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i :, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE | -..- ~ ..... .! Moody 23, as the Falcons stopped[, ' ,T I. [ • ' ' " I-all" ~,~ruwu the Rams winning streak at four n RSDA , FEBRUARY 3, 1966 SECTION--B g games " I I , T I| [C [ $ I~ ....L---1 T-- The'Rams gave the Falcons all ~ d ~ I/ . ,, i . [.IUt 1U good battle during the first tenl| I[ J ! I 'W ......... r minutes of the game, trailing] | m I] . . . -- C~&., |~.. I~A, ~1 their hosts only by a narrow 26-24[ | .. ] |! im [ | | DON RENTCH --- SPORTS EDITOR 3d|lJ IIIV I-UI II margin. II b F p , I|ti I I . " But midway of the second tenI I i l| MPLETE LOCAL COVERAGE - SCORES - PICTURES ...................... minutes of play the Falcons brokel I I i | I1 ""il .......... n t the" v That's thc~min- ca-e action in the sect : :~::':::::~ .... ": :::!!/:" [ ::' ' || | I I| w 1 t[l~y, or wo y g g - :::i~i~:~: =:::: ::::: :: :~. a 28-28 tie and rolled to a 52-37 ~ • • • • ~i ~::':~l I ::.: ~'"~*'i ...... i- /I J i x I lseems to be thebig guessing ion and area. I I ii ,ho . I 1 I ' ilgame which the schoolboy coach- A whole host of battles are all ~ ~ , " , I ~:~:. t~ 23 ,mints in the second halfI I lies, plays and cage fans o e tap for Friday night such as the -- ~ ! ~ [ -- ~ I -~ ~ L__ ~l [ ~ ~ ~ .i.ii:::~:::::!:::'~ I ~::::~: ~ ,qa,; • I I IIsection are playing these days big meeting btween Charles I I I Ill I I PL I I IIR I I I I ~ I lm :~.:::~ I ..... ~ J~ ................. I' '|with the 1965-66 cage schedme. Town and St Josenh's tIigh in : xne r~ams wer eaoout as corn , A a ni ht t a ea " " " __~'~[M Ii L9_._3111 [I 11 i111 U 11 [1 [~..~.~..[l~ ~ ~~~~ [I ii in their shooting as was thell KASTLE S DROP MATCH |lr~d as tOfhoT:;~dt~ey gwo~,t SPay sM~er~:rb~s~go;wntheoIt:itP~ F~rry. ~ ....... := weather outside as they hit for TO NEW ~ORK HILL " this" week be- P • ' g " r P- -- only 30 of 79 shots and their/ .......... [any more games herdstown ttigh and the Hedges- II W'I Ii II !/ / I I ~:~i: ~e~sonal record thus dropped tO/Tii4ege~:~l~l~oeS~:°~i!~/e~iSealJeff::eS°snayfn~U~yySCoh°!! ~l~l~iWilslpia'~tsPft~thga~et s~t for k.J ] I [ ~ ~'~ ] I [ I l[ | ~, ~ 1 / i:::::!~i~::i::i~i::::i!i~i"::! [ ~ Gar- Phalen was ~ real stand[ ..... " ........ [it would be possible to re-ope doubtful whether any of them fl I I • ~ I ! I I I I :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I [~ _,' f~.. She~.her~' _: ~_ _:__e~/nnt oowmrs. rnursaay nlgnt,,[schools which have been closed would be played • .~..~*:: ..... :::-:'::::~ : ~:-:':: ou~ ~,t r, u as ne ~cor u 7' ti • " • " ~ '~ ~ ~ ~ ~:,~:~,::~ .~ .... . ..... ~: I I~ ........... / Jan. 2 m ac on in me l~aies/since Friday January 21, before With sohools el-sea making, it ~:~:::!::~i::~:~ .::i:~?::::::i:!.::::: ::.:.~.: za points ann puJtea uown zu .' .- .... .- .......... o .- ~i[~::~::~i~i~! I 1 rebounds /M.a]or Bowling league in Bruns|Monday, If then. And if the difficult for coaches to do any ...... • ., . • •..,-t a z 2 "iiii:ii ii il .... : : I [ ..... : ................ l WICK, .r lfl. [schools don't re-open there won't rescheduling of names, it is not :i$S~:~i!~:~:f.:,::: : ?. :: : ".? : :::~' r.. O11~11~£ (1 Wel~ IIIJL Ollly UUL- . ": ~:~.:, ~**~:~. ~ ......... :.:,.... ..... Amy Alger led the Kastle team be an ca e actmn " " ' ~:~:a~-,.~.~ ...... ~:: : ::::::.:.: .~:: :, . . y g . known at this time just how man N 'Wb ANU Vt 'W ......... I - goaled, but also gave up the/. o ,., .......... Y ~z.o~: ~ ::::::..::.:: ......... When the scnoolooy coaches t me po pone(l games nax e al. . ,,,..:.:.:,.:. ..........................................boards for the most part to the • ............... !