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!i" 99 IG 9 9 0P JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1959 W. & R. Sales, Moose Win In Cage League; Playoff Opens March 4 The W. & R. Sales Caters, new champions of the Jefferson Coun ty Independent basketball league and the Moose Club scored vic- tories in the two league games played Thursday evening, Feb. 19 on the Charles Town Junior High PAGE-JACKSON HIGH'S CAGERS HAVE SUCCESSFUL SEASON; GO INTO CLASS "A" TOURNAMENT AS ONE OF FAVORITES Class"A" Play Tonic ht, y; Panthers To Meet Keyser In "AA" Play; Marlinsburg Mq This is the time of the scholas, tic basketball season when ,the "'chips are really down." The Class "A" teams have ah'eady wound up regular season play and are enga- ged in the post-season tourna- Charles Town will be the first to see action in the Class "A" play to be staged in the Peters- burg High gymnasium F'Fiday and Saturday, March 6 and 7 with the Panthers to meet the top tom'na- gymnasium. ............ ment playoffs. The Class "AA" ment favorites in Keyser High's ..l'ne .Moose ~uo oexea,tea .me and "'AAA" teams will wind up Golden Tornadoes. Game time will ~ascm Dy a zz-az score m me nrst their regular season action either be 7:30 with Petersburg and Ram R~I~ k • A v 0 0/~lA!k! game and the W. & R. Sales cat- Friday or Saturday night and just hey meeting a,t 9 m ww IV! P%/% O ~₯₯ i~1 ers won from the Town & Country mark +im ..... " *~-~ ........ ~- ....... P,' ' • r~l~F~ia.c i.. tha ~......~ .~m. h,, v ~ ""~" ~"=-- "='~'~"~"*~ OUSr~ a snorr~ cnstance away :n .~.yF?~.:.^ .............. s ...... a tournaments roll around next Fri Key~er a,t the Pot(~mae State Col- a ~a ~o eu score. . day and Saturday night, lege~ gymnasium the Cla~ "A" ~[a__~ . . . In ~the Moose-Kkstle game ~ine The Class "A'" tourn m n Re tonal action will et n "wa , hater Bob Leawtt who ls. busmr than a pro- and Walters each had 20 points underwo, "o- ~*-e ~.~[~ er tgot Fz'~a,, nl,~h~ a-~ g, ,u.de.~,,, y , -al'rfl (r and were high foz the Moose Club le~ ,~z ., . ....... ~,, .... ,~,,- a o ......... - .... ~,, k.. paper hanger, workin around the clock ,_.. _.( ..... " ..... e gymnasium in Shepherdstown I Saturday night. The winner of illll" ~.nlle Whittington was nlgn Ior . .,t collar opened and his sleeves rolled up, ~h~ Woo',,~ ~,~ ,~ ~, ,,i. ~.. ~.~.~ Wednesday night and tonight will ]this tourney will go into Regional ' the hnnm-oa- .v n.+.,;L..+ PL,.,-}.o ,I" ..... .............................. see the semi-finals and FzJday[play in Weston March 13 and 14. " "'"" ...... night the finals. ~ In Martinsburg Friday night, • -ancloan Downs, tOOK ume ou~ ~nls morn- m me seconn game wayne uop- -- - .-.. ......... }March 6 the Martinsbur~. High ,us that he had signed Greg Johnson, popular D# yDo?son. lac uea y eU Yea a eUr caYwW iBulldogs and Mo,gant0w high (1 ~ ~ , n Moh~gans will meet m the Cla~ .... hit]more; (Md.) racing o.flcml, to seine getting 11 points while John Bow The Page - Jackson High Spartans (shown above) last week wound up a most successful sea- of the. ~eason as sectional play, "Aaa" ’~otion.