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m | !/i % ! OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE I I A p.PRIL 11, 1968 SECTION---B J ' J . . I s enan,loa D wns open ~*:~ ";":-:-:-:':-:-:*+':'*:" '***-:-;**;":':'*;'*; "~*-**-:-.**':-:-:--*'~ [ ) [ the longest meeting in its lO-year I I history next Monday, kicking off --- S P O R T S S E C T I O N [ I I a 144-night stand under the fights I I i I~t Charles Town. ~ON RENTCH ---" SPORTS EDITOR Shenandoahs session follows co L cow.o. I Although normally Friday after[ i!he c]Gse this S turday of .the ~ **~,<.:**:**.~ ~ ] noon is a heavy one for scholaticJ j nigmy successtut spnng meeting " I athletic action in this section and/ I~t ~he Charles Town race track. [ area, this week, most of the act-| ] CaSarles Town ClOSeS with the Sat J| ion will take place this afternoon| ~ urday program and will be darR ~t W E E K' S ,| (T, hursday) with both baseball i ~ Friday in observance of G~d J/ involving all t.hree Jefferson Cou-J [ 28j. will be 7:15and the track ~l -- -- ,I nty High School teams I ] o,tter twin aoume ann exacta Det- l~aJLlllA~ ~.d~ ]/ The Charles Town Iigh base-| ]*ing. i . . The summer meeting wiSl De [ II I Blll ll lib liers, who show a 2-1 record onl i . ,/~ho o,~,m wi ! ~ n s "blv/,mgm, igntea lay me running next; t *l. f ce,-o sr,T ' I/their toughest assignment of the[ ~fatt of t, he. $25,(~0 adde~l, rl- [|season at 3:30 today when they] ~ate F,u~unty. ThiS WtU De tile By Max Brown l/tangle with ~he ,Martinsburg| The 1968 Charles Town High baseballers shown above, picked up Springs High Wednesday afternoon at 4. p. m. Members of the ~ first, year that the Trl-State ha~, -- carrled aoae money ann [ High t~atsmen on ~he Baker V. A.[ their second victory in three times out this season Tuesday when which is being coached this season for the first time by Donate .~ . . I ' i b the . 1,t is expe~teu ~o g~x~s~ m excv~ = ~ .J Cemer dmmond. It w 1~1 e . [ they went to Harpers Frery and edged the Tigers by a 4-3 score. Hetzel, are: First row (left .to mght)--Mike Rogers, Ran Demory, [,~n ~-m i~ ~,~ ~h h t, ,~,~ [ fourth game of the season ior| The Panthers hold wins over Warren County of Front Royal, Va Doug Linton, ~eff Anders, John Lally. Dennis Kirk, Bev Carroll, !"" ~'~ s ~, Ar ur t w " fierce arr a ior- tram teams. ' , x~li ~T /,and Harpers Ferry and they show a defeat at the hands of Warren Marshall McCormick, Cleveland Bell and Roy MeKee. Baek row (left ~ P Jt I D k PI.L Also this afternoon the Shep Town High track and football star, and son [, - " 14, - " -" " i.:[ County. They will be facing three tough opponents next, meeting to rlght)~-Coaeh Donnie l[etzell, Bruce Manuel, J. T." Kitchen, Skip i ~dltUllKll Dt~ICT ~,IUU Mrs. Harold Baxr, Charles Town, continues,:arCe t tFH pgns the Martinshurg High batsmen this afternoon (Thursday)at 4 p.m. Whitmore, Alvin Mills, Dewey Perks, Donnie Ware, John Gray,| ws in track competition as a member of the / n ~1 l at the Baker V. A. Center diamond, playing host to Shepherdstown Nelson Wilt, Stuart Oeker, Bill McWatters, Jimmy Hammond and ~ st,In Sold [=M' an*, . melr ~ season against ~ e g- ~ - at St. Andrews Presbytermn College, Launn-,ers who have dronned both of[ Tuesday afternoon at 2:20 p. m. and then also hosting Berkeley Greg Grove. (Photo by Tim Slnn.) [ The St. Andrews track squad whmh has a,the zames to date this season.[ [k4 tm k4muJ u of only ten men competing in 15 and 16,Game time has been set for 3:30| A-- - -== -= n =-- ,had been the most successfully presemed letters to the followingl~'~t*~'"'~ ~'tw,~u$ n.