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r 4oPrin S'r hi eliBt lYd Va:l:heJi P THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1966 15 points. ~ .... m 1 [] I -- attack with I~ points, while Meyers 8, Kldmck 6 and .- il I f IR [ t~ AdOr~T~TAT ~' Thompson had 8 Williams 4, 4. For the K of P tear~l~ I{ )]i I I l Ill [ %./Z"l.l~l)ll~ 2-~k~ --Quesenberry 3, Henry 2 and War-[ Newman and Connie NewI~I [[t/J ! |r from rage 1-1~ wick 1 [the attack, each collectl~ _ I! [ . I ~hlelt be./:e~l~g ~v~rd~Ys~iug~ ~oh~n In action on the Charles Town ]points. Taylor had 8, Cottr| I]1 | I I rl ,ll g~ ............... Junior High hardwoods, Wednes-[Hill 6 each, Ramey 4 and[ a | I II 4 V Pattie wire me ~t Josepn's ~am da- evening. Jan 12 T on.' C,ton I ton 2 I[ I |i ~ JI ~ , olic High cagers " score" - e... : ....... i:p"l "-" " .:l l The St Joe cagers, led b the u a vz-.,~ win over reel In the second game H i II , " Y Knights of Pythias in the first lFerry took an early lead : : '.'. M'dgt:tnd?n~gk;tb~le?::gue i!i7;Inatfi!suol41~:itwthi~!~TPpC!ii ] ~otnaih~i!:iig !~!:~!:~i ~i~: B~~h:i::;d~n~? d:ihi / !~:';ATa! ot~e:hgT:g~rlni~]~ [ Team W L. tallied all of the Royal's points itwo teams met in Shepherdstown. ~a~:c~ chmdng on fast breae. [fie team managed to edge] ~eic~eSrs 9 1 in this game It was the fifth And this meeting could be even wamecK nan 14~, Home Alter cagers 46-40. J 7 1 victory for tlae Packers against[more one-sided for the Crusaders ~--~. L Lakers 3 7 three defeats I than the first one. 1 _ _ _ -~ L'I Royals .. 1 9 In the second game of the The Harpers Ferry High Tigers I I I I I I ~ l~i ~ ~1~ I _ _ --~-- night the Celtics got victory no. [will invade the railroad town of 1 Jl U 1., 1 ~ ~ " ,~ ] SCHEDULES OF GAMES nine as against one defeat when!Brunswick, Md., Friday night, ........ ~ I JANUARY 22 they downed the Lakers 26-19 inland while the Tigers gave the I~ II ~ " [ ' [ Celtics vs Royals a close contest. Once again it was[Railroaders a real battle before ="'fl I ~]'='- ~ [ ~akers vs Packers Walter Lloyd, the league s lead-~losing to them in Harpers Ferry I JANUARY 26 ing screr' wh led the attack fr [ in the pening game fr bthI ~ _,_=v_ =_- : ~. i ....... the Celtics with 14 of the 26|teams Since then Brunswick has :1 raeK~s.vs ~emcs points the team scorer. Thomp-~been getting tougher with each I l~-~~----"-~ ;--I | =~r,v,~ vs atoyalse~- son was the big gun for the ~passing game, while the Tiger~ 1-~ ~ ]lt ~ l~' L. im jr ~ ~ Ill "~ il:~ [ ....... --"-S. ~. _ Lakers with 8. [ haven't been meeting with any l | and you qmekly have a record of your deduehbles -- .~.eek's action to maintain their for th~ Lakers with5 points " [host to a fine Math]as team that I ~ I [] l F [ Medical, other taxes interest "a'-men% "^rha ..... "- ,rs~ ann secona-piace stanaings. In the second game Saturday ]shows a record of eight victories ~ II ~ i t . , 1J J' I, , lSt: 1~ Utile The ~'ackers scored a 22-13 vie-the Celtics scored a 25-15 win [ and only one defeat At the same 1 ~ -- [ r~|r~ ~f~ V~.rl] h,-. ~ ~I'e~rl t,~ lh~r,~ .~ .dl~A.dL.~ ...........~. tory over the Royals in the first i over the Royals as La ton and time Musselman has been having I ~ .... , ,,.,~,~, ...... ,J~. m~, ~a~t v~ *,~v~ c~ ,..,t~=~.