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[ [ [ [ ill i fiercest most competitive golferSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S " this observer has ever" placed a THTTuSn v WW~DTTA~V ')~ ,a~,n TWO YF.AR,friendly wager with. ~ .-- ~' .-,~ ~ ,v, .j The Dow Finsterwald Best -,----- A o--J Comeback of the Groun Award goes to Andrew'- The Fanatic ,ial Golfer Award must -4] Ill. ~ -T i~. T ~.~. c~n Pustay When Andy is about to]lie Clendening This eL r~n~mc&T~ L 1,~ I~, OF D o. IT. ing ill and after several self pre- swing, birds in the trees stop[occasion to watch t ~'~" *** *~"~ =" ~ ~ " ( " - ) chirping, airplanes over head are [ only 9 holes during -- scrzbed or self mfhcted reme- . I~'hiI'M -- ~ PER ANNUl~ dies failed to produce their de- seen to susnend themselves in tournamem ,nut the a~w~,aw ~ sired effect, Junior Still made it space and all liwntz ~nin~s hold]Detr it know what the IV to the tee bright and early the their breath. Andyeven went so]ing about. Charlie doe~ nextday. Th~s observer had occas- far as to admonish his playing ] wear a white hat but, ML~; ~l;00 Action in the regular season marking the official closing of ion [o see Junior. the night be- partner for chewing his gum too [ Dealer is the nicest guy Avummtm, ,V,a play of the Charles Town Midget the season will be held with Mrs. fore, and to my m ma getting out loudly while Andy was standing I A special thanks to t;n: League was completed Saturday, Stanley Small, League President, of bea was an acmevement, but over a putt some 80 feet away. I putting this whole thing Feb. 21, and the post-season tour presiding, It will be at this cere- praying gou was a major accomp: Andy then literally commanded I We have enough sto] ~[~ ~ nament action will begin tonight mony that the league trophies nsnment wormy of tins covetea his partner to cease the chewing J until next year when o~ (Thursday) with a doubleheader will be presented to the Royals awara, that he likened to one of our I this fearless band of go! 1] ~ on the Charles Town Junior High for winning the league champion The Gary Player Golfer With favorite barnyard animals. I be heading South wit r A/~VlE hard,woods, ship for the season, and trophies the Best Concentration Award The Lee Trevino Most Congen-Isticks. CERTIFICATE ] L I I OF DLP0$ITS The first game will be at 7 p.m. will be presented to the All-Star ~* ~ with the second-place Packers players and cheerleaders. ~ l: "~ " PER ANNUM tangling with the 4th-place Lake- In the regular season final r t~l ~ ~ g rs and then at 8 p. m. it will be games Saturday, Feb. 21, the Roy- V the Royals, the league champions, als defeated the Celtics 35-21, with | meeting the third-place Celtics. J. Richard and P .Carr, each seor- ~ t~ ~A,~ Saturday afternoon the two ing nine points and B. Waiters ~ ~r~;~ ,~f~~-. --~---~~ minimum auu ~osers in the Thursday night and J. Dotson scored eight points. ~ ~ - ~~=-: games will meet in a consolation In the second game the Pack-I,- gameat3p, m. with the two win ere defeated the Lakers 37-33,[ ~ [i/[/,[ ~ ~ ]~ ~ # ~,4 nets in the Thursday night games with G. Hill leading the PackerI ~ ]llf[ ~,-~ ~ ~,I~J i ~/AU~ meeting in the championship scoring with 14 points and J. ~ I]//~ ~/~'x~ ]l/ll[I]~l Dtttt i /-11 ,ame at 4 p.m. Berry high scorer for the takers [ JB -- e Prior to the games, a ceremony with 12. I PE, Sleepy, w 'Bghl' Return From I ' ph 0f Myrtle B compounded and prod quarterb] Trmm ant Tour each, S.C. I (By Our Roving Reporter) After a triumphant tour of He was given the evil eye by his ' ~," :'-:'--:':::-::::':.: % /. " Any Way You - ave Beach, South Carolina's i demanding playing partner dur- ! ' nm m~ m, ~ ,m~ ==1,1,- "-m.',mmm-~' finest golf courses, the Sleepyi lag one of the grudge matches [ ~:;: .