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!:i! ii, f ii SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 2--B THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1959 From Page One From Page One THIS DEPARTMENT LEARNED THIS WEEK that Will Lead W. V. U. From Page One Mountaineers' 16 games before semester exam break for a 25,5 av erage. This pace has been exceeded only twice before in WVU history by Rod Hundley and Mark Work man. both All-Americans. And i Jan. 22--- " ... / - ..: : - y - By Winning Ex-Panthers Score Win Over Wardensville Club; Play Winchester Next Second Period Lapse Costs Panthers 50-41 Defeat By Handley The Ex-Panthers of Charles Behind only two points 14-12 at Town travelled 'to Wardensville ,the close of the first period, Char Coach Bill Hahn, whose football teams at Fort Hill School have been perennial champions in Maryland scholastic circles, is reported to be considerably miffed because Thomas N. Nugent was picked as the successor to Tommy Mont. Hahn had been given reason to believe he was well thought of for the job. The genial Cumberland coach had been called in for interviews with both Presi- dent Wilson Henry Elkins and Athletic Director Bill Cobey, and while no promises were made,, by either, he left with the opinion he had a good chance to get the nod. He was amazed, so we understand, when Nugent was announced as the choice... ADOLPH RUPP, ONE OF THE MASTERMINDS of basketball, is charmingly candid but not exactly modest about his coaching ability. In a game several years ago, he began yelling instructions to his boys. FinaUy the referee called a technical foul for coaching from the bench. After the game, Rupp was asked for his opinion of the ref's action. "Heck," he said, "my coaching is worth a technical foul any time." . . NO WONDER THEY CALL THOROUGHBRED horse racing THE SPORT OF KINGS. In 1958---32,125,911 men and women patronized the race tracks throughout America and wagered $2,295,980,633. Of that sum $63,- 585,190 was wagered at West Virginia s three courses during 271 days. - , Top track in America in 1958 was the one at Holb wood, California. At the far Western course 1,699,801 fans wagered $121,789,638 in 55 days. Only one meeting was held here last year. During the 75 day's racing the sum of $21,477,300 went through the totalizator machines. In 94 days at Waterford Park, the sum of $22,630,072 was bet. At Wheeling, Which had 102 days racing during it's three sessions, the fans bet $19,477,818. There will be 1,714 two year olds eligible to race this year. They sold as yearlings last year for $8,916,150. Our guess is that less than one thil:d of the young'sters purchased a year ago will turn up winners this year ~,L..mll.,. |..m.*,~u D,~ ~,,~,..,.. pre-Christmas season making fav- ~UUII/~ JUIIIU| nlgg ~IU~ [ ors and trimming Christmas trees [for hospital patients. The Junior Red Cross students Was Busy At Xmas Time I_ [of Charms Town and Harpers he mernhpr~hin nf the .T~]ninr [Ferry High Schools made Christ- T .......... ...... .. ............ m ss ] ... _ I a. tock'ng favors and then fill- reed Cross of Je~erson County had [ ed them with chewing gum candy a busy time of it during ,the past [ and cigarettes for patients at V. A. 1 _ll they turned the trick in their jan- Kastle vs W. & R. Sales mr years. Moose vs T. & C. Clothiers Jerry has played more than any of the other Mountaineers with STANDING OF TEAMS 551 minutes in the 16 contests. TEAM W L Still, he has averaged only 28 mln W. & R. Sales 6 2 utes in games which West Virginia Kastle's 5 3 won by easy margins. Moose Club 2 6 He has picked off 201 rebounds Town & Country 2 6 to top that department and is shooting at a sizzling 54.3 per cent The Kastle cagers pulled closer from ,the field. The slender young to the W. & R. Sales cagers in the ster also is second in assists with battle for the lead in Jefferson 36 compared to 55 for senior B(yb county's Independent basketball Smith of Charleston. league Thursday night on the Opponents have termed West a Charles Town Junior High ,floor defensive wizard and Kentucky's when they scored a 40-44 vi,ctory Adolph Rupp called Jerry "one over the Town & Coun,try Clo- in a million" 'after WVU lost to thiers after the Moosemen had the Wild,cats 97-91 in the Kentuc- scored a 56-41 victory over the ky Invitational at Lexington. league-leading W. & R. Salesman West has almost twice as many in the first game of the twin-bill rebounds as any of the other mere engagement. bers of the West Virginia squad ; The Moosemen experienced two a'lthough five are taller. Willis good-quarters ~he second and 3rd Akers, 6-5 Mullens junior has pick 'and rolled up a 14 point lead to ed off 115 for the season, coast to a victory over the W. & R. Jerry possess ,an uncanny sense Salesmen. In the first, period the two teams played on almost even of "trmmg and one of ,the fastest ....... ,~ ~. oml.