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--- SPORTS SECTION --- OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE I i I APRIL 14, 1966 SECTION--C] Glad to see you re feeling better "Sam", Well that is all for now the [ weather should turn for the bet- W ter and there will be more to write about later as activity picks I r up. in the meantime remember, | at all fences this year, if you de- I cide to lift away there will be a I The sectional and area school-lagainst Shepherdstown High Car- 1 stroke penalty and at all tree~ I . _ boy baseball and track coachesldinals, who have one defeat in if it does not interfere with your [ Timely hittin~--~'nd rood six hit'~ land teams are having their prob-|one game, on the Shepherdstown swing or stance you will not lift [ .,;+.h;..i." ~., u:,~a, }~nha,~~ and]. [ lems these days, with first the [ diamond at 2:30. L away unless you could cut or darn lkA R I Easter Holidays bringing acom- [ Harpers Ferry will travel to age tree by your swing, you can "" ............. I com~ina~'~on~or"tl~e~ar~es~own|l ~ /plete halt to all activities, and lHedgesville for a sectional and always hit R to the side or back I Hi-h basebaUers to o"en theirII _ /then Old Man Weather taking l Bi-State battle at 3 p.m. wards, yo~ know. There is no ......... .... .o/I I over and "freezing" them out I wednesday, April 20 the Shep- rule ia golf that says you must .,, ...... . .....~.. I'.Z"'. "-"Y"" ?" ...... :'"".Y :'~'~/I /for at least most of this week i h~.a~.~., m~h ~.a.b' .ha ~ola l always have a clear shot to the o A n o on , ............. ................ wednesday aftern on, p I , ' een WAIIIH5 rUK bUbll: I tho Baker V A Center diamond ]1 = / None of Jeffer~n County slteam will travel to St. James, 1 [gr , I ~... r.~.;,.:.~.h~a w..~ho.:]l ]track or baseball teams have seen[ Md, for a dual meet with the[ I,m .~ ~." '~ Bw "] men of Martinsbur% in what wasl I I / least Friday, before any basebal / 21, Harpers Ferry will travel to / By [ I l14h ! ,,2,ma Tn IIMm LDY is back from his annual Arizona vacation ann I / == ' "i - nderwa a'n ........... ................... ~ ..... 's ...... "" ..... I the second game of the season forl I , | ac~}nexC~n ::k ~eJfor t~e ~rga~cklthe flaker v..~...~en~er ojamona | John Elwood i LIIII~; L~U~U~; IV a#~lfl greeung xnenos a~ ~uver r asue ~ emporium ouI +h~ St Joe bo-s l I I ann t w e I to tangle with me ~t. Joseph s i __ " .... I ......... :. Kady, one of the real jolly fat men we count 1" ~_." ..... ~ "--v-- into a 2 11 | [ and field teams can go into corn-[ Catholic High batsmen. [ Sleepy Hollow l A| Lt 0n D[am0nd .... ~uanes IO~rn IIlO 12(:1 " l bat , "]P our long-time friends,a very mportant person[,.o ;. ..... man:[ / / | r,.... I ' ' " ......................... , With the rainy, snow and cold ~t~tiql 1-1"O The L~ tie Lea e diamond at .r s organization and we don t mean weight-wise| aged to stay in front the rest ofl ARCHIE S DAMES TAKE / .! . ! ..... / Farmm Innlar / I "t gu /+~ .....t, .... ,,o.,, t...,~k b.,I .~Ar~ ~o.~ ~au,a BABES /weather KnocKing OUt all ut'/=~"" "'" "" ..... " .... ~" / I the Charles Town Legion field . .,= ..~....~ ,~ .~o= ,.,.~ ~ ~r~, a.,,v,, u,_,v ~" door activity" " scheduled for Tues ........... / Ernie Jones, Panther shortstop, I IN WXVA LEAGUE [ ..... .... "] ~. . ~ t . . [ Things are really humming at l will be the scene of three days nay ann wednesday, ann lnfllcat RDAY'S featme race at Shenandoah Downs will be| which sent Charles Town ahead[ | ..... : ...... "| bfl0WIng Keal inIer ! | Sleepy Hollow, and now that the/of tryouts for boys between the " / 9 ;. ,ho ho~,~..,h~oh h~a beenl ............ ~ ......... l ions that conainons WlU De TOOl [ Easter holidays are over, maybe ages of 9 and 12 years of age for the ".Cherry Blossom" Purse and will attract some| 'ea 'l'oc eda"t' . a 'rom"tl e'secona [ wST N ;N O;VT A ; 'r [ oWretmands ao dad,Y t Oer an ch am?10btainin. Emie Jones /the weather will shine on us so/the JefferSOnrlLittlewnBa eball ~st horses on the grounds. /frame [ | Y [ Y | we can iron out all the winter[ League in Cha e T , " was W L hoping that a break will come ........... / In "the sixth frame Charles[ Team | " . " I ........ l kinks that have accumulated in|announced Tuesday by Frank ~ ............... l ........ '1Archle's Dames 38 14 | in the weather in time ~or per- [ ~rnle Jones, the lea mngscorer/ our bones and also our golf swing/Manuel, president. nnr~ 'rAA paying pay Delng Jusl; around me corner/ Town mane it ~-I on singles oyI - -, ...... ! mitting Friday's schedule of act-I ann reoounoer ~or me unarles/ a~ .f ..~ th~ oours~ i~ in real/ ,~.^ ~.~+ ~ oo~ ..... ;u ~.A h.~a Dave Swadley, Chuck Sage a / 1 u Town High Panther cagers last s us that some of the big.league ball players who made/., .... ........ +- ..... a l[ Stu's Heroines 33 19 , wit es to be earned o t. [ ................... j__.| fine shape for this time of the/ Thursday evening at 5 p m for h last year must now a big hunk of it to s Pills 28 24 | Two baseball games, one in-lsea n'y stu ent_lyear' the house and memberS bovs of 11 and 12 years'of'age. ent. And anyone who doubts that Babe Ruth made| I Lawrence's Gales 24 28 [ volving Jefferson. County teams [ rum:= a''" I lunge is being painted, a color I Friday evening at 5, it will be the 'best salary of all times might give some thought to/ninth crame with one "run but [ Dlekle's Alympians 23 29 [ are on tap ~or Friday afternoon. I ~.^^:: .,~'.~a ~.~. ' .... ~...~a I T. V. has been instahea, mr your [ 10-year-olds working out and Sat- - , ! , " cn 1 o ~'~=" u.=.=~.~o.,=s..-.t--,-a,,, a t abe, from his $80,000 sala~T pay, of the late 20's, paid[ Thompson was brought on to re-]_ltelens J)olls ,. 22 30 [ nlH:?:s~S troe [aye derS s edtt4 [assistance by the college by [ pleeaThr:'nan~ ~: urday,afternn at2fl, m. ~he9 of about $12,500 and kept $67,500 for his own. If Willie| lieve Lanham and he fanned Jeff ?arD s t;opy ~,.~, ~ o~ [ ~ m Frida- in a count., battle" ] James R Hartbarger head basket- I ion N-tl~in- notable i~a the way l ,~,~-~'~ ~'~[~"~.,~'..~ ~: ",. ,'.' ~.."~ l raade $125,000 last year, he will keep no more than[ Hattl~n .to.endthe rallY. ~ .... !X Sweetles 14 38 land over at Hedgesville in Berk-[ ball coach atthe college ..... I of golfing feats has been accomp-] days and hours will be followed ~, sin te o ~net xnnes urove k h m had a !11" g Y _ It-- I eley County the oatsmen of Coach/ ~ast ~aturaay Jones ann wlu- I lishd as vet although some of the ~ ,,~,,~ ..... t. Mo e-over, the $67,500 Ruth too o e P "| "'-o" ......wn run[ "--- .......................... , - , . 0. . i .......... ag power which would be equal to $135,000 today---over I ~ +~.'~ +."..'~, +'~*'~.on~" but St " Archie's Dames took over th,.~ | Gil?er~ M ilmr. wilt pc, playing[ ~am (~) _Jor~an~ he act oas~e~ [ members., a~ ..starting ~o score [ - . ~Mav'e .~,~f r~n~r Pl~.. l--ll n~v TTnrlo .qsr~ I ~1 -,= ~u~, ox V,.~ o~. u, . .- " I land from Bob's Babes in the W~-/hOSt to me ~t. Joseph s uatn-/on, coacu at w.ar~v~ ~uwu a~Ul quite Well. ~ill uenton has nanl ----~ ..... e-., .... s .... ' ""~ .............. /Joe came right ~acK to Knot mel;bX-14.urowive Bowlinu Leauu'[ olic High batsmen at 2 p.m. [ School motored to Ferrum, lo-1 two fine rounds of 78 andyoungIBob ............ .... Tho ghb ! R ine s----------- . u . . . gE r,-v .n ...... .... +n r, +o. J oU tr thraw nnda su {e ~Ylwuesday morning by scoring ~1 Saturdays sectlona! and area|cated .about 35 miles west.of/Leavltt one of 77, and ................... r,~ .......... ~*s ........ "l- :~'- ~.. .. ~" "14-0 victory while Bobs Babe~/scneuule lis[s by track and base-lttoanoKe, va., looked over m e|Meredith Polen with his new[ Back at |henandoah donnn 151 larelll ! and without our favorite chauffer, would have never I Y g'. "" . I were losing by a 4-0 score in act-| ball action, with a big Invitat-[ schoo! s facilities and l ed.wim/ glass, shaft clubs had a fine 78i out of the city at all. We have never before encount- I R:,Ostrwski went all the way lion at Pikeside Bowl. , [ nal track, meet scheduled for/ 2oo2, T,e :2e_ / and except for a few real snort/ , ........ I on me mound ior ~t. ~oe anal ~t,,'o ~eroines Dorothv s Pills/gooourn lqelo in Marnnsourg,/wuactt nartuntger ,mu ~.u,e /~o/missed putts woma nave ~een/ many autos ago so many peopm, i was rea.l y some:| limited Charles Town to just sev-I and ~aw'rence's 'Gales a~so won[ beginning at 5:30 p. m., being the[ through a light workout, for him I much lower. [ behold. But getting back to the Dmi game, ]~ seemedIen hits, two of them by Jones, | their matches to keen in the thick/ featured track attraction in the[ in shooting, pall hanming ann I We have several new members,/ ~'~l~J@~ll mat something of the traditional opening flavor wasI while Lanham and Riley gave uP l ,, ,h. ~..~,,,...~ "- [ section [jumping, and according to Coach land I would like to extend my[ g when the Senators took the field with the Cleveland only six hits to St. Joe, two by t "*.:"~. "~'?."~ : .... _._~ to.o| In baseball three ~,ames are on[ Jordan he expressed real satis- I best wishes to them and sincerly/ ~ ~i .... ~arle r~enaerson anu ~ ..... ~, c io verhat he saw in ' ' and came off second best. For one thing LBJ was [ H~tison and two by Blg mre!h. | Stone rolled the high single game[ tap Saturday afternoon, one at/fa t n o w I hope they find time to drop by[ ~ -=~ [ g. They told us that he was home on the range where I ,qa n lrle ar Wsn as t un Ve/scores of the matches, both com-[ the Baker V.A. Center diamond,/ Jones. . ........ land get acquaintedwtth ev___e o.ne_.] .~P nnA fha a~fala~xa nl~xr Anr] fha ...... V +h,~ ,~,~ Iv s'-" ~" -s s l ~ ........ ;+h ~ ~a9 while Mary/one at raw raw ann anomer hal ~rnie ann hiS lamer anu morn-ITnere are too many to menuunI I-_.l.! ! '- ---*~. ~--~ -,,~,--~e-- r,---s. -~-..- ~*--- o,.v.~ ~.~ ~,,=~ ~"'~'r out -,s ,,v -,-, ~ -,,'-, ....... ~ h .... T)..& ~T.*--- I~.A...'-~..--~. TT..k^~4- U .... k ........ I afternoon at Harpers Fe ry, / ....... .o....~ n^, u ...... ~un ] Berkeley Sprints / er plan to motor to Ferrum in [ by name, so consider this a blank| L~ }~] i= ye~. ,~u~ v~c~-rre~ex.~u xau.t~e.ru ~xu~nptwe~ 7n~ ~, the game was washed out and will| u~.~'~r~v=" ra'~l~'~h='~ai"~h'se~| St. Josep'h's Catholic High of[ the near future to talk with col- I et welcome, | ~i~ff ,e substitute the mmmg one be re scheduled later - --- " [ o,.~,y~ ~-~'~,'~-~=~,- ~ ap~ while/Martinsburg will be hosting St./lege officials and look over the I It is only a few weeks away/ ,,at the athletes who were crowded around the Send- | John's of Hagerstown in a d0-uble-]facilities. I from our first team match over| . gout. Both p tehes were caught by Washington play- PAuv i I llU@ Tl flllk | ginia Dorsey 495 | header at 1 p. m. at the Baker] The former Charles Town [ at Martinsburg.so we r Ira. "t .