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Sports News and Views I J I': From Pa~e One From Page One really like to have him at West Virginia," Lewis em- )! .............. roaring out in the second period to Har ers Ferr FG F Pts all but tear the St. Joe Boosters to P Y ' " shreds as they rolled in 24 points[Winters, f .......... 2 1-1 5 while holding the Martinsburg iTwyman' f .......... 0 1-2 1 team to one field goal and a pair)Napper, f .......... 1 0-0 2 of foul shots. ,Trail, f ............. 1 0-0 2 ' 2 The St. Joe boys cut the lead McAboy, [ .......... 1 0-0 some in the third period, but the lOo.nnson, z .......... u u-v v damage. Scoring was on an even',~'Angel, c .......... u u-u u basis in the final period,with each Stot!er, g .......... 1 0-4 2 .... ~arnper g l u-u z team netting nine posts. I .... ' ": .......^ . . . upngnc g .......... u l-z1 Honk was the big scoring gun [pl~.a~.nnt~ g a 0-112 f Hr r F ....................... or a pe s erry wz~n seven field ~Lelauter' ~, 2 1-2 5 and 16 .points, while Brant was l Totals 16 6-14 38 phasized.B. " nzs~ perloa wnen cen~er wennyi x 1 ...... [ The Harpers Ferry High Varsity Davidson, f ........ 2 3-3 7 NEW YORK RACE TRACKS went on record favoring I Tigers scored their fifth victory of Jamison f .......... 1 0-1 2 [the season as against 10 defeats Hough, c ............ 4 1-2 9 nine race cards daily. Maryland tracks followed suit, [and their second over St. Joseph's Mahoney, c .......... 2 3-4 7 altl ough several of them aren t so sure it will help, Now [Catholic cagers of Martinsburg Littleton, c .......... 0 0-0 0 [Tuesday night when they came lManuel, g .......... 2 2-3 6 the powers that be at Hialeah Park in Florida, and who [out on the long end of a 49-34 Biller, g ............ 0 0-1 0 also own Garden State course in New Jersey are con- [count in a pair of games played ~V. Webb, g .......... 0 0-0 0 sidering asking the Florida Racing Commission to allow Ion the St. Joe hardwods. In the iKidwiler, g .......... 1 0-0 2 them to give up the nine race programs in 1960 and go I first game of the evening the Har L S. Wilt. g ............ 0 0-0 0 back to the old eight race cards. There is such a thing [pers Ferry Junior High cagers roll E. Webb, g .......... 0 0-0 0 ted over the little St. Joe team[ ~ --- -- - as killing the goose that lays the golden egg. There is [38-19. [ Totals ........... 1911-16 49 only so much money available and the faster that it is I In the preliminary game C harlie !St. Joseph's FG F Pts. used up, the quicker it will vanish, So a cut back in race ]Pleasant led his team to their IBrant f 7 4-6 18 [10th victory as against only one [Bivens f ............ I 0-2 2 cards might be the answer to urvival... [defeat as he roiled in 12 points, #McNalmee'~ .......... 1 3-3 .~ [most of them m the first ,half of [Turner f 1 0-0 2 District 6 Nurses To BufldersBanquet Set [play'TheSt'Jescringwaseven)Riker c ............ 2 2-3 6 ]ly divided among four players. [Gage'g ............. 0 0-2 0 ,, ,, ,, .. -- I For Friday, Feb. 20 [ In the big game of the evening ', Domenico,"g "." :." /." .'." : 0 1-3 1 Meel m. mr..stag I The annual banquet 'for mere-]after the two teams had played[ -----------~ [to a very close 11-9 first periodI Totals ........... 12 10-19 34 [hers and guests of the Builders bthe Gainer-coached Tigers came Jr Varsity District No. B, W. Vs. Nurses As IBible Class of the Charles Town sociation will hold ~ts monthly]Methodist Church will be held in meeting February 16, 7:30 p. m. [ the Church dining room on Friday at King D~ughters Hospital, ~Viar-[night. February 20th ~t 6:30 p. m. ~lnsburg. The program will :be pres [ Guest speaker for :the banquet will outed by the nursinu students oftbe the Roy. Randall Parsons, pas- the Kin s Dau hters Hos ital ]tor of the Methodist Church in . g g P I Shepherdstown. School of Nursing. i Tigers had already done too much !