~, ho~t.o~ ~erms wl~n zne Moosemen gaining palr of han ..................... - onl a slim i0 9 m r i " " " ball.Tir0e and again he has block .. Y ': - a g n. ~u~ m e shots a snlit second after the ,me secona period the Moose Club l~lave opposing piayers grasps Y rolled in 17 points while ~imiting " the W & R team ,to 10 to pull in West Vwgima will return to the . ...... ................... ~o a 27-19 halftime lead The third the Western Kentucky Hilltonr~rs ,period is really when ,the Moose- en all but put the game m the at Freedom Hall in Louisville Ky , ~ ' , T~'. ,,,,~ h,~ ~oot-~,~,, ~o ~a*~,' ,~ oag as they rolled in another 17 ................ ~ ............ points us against 11 for the W & in 17 games with its losses coming R team at %he hands of Kentucky, Virgin- "'~h "'" " " arue ~mes and t~ore were ia 75-72 ,and in a double overtime the bi uns for the - " 118-109 to Northwestern g g Moosemen m ......................... both the second and third periods and also high scorers for the game Cen~rwnMa~n~bu~gHandiChe Char with Hines chalking up 17 points o p ~ai. ~u-and Gore 12, dents of fine Blue Ridge School Bill Hines led the W & R team made calendars ,for New Year's with eight points wl~ile Bowers favors for patients at the V. A. and Dopson each had seven Center Chamrles Town .High Jumor In the nightcap of ~he evening . c; us emoers also purcnas- the Kastle cagers managed to win ea and tri,mmea a Chris~m.as ~ree out over the Town & Country Clo for the Charles Town.General Hos thiers in ~he final minutes of the pi,t~ai unaer sponsorsnild) oT Miss tame Helen Rbberts, teacher sponsor of The Kastle ca~ers star~.ed nff nn .the Junior Red Cross in Jefferson the rigA foot byrolling u-p-an-ll':'6 wounw, first period lead and ~hen went on to add another point in the second Production and sales of autos period o outscore the T & C. boys show increase. 14,13. Bt~t in the,$hird period ~he British interests 'tO buy -Isr '~ ' " ael Town and Country cagers staged refinery, a real 'comeback an.d neted the ........... score at 31,31, only ,to lose out in ~'resiuen cans ~ams on ae~ense ~,he fi al minutes (ff "" spending. (1 ~ae game. 0 0 0 UNICO 12M (10W-30) MOTOR OIL--All purposes, seasons and temperatures. Regular Price .......... 45c Qt. SALE . . . 3 Qts. for $1.00 PLASTIC DOT WORK GLOVES--Wiil outwear two or more pairs of canvas gloves. SALE . . 3 prs. for$1.00 UNICO AC-CENT INTE- RIOR PAINT (Acrylic Lutes) --Easy to apply, quick to dry. Odorless, scrubbable finish. Variety of colors. Regular Price ....... $1.65 Qt. SALE ..... $1 o00 Qt. PAINT ROLLER KIT (No. 6710)--Holds more paint, won't drip, applies evenly, smoothly. Grip-fit handle. Price ........ $1.45 SALE ..... $1.00 1IN. ANGULAR SASH BRUSH (No. SB24A) -- Pure bristI , with buitt-in angle to in- sure fast, clean painting. Regular Price ............ $1.25 SALE ........ $1 o00 .,u , ,i i i , PUMP PLIERS (No. X-275) --Adjust to 5 positions. Power- ful leverage. Regular Price ........... $1.29 SAL~ ........ $1 o00 HACK SAW WITH BLADE (No. B0) -- Pistol grip, adjustable. Regular Price ......... $1.43 SALE ....... $ 1.00 COMBINATION LEVEL AND SQUARE (No. 350) --12 in. size. Accurate, handy, well made. Regular Price .......... $1.50 SALE ........ $1.00 YALE PADLOCK (No. 605) Regular Price ~ ........... $1.4~ SAL E ........ $1.00 ..... 8 IN/MILL BASTARD FILl --Fine double cut. Regular Price ............. 65e SALE 2 for $1 00 SNAP-ON METAL CHICK FOUNTAIN (No. 450)-4 qt. size. Double eeamed, easy to carry. Regular Price ....... . $1.$6 SALE ..... Sl.aO Iff INFRARED HEAT 250 watt standard. ular Price .......... $I.10 SALE " $1 O0 75 WATT LIGHT BULBS Regular Price .... 