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0P JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SECTION B---SPORTS. PAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1959 VIEWS BY MAX BROWN DOWNS OPENED it's $50,000 track with a $1.25 dinner of roast beef, top- Carroll kitchen mana atsmen W!II Fismon Re.eleded 1"o Appeals Board; AgainHelp ton. Plans To IncreaGames Rejected Open Season May 3 With his plans for a lengthy practice session halted by rain, snow and cold weather last Sunday, Manager Wood- row Walters of the Charles Town Legion baseball club was hopeful of some good weather for this coming Sunday in Approval of eight revisions to the constitutions and by-laws of the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission and the re-election of W. Gordon Eis- mon, principal of Charles Town High School, were the main feat- ures of the business session of the State Principals Thursday after- noon at the Shenandoah Hotel in Martinsburg. i Eismon who is vice president of :the Board of has been The cold and rainy weather of last Prlday and Saturday knocked out all baseball and track action set for those ,two days, but by Tues day afternoon the baseballs were ~lying around the section again :and if the wea,ther continues to warm up by this Friday and Satur action Trout Streams i ln County Stocked For Teams Will Go Into Action On Legion Field At 1 Interest and COml)etition in track and field events will hit a new peak in Charles Town Saturday when seven scholastic track an(I field teams meet on the Charles I own Legion field for the est event of this kind to be held in Charles Town.