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i 4% Interest On Savings Accounts While they didn't have t~m much success in picking up victories in regular season pray, snowing only an 11-3 record, they came on strong in the post-season tournament playoffs and come near winning the playoffs, losing to the Celtics, the league champions by a narrow margin in the final playoff game. Members of the Packer team, coached by Jimmy Wiltshire, and the cheerleaders, who provided a lot of moral support for the Packers during the season are as shown above: First row (left to right)~-.Riehie Sowers, Rabble Payne, Warren Taylor, Alonzo Puller, James Berry, Jimmy Peters and Larry Benton. Back row (left to fight)---Mary Barker, Betsy Barker, Roxanne Shirley, Rhonda Darlington, $ody Santer, Jody Nerhood and Coach Jimmy Wiltshire. Child T !1--- j ated. ,I~ IUW I A total of 38 boys are working FaOM AGE I:B [ou Pa.ther squad, and ors on last year s team. And you Coach Lutman said we are work don~t lose boys ,!ike this and nat ing hard every day so that we be hurt by it, Coach Lutman can be ready for the opening ALL LET PEOPLES FI L L YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION For a -,vise "switch," install modern wiring Bring your home up-to-dal~ electrically by installing modern wiring, which can carry the full power load for all your applianoes in complete safety. Ei.E:TIIIC L N For All Commercial And Home Wiring 00@ And Tall Your Needs To 'Ed' MAGAHA --- At The -- A LARGE SELECTION OF --- Westinghouse Ranges, Washers, Rdrigerators Radios, Black & White & Color F.Jectricai Appliances North rge Street --- Cb axles Town, W. Va. meet On Wednesday April 3 on the Charles Town High track. Oom,ing in to pro,~ide the oppo- sition for the Panther trackznen in this tri-angttlar meat will be Shepherdstown and Harpers Ferry. The meat is set to get underway at 3:30 p. m. "Many of our boys are showing up re~l well in these pre-season dri~s," Lt.~an said. He thinks the Pan, hers g ve the apposi- tion a real rough whirl this sea- so~l. The hardest hit by the loss of so many fine boys last season are the fine Pamher relay teams which scored a lot of points for Charles Town. For instance the grea~ mlIea~relay q~avtet which won the Regional crown for the Panthers rigl~t ~t the wire last May, is mLgsing three of the four boys who made up the team. Only Kickey Walker, a speedster, is back to carry the load in this everR. / One real brigl~t aspect of the Panther track pietm'e, however, is the Pact that some of the team's top scorers of last year are among the ten return~n,g veterans For ins%anee MAekey Walker, who was the top scorer among al.1 participants in the Regional track meat is back to lead the Pan- Cher sprinters. Then there is also Ran and ~tt Whitarmre who won ho~o~ in the distance runs and the hurdle events; Jeff RoCh and C. F. PrhRz in the middle d~sta~e and distance races and ,Mvin Mills, Johnny Gray, Cl, ifton MvD~nuld ~[I in the field events. Coach Lt~tman has six boys working hard at the sp ints events which include the 100 and 220-yard dash, the 440 and 880 yard relays. They are: Mickey Walker, Lawson McIwr, Andrew Harris, Victor Green, R~lph ~d- it wards and Reginald McDaniel. I In the ~e distaEJce events Iv/Rich includes the 440,yard dash [ the mile and the relay [ the ~adldates are: Jz~nn, ny Clipp, [Jeff Roth, Mar~in Viands, Clar- I er~ceXnJon~ Eraie Jones, Danny 1 Nichols, Marsl~a~l McCormick, I Lewis Dole~nan, Dan Smith and / Monzo Butler. In the distance runs suc a as b80-yard dash are: Jimmy it Bravc~e, C. F. Pr~intz, Mike K is- l ner, Glen ~y, Scott Whitanore ]Bruce Moler, Witliavn B~hn and ] Bren.t Anders. { Candidates for the hurdle and t hurdle relay events are: William Hughes, Glenn Hin~on, Ron Whlt mOve, Bob Appeal, Paul Smith, Dou~ Davi~s and P~y~vnd Roy. And in thefield events or weig- hts aad throws the Par~thers have such boys as Clifton McDonald, Alvin Brown, Johnny Gray, /~lv,in M,ill~ Doug Vian~ aral J,immie H stler. track schedule as released ~is week wi, U be as f~llows: April 3. Triangular meet at Cha. ties Town with Harpers Ferry mad Shepherdstown at 3:30 p. m. April 8- Clarke home, merit shows the Pan~hers will have experience bath as starters and backup men in J~mmy Ham- mond, wlm was the first string backstop last season and Cleve- 1.and Beil and Bruce Manuel as good reserves. A look at the Panther infield finds Charlie McCormick the only regular back. He wil~l be back at the shortstop slot. At first base will be J. T. Kitchen, a newcomer as the start- er, with Jeff Lancaster, and Grog Grove and Ronnie Demory as back-up men when they arc not working on the mound. [, The schedule as announced this week by Harold (Zip) Lor- enz, director of athletics is as fo,llows: April 2 - Warren County, away, 4p.m. April 5 - Warren County, at home 4p.m. April 9 . Harpers Ferry, away April 11 - Martinsburg, away. April 16 - Shepherdstown, home. April 19 - Martinsburg, home. April 24 - St. Joseph's away. April 26 - Harpers Ferry home. April 30 . Shepherdstown, away. May 7 - Loudoun County, away, 4p.m. (FROM PAGE l-B) the U. S. Olympic basketball team which plays in Mexico Oct. 12 to 27 which is about the greatest honor that a trainer could get One of Whitey's pet theories is that fresh citrus fruits are valuable to relieve fatigue and tension and play an important role in preventing in- juries MORRIS SIEGEL of the Washington Evening Star says the boom of Senator's bats in Florida and their win- ning ways in the exhibition games, has set off the most extensive season ticket buying spree in the club's history. Ticket manager Johnny Morrissey is up to his neck in requests for the 1968 season, not to mention in the All- Star game which will be played at D. C. Stadium in 1969. That's real good news for Senator fans of the area o. CONGRATULATIONS are in order for newest grand- father on the local racing front, Irv (Tubby) Swartz, vice-president of Charles Town Turf Club. His daughter, Eileen Shaivitz, presented him and grandmother Lil, with a grandson, Mitchell Reed This is the first grand- child for the well-known Baltimore sportsman WITH Jockey Jesse Davidson taking a whirl at the big 'A' (Aqueduct) local riding ranks have been scurry- ing for the leadership at Charles Town. Four ridez , Dean Johnston, Jr Ronnie Whitmer, Dallas Hedge and Bobby Delgado seem to have the besL chances for the crown. The competition is much keener now that the choice mounts are being spread around LIGHTNING has struck twice at Charles Town Race Course in the last week. 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