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~iI) II SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE JANUARY 27 1966 SECTION---B --- SPORTS SECTION --- I @ @ I [Panthers DON RENTCH -- SPORTS EDITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 27 Martinsburg at Allegany ',TE LOCAL COVERAGE - SCORES - PICTURES Musselan at Charles Town Jan- ] With Old Man Winter becom- Musselman will be at Smith- tar High mg more unpredictable with each burg and tledgesville will travel FRIDAY, JAN. 28 passing day, it's hard to say just to llancock for a Bi-State Confer- St. Joseph's at Harpers Ferry what the sectional and area ence battle. Clear Spring at Sbepherdstown schoolboy basketball card will be Friday night action in the near Musselan at Smithburg, 1:30 p. serving up the rest of this week by Virginia counties will pit Lou- nu and possibly even early next with doun County against ttandley Hedgesville at Hancock } postponements coming thick and lligh in Winchester; Clark~ Cow, Shepherd at Fairant State 1 fast as a restflt of the Winter nty will travel to Fauquire Cou- Boansboro at WilUamslmrt snows. But there is one thing for nty and James Wood will be at Lowdown County at Handley sure - - the cage action from now Herndon , Vl E WS Clarke County at Fauquire Cow- until the end of FebrUary will be ] While "there wont be any cage sty heavier than was originally plann! action in Jefferson County Sat- Paw Paw at Wardensville ed and as a result the road down~ urday night there will be a num BY MAX BROWN Brunswick at Walkersville the home stretch will be rough her of battles taking place else. James Wood at Herndon and rugged, where, of extreme interest to SATURDAY, JAN. 29 While Charles Town High's local fans. CONGRATULATIONS to Eddie Shall, the former Summit Fort Hill at Martinsburg cagers have enjoyed an open For instance the Charles Town week from Saturday until this High Panthers will be doing bat- Charles Town at Lowdown County Saturday night, the weather so tle Saturday night in Leesburg, dot boy who graduated from Charles Town High School a Shepherd at Alderson Broaddus far has not interferred with their Va., where the Pahthers will be ~' Years ago and played quarterback for the Purple Panth- Furman v$ WVU at Beckley schedule. But this is not true in playing the Lowdown County L on being named "Outstanding Young Man of 1965 ' by Clarke County at Handley the case of Harpers Ferry and Raiders a return game for one e Jaycees of the Greater Falls Church area.. Robert E. Lee at James Wood Shepherdstown High Schools an played earlier in the season in ........... MONDAY, JAN. 31 the Charles Town Junior High Charles Town. In the Charles WHILE opening date is fully seven weeks away, the first St. John's New York at WVU The Charles Town Junior High 7th grade basketballers, coached by Harry Barker, have been turning School. Town battle the Panthers, now Western Maryland at Shepherd Servation for Starlight Terrace, the popular dining area at Smithburg at St. Joseph's Mar- in some fine basketball this season despite the fact their record to date stands at only two victories In Charles Town Junior High had 10-1 on the season, are not expect Lenandoah Downs, was taken last Friday by Ed Blake in tinsburg i five game~ Several of their losses have been by narrow margins and they have come against taller and their games with Harpers Ferry ed to experience too much difficu e publicity department, when a chap by the name of Joe TUESDAY, FEB. 1 I possibly more experienced teams, set for Monday night postponed lty taking the measure of the 2-6 ens telephoned from :Baltimore, for a table for eight on Harpers Ferry at Berkeley Spr- Tommy Ott, Marshall Williams and Dewey Whitmore have been leading the scoring attack for the because of snow and both Harp- Lowdown County team again. little Panthers. Members of the team as shown above are: Ronnie Marcus, kneeling in front with the ers Ferry and, ShepherdstownI Other Saturday night action on ttUrday, April 2... lugs ~ 'tlmsketball; and standing are (left to right).