21c ead~ SALE $' 6 for DAIRY BRUSH (No. 5109)-- Extra large sur- faCe. Easy to keep clean, won't absorb odors or mois- ture. Regular Price ....... $1.2,~ SALE ..... $1.00 '/ SALE 7 lbs. for COMMON NAILS (No. 8D)- --2% in., I0 gauge. Saturday night and chalked up a les Town Hlgh's Purple Pan,thers close 75-70 viotory over a Wardens cagers suffered a second period ville Independent cage team, to let-down and scored only five send their viotory mark to 12 as points with ,the Handley High Jud against only two defeats, ges of Coach Hunter Maddex emer The two teams battled on even ging victorious 50 to 41. The con- terms for three periods before the test was staged before a good Ex-Punthers moved ahead early tn crowd in the Handley gym last the final period and stayed in Saturday night. front to the end. The Panthers, with Bobby Spinks The 'big factor of the Ex-Pan- Danny Eismon and Larry Burns thers was the rebounding of Bill each making points made a spiri- and Charles Hines. The two 6-6 ted come-back in ,the second half brothers, along with Bill Zombro, to ou~core Handley. 24-18 but 6-4 cer~ter provided the ball puss- never fully recovered from their ession opportunities ior Charles second period }apse. Town while guards George Trun- The first period was a hi,p-and- dle ,and Ernie Rudolph took over tuck affair with Larry Burns net- the scoring job and rolled in 30 Ling three field goals wh~ile Bak- and 23 points respectively, er was dumping in a pair to put Saturday night the Ex-Panthers Handley ahead, 14-12. will go into ,action again, this But Cl~trles Town cooled off in i time against the (Buckley and I~t- the second stanza, netted only five ges cagers, one of he leading points on a free ~hrow by Jerry ,teams in the Winchester City Lea Frye and baskets by Eismon and gue. The game ,will be played on Spinks, while Donnie Oates was the Charles Town Junior High blasting away for five fielders to hardwoods at 8 p.m. spark Handley's 18-point spree In addition to the scoring of that carried ,the Judges into a c0m Rudolph and Trundle Zombro and manding 32-17 lead. Charlie Hines eu~h collected eig~nt Oatesadded seven more points points for the Ex-Panthers, with in the third period as Handley re- Bill Hines getting six. tained a comfortable edge despite Garret was ~he big gun for War Charles Town's 12-point comeback densville, with 25 points, while as Burns and Eismon each hit for Toed had 19 and Orndorff 12. a pair of buckets. 0e Coach Dick Harmison's crew D., closed the g~p to nine points in ra the ,final stanza as M~lt Cooper and Spinks each collected for two From Pa4e One fielders but goals by Oates, O'Hara and Baker preserved Handley's is still not strong enough to stop early-won lead. the Tigers who :have also been lml~ In the jayvee preliminary Dick proving w~th every passing game. ie Wilson dropped in six points At, t the same $ime Friday night axed Charles I.~ngdon added five in C:haries Town it will be ta~e but the Oharles Town plebes drop- Page Jackson Spartans, with a 3- ped in a 31-22 decision to the Hun 3 record, w~o will be playing host dley yearlings as Boyd led the vi,c- to what may prove o be the tots with 14. strongest foe they will f,ace thisThe boxscore: season in Sprin'garn High of Wash ington. Shepherdstown will travel Charles Town FG F Pts. to Berkeley county Chat night ,to Spinks, f ............ 5 0-1 10 do battle wlCh the Hedgesville Burch, f ............ 0 0-0 0 High cagers on the Martinsburg Cooper, f ........... 2 1-2 5 Junior High gymnasium; and Coffman, f .......... 0 0-0 0 other ~ction tha~ night will see Eism0n. c ........... 5 0-2 10 Berkeley Springs,travelling to Paw iBurns, g ............ 5 0-2 10 Paw for a county rivalry renewal, Robinson, g ........ 0 0-0 0 a battle which ~he Paw Paw boys Ranalll, g .......... 1 3-3 5 should win without too much dif- Frye. g ............. 0 1-1 1 f lcul,ty since they have a 9-2 mark Wilt, g .............. 0 0-1 0 for the season. All top quality items. Stock up during these sale days and save! SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative PHONE 43 RANSON, W. VA. Burch was high scorer for he Kastle team with 12, while Ma- gaha had 11 and Chrisman 10 for ,the Kastle. ~or the Town and Country ClotHiers it was Simons wLth 14 points and Jamison, with 13 who led the scoring ,parade. The boxscores: MOOSE FG F Pts. Gore ................ 6 0-0 12 Melvin ....; ......... 