~ ~it~ th~ ,,~,~ ~-~Lal 9 ~ , ior oath l.ne class AA and Class ..................... a-" "y for the 6.-day meetin opening here ers had 12. oi: the Town and, son despite the fact they had to play several at the larger metropolitan schools that were far above "AAA' schools w ill'be takin- Ira go into Re-iona}"I}'I p ji:offs acl runninc~ ~hr,mc~h -h,lv 11 Johnson will Country Cl(~thiers it was Simons the class of the Spartans. In compiling an 8-6 record apainst the caliber of opposition they wereI .--." " ' _ ..~ ~. i,, ~’,~,.,,~,~,,,~,7~ ~ r.,n .... ~,,,, le:new h.... F. ,~.~..~,'~v~'+~.:~..+ :,^'1;] ....;,.,~'L .... veho was high with 18. , forced to face week after week, the Spartans sho~ed they would have to be considered one of the favor- 1,n_k~e. t~e~,~urg, and Mart.ms,~urg [~'- ~-------,~. .................... ly ofv-ff'~'~." u.~ u~. ......... ~ ~u.u ~,~.,s ..,.,.- The league playoff will get un- I ites going into the annual sectional "A" schoolboy tournament being waged this week on the Shep- [ ana~ne~iass _A~ l~egional wm oe I ...... a~ .t a! In America can DOaSt and you can derway Thursday evening, March ] herd College gymnasium. The boys making up the squad coached by Adam Craven are as shown, I . . .J .. . ~ .7 .... I I-. ~,~.A~--~. | --.. I'. mat he will do a bang-up job.... 4 at the Charles Town Junior first row, left to right:---George Mitchell, Charles Branson Paul Sims John Newman Phiilin B~axton in ~tadiuon to the sectional ,Jmss I l-][-r~|||]]~|~ L~t~ |[]} . - . - - " - High School at 8 p. m. The second] Second row left to right:--Clarence Branson Norvel Willis Venning Johnson Lawrence Bailey Bernard t''A'' play Friday night, there will ] ...... town Hi -' "- .......... r "ll round of play has been set ’or~Balley, Ricit,~rd Clark. Absent when the picture was taken was Daniel Jackson ' als0 be two other cage battles takl ~,,m 4- • its.ram ~_. gn s vurpie ~'an[ner DasKemane s ~l March 5 and the third round] ' ~Photo B-' Tim Sinn~ ling place that will have consid-I NIIver ~r|flfl, Will regular season Friday night when thev March 12. t ! " ~' ~ . ' ~erable .sectional interest. For in- I '~ " ~'~""'21e '" "" t Iup g / , /stance Charles T°wn Highs Pun-' i el'bac "O0 p; ra... On display will be Coach Maddex's. * • eft Meetln o DISCUSS Pollution, Ygl.*: *2° Play Winchester Sat. Charles Town Htah Ralhes To Bea l ter, Va. in a return game at8p. I The Ex-Panthers of Charle,~ Y g g and talented court performer Donme his teall2 b wo s 4# • • m and this will be Charles Town s Tow -mate Reggie Baker. T ese t boy, • • , " • " " ' ' n High School 'dropped their I'Iun, ter s top' scorers this season and Dick Hat R~l,~|~u ~,m~Me ~,#*~A,~# /hsh Knll In Shenandoah March 2 At Irenblg opportumty.. " "n't° get somes re-[,f , otrth game of the season] .~s a- " ge Ior the n'cKing they were ~ , .