-DaleAppell, Paul Smith, Jeff Anders, Robert Anders, auied for 'l~esuay night. These] College cagers against Alderson Sbepberdstown at Charles Town nad to postpone sche-lthe road will pit the Shepherd LEEDS RIELY, one-time racing power in Charles Town, Musselman at Hedgesvllle Tommy Ot~, Steve Hooper and Dewey Whitmore. (Photo by Tim Sinn.) games had all been re-scheuule(1 ! Broaddus in a West Virginia Con Martinsburg at Waynesbero [ ~ for Wednesd.ay night, but onceI ference game at Alderson; Fur- o is known throughout West Virginia for his long interest , racin circles when he managed Wat rford Park, now the Fej oBJ Jnswlck G me Countyagain thesehoolsCiOsingbecauseOt oezterson/of snow, manta1 University andt West Vir- /g a will be battl ng in a South of Iim Edwards, for the late A1 Boyle, spends hm time ~.rough on another postponement. [ ern Conference tilt at Beckley; these days. Leeds comes home over the weekends, Pos~d By W~t~ Ana no new aate nas oeen sett Fort Hill High of Cumberland, will be glad when the racing season ends at the Mary- for these games yet Wednesday Md., will be in Martinsburg for a afternoon, reurn game and Clarke County track in May and he can return to Altona and get in Sh0rt e At Brunswick The Charles Town Junior High will be at Handley High in Win- of golf this summer... .......... cagers are all set to meet the chester. Musselman Junior High 7 th and Monday night sectional cage WAS NOT NEWS to readers of this corner :-Who were The basketball game which was 8th grade teams in a double- fans will direct their attentions Icl two months ago that Dick Harmison, the ex-Charles MIDGET CAGE LEAGUE !o have been played between me 1 header_ attraction this. evening to two games, one to be played in OWn and ex-Martinsburg football coach could have theSTANDING- OF TEAMS tlarpers .................... ~erry tlign Tzgers ano (Tnursaay) on me unarms Town Mor~antown bv St Johns Univ~.r. rth Hagerstown (Md.) coaching post---if he wanted it ...... Brunswick, (Md.) High Friday -- Junmr High hardwoods The first Isitv of New York and t~, M .... Team w L " ~ ........... " " J night had to be postponed be. At the January meeting of the, a. m. Thursday, April 14 which game Is set for 7 p.m.aineers; and another to be slaved here's a lot more we could tell you on this subject, but not Celtics 10 1 I cause of the closing down of the Lady Golfers of the Sleepy Hal-1 will be the opening day of action Headlining the Friday night ! on the Shepherd College "gym 0W.. Keep your eyes turned in this flirection., t'ac=ers 5_ Moreland High School due to a low Golf and Country Club held [ for the ladies in the 1966 season games will be two set, zor Jester- i asium where the Rams will be W ,, . .... , . Lakers ~ .~ cr~ti'cal water shortage in the at the home of Mary. Ann .Ham-] The officers and chairmen for son County, in Shepneras-thosting Western Maryland. ELCOME TO the family .--Harry Buddy Zlmmer- Koyam , 1 lU town of Brunswick. mann, the ladies aiscussea ana f the new year are: town., where toe uard Will.Oe I Tuesday night's headliners will Martinsburg's perpetual motion Ambassador of Good ....... ....... I ...... approved a new policy 0t posting I Mrs Ma, Ann Hammann "re nosung me ciea, r prlng, aa., : feature the Shepherdstown Char- rill, city planner, insurance salesman, sportsman, etc., etc., ~n~:UUL~: O~" ~U~ I.oown'"~ xnursaay" ,-s,. ..... ana\ ~?me x~runs-~'~-" and nothipg_ higher, than. a double[~ ~- talent", .....~r~:~,'~, ........ m~,.~,,,.a..