w}th 21 p~n~ts f h Stout f 0 0-1 0 Manuel c ~ 2 I-1 5 ' garner m the to'st half, 12 0 t em ............. S L A C K S .... $5.95 ...... ' ......... ^ ^ ^ ^, while Rudolph bad 18. Bill H,ines .......... ~ ..... , ....... h-P-- Pitzer c ....... 5 1-1 11 12HA~le0n, g .......... u u-u u I ~i 15 ~,~.~,t'n+~ I C~IIl~ 1EOI[Z b|lt2 |UU'I llI|t2 ~t~ 'b ~ D,(1 , X:t,,L+o ' .-, 1 "Zl n 0 thers made good 12 o,f 14 foul , I I Hefhn was high for Winchester [~""s /l%neh, arL c 0 1-3 I AS LOW AS ' ' ...... SHIRTS .... $2.95 _ I wlth 19 points while Bmley had, ...................... ,._,, [Stuckey g ........... 2 2-4 6 R I~ I kl I~ I 18 ' I ~uacn ~eu*~e w*u~auve ~ ou.- ~.. l" ' " 1 ^ ^ 2 I( A / I N ( " dogs began to h}t from the floor)_ .. : .......... ^ ^'. ^ .. ~'. V..~ v I ~ be~ter in t~e second period and van Me~re, g .........UU-I V ALL WOOL AND ORLON AS LOW AS ......... " 31 I~arues g z u-u z by hal,fUme had rolled up a-14 , .... : ..... t Bartock g 0 2 3 2 AT PMAD/I: TflWM ]Mills, g ............ 2 1-1 IS,margin. All five of Mal~tinsburg's I_. ' ...........- -'- .- S W E A T E R S .... $3.95 K'dw e., g .......... 2 1-3 5 starting players figured in .the sec I ........... " ..................... I ~ f ond period spurt, with Schell and I -- - AS LOW AS "l" lol, alS lJ O O U~t;P~IYlUY~I lt~'~ IIlCUUUI1[ Totals ........... 18 13-Z8 49 Pitzer each sinking three goals. I ............. J A C K E T S .... $4.95 FEBRUARY 7, 1959 /Ward~nsville FG F Pts. The Panthers didn't have much] ~**r~~ o.,t. JD2-kI~ r~ k~2~ lalP_~ ) dt%l~l w ~-flM ..... ~ [J. Fridley, f .......... 6 5-6 17 better success from the floor in I " -- ~=~ JOAl,- --- I J, Hott, f .......... 13 3-529, the third period as ~hey scored] ------ Come In Early and Get Good Selectmns. POST TIME 1:00 P M lB. Brooks, c ........ 3 3-6 9 only twice from the floor, Burns! Bake Sale ,for Senior Woman's IN. Smith, c .......... 1 0-1 2:and Ranall,i hitting for ~the only )Club a~ Jefferson Hardware Sake- . ~R RAfH~.~..........~ ....._..._rlAII.V ,Heishman. g ........ 21-4 5 .two field goMs. "s lurday' Jan' 24 9:00 a" Tn' Hme" TO1 ~ COUNTRY CLOTII :R; [Ma~hlas, g .......... 0 0-1 0 Coach Dick Harmk0n kept shift imade cake, .pies, jellies, cookies, HEATED CLUB HOUSE ) Orndorff, g .........0 0-1 0 tng his players around throughout tcandy, salads and bread on sale. ..... S'"N "1 ^0 / the game trying desperately tol "--------------- ASHINGTON STREET AD911~ IU $ .U l Totals ..........25 12-2362 find a combination t, ha% could find ~ 'Machine tool orders set 1958 oo~XTDOT~Xtn 5n a I ~ the basket, ,b,.tt all to no ,avail. At[high in October.. . PHONE 91i CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. uz~x~ o ~'~u v ~ o. { Drive CAREFULLY. The LIFE ,the same time Coach George W+hit I Army to get mobile color tele- iiii I i,lll ~ IrOl[l Save Ma~ Be ToLrR Ot~M. acre was meeting wt~h some suc-l vision unit. k ...... . ,=, ...... I