- " "" iS'Will h .... d lift /UI l&lfl [I IUI . . , g~aln, t 15 vlctolleS when they were r-'- ave to cover both of them vezy clo elb ] g 9 1 ~ I II# 1 ll• I ~ | | " [handed by the Judges In .in-!nosed am in . th, u,ina at aa ~1. i. ght. This should be a top-drayer attractgon [K n m lamac w fln man ’naal Ichester. tcision b~' a Silver Snrin- ) K~ V • |ilO ~at.mmmit~pwv vvawI |SH Ill ~%*ilVVl ., z,., e, ,,.- tose The Charles Town H~gh Varmty kets in the stanza that lgmted i~ ~ Also Pnda m ht the Hed es team .~ e a full-house on hand for the final . ' ' I ' ' / / " Y 'g g -/ , Previou. ly the Ex-Panthei's " . " " cagers rallieo in the second half Charles Town's flurry. / ] ville High Eagles, who were not lhad beaten this same team by two g'l~,, ~ " " - .- , -~ , . Priday night to overcome a 10- ] Danny Eismon also meshed / An open meeting to discuss the summer cottages on the river ~r- / pez'mitted to play in the Class [ points, -~, ,~, ."~t unday after a sojourn oI several weei~s point first 'half deficit and gain a three shots and Spinks tossed in [recent pollution and fis,h kill in I urged to at,ten~l: .... ~ "A" sectional this year wlll wind / ~Ii~h scoz'ers fn,. tb~ .~h,,'a~,J ~ I-Iialeah race track and other points in the78:71 revenge vi.ct.ory over the Ber ]a pa.ir of goals for. Charles T.own |the Shenandoah River has been Plans fnr t h. "m~ti .......... / up their season in Pz-ederick, Md, I nigh[ game were"'Erz{ie Rudo?al~ ~q • ~ezey ~pnngs l-t~gn lnoians on ~ne in me period onsetUng ~wo oas- s ............... " ......... playing St John's HI h . - " ~- ~ , 0111' " e~ - , et for March 2 at 8 p m at the / g v~th 32 points while Geozge T~un Ynend Leeds Rlely zeeted his many ..... ' ' ' leted a h F ' • - ' s. - - ,tl.a ............... Morgan Countmns home flooz. [kets apiece by Berkeley s Kenneth l James Wood Hiuh School i,,~t outI, t te ebruary meeting ofi S~t,,rd~v nio'ht Lb. R ..... /,~,. h,~d ',. ,,..n ~ ......... lh:~' .~n.e lunch .'cableS a~ ~ne be.glon lvlonflay, And in.the first game of t'he do.u-/K~:ns and Henry. |side of Winchester, V-a. A. ~I-I~Paes It'he Izaak Walton League last [High'~;ioneers"wi-if invade-lVlaz:iin~"/i7[ ............. c,a,u ~nrz.~man a pink of cond~tmn after h~s bne~ rest. Sun- ~leneaaer at~racuon the Charms/-. ~uve pi.ayers snu.red, in ~Char.les |sler, executive secretary of the Vir I week at the Lee-Jackson Restaur- t burg to do battle once again with~ For Silver Spring it was Bob Vel Town n~gn oumor vazmty scoreo Towns wmnzng raay zn a zz pom~ lma Water ontrol oar the Mal%lnSbul H1 h Bull , _ "Y notieable fashion, Leeds has been really ........ !r " .... / ..... ~--r .. /g " ' C B d, will be I,ant Honored guests were Charles ] ' . "g g, dogs in[Windsor with 31 points who led ~,~ .... , ... ~ 1-. . ~. ,. . a 6z-z~ vera'lC'~ over me little ~n- ]las~ period surge. ~'ranK teanani/a,t the meetin~ t iscuss the o i_ " ..... ". , a retuz~ ame At Romne o th ..... , ~.."