~9nm~z: c ............ ~ ~-~ The 1959 membership drive will [BAKE SALE FEB. 14 be discussed at this meeting which I ------- will c,,,t , na~rw-- F~u,- or- 9~ , . [ Sponsored by Charles Town Jr. ......... " .~ .... " "~ ~'." [High Student Council on Febru- ~til March 13. Memoers are urges lary 14, 1959 at Western Auto to be ,present. Store starting at 9:30 a.m. goals and two out of two foul shots I ............ highThelorboxscores:St. Joe with 18. ]1 St. Joseph's ......... "FG F Pts. VARSITY Ga~ [Williams, f .......... 2 I-I 5 ..... IKerns f ............1 0-1 2 Haxpers ~Ferry FG F Pts, ]Allen ' c .... 2 0-5 4 4 Honk, f ............. 7 2-2 16]Miekelinic,'g".'.'.'. .... 2 0-1 Iden, f .............. 0 0-0 0[Foreman, g .......... 1 2-2 4 Hetzel, f ............ 0 0-0 0 I ------------- Withers, f .......... 0 0-0~[ Totals ............. 8 3-10 1~ Ch l s To H'gh F I B Off " are wn I ays est emve Ball Of Year To Trou ice Shepherdstown The Charles Town High cagers, Another seven-poin,ts spree, ,as h.i~tting wi,~h deadly accuracy buil,t Wilt hit on two long sets and add up a stroiag first half lead and ed a fre$ throw and Ranalli broke went on to score ia one-sided 64- under the basket for a net layup 49 decision over the "Shepherds- increased Charles Town's margin town High Cardinals Friday night to 22 points, 46-24 after four ms- in Shepherdstown. The victory utes and the issue was no longer was the third straight for the Pan in doubt. thers over the Cardinals Chis sea- Two basl~et's by Wil~ and Calvin son and !.t broke a .two-game los- Fleming helped offset Derr's 11 mg s~rea~: ~or them. point spree m 4~he final period as :' m I ~,~'l \i' ~ ' : , ~ Playingbeforeacapacitycrowd Charles Town maintained a corn i the Panthers displayed their fin- fortable 14-to-22 point margin. est shooting form of the season, Derr and Kidwiler led Shop- especially in the first half when herdstown with 19 and 12 resoec- RUA[IY MAR(H ONLY '~he'y hit n 16 f "35 sht's" They tively as the Cards finished with and .hen broke bhe . ame.. lde cent). Dave Lucas .took only four m open. m xne serene penes wren zz shots but sank three Kidwiler hzt ' posts to 11 for Shepherdstown. on four of 12 and Derr netted just The Cardinals, who had already ~five of 27 as ~he Cards dropped :Turn in,your Pig Starter feed tags and get 50 credit lost one of the defensive stars via ,their seventh decision as against on any of these Southern States Swine feeds pur- school transfer of Steve Williams, eight victories. were hurt even more early in the h r ........ C a los Town also captured an chased: " e cit'ng jayvee ~reliminary as Don Waldeck suffered ,an ankle injury hie Ott's layup with 40 seconds 16% Pig Developer" 13% Pork Maker 38% Sow & Pig Supplement 40% Pork Maker 38% Hi.Gro-Blend (OooI ,qJygro,-,-") t Only tag from bags of Pig Starter purchased during February and March will be accepted. One bag of swine f ed must be purchased for each tag credited. No tags credited toward purchases of Pig Starter. Available with--"Hygromix" [ Ill SOUTHERN STATES arles Town Cooperative PHONE 43 RANSON, W. VA. and had to leave the game. I,t was a combination of sharp- shooting 'by forwards Tom Wilt and Bob Spinks and a tigh,t man- for-man defense headed by Danny Eismon that shackled Shepherds- town's Jerry .Derr, the section's leading scorer, with just eight points through the first three per iods that ,paved the way for the ninth victory of the season by Coach Dick Harmison's charges. Wilt, who was Che game's top scorer with 22 ~allies hit on