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February 10, 1966

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| WHEN YOU feel blue, take out your savings account book and thumb thru the pages of regular deposits. A sizeable balance with all that it means in security, future trips and enjoyment will raise your spirits again. If you haven't savings account, open one now at A "1966" on your horizon? If you plan to buy a new car- see us soon andsee how you can save with our low-cost auto loan. Chades TO~ 5.30 of play remaining and St. Charles Town losing Waiters with court. Joe, losing Hatisen with 3:39 min FROM PAGE 1-A utes left and Donnie MeNamee 'points on the night, made several with 2:42 of play remaining. great shots in this stretch and I Charles Town shot at a 42-per pulled down 10 rebounds to keep ~he Panthers in the ball game. l cent pace, hitting 22 of 52 shots, ~Iatison hit for six consecutive while St. Joe hit 25 for 69 for hots from the floor to lead the only a 36--percent. "St. Joe attack in the first half of play. Charles Town FROM PAGE 1-B Park in a return game. Tonight the Shepherd College cager$ will tangle with a new cage foe in Baltimore (Md.) Uni- versity, .on the Maryland home Charles Town led twice'in the opening period and were out iS front 18-14 going into the~ second stan~. But by halftime St. Joe had knotted the co~ll~t at 35.35: Late in the bali game ,both teams got into foul trouble with Saturday night Shepherd will be playing host to the powerful Falcons of Fairmont State College And this could be the best battle of the season to be waged in this section. The Falcons are leading the West Virginia Intercollegiate Conference and Shepherd will be going all out trying to pull an upset. Monday night's action will find the Hedgesville High Eagles at Clear Spring, Md., in a return game for one which the two teams played in Hedgesville on I January 7. Hedgesville handed Clear Spring it's first defeat in @ (From Page One) ranks and Charles Town in high school circles in the Eastern Panhandle, tasted defeat Monday nighL. West Virginia's hust- ling Mountaineers, ( and, man how they did hustle: - almost gave us heart failure,) - stopped Duke's climb up the ladder. Over in nearby Martinsburg, St. Josephs' fine team made the rip back home a long one for the Panthers.. WATERFORD PARK, getting ready for 252 days of day and night racing, has a landing strip of 2,000 feet in length in the infield. It is fully sodded and safe in any kind of weather - so says a folder advertising the mile thoroughbred track.. ROSCOE DEAN, Scored 30 p ints as his Bell's Clothes team of Winchester whipped Vint Hill Farms of Waxrenton, Vs. 122-104. The win was the 13th straight for the Clothes- men who have a potent club this season.. JIM EDWARDS, Audley Farm near Berryville, Vs., lost Lwo ho es in that recent Bowie Race Track Ilre.. that battle, and so the Maryland- hands of the Waynesboro (Pa.) ers will be going all out for re- High Indians on the Indians' venge in this one. I home court, this time by a 75-48 Also Monday night the West lscre. i .... V rgmm Mountaineers will be The Indians moved into an 18- hosting the University of Pitts- 10 first period lead and stayed burgh in the field house in Mor- gantown. Whether sectional and area schools will use Monday night in an attempt to make up some of the postponed games, has not been learned. If so, then the sche dule will be much heavier. Tuesday night will find a full schedule of activity, with almost every team in the section and area slated to see action. For instance Charles Town will be at Musselman for a return game, the Panthers having won the opener in Charles Town with out too much difficulty; the Shop herdstown High Cardinals will be hosting the powerful Williams- port High cagers in a return game; the Charles Town Junior High capers will be at Musselman High for two games starting at 3 p. m. and South Hagerstown (Md.) High will be in Martins- burg for a Tri-State Conference battle. Berkeley Springs will also be playing at Paw Paw. There will also be several bat- ties on tap Wednesday night, Feb. 16, with Hedgesville invad- ing Harpers Ferry; St. Joseph's of Martinsburg will be in Emmit- tSburg, Md. and the West Vir- ginia Mountaineers will be at State College, Pa., tangling with the Nittany Lions of Penn State. Martinsburg Drubbed By Wa/nesboro 75-48 fa rin front all the way. Banks, a sophomore who was brought up to the Varsity team only a few weeks ago fro mthe Junior Var- sity, led the Martinsburg scoring with 13 points. Bobby Noll was the big gun for Waynesboro with 233. The Shepherd College cagers were headed for a major upset Saturday night at Farmville, Va., but were sidetracked in the final seconds of play and dropped a heart-breaking 89-87 Mason.Dixon Conference decision to Hampden Sydney College. There were only 33 seconds of the game remaining and the score was tied at 87-87, when Hampden-Sydney gained possess ion of the ball Then with only six seconds remaining Denny Sod en hit on a jump shot and that decided the battle. The Rams, who had one of their best shooting nights of the season, hitting for 55-perecent of their shots, took a 49-40 lead in the first half as Gary Phalen. Wayne Harris and Allen Baker all turned in great performances Phaleu had 15 points, Harris 12 and Baker 11, in the first bali scoring parade. The Martinsburg High cagers, Hampden-Sydney, shooting at who have been finding it tough to 53-percent clip, came on stron~ win this season, took another early ~ the second half and soon trouncing Monday night at the, had knotted the count at 49-49. ...... 