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pORT AMh v|gWc won't be the same without Ted Williams," Autry told Musselman FG F Pts. Cline had 11 points to lead the I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rnm Em . ~ .VI|~J- " J. IV 111b J , Bos.t~nr scl~ibes last week... , Lewis, f ............. 2 0~0 4 Musselman scoring. ]2--B THURSDAY, MARCH 2, FROM PAGIg I FROM PAGE 1 4 ,~ ~ 4 F. Miller, f .......... 1 3-7 5 In the St. Joseph's battle it" was [ 2- - You Couldn't Mean It, Gentlemen , Brannon. c .......... 0 1-2 1 close until the final quarter when [ . M Bremen - l~ GLEN ORA, VIRGINIA: Forecasts of Things That THAT YOU REALLY think there s a future in night Gess, g .... . ......... 0 1-2 1 Charles, T-own o~tscored St. Jos-I locals" " .............. ~1mll 11 ~ It. ""~owers .............. " ............ Dehnger, g ........ 139-1235 eph s 15-0. I ......... t Totals Come to Pass: Any day now we expect to receive a press racing after all we have read and heard from the Mary- Gent ................ 1 1-2 3 Noland was high man for Char- [ ~naries town v~ r rts. [ ............... ~. release from Glen era, Va., stating that Laurence W. land side of the picture: Dateline Annapolis, Md., Feb. 27: Unger .............. 0 0.0 0 les Town with 14 points, while J. INland, f .............. 5 4 14 1 ~ | Lloyd, who is acting manager,of the Western Union Press ---"A majority of the Maryland Racing Commission favored Ash ................. O 0.0 0 Belcher scored nine points for[Creamer, f ............ 0 1 1] |~ N~.~'.~* J ~ Center at President Kennedy s week-end retreat, stating today the introduction of night racing for thoroughbreds. -- St. Joseph's. [Peer, c 2 0 4[ L~-..j_~_.~_[ ~ | that Laurence has been asked to give up the telegrapher's A bill is expected to be introduced in the Legislature Totals .......... 17 15-25 49 The bo~scoi'es" I. " ............... ^ ~ ~ I |~_a~mLj, jJ r~.~.m key for a whistle, and referee a touch football game for soon to authorize the Baltimore Raceway, now a harness Page Jackson FG F ~ .._ . .~. ~ .... [~mrcus, g .............. u u v [ |*'l~m.~,~--~ ~ | the Kennedy family, track, to be the ,first in Maryland to race thoroughbreds Grantham, f ........ 7 0-3 14 ~narms TOw. ~ ~ r~. [reran, t ................ u o o[ I "~"~'--" If..'l~| Dozier, f ............ 0 0-I 0 Noland, f .............. 2 2 6[Whitmore, c .......... 4 1 9| | ~ t[']hd# }~$U~'~, l "k 4 under the lights.' (Editor's Note:---Take a leaf out of Stevenson, c ........ 7 5-1119 Creamer, f ............ 0 0 0[Ebersole, g ............ 3 1 7[ | ~'~-- ..~-"~ Tournament For WVU Cagers Bob Leavitt's ,_book and get yourselves some good night Wwyman, g .......... 2 2-7 6 Peer, e. ............... 3 1 7 [ --i | Ag1lrl~i~ ~-'~ ~ ] -NO MATTER HOW YOU FIGURE, it out, the 1961 dates and you ve got it made boys.) , ....... Jones, g ............ 4 0-0 8 y!dwen, c .............. 0 0 0 1 Totals .............. 14 7 35 1 I I .. "K ~ ~ "A" Clinton .............. 0 1-2 I ~I~cCu+, g .............. 2 0 4[St. Joseph " FG F Pts./ i ed]tmn of the Southern Conference basketball tournament INCIDENTALLY, we re still patiently waiting for some ~ +, Ebersole, g ............ 4 0 8 [Havward 1 1 5 [ | --'--- -"~1 ?~ I| l:t dwf l :h aR]Chhndo bAe ien rJtsa l ogr to2aY (::t rs" announcement regarding dates for our two local tracks Totals ........... 208-24 48 Whitmor~, g ........... 2 0 4|j. Piccolemi~ ........... ~ o 9l ~ ll, d ---.'/' ....... f ...... ". *" , " here, Shenandoah Downs and Charles Town Race Course Score by periods: " _.. .... : [J: Betc her :..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." 4 1 9 J ] m pas mX seasons, me vmunmmeers nave ..... ........ .... + in Musselman 13 10 14 12--49 totals ............ 29 m .... -" ..... ~ made this event their own personal showing ground, but ...... .... ~ ...................................... ~ Page Jackson 13 9 13 ~3--48 luusseiman FG F Pts. [ judging from the quality of the opposition to be present soon, pmase. .a_ _a_ ~ , .... Bender, f ............. 