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.I !- t APRII:sp()_R_T_S_SECTION2:I,,9,1 ..- SECTION'--B ;on Will Hav.e rt Ff Ti . " , '- "* Thl" " t|dM~ . ,ll luj : II OF SIX TOP STATE SPORTS AWARDS onc~ V/ IMI II ,t w,,, .0 " ,ay ,. nf Them In t M., ~. County Baseball League. And there will be nine learns in league ~...___. -, , , competition this season instead of the eight of last year, providing ..... ~ .... Hundre" o~ ~" " ' -- * ...... four different battles~ each Sunday afternoon, from now until Sunday. me unaries Town .High oats: The Charles Town tIigh track I 100-yard dash'.. 1 - Cloud (CT),, ," ardent "ls~ t JetIerson~iounty s:: . : . I~ ~i~il '~ ~[~r[[~l~ ~.~M~'I]~ A~l~U:o3f0the league's veteran teams will be missing ~his season, and 7 ~2~tda ~ ~ ! "e;:d t!!~r df~ar l ~ '( hhot~s ...... there will be three new teams in action, iime by a close'3-2 score on their M01i~ay ~tern~on when thiy 2-Clo~'ld (CT)i 3:Cook (LC). Time ch on the state's streanls and ~ '__ The Martinsburg VFW batsmen and Strasburg. Va., two of the home imld. went to Leesbur- tVa ~ and scor- 25.0 seconds. !akes ear!y Saturday morning tot' n ct n nn league's strongest teams consistently, droppqd from league action. The Panthers, who had little ed a decisive 745 "to 4~} victory 440-yard dash" 1-Creamer CT~" ~ne m i)cml opening of the 1964: I! U ' " while Shepherdstown, Great Cacapon gnd a new team from Mar- trouble defeating the Applemen over the' Lowdown Country ttig[a 2-Furz: (LC);~a-Beard (CT) Tim'e trout nsmng season. r 1 r i I tinsburg, the Martinsburg Yanks have agreed to come in. in their opening encounter a trackmen in what was the first 57.4 seconds. "" The West Virginia Department ~_ -" " "_ . " _.- The schedule as released recently by League President Ed Chri~ week ago, at ~usseiman ,~ouna meeting of the two ,~hools in 880-yard run: 1-Dowden (LC), m Natural esou.r ,s ads esti- 7= " ' " . . me visitors naruer to nanole mis, , , . . mated that over xt~Jotm angwr~ man, shows that battles will be taking place Sunday at Leetown ....... track. 2-Moore (I,C), 3-Furz (LC). Time i ....... ' .... ~ ]0- " - "" ' g "; " " " ' man and 'Budd" Lanham of C'har" With the running events car- 2-Whitmore (CT); .3 Carper (CT) state's brown, brook, 1 n _ CIAL event of the season for Sleepy Hollow t30![ batsmen will be the guests. ~ , " ri,'n ...... e ......... ~,.o,a, /tract Time ~Tn ~oo,m," : . :~ . _ go de and ~I ' da but will o into les Town, with Musseiman hold .............ss~ ............... - .............. rainbow trout before the scala 'r brY is set for this Sunda- startin at 6 ,~ m in The Charles rown batsmen will be idle Sun y, g " . .... . . " .. : for them were somewhat slow Low hurdles" 1 Ray (LC); 2 ' ' 1 J,~, v. . . ing a z-o leaa on lne strengm ol .... " " somes to a close on Dec. 31. n room of the Charles Town Lo al Order of M actmn the following Sunday, May 3 on their home held . ' y oose ' " Spiker's long home run in the sec Charlie Jackson led the Pan- Carper (CT); 3.Whitmore (CT). The 1964 fishing regulation~ aner will be sezwed at 7:30 p. m... Shenandoah J ond frame thers scoring with wins in the Time-23.1 seconds. . permits a daily creel limit of Winging men-ily along with a neat $320,631 ni ;htly I ..&. .... tM:ll I ~,-,, UA,** r~A~ But in ihe sixth a Musselman high jump and 220-yard dash. 880-yard relay: 1-Charles Town eight, with only five of the eight ag aVerav-e throuo-h last Saturday H S 'Steve' i.t t lUWI! 111 I iqdllV lat, error an in 1 b Trni' JoneJohnny Williams, who had not (Cloud - JacKson, Strider - Riss- to be taken from impoundments ~' -, ~'" " w dis ge y e .s ..... 