~.._.., o=~,~'~-:' teamFe and me omer. in ~arpers. ! les Town battle in Charles Town a regular subscriber to this newspaper this week. SATURDAY, JAN. 29 [ ......................... bogey on their handup c~rd. [ t~,-~. To,~ ~,.~ *~.o,~. rry wnere me Tigers will be and the Harpers Ferry - Berkelev ...... I w~cz graue scant wu~ ctu~u rri- p ...... ~,~a ~.. **. ......... *~ "-'~ ............ , "'; ..... " hostin= St Josenh's Catholic ...... _ . , - , --: .- 'n~'l vS ueileS , _ , t w~ a$~u ~uA ~,a~u~t~ pl~acil~/ t~. l $ k' ~pl'lll S ame to ve playe~ m W in the world did you get along without it and reach the Pac'ke TM takers [ way. . . that thi formula would in all/,. nmrmen HeeLi.hal.home cagers of Martinsburg. Berkeley g prings ition you now hold today, Buddy? ? Thanks for the $4 ~-~m #' " ] The existed to be probabihty benefit everyone. I[o-y oorei mc St. $osephs wtth- .V,l vecord " td 12 cents West virginia tax. ou're on I w~v~.~v~,=, ~-,~u. , ~ played at a )uSer cute. The group also voted to have[ uonaia; L~mes way maay ~moo~ ~or the season and with an easy GOODE BROTHERS WIN BY cR~Y~: vs pLak~Trs [ Municipal officials in Brans-[three home and home matches1 7earnament, Nancy R0th; Handi. v~ctory over the T)gers on the 2-1 SCORE OVER COOPERS ,WHILE Charles Town High's basketball express is rolling .. wick said Friday the water situat this year; to require eacn mem.| p, ]oorotny urown; Tropnles ~L Joe tioor, !s no~: exepctea to t 0ng in high gear, it would be well for Coach Bill Jordan s w~m" ..... only zour~more g-a--me~ to ion in Brunswick is the most [ber to purchase a golf rule book[ Marge Brown and publicity, Bar. nave_to much troume w~m rtarp. ! The Goods Brothers Buick and .......... critical it has been in years land to be ready to tee off at 9:301 bara Ho0per ers Ferry's cagers who have yet o...+~ ~,.. ~...L.,~ ....... pYs to take a look at what happened last March when they oe piayea, me uemcs appear to , i ' to win a ball ~ame. ................ ~,,-~ ~=m v~ be headed for their secona cons , " " " kled the Petersburg Vikings on their home court. Remem- " ec ...... : ........ ' ..... ~ I Charles Town scored a 2 1 vic ,,~ .... ho'~nionshi'~ i" the Char- ] ~l__ ~ __ I#~L__J__ ql= m t STORY MIGHT BE SAME I tory over Cooper's Jewelry Fri- r ? ?.. The Panthers are almost sure to come face-to-fact ............ ,- " "" la as ~m-a s-~a~~ s-a~aua |~ l~ I The story might be much the day night in the Evening Star these same Vikings again on Friday night, March 4--- ~S.TO~;lkMAdg~ thL~eirgU~en~hYic, LtRtll ~ ll~ltl~lJI t~d~ib ,.......w s~ev|| ,~s. [same at Shepherdstown where Ladies Duckpin Bowling League on this same basketball court, too---because the winner to ~ in I1 ames Wednesda ' (,~ ~;1 I M.*--t, g% ..... @L.19L I the Cardinals with only one vic- on the Health Center alleys in Petersburg-Moorefield game set for opening night--- nigrYht, Jan lgl when they scorey _ II It / . [m~ ~ag~rs ~p~l~" It~ry ininine games will be tang- Winchester. [' on the Petersburg home floor---will, be waiting for them. ..... m~al=al~ I~/~[k~fl~fll~fl~ I .... I 1" g w'th a fine Clear Spring Gertrude Prain led the Charles a 24-15 vicm~c v rdt[, e e r: ll[ l t[,llllI Illtl~lt~llU~llt llAJm.,,,..~l[.. | team which shows a record of ll-l,Town team to the victory with a C uld turn out to be the Vikings, who Jordan's cagers will ,~a~on an a L oya , , ..... I Ir I Willl Ion the season. [121 high game score and a 335 OYe to contend with again., eo c OrrYes Yec COr g :accou [_ . I The Charles own Junior High[ Other Friday night action will individual set score. Virginia PALAMAR, the former Charles Town Legion out- nt for 23 of the 24 points scored ~ ....... ~v,,~ ,~ P~-- u~-~am~ I~)M g P . Jlll 't '@a I 4~llilt i ~N~g~ ]ca~,e , ...... ~;. _ ~ .... , ..... Ifind Shepherd College going Dorsey also played a major role " ] -~ll~ldl~Ill~ll]k~ I I~ I.II~l I with the Hed esville Juni .... I agamst Fairmont State, the top in the victory by coming up with b the Celtics Dlllow and Them ~Mi ~l~ llm~h~li ~ ~ m-~WtMllldl g or rl~gn Y " " P t ~ ~ / teams Thursda " T.... [ team in the West Virginia Con- a 108 single game score and a 312 ], lder who is now athletic ins uctor at South Potomac Jr. [ j yalmrnoon,I ..... son were the top and only scorers ] " " t a ~ ference at Fazrmon and the set !gh School in Hagerstown, Md., is engaged to Miss Bonnie " ~ ry 20 on the Charles Town Jan- fOrlattertheforLakers as Watsonthe formerscored | r. ~rryhit e; of the wa AGUE ers Fe H~ h hard Rams have been given little - INDEPENDENT LE the Harp rry "g - tar High floor " " t Line, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Line of Keedys- for 8 parers" and the latter 7. en~a~an~c, n~' ~ boards the Home Alter team de ,~" ,1, .... ,~+~ ....~nn... chance to upset the Falcons. Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate .......................... AMS . , _ ", The Churl ....... , .... ~ ..... o., in me otner game oz me nlgm a T T be ,re. Md. No date has yet been announced for the wedding. .......... |Team W L fe ted the A.. &. ys by a 47-j dropped a close 38-31 decision to]i i ~' - .......... . me Faegers ~ep~ memsewes m l. , .... " ' 33 score "'- ; ........... L~OnS lUll[ O 5 0 /~ne Heogesville rays aster leaa-/, __ the league race by scormg a 29 12 g 1 e ..UDDY BARKER, the former Charles Town Legion " I~ .... ~o,-,~ 4 1 Frank Simons led the Home A1-] "ng throughout the first half The| ERS victory over the last-place Roy- "'-'=" ....... .... " ~l'd baseman who brought a lot of glory to ]ocal and sect- als The win kent the PackerslKnights Of Pythias 3 2 ter team m scormgw,th 18 points| defeat gave the Charles Town|l Fr GANS JEWR fans. with his fine performance at Legion Park, recently " " " I A T & T. 1 4 while Oliver Weller had 10, John.| boys an even break with Hedges.| ] 9qn w~,~ W~=h~n=~,m .~t ~h~,.l,== T ..... tw ames back of the lead ............... ~ ......................... o g " g ~ Home Alter 1 4 son 9, Anders 8, and Mills 2. For| ville in the two game series, Cha.l I -- ' ed for a sizeable increase with the New York Yankees. Celtics, but with o~ly four moreI sue'a Men's Shop 1 4 the A.T. & T. cagers T. Roy had[ ries Town having won the first[]t TURN TO 2--B , league games to be placed tney j ~ I 16 points to lead the attack, while[ game played in Hedgesville by all [ PRESE2NT: face an uphill battle m trymg to S:a!IDHH~~ !lHen ello t 4 an ow 45-40 Y[hR SMI~S !: ,2' v,v,q I-'1 I l[~ l~ --ll l~/~ ~l ~ ".'f,] ".'t,. --_X." -J~ g P l ~:.__ ; " " " , Ferry roared back in the second[ . " I i t l~lll/li~~~'\.,.~.TM f~. eight. ........ |half and overcame a 31-23 half-,third period Hedgesville outscor-[ [ I'~T l[Tl~Tfvl" Al~t~]~l~ T A~V" A I]EYAVO Royals collected. ! ,[le~ men s ~aop ........ ~ of P~thias caoers in a novertime ]lead and stayed in front the rest[ I -_,:~ - .... ~ ~ six of the 12 points which the' ~.:~ P'. _m:,. --~ome Alter vs ~,as- time deficit to defeat the Knights ,ed Charles Town 11-5 to take the l, ,~t, tg~.~l~Jla21kl~.u.tul~, l.azxl-#X-VV Z'XlO 1} , Z~'~O p m . r~nlgncs o~ ]vy~nlas " ~ ~' Saturday night s doubleheader ] vs teen's "Clt-o i battle by a 67-65 score I Y. 1 J f.._L |1--| .... A- i VEc0nomically vAutomatically VContinuously st one becau of the $ l . " Dewey Whitmore led the Char- was po p d se [ ..... = ........ at Charles Norval Wflhs led the Harpers J .......... I I 3UEil iliU $ AS A i Reynolds Softstream Fully- manually, for far le~ ltte~ wtmn~y, ~u o ies Town scoring wi~n lZ points, snow storm and these two games t ,,~ ,, m~,h " Ferry attack with 20 points, while I,.,~a. ,~,m..~o *...~ ,, ,,..a ^:a I I !