~ much as ne monk wm] uou t'onaIlelfl [dians. ' /and Skinner each tallylng slx mar- |recent ftnd/n;s°id the .... ~l~aroer oz ~;ne Frederick Counl;y we-ks .~gth~'~i ...... ~ ’e~,.tw /~ce M'aiy~andeis, ~tule Ray Wind " uch grass grow under their feet in an effortI In getting bheir. 12th verdict of/kers, Eismon and Tommy Wilt ]answer ques'tioOns. ~ ........ ]Board of Supervisors: Robert Hil- ] close'vict'ory'over't"he~B'ull'dogs." -/'~Sa'~m"day night Feb 28 the Ex- i~ ri - e most attractive Preaknesses e • tag- I,. 2. , .. . .. ' / ~. -- , ! . .," '.~ "-. . . | This meeting has been arran- [ ' , p es" t of the Virginia ] ' y "g t tl next [ 0~th vel s the season as against seven defeats each hitithg fo~ a pai~ of goals hard r :den From Saturda m h un Panthers will pl'ay ~ost ’0 tile C PI the wnazms ~own vazszty cagers ~na ~pmKs aoamg a aoume aec~ Dzv~szon of the Iz k W F~lda bot, h Charles Town and Wm h (V ) 0 --mlico'rttce track. A number of the really rolled ou~theirbestoff~nsive paw !er " "|Red by the Winchester Chapter I "st ~..._ aa a!ton Lear .f ~.y .: ....... /. ~ ester a. Creamery team ~ ' -~eS h " " l "e " • we; doe ~enzoia, ~arional (Jonser- wtarunsDurg wm lust LaKe H]irlgs Irom u~e wincneseer ~i~ry ~eague. ,_ ave been entered m the big May c ass~ [er of the season and fired 31 ofRice made ~ gallant attempt to/Izaak Walton League. John Kane, I vation Director' Royal Carlock" I easy get,ting in practice sessions ]The game will act underway at 8 ea mg more about them late .., the 61 held goa!.attaek..In g.am- [ stave off.Charles Towns comeback |president said today t.hat all in- ] national Izaak Walton League exe ] Just to keep in top shape and/P, m. on .the Charles Town Junior ~, _- ..... I mR. ~:evenge m.r me oi.-aa aec~mon I ny mesmng zour .goals m rne zlna~ |terested persons as well as fisher- I cutive board mem:ber and Van I ready for tournament action. ~Hiah hardwoods. at Jama. ur....., ~-_u ~.K^.-.I ^., ~,.;A,, ,~+,,,~ i wmcn ~ne lnmans nan .taKen irom I perioa lot ~erKeley. /men landowners diana "the S,hen I H,,s~n ~ n~.t.innal dir~od'ar t~f fha ] - -- ~.. : .......~u ~.,~. o~.uu, u. ~" ....~ ~'~'" [the P.anthers in Charles Town, six [ The Indians lostthe serv!ces of |andoah, campers and-owners of |Izaak-':VValton'League: .......... ~a over atnearby St. James School on ~a~ur- IPanVher players hi~ in the oou,ble [bovh Roman ano nenry v|a the/- . ] ". , _ .. ~11|| II~ a011, C0noh P ,,l rp..... scoring figures and Charles Town foul route t,n the final s'tanzu while l . .... ] .. A I drlllU '~105 • "c~ pushed m a total of 40 points in Burns Writ and Coffman fouled ! out. thew 1958-59 basketball campa,on. [the last two periods In the final out for Charles Town. /Hunle’ s L0na held 60allnCI0sm0 _ .. ,,, utll| t 6Lu/n*- a iarg percentage of their games, the I period ~he Panthers 'tallied 22 The boxscore: I . ~ ~ " I ~ ~r|l || ~ ~|~|~'~ 1" :| rloormen have been turning in some very ]pointsonelghL~fleid goals and six I Charles Town FG F Pts.