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Southern On TV Saturday 2:00 P. M. ROD THORN and GEORGE KING at a lively pace at the top of the Southern Con. successive victories over William and Mary, Furman ~don foreign courts, the West Virginia Mountaineers day to take on a formidable North Carolina State ay in the Civic Center Auditorium in Charleston, contest will be televised and channel 9 in Washington beginning at 2:00 P. M. Shown above is the Moun- sophomore star Rod Thorn and head coach George } pkit o[ IGHT'S--THE NIGHT for the Puzzle Panthers: Martinsburg Bulldogs will be in town bp. m. engagement at the CHS gym and every uilding will be filled. The Panthers certainly a score to settle with their cross-the-line rivals feel confident that they will not suffer any such as the one which came their way a few weeks pl lyif in the Martinsburg gym. Go ahead, you a pull a real upset. You have the guns--start LES i{)WN'S anthez whipp ed the .Hgrp.ers. :rs" ht ce last Thursday 53 to 47 to even ketbt ll court for this season. In a contest at Some weeks ago, the Panthers were tripped up thriller... *w * FANS ILL get their chance to see Coach Maddex's Handley High Judges in action when to the Shepherd College gymnasium for the Conference basketball tourney in February 16, 17 and 18... Other teams in the es Wood, Herndon, George Mason and o S are in order for Charles Town Bill Brown and head coach Ronnie Phil- successful efforts in bringing the Class to this end of the Eastern Panhandle for The tourney will be staged in the Shepherd March 3 and 4 with the Panthers meetin$ Jn the opening round... 4r our friend Walter Youse, LAST WEEK, or the Baltimore Orioles and manager of the baseball team of Baltimore, told us that had a very good chance of becoming the two first baseman if ,he shows up well in g. Barker can hit the ball O. K. and if he fielding, I believe he will make the grade, RARtcETT, WVU's handsome athletic publicity us a note as follows this moruing: Max: and WSVA Harrisonburg are among the telecast of the Mountaineer- game Saturday at 2:00 p. m. from Regards, Eddie... TOWN's Kastle Men s Shop bowlers dropped Friday night to the Buncutter Oil five in match on the Health Center Alleys in y of" Winchester. Polly Moore had a Virginia Dorsey and Nancy Roth chip- games each... ROUZEE, 'West irginia': ace basketball Calls in to "tell us to advise everyone that he fairly well. occupied Saturday afternoon from told us Sunday: "I am going to tell door and not to call me for anything, m the .case-of-an emergency---and it had too,--because I am going to watch lick North Carolina State on my TV REAR about the recent illness of our long- friend Claude O. "Hop" Caskey who attack a few days ago. "Hop," the one- TURN TO PAGE 2---B t t Will Take On Action; Plans for staging the annual Class "AA" scholastic basketball tournament for Section 7 of Reg- ion 2, were made Saturday mor- ning at a meeting of coaches and principals of the four participat- ing schools held at Capon Bridge High School. And for the first time since 1957 the cage show will be staged on the Shepherdl College gymnasium in Shepherds-J town. The Shepherd site was selected over the Petersburg High gym- nasium, site of the action for the past few years, and Friday Mar- ch 3 and Saturday, March 4 were the dates picked. William Brown, principal of Charles Town High School, who was named as director for the tournament, said Monday that[ there will be two games each ev-I ening, with the consolation bat-i fie and championship games on Saturday evening. I The first$ game each evening] will get underway at 7 p. m. with' the second game set for about 9 p. m~ Drawing's Highlight .... In the drawings which was the hightlight of the meeting, the Charles Town High Panthers drew Romney High's Pioneers in the opening night's action, while Berkeley Springs will meet Peters burg. The two winners of FridayI nights action will meet in the1 tournament finals and the two los[ ers will meet in the consolationI battle. I The group also selected FloydI Elliott of Cumberland, Md. andI John Stanislawczwik, of Keyser as tournament