2 1 5 I ~ .............. this year, the going for Coach George I ng's dandies ........ w ~,. ~ .. ~ ....... Jedgesville FG F Pts, Grove ............. 0 0 0 | ~ ............ .~. .......... ~iii~:i:: ...... :.::~ ~ 2: ii~i:: :: :: i:::: :.' .f:::~ ,2 could ~et very rou ,h . r~o l~,~m~, now a ~wmneapous ~wln, nuriea ~a Stearns, f ........... 2 0.0 4 Bennett, f ....... ".." ..... 0 3 3 [ ~i!~i~iii~i!~i!~i~i~i~!:.~i~!!~>`~!iii~i!~i~i~iii~ii~ii:~iiii~" ::~::::::::i:Li::ii::iiiiii::i::i::ii:::::ii~i::::!ii!:;!i~:i~i::ii!!ili~::ilii::i ~.; 4 " 4, 4r 4 L. innings last season for Washington and the fired Miller, f .......... 4 0-0- 8 Cline, f . 3 5 11 I " ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: =============================================================================================================================================================================================================== ,rye, g 6 2-314 Pal er ........... ." - ....................... ~.~ .............. ~ .............. o .................... ~a. .............. m , g .............. 2 0 4 ~:~:: ,* ,:~:~:~;~:~:: ......... ..::: ::: ::::::::,:.::: ..~:::,..,.,.~:. ~;~:~::~ ........ :~:.: ~: where our old friend Jim 'Zacko' Morison and his family heshouldobe weary O nog into spring training--and, Iason, g ...........0 0-1 0 Du on 0 1 1 1 , ~ , ~ .... . .... * . . - :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ================================ 4 among numerous other fans from this section will be .............. ...... _,_ sp,er.ow.. ............ 3 02 6 Gageby, g .............. 2 1 5] taineer sleeking' on,,,secondthe Arenahome flOOrcourt,,haSbeebeenaues dubbedtlm, GoldtheandMUn'Blue Amur ........ .... umversl y " "" .... vlrglnla . .... ammm Brmd lor gn ' le ...... '" .......... ........ " ' NO' TICE TO CREDITORS. [n = ....... J -- "---- cagers have racked up 20 victories in a row on it ending the Northern Virginia Chapter dinner last week Totals ............ 24 5-$ 53 To the Creditors and Benefic-[ Let's all hope they continue to roll in the same fashion the Winchester Golf Club were 'Wahoos' James Mason, rpers Ferry FG F Pts. iaries of the Estate of Walter E. n | this year. , , McDonald, W. P. C. Perry Tommy Steptoe. Dr. ",tleton f ........ 5 3-6 13 ,Meyers,'deceased. f 4 4, 4 Edgar S._nnon, president of U. of Va., was the principal ~etzel f'. .... ~. ~ .. 10 3-11 23 All persons having claims a-1 ~~~ No TV of Tourney Here "" peaker. "hultz, c 4 0-3 8 gainst the estate of Walter E. ~i~'5.~: .:~i~i~::'~ :~ TO THOSE OF YOU who have inquired about the Har2 ' - [den ~ .. ~:: ......... 5 0-1 10, Myers, deceased, whether due ~~':~j/ ~ risonburg, Vs., television station WSVA televising the I M, dman |ack an 49.48: s W'ilt, g ......... 0 2.314|or not are notified to exhibit the i ~~~:* Z " //" G'alloway ) ): ).'.'"::::: 0 04} 0 [ lame with vouchers thereof, le- [ ~n.. m " : Southern Conference tourney baSketball games, the answer [ " " ............. ="]} .............. " Jackson 1 0-0 2 1 gaily verified to the undersigned, I ~ ~***[[ is, we regret--not any. This information came to this [ l' A.m e T~-i-ht ............. 0 0-0 0 l at my office in the Citizens Office vt-~b ..... .... *., ] * * department this morning from our kind friend Hamilton [lla| 13 I 1$3 /l Ullt, 3 II ;u ;3.111 ; ..................... 0 04) 0 , Braiding,. Charles Town, West I Shea, president of the Haxrisonburg station who explained [ ~A m-~ m e, m ~ m ~ mr m ~etrucci 0 0-0 0 1V~rginia, on or before the 26th [ ~]~,~adV ~ . to us that the TV station in Richmond, Va., where the [ B. wilt 0 o]day of Aug., 1961; otherwise they[ ., ames will on mate haS refus d --- ~ .............. Willis 0 04) 0 [ may, by law be excluded from all [ !" ~,~" ~ t,~a. ~ t,to&&~.~;;oo g ,, " "g" e the broadcast rights | ............... [benefit of said estate. All bene-[ | ]~ ~, ~ == [ mis and the Virginia areas... Too bad, 4 ~ ~Ir ~ [ Ronnie Dellinger, small but Dellinger poured in 13 of 28 Totals . . 