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SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE I FROM PAGE 1 GEORGE HOTT, the Mo- refield athlete, has been named chairman of the March of Dimes drive for his home town. George has already announced several fund-rais- ing projects, one of which will be a basketball game be- tween the Moorefield Lions Club and the faculty of Moore- field High School.. " #e * Sr "o o wn m CHARLIE TAIT who does a uang-up j b f "t" g sports and taking pictures for the gool old Winchester Star, has become the owner and operator of The Camera Corner on 11 West Boscawen Street in Winchester, Va. Incidentally, Charlie teaches photography at Shenandoah College in Winchester. Charles Town FROM PAGE ONE Martinsburg was to sink nine of its first ten shots from the floor tO pull ahead by nine points 44-35 in the first five minutes of Sullivan ............. 0 0-1 0 Armentrout ......... 4 0-3 8 I Dorsey ............. 0 0-0 0 D o*al ........... II Charles Town FG F Pts. Dailey, f ............ 0 0-0 0 West Virginia High School prin playing of night basketball games Whitmore, f ......... 2 0-0 4 cipals will be asked on April 6-8 on school nights is approved by Snyder, c ........... 0 0-0 0 when the West Virginia Secon- the principles than schools will Evans, g ............ 3 2-5 8 dary School Principals Associat- have to schedule more of their Lowery, g ........... 4 2-5 10 Ibn meets in Buckhannon to de- games on Friday and Saturday Totals ........... ~ ~ cide whether restrictions should nights. be placed on high school basket- The proposal regarding the holi ball teams with respect to playing day tournament ruling, would if Martinsburg FG F Pts. basketball on school nights and adopted cut down on the number Phalen, f ............ 40-0 Jacobs ............ 10 3-5 28 Karns, c Bartoek, g':::::::::: 33-61-617 Stambaugh, g ........ 2 0-0 4 Lamp .............. 3 1.1 7 Totals ............ 28 8-18 64 Charles Town FG F Pts. also whether holiday cage tourna merits should be curtailed. Proposals to prohibit high school teams from participating in more than six basketball games on nights preceding a day when school is 4n session, and to res- cind a ruling permitting a school to count three games in holiday of holiday tournaments now being played in the state. It would not, however, eliminate all i of them since some already fit the tournament games into their regular 20 game schedule. Other proposals included: Limit to two the pre-season in ter-school scrimmages in football Jacobs finally broke the Bull. dogs' goal famine with 5:48 left in the second period hitting on a long jumper to cut the Panthers lead to 17-13 but Brown, ELsmon, Taylor and L Charlie Moler connec ted in a quick shooting spree as Charles Town's best shooting the third period. Eismon, f ........... 45-6 13 tournament play as one game on and basketball, neither of which period came in the second start- Charles Town twice rallied to Taylor, f ........... 3 1-3 7 the regular season schedule, were are to be under game conditions. za when the Panthers drilled 8 of within five points, 53-48 and 60-55 Brown, c ............ 74-6 18 placed before the Board of Ap- No senior high school basket- 15 tries through the mesh, The in the final stanza but two has- Wilson, g ............ 25-7 9 peals of the West Virginia Secon ball player shall be permitted to i Panthers 19 for 59 overall a kets apzece by Jacobs, Karns and Moler, g ............ 30-1 7 dary Schools Activities Commiss- play more than 80 quarters per ion at a meeting in Charleston season. I ca32 percentfor 13tomark'lead Brownthe attackWaswithsev" LamPwin streak.preserved the Bulldogs' Bailenger ........... 0 2-4 2 Saturday" Renewal of junior high school1 18 and Eismon had 13. Martinsburg lost Phalen withTotals .......... 