~-:. :~" :.r: ::" ~.-, ~ ~ ~. Hollow Eight have returned re- [ after blowing a difficult 22 footer. L,"' ~~ ~F : Imi ~ ~ ~~~ ~i~, ~ splendent with awards earned on,The Arnold Palmer Best Golfer I ! our ntlonev r.arns mor, i, [sheiar sSuO n s2 ogn rH:: .eWi:h tin the group awed was a unani-t ~3 l mous selecuon, macg ora [ ] -~ ments - "" m : [ for his superb finishing 9 holes[J ~ ~, A~ ~"mmmA~m~lllm OAAB~[A~m~ The Gene Littler Most Consist- ] at the Tricky Possum Trot Course I ] J~~i~ ~ ~.~ m~-;---m,mm~ dL ru ueuuuuv reuuncs e~ Gokfer Award goes to ~taylearns this award. Marty fhmlly I I ~ .n ~1[~| |~ --- I,i, ------v I.-I ,---,-- " " ot s Ion dF r Shade.s Doyle. Ray sh a p " [ loosened up after several trying [,mm [] ~=v [] - V ~ did 80 in weather reminiscent of [ days and fired a brilliant 36. [ m m m ~. m " All New Rates Effective February 1, 1970 the Monsoon Season only to soar [ The Tommy Bolt Least Temper [ ;. -- - ~ - - :-" ta:b l -!d ::l a rf7 0t :?e t ueaY I l l a i' a ffer A ear/g e l n/e I :: . approach shot, Pete was observed . : " All Acconnts~ Insured To $20,000,Bv F D.TC mar~ Reached at his Cozy alcove i loftin~ his nKchin~ wed2e some ] Don't miss your chance to get a newthat keep out win~ auo wet and add years at the 19th hole, Shades only [ ~zn ,~ a, ~n the air it coming, to I,1970 Ridge home for the old 1969 to the life of the ob. . . explanation for his volatile golfI feet from his ~,olf~ba- I pricel If you'd like to build that new home they're worth hundreds of dollar~ - - m - [~[ ~ was that the sun got in his eyes. [ Too bad he can't be that accurat~ ] of yours this year for sure, don't let January but they won't add one penny to the 1969 I J/21~~F'dl~ml~ILP~~| m The Doug Sanders Best Golfer twith the rest of his short -ame [ I 3.~st s!ip by That's ~e ,asit' day :ei~7~e" price you pay if, your $100 refundable .~i~ ~F~ff~ff~. ~lr~4[~'.~ II ~ * ~ ~ *,~ ~:~. al w,~.r~r I ~ " [ I able to take your depos ~ on " deposit is in oerore danuary ~7st. z~w~ ~o ~u .-.~ .~-. ~. e me t the old 1969r ce ' sa The Ben Hogan Most Competz- equ,pped R~dg he a P " Do ' i " "- -- :" I~l m this observer cant y any] [ t equipped Ridge home a, . tmssth,s hancetogetthehome [| i~'l~l~F [ m thine nice about Bie A2's golf, we[ uve ~oner Aware was anomer [ ] Give us $100 and we'll put your "[969 you want for your fami|y ,for a price ~~M~[ ~ ~.~,~, o~ ~,~u amOunt ~bn.t his i unanimous semcdon. ThiS awara [ [ price guarantee in writing, then you can you'll never be able to touch again. ', excellent sel~ectzon of .wearing ap- must go to the freest 13 handmap ~ : ~.~ ~.:.:.:~ o,::.- ~:.::::~v~.z ' e ambulated if you ~,haOgO your m,r~J for any re --'-' ',', :-:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:,:.:,: :,:.: :.:.-.: : -~ ' ~-':!~- PuarelstaTch::et:recmiutingat~ong B~f; fl~lf~'rsmMea~r~s ta~ ~t Andrews ~etb~ack every cent of.your deposit, I~We have mortgage mo,n, ey! !