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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1 1 THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1978 Golf Season Gets Underway00At Sleepy Hollow Sunday.12:30 P NEWS O R T S BY DON RENTCH Eastern Panhandle can take great Len West Virginia University's team takes the floor later this year guidance of native son Gale Catlett. native returns to the Moun- - With many laurels to his credit. Starred for Hedgesville High School scene and then went on to have years as a basketball player at Fred Schaus, who coached great and others. Was never the prolific scorer that West, or Hot Rod Hundiey epitomized, but player who made his presence area of defense. his collegiate days, the Hedgesville to take assistant coaching jobs Kansas and Kentucky, the latter since Gale found himself from the legendary Adolph Rupp, basketball. as an assistant coach, Catlett name for himself, especially as a  SPecialist. He devised several defenses to great success against tough ne of the reasons that he was sought University of Cincinnati, a in basketball circles. During his he helped his teams to many 20- This past year was perhaps his but the competition in the Metro of which Cioncinnati is a member, tough and Catlett's overall extremely difficult. the West Virginian returns to his with the hopes and promises of Mountaineer basketball fortunes it will be a tough job for Catlett, who a four-year contract as $35,000 per University has always had a tradition, especially during the 60's, but in recent times the into a dismal state. the Mountaineers did well in the JUrnament recently, its overall that good and followers of the Were sorely disappointed. Un- was the straw that broke the for now-deposed coach Joedy that WVU basketball will from the foundation. All of this of Gale Catlett. his way, the As anyone who has been story knows, the new WVU the state tournament and several post-season tournaments Gale, we wish you well in your at the helm of basketball in the AREER-- When the 1978- next December at Nell Gutshall, who has been at Parsons High for the be just another spectator. last week he is retiring as Coach, but will continue to teach School system. He began 1952, at Davy Junior High and then in 1956 came to a teacher and coach. His have won 314 games and lost teams made it to the State His teams won 11 Sectional times they were runner.ups His football teams were also a number of 8-2 record and mark. Officials of the Blossom Festival of top national sports per- recently named head Redskins - to be the L at the Festival. His appearance by the Shenandoah Valley Winchester. Pardee is no having wound up his playing career in Under head coach George b Traditional Florida Scramble i Will Be Featured Opening Event BY COSTY CARAS Sleepy Hollowers will usher in the 1978 golf season Sunday with the traditional Florida Scramble, opening event of a list of 17 tourney prizes released by Jerry Ripple, tournament chairman. Starting time for Sunday's opener is 12:30 p.m. and early interest in the return to action at the Sleepy Hollow Course, promises a sizeable turnout. Members have until Friday to sign up. Highlighting the impressive list of tournaments is the second Charles Town Golf Classic-Mid Atlantic P.G.A. charity outing set for August 7th and 8th. Inaugurated last year, the Classic with its invasion of top golfers from the tri-state area was instrumental in raising more than $15,000 for the Eastern Panhandle Training Center. Sanctioned by the Mid Atlantic PGA, the 36-holes included three separate tournaments in the one event. Pro-sweeps prizes for the professionals and amateur prizes for each individual round and pro-sweeps and amateur prizes awarded on the 36-holes performance. The professionals rotated With different amateur teams each day. The Charles Town Classic i brought out a brilliant field of 64 i