19 If the proposal on regional tournaments. The Bulldogs started fast, grab 2:.39 to go in the game while Score by periods: 1 Diving: 1--Powley (L); 2-Bish bed a 6-0 lead as Jacobs, Phalen Wilson fouled out for Charles J and Karns hit on successive shots Town with 1:47 remaining in the Martinsburg 8 18 22 16--64 op (S); 3-Cygler (S). pounds of nitrogen per acre. Charles Town 12 20 10 13--55 Then things started happening, final period. 200 yard butterfly: 1-Karpers 4. Alfalfa improves structure Several close in shots were miss- Martinsburg's jayvees, led by Officials: Lightner Brothers. (L); 2-Pfitzinger (S); 3-Spoerl, of soil. ed, the Bulldogs failed to connect h d- wim Te (s). Time: 2.48.4 (new pol re- 5. Nutritionally alfalfa is the on their next 12 attempts and on Bobby Lewis' 17 points, had an cord). came the Panthers with a rush. easy time posting a 52-22 verdict I Sh0p am livestock farmers most perfect Back to-back goals by Pickle Wil in the preliminary. Doug Stewart 100 yard freestyle: 1- Cook (S) feed packages in both quality and son, Sam Taylor arid Brown putltallied 13 points and Jimmy L0y01a BaH e; 2-Hughes (L); 3-Keesecker (S). quantity of nutrients. the Panthers ahead 9-7. Shields and Roy Lee Armentrout Time: 58.5 seconds( new school each tallied eight for the Bull-COOk Breeks Tw0 Marks record). pups While John Lowery led the . i 220 yard backstroke: 1-Smith Hilltop Home T0 Be Panther reserves with ten. The Shepherd College swim- (L); 2-Burns (L); 3-Atherton (S)" The boxscores: ruing team forced the unbeaten Time: 2:35.2 (new pool record). In Duncan H[ne$ Book Jayvee Game Loyola College swimmers to per- 400 yard freestyle: 1-Metz (L); form in record breaking fashion 2-Veeder (S); 3-Preis (L). Time Ithaca, N. Y. February-Hilltop rtinsburg FG F IRs. last Thursday afternoon in the 5:31.8 (new pool record). House in Harpers Ferry will re- Frye, f ............. 0 04) 0 Shepherd pool before dropping a 200 yard breaststroke: 1-Frei- ceive national recognition in the Charbes Town pulled out by 29-18. Bartock's layup and a corner blast by Doug Lamp brought the Bulldogs to within six points, 32- 26 as the half ended. Hill, f .............. 00-1 057-38 decision to the visitors. Stewart, c .......... 361-3183 Loyola, the team picked to win Shields, g .......... 721617 the Mason-Dixon title next month Lewis, g ............ 350-0 shattered five pool records in ushwa . ............ beating an inspired Shepherd team. LET US REDUCE THE FIRE HAZARDS IN YOUR HOME! Wiring and Outlets Checked Appliances Examined Power Loads Rated Boxes Tested How would the Fire Underwriters rate your home? inspection by our licensed electricians will spotlight and eliminate any danger spots. MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Telephone 424 Charles Town, W. Va. But the Loyola swimmers were not the only ones to shatter re- cords as Lee Cook, the sensation- al sophomore of Shepherd C91- logo, led his team's bid for vic- tory by breaking two records, but formerly held by Ralph Butts. He posted winning times of 25.6 in the 50 yard dash and 58.5 in the i00 yard event. Results of the meet: 440 yard medley relay: 1-Shep- herdstown (Don Vance-Shobe-Ja cobs, Diez). Time: 4:54.4. 220 yard freestyle: 1-Pries (L) 2-Veeder (S); 3-Copenhaver (L). Time: 2:35.9. ..50 yard freestyle: 1-Cook (S); 2-Hughes (L); 3-Young (L). Time 25.9 seconds (ne 'school record). 