ten of 17 attempts from the floor us Charles Town netted 27 of 64 shots (42 per con,t). Spinks tallied all of his 12 points in Che first hal,f, sinking ,five straight sho~s early in the contest before missing his last two attem,pts. Charles Town strung ,together ten straight poin~ts, fea, tured by Danny Eismon's two consecutive baskets to turn the contest into a one-sided affair at 31-14 .midway through the second period. Spinks, Frank Ranalli, Writ and Eismon each hit twice from the field as the Panthers held a safe 37-22 ad- vantage ~t h~If, time. Kidwiler hit on three of h~s first seven a:ttempts to tally eight of the Cardinals' ooints through he left to play gave ~he Panthers a 30-28 decision. Bill Handzo drop ped in 14 points for the Cardinal JV's while Woody eden had nine and Ott and Rufus Clark each eight for Charles Town. The boxscore: Charles Town FG F Pts. Wilde, f ............ 10 2-4 22 Spinks, f ........... 5 2-4 12 Butch, f ............ t 2-3 Fleming, f .......... 2 0-0 Eismon, c ............ ,, 0-2 a Skinner, c .......... 1 2-2 4 Burns, g ............ 2 0-0 4 Ranalli, g ........... 4 2-4 10 Coffman, g .......... 0 0-0 0 Frye, g .............. 0 0-0 0 Bentz, g ............ 0 0-0 0 Totals ...........27 10-19 64 Shepherdstown FG11F3 Pts.7 Derr, f .............. 5 9 !9 Lucas, f ............ 3 - Hunter, f ............ 0 0-1 0 Waldeck, c .......... 2 1-1 5 Hill:ard, c ............ 1 3-11 5 Hockensmith, g ..... 0 0-1 Kidwiler, g .......... 4 5-7 130 Knot.t, g ............ 0 0-0 0 Totals ..........15 19-36 49 Score by periods: first half but Shepherdstown was Charles Town 17 39 50--64 cold IroN the field with a sub-par Shepherdstown 11 22 30--49 seVen for 28. ~ he 0-wnffiCials: Lightner Brothers. Unable To Stay With Martinsburg OA$ ,AN@E l r near o ly, two full periods Tuns Ju,t with I:lnl F@a|ore$] ) day evening ~the Martinsburg High i Bulldogs were having a rough 'N FORGET |U~- [ time of it with the S,hepherdstown EILTo~burnerthermo- High Cardinals, but just before etat controls coo~,ng the first half ended the Whitacre- ' t~ereture eutomati- . coached Bulldogs pulled into an catty. Just set end for. |~--no burning, no ll-point lead and stayed in front I~orchin|, no scouring, all the way to score a 77-60 vic- SIZZLE 'N SIMMER OURNES~. Fester then lnyevermade-|~eltar spead end economy w~h lowest turn.down possible, "(EL-U-SET CONTROL CENTER. Automatic Olock with timer, twin Vlsiguide ookin Cha~ts, appliance outlet nod fuU width ftuores. ~t.t light. MODEL'CAKV-3853 From Small Down Payment EASY TERMS 114 N. CIIARLES STREET PHONE 226 CtIARLES TOWN, W. VA. "COMPLETE ESSOTANE GAS SERVICE" tory over the Jefferson county cagers in the feature attraction of a doublcheaded show on the Mar- tinsburg High gymnasium. In a preliminary game between the Martinsburg Junior Varsity and the Shepherdstown Jayvees the Martinsburg boys walked off with a 49-26 victory. The victory for the Martins- burg Varsity was their ninth win as against four deefats while it left Shepherdstown with ,an 8-8 mark. It was also the second vic- torY this season for Martinsburg over Shepherdstown. With ,Coach George Whitacre starting a different five from that which he had be'on calling upon and with Shepherdstown's scoring ace Jerry Derr hitting from both ........ the foul ,line. and Y~rom the floor,. the Shepherdstown boys got off to a 3-0 lead and stayed in front until late in 'the period when Mar- tin,burg managed to edge into a 15-14 leud. 'With only five minutes left to play in the second period the Car- t dinals had the Bulldogs all tied ...... t up at 32-32, hut then Martinsburg i went or: a ~,oorin~ :-pree and rolled i in 14 posts wlule holding Shop- m D...