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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 13 Connie Hammann To Toss : = ! Out Opening Pitch; Four , Gam AtHa ownD iamon . /% former outstanding pitcher for the Jeffer- Coun High Cougar batsmerbis currently enjoying ty :lo-Pitch Softball Blue Ridge Rangers against utstanding season for the Garrett Communiy League fo. the 1982 season will Local 87 and the fourth game : L-,O ~ [ get underway Sunday after- will match the Blue Ridg, e ~" ege baseball team in McHem-y, Md. accor- noon on the two softball Rangers against Eddie s, [ to Phil Caruso, head baseball coach, ke is diamonds at Halltown, with all winners of 100 games in 1981. i [~:~/ an outstanding job both on the mo, : d and eight teams in the league Pierson said aU teams in the mplate. To date he has compiled a i-0 pit- seeingaction, league have been asked to be record with a team lead of 25 strikeouts in Jim Pierson, league present Sunday for the ~ ~.~ [ president, said prior to the fir- opening ceremonies preach- ~'3w.~ ~ ,innings he has pitched. He is currently the st of the 4 games, there will tations N . " . . a Roth md leading hitter for the Lakers with a bat- be a bnd opening ceremony The 1982 season will commt By noj :average of .333. He has also played some at 12:30 p.m with Of 18 games being played by -= = SATURDAY WAS "DEDICATION DAY" FOR NEW ;tanding defensive positions. Coach Caruso Connie Hammann, of the each team with the league On Ladies' Dav we had Halltown Paperboard Corn- p]ayoffs to come at the end of annt-h~r nr~v rh-v'l'mtnnt'fn-r ed that Mike has played 5 different positions pany, t~ out the first ball.theseason. I"-t w'~'~too--"w~-~l~'a'~amBASEBALL SO}RE ARD AT JEffERSON HIGH season and has handled over 45 chances in Then at 1 p.m the Charles Pierson said persons having ~d" very Saturday afternoon was dedication time for the all new electric ; field and made only 5 errors. On the all-state Town Mo e Club 948 team, any ,q stions about the l d'to scoreboard which was only recently installed at the Jefferson High School year at Jefferson High as a pitcher, Mike has champions of the league in the league $ operations should earache only been a big plus to a powerful Laker pit- l lseason, and runners-up in contact him or Butch Loy. The urnament day baseball field and coming to Jefferson County to participate in thespecial ar " g staff thaLhas recorded 135 strike-outs to the state playoffs, will go up Both e serving as league was "Most4's"with-laa~'dio~ program was Brooks Robinson, former star third-baseman for the against the All Mountain commissioners. There-w~s-a~r~'~a'~-~i-[h Baltimore (Md.) Orioles baseball team. Prior to coming to Jefferson f-or the- WVU Sp rts Sch larship F md. And and a team ERA of 2.84, programsbut a very bigthe L Og' L[lll4ql k Washtngtm, D.C. will " " also representing the Moose Chapter; Dave Cheshire of the Charles Town '--' ' ,l pcIS. S II All diner r Blood batsmen. The public m invited and Rubv a High School, Brooks had been in Shepherdstown, meeting, greeting and sant surprise at the plate and in the field, The second game will pit urged to attend league games and'Mar~"Smi""~'~;rTne~"~"l~ signing autographs for members of the Shepherdstown Little Baseball eh Caruso stated, Mike is a tremendous Mays, the 1981 playoff chain-which will be played on had six 4's PoU--v-Mcc-re-'w League, Although Brooks did not get to see the Cougars play as he had t.l titor and if the season ended today, he pions against the Good die Tuesday and Wednesdaythe hall for hoped to, because of the extremely long game between Musselman and kl get my vote as team's M.V.P." Mike has Boys. evenings, and also on Sun- Beth Prin av" in the " "--" le a very quick adjustment to college Then in the third game of days. right out of the match. Her Lincoln High Schools, the first of two games played that afternoon, he did . ball. He is enrolled in the Building Construc- handicap took her under 4's make a lot of youngsters happy by signing his autograph to baseballs, ql Ilk I" s manyholes. She shot four over cards, slips of paperl etc before he had to depart. The above picture par with her handicap Beth is Curriculum at Garrett Community College. 10 I earns I affl 1Date tr%trovernent shows, along with Robinson, the people from Charles Town and Shepher- dstown who made the baseball scoreboard available to Jefferson High -- this year. School. They are as shown: (left to right)---John Lowery, head coach of P-DERICK CAGERS TO FAIRMONT-- i l s m We have a birdie tree in the rrnont State College has signed two of the top lnnn nauu I-I OO locker room. Each time a the Jefferson batsmen; Raymond Frazier, superintendent of Jefferson cers on the Frederick High School Maryland J%lll II Olllklll rl player scores a birdie they County Schools; Bud Stambaugh, of the Heritage Builders; Nelson record it on the Birdie Tree. Robinson, president of the Shepherdstown Jaycees; Robinson; White ss B Championship basketball team. Elvin p . s = Dot Brown was the first one Bookman, of the Charles Town Moose