200 yard individual medley: 1-- Schnuit (L); 2-Pfitzii3ger (S); 3- ktherton (S). Time: 2:51.1. i 7 LINOLEUM - RUGS AND TILE Our Store Hours: OPEN Monday, Tuesday, Discontinuing Farming, I will sell the Following Personal Property, on Awondale Farm, located 6 miles Southeast of Charm Town, W- Va., South of Route 9, just off the Ka, ble- town Road, Jefferson County, on Thursday 9:00 to 5:00 P. M. Wednesday 9:00 to 12:00 Friday 9:00 to 6:00 P. M. TUESItAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1.961 and Saturday-- "B G/AT 10:oo O CLOCK A. M. I EAD DAIRY CATTLE - 29 9:oo A. M. to 9:OO v.M. 29 m Two Holstein Cew~, springers; 2 Holstein Cows, full flow of milk; 8 ]$olsto[n Cows, milking; Holstein Cow, will freshen by day of Ikalo or shortly zbftei.; 5 Guernftey Cows, milking; Guernsey ~.ow, full flow of milk; 3 Holstein Heifers, spring- ere; 2 Hc~lstein Heifers, yearlings; 3 Holstein Heifers; l~- yrs, old; l~oktein Bull Calf, 8-tool oM (from artificial breed- ing); ]H[e~ford Bali, 2-yrs. old. This is It Young Herd, T. B. and ~ Tested 30 days prior to sale. Individual health CerUflcates will be given. 13 - HEAD HOGS - 13 Spotted Po.,l~d Clfln$ Sow with 7 pigs; 3 Spotted Poland China Sows, tired: 9 Shoats, w _. hing pprox. 40-1ha, each. FARM MACHINERY Twl Farma~l H Tractors, one with cultivators; L EL C. 50 T Bs , IKsamey-Hsrrls 7-Ft. Combine with Clover Seed atta~dunent;.John Deere 17-7 disc drill: New Ide~ Single RoW Corn Picker; L EL C. rubber tired wagon; 2 L H. C. side delivery ~ 3 ~nd 4 bars; I. H. C. 7.ft. mower; L H. C. numure sln'eader, L EL C, tractor corn iflanter, with fertt- attachment; John Deers conveyor, 36-ft.; John Mrs 12" bottom plow; L EL C. two 14" bottom plow; disc harrow, I. EL C. Ilammermfll, 8-hole hog feeder; oorn sheller, 5-ton jack, seed sower, dehorner, grease guns, forks, ahovels, anvil Butchering and Dairy Equipment Two Scalding Tanks, 4 lard kettles, 2 lard presses, 2 sau- sffige grinders, gambrel sticks, 6-Can Unieo Milk Cooler, U 10.~Llon milk cans, bt~M and sfrainers, set of pony har- ness, bridle, ~ ~ cart, also som~ jhnk. Two Horse Charles Town, W. Va. II you buy family monument offers a Double .Protection Guarantee When your family monu- ment is identified with the Rock of Ages trademark seal, it is guaranteed not on- Tanctem Trailer. I.Y to you but to the HOUSEHOLD GOODS cemetery where it is eted. A Range Stove, Writing Desk, Morris Chair, Love Scott, lee Of Altm exelMv~ Box, Singer Sewing Maehine, Victrola, 2 Baby Beds, ~ High Chairs, 2 Tables, 2 Off Burners, 2 Rugs, Lamps, Flat Iron, Iro'~ Teakettle, Sldllets, Pots and P~ns, and Other Articles tha~ are too numerous to mention. TERMS:---CASIL Nothing to be removed until settled for, HOWARD O. BUSH MORROW AND ORNDoRFF, Auctioneers. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Smash By L lies of If Metown Methodist Church. Your Soek of Ago8 Au~odsod DoeJe~ MARTIN UR6 GEANITE WORKS t09 West John Street Telephone Amherst 7- 6141 Martitmburg, W. Va. FLOYD C. DOOM, Owner muth (L); 2-Schnuit (L); 3-Roll- new 1961 edition of the illustra- ly (S). Time: 2:32.5 (new pool re- ted Duncan Hines Travel Book cord). 400 yard freestyle relay:l-Ly- I"Vacatinmonth, accordingGUide" comingto an announ-ut this nchburg. Time: 3:51 (new pool re cement by Roy H. Park, editor-in- cord), chief of the Duncan Hines Instit- ute here, publisher of the Duncan Hines Travel Books. The Hilltop House is bne of 7,- 700 vacation places in North Am- erica-from luxury resorts to rough-and-ready fishing camps-- "Recommended by Duncan Hin-, to Athletes Companion travel books pub- lished by the Institute are "Ad- The West Virg'nia Secondary ventures in Good Eating" and Schools Activities Commission "Lodging for a Night', both reis- meeting in Charleston Saturday sued in November, 1960, contain- and Sunday left the decision of ing completely revised listings Whether graduated high school for 9,200 restaurants and lodging athletes should play in all-star places in North America. "These editions mark the begin football and basketball games up ning of a second quarter century to the athletes. The SSAC refused Sunday to 'of service to the American travel- either sanction or disapprove of ing public," Park noted. "No of- all-star