|[m .... I~1_____1_____1 • |/• I I Ir\l/|/L il /" efforts and several members of the team I fre--e throws: .... ]W..ilt, f. : ........... ives nennemsT0wn ₯1’I0’v I v v---- _._, •1 ,lYt • • , . . l.~our ziem goa~s apiece oy A. ~,. ~Kinner, z ..... ..... 5 {i-615 r -17 the Senmr H gh Panthers next winter. IRice and Orary Henry sent Coach Spinks, f ............ 5 ~-3 12/ " I ' ~ • I~i~ ~IMN ..~as developed several very good prospects thi~yo ' . . . [Gary Kerns' much-im.pL'oved Ber- Eismon c, .......... 6 0-1 12/ The Shepherdstown High Car IWilliumspozt Coach Roscoe S 1 [p el TO CU/ g" vv I " : U I1 be hearm’ more from them come next ]k, eley quint in*to a 2..4-18 lead in [Burns, g ............ 9 0-2 18 dinals closed out their regular sea, man played a 2-2 zone with Jim V ' ~" . ] me opening quarter. ~ouoy ~pm~s [ uonman, f .......... 0 ~-1 1 son play Monday night in a most Burger chasing Derr. Burger held ~" ~ c~me through with a pair of bas-IRanalli, g ............ 2 6-1010|thrllli,r~g fashion when Charlieihim scoreless for three quarters / .- ~- i A II lit • " ' " .... I kets for Charles Town in the sec- t /Hunter a sophomore tossed in a I . .- " | , -- .--. n ~ ~ n I m • • ns not official, it is OUR GUESS that you I and stanza but Vernon Roman cut ] Totals ........... 31 1.6-25 78 I Iong field goal in the 'final 20 sec- I. A~ainger was the onensive star i __... ~1~ ~ • • ~ • ~ w • ’,'OWrl~)~ ,,,~A +~,.,;..,.,;,o +~ I.~..;.,-, +',..,,i ..... f χ|,,a ] loose with a four-goal salvo ’,o ] Berkeley Springs FG F Pts, [ ands of play to give the Cardinals I z,or williams por~ with 17 Points hit / ~ ~ .El ~ • • ~• ~..~a, • ti'aCb :'~ ~,~I . . ... ~; ..... ~" [pace Berkeley to a ten-point 38-28 IRoman, f ....... ' .... 6 4-6 16 I a 3"/-35 decision over the Wil- [ ' g . e'g r~ of 14 field goal at- I • • • • • ~ • •~ •11 I ,. aL bnenanaoan uowns around ~prn ]o. / edge a,t half,time. [Kerns f ............6 3-1015 ]liamsport (Md) High cagers on i tempts. [ • EAr • • • ~ • • ~ ~.~ • 011r uess but from the wa the construe- I Coach Dick Harmison's Pan- / O Henry c 6 1-2 131 the She herdst~)wn High vmnas I Williamsport FG F" Pts. [ • ~ • • • ~ • • ~ V ,u g Y .... : ......... P ' g- " Artz 3 2 ~ ~, gerlornl h~ L~n rne)vino- nh~nd ginee the ~,thers, running u,p thezr haghest of- IRlce, g ............. 10 2-3 22 iium The victory gave the C ardtn- [ .............. 8 / • •'~, ~ • 11 .~.llel,-~-=~';’~t ...... ,~'~"; "~'"-':'~ ..... ; ----,; ...... /'fensive total of the season eru,pted [ S. Henry, g .......... 2 1-2 5 [ als 8. 10-10 record for t~he season. [ Rupp ............... 3 2 8 ~ • • "~'~ Iv uanagel beavl , see now zar we o n a Ardm el 8 1 ~ ,w Ifor 28 p i ts.in ..sizzLing thirdlMcOullough, g ...... 0 0-2 OI The Cardinals gained possesionI ' g " 17' :"' " /peno. rally E0 s|lce .erKeley's I tar the ball with only 20 se~conds of I Harbaugh .......... 0 2 2 / ~J"-~-'--~ , 7 ...:- - .: . " .' . ' " . ]rapidly dwindling margin down to"[ Totals ............ 