~ Automatic Water Softener you would expectto pay, .......... ~'= ....... ,, u.=..o .au ..~ =.u ~,.,.- will be made up at the end of the Bob Brown had I8, Dave Trail 15, [ will give you oll the soft You re,,ll,,-,,n'+ ,,~,,,,4 ~,~ regular season play I 7:00. p. m. ,_Harpers Ferry vs Jackson 10, Longerbeam 2 and [er : d Osett:: r emaeh:h "harles [I 1847 R0dners 52-Pc. Service for 8 water you need at rock " ~ .......... " be without soft water, when " ..... =tJmgn r ams f e a ga e e u , Jones 2 For the Knights o bottom cost ~ you con buy= Reynolds STUCK AL EB BOWLERS ~eM; "s Citgo vs 1 Pythias it was Ross who led the !::w; aJs~fiorl7H~gLl~ge;sd~fV~ J [ ~r=m |~. " U=~ ~ ~ I~C Now your entire family can 5oft=tream Fully-Automati~ DEFEAT O.R.C.N TEAM J a ~ - .. A PT & T vs Home [ scoring attack with 20 points, I in the third *'eriod ~ score a 38- I I J I 1-111.11N~ jll- l.n = W~J ,~I U1.Tg enjoy' the luxury of con- Water Softener, " t~:'~ =" ..... " " " " while Hamman had 11, Newman v 37 victo i~ finuou$ soft water, without |nvestigate--- Th.e Stuck and .Alger ladiest Alter .. i l0, Bill Benton 8, Taylor 7, Hill6 [ o, .o ,.-d[ l (Balance Due -- $58.25) i~~ the chore of regenerating No obliggti~m, bowling team ot unarms Town [ --U-- I o,,n r~ke~ q i ....................... ,, .... , ............. rail scored a 3-1 victory over the O.R. Leon s Cltgo cagers of Shep-/ T,, ~o ~,-a o,a ~,~ .1f the first period and after t I I ' C.N team Monday m action in herdstown returned their unblem-[ Ci+=- - mg at halfUme moved in fro t Y l Famous Brand Diamond Rm s Sr tdel We are equipped to analyze your the Bi-County Ladies' Major ished 'record and al~o first place I herdsto~ ~cored an~6-72*vi~to"~ |a 30.28 count at the end of the | [ v-~ .... , . ~,. ~.~ ~.~ v~ ~ Bowling League at Shenandoah in the Jefferson County Inde-I over Kastle's Men's Shen in theIthird period. J ! anos, l:ill,l:ris~:one lrigs, OllCt (JOl(1 water supplyFREEofcharge. Lanes. pendent Basketball League thislhi=~o~ ~,,ri,~ ~,amo-f~th~ seal Larry Carr led the Charles| [r Ri, o ~p "" t " i Town scoring with 1 po n , June Wllhngham and Evelynlpast week by scoring a par of[son to date. Hunter led the at-[ ................ I [ Grant led the Stuck and Alger l victories, but theHarpers Ferry| tack for Leon's with 21 points. He~ wn.n.e~ttaiP~ ~m~tn naa ~u, Tnn | | ~tlUL--~. |.__ victory, cagers kept Kelat~ ana Jett l~om O C01 UtlIIY__=L ___~U., |~ tediit to the former rolL, pace with them by [was followed by Miller with 171 II ing a 197 high single game score [ also scoring a pair of victoriesI Branson had 14 Washington 111 [ .............. ..-'--.. | | P11~.~ ~ imp ~ i tip IRi/R ~ and the latter had the high indi- J Monday and Wednesday nights, J Myers 10 Mills 9 and Waldeck 4 ] IffI~|]I~INLILY ~ULA~t ~l!~l~'|~ I I IF B1 I'rAIIAN wwn HONE 725-7021 -- CHARLES TOWN, W.. VA. vid"al set score ^" 5~7 ' "el-- into overtime to win one I .. .. "A , .. ..... ,'_" | ........................ I I ~= v rl ~mrvrs. ,t~ I@l~ II Immr~ml l~ u~ o . ~; ~ I for ~asue s It was Jonn ~numzl ~ne rrmnmy ~ass oz um ~'1 I Set scores for the Stuck and of them and take over undisputed J with 33 points, who led the at- [ bury Methodist Church will meet | I -==AN]') '.~AV][~. M~~ rP~][~ ~,V SHEPHERDSTOWN- PHONE 876-2901 o ssion f second lace in ................. ~ *~Z* V .... iil Alger team were: Nancy Roth, P sse o P Jtack. He was supported by Burch Monday, January 31, at the home| 1 476; Evelyn Grant. 537; Virginia league play. [with 12, Hall with 9, Randalli 6, of Virginia Yontz, West Wash.| | ~ell Friel,~ b,~4-~,~,I~, ~t q~,~ ct Dorsey, 465; and J. WiUingham, In the first game of'a triple-lWalker 5, Appell 4 and Cani-iington St., Charles Town, begin-[ I o 493. I header Monday night, Jan. 17, onTURN TO PAGE 2-B ning at 7:30 p.m. | |""11 ' i ii i[ ~ ,,m