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The Rams managed to move back into an 86-85 lead with a little more than a minute of play remaining, but the home team hit for two more quick field goals while Shepherd was getting only a foul shot. The victory was the 16th for Hampden-Sydney as against four defeats, and 141 in conference play. Shepherd outgoaled the host team 39-37, but Hampden-Sydney hit for 15 foul shots out of 20 shots, while Shepherd made only nine at the foul line. Baker headed the Rams in sect ing with 25 points, while Phalen had 23. The defeat left Shepherd with an over record of 9-11 and a i-4 conference mark. The Clear Spring (Md.) High capers, one of the top contenders for the BI-State Conference crown, kept pace wRh the Hedges vllle High Eagles and the Will- iamsport (Md.) WildcatS, the other top contenders, Saturday night when they muted the Shep herdstown High Cardinals by a decisive 89-40 score at Clear Spring. The Cardinals, who show only one victory in 10 games, were never in the ball game from the early minutes of play on. The same scoring attack of John Haines, Jerald Miller and Russ Mizell which has beel lead- ing the Clear Spring's attack all season, went to work on the Card inals and by the end of the first period they were in front 22-7. And by half time when the Maryland,re were leading by a 4C>14 score, Clear Spring had made a rout of the game, and Coach Sam Canfield had sent all of his reserves into the action. Not only did Clear Spring coli bet the Cardinals in shooting, but also on the boards, as they pulled dOvra a total of 6/ re. / bounds to 17 for Shepherdstown. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE And they had on their shots from~- ~--- the floor at a M-percent clip THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1966 while the Cardinals had only 21- percent shooting mark. ginia Conference tournament. 1 12 big points. I John Crowl was the only scor- Although Allen Baker, the leadI After a nip-and-tuck firstJl ing threat for Shepherdstown. He ing scorer for the Rams, led the/Baker did manage to give ~[ hit for seven field goals and two attack for much of the battle and|herd a 54-52 lead about midl foul shots for a total of 16 points, wound up as the game's leading| of the second half before II Haines led the Clear Spring at- scorer with 24 points, it was Way~ pulled from the game by ~ tack with 23 points, while Miller ne Harris and reserve Roland| Carl Hartman for foul tr0~ and Mizell each had 21. H:ominlton, t~ah~ carrmd.the Ram~From then on Shepherd staYCl The victory was the llth for g a t oown me nome|front" But with only abOl Clear Spring as against two de-stretch and to the victory. Ham-| minutes of play remaining feats. They have a 5-2 Conference ilton went into the action after[ West Liberty Hilltoppers record. Baker again ran into personnal/still in contention trailing In the preliminary game the foul trouble and he came up with 66-64 score. Shepherdstown Jayvees had more luck than did their varsity as they came through with a 52-46 victory over the Clear Spring Jayvees. Ron Russell led the Card inals to victory With 26 points. After a tight nip and tuck battle most of the way, the Shep- herd College basketballers came on strong in the home stretch on their home floor Friday night to score a 91-73 victory over West Liberty College in a West Vir- ginia Conference battle. The victory was the fifth con- secutive for the Rams on their home floor and it snapped a two game losing streak, the Rams who now showing a 6-4 Confer- ence record. The win also assur- red the Rams of a favorable seed hag in the forthcoming West Vir- A 2 % Discount Will Be Allowed an 196 2nd Half Taxes Paid From Now Until Th End Of February. The Sheriff's Office The Court House Will Be Open Durinl The Noon Hour And On Wednesd Afternoon During The Month Of Fd ruary, For .The Convenience Of The Ta payers. Be Sure To Bring In Tax Bill When Paying Taxes. W. W. WHITTINGTON Sheriff of Jefferson Co., W. Jan. 27- Feb. I0- 2, I II I We Dodge Boys won a lot of bets recently. We bet that people who shopped for a new car and really compared performance, styling and prices would buy a Dodge. Thousands of people did; and sales have never been higher. Now, we'll go a step further. II I I I "HERE'S HOW THIS WARRANTY COVERAGE PROTECTS YOU: Chrysler t',orporadon werrant= for II years or GO, O00 miles or 1800 hours of operation, whichever comes first, agelnot defects In materials and workmanehlp and will ~eplsce or repair at a Chrysler Motor~ p~eratlon authorized ~dexler's place of bu4dne~o gemoUne and ins diesel engines (I.e., block, heada, and Internal part=), intake manifold, water pump, flywheel, flywheel housing, clutch housing, torque converter, iron.minion (Le., c~ and internal parts, exclud- ing manual clutd~), tran~' ce~ and all internal parts, drivt shaft~ center bearingo, universol jointP, driving axlao and dlfferentlxl~, end drive wheel buerlngo of it= new Dodge trucka, provided the owner hen (!) the engine oll changed and universal Joint= (except eddied.type) luMIceted and the oll~th-type c=rbm'etor al~ filtt~ deal~md every 3 months er 4000 mileo (every 2 months or L:~00 slice on modelo 400 through 1000), whichever comes first, (2) the engln~ OH fitter repltced end dry-type carburetor air filter cleaned every kecend oil change, and dry-type cerburetor alr filter dement replaced every 24.000 miles, (3) the crankcaea ventilation oystem cleaned and serviced every 4000 mll~, and (4) the te~tmrmlealon, transfer case and driving axle lubri- cents changed every 32,00G miles (every 20,000 miiee on medele 400 thran~h 1000). The foregoing urvtcee must bo performed moro often when reasonably required due to severe dust or regular "stop and go" operation. Every fi months the owner must furnish to =ugh a dexlm" evidence of performance of the reqpired service and request the dealer to certify (1) receipt M sUCh evidence aM (2) the truck's then current mileage. Compare horsepower, compare engineering, compare performance records, compare price, compare trade-in allowances, and compare warranty.* If you do, you'll buy a Dodge truck. We'll bet on it... Come on ia. IIIII I III 11 I I III I East Wa hingtan Street Charles Town, W. Va.