30 11-2571I game time remain,in~r Thev Dassed ]Wright ............ 0 0 0 ~ ~.-~r/~~il and very much so when he heard the an- Os~%-ro~ilnot057ng56o?dgeaIdt [C2:3er:TbYwPneriods: 18 28 56 78lit around until the .final ~econdslBurger ............. 0 0 0I |~i@~!t~'/ ED 20S 25S I~ ~ r ' . ' ' " ' ~ll~ " ~ " ' L -- and ~nen ~un~er nrea irom l~ - - lllttlIt[llltll|:;~; " " lLi[aat.Potoraac State w.fll not sponsor a base--]Larry canned five bas-IBerkeleY Springs 24 38 57---'Ill feet and hit for .the winning [Totals v ........ z4 7 I seas ' Low score ~nepnerustown FG F PI~ on, was Charles Towns Dodee e'*. ] . I • I- " ." • I 'Year for the .Catamounts, Dodee turned in /ram ~ m • ||• | ~• [ WHllamsport held a 19-10 lead l~err .............. 4 1 9[ eell~ • ' • ' ' at halftime and seemed on the Lucas ..............1 0 2 ~ ....................... .......... .:..: ~.!)-[ ~,,. p tched games and qmte naturally he was ] harpers rerrv Jumor nian WINS, ]way.to vlctory with a 29 15 spread ]Hillard ..... 3 2 8 ] :'to, another season of baseball... Ite I..•. • -- -- . • • .. • I after three chapters. [Wa.ldeck .......... .. 4 1 9 [] to us. make the Charles Town Le ion a I Hieh i Then Shepherdsto'wn went to [~iawiie,' . ......... ~ a bI ] , roSpect ~;f.hln(r ~taff and-we're / 1/U/3111 I,,U3~3 IV ldlIUII31RI~I~ lU%III ~ ]an all court press and Williams-]nun~er ............ 2 0 4 I . J]ra Monson ........ fll see that e ven a urn-'" [ ' - I port .last the bat1 o.n seven oc_.cas-I Totals 15 7 37 [ ....................... i!fill !!i!i!!~:::::::~i*::*i:i::i:!:i?!:!:!'~:ii::: [ i!fih!!/i!i!i~i::[!:iilf/i:!.:':.:,:::: :i::.: ...... :: ~ :: :~[i ..... ,S W . g . . ions m t'he front court after going ........... .!~::i :/i:~/:::ii::iiii::~:iiiii::ii[i:i!::::~i:~!i!:~;:~/:ii : : " 10"Td to workout with the local club... The Harpers Ferry H~gh ca, g-[.Li'ttleton, c .......... 1 0-0 2 t,hrough the press. Four times the Jayvee Game [ ~Z rage 2-B Turn To Page .~-B /ers put forth their oes~ onenszve [l~oug.n,.g ........... 5 9-16 19 |Billporters were called on violat-I WiU.iamsport FG F Pts. I ~ - ............. ]foot of the season Fnday night [K~dwzler, g .......... 0 3-3 3 [ ions and three times bad passes [ Ardmger . ......... 3 3 9[ ] ~,~. = -~ _ ~ = ~ -- _ 5- _ - - - I and although t'hey ran up 69 [ -- [ cost them possesion Each time [ Benedict ........... 1 -. 1 3 [ 1 ~ - - - - - - - - _ _ ,J points, their highest ~oint .total [Junior Varsity "[ Shepherdstowncame back to ]Artz ................ 1 3 5 [ [ ~['.~[~I & I~P~I~ n & ~1~1~ ~ [to dute, they still could not keep[ Totals .......... 21 27-45 69[score ' IGrimes ............0 0 O[ I |~i ~ | ~ I'm ~ ~ l[ ~ ~ ~ ~ I L~I[ i ]pace with the Brunswick (Md.) ]Brunswick FG F Pts, [ The West Virginia club h,ad a iMichaels ..........0 0 Q I ] | ~l~__.~l "..~ L ~. | ~ml "_~k P~ i~ ~ "~ • n [High cagers and dropped a 78=69 ~Walker, f ........... 