officials. And Prin cipal Brown said they had been contacted and had accepted the tournament. Tentative plans are, if they are available, to use the same persons as official scorer and timer who work the Class "A" Sectional tournament. Brown said admission both nights will be 50 cents for stu. dents and $1 for adults. There will be no advance ticket sale, tickets being sold at the doo '. " The group also voted to present the large trophy giver by the West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities .Commission to the win- ning team along with the game basketball. Medgls will also be presented toeach of the players. the coaches and team manager. Other Awards There will also be a trophy for the runner-up team and also for the winner of the consolation game. An all-tournament team of eight players will be' named and the principals of the four partic- ipating schools, or their delega- ted representatives, will select the best group of cheerleaders. Medals will be presented to the all tournament team and a tro. phy will go to the best cheerlead- ers. Special tournament programs will be made available both nights of tournament play and there will also be refreshments available both nights, Brown said. The winner of this section's act ion will go on into Regional II play March 10-11 in Weston. Berkeley Springs High was not represented at Saturday's meet. ing. Representing Charles Town High were Coaches Ronnie Phil- lips and William Jordan and Prin c ipal ,.Brown; from Petersburg One Veteran's Records Holder -- Value $3.50 With ANY Order Foe' Pens Specialties Book Matches Calendars Display Rgom in Nichols aids. 121 N. Chides, Chades Town @hone 486, After 6-.-I 132 ~b. 2-1t.-pd. Shepherd: Town in were Coach Carroll Michaels and Principal Tom Sites; and from Romney Itigh Coach Roger Par- ker. Not since 1957 when one phase of a split tournament was staged at Shepherd College has the Class AA Sectional action been staged in Jefferson County. In that act- ion five teams were involved in the tournament and Charles Town and Martinsburg battled it out on the Shepherd gynmas- ium and Franklin and Ronlney battled it out on the Potomac State floor, with Keyser drawing a "bye" in the first round of play. The second round of action was all then shifted to the Poto- mac State floor. The Charles Town High Pan- thers gave the Petersburg ttigh Vikings a real battle for two per iods Tuesday night in Petersburg before faltering in the stretch and dropping a 5846 decision. The victory was No. 13 for the Vikings as against two defeats and for Charles Town it was their fifth defeat in nine starts. The first period ended in a 15- 15 tie and at halftime the Vik- ings had moved ahead only by four points. By the end of the third quarter the Grant Countians had built up an 11 point margin (46-35) al- though the Panthers sliced this lead to four points before the Vik ings ptilled away again. Petersburg FG F Pts. Boor, f ........... ... 2 3-5 7 Nelson, f ............ 7 0-01 4 Michael, c ..........5 6-816 Alt, g ............... 5 34 13 Bruce ............... 2 0-1 4 Barr, f .............. 0 1-2 1 Hartung, f .......... 1 1-2 3 Koontz, g ............ 0 .0-1 0 Totals ... : .... '.'.' 2"-27 14-2"-"3 58 Charles Town FG F Its. Eismon, f ........... 2 6-7 10 Taylor, f ........ .... 2 1-1 51 Brown, e ............ 5 2-4 12 Wilson, g ............ 1 4-6 6 Moler, g " 3 1-2 7 Will Play Host y on Shepherdstown Hit shepherdstown High School's talented Varsity basketball team shown above will be going for victory No. 9 as against only four defeats Friday night when they play host to the Purple Panthers of Charles Town High School in a return sectional battle on the Shepherdstown High hardwoods. Coach Bill Osbourn's edgers dropped ~t decision to the Panthers in Charles Town by a some- what decisive ma, rgin, but Shepherdstown players and fans are thinking in terms of a real close game with the Panthers Frida~ night. Members of the squad as shown above are, first row, left to right:--Barry Mills, Jeff Stephens. Andy Cavalier. Dave Derr. Marvin Thomas, Wayne LeHew, John Rentch, James Hopwell, Bill Speg, Randy Snyder. and Manager Richard Blue. Second row, left to right:---Coach Bill Osbourn. Charlie Hunter, Jerry Boyd, Charles Swope, Lynwood Stride. Terry Sara. Larry Osbourn, Richard Welsll, and Manager Paxton Marshall. (Photo Courtesy of Martinsburg Journal) Ballenger, g ........ 