~aat~ a~t:4~oul|l~ of two ~,ames "la"ed Wedneod .......... Y __ [o,. ..................... l 1 I I; .. . .. . utoya teamea up to score lfi/aouu much truume winning as ! al;lncomelax 1;lme. night, January 12 on the Charles points to lead the attack for the [any team in the section, showing II tit ...... I [ : own High hardwoods, with Walkl Celtics Layton had nine points [only two victories in ten games. ~ NIIMKPK lip MPN'%_ WIIM~WK I " er and Singhas leading the scor-i and Lloyd 7. Maconaughey again[ One of the biggest and possibly I " v=.p-a ]l I .ng for the Packers, Walker dum-] led the scoring for the Royals, [the most rugged battles to be .~ A VNIIIIE Ur.M'' l .J Dttl/' I'I'rAIC! :1 I -- _-- ped in 8 points and Singhas to by dumping in 11 of the 15 points/waged in the entire section Fri- I bUiU ! UUIII Mill J biilU DO i .1 1 I [ | .*~~ ~~r~'2~l~~~ [day night will take place in Hed- 1 ,A.,. , , :'.-Z._.- ..... ! zr.,, ,,.-.~\ ..... ~ - - - -- ..... ,, /gesville where the Eagles will be NIIW MAKKI;fl KI;I ilW i ~ l/fl]ll kt$1~ o -'-- - -- -~ ----- -~' -- ~ a-I- eltl.'='~'. I~.|a . g lln..=,. [hosting the undefeated WilliamS- I ,,,- ,, ,'---...-v ..-.- v. I / . OUUILb IIC 1 b VII:Wb /eo (MdL) High cagers in a big / I\IF IMIII/fl '---- -- ...... /~i-State ~onterence match Will-i I ~ ..... ! .| | - --- , ::. _- e_- - _ -_- . r.- _ :-,. (From rage une) [iamsport is the only unbeaten II ~ 1j H | '1~' E II team remaining in the section, I / | "'" - n,ght at Front Royal, Va., where the Warren County W,ld-lwhile Hed esville shows onl two'll . - - II | -- . ' ':-" "--- -.- cats clawed their way to a thrilling 51-50 victory with a def ' g " Y ~ . eats ~n e]gh~ games, both of / . gym-packed crowd looking on... ]them to Charles Town I _.l ann wer ! / Gemg to buy a new ear? Here's your key to the best ...... 7 ..... [ Saturday night the" Shepherd I l~ ! [ ,.. , ., , ,.. . SHEPIIERD 122, Bridgewater 106 for a total of 228 points [College cagers will have the spot l [] ~ il [ ilnaxlclng. -- arrange a row-cost aanK Imanclng. last Safurday night We enjoyed the high-scoring tilt and [light all to themselves, playingi I V TT I JWVW,I t lit :|1 ' ' ayoabwdr:akyn h : f ac Ca!lHi a Sr e ra Sgn , h :eh: me:at :r e len ClulagrY t I *SUCH G;E;; t . . " , "gig I o son dehned, the former because wa to Ke i =r nn im [ ....... y a'eysville. What part of the program was deafeningl |=mn e_= ,I AS THESE.. [ ] I, illllqk /lilMUII ll'7~lllllUilk" lOt tOUt trOUble and the rotter on to say the least ~ a-~Vna a I - - ill II /ll ll ll li tllll O [an injury, Brunswick outscored " " [ ~. .-. ]I ~ |] ~ .. _ .,~ . - I the Panthers in the third period n--..... ........ " .......... I from rage 1-B l i t]~ v~tt a~w t r~rrtxr~ r:v-x ........... All r_-----I n_____- II- nI~ 116-13 to take the lead in the rU~TAL Ft~u~u wm~er Haven, Florida: Dear Max: Here l v id Myers 1O each; Hunter 9,1 1 ~~ r,.)r~ ;>~v~w nw/41_~ l:ix~II rinal l'l!.rllln in [battle. _ is apictur,.of the new ball park here where theBoston Redl iller .8, Mills 5, Washington 4,11 JANUARY BUYSTHEN YOU WANT TO HI i RV I --.