~ i~ ,/ ' " " " stl the ii~i Don't let the 'tight money' sit- ~i~ .~ nl common olf That s right to Ohver Ka e - - --- ~-- ---~ :~[ ~ Als uncommo y g . ~-w~ f ] You save money two ways ! Yougetthe ~i uaton hod you back Sure, ~!! i " et all the new ~," ~:' ;~ -- - a m [ / [ old ]~b~ price, an, a you g i~'~. you ve heard a lot aoout the [~i! , [] - '~"~------" --'-- I~) ,~. ao o,~,~ieees and Doleman 13 and Lindsey, who had/ I features we're adding as smnaara equip-. ~ii:. shortaae of mort.qa qe money ~.~ ' o~ . hadclosedthegapto84.82, lbeenaveragingza pom[sper, i u ; ~,= ~ - ~i nut y0u naven,~ neara ,~ ~rom ~ ; x~;r ! 2P~: nr n! ~iYi ~:tr :ic .-.- a foul shot. But Steve Catlett put with the Panthers reg=stenng 26 The- defeat" was only the second-[ l [game' was held to 12 po]'nts by extra penny for any of them. ~.~"i~.~ a Ridge dealer, and you won't[ ='~" Pmthers [Hedgesville in front 3.1 with alPoints to 21 for HedgesviUe to-t. ~ Mark Catlett Lindsev did pull " hen cabinets and ~'.:~ We have the money y.ou need . pair of foul shots, Charles Town's [take a 64-55 lead going into the /m zu games Ior me s, wno m ,-~h~unas f~ the Pan [ [ ~space we're adding to give you ~ to build a new triage name/ FROM PAGE, [ Kim Reid, who had a great night [ final quarter. ~' I ~9~t~ r~"an rest Up for the ~ectional I t~he~'~- ~wever ", I more sto;age space and work area % and ~~ With "Mr. Inside", Mark Cat [ a~t ~tl~ Eagles in. Cha.rlas i r ~he Panthm.s maintained a le~d I Cl~:A U ame.nt.:next wee . on I .', " I I ~ so[fi:t. light to brighten the kitchen . . ,~. ~:, . . ~=~, o,~ ,~r. ~q,~,~o, ~ ,~,- ~,~-=~-:~ --=J~^- ,- -~- ~ ~|~, '~':~: =-;:~.z= . '- J the t~nennera t;Ollege.gyn~asmm~ $.#~tltttt~ WIIU 11~1,~ u~vu avvla~;- I I -~;'.~l.~411~'dVctless range nooaF~, ~ ~ /- ~ ~ " " ' " " thers mg 32:2 paints per game for the cleans Out ttchen mr and make~ ~t frI let t, gwmg .ag,es. a power-I' o eow t .= [throughout the first e,ght min-I . 9.d the v,c,0. ,or Pan lb, ea ,- to his avera-e I .a.i!a dthe'h|cker iling lUl punca ~o n on the noaras anal Tuesaay nigh,nit tot a ZOUl sno I nf tho. final neriod. And even I tet nem with a 18.1 mark wl[n,~-'~-~. - .-" ff o l [ and wall ins~lar~on that saves heatin~ dol- j.~taJ~a~ ~.J.~J~w~.~ ~ =" "-" " la ed with wlTn ;:Ks ana l~ reoounus ~ eve,~ mr-,~ e,~,= oo ~' offensxvely, Hedgesviile ilust [to make ~t 3-2. Danny Doleman, [. ~ +~. #he[a game still to be p y : . [ ~ ~tte~seif-sealing .r~of shingles i,=,~,o ~ " wnnld nat concede a victor tol~uhn h enpd in nf hie hatt rlma Fwl m = HPh School in Char-luauet[ naa m points 1or tne " " h= r~o,ho = evo, when the, fell [---,~ .~, ~. [ final two minutes they still hel [ ~o0 ,Vo~ [ Eagles and eight rebounds and [ ,~ behind as much as 14 points n d- [ put Charles Town in front with a,n [ Carr, who led the game's scot- ] uonatason naa la. [ u or lvl OUlUUr-l | way of the fourth period. They [ short floor shot and from then,a beP -. ore, [ ing with 33 points, also had 20 of i The Panthers hit 15 of 27 shots : | just kept coming r back stealing l until the end of the first period [ = e Panther 50 rebounds while Im the first half and 20 of 31 m [ WINCHI T SK, VA . ~ i~,: ! R;ld ~LI' ;int~.'D~nnylth~ l~]~::flfl~,~:~el~:~l~fl~ef ~W~.