football and basketball games in West Virginia. This act- ion means that the games can t t O still be played, but that graduated high school athletes who partici- in them must forfeit one of the pated year of eligibility at National Col lege Athletic Association mem- ber colleges. The NCAA earlier this year ruled that games not sanctioned by such organizations as the SS- AC faced such a penalty. Executive Secretary W. Gordon Eismon said Sunday the SSAC was concerned only with the reg- ulation of athletic activities of students of member schools. "Consequently, the board of ap- peals, having no jurisdiction over the participation in athletics by graduates of member schools, nei thor approves nor disapproves of their participation in all state con tests," he said. The three member board head- ed by Jonathan Y. Lowe of Mil- Family" We'd h2ke m have you think of this fine professional pharmacy as a member of your household. Make it a point to bring us you~ Doctor's prescriptions and, of course, tara m us for your needs in drugs, health aids and sickroom supplies. NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS ton, opened its meeting Saturday Telephone 173 and recessed late that night after failing to reach any agreement. / Charles Town, W. Va. West Virginia currently has all star football games at Parkers- burg, Wheeling, Bluefield, Wil- liamson and Charleston in addit- ion to several basketball contests. The Wheeling, Bluefield and Williamson games involve teams from Ohio, Virginia and Kentuc- I ky and it is quite possible the ath letic govering bodies in those states might refuse to give their approval. The Charleston contest draws its talent from schools in Kanaw- ha County while the L-K Bowl in Parkersburg has players from the Little Kanawha Regional Confer- once. BY J. E. SAVILLE COUNTY AGENT Alfalfa Or Some Other Legume Some farmers are getting dis- couraged with alfalfa as a crop because of the alfalfa weevil prob lem. It might be wise to give care- rut consideration to the alfalfa plant before making a change to another crop. It is admitted by everyone the weevil is a problen . We must consider that eventually we will come up with a material as good as heptachlor and that the weevil damage is confined mostly to the first cutting. In r0ost years alfalfa will yield more from the second, third nad fourth cuttings than you could expect to get from any other legume. Alfalfa has these other advan- tages: i. Alfalfa will withstand drou- th. 2. Alfalfa can be 8r0wa on wide of oi15, fort has been spared to make SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON them complete and up-to-date'. [2 B THURSDAY FEBRUARY "The new edition of 'Vacation] .... ' ........... Guide' has oeen revised from cov[urv" moo :*,-- v.. c...~.., er to cover," rark said. "In addit-] ----- ----- [ ouent week night Sun ion to nearly 700 places taken out I r . r P I at 10"00 a m CommunJ or newly added, our editorial[ W]aay ~erv|ces ]-or [at 11.0o a, m Evening staff has made over 30,000 fac-[ ., - .[istic service at 7"30 P. tual changes in the listings them: IassemDly OY bOO ,nurcnjday the Christ Arz~b~ sewes.. 'Jace names, opening .an ,I - I at 7:__3o p. M. ~sl~gdd:te~det~edes?lre~tmfs The Rev. William P. Reed pas-IStudy at 7:30 p. m. p , t season and off season, telephone tor of Calvary Assembly of God ] ----------- numbers, and many more useful located on Fairfax Boulevard on [ GO TO CHURCH details have been painstickingly Fifth Avenue in Ranson announ I checked to insure complete accur- cod the following schedule of USE THE (Motor Trend CAR OF THE YEAR Award goes to Tempest!). The editors of this top-flight magazine voted solidly for Pontiac's neW" comer--the Tempest. Here's what they said: "We studied 28 America cars. 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