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m I m r [ . D --- SPORTS SECTION --- Celtics q bi [et[ ei ,IA |'t SPORTS EDITOR ------- 'E LOCAL COVERAGE - SCORES- PICTURES i lull I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE -- I i ! i i ii i Pt |1 1 RSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1966 SECTION--B The Charles Town High cagersi ~ I ii!i J l II m; u IL,q came on strong in the home stre-[ ~ I i::i:i~i~ I 1 I I I1 - tch after a slow start to score [ ~ I i I 1 I I i BY DON RENTCH may shed some light on the See- another easy victory over the I ! | I l II M It's down the home stretch for tional Class . AA picture which Musselman High cagers Tuesday ~i i ~ ~ ~ L .--J fA"~ ni ht on the Musselman floor bv [ ~ ~ I Im II 1 the sectional and area schoolboy w 11 get underway Tuesday March I I I I I I mml lmm I i a 82-51 ..... e a, n ,ho,, + .... M I I II I basketball teams. And as a result l, on toe retersourg tlign nara, I L.J I I J I I I I I I I ] I I I I | 72.'2" I I II I I II [] of postponements due to the re- woods. The Panthers encountered I J l I I II ~" 4 / / t ~ their*ace r'el~oun~ier'~+K*e'nnT~arrl ~ I ! Im II [] +cent heavy snows, the action will no trouble in stopping the Vik- ........... n ~m I I II I be as heavy, and for some teams !ngs December 10, ~'hen the two ---- I I ~ I I I ! I I ~/ 1 ~ I wno ~s smi nursing a sprameal /~!~ 1 |1 I I I heavier, than at any time this teams met in Charms Town. Bu~ ankle. . | season the home floor could make lhe qll F-! (]IIA I/ In-1 I The victory was the fourth conl ! I i111 I ........ ...... IVikin-stou-herloh nd,e Jll lli_l I_! k _2 eU? :U tleZan%%Lan ll ! I slate of action is that every teaml Saturday night's game in Char- lib "~" I m +,,, u a ,oo,o ........ [ m i [[ [] in the section must wind up all( lea Town is sure to draw a cap, . i mm ~ [] [ it m regular season action by the endt aeity crowd since the Panthers ................... Charles. Town ..exl~ermnced ] ~ ~ 1 I E!J I I [] of next week in order to have a ) will be out to gain revenge for i [= ~Xl~ ^ ~1 m u I I~ ~ some mzncmty in me nrst nan I ~ ~ m mm m brief breathing spell before going~ defeat which they suffered at I~ll..VO J~l~lll~' VILVV~ against Musselman, but in the[l[~ ~] I II [] into the post-season tournament ~ the hands of the W:ildcats on Dec, ............... | ~ II 1 action which gets underway the 115 in Williamspo,.t. SA , Ill S . ;nFt';:7; ErFWour'e )A* e e I~a [] ~ first week in March. [ There will also be another big TURDAY S basketball game between We~t V rgmm and +otal "* 48 .-oin+~ whq~ ~,.~n,..[ ~ | i I ~ [~ [] I A good idication of the heavy ] sectional cage battle taking place .acuse will be the Eastern Conference Game of the Week Coach St vo Rinlev' Annlornon | l~ ~ m m [] pace which many of the teams Friday night when the St. Jose- [1 will be televised over WMAR Baltimore, WSBA York, to 22" .,oints .... *'~'" ....... I l~ ~i m [I [] are following now is the rugged ph's Catholic High cagers and %YN Lebanon and WHP Harrisbur Pa startin at 2 . v : .... [ m schedule which the Charles Town Hedgesville High meet in the : " " " It was a perfe t night for the I ~" ~ " , MAY SHED LI HT - 0t~ back again.. I ~ . , ,~.,v ~.v v ........ @ Th Frida ' htn m t Charles Town fans, as the Pan.* gymnasium and then tonight at, CITGO DOWNS CLOUD S I a. C urch [ G teams involved. .. ........... ] ther Jayvees opened the double, i 7 p. m. the second round of action [ ELECTRIC BOWLERS 4.0 [ e y nig e gage en TURN TO PAGE 2---B i EDDIE BARRETT tells us that the West Virginia Mount- I header attraction with a decisive 'will take place on the Charles i The Citzo Ladies bowline team [ eers will be quartered at the nifty Red Carpet Inn in [ .60-31 victory, over the l ..usselman I'l'own Junlor, H~hharawola~... l of CharlesWown scored a ~0 vic-] __ "" arlotte for the Southern Conference Tourney next week. .n+a.m~n,~.le~ ] wee'l~.7"Fe~la~r~ ~'~i'l~"fin'~ ]tory over Cloud's Electric inact-[ l, ~t~L ~ ~ ~~~ You ar~ ,ho,.o wh,, n~* o+~,~ b- and wmh them ~,ood luck I . - ............ ~,.~,o.ao,., [ ion in the Ladies Ma~or t~ t:ou I ~kl ~ ~ ~.== ~[~*=~*~ ~F"n ....... ,~,a ,,v o~,-,v, a e> " " " I points, 1 l~cuii t~ ~..~lt~o ul *'vl"*a~*~*~u*v** I ~+,, T,~.,-,,,,~ ~+ qh,~.,~.rlr, oh Tonao I -' m k It;_ -to m--i ~! I ur ,,,,,- -~m - x , ........... I ,+ Imeeting Kastle's Men's Shop inl on a ........................ I ,m r, a miD ,J r_..mii n TO 1 re elf the first game at 6 30 Feb 21, Y ~. ~ SETTLE AN argument" JackNicklausledal p g -|lbl... l~. ...... I- / " . : " "l Dot Brown and I~nces Edl . I a-.:a r i " " Fig J[ II~Ulill~ IN| A T & T vs riome Alter in the ' " . n money winnings last year with a bank roll of[ " I go,, n , mo ,, ,,a n ...... Iwards led the Cltgo team to the m@,= i ~', lllll~ ~~-~ -~ 0 victor the former rolhn a 192 , ,725.14, while partlc patmg in 20 tournaments. Arnoldl . #, m ...... ~Ferrv vs the Kniahts of P thiasl Y' g / .