~n, led a significant rise recently when it /p m This wilr be a sectional and!GharJes 10W ulg larslty Ifinancially and therwise f any[ seRi r cheerleaders " Karen Mar"I' "--"" ,University of ! Bi-State.CoRferenee be.tile t ever held. Total income from the I cu:s, Charnell Baylor, JamcePat- The S4mpherdstown High Card .inn track team Also mis afternoon me t~erKe- -- -- = . = I three~ays of tourna, mem p~ay, ne J terson, Stepnanie wrapper, ratty I inal Rru~?or Chth wh,/eh i*~ anon SCO*'~ i-n ~ dn~l ~i~!:i(::i!i}:ii~ii:i~iii:i:i:i:(i:~ii:ii:i:i:i: ley Springs High Indians, who ~11~=,~ P~a~=,|~~l~ [ said was $40 000 00. He also stated lDoyle, Debbie W hitmore, and cerl .' -anv n--er~n-i-l~tere'~te--(l i'-n~a~-~. wlaff,~ A,~,~ R~*~ i will be playing the tottghest and ~~|.~th. I~lll~l~lll~flUl~la ]that for the m~st part attendance[~iflcates to Susan Ward and Dla-Jmr~ting ar~ ,~r an.d~rl a~d imnrnv af ~. 1. ).o ~=~ -- " longest baseball schedule of any 4~ 7 l for the Regional tournaments also [ne Kratz, ]umors; who will b,ed ~rn~ram of a~hletie facititie~ "~ ~,~l~ Jx~,y ~tvx~o " ' V l ---- *"---~ C school m the section willtra e1 II J I~ g~| L l exceeded that of past years. I back next year. l c~,~,~ao~own ~i~h ~'~'""~ ury t)y wmmng S s ~,~ ito Clear prings, Md fora '- J[l~ H~~fl ~ |m[l~l~ ~ [ Eismort ,aid when the firs~t[ GeorgeZamberlan, headbasket[wl~lhaveaveryimpor~autspeei~ hurdles 1 State tussle, l~ l~ BaVBnVBV~ m~J ~==~=a~vB [ sta e baske~hal~l tournament wasl bali coach, lauded the outstandingl meeting Monday n4gh~ at the ,lalacing second - ~~ [ On the gol~ france today the un- [ ' ~ [ played in 1914 in Buekhan,non [ 27-1 record of the Panther Var- [ High S~Choot at'8 n m it wa~ purdles. Barr is ~~ Idefeat.e(l Charles Town High golf] The Charles Wo~n High Varsity i main speaker, but even his re-| only "two teams- Elkins and[ si.ty team this past season and l announcecl today -' "" . at St. Andrews ~~ I ers witl travel .~o beesourg, vs ~basketballers and 'he Varsi.ty I mar~s were ~rie~ ann aeatt main I W.heeiing - - participates, m turn / the fact they won Sectional and I The nur~'mse ~f this meeting, t~ ~: ~~::~.~-~: : . ~- -r-- -- o -~ his second veer ~.: [to tangle wi~h ~he Loudoun Cou-Cheerleaders were given theirllY wl*h the activities of the Com-[a total of seven teams were m J ~i,~, *,rn~mon.* ~hamninn. [ to discuss ulans for raisin~ fukda indin~ member PIERCE ARR J r~ty H~gh golfers, and the Mart s- official, high verbal credRs and [ mlsslom J .the action and the num.ber of,~i~ ann wortt all ?,ha wav t0 the ] to defray the cost of ourchasitlat 1 track team which faces such tough compe- [.b.urg. H gh Golfers Will be at W st mate.rla.l awards .Saturday n;~.ght [ Elsmon first brought greetingsI partmipatmg teams kept growing[ State Class-AA finals before be-[ an el tnc scoreboard for e Fur, o, and Davidson Relays the State ! minister tar a mamn at z p. m. tar mew outstanding accomp~lsn-,to the school and the team from [ until i,t became, necessary to set| ing defe~ed. He presented letters I school s athletic field, The cost ~af r~; t.'~'~h~i ~, .~ +h. n'~d e ~AIA J Samraay me see.uona~l spo~s ments of the 1967-68 season when [the Acti~i,ties Comn~ission, then[ up sectional and regional elimi-|,to the following seniors, Paul]this project has been estlnmte~ .~ ~ ~ ~ o,~# ,~ u ~ s " ht wi.t4 be em~reiy on tracK ' l;+; . t. +~ ~+ a~.~ +,~om ~ the I pot:l~ . the Jefferson County Chamber of I lauded both the conduct and play [ nation play and also to ttivide the,Johnson, J. T. KRchen, Ran Wh~t I at $1,700, it was stated and it will ' -'- at C oourn " i .