~iii~i~::~;~ ~i:::~:::::-i~:::::i!l [ ;i:: Falcon° [single game and a 330.set score.Inf the section and area made up ready been rescheduled, if any, Jill l₯1AA I:$1~UYY~N ~ :i:::~:::il ::il 1 ::: -. ~. .... / omer set scores tor me ~asue I ,~,,~, ~a~_~a o~a,,~ ..... ~ -’ and the new dates " ' ~i~ :::~::::~;:~:~!~.:::l ~ ~:~i "~ne trams were annuls as corn/team ar'- H r-'eVc~n ,m,). w,.E .......... - ..................... _ .. ,. ., [ '~ .... ~ ,~:::.7~ :. ":':]d~:[":~ ~': "g": L: :~" " " them scheduled at least two ~o in listing next week s cage .~.~ ........... .......... ~ ..... urday night when they tangled / .... , ,~... ~:~: ~,:, ~:~ ginia Dorsey, 298 and Gertude • activ~tle ITS lltE SEASON OF ~ ~:;~.::::.::.,:~ I ~ with the Alderson Broaddus cage/pr.,.~ 9o~ gameseach week m order to get.._ s for the section and area " " ......... in a zo- ame schedule rior to ~t ~s possible only to hst those BILL RYCZAJ [ JOHN CAVACINI formancemen In Phlhppl,was stil~bUtnottheIr ,,oodlper- g . . P ' • AND @T~//_ ~ tournament time m late February games on the regular scheduled • aT, SLIP- ,aLL: When the West Virginia l have fallen by the wayside since enough and they dropped be ind/ hanandaah P d,tHnn /They didn't have the "Blizzard of announces by the-coaches at the ..... v,,,.,,u.,.vu,,., .uu,.nv. 66' on their scneuules when mey start m me season Mountaineer cagers move mto lthe current season began, but In the final minutes of the play] | ......... • ..... • maoe mem up some monms ago me omy t~o ~egularly scne~ui ~.~ Fort Myer gymnasium at Arling-lhead Coach Bucky Waters has to lose by four points | I*__J.*x l_-- LLL_ I • " . ' " " And now that they are having to ea games are those which the H WELL, there s one nice thing that can be said about ton, Va., Saturday night to tangle I put together, a combine of .... "- ....... [ I,r~llI[ A$$1Klall0n / ......... • .• ~_ • : - " .. !i nter SPRING is sure to follow And while the bi " with the George Washington Col- I"Blockbusters and GangbUst- t* .... m ..... / I reckon with t)la Man weamer, unarms Town ~unior liign cagers ...... ~ ...... n LlarK ~0 nT ~ O * and his winds and snow, ~t ap are slated to play with Martins- )W is "~i~a hi-h outside our s,mrts desk windows this onials for a return game w~th the ] ers w~th surprising success a d U / D~.,,,. A ~/ I~,,i^.,i I , " - " • ,.-. P '~ ~ . ~" ...... Colonials the Mountaineers will]turning in fine reserve nerform- [ r a~ •/o Vl₯1UlgilU [pears there wont be enough burg South Junior High in Mar. ,rain there is some consolation to know tna opening ' . ° - "- • • • • tinsbur Monda ni ht tt .g' ;" ............. have a large following of sect-I ances are two fine reserves from [ To tlonor ['ammunlh / I nights in the week for making up g Y g . ue DaseDau season is ll~l:le more tnan two tannins away• tonal ca~e fans as loyal support- I last year s team - John Cavacini, [ vvmm,o, ,3 1 .... ~ .... I all of the postponea games of the And for those cage fans who April 11 the Washington Senators will open the season ers, if ()~ld Man Weatl~er cooper-land Bill Rycazj, both seniors• [ ....... [ _.'me poara Directors t ae[past two weeks, are loyal followers of the West D. C. Stadium with the Cleveland Indians. Oh, boy! . . ates and doesn't block the high-I Cavaclni a 6-3 senior from [ le~[~ At ~n[lu~t / ~nenanooan ~'ro~ucuon t:rea~tI It may be possible for some Virginia Mountaineers they will ways to Washington, with snow [Charleston', an excellent shooter, [ "l [ ~s_s~mt!on_ has oecmrea a '~l schools to make up some of the have their ear glued to radio Stat ........... • . • • cash uiwoenu tO tne nomers oz • v ion WEPM for the West Vir inia ~ ......................... ,_ .... ~__~:~ Some of the local and sectional [ has come through in the pinches [ Community leaders m various[ ~ ~,.