** ,*=~mEm.-vm uultum,-,~_'rnuli BIRTHDAY ~lll'l ......... " .......... "~ ' . / /nllntV i ~ ~nllll i -~ "" n for hi-h set -ame score and 535/ aU tillminimal wwRtnmlllivmz w g er was on llSl Wll:ll ~O'L,*l'lU "ll. ile playea In I vummml ~, at 8'30 ! . / - ;tow-- " " / " -- l " " ~ l for high set score, trances ~a-~ rnaments... / --..-- I .Thursday evening, Feb. 17, onlward had a hi ,h of 190 / ,-- " ............ ..... / Play. was resumed f~is week ln].the :Charles Town Junior Highi The Citgo team had games of -,--AT--', .... ...... [ 'I'ARLIGHT TERRACE fans at Shenandoah Downs ilI/the Jefferson County Indepen- tmrawoo(ls, i wltl tiarpersl 794, 820 and 796 for a team set | ' greeted by some striking-colored wall-to-wall, carpeting, i dent Basketball League on two Ferry. vs 14o:me. Alter at ,7.: ,0()| score of 2410. lUll Tn~l ~m a~ imrn | last word in luxury, when they dine at the popular spot/frnts, after ~ree weeks of in- ~In~,sa~h:J a~8tmas ?nd~LS~oe,sS[ ' Set scores for the Citgo team Ill I t, LUI Ill:l | , . activity oue m me winter s snows v v. were Frances Edwards, 475; :: Friday night, March 18th to open the track s 67-mght | and blo~k,~a h~.~, ...... Citgo vs A. T & T. at 9 p.m. i .... " ............ | aSon - ............. u - qne ..... " ........ nmey t ecKman, eien i , wnici~ enos June a ome nlng OI r, ea ~y an~ i The ..... ' ' d ~ / . first action was Monda Doff, 461; Biddy Smoot, 503 and talhng with Bob Leavitt calhng the colors m Y / " " " " . ..... ! .... ." "ght on the Harpers Ferry high ~O TO ~,Ul~h Sunday Dot Brown 535. I list n CONGRATULATIONS to our old Martinsburg friend L -- -- O/ X i l Bud Zimmerman, who s daughter GiGi was crowned -- ] l t of Charm" last Saturday night in the Charm Revue - ---t .... v m i )urg High School.. 0 i BUCKNER, All:StaT:Tuard for the Clarke County S 2 5 % 0 F ] School Eagles, has signed a grant-in-aid scholarship to V. M. I. next Fall. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Buckner, one of our old baseball buddies of Berry- Va.. TURN TO 2--B Charles Town High cagers eley Springs before a last second a pair of victories Friday fielder by Charles Town's Kenny night to boost their Carr decided the issue. record to 13-2, winning With their ace scorer and fine night over the Berk- rebounder, Ernie Jones, enjoying High Indians on a fine night in both shooting and court in a surprising, rebounding, the Panthers had no fashion by a 7543 score; trouble with the Indians after ~mg from behind in Lees- mid-way of the first period when Saturday night to beat they went ahead to stay in front County High by a 67-50 all the way. Both victories gave the Charles Town jumped off to a clean sweeps of their quick 6-0 lead, but Berkeley The Packers (shown above) who finished second only to the Celtics in the four.team race In series with Berk- Springs matched them point for Charles Town Midget Basketball League, are currently leadtng the pack in Post-season tournament and Lowdown County point the rest of the first period play with three victories and no defeats. They are the only league team still unbeaten in tournament Capacity crowd which bray. to trail only by a 15-9 margin, play. Their seasonal record of 8 victories and only three defeats was two shy of the 10-1 mark set by intense fog Friday night to In the second period Charles the Celtics when" they were declared League champions again. It was the Packers who handed the Indians and Panthers Town outscored the Indians 18-8 ~nust have been surprised to go to the dressing room at half Celtics their only defeat In 11 games. Members of the team as shown are: First row (left to right)..- ease with which Charles time with a 33-17 margin Jimmy Walker, Mike Wlltshlre, Ricky Nicely, Gary Moore. Back row---Ceach Jimmy Wiltshire, Billy rOUted the Indians who had [ In the third period when Pan- Lashley, Bruce Singhas, Bruce Meier, Larry Manuel and Assistant Coach Garland Walker. them a real scare in Berk-ITURN I~ I~AGE 2---B (Photo by Tim Sinn.) 8 SUITS -- UP TO 75.00 VALUE NOW $24.99 8 SPORT COATS -- UP TO36.00 VALUE NOW $19.99 S ACKS- 25% OF SHIRTS- 25% OFF mm SHIRTS -- SWEATERS PANTS, ETC. UP TO 14.95 -- ANY ITEM $1.59 TOP 'COATS & ALL WEATHER COATS 25% OFF SWEATERS--25 % OFF Many Other Items At Great Savings DOOR PRIZES-- $5.00- $:3.00- $2.00 -- Drawing Feb. 22nd WEST WASHINGTON STREET -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. FREE PARKING IN REAR 40 To ,Sell - Reg. 21.95 To 45.00 BUY 1 REG. 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