&k... P_A& TI.... SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS j [rOlllllCl3 m lmrc 2--B THURSDAY, FEB: ,.,.... t, Wins Over Jaguars Z JUIlII~ U I " Hopkins 113 95 87 295 I@oodward 84 t " 5 I. m .... ITn TeEs Rnwhn. la,.d Totals 483 469 445 1397 I Mllton8 _. I!1 kd t Imy mun,~ i,v.,,,,~ m-v.UU t Totals 4~' In wh Tigers 1 2 3 Tots ~-- ,~ at WaS undoubtedly the [ ------- - err 98 105 90 293 ]PIE SALE F [t~ latest game ever to be .played in l . TEAM STANDINGS Butcher 87 117 121 325] this section, the .Page Jackson I TEAM W L Pet. ~'icewarner 88 72 97 253 [ ...... --a High cagers of Charles T0wnlPanthers 8 4 667 ~"~*~":f"~*~ 1(%1 .~ ~ ~.~]. The ~enior rar~,~ staged a second h.al,f comeback to]jagua, rs 7 5 "583 'a'~=~-' .... o~ Go ~ ~.~[~ sponsoring .amr~ beat the Johnson-Williams High I Leonards 5 7 "417 --'~ml ~A~/1 ]7~ 4~ ~43~ I r'e~: t~ oeginnln,g.~ angers of Berryville. Vs. Tuesday i Tigers 4 8 "333 ~ .... ". ='." -',." .~ Z. ~]in.~ne room.Z~Tr~~ ~iag?et jbaYcksaon73-:2veSco:eo?All~nh;[ The Panthers made a clean ~e~?:~Srry 90I 9~ ~21zo3~llvmiers Page Jackson hardwoods In a pre [.sweep in Bla.ir Bowling League act ~obertson ~91 292 I READ THE C I~' liminar- ~amo the Pa'e ~a~ks"-- I ion ms~ week ann oy l~aKing ~nree :-- ------------ odvaeYrVe~'/e ~rri~vil~e 3jS:'~e~C~r; I~mcvte~e%~~hetfeag~ag~ear~ lithe: I m~ .~ ' one game margin " It was near mldmgh~ betorel The l~n,thers'who hadbeen, m ~ action of the second game wasi ra'" h ' r I' l~d ( Ill( Jt i t rl~llg t e Jagua s by two games. concluded s nee the mare attract- . . ' ~ : . scored & 499 to 483 win in ~he ~i mn of the evening was not started first ~a~e r,,llo,~ 5(%0 *^ ass i" +ho until the Li htner Brothers who I ....... ' .........m ---- ----- v- officiated for t isecond game and m de the sweep " ............ ~" i 47 "' She her wn w th a 8 to 445 score ~: p dsto game could drive ! ....... tho h,o 1 CITIES CITIES Cm|S from M-rein-'---- "- "---'-- " ~*arv ...... ~'~ V''L~ ~W'E~ O'~V"'~ .... ~"L~' I -- Town w~Ti~ |m hscr )rllenga dl 916fFohri s~ng~ n ~ ~ Page Jackson moved into a slim Ig O g v 17-16 first period lead but in the |sc re:the second match of the ev ,,,,, SEmen smm, a~ second quarter the Berryville boys e '~ ' h f in" outscored the Spartans 17-13 toLPn.g, )eLevards,'.a'terd,..or P i g m LlflDTIJ m-kmm% ~mTmm-c CgDVli take a 33-30 halftime lead i~ne nrs~_.game :~ vne :la~,..? ,~,a.,. m Nunmmm I:!11/ Ll/lU-J Ol,,iil"' The "hi ~ ri ~ w "-i ~v '~o a'tz score wen~ on 'so wln m ro pe so as a o g one h t e next two by scores of 481 to 22.oin,swhil,.h, Idin B,,r,...,,i.,,14 8andSZSto48Z, respectl ely.frthe Spartans as they rolled in 7 "v m ~TATI~tl Hfl 1 flH to 9 and thiS'was t~e ];a'c~';h; |d.e~bt~r~rhe~?:t~h~jge;%:~de:~r ....,v,. ,,v. , v.. 1 z~ p , Spartans needed to win by [hi-h -l-'l --m h n l'h Wh r n w r . " g s ng e ga e o ors w .~ e Spa ta s e e playmg Tues ms=ore or 121, Butcher also was m Mt~DI"U /2_C/ID n" CTDggT ~;:rnnight Bw~thOUn~ ,the 2iers~iCes oz [high m.a~h scorer ~vlth a 326 nunmn ucvn~c jmn~- a e a o. a i s, ~eam Iscore mm . . ' ' guard who has left school. | The boxscore" La~vrence Bailey was the biglPanthers " 1 2 3 Total m WILL MOVE To A New Local scoring gun for Page Jackson wibh t ose 90 92 91 273 26 points, while John New manmBohr re ~T~ 991199831. ,,o and Charles Branson each had |S r 8484111 m Effeehve MONDAY, FEBR ' r pe~ B. Pmge was high man fo ,the James 98 97 85 280 11:I 1QgQ Berryville team with 25 points. |Snyder 100 86 93 279 -u, -ao,. The boxscore: |Johnson 112 106 85 303 ~lTCq~t~ ~r~ ~T~ar~ .~ [~ rage JaCKson ..nrurner m .... ME T "EE " AT I. Bailey ............ 11 4 26m Total 4995004781477 1:, o Newman ......... : .... 7 3 17 [Ja~uars 1 2 3 Total Johnson ........... :.. 