8 7-9 23[35-33 edge with 35 seconds to go[ i ---- 1 ~ - _ - -- - = - [decision on their home floor, the [Haines, f ............ 2 0-2 4 [ when Vic Ardtnger scored for Wil- [ Totals .......... 5 7 17, t =- - - _ - - : = = : - - - I final game of regular season play ~Fleetwood, f ........ 2 3-5 7 [liamsport to ,tie ~lt up. She~hez~Is- [ Shepherdstown FG F Pts. [ | ~l ~]1 ~-~--~'~[~ n~lr~sl ~ 1 l in the second game of a double-/Munday, f ........... 4 1-3 9]town t'hen controlled the ball for[Boyd .............. 0 0 0[ ! .31 gi I d 1 I 1 • I • II [header attraction. [Goodrich, c ........ 6 3-6 15]~he last desperation shot and]Snyder ............1 3 5] I i _= - - ----~" - ------ l In the first game t~he Junior]Barger, c ..........0 1-3 1 Imade it. I Ma,'shall .......... 1 0 2 | ~ r:---~--~~ ~,}~ [High Ferryites rolled to another [Spurrier, g .......... 7 3r3 17 | Jerry Derr, Shepherdstown's[Osborne ............. 2 0 4] i \ II 1 ~victory, their 14th of the season ~Simons, g ........... 1 0-5 2 ],high scorer who had been avera- ]Geary .. ............ 0 2 2 I Nryr-"--"--I[]] II W------ /as against only one defeat, down- [ ' ,, -- |ging 25 points per game, was held I " [ I |~1'~ U][~][ I[ [ ling :the Brunswick Junior High[ Totals ..........30 18-30 78 to nine by a great defensive job. [ Totals ........... 4 5 13 ] ~~ ~[ I B{[~[t[ II I |cagers 45-31. ]Harpers Ferry FG F Pts. I ~ ] i t~ l lllF I~dC~I~i II ~ t In this game the little Tigers/Win'ters' I .......... 4 2-5 10 I I t~~l[ [lllf-~]~-qH I II ~ |did" just' about ~he same as they [..'l*wym~tnr '~I . ........ _u_u'u__u i ,~,..,~ ~ ~ / [ : ...... : :,: ::::: ...... ::.::.:.>>:? ::-, ..... : : , -.i, [ , ~appe u u u 0 IV AI[II /have been doing all season get-l_ .. { ' " ......... _ ^'. _1 F-r l ................. ill i, ~at~ -~x.,~ a ,eet "a ~ ~ ~,,~..~;~. t ~tin~ a wide'lead and sta,,ih~ ini'rraii .............. u u-z Ul ~l~l~A'7~ • u ~~ t - _ _ - IlI [.front. Led Win,Lets Statler/ .*.boy ........... 2- I -- - -- i : I 1 ~he little Tigers moved into a 15-5 ............... ° _/~ , /nrst period lead and by halfUme/C.a.nlford, f .......... o o-o : . IlI / |had more than doubled the score, l _°.nn.spn, z .......... _u u-_0 u I v ............ I ItUf'nll I • ! 'All I • • i ' "od aft r ~cnuttz c ...... 3 l-b 7 ~- Only n the final pen e ' ' .... " a i I l < /ll [r~o-chr'.l--r'..inerl~adsentallof/Auvfl, c ............ , o-o ol --Atl Se sons ] _L Iti ]ll ! hVzs'reser .... he D'Angel0 c 0 0 0 0 " " 'J • yes in dld t Maryland .............. " | ;ll Ill 1 . F r /Stotler g ~ , ~ ,3[ K~ . . . All Good Reason, ~ II I [~*t " ~~i~l|ll |ersoutscoreHarpers cry. ' taril 'r .......... 00"0 0' f'"" -- ..... : ' 'il |~[~T~E:J~ [~~][I[| / Statler, wl'th 13 points was high/..r~hPett '.g ........ , 0[a ~l k "~'~':'~. Here's the "rlght now" servi’o you're I .i :'. "_:- -= "~', -! ~ ........... I I! |il I ~liilllii~] ~ ~{{~} II I / for, Harpers Ferry, . while Winters i Pleasant g .... 