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I I I U --- SPORTS SECTION --- DON RENTCH --- SPORTS EDITOR LOCAL COVERAGE - SCORES - PICTURES OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE APRIL 21, 1966 SECTION---C M AX BROWN Waiting For The Word, We Note: to some of our Charleston scribes, there's a battle giong on behind the curtains as to whether J ,r Hulett Smith will give Joe Condry's job as chair- the racing commission back to him for another term, (State Liquor telTn has expired), or give Clarence Ellmore's son-in-law Pat West, a former Los Angeles pro football player the job... Politicans who say they the know, tell us that Governor Hulett promised he would re,name h!m to the post again, but for reason or another hasn t done so as yet.. Others tell st Brother Ellmore, who has been busy keeping the - rs well fertilized all over the state, wants the job for Son-in-law and has placed the hot potato squarely in Hulett's lap.. While we do not know Mr. Ellmore's and have never met him, we can not enlarge on !ications as a member or chairman of the State Commission. We do know Joe Condry, who has a of racing background knowledge and seems to handle ob very ably as far as we have been able to learn. It will tceedingly interesting to see just who dogs come under Wire first, displaying the Governor's colors... RNING LINE: Leeds Riely to be put back in that big eft vacant, by Lou PQndfield at Charles Town Race . The track l as never been the same since Leeds de- , as far as we are concerned anyway... ITATIONS have been issued to all members of Sleepy Golf and Country-', 'Club by Dr. and Mrs. Marshall to a buffet supper, beginning at 6:00 p. m., D.S.T., A special team event will open the season Sunday omes being drawn by the olf committee. Some to forty members, men and women, are expected at 12:30 p. m... KOVENS, president of Ch,,.rl Town Race Course, several days here this/veek taking a look at the rading eXcavaHn work which is oimz on at his track. Talking yesterday, he told us that he was well pleased with saw and that Charlie Funk was certain to have in top shape for the opening on June 6th.. OMAR BRADLEY was a visitor at Shenandoah last Sa+urdav night. He was zreet d by general man- l ob I avitt, who s rved in the 3rd Armored Division du. n " World War II, when Mr. Bradlev the General. "I once worked for you," Bob said, as the hand of his former boss.. SIMS, head man of football at Charles Town High if he can schedule Clarke County Hi h's powerftd or some other nearby school, he will drop Bruce because of the long travel distance between here and Maryland, home of the Bruce gridders.. This good sense to us... BRILL, our Intertype whiz says he'd be a rich man tracks had a betting pool on the horse that finishes each race !.. t r--. r= for a spell and permit the sec- Richard Harmison tion's schoolboy baseball and track teams to get on with play- T#~ ~ ~ft$~t~P ~A~ ing their scheduled contests, =v ~ ~i~m,~ mvm there will be action aplenty for the rest of the season. With a number of baseball and track teams already faced with some make-up contests, the action is going to have to be extra heavy from now on if all the postponed contests are to be made up. The weather man did relent briefly over the week-end and early this week long enough for the schoolboy teams to uet in one round of action. But Wednesday he was once again threatening to bring a halt to all ac[!vity. This afternoon at least three games were on tap in the section, one of them on the Charles Town High field, between two undefeat- ed teams - Martinsburu and Char- les Town: and at the Baker V. A. Center diamond St. Joseph's was playing host to Harpers Ferry High. Berkeley Springs High was also scheduled to play at Williams port this afternoon Friday afternoon the sectional sports spotlight will be shared by baseball and track, with at least two baseball games on tap in Berkeley County and Charles Town High's track team traveling to Brunswick, Md., for a dual meet there with Brunswick and Walkersville. The Friday baseball card shows Charles Town and Martinsburg meeting on the Baker V. A. Cen- ter diamond at 3:30 p. m. and Shepherdstown at Hedgesville at 2p.m. The Shenherd College baseball ers are also scheduled to play host to the Washington D. C. Teachers Friday in a game set for 2 p. m., Saturday,q sports card shows one baseball game, that one at Berkeley Springs. with the Ind- ians hosting the St. Joseph's Cat- holic High boys of Martinsburg in a night contest at 8 p. m. Next week's action will be ex tremely heavy with some of the teams t~ing to ~play make-up games along wRh their regular schedule. For instance Tuesday afternoon St. Joseph's will be at Charles Town High for a return game with the Panthers at 2:30 and that same afternoon Harpers Ferry will be at Shepherdstown for a 3:30 battle Wednesday afternoon the Char les Town High track and field team will move back into action after a layoff of more than a week when they entertain the Harpers Ferry trackmen iri a dual meet at Charles Town at 4 p. m. Friday's baseball schedule will find Martinsburg High at Shep- herdstown in a 1:30 battle and Harpers Ferry at Charles Town for a game at 2:30. Shepherd Banquet FRIEDLY CLASS TO HAVE SUPPER MONDAY The Friendly Class of the As- bury Methodist Church will have a covered dish supper, Monday, April 25, at 6 p.m. at the church. The families are invited. Read The Spirit.Advocate ~.