2 2-2 6 Lowery, g . ......... 0 0-1 0 Totals ............ 15 16-23 46 USE THE CLASSIFIEDS With'the unbeaten Martinsburg ttigh Bulldogs undoubtedly rated as the best scholastic team in the section and possibly the area, ev- ery team in the section is point- ing for them, hoping to be the team to stop the Bulldogs. And tonight it will be Charles Town High's .Panthers who will be try- ing to turn the trick. Then next TuesSay night it will be the Fred ,crick Keydets in L Frederick. As:a matter of fact the Martins burg-Charles Town battle or~ the Charles Town Senior High gym- nasium tonight will be .the big gam.e of the night for sectional fans. In the first meeting of the teams in Martinsburg, several weeks ago the Panthers of Coach Ronnie Phillips, suffered a most humilitating defeat in Martins- burg. The Panthers played the Laeg,Romantic tligh Cagers will travel to Old- town, Md. for a battle and the St, Joseph's Catholic ltigh cagers will go lo Clear Spring, Md. Action Aplenty Friday night there will be act- Paw Paw will be at Capon Bri(Ig~, and Shepherd College will I)e at Southeastern University, Although there are no games in this sectior~ Saturday night there will be one on television which will lie of Inuch mh'rest to The good old-fashioned type of valentine, warmly ,expressing sincere sentiments that are ageless. They Are By HALLMARK ion aplenty, with the Charles local fans when the North Carp. To~',n-Shepherdstown battle at lina Slate cagers meet head-on Shepherdstown being tile big one with West Vilginia University in In the first meeting of the two the Charleston Auditorium. aggregations in Charles Town Mon .................. ,, .m ..... . ..... ' ([aV :~Hep[lertl Colteg(' -'... uoacfl Pnllhps cagers I'()lle(I lo tr-,,,l ~d,,, th, w,~t .... :,.., 'n ~' "' ' 1`r a cash 62-39 vmto 3 But on the tl * " ...... . ....... [ le state tor a brief road lt~p and Bun(togs a good game for one Shepherdstown noor n is aoum- the Rams ~ill b( at Davis & !'t quarter and then everything ful that the Panthers will find '- .... i . ' '* '" ........ es for "- . ., ......... ~ Kills Cotleg In a previous game seemed to tall to ptec " me the Caruinals lilac easy io handle ,.7 ~. ;. ; ..... " , ; ........... " "Wlln the 1~, & t" ooys In bnt*l)ller(1 rantncrs, ao wlm inls past per- Als ~ i '' "' " o Friday n ght the ttalpers s .......... " " 'to~n r(cently the Shet)herd mrmance to ltve flown, me ran- .-. ..... , ~ thers will be trying their besteerry lhgh Tigers will he in Mar lRams canle lllrough with a xic. to regain some of that lost pres- tmsburg to tangle w~th the St. {toly. tige tonight. And although the Joseph s Catholic High cagers l Tuesday night Shepherd Col. , " leg, still oil tile road trip ~ill Panthers may not be able to go and {he Tigers should bring hack], . i: . ! : . .!.! :! -, ~ a victmy as a lesult'oi" this it i, I tnvatte Falrmont for a flame wttR so far to get a victory, mey _ " ". "," " " ," "P. ' . :h ~.. 2 ~.~ ~-na ........ ~., .... ~ I Ilan~'ock will. be at Hed~csville;TURN TO PAGE 2---B Will ~.~|Vt:~ IlIU DI..ILIILItY~Z**~ ~l l~.Jt IlIUIU ]. trouble all tile way then they did -~ ..... : ........... = ........ ~ ....................... in Martinsbur"' " I SPIRII OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE ~" ] SEC~IION~ ~ ~ ~ :~ B--SPOR'I S PAGE In other cage action tonight local interest the Hedgesville] THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1961 We are happy to add our support to the Annual 'Fund Drive For the Boy Souts. . . Truly a Wonderful Organization Deserving the Support of Everyone. [ele] Bat lklITrusl . Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System Phone 587 Ranson, W. Va. and you can be sure they're the best. qlqake 9our ..qelect on now Choose from our.Mrge vode, CHARLES TOWN PHOTO & GIFT SHOP Phone 367 Charles Town, W. Va. i /