3 0-2 6 [ ~ ~/ Iookifig for and expect. Phone first-- • -, i, ~~~ ||~~}lllll lwi~kw,thS. /~ ........... a 0-" nl .::~,./ ~o~ The MINUTE MANager has the I ..... ~ now iuzt ~lI L In the feature attraction Bruns- .............. I ' monev ready when you t ...... 1 L ------ __.-----~~ I~] II I I wick rolled into a wide 25-11 first ] Totals ....... '.... 19 7-28 45 [ = :~E~.~,~'.~\~[ need "itl " ' [ '~' d" ~. ~ ~P . w ~------'--'~~~'~.~[ Ill period lead and although the Fer-[Brdnswlek FG F Pts. I -~{:=~--'~;I'/'~-~-~ ~II '~ ~ lW.Yb '~"--~----~ l ~ I Ill [rlans trimmed this leadsomewhat[tntnyre f .......... 1 0-0 21 :~ ~l~/~| I "'~ " I//"'v ~L.~ -~'-------~ ~ ~ II I I by outscoring the Marylanders 20- | Coo~er 'f .. 2 2-6 6 1 -~ .J~l I ~ ~e , | l ~~ ,~ "~MOnEL LAS-II$ ~ "~ll 17 in the second period, the rallY[L Spuzn']er, f': ....... 1 1-4 3[ 3"U'~. -il,-e~ PI~.|~| I , ~m,, ~i'L I~i'~ :. ' ...... "'"_"-_.__.~_ ..... lwas only a ~hort one. , ITa, ylor, f ..... ::::::: 1 0-1 ~i I~ " ~l "iVV ~i ~ii'~i~i'v~i']ii I '''~ • " '~ ..... ~I~-- ['ECTRIC 11.CUBIC.FOOT REFRIGERATOR I Cor~trol of the boards by Bruns-/Denner, c .......... 4 o-2, 81 'N ...... I!.. t wrinKle,tree arylngt , With Mag.,tic Saf,ty-Door Iwiok proved costly to Harpers/C&ge.e .............. 2 I jOUIIS’||II HI |V|U41 I New automatic 10-minute cool-off eliminates " i~'erry as mey t,0og down onJy lz/u~rey, g ............ u " ~ ~| Ii / .o-u~ I h: I Idefensive rebounds in ~the game/Lucas g ............ 0 0-0 01 [ baked-in wrlnklo~--lo~ {rnnlno' ]~d'ow sa;~. fln~ ~, ~% Frlezer '" I ONLY " land orfly five from the offensive[ Bowers, g ........... 0 3-3 3 1 I I!~I~ ~I| ~-.~,% . [ "" ...................... ~ ........ " .... a l~i. ' 1 .......... i boards. At the same time Bruns-[ I I pattern dries clothes softdr, fluffier. Three auto- "~inet ~helve$ ~£~ wick was picking off a total of 53 Totals 11 9-30 31 ; .... I 239. I TRADE]rebounds [ ............ I l rnatm settmgs-mfimte heat-safe for all fabrics. "" vegetable drawers i rr l ers blt Y ~tt, - .Three Ha~pers Fe y p ay DYEING B THEIR OWN HAND Giant 2 " " v removable door shelves | .~ [ in the double figares, wtth Hoak[ [ CHARRS TOWN FINANCE CO., INC. I O-poundcapac,ty. tandsa e. I~ Ihl.tting Ior 20 points, Manuel IS,| New York-The h~and that sets~ , ] ~..~"~ ]and Hough 19. Walker was high[off a false fire alarm will give the[ ~,~..,o ~ ~..i ./ -~!o,,... ~,,;1,11,,.~ ' ~1 |~[ ~ ll I~m~-I II la_ ' /man for Brunswick with 23, while/offender away. / ............. ' ............... 1Ill • L Ik l II]lI]l I~ I~ 1.1~ |l&l~l~ : ~ /Sp~e&hsa%rl:• , / The ~re Department, aeda.ng/ 0 II~l • qg II IF'lira 1[ :~ ~ Al'r ,IAI%, /HaxpersFerry : FG F Pts.[chemical warfare on offenders,[ . PHONE: CHARLES TOWN 79 I I tbP! Ill m l ~0" [Hoak f . 6 8-9 20[has treated certain alarm boxesl " " CHARLES TOWN W. VA |Iden.'f .::::::::::::. 1 0-1 2|herewithaphosphoreseentcom-i Phone 17 Charles Town. W. Va. ' " |Hetzel, f ............ 1 3-4 5|pound that glows brightly under/ ., IManuel, c ........... 7 4-12 181so-called black light.