-.w-. =, =vii iV I l ut the ranthers refused to Sox will be in trainincr in .hmm - r 70' T,, eland Whittington 1. ]l .................... I ,,,# D.,......,-'.J. "yn lf o:4 an0deCageinl: w~'the !~foinD,and(~v~arkm~r:h~i~n~h~nee)Paper recewe (0'K'l th:dH~ee ltt%tea thZ'l [| ,|,| |, ,... ! a II IrIllili~i, lllil=ll i li.nll Iseoring in the battle with 25 "-- " ~: .... /points, while Noland had 10, Mills] I J U I. I A N 5 i I II lib I~!tIllilllVl~ IV ~ [points, 12 of them coming in the .......... 16, Simons 5, Weller 5 and S. Wet[ I ..~ " ~l;w~,~'~:--~L" ~,~: ..... i [second period. The 19 points FROM OUR HUNTINGTON wire our old friend and for-[ler 3. 11 lti And NIO RN STORE In Tha | ......... _ . I which Walters dropped in, not mer West Virginia State Steward Andrew r~,/ In the third game of the night 11 mI -DA E S O'PPiNG ] ne unarms Town tiign cagers against the ~ailroaders from /only made him the game's second ,~,,.~.~, xxn,~ ":'~'~ "" "'" the Km hts of th~ demonstrated once again Friday,start to finish ! ............................. lets, has tossed his harm the :mug and filed for! .... g Py as cagers de-ii m~ne~t sourer, ou~ rose pmyea . . Ieatea meA.T. & T.'team 733-33, night in Brunswick, Md., that[ As a matter of fact desnite the[th,~ ,~i .... ~,~ ~,, ~ ~o,.,~... State Senate from the 5th Dlstr ct Best of 1 -- ' when the "chin r- a.,~.,, ,h,~,,, ......... =- , ..... ~ ...................... . ,.. . ...... . uck, fellow and/w,th Todd Sm,th lead]an t II FREE PARKING --NO METER~ | .... ,Ts a ~,'*,.7.. 7:"~al'*~-po]nt e~tor~ ot ~:rnie Jones/comeback win say neuo ~o your oro ner, ~ne ouage, zor me K of P attack w~th ~ he can raise ,t anu come t)acK as meY,an ................. , '" / " 16 points / I ............. -___ -......... ! came roaring down the home- I ers' .me rant.hers[ Russ Lancaster was the ............ ]John Newman had 13, Ramey 12, / | A I) EVERY WEEK SHOP .... | stretch to turn what a ..... .1 ,^ I.,_ Lu_. _.ne]{ seaves:)n qeep. ._ru.'l lng for B ! wiek wit ItlGHLEY RODERICK, sufferila from head to toe from/Hammann and Benton, 10 each,/| II;I ~..~nl~ .. &-z n ..... T__ m _J l~g~=x~u ~u ~ u~e unuI me waning mlnUr~ o~J i~t~bin,~:,while G.~.=%art~r ~,~.~ ~," O: ,- .. .7 . _ -- ~HIII-8 and.Withers 4 for t be an upset defeat into a 70-6=tl the game when t~y fif~aught':ui~~t-~'~ ~w _ extreme cola weather over me weeKena, paused long[K ca er ^he K vie an m for runswmz aria t;om enou h thi ' " " ' ......... " .......... = *" tory. The win, one of the [ d passed the Marylanders | Charles Tow '-"" ...... " .. g s mormng to say: Noah didn t walt for his ship |. " II - toughest ones which the Pan. [Brunswick held on t, the end and]of 67 -~h0~' ~-,~ ~o ~,,-,- ~,,,- ~ tO come m .... he built one ..... " thers had to come by this season, was only a fine 21-point seer-] rather-'low slaoo't'ing "per". ........ , " was their 8th in nine times out I" g ~ffort ine the last six minutes| centage Ch=rl,,. l'nmn I Heugesviue scoring attacK. this,_ season. _The ,loss was the [ of p ay wh~ h did the job, [ In the preliminary game of the ~' u ~ IvwH I The large crowd of Hedgesville [ ~ * / /~< _.fl -~) | xtn mr t~!XlnSWlCK In J.O games. [ Charms Town dropped behind lnight the Brunswick Junior Var- ~ ~. ~ ~ [ fans who accompanied their cage/ ~ -.