~t. ~,,,.~ .... a~ ~ .~ r~oo., i games, especially those that ha e [ 'k , g ,otur tsat~ur~rl, me ~enow WhO anus suca a ~pienum fans will trave to Fort Myer via I on a number of occassions to help [ fields will be honored at the an-I ~.=~_~=,T" 2ff:_~[.h'..':'~' :~ ".'..YZY_~:~'I an open date and those that did- l)UKe game to beplayed in the heading the athletic publicity department at West Vir- private automobiles, while othersl the Mountaineers to victory As nual Clarke County Junior Cham-I ~_e_~_o..yy~o,u_,,,~ ~o:a. n't run their schedules too close]Charleston Civic Center Monday • • • . ",~" , IIleIlt mane oy .......... verxy, " i h U. sends alon~ a note, askm~ what we think about a will go by special buses. [ a matter of fact it was Cavacini s [ ber of Commerce Awards banq-I ~, ..... ~ ,~ ........ a ck ...... I to tournament time. But those [ n g t. at ses~-,~ -~ ( harles Town Martmsbur and Berkeley Although the Mountameersl hot shooting in the home sretch [ wet Feb. 9. [ m ......... I that did, will in all probablhty I Tuesday night s card shows that ria~,s e~-" el~]'h~tn m~t tha new football coach Jim Carlen didn't have too much trouble [ which ken( the Mountaineers [ The event will be held at theI -'""°":'.'" ......... | just have to write off some of I Mount St. Mary's College will be ........................ " ..... in auoltlOn to me OlVl(len~ a • • [die°t,~l] .... χh~’ h, would be only too hannv to arran~rest°pping the Colonials m theI from being upset by Furman [John H. Enders Fire Hall, m] ............ [ thmr schedule for this season. [at Shepherd College; Charles ~- ~ ,- .... - .~,-- o ~'atronage Ketuno Is being QlStrl ectlon o ll ,__. " ~ Y"~'__ ........ ~ .......... ,:~_ Field House in Morgantown, the I Ryczaj, a 6-6 senior from El'iba-[Berryville, Va., beginning at 7. p.[ .......... "[ With all schools in the s ' IT wn High w• 1 be at Shepberds- ana m~ro~uce woacn warren ~ xme augge~ou n a ou h m Th outea to me memoers borrowing losed d lth no idea o e esvl 1 ............ ;" .... Colonials usually prese t t g I beth Pa, a nrolific scorer wbo I . e Ladies Auxiliary of the[ ............ | and area c , an w" [ t wn; H dg • "l e will be at Har. • m oo(1 illeno ann we u pass the worn along to such meer ' " ' ourmg me year xu~a Mr ~:verly a , l t when the r ~l- Y g " _ ....... obstacle for the Mounta" s] has a soft touch and follows up[Fire Company will prepare andl ...... " • • j_ .~. _ [ t this wr't'ng as o y]pers Fer y; North Hagerstown e-awake and hard-working people as The oournaz s ~OO when they get them on their] his shots, well have been used lserve the dinner. I salu, "~ne amount ot me ra ron:| will be re-opened, it is pretty]High will be in Martinsburg; nVener and Buddy Zimme znan, the insurance man in borne'floor at Fort Myer. Gamelto a great extent by Coach WaI-[ Outstanding in service to hislage xe~una was more.man ~z O~ldifficult, in fact impossible, to[ Smithburg High will be at Mussel rtinsbur time Saturday will be 8:30 p. m. I ters to "svell" members of the I home community of Woodstock, I ~o ot me interest char gee tne[ list any accurate schedule of for-I