___ .,__ .__.o.o _ n, yes, Evalyn did the driving-and we just sat stfll "',e -"-W"=~ " '~ .... | Barb's Copy Gi'rls had the high Center diamond; Loudoun Valley[ and baseball star was recomr_n_e nd-[ now a, na in some, pracuce/ me uxcmq eyes and held on, while she threaded her way n_ u_aJ t__ t a [ team game score, 660, and Law- High of Purcellville, Va., will be1 ed to Ferrum College by COaCh[ rounds. 'You too ladie. . I.have-[ lrwJn Double rh thousands of autos ~arnmed bum~r to-bum~er for /0 De nela ADrll I 0 I rence's Gales recorded the high in Berkeley Springs for a game Raveling, a member of the I~sket:[ n t seen many ot you a.rouna.late-/ ....... " . ~ ~ ' ~ ~'- " "- " |team set score, 1824 at 1"30. and Hedgesville will ball coaching staff at Villa~o,a: [ thelY' ana2~thOurof AfirStrilevemMen isandSetLad~ort ,..~ mnn,,n ~,r~~, ~nen~en, ~na~'~a," me~a~ rrllles. WHEW.. AS ! ~|A~ D~k I~IA, hi [ Dot Brown is still" the leat, ue's travel to Paw Paw for a double-I Enrollment at Ferrum College| P ' Y| ~- twin t~ubl,'- t ......... ~ .... ~ ..... ....... MI L~'ylVII lal R I l~lU I leading bowler with a 154 ~ver- header, beginning at 2 p.m. ] stands about 1,000 Student~ L st/team event with partners taking[ ~, ~, ~Afflt'IJI~LL OZ huntington sno~ par 't~. golI IdOl; ....................... l age, followed closely by Nancy Sunday and Monday will be!year Ferrum was the national[ al~rnate drives on the shots: [ e,. S~.~,~oah ~0h, 'Y at Augusta, Ga, to finish with a 72-hole total of 301 o .... T ....... m, ....[ R0th and Jane Stone, who have off days in the section for both i Junior College champions in foot-|, eest ~.all ~or le notes, an{l a[ for mote ractng fun. a~ W.~t ~h~'~ ~h~.~. ~-,~r~.~H~,,~ h~ ~h,~ l~Tn~r~ ~,"~'~-~,~.'~ ~.'~.~_..~_ ~'..'"~" a 153 average: and Barbara Cape, track and baseball, but Tuesday ball and for the past ,two years| t r?e nuztet ainner at the emo| ...... am~,$~\~ .~.~.~, ~.:.~.~ ~pt~.~..:~..=~...ff%.:..:~_~=:~ ,,iv ~.aut)m~ ~umme~ ,~.?~y~- Reba Cameron and Virginia Dor- the diamond battles will be re- Ferrum's basketball team has par.[ after .goff. sponsored by ~. and I os| 7:15 t;~-,~. ~.,,u~,~.-~ ~,a,, .~leet~, pf~ a~n~reenu.rmr~n counw.ana someo~nalcauon se,, with 1~ averages sumed, and Wednesday track will ticipated in the national basket-| Mrs. M. ~lenn, in which ah mem[ #~0#m~#i ~A ~ ~# ,~e mpnur prmgs, wi n a t~ ior ~v~ ~a TUl;Wller,ot wnemer mere is suitlclent in- ~ " mov- b~et" in+^+~ .... +~-nal ............. * "- ....^t.: .... t hers are invited You do not have~ #un ~s,s,#snst, r# ly of Charleston, but now hmng m Indlanapohs, soaxed terest Gall be.obtained by league ~t~z ntte,v~e ~a~r~- sports spotlight ~ran~ | to play golf to eat, so come one, [ . -HHllSNIIIISH 18 off'~cials Monaay, April 18 wnen ................. , ............. 1 for a 3o7 total... -- " .... ' ................... AD IN Tuesday s baseball schedule The Ferrum ca ers lav a| come all t UIILIll711UUnll me first tryout session Wlll oe ~i~UIOr~II~u ~ ~ ~- ,~ ~ .......... . ._ , will fred Charles Town, wlth one --~edul- ~ all *h^ -o .... 11---I It was nlce to see our old friend [ a~A~n~ 'AR ,vnt, .... ~v..:~,.~.. ~.--~ held. LADIES TRIO LEAGUE victory in one time 0ut, going s cn~.~..~,~o~ Palumbo out hitting balls[ IgllllMi l~a ~va. ou me~.~ ~,~ ~.~. ~m~-x~.~ ~v.~ ~,~- Lea-ueg o-fficial-s said al'i bo-'sy Ladies' Trlo League ........ ~'""~"Vlrglnla' " ..... ~'" ~"~ ~'~*~ "'~agam'~ affert q-uite a- ~'i-=em in .... the' "~"''='"' , will dine and enjoy racing at Shenandoah Downs interested in participating in " , " , |h spltal. I did notice tho, Sam [ ' night, April 19. The following evening, April 20, Pony League baseball should -~ ..... ~ .....