31 8-2470 [~iciaries of said estate are noti-[ ~ | ,~ ~ ~-~ ~m JL [ TOM NUGENT head'football"coach at the Universit [courageous senior guard of the shots from the floor, including Score bv'n~rind~'" |$ied to be pl'eStnt on saiddate ton Hedgesvflle 20 12 1t"10--53[p ..... ' : .[ [~ 11 ~ ~L [ I ........ ,~ .......... ~.- |Musselman High cagers, went on the game winning shot made with " rotect their mtere~ Ha,- ers Ferry 14 15 4---70 unaer my nand th s 23ra -- -- =- banquetI Marylanflat ShepherdWlU De gueS CollegeSpeaKeron ThursdayIr me night,annum Mayamm ic18. |lead|a scoringhis teamSpreetoThUrsdaY'an excitingnightandt onlYing. 20 seconds of. play remain-Officials"~" Rouzee'* and HILL" .. [ ~lay of Februm~L 1961.. BRISCOE I $ He is reported as being a very fine after dinner speaker |close 4948 victory over a fighting Only about midway of the third ^, .. , Commissioner of Accounts l Heat specialists--that's us. We are equipped as well as a number one football coach... |bunch of Page Jackson High period when Page Jackson's Gee- ~r|~ |0~ Jr. ~]g~ ]Feb 23 3t County of Jefferson] and trained to provide the best ..... 4 ~t" ~ 4 |Spartans from Charles Town and rge Twyman injured his leg and possible ai T "" into the finals of the Class A See set out about five minutes, did I ..... . H I o The Champs " 1 me to our customers and to our commumty. ~...r~..~.,~ ..................... ]tlon 16 scholastm tournament the Musselman boys pul away .0se$ TO Musselmaa i NOTICE TO CREDITORS. I ' ! woun y nls week na~s ]played ori Shepherd College gym- from Coach Jim Taylor's Spar- _ [ - t .... - .. i Keeping your home comfortably warm is are off to the sizzling basketball Tigers of Harpers Ferry [nasium. This happened in the tans. But Page Jackson soon boun ~ ~__~_ ~.~. m~.,__L~., ! TO ne uremmrs an~ ~enenc-! ..... , , , High School after their convincing victory over Mussel- |first half of a doubleheader-at- ded. back to knot the count al 3[. $0$ pH $ [iaries of the Estate of Francis[ a personm matter with us. That s way were for the Class A title last Friday night And |traction. And in the second half 35-35. . Williams, deceased lad we "' " The Charld- T- -- "unior Hi-h [ ..... " . . [ g can offer you Atlantic s famous triple, own g persons having claims a-L . . . we'd like to congratulate coaches Rice and A ik'ins for [of the c ge show wh!ch attracted Score Tied " basketballers split a pair of games[gainst the estate of Francis Wil-[ refined heating oil, the cleanest-burmng fuel a eapacwy crown, me harpers their excellent While handling the athletic reins |- --:?..... t f At the end of the first period . ~erry rLign "Hgers vroKe ou othe score was all trod" up at 13 which they played Feb: 15 and [liams, deceased, whether due[ you can buy at the Ferry school, Ronme Rwe has brought the Tigers ltheir listlessness and tenseness ........... " 16 losing first to the Musselma~[or ~ot are n0tifiedto exhibit the[ " uite a lar e amount of lo in an. Anu ~ust mree seconos oe~ore q , . g g ry football, basketball and [which they had demonstrated for the half ended Mack Gent nut Jr. High club by a 33-29 score|same wifh'vouchers thereof, le-[ To arrange for service that you can count Dasevau and again, we say'. Hail to the Chamns--The._ |two ~.~eriods and went on.to sound ~vmsse~man "" "" m ..... ~ron~ 9Y a z~-~ and then on Feb. 16 scoring a 35- [ gaily verified to the undersigned, | ....... : Harpers Ferry Tigers... ]ly trounce the Hedgeswlle High score with a fo,H hot 20 victory over the St. Joseph's [at my office in the Citizens Office[ on--no mawer when you need it--just writ~ ...... to .... 