1 " ~ " , lr . been parhc~patmg m the prevmus er). Tnne - 1:46 Fishin licenses ma be oblai , latest to toss his hat m the race for mayor of knotted the count at 1-1. Then . , g , Y ned I']o ...... meets because of illness, led the Mile relay: l-Lowdown County. from the Count Clerk's offic Wvn' is.an ardent supp , z er of theBaltzmore Orioles Field Veteran n Charles Town Meredith Pol gr2OUble: :nd seer- Panthers in a clean sweep of the TURN TO PAGE 3--B TURN ToY GE or ., '.very qay zor the t~lr~s to win.. ~ates~ ~o ~e aa( e( -- -- . I -- i. , ** ~,::: - ~.~,~,=:.,,~.-..f~,.^sff~,].~,~ high hurdles, winning the event . , , " ZlClal faxrll] at Shenando h Downs is a M ah w pUL t te a eau u t;u ID1 se onds , I' " "Y ~ , ~ ", yn . ", " " 7 , C . flat. Second and , , learn 5unda learn lh|s J mmy Z mmermansPanthers ad , ..... n given the name of Ernest and auditor Y I ............... '-" ........ close on his heels was Wa)ne ~RClrO-- ~- -- ....... I ~ I uett anOther mSurauce run on an Whitmore with ~'al'er Car-"" ~,~-.t_ ~.= x- u [tas oeen appoln ea nlS tutor.. _ I ~ ;,,i,~,~ ,,,, , ~ t per, /f~..~ ,_ -- I., The L eetown, team of the, Tri-J Charles Town's entry in the Tri "'~Iussel"man threatened to ~ull Jr., finishing third. [..~rl'~'~]~ SAYS SO' On the bi board -~ +~'- ...... ] t;oumy uase~aiz League wm put I County Baseball League will have the game out of the fire in ~he In the other clean sweep which ~~ i'~zOWn R - . . ,, ~ ........... . a,,,-e "~1 a veteran team on the field Sun-[ an additional week in which to. o,..~,,t,,~'r,,~,,,~ .... ~,~h ...... .~c,,-,,,s; ........ a ,,,,the Panthers. registered, it was. . . ~~ ,..__ _ , ace Coulse. Summer Meeting - June 15 day when they open the 19641 get ready for their formal league .et,v ninohitto~" ~,,,~t x ;,~,,,~ h~,~ Mske tIoffmaster and again Will- i uSt .1'.. The letters are in blue on a gold back-I season on their home field at 2:301 opening as the result of having tams and Whitmore who accomp- ' ,~qanl~ ou, Leeds for the ti) Notic wh against the Sleepy Creek gatsmen drawn a b'e in the first round of ""~' ...... ~" ............. lish d t f "' v.... Y . ~'" 1 . ere a Vlr-i " . I ~ the rail- died ." e he eat, with Hoffmaster ~l[l~/~.,:Jl!~ ;y.r s writer has been quoted as saying that next year's " Jack Bureh, who along withl league nlav which opens Sunday .... ~ " . ...... winning with a jump of nine feet ~_ man basketball team which will conmst of Weir- Wayne Banks, are directing thel April 26. W~th nine teams m the to the Panthers fanned 11 and In the high jump Charhe Jack- "*ttll l~lI~ fresh . -... . s : . . ~. r .. , . ~plKer gave up omy mree nits . . . " "ur Williams and Ed Halward. Rt alL--'-n .... team, said Wednesday that a totall league this season one team will h,,, .U son cleared the bar at 4 ft 10 in- a .]I' ~,ra~hrl~ou~dCb]ieft~iodFOr~ug~aid/i;~;~v~i! O:ort17en;:laul: p~l~!Se h~e. bT~' b~a~:e ;?:wnS,Usnd~Yt:mndnit wWl~S :O~chhe(~ ;o::[lsega~eifitLa,~bh:?s~" ~:s on :h::2r~2dU~Pbea~dJ:rO~ I-, _' ..... " e ete ins of last I drew the first bye. ~ :'d "e~fect contr',l and did not in order to get a second and third ~ vi~ of erenee iI allowed to play with the varsity year's team and at least seven of This break suits Coach Kenny t wall~ asin-le batt'er finisher. It was Larry Creamer _ _ ~" _ -e order _co.e_ges _.. them will be in the starting line- Anders fine because with a lot, s " __ who finished second and Hummer ~ ~rl~B I~~.~ TURN TO PAGE 2-B TURN TO PAGE 3---B I of new faces working out with the[ I~ =I IF l and Whitmore tied for third. L' ~I-~I~lll~U I Charles Town team this season, { ranmpr/rar mpn Lowdown County breeded thro- ' .! lfBIMBIiliiMI'i -: :- - ;~~l~iI lit will give him another full m ...