~ g Commerce .honored them at a ] of the Charles Town High ~eam [ state s high .sChool iRto classes J more and P~aymond Roy and cer- J be necessary to raise this sum by :rmediate hurdles in which he was not only ]where the J~UHaOgs w.l14 De hOSt- public $5 a plate dinner held in]at the State school~bov tourna.|with playoffs for each class. Over|~ifica~es to ~he fol~owing under[,tbe time the board arrives and is has also been this ing James Wood High of Win- " h,a i m And . - " " " scorer last season, but thehlgh sc col gymn su . . [ment staged in the Ohaflestonl2 ,000 people sa 12 tea p-SJclassmen . John Lorenz, Larry|rests!led. . was also a free hurdler ann a star on tneI .~.~=.~' v~:, .~.u ~:.=~= ~? ~ t i wntie me numoer at persons wno I Civic Cen,ter, March 15-16. He [ battle in the three classes o~ me / Cart, Scott W, hi~nore, Alex DMe: [ it is napes mat all persons no- High track and field team. [ urgn in a trmnguiar mee~. ~ I came to help pay tribttte ~ the [ said every report he had received| state tourna:meRt this year, Eis-| man, Kim Reed, l~bble Cain, Bob I siring to he~p wRh this project Tuesoay arternoo~ .naseoau greatest of all Charles Town High I on ,the Chin, los Town team the J man said. J &ppell and Skippy W, hitmore, and J wi~ attend this meeting. " ave the o~li h all alone " HANDS: Bill McDonald, the soft-spoken I w!!l. h . sp g ',[basketball teams was not as large I cheerleaders and the fans wholGolf, Wrestling Growing |to managers Kwk and Mike Rag-] . . ~I d ~.~ - - . - L . the praise of the team and the| C~mend~b4e. Then he turned his]gaff are rl#rt ~ ,the f~est|of the Jefferson Coumy Chamber|4eaders. He ~ presented gold . . engagemen, t, but o " " I have been several oI wnica also fi ,u u~ e~ ~ ~ ' Bill has had to deal w th), ference race. The Eagles are re-I he always seems to come up ported to have one of the best l high school baseball teams in the with the answer t h a t pleases John Q. Fan to the utmost two very capable assistants in his party-night man Ed Blake and his Girl Friday, Mary McCauley. Both Ed and Mary follow in their boss's footsteps when it comes to p I e a s i n g the race fans, whether or not they are pat- rolls of the beautiful Star just visiting the track for a night at the nothing about the reams and reams of up publicity they grind out every day The s in good hands becaus people who to their jobs, make it that way AS one steps off the elevator on the third Moler who does an outstanding job the big switchboard and answers your Downs; May I Help You?" . . a successful operation--in most any line (TURN TO PAGE 2-B SATURDAY AT 2:00 P. M. PARK RACE COURSE CONTACT: EACH DAY HUNT RACE ASSOC Inc. Middleburg, Virginia section. The Baker V. A. Center dia- mond will also' be the scene of action Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 when the Martinsburg High hats- men play host to the Berkeley Springs High Indians. Wednesday afternoon the Cha- rles Town High batsmen will be erttertaining the Berkeley Springs High Indians-at 4 p. m. and that s~me ~fternoon the Mar~insburg golf team will trave2 to Frederick Md for a match with Vhe Thomas Johnson High golfers. The Charles Tvwn High base- beliers, after opening their 1968 season wi, th a high.sCoring ~ictory ~ver the Warren County, Va. High batsmen Tuesday afternoon, April 2 in Charles Town, ran into too much ~rouble to handle Fri. day afternoon against the same team in Front RoyM and they wen~ down to a 7-1 defeat. In corer st to Che 13 runs they scored against the Virginians in Gharles Town, the Partthers could hit the score board only once Friday and R was not ul~til the fi~th frame they were able to score their one lone run. Southpaw Mike Seeldord, who was not to effective against the Panthers in Charles Town, sure had pler~ty of stuff on his pitches Friday an