0 0 0 [Jones 91 105 95 291 m~mm ==~ mL ~m--===~ ~|#[~ C. Branson ........... 8 1 17iCave 94 99 76 269 Nlll~mtl ~ml [-mmm~ XU"KVI Sims .................. 2 1 5 [Myers 104 97 92 293 m~lVll/ll I~ll.ll# ~,mmmL,~ ~|$-- Willis ................. 01 / m STATIOH NO Braxton ." ......... .... . 0 0 0 2-Ford (H); 3-Homer (S). Time 9._B Bailey 2 3 7 ................ 2:38.6. ~o~,~ ......... : ~0 ,~ ,~/~o,,,, freestyle:l-Smith (H); I o~ f I 'VI4 MTTl l n ~Tl~l~i~.T A[ Johnson Williams FG F Pts.[2-Wood (H); 3-Diez (St Time: ........................... Paige 10 5 25 0.25.2. ................ m 200 ard butterfi 1 Williams -- 7th. AVENUE IN RANSON. m Mason .. ,... 31 7# -Y Y: - , 1 Wb~t:mnro.......... 3 5 lll(S)" 2-Pfitzinger (S)" 3-Lee (H) Clay ...... 2 1 5 Trme: 3:03.5. " WE WILL CONTINUE TO SERV Youn~ 6 0 121 Fancy diving: 1-Chambers (S) ~TTt~ q~ ~v ~q~ T~ ~ T [ Jones .... 1 0 2/~-zvmse ~n ~-wa~son ~ . a m o~.,r,,~. ..,~r,.,,~..~...~,., !1] ............. ~[ 100yard freestyle: 1-Wynn (H) o v, ,- "totals 251262/2-Diez (S)" 3-Smith (H) Time" m ......... ; " 1:02.3. ' " " "" __.... __ -- / 200-yard backstroke: 1-Johnson m c.AOl me .,a k prom cm W, Illam hamh rs 2-Haryey (H)" 3-Atherton %,. tm l.UL almu r ,4.. jk ,,) . _ _ _ I'%J4m::, 2r"::stly'le: 1-Ford (H)" m North Mildred Street and 7th. Wnn Fwnk R, nt Ram [2-Lawson (H)" 3-Ballas (S). Time ........ vvmmm m=v~mm~I ~m mm~mm I .... ' m ~2~klN~UIN . %' to:uo.u, m , " .~. . am .~ m, e! 400-yard relay:l-Howard; 2- I i ' mm manKmen tsow to .owaro Shepherd. Time: 4:16.2. m [] I I Iii il I Although Hugh Wilh'ams and Allen Chambers, the lat%er of Mar tinsburg, came through w~ith v~c- ,tories in two events, a strong How .ard University swimming ,team of~ ~ Washington D. C., captured the . ~ , . o~her events to score a one-sided ' ............ ~, ;~ 61-25 victory over the Shepherd; ,," College swimming ~eam in the / Shepherd College pool Friday af- ~ernoon. Although suffering their fourth defeat the R.~ms ~howed grat pro m4se in the ,performance o[ Char- lie Shobe and Bob Sherman who captured second and third place respectively in the 200-yard breast i stroke event. Russ Pfitzinger ~and co-~aptain Mike Ballas also +turned in time efforts in ,their respective races. Followin~ are the results of the meet. 400 yard medley rainy:l-John son (H); 2-Shobe (S). Time: 5:- 03.0. 220-yard freestyle:-lWynn (H) ; herdstown" to three ,to hold 'a 46-35 'half time margin. The Bulldogs con.tinued to in- .crease their lead in the ,third per- iod despite the efforts of Derr, Hunter and Hillard and early in ,the ~fnal period the outcome of the contest had already been set- tled. Once again it was Jerry Derr who was .the entire offensive show for Shepherdstown with 27 points while Miller and Schell tied for Scoring honors for Martinsburg with 18 points each. / :;:4/ i! , Q Our bank teller puts numbers into your pass book, A LASTING TESTAMENT but you and we know those are more than numberS. TO YOUR DEVOTION- Those are the finer things you are planning to buy to ^ Rock of make your life more comfortable and more secure. A Memorial! refrigerator, a car, a TV set, or Junior's college educa" The wholopu o o memo." o tion. That's why the wise person adds numbers to his rial art k to eommem0rat book regularly. Regular deposits mean dreams coming' the personality and aeeomo plishment of an individual true that much faster. or family. Rock of skilled design staff t an latea . ' these acompliahme~ ,into beautiful memorial ck it . The k no w,y to ,ho. k V.k /devo o. 0a YOUR r IS APPRECIATED AT o" 49 ono. You, ILo~k ~ ~,, ~,~orlzed Dee~ MARTINSBURG GR/ IITE .WORKS 109 West John Street Martinsburg, W. Va. i ' < mm.- Ph0n 10 Member F. D. I. C. and Federal Reserve System . Charles,