~....mm.D NININGER, the "Flying Redhead" from nearby Jeff- Maryland, won the opening 25 lap Modified Feature night at the Winchester, Va. Speedway. He won in the Duncan Bros. Special, a 396 Chevrolet.. BASEBALL managers on the hot spot: Johnny Keane whose sixth place finish broke a chain of five pennants; Billy Herman of the Boston Red Sox, Tt RN TO 2--B SPORTS MACHINE MILLER 'AUTO SALES (3 Miles South On Rt. 522) The Honda Spor~ 50's price is only half the story. It's a gas sipper: 200 mpg. Flashy but sturdy: over 50 from 4-atrolm GOcc OHV engine. Other virtues: 4-speed trans- mission, manual clutch, cam- brakes. Sheer fun to own. ~INCHEsTER, VIRGINIA lf0NDA 50cc CUB -- (To Be Given Away F-R-E-E)" CO ae In And Register Between March 1 -- April 30 (Must Be 15 Years Old or Older To Register) I~OURS -- 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M. -- Monday Thru Friday Saturday -- 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M. The Ladids' Golf Association of! the Sleepy Hollow Golf and Cou- ntry Club held it's first Ladies' Day of the 1966 season Thursday, April 14, and there was a fine turnout. The weather was fine for golf ing, the first such fine day in a week and 14 members were pre- sent for the short business meet- ing which was followed by re- freshments of coffee and buns provided by President Hammann. The group also enjoyed a session of watching the new color tele. vision which has been installed in the club house. During the business session several new rules were adopted for play. RICHARD HARMISON Richard (Dick) Harmison, for- mer head coach of athletics at ChaHes Town and Martinsburg Tournament Chairman Nancy on Ladies' Day so they can get ready to tee-off at 9:15 a. m. Polly Moore, Home-and-Home Chairman reported on golf match- es with other clubs. She reported matches have been scheduled with Frederick, Md., Martinsburg, Purcellville and Carper's Valley, Va. After the meeting some 10 of those present played some golf. They reported the course to be in beautiful shape. ! team scored a 4-0 victory over the W. Harley Miller bowlers Mon- day in action in the Bi-County Ladies Major Bowling League at Shenandoah Lane~ Millie Anderson was by far the star of the match as she came up with a great 266 single game and an equally outstanding set score of 615. And it was this outstand- ing performance which led the Merchant-Noland team to the victory. M. Bowers rolled the high sin- gle game score of W. Harley Mil- ler's, a 224 and also high set score of 544. Other set scores were: for Mer- chant-Noland, D. Cline, 515; c Gano, 530; M. Kitchell, 500; and Action in the Tri-County Base. ball League will get underwaY, Sunday on four different fronts, with two of the four battles tak- ing place in Jefferson County. With four of the eight teams in league play this season from Jeff ersen County, local fans will have plenty of opportunity to see some league action just about every Sunday. In the opening league battles Sunday, Leetown and Shepherds town will be playing at home, with Charles Town and Bakerton the other two county league en- tries, on the road. Bakerton one of the two new league entries this season, will be at Shepherdstown, and Sleepy Creek, one of the top teams in the league last season, will be at Leetown. The Charles Town team, man- aged by Kenny /~lders and Bar- ney Mills, will be at Great Caca- TURN TO PAGE 2-B Thoroughbred |acln|'| Back at Shenandoah A pair of victories by Roymond ] (S), Fox (HF), Manuel (HF) Dis B. Kisner, 362. Set scores of W. High Schools, now assistant foot Johnson and George Grantham, itance 141 ft. 6 in. Harley Miller's were: M. Sr0|th, ball coach at Virginia Military led the Shepherdstown High track i 440.yard relay: Shepherdstown 448; E. Gerwig, 418; P. Bowers, Institute, Lexington, Va, will be and field team to a one-sided vic-] C. McDonald, Dunmore, R. Mc- 445; M VanMetre, 394; and Bow- the guest speaker for the Shep- tory over a small and inexperienci Donald and Johnson. Time 50.00 era, 544. herd College All-sports banquet ed Harpers Ferry squad Monday- sec. to be held Monday at 6:30 in the at Shepherdstown. I 880-yard relay: Shepherdstown crrGo SPLITS MATCH college cafeteria. Johnson scored victories in the I Kldr~k, Moore, Weller and Light " " WITH CLOUD'S ELECTRIC Harmison, who began his coach 100.yard and 220-yard dashes and I cap. Time l:aSa. mg career in the Fall of 1951 as ~.