~ L ~-~ m .-~ . ',~ ~ | you were ,swinging a little easT,|~ r#~ ~ t~W~#~ 100 meml)ers and guests of the Jefferson County make every effort to be at the Team w. . ITO 1O ~laurcll ~ufl{lay[ but at least you were swinging,[ Club will spend a festive occasion at the popular VIRGINIA State will play Shepherd College next a est Virginia Conference foe, in football for the first RN TO 2--B OPPORTUNITY ! men needed with experience in plumbing, heating conditioning, pipefitting and mechanical equip. Welding experience helpful but not necessary. Company, pleasant working conditions, some travel, Pay, fringe benefits. Write Box B:231, c/o The of Jefferson-Advocate for interview. *SATURDAY APRIL 16th & 23rd April 14 tf- AT 2:30 P. M. Charles Town American Legion field at 5 p. m. that day and be ready to participate in a limited workout. It is once again hoped that e- nough boys will be interested in league participation to form at least a four-team Circuit again this Summer, League officials stated. Undertakers Take Lead; Knockouts Increase In Bowling Loop In the~ Junior Division of the Charles Town Bowling League, the Undertakers won three ponits from first place Coffins in Satur- day's matches at Pikeside Bowl, giving the Undertakers first place with a two point lead. Those roll- ing games of 100 or more were Steve Ruble, Beverly Moore, Gary Clay, Harry Collins, Laura Dor- sey and Tommy Tumblin. Tommy rolled 116-119 for high set of 235. The Knock Outs strenghtened their lead in the Prep Division to 1-~ points over the Pirates. The Jetsons and Roll A-Longs are tied for third place. Scores rolled by the members of the Knock- Outs were Michael Clay, 218, Johnny Baylor 169, Teresa Cline Pin Busters 30~ 13~ Rolling Pins 28 16 ~ nunderbirds 27 17 Comets 24~ 19~ Rolling Stones 23 21 Pin Splitters 23 21 Head Pins 22~ 21~ Early Risers 18~ 25~ Serewballs 18~ 25~ F'85's 18 26 Lucky Strikes 17~ 26~ Coffee Cups 13 31 ---0-- The Pin Busters moved into un- disputed possession of first place in the Ladies' Trio Bowling Leag- ue Wednesday morning, April 6, with a victory which gave them a game and a half lead. The Rolling Pins managed, however, to hold onto second place despite their loss. C. Gano rolled high single game score of 197 and also high set score of 518. The Thunderbirds rolled the high team set score, 1548 and the Pin Splitters had the high team game score, 562. Millie Anderson is still the lead ing bowler in the league with a 164 average, while C. Gano is second with a 158 average; D. Cline third with' 156 and Elaine Myers and C. Heishman are tied for fourth with a 149 average. MERCHANT-NOLAND BOWLERS DEFEAT ( F WOOD PARK RACE CO E 5 RACE CARD FEATURING A 152, and Faylee Kisner 158. Other SHEPHERDSTOWN 3-0 scores roiled were Jeff Smoot 109-187 set; Dean Viands 183 and The Merchant and Noland Chevrolet-Oldsmobile ladies' bowl- EACH DAY Mary Chamblin 180. Martha Cof- ing team scored a 3-0 victory over fin and Mary Chamblin rolled the Shepherdstown Register Mon- high game of 95 for the girls, day in action in the Bi-County CE LUNCH Middleburg ...... theDeanboysWaSandhighMaryaveragechamblinf 90 hadfr Major Ladies' Bowling League at Community Center high average of 79 for the girls. Shenandoah lanes. C. Gano led the Merchant and WRITE Or PHONE Noland team to victory with a $6.00 EACH 687 6333 182 high single game score and a high set score of 498. A. Scholt- |dA! 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