----e~ ~ [ Hounded by foul trouble early]13-9 in the first period, managed/sity scored a 51-38 victory over the nightrm rage -'D ]teams.to Charles T o.wn.andwho[ | Fromthemakeo~ " ~ i in the second period, and then / to rally sdghtly in the second and/Brunswick " I neipecl to fill the tJnarms lown / I metemou$ ~ ~"~i later by an injury to one of theii' | knot the count at 36-36. But.then | "" _ The defeat for Hedgesville was I High gymnasium to capacity and [ | ~rta perfect S/ee~er . ~ | only thew second in ht ame ace scorers, Earle Johnson, thelwith Kenny Carr, the Panther/kd I i~ . " " "g g s]overflowing, did get so,me satis-I | mattress ~ | and both of them have come at fac Panthers found the road rough lace rebounder, and Earle John-|Mllgg[ lm/In Klllff [ ........ | lion from the night s action [ ~ ~ ][ ]] "' ' ' ' /" ""--'--""--'" ..w...~. me nanas ot unarms Town, who/however, as their Junior Varsity I ~ ...... /rt__t__] . had defeated them 83-60 at Hed. [team scored a 45-37 victory ovet'/ ~ I~=ll[[Ik~[flf~]~l J ~ /%n~nn=~rneTnwn gesviue earlier in the season. /the Charles Town High JuniorI | I~...... II -~ --- I_ I ~ i ~ _.~ l~_ ,~ ~..~]_--.--I ! ! Ill k |lilllllllillillllli,| UOIV'" Although Hedgesville had the [Varsity , [ .| 6rVf iflq Prt8$! i ] i~ I|i l~ _-.,- _.i ,~l I~ lip__, iP .... _l Ill* hoeighth on Charles Town on the / The Little Eagles had to come I .~11 ~ ~ ';I ~l']i~]l- ...... r .... I! ~',--w/nm~~wa'~,.-,r.r~eon..,n ~do::i!:e~s:Pi~::ei:n~h!r!::!!~/~~i!re, h~odg~nth;e~t~:reyva:~:~!e/ I ~ ~ .... ~* / p mtmore led the Charms ,, ll 'TTl' |l : ll | [tack in the second period whichl , I I,] i * dl | ] * - "__ : - " ' I all but ran the Shepherdstown I / i~l i~ ~ ~ : .... ' I High Cardinals right out of their [ ~ ~ [ [] [[I 1 ~1~ ~~m-.-- [ home gymnasium and gave the [ ~ - L~ _ _ [ " ~ [ Applemen a decisive 96-52 victory I 1 A I ll I I [] I A i ~ | " I The win was onl the second for : .... ~:":-~i~:, : ~ ~: ~?;~,~ .t, ~ . ~ ~ _.,.. .......... ,,, iMusselmanmtengames while| i I'IL/IllL~'i~ / llll--.... - - _ - - III Ithe loss for Shepherdstown wasl 1 1. 1 r in lU r .! 1 i : ---: ....... ' [] Ill ...... I I their seventh in eight games. I 1 Ill L l- 1 L tl 1 1 / Shepherdstown played Mussel- 1 , i ili ...... I [man tea 17-16 edge in the first I 1 ~ I I I I i I i ~ 1 I [ ! [~i ~I-~~":~/ ' I ] I i period, and then Musselman start i 1 An -lm ,[], nualllilm=u= I " : i i ,] " | ied utilizing a fast break and ut ] 1 I llL [lll J l lll[ II[l l I[l[ 1 [ ! " I 1 1 ...... WE i I ored Shepherdstown 55-24 in I 1 - ................. 1 / I'lqS --I! = ' I ll ~ pr ILl~l,A. I I e second and third periods to[ , " .. . ; ll"q ~, ' | [makearout of the game. Many of] ~~lh~- -- -- / I | I 1 .= ...... t ....... , I Ithe Musselmazl scores in these] ~1~[~~ IRON FIREM'AN / | fZo".'2;Le,, 1 ,. I IP A~ ~K~ KNOW HOW I I oftwo stea'liinPermds theCameballaS thefromresultthe I [ i ,tnoatno eextraa eostt *~ra ~st,,re~ -~ !" ] g ' " Mattress or Box Spring , ~ ] [ Cardinals and -oin- i" "^r 1 ..... [ ~ I I/~Tz'~, I I I I I -lrr ] , , ~ ~ tt xu ayUlJ~ . . 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