~.,~ ..... +~ ~,,, ,,,,, ~n The Citgo Community Oil Corn- an assistant In tooIoall I;OIn -'SCUS a ol i m. s events, pany ladies bowling team of then head coach H r d (Z p): L ....z --~ aft- -rest suc^^ss ! The Romme-coached T~ger Charles Town, broke even 2-2 ~/tho|xd||n| ~,~, , .,,u ur g i squad could not match the ex- I with the Cloud s Electric team in at ~narms Town ne wen~ on to, ~-~i-h, -- w ..... ~ad ~^* I oenence and depth of the defend ] J action in the Bi-County Ladies' TW|~ ~U~|@ :"~: ..... ?'~ *:~" ~'"~- ~'~"li I ing sectional champions coached I i Major Bowling League Monday at oatl coacn anu later neaa ot at h "ill "~sbo ' The runners are back sports. Then in 1965 he moved on I ~l,sUo, t~rnmeet. I ]Shenandoah Lanes. at $he,,ndoah, and th,t me0m~ I Dot Brown led the Citgo team ~e Twin Double'. to an assistant football coaching "'~,o.~ n:~h. ~'.~ .... tq~. I I in its split with Clouds rolling a back In taws. job atVMI .... ~,,-v ,, ,.-o,,. -~-.,o-- ,~.,,, (tie) Dunmore (S) and Hall (HF) At this banquet tribute will be McDonald (S) Time 10 6 sec I ------- 1 218 high game score and a 547 Go Shenendoah ton;ght .... artici ' " ........ " A two.run homer by catcher ' high set score. The Citgo team for more raring fun. pa~d t all thse wh have P' ' 220"yarddash: Jhnsn (S)Hall' Le~ Duncan nrv'd t~ be the ha da ttal pinfall f 2295" ..... a /~~~,i~NDO~rH|I~O '|'' pated in any of the college s l (HF), Weller (S), Moore (S). ! 1 cave the Shenherd Col Set scores for the CRgo te m sports programs, with the high- i Time 243 sec I b ow that ........ - , .... . .... e h .... lege baseballers their second con- were: r'ranc~s Edwaras,.a~, ~mr- hght of the program to b t e I 440-yard dash: Clark (S), Jen- I secutive victory of the season, the [ey rLeczrnan, ~; .~elen .Don: naming of the mos[ ou~ san cfing I k ins (S),Ca rter (S), Fa uble (HF) ! t DOWN; senmr athlete of 1965-66, school ITime fi0 0 see I latest one coming Monday after, ~a; uma.y ~moot, a~*t; an(/ Dot noon over Frostburg State Teach- ~rown, ~. i year. ~ I 880-yard ~n: Lehew (S), G. ] ers Colleg by a 3.2 score on Fair- ' Breeden (S). Lancaster (HF), ] fax field, in Shepherdstown. ] Attend hmlrch q lln ;w I...;., B..J~..IJ U.. Ballenger (HF). Time 2:11.3. | I.UUIb rUIIUH~IU flu Mile' H Breeden (S), Ballen- Duncan's fourmaster followed l .......... e .......... Jr m ,~.., ,~a m ! ger (HF),' T. Housden (S). Time [ a single by shortstop Ronald Ha- ~$ zott~ ~ mm~t milton and broke Frostburg's four Subscribe To The Sp|rit-Advoeat~ Longer WlTII ~narmes 5~ r 1 ~ h ca S t "Low hu d es: L'g t p (), l game winning streak. (tie) Fauble (HF) and Dotson~ Dwain Donaldson, Larry Cain Town Turf Club, Inc. (s) J. Housden (S). Time 23.9 and Tommy Thomas, who retired the last batter, combined to hold O P P 0 R T U N I T Y ! Irvin Kovens, President of the Charles Town Turf Club, Inc., operators of the Charles Town Race Course, announced today that Louis Pondfield, general man ager of the plant, is no longer associated with the West Virginia racing center. Pondfield said in New York that he had resigned as pre-arran ged when Koven and associates obtained control of the track. Pondfield explained that he had agreed to stay on until the new owners became familiar with the operation. He said the resignat- ion became formal at a meeting in New York last week. Ponfield and Herman and Ben Cohen sold control of the track to Koven and his group. Pondfield previously was vice-president and general manager, of the Pim- ilco track in Baltimore. @ BEER--A big boost to the economy! The brewing industry each year contributes over 1.4 billion dollars in federal, state and local excise taxes. Wages and salaries in the brewing industry account for almost 500 million dollars, and the purchase of packaging materials from, other in- dustries runs over 550 million. So next time you enjoy a cool, refreshing brew after hard work or play, remember--BEER is good in more ways than one! UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. BOX 1829GHARI.EETON~ W. VA, @ sec. High jump: Miller (S), Hall~ (HF), McDonald (S). Height 5 ft. 9 in. Pole vault: Hamstead (S), Cra- ven (HF). Height 10 ft 6 in. Broad jump: Johnson (S), R. McDonald (S). Craven (HF), Fau ble (HF). Distance 18 ft 2 in. Shot put: Grantham (S), Mau- ck (S), Taulton (HF), Jackson (HF). Distance 41 ft. 8 in. Discus: Grantham (S), Hilliard Frostburg to seven hits including a pair of doubles by Reynolds. Cain, who pitched 4~ innings in relief of Donaldson, got the win. Duncan, Thomas, Hamilton and Casey Delauter each had two hits for Shepherd One of Thomas' blows was a double in the third. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Good men needed with experience in plumbing, heating or air conditioning, pipefitting and mechanical equip- ment. Welding experience helpful but not necessary. Good company, pl ant working conditions, some travel, good pay, fringe benefits. Write Box B-231, c/o The Spirit of Jefferson.Advocate for interview. April 14-tf- ~t "'It's a NORTHCOOL from w w KASRE'S MENS _..) 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