man. -'" - .......... The Mountaineers have alreadYl"blocbustin'g team. I Leo Shirr, past club presidentlme_m~.er,_~t~°~°_wets. ~u~ng ~e[ ~~ A , , equalled the 1965 regular season The Blocl~busters are a tall, nd past state officer, has agreed • a" R. SNO,,OK. S WINTERS sends a p.ostal from Hunting- total of.ll victories with only good shooting lineup and three to present the Distinguished Ser- contract interest rate of 6% be- $865~000 TO Be Spen~ teheeU'anScl B~vr~if:f aStpol~tatF:shi 2 .W. Va.: H~, Max: Thanks for the race articles aboutme two-thirds of the schedule played. Gangbusters relieve to wear down vice Award to some young ma low 5½To~. ............................ Fish Hatcheries and in Federal U~lng for the Senate. I'm already an 8 to o sno~, an(/ ~x And Monday night they picked] opponents Run Williams andl in Clarke County. A special Jay-[ ..xne ~oaro s e~..wvu1[e~uay,/ In W V~ ~u ~nn~nn aid nro~ram~ t,~ d~wl ...... . • " • ' shoo-in ' I • [ " " ak'n.,-[- a~arch 30th, the uate ~or me an-| mlu w. vii, u ~un~uu [ . .,- ........... ~- ,,v--- p.omlse to be my campaign manager, I m a • up their 12th victory as against Carl Head, two newcomers who cee committee is now m i g se ............. ,~ . • flshln I1 • • , .. • , , • . • ,,,,d St,~kh,,ld ........ t,n~. The . g" ~= going to Florida next week for a months visit. The five defeats Last years team/have been the teams salvatlon, l lectlon of the man who will bel ................ /.. o,..., uEo,.,o. I ~,,..n .......... ,..~ .........~. !ge said to give you his best and to come back to Hunting- on a Cinderella-type performance|play in both combinations. [ honored Feb. 9, Pres. Larry Lar-i aTt ng,W as eb g : gnei t 'la| rnnenes, wnmne and play on a good golf course again with him. I went ot a C ind rel!a-type erfor-| William .stridesaong at a 21.81 ri tt eard,aWards wil" -o t- the[ banquet at 6"45 p m | equal or near the level of expend. • e . " " . " in to mince in me. ~oumern (zo~.~r- scoring gait, ma~ing plays ann ~ g o ' • • . . . • z to come that sometime m May and will drop . . _.. .....:.=_ ~.1.,, - ........... ]~"*"'-n'~i~- V ..... Far"er Ath~[ The Farm. Credit Associatmns| ........... ~ itures m the current fiscal year o " " • • ~y elace tournament m wmu up w~m causing me mos~ consternauoa. ,.,u~a ~, ,~ ~uu.~ '" ' " • wasnin on, u u U ~ ~ena. . Y u. My best to all and again thanks for your item m ~ 1~ ~ ,. ..... *h,~ ...... / u...a ~....*..,r..,. ...... *h .... t-[ l~t~ ~nd Rn~ .Tnhn Friant willl serves the farmers in the count-[ gt .... [ They are. Leetown, Jefferson Cow rts column Snooks " • .............. I ..... f'~" . • -I .~a~.~.. ......... .’ T~’~.~,n R~vkol~y and tor Robert C Byro (D-W Va.) an ty - $107,400 is to be earmarked ..... in 21 years " [ around the basket, shooting a] be the master o: ceremomes all ~ ......... | . •" .... ' . | ..... ........... " . . a .......... • .,-_ . ..... .~ .... ...~ / Morgan in west Virginia andl nouncect tunny mat near~y/~or operauon ann maintenance Four starters 'of the team ae- team nigh O] D~.l:i percent ann um ~xwa~u~ m~.~;. " i t an ann he 1 • 1) ..... • - • Clarke, Frederick, Warren, Page, $865,000 is to be spent n Wes d t r $ 35,000 for contmu. ICKIE LONGERBEAM of Berryvflle, V rgama Tech taft- varted and "four other player~] averaging 15 points per game. [ Special guest speaker will bei .................. 1,,_,_,. ,_ ,,o, ....... ,., ...... ...... , was one of seven first year players who letterea r " ' | "~","~. =""="'~" "~ --'.2 ...... ,. ";7~1 ........ ou ~y g , p IJll VI I"1[ ~IlUIIM~O I I VlId~I,~M '111 ~d~l’ I state in service for the year 1965.1, anen returning to Blackie Davis' school for the 1966- .-- / run campaign... .......... • • By.L 1 / " [ Constltuhon, aws Could Affec Bids Being Accepted Xr/' T I MISTIC ....Waterford Park race track heads areA.mm .. F.,o *morn,. s . / ........ . I :, ₯ • m. dent that all the snow will be cleared by the time their Amlell’ l{lIDlllIV U] macros [ P0r g rnl PO tnli0n I z ll2JJ 1 U meeting opens on Saturday, Februray 26.. " " 1 I -- ---- ;~ .......... ""7.'." ..... . .......... Among the 14 changes' t~ been proposed by Smithl In Bakerton Commun ! ~/[1 ~ D £ I:)V ~/l[ ~ ~J "~l~ l~rl'~ ~" l~l" (~lg zeepy) ~lenn s con~mouuons ~o cotastitution and by-laws of the [ would make the SSAC. a volun.-[ I ± ll 1 ±VI ± tics in West Virginia will be remembered in Kanawha West Virginia Secondary Schools l tary organization operating underI . I through two trophies which will be presented for out- Activ!ties Commi~io~ b ~h~h [ th 2 tehB ?LgdEdU::nttion teel alB d:t::: thoe I Pe oatc ne2tina %r l , .., ear The have~oeen recomme a y 1.ag coaching achievement during the scho()l.y I. - Schdols Superintendent Rex studying the powers of the SSACI community of Bakerton, will beI . . tie Deals asy... _wiu...t)e. p~sen~eo a~ a. spor~s 2anque~ Smith following a year's study of/since the regulatory commissior[ accepted by Wilbur R. Bond,| ~ Just a minimum amount of cash along e~ton s IVIC en er A nauonmly Known sport guz,c a er rer be th "n -'ker" -t the ban"wet and will be ~"~" the SSAC operational set-up is] came under fire last year for re-I Postmaster of H rp s ry,/ ..~,~-- ~-~ra~ • • d e mm spe. .. ,~ .":~*~one which could effect the athle-/fusing to allow a high schoolI during the period Jan. 26th, thru[ ~ w~th easy terms to smt your budget, . by Senator Jennings Randolph who was a close ~nen(~ tic eligibility of some of the[ band to attend an out-of-state] Feb. 4th,, 1966. The rural station] ~ ~ • _ • , • ~ ~ . • • . . Sleepy . . ,; Our own Dr. Marshall (L ttle Sleepy) states Junmr and seniorh~gh[ festival because it had allegedly]would be operated under a con-[ qPr ’ha. T-lush... • -- " "" • " iththe ost A ~...~ .... ~ ..... n, ~s, as many of us have known for many years, a students who partmlpate m ath-] violated SSAC rules. /tract agreement w_ P. i ~ ~ .. , ......... aer letics ! Major chan~es uronosed includl oztice uepartment. The operator/ ~ ~ l-le II or~er you me ~op-oollar .... • --" " "-- - ial of all[ ed .... / must be over 21 years of age and| ~ ......... L---iLl- for --- ,.__ - .......... zne most con~rovers : / .....• ...... ~a .... ~*~,'~ -uart / ~ ~ allowance pv~ v e yvu mu car. ,~E UPCOMING Pimlico race meet, due to open Monday, the proposed changes which have Make the state school superin-I os-~ ~o ~, .... ~.f..~o._~__~j. _-n ~ • ' • ive n ers as weu as me necessary e- o aaa,-~, 14 ~and our friend Leeds Riel'" had better be *'ut been submitted by Smith to the tendent or his representat a ~l ....... ~ ~ a T ,,"',~n ~_. t-~t .... !_ z i-',z• . . • ~ ..... -~'-._" State Board of Education for its ex-officio member of the SSAC[ qu~pment mcmalng.la sa~e. . _~ ann noots [rangnt... u nls oraer ior an extra supply O~ ear-muus atzu m- . ............... ' / The contractor Will oe reqmrea ~ -n _ . , . , '.. ,, underwear)-will be the first such early session in oPP: Valc s f°one :; nm erP S o e SSAC executivel to provide all postal service .!n- lmmecl,al;e ael,very on 1;he vlercury ~rack. ~ history. This year, and next season as well, Pim- Jul..