professional golfers com- )lemented by 192 amateurs. A completed list of 1978 Sleepy Iollow Golf Course events follows: April 16-- Opening Day event, with Costy Caras, vice-chairman in charge of a Florida Scramble, beginning at 12:30 p.m. Entry fee $3.00. April 28th & 30th- Spring member-member, tournament committee in charge. May 13th & 14th-- Jake Pugh tournament of 36 holes, medal play, 100 per cent handicap. Jake Pugh, vice-chairman. May 21st-- Frederick Home & Home-Away. Entry Fee $3.00 per person. John PropsK vice- chairman. May 28th- Florida Scramble - 12:30p.m. Entry fee $3.00. Marty Blackford, vice-chairman. June 10th to July 16th- John Elwood. Match Play - 100 per cent handicap. Entry fee $3.00. Tom McDermott, vice- chairman. June 10th & 11th- Senior Mens Tournament, medal play, 100 per cent handicap. Entry fee $3.00. (Rain Date-June Igth) Bill Kave, vice-chairman. June 24th & 25th-- Member- Guest. Tournament committee in charge. July 4th-- Scotch twosome. Jake Pugh, vice-chairman.July 8th & 9th-- President Cup of 36 holes, medal play, 100 per cent handicap. Rain Date, July 16th. Marry Blackford, vice- chairman.. July 29th & 30th-- Flight Tournament-Qualify. Charlie Lutman, vice-chairman. August 12th & 13th-- Flight Tournament-Play Off, Charlie Lutman, vice-chairman. August 7th & 8th-- Pro AM- Charles Town Classic. P.G.A. in charge. August 20th-- Frederick Home & Home - Here. Entry fee $5.00 per person. John Propst, vice- chairman. August 27th-. Ladies Florida Scramble. Ladies, vice- chairman. September 3rd-- Father & Son Tournament, medal play, 100 per cent handicap. Entry fee $5.00. Ray Blackford, vice- chairman. September 16th & 17th-- Fall Member-Member. Don Clen- denning, vice-chairman. October 1st-- Turkey Shoot 12:30 p.m. Entry fee $3.00. Joe Servis, vice-chairman. Charles Town Junior High Track Teams Roll to Wins- Charles Town Junior High's boys and girls track teams owered their ways to victories in the Jefferson Relays Saturday on the strength of a number of first and second-place wins. The boys' team came home with a total of 33 points, five more than their nearest com- petitor. Other eam scores in- cluded Greencastle with 28 points, Shepherdstown 26 and Harpers Ferry with 4 points. The girls had little trouble in outclassing their opposition and totaled 28 points to 18 for Shepherdstown, 13 for Harpers Ferry and 6 for Greencastle. The boys recorded wins in the shuttle hurdle, two-mile relay, 880-relay and took seconds in the 440-relay, distant relay and mile relay. Greencastle showed strength in two events, thedistant medley and the sprint medley, and gaining a total of 12 points for winning these events. Shepherdstown Junior High also won two events, the 440- relay and the mile relay, thus capturing 12 of its overall total of 18 points. Times and runners for all of the winners in these events are listed below in the results. The Charles Town girls' team showed great strength by -winning four of the five events in this division. The girls captured the shuttle hurdle, 446-relay, 880-relay and sprint medley. Shepherdstown took first in the other event, the 880 medley, but could get no closer than ten points to the champions of the division. Shepherdstown amassed most of its points through three, second. place finishes. Junior High Results (Boys) Shuttle Hurdle--Ist. Charles Town (B. Jones, Bailey, Moran, Mayberry. Time--41.25); 2nd, Greencastle; 3rd, Shepherd- stown: 4th, Harpers Ferry. Two-mile Relay-lst, Charles Town (Hill. Benner, Gibbs, Togans. Time--9:45); 2nd, Shepherdstown: 3rd, Green- castle. 440-Relay--1st, Shepherdstown (T. Diehl, B. Labida, A. Banks, S. Weigle. Time-50.2); 2rid, Charles Town; 3rd, Green- castle: 4th, Harpers Ferry. Distant Medley-lst, Green- castle; 2nd, Charles Town; 3rd, Shepherdstown; 4th, Harpers Ferry. Winning time-13:26.1. 