~,...~,R ~,, ugh the shot put with Keen e U~ ILIIIlIII, IUIIII ~~rl - - --- -:- m,'*~a~ _-- - - ] I week in which to look over his] ~I~.~I, AJ ~]~ [@ tossing the put 44 ft incn on I~.. m-.~,, , h~s first throw and that was the I ~ ~ I l i ~ [crop of prospects .before putting I/tJt~aJt'U /u 3,1 i ," " lUlIIIIlll i | IV"~II~-~ y ~ ~1r ~l~r~ I a starting team on the field. J Th- Cha- ........ i-'- t ..... winning toss. Peer of Charles ]~lM]V~- e hen xown n gu rac~ own fini T shed second and Pmr- i q d t!/It I mW tI] 1 I oT e Tow toea ' will and field team found .the Middle-, son of Lowdown County third, _... ................. UUHIIU i l e t'l tl / 1 I I ! I I I :~t'laTLe",,io"~ieZ'd ~Sunda~~ ~da~, 1 l own_ LMo.) ttgn tnmcm s m0 Cloud won the 100-yard dash xunmn IIIgHltl, OMI ON OUT ..... ,, n , s, ~ .strong ano .too weu.Dalancea to oe , " ll~l'0 ?--_ I3 And although there may be r;..m~n ~'.;n .... r ....... t u~a for Charles Town; Creamer the . _ _ _ W~d~#.a~tN$1~ ' '~~~-- --_--- -- ] ~ I some last minutes changes, Man- dletown and dropped a 70-53 de- " , . g o.ble ,,, I :i: II,: ::": Iol~ I gam..P Y 'scored for Middletown as he wonih]egtv~iigcthMt ar~lw~h~'d:hSe~trWnaeSp ry IthTh?~:r~s:em)-- I I! I - __Y II: ..... "" -- "-'- - ~ - -- - - - i [ Colin Dunbar Jer,~, Trout, Jer I the 100 and 220-yard dashes and I ..... - - : i / ry Frye, Paul' Cof'~man, J J, the pole vault to lead his team to I i I I~I /Smith. Irving Grey, David Longer 1the victory; . I [] I IN ,R~'~-.,,I~"~ ~7 .~%~ " ~ ' ............... ~ I ~'//" ~ / beam, Sonny Longerbeam, Gerald Jonnnie williams, Charlie Jack I 'I at IlIlIlIlII /Shipe, Kenneth Anders, Henry lson, Larry Peer and Mike Heft- I i I ... . _ : 931ilII I ]Woodard and Gene Hunn. I master won the four first place I i I 'charles Town ~,,I~______.~~,---~- .~, ~i~ ~~ / Coach Anders said if there are Ivietrles zor t;naries Town ana I " " ~)]~~ -' .-~ .... -: I I~ . - : - ! / an,, other ball ,,la,,ers who would relay teams composed of Jackson, I s v s l d " " " ..... ~ ~ [still like to try for the team, they ICE t~o'hR~s~erl~ns~eWh!tmre and I c II .l II& I / ; di,bg t W leCg omne e/dry u: Creamer won ,i e 880 eai:ra y III/I RIIAI rl p, ," ~ ': . and the mile relay for Charles / day even'ng at 5:30 and Sunday at , n... . I IIIl IIl lll PII'I, ~'~:~ :: ,~.- 2 p, m. for workouts. Additional i'~]]'liams finished first in the ~ I IlrIIl llI-IIIl J 1",(~2~ /pracUce sessions will also be next hi-h h,,.a, ..... ;th ~ ,;.,., o.ro I ~ I]V" "f~ /Mongay. April..27, We dnesday:!seconds, with Wayne Whitmore I ~ ~ . , ~ .--.,. < : l; III / prn zv amt rrl tay, may2 at finishing second II -- Jeans. in Men s Isizes ~-~- i:i~I~ [~ ~ ~/I ir~ I 0:30 p. m Daylignt Saving "rime. Jackson won "th^ hi-h ~um" I O : ........ ........... , e ~; J V I m ~k In l$1a~g uiiv ' -- wi h a . , e or Wheat ~~~~ !l~ ~] ~ --~~ ~ l t leap of 5 ft. 11 inches, I / 51 I l'nnf l = A I Peer won the shotput with a toss I . , ~~/~] ~ | " ~ v ~*v ~.... ul~ ]0f 40 ft. 6 inches and Hoffmaster m ,len s Blue Denim Wranglers at 3.49 ~7 .... " 'I~:: _.~n~l ~]~ >;:'~ I ,, - ,, ,, . ,, l won the discus with a tOss of 110 I |] , / vet ans to Meet At 8 inches. I: / / ---- - I ' Boys Sizes 8 to 18 In / Shad- Rest , ,, ,,, - I Blue Bl I,, = .ii =-- $ , . i [] , aek, C~re~, Wheat J[ I i What Do You Need;I i or Olive. / / The Henry Kyd Douglas Camp,/ c.. v.,, ? I L " ~- ~ / Sons of Confederat,~ Vot~arnn~ | I[UIi~lIi III .... I I~. / will' hold their April mee'ti'ng'and l ' I q Tots Sizes 3 to 6x In Blue. ........