0 1-2 1 Ranalli ............. :2 1-2 5 Wwlters ............ 3 0-0 6 C. Hines ............ 5 7-7 1 0~ Wa er ............... 0 0-0 G'ri~J~l~ .. ............. 2 0-O Wil~h~re ,:~:~~y.~?~ 3-3 14 Totals .......... . 22 12-14 56 W. & R. SALES FG F Pts Hough ..' ............ :2 1-1 5 Bowers ............. 3 1-1 7 Pi,tVinger . ~ : ......... 0 1-1 1 Dan Dopson ........ 1 1-1 3 Bill Hines ........... 4 0-0 8 Anders .............. 1 1-1 3 Kidwiler ............ 1 1-1 3 Dyke Dopson .... :... 3 0-1 6 Nicewarner ...... ~... 2 0-1 4 Totals:../:'.~..,... 17 6-8 40 KASTLE FG F Pts. Chrisman ............ 4 2-4 10 Magaha ...... . ..... 4 3-4 11 Don Dopson .. ...... 1 3-6 5 Leslie ............... 0 0-0 0 Sullivan ............ 1 1-1 3 Horn ............... 0 0-0 0 Lops ................ 1 1-1 3 Whi,tington ........ 1 0-0 2 Burch .............. 6 0-1 12 Totals. ......... .. 18 10-17 46 TOWN & COUNTR~ FG F Pts. Saturday night Hedgesville will Totals .......... 18 5-12 41 be in Martinsburg again, this time Handley FG F Pts. playing St. Joseph's Catholic High. ~ - ........ Monday night will be 'an off night in the section, but it's a sure bet that hundreds of cage fans from ~his section and area will be motoring ~6 Washington, D. C. to see ,t~e Mountaineers and Colon- ials clash a,t Uline Arena ~t 8:30. : Tuesday nigl~ six more ,big bat- : ties wi,l }b'e on Lapin ~he ~rea wi,th : ,the Ch,arles Town-Harpers Ferry ha, tile ~t Harpers Ferry o ,be ,the big one in Jefferson county. This Will be a return engagement for :~he two teams and in the firstI imee?Ang the Charles Tc~n Pan- thers won, but not before fine Tig- ers gave finem a lot of trouble. Shepherdstown and Musselman will be waging a big sectional bat tle ,that evening at Musselman and again i,t will be the Cardinals who w411 have too much ,for the Apple- men .o stop. The Page Jackson Spartans will be entertaining Douglass High of Winchester; Frederick (Md.) High will be wt Martinsburg end Hed- gesville will be at Oldtown, Md. Wednesday nigh~ the Charles Town High Panthers will have he entire cage s,how q~o themselves as 4;he Clarke County High boys of Berryv~lle move in for a game. Whittington ........3 1-i 7 Fries ............... 2 1-2 5 Frye ................ 0 0-0 0 Jamison ............ 5 3-7 13 Simons ............ , 6 2-5 14 Via ................. 0 1-1 1 Walker ............. 2 0-0 4 Totals ........... 18 8-16 44 --SPONSORED BY THE-- ..... CHARbES IN, W.. VA ............. Oates, f ............10 3-5 23 l=tinker, f ............ 0 2-3 2 Aman, f ............ 2 0-2 4 McMullen, c ........ 1 0-2 2 O'Hara, g .......... 4 0-3,8 Baker, g ............ 3 0-2 6 HambIeton, g ........ 2 1-5 5 Totals .......... 22 6-22 50 Score by periods: Charles Town 12 17 29---41 Handley 14 32 43--50 Officials: Ren~,ch and Fahey. Army Spc. Roger Clarke Sent to Fort Eustis Fort Eustis, Ca. (AIITNC)-Army Specialist Four Roger D. Clarke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Enos Clarke, 1012 S. Raleigh Street, Martins- burg recently was assigned to the U. S. Army Transportation Re- search and Engineering Command at Fort Eustis, Va. Specialist Clarke, a clerk in ,the command's Headquarters and Ser vice Company, entered the Army in November 1956. ' The 19-year-old soldier at, tended Martinsburg High School For Quemony shelled tacks enter 4th Goldwater favors ination in 1960. A. E. C. drops its buy uranium. Outlook for steel optimistic. e RACI AT CHARLES DECEMBER 18- FEBRUARY -- 44 DAYS POST TIME 1:00 8 RACES HEATED CLUB ADMISSION GRANDSTAND --All Seasons _ . . . All Good Rec Here's the "right now" serV|~e lookirig for and expect. Pho i~ ~ The MINUTE MANager I" ~, ~ money ready when Y ~\\~III need it' ,,,~ Counsehng S~ tLY~ CHARLES TOWN FINANCE CO., Rooms6 and 7, Mason Building PHONE: CHARLES TOWN 790 (1) You won't have them when you need for something really important. (2) They contribute to inflationary help keep prices on the rise . . . wast!ng awaY purchasing power of dollars you spend m the / S~ved dollars ,work just the opposite, Deposited in your savings account, they earn e dollars for you. They help keep inflation under control, help Y# get MORE for the dollars ,you spend later. Thus, you are money ahead TWO w'ays when spend wisely, save persistently. Your Account Is Always Appreciated At The Member F. D. I. C. and I ederal Reserve System Charles Town, W. Phone I0