4 ~ ~ 4 [cagers 70-53 and earn the r~ght q'bon i~ ~ ....... n ,,~,~,n c~ers. [ Building, Charles Town, West [ or call us today ' LEFTYWALTER BARR, former Berryville and Clarke [ meet Musselman in the finals, main~y'on'th~e'stren~,'~of ~]~c'l'l~n: In the Musselman game the|Virginia, on or before the 26th[ Eharles Town cagers outgoaled [ day of Aug., 1961; otherwise they [ The Musselman Page Jackson er s shoo m County star athlete, now enrolled at Shel herd College, [ - . .. g. ' t g, Musselman went 'heir opponents 13-11 but lost on [ may, by law be excluded from all [ expected to do quite a bit of pitching for the Charles [battle was a nerve-racKing one au anead by a 35-27 score, foul shots, making only three out | benefit of said estate. All bene- [ ~^~P~ ~ J e~ J mTu Town Legion this summer. Some years ago, Barr turned [the way, with Page Jackson's Dav The third period wasmuch the qf eight while Musselman sank ]~iciaries o~ said estate are noti-[ ~le~| I)1. ~Ml|n ..... . samenlp-ana ~UEK Datue as ~ne m a no-h t, no-run conteest while working a Saturday con- |id Grantham and R~chard Steven- . ............. ll of their freetl~r0ws. :~ ~ | fled to be present: on said date to [ ...... ebo odin enure nrs~ naz~ na~ ~een, wzm teat here against the Frederick Hustlers . [son matching their r u g ~ ..... " ..... i Dickie Ebersol~ 'Came off lhe [broteet their Interests. ' ] -- -- " " [ ........ h-'- o-tsffe ~man again ou~scormg me bench in the last quarter to spark [t ~Giyen -u~le~:ifiyhand this 23rd ~ ..... DISTRIBUTOR " ~ 4 power agalns~ tnv~ ~pu ,~ "~" "~ .... ej Siberians by (me omt. COWBOY MOVIE STAR Gene Autr , who'll be in Bal-[dr bbhng and S hgotmg of Muss - Then ifi ;n(al neriod the Charles Town drive which cut |day of Feb l; " timore, Md., with his Los Angeles Ange s to open the Oriole" emadn'sit s l'gmeger na35- n " lead changed hands .12 times, the Musselman lead from to [ ' ; C. BRISCOE | Charles Town, W. Va. season April 11, is already predicting his entry will beat [scoring effort whlch made the dif w lm i~eumger accounung, t~. au @ithin:High threescorerpOintSfor Charlesat one time."Town [ | i L Commissionercounty off JeffersonACCUnts || out one established club--the Boston Red Sex. ' he Sex ference. _--. le so USS a rP SmW pt t v was Ebersele w th eight, while Feb. 2 3t- | . Spartans rolling. ~ ...... ~ : Stevenson shot the Spartans in when_ you pay by You can "make your own money" on the spot with your pen. e sums Don't risk the theft or loss of large sums of money when Shopping. Just take your check book along and pay.by-check as you go. You'll also find it a great convenience to pay all your bills by check. Saves time and Steps. Gives you bonafide 'eeeipts. When you pay by check, your stubs give you a per- manent record of all transactions. Simplifies: your budgeting. LOok into this. ' -- OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY AT THE FRIENDLY -- For Friendly Help with All Your Banking Needs, yes can depend on MEMBER FDIC--MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM' PIIONE l0 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. to a 4847 lead with 35 seconds left by Dellinger dribbled clear, took a 15 foot jumper an~ hit to put the Applemen ahead by a 49- 48. With 15 seconds left and Mus- selman in control of the ball, Fe. Ilk Miller was fouled but missed his free throw. Grabbing the ball P~ge Jackson stormed down the court for one last ditch shot but Stevenson's 25 foot toss missed a~d husky Dave Brannon out- scrapped two Spartans for the vi- t~il rebound to end Page Jackson's victory dreams. Throws Scare Hedgesville, which had ', lost three times during the regular season to Harpers Ferry threw a real scare into the Tigers' follow- ers in the first half of the night- cap as the Eagles battled their way to a 32-31 lead. But the classy Ferrians, led by bonnie Hetzel's 23 points and 17 rebounds put together tWo scor- ing streaks in the second half to win going away. In addition to I-Ietzel, three other Harpers Ferry ]?layers scored in double figures including Steve Wilt 14, JOhn~ LR tleton 13 and Gary Iden 10. With Ronnie Frye ~pumping in three of his four shots and Bob S~tsrOW hitting two straight btm- , Hedgesville ran UP a 13-9 l~ad in the opening minutes. Hit- ting at'a 14for 33 pace it~ the first hal]~ the Eagles con~inued~.to lead at halftime or~ the .Strength O~ Frank Albvight~s :three ~in~ idaY with left. I 137- 143 North Queen Street PHONE AM 3-9948 O O Martinsburg, W. 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