880-Relay--1st, Charles Town (Carley, Bonjoman, Creamer, Smith. Time--l:44.4); 2rid, Shepherdstown; 3rd, Green. castle; 4th, Harpers Ferry. Sprint Medley--lst, Green- castle 2nd, Harpers Ferry; 3rd, Charles Town; 4th, Shepherd- stown. Winning time-2:57.5. Jefferson High School's Track Team Members of the 19"/8 Jefferson High School Track Team are shown above. First row, left to right, are Jimmy Myers, James Crane, Steve Brash, Terry Whittington, Raymond Hosby, Tim Yates, Willie Washington, Rick Newman, Derick Winston, Carlo Puller, Keenan Sharpe and Vic Carr. Second row: David Wilhelm, Tom DeRonda, John DeRonda, Jerry Randel, Gary Smith, Kevin Stubbs, Garland Engle, Warren Miller, Irving Propps, David Mile Relay--Ist, Shepherd-' stown (J. Weigle, V. Winston, T.. King, R. Buracker. Time-- 3:56.8); 2nd, Charles Town; 3rd, Greencastle; 4th, Harpers Ferry. Junior High Results (Girls) Shuttle Hurdle--Ist, Charles Town (T. Propps, R. Craig, G. Whitacre, W. Flowers. Time--49 sec.); 2nd, Harpers Ferry; 3rd, Greencastle; 4th, Shepherd- stown. 440-Relay--Ist, Charles Town (D. Johnson, O. Mouton, Valencia McDonald, Veronica McDonald. Time--56.6); 2nd, Shepherdstown; 3rd, Harpers Ferry; 4th, Greencastie. 880-Relay--1st, Charles Town (D. Johnson, O. Mouton, Veronica McDonald, Valencia McDonald. Time--2:01.8); 2nd, Shepherdstown; 3rd, Harpers Ferry; 4th, Greencastle. Sprint Medley--Ist, Charles Town (H. Olivier. R. Twyman, W. Flowers, M. Ballenger. Time- -3:39.4): 2rid, Shepherdstown; 3rd, Harpers Ferry; 4th, Greencasfle. 880-Medley--lst, Shepherd- stown (F. Washington, T. Shiben, L. Ferguson, K. Loudoun); 2nd, Charles Town; 3rd, Greencastle: 4th. Harpers Ferry. Racing Association Shenandoah Downs, Turf Club Memben Shenandoah Dowm and the Charles Town Turf Club have been elected to membership in the Thoroughbred Racing Associations (sic), a national organization devoted to bet- ng thoroughbred racing. The iation was announced by William J. McDonald, general manager of the two night tracks here. TRA membership also means that Shenandoah and Charles Town will be policed by the Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau, the security arm of the TRA. The TRPB polices racing throughout the country, providing a vast in- formation network that helps keep undesirables out of the sport. The new additions bring the TRA membership to 58 racetracks, McDonald said. 'We are very pleased to be members of the TRA and to have the support of the TRPB to help IT'S A HAPPY MOMENT FOR CHARLES TOWN GIRLS' TRACK TEAM Adams, David Leslie. Third row: Bill Lawrence (assistant coach), Jim Taylor (head coach), Harold Waxman, Jimmy Waxman, Doug Morris, Robert Smith, Mike WiR, Curtis Jones, Gordon Hockman, Carl Cooper, Mitch Bradley. Fourth row: Jimmy Jones (manager), Anthony Newman (manager) and David Pugh (assistant coach). (Photo by Errol Leslie) Wendy Flowers is shown above.with the trophy signifying the Charles Town Junior High girls as champions of their division in thedefferson Relays. At , Wendy'l mn are Valencia McDonald and Tracy Propps, team members. Seated on the bench at right is Mrs. Bey Jones, Who provides a great deal of transportation for teams at the school and seems to be enjoying the victorious moment. (Photo by Errol Leslie) , Disqualification Costs JHS Championship at Relays Here For a while last Saturday, it I tinsburg; 2nd, Jefferson; 3rd, appeared that Jefferson High's Loudoun Valley; 4th, Loudoun Cougars would come away with County. Winning time--ll:58.1. the championship in the Jef- 440-Relay--Ist, Martinsburg; ferson Relays here, but an 2nd, Loudoun County; 3rd, errant handoff of a baton in the Loudoun Valley. (Jefferson 440-relay cost the Cougars six disqualified.) Winning time-- points and the title. 