~[:~n~e~to~!eng ~ F~W~es?ERIU~pS~ :D 51~~,! Between ter 6 mile t Then came a jump ball and be" ]kept the Panthers in front by a [ ~ ~ ~ ~[ ~ - T: ,~,~[ OPEN: MOll. thru Frt.-Noon to 8 P.~ | fore the Eagles could get off a,20-18 margin in the first period,~ [[ JJ~J ~ [[~J.~t~ [ ~[ t~, ~[/~ ~~ If |~~u~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cogle and Mon. thru Fri. - Noon to 8:30 Sat. & Sun. - 1:00 to 5:00 1~ m.~ [ shot, the buzzer sounded ending [ with the Catlett brothers and Den [ ~ [ son, Gary Wayne spent the week Sat. & Sun. - 1:00 to 5:00 p. rm Office - 301473-8100, 703.662| the game, [ nis Fiery handling the scoring |"~ . ] end with the latter s parents, Mr. Office - 703.6~2,4187 Dick Reiter . 304.725-7914 | The Panthers appeared to have [chores in this period for the[ FROM PAGE 1-B land Mrs. M urri!lHahn an d dau- Dennis L. Molden - 703-66~5551 their second victory of the season [ ~agtes. [. -- ~ . ] gmer, uarolyn at ~rewnsvme, ~lU. i,: " ~ | over Hedgesville wrapped up with [ Although Charles Town manag-,candidate for cono,in WesL Vir ,inia's I " ' | in i l ' "" o a 10 point lead and only two m -[ ed to stay n front of the Eag es [ the I I utes of play remaining. But two [throughout the second ,period I Ill~ {11~1~1~, SS, y$ l'le S, gOl,l~,g I;O riO ~om, e~'il]~ aJ~oul; ~J1e [,: | quick baskets by Steve Catlett, [they could not break the game[ State's in population if he electS, Aria o I ~ ~ ' ": ~ . ~ ~ ,A~ +r L ~ "= ! one by Mark CatIett and three[open. Once again in this period[ the ball rolling, Sam hints that he nnght come m [ | foulshots, one byRonHorst, and[it was Carr, Lindsey and Reid[ hJ/nse~ ~'~~~ ~lu~A~ ~ ~~" U~ ~,~,~| two bY Mark Catlett, closed the lwho chalked up the 18 points for [" . I . m ~ ~ mr qm .~,~m.mm m,mm,~mm v ~ ~' *~"~ I gap on the Panthers to USt two Ithe Panthers, while Ron Horst I BILL BRILL says he was in a nesrby glx ry store ] m m' A m,i I mg m me oau game at e a m n- [ "rne scoring mpo p exea up . :" :, :: / .te f* o pl. with bath tea in thi o ] =RR FRWX0 rS [ But then ever annou a car lilm : | ,"* *'* [ the business of photographi 'ng race horses several years [ . [ . ---- ---- .--.---- I t' ago, is accepting congratulations, according to a recent i *- :' ' [ k Night IIIBITN I [zssue of the Mormag Telegraph, for the 157 he shotJ : [ mm m minim m mm last Sunda's H" eah Golf Tournament at the lpi h ' ,81 [[ Dora co m r y wit a handi of I 5, Leo a [ L.-- =L . . f: -. ,i [ ' " rm 'he ' d m II aeto 7 andwonatrophy. Iplayodove: yhead, I aulmm'mUg l [ I (; :T]'IF b ! ]said modestly The FruLkoffs live on South Samuel| If it were an ordinary sportster, we'd have inLro- Pick the one that best your arlwng. " | [ r,i J Street and next time you attend the h.ere the. chap [ duced it at the ordinary t me. pink on an open road.` . ~4~,~ i I LESS A lie i,Iyott see snapping a picture of the horse m the winner's Instead, we took the time to build a whole newAnd make one with plenty of twisting ! [ |1 circle, will be jerry. He al o works at several of the [ Camaro. . Because Camaro has a remarkable new suspen | i',[ :Maryland la-ac . .-. J We started with a sleek new shape and a low: road- And standard front disc brakes for a leech-liRe| IV - I I - : I hugging stance. . on the' road. ' | ,[ JACK SPINKS writes us a nice letter from his home [ And added more hood. A faster fastback ider New Camaro. The Super Hugger. |