~ 1, the dates when junior and secretaryq ,~o~ repor~ ....... m a count-=-~y cluding .the sale of stampS,er ousme .... or Mercury Comet of your choice. Will m, etin ,s rather than the .................... e ...... transaction of money urn - EDGAR WHITING • ~ .............. v ~ ~ ~, , senior nlgn smaems will .m~ scnool boara .on any Ul~lpllnary[ inure ~,~A th~ ~oo~anf~.~o dolivorv and autumn dates.., their athletic eligibility by becom action taken against one of itsl :S.~,~'~'_"~'~'~ ~:~'~.'~."~:.:.~_ ; ing 16 or 19 years of age. This schools .... [ ~u %LE~ °~r~f~:'.~°'~nd'~'~" proposal would revolved all Eliminating th SSAC s~ authorl D mail. The contractor must a- (Certified Wiring) -,-MODERNIZE YOUR--- Home.- Office - Farm GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Westinghouse Products COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: RANGES- WASHERS- RADIOS REFRIGERATOt - TELEVISIONS APPLIANCE NTER Dial 725-5516 North Georg Street -- Charles Town, W. Va. youngsters participating in athle- tics whose ages fall between the July-September period. If this proposal becomes effective with respect to junior and senior high students in this category next year, could rule them out of sports for a year. Another of the changes whic~ ity to fine schools. Eliminating the $200 limit on payments to bands for participat- ion in events by saying only that the bands may accept gratuities. Limiting to three the number of scrimmage basketball games before the season begins. I The Shepherd College basket- ballers will undoubtedly long remember their two-day road trip into the Central part of .West Virginia last week-end as a long and hectic one. Not only were the Rams treated badly by Fair- mont State and Alderson Broad- dus Colleges on two successive nights, but they were subjected to even rougher treatment by the paralyzing blizzard. The Shepherdmen were stop- ped by the powerful Falcons of Fairmont State i~ a Friday night battle in Fairmont by a decisive 94-71 score in a We~ Virginia Corfference battle. Then Saturday night at Philippi, the Rams were stopped again iti another Confer- ence battle by the Alderson Bro- addus cagers by a close 74-70 i1,1, margin. Sunday night the Rams were stopped again for the third con- ~ecutive night. This time, how- ever, it was not on the basketball court that the Rams were stopped but it was the snow, high winds and blocked highways. The Rams did manage to make it to Win- chester, Va., where they spent the night sleeping on cots in the dining room of the George Wash- ington Hotel. Coach Carl Hartman's Rams ran into their first trouble when Dave Miller, the leading West Virginia Conference scorer, and Bill Moody supplied a double knockout punch to lead the Fair- mont Falcons to their 20th vic- tory as against only two defeats. Miller hit 25 points and gree not to sell non-postal money orders on the same premises. The successful bidder must furnish bond in the amount of $2,000. Bid forms and further infor- mation may be obtained from the Postmaster at Harpers Ferry, W. Va. 25425. "Hitting the eeiling is no way to get up in the world." Go To Church Sunday ................... ~..m. Charles Town Photo And Gift Shoppe PHONE 725.5315 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ... A great guy to do business with! Mercury Park Lane 4-Door Uardtop Mercury Comet Cyclone 2*Door Hardtop The Move-Ahead Cars From See Your Mercury Man for Big Savings and Selection I JEFI RSON COWNTY MOTORS, INC m ! 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET --. I )