46.5. Taking home the trophy for Two-mile Relay--lst, Mar- the afternoon in the AAA tinsburg; 2nd, Jefferson; 3rd, competition was Martinsburg, Loudoun Valley; 4th, Loudoun which amassed a total of 30 County. Winning time--9:05.3. points to Jefferson's 28. Had not Boys AA Teams the 440 team been disqualified, it Clarke County, 28 points; would have been a four-point Musselman, 23 points, I victory for the home-standing Hedgesville, 22 points; Ramp-I Cougars. Other finishers in- shire County, 18 points. cluded Loudoun County with 21 Girls Results points and Loudoun Valley Shuttle Hurdle--lst, Loudoun which picked up 12. Valley; 2nd Jefferson; 3rd. Even though Jefferson picked Musselman, 4th, Loudoun up six points for each of four first County. Winning time--l:t0.5. place finishes in the shuttle Two-mile Relay--lst, Loudoun hurdle,, mile relay, sprint Valley; 2nd, Loudoun County; medley and 880-relay, it just 3rd. Musselman: 4th, Jefferson. wasn't enough to overcome three first places and three second places by Martinsburg. Jefferson managed two second-place finishes, these coming in the distant medley and the two-mile relay, but this just wasn't quite enough scoring to overcome that extra four points by the Bulldogs. The disqualification in the 440- relay especially hurt the Cougars because when this happens, no points are accrued. The actual handoff took place too early between the third and final leg in the run, which results in disqualifcation. Although no Jefferson County teams were entered in the AA Boys competition, there was a close contest right down to the wire among all four teams which were entered. Clarke County came away with the trophy with 28 points, followed by Musselman, 23 points; Hedgesville, 22 points; and Hampshire, 18 points. Jefferson finished third in the girls competition with a total of 22 points. In second was Loudoun County with 24 points and Loudoun Valley took the title by rolling up an insurmountable 42 points. Fourth place went to Musselman with 15 points and Martinsburg was fifth with only 2 points. Jefferson's girls failed to pick up any wins in the overall competition, but placed second three times and had two, third. place finishes. Boys AAA Results 880 Relay--lst. Jefferson (R. Hosby, K. Sharpe, D. Winston, C. Jones. Time.l:34.7); 2nd/ Martinsburg; 3rd, Loudoun County; 4th, Loudoun Valley. Shuttle Hurdle-lst, Jefferson (C. Cooper, R. Newman, J. Meyers, W. Washington. Time- 60.2); 2rid, Loudoun County; 3rd, Loudoun Valley'. Mile Relay--Ist, Jefferson (K. Coulter, H. Waxman, W. Miller, R. Newman. Time-3:42.3); 2rid, Martinsburg; _3rd, Loudoun County; 4th, Loudoun Valley. Sprint Medley--Ist, Jefferson (Meyers, Bailey, W, Washington, D. Leslie. Time- 2:41); 2rid, Martinsburg; 3rd, Loudoun County; 4th, Loudoun Valley. Distant Medley--lst, Mar- assure the integrity of racing at Shenandoah Downs and Charles Town,'"-McDonald said. "rbe 58 Association members work together for the bettermertt d racing and we intend to coe- tribute to that effo.' Winning time--!l: 13.5. 440-Relay--Ist, Loudoun Valley; 2nd, Jefferson; 3rd, Loudoun County; 4th, Musselman; 5th, Martinsburg. Winning time-51.4. Distant Medley--Ist, Loudoun Valley; 2nd, Loudoun County; 3rd, Musselman; 4th, Jefferson. Winning time.-14:39.2. 880-Relay--Ist, Loud0un Valley; 2nd, Loudoun County; 3rd, Jefferson. Winning time-- 1: 48.7. Spring Medley--lst, Loudoun Valley; 2rid, Jefferson; 3rd, Loudoun County; 4th, Mar- tinsburg; 5th, Musselman, Winning time--3:24.8. Mile Retay-'-lst, Loudoun Valley; 2nd, Loudoun County; 3rd, Jefferson 4th, Musselman: 5th, Martinsburg. Winning time- -4:32.7. LUCKY,S BAIT SHOP Live and artificial bait Groceries and beer olso sign painting, notary work, income taxes. Open 7:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. PHONE: 725. 2745 March 30.2T HALLTOWN, W.Va. The World Famous Charles Town Races DO0 DAHt Opening Monday Night The Charles Town Races are back on the track, offering the excitement of Thoroughbreds under the lights. Get yourself untracked and discover the fun of a night at the Charles Town races. They've got everything.