Chapter 948; Wayne Smallwood, lison and Mark Hoy, who led Frederick to the reported to me. She had a four e championship will continue their cage,a l)L"l-|l,l Hlournament on theparSsixteenth. eers at Fairmont State next year according to 'me course is beginning to Moose, and Jean Kershner, who was one of the founders of the scoreboard One of the ton tr ai will b awnra t, look very good. I want to thank project. TheShepherdstownJayceesandJaycee-ettes, the Moose Club of Cooperhead, coach of the Fairmont toumamentse n. l,**,*--'" st-"-- cond an- l is responsible for Charles Town and Heritage Builders spearheaded the financial drive for eons.Hoy, a 6-foot-l shooting guard averaged in Jefferson Co mty ill' ake win ers in both the" .work on the.ladi ' tees. the scoreboard. (Photo by Eddie Davis) Ma u we can get some . points per game the past season as pace y 7, 8, 9 at the and losers brackets of play. drinta,watero the course derick went 23-3. Addison, a 6-3 center, Leetown Park softball Snow said alth there ~.~.qs . . o- gh uur tournament cnair coached crew will host raged 20.1points per game. u ,unu,mu De no charge mr me =rson Charlotte n seb " The tournament, being softball games, attractive W=ve~ .~ ~ .'~='.'~'.'"~' Cou~a a a ~.~= on. directedby John Snow, long programs carrying the names me the o Lum .-- The past week was a namenus mr me year we wm active and a partic mnt m of the tournanmnt teams and off ": productive one, with Jefferson WFOOTBALLCOACH--JimAlkirehasbeen Jefferson County fm pitch their schedule of playing scoring victories over ned as the new head football coach at Ham- softball activities, will be limes, will be available at $1 "" ":" "--" "~. "~ "~" Ill I I I 1 lilllV h Izmdoun Valley (13-2); Bishop ire.High School, succeeding Roy Pyles, who known as the "Jol~ Snow" each. Snow said here wiU also 0ate. has no:. seen ==.=r= -w Ireton (34-0); Liberty- tgne I some time ago. Jim has taught in Ham- Class "A" Fast pitch In- be a concess n stand in a mr me Mem - v tatmnal." operatmn throughout the ,=. 11 l,4); and Liberty (9-I). hre County schools for the past 13 years and Memoer as yet xne Clarksburg (4-2); Lincoln (14- ~nowsaidaetionin~hethree- tournament and T.~ will:'.~-~-"-:~.""L"".-- ~", In la./loVe,In the Loudoun Valley ,as served as assistant Varsity track coach ann mn zne tlanmcap day sports event will et be sold for each . .' g $5 . i v= contest, Brian Lloyd was the [assistant I sketball coach, He is a native of . tournament will run tne underway Friday evening, and was graduated from Romney High May 7 at e 30 -an. and from m, = .A - month d June The Cham winning pitcher, upping his 1964, where he played football under then then until at mmng ontes w= more man nan a u'tuy record to 4-0. He attered flv, season under its belt, the a long a'etch of good hit. over the shortened flve- Ctl "Roger Parker. He was graduated from me monm of August. m w JeffersonHigh School ealher, two games were cn.u k out four gamewillbeDlayedtherewm It& I~D: CNINI,f September we will have the " this ~' ~ baseball team is rolling along postponed week St. Iked seven At lerd College in1969, beatotalof' am, nlayed ~[ I[~lR r ~q[j~ Member-Guesttom'nan~nton and wa m high gear, sporting a great Maria Goretti on Monday and imo cn,ars " "~--*-'~'" and "* " the 9th and the final tour- l~-2recm'd. Randolph~acon Tuesday. :lle .tecl'a'tota{'d-l :led m both , laser's brackets of lavt,ex out tae tackle namem wm me s This is pleasurable for not Park View was to be a Wed- h, Bill Ballenger with a DTBALL TICKETS FOR SALE--Orders for i. ' ame and fillupthe cooler and come Tournament on the 16th and only the team itself, but to .mmday ogpon t, at Park uble and Carlt Branson wl'mn th~ Whn4 Mental nr.I af uown [o Dig 1~ 011 ule~tm. son and individual game tickets for West f Coach John Inwery, who likes view. with homer Troy University's 1982 football season are the ton fast hitch soRball or adayof6shL . a moran . . r thing better than to watch Today, a doubleheader with omr, h also had a double t~-~-t,t ~, r~ area afl l[tffLTIleJ~IUOU~[y ~rtrlnO /llrl[~ the development of y(mn@ters FranMort~wfllbeplayed ~"~*~m~e" McDonough also Oeing accepted and applications to past win -, -,- ,h= =av n wers Parks and Recreation be 6 on the ball dianmlzL at Shenandoah Junction at 1 had a two-run homer :.et holders and members of the Mountaineer ""-" ho=,- - ,- -. ,-,==,5 on And develop they have, o'clock;Saturday,the 'Ph Ri hcw Trpt nn uIleWa e.mte~u3~i% Jt(a~J~ tnrllae~ as* v.-- ,*v S~k,m,~l = ~ IJ[--, ~ ~ a L'maLmLaAm " t ""'- -- letic Club have already been mailed. The watch *,~*,willbe ,~ ~, ma.v ~ a, uom o '~llaM~KIIIll rM# lt~lll~ from then- initial starts back Cougars Vek o Mercersburg a runaway somethin. Coach tz',=o*,~ * ~=nainu .m. to4 p.m. akmg the b" in la ~' "-" son paeket is priced at $66.00. whiehineludes "-" a -.-,te March. The pitching for a.other double bin; next Low,' lain fie-- be at can t e . He said with Maryland, (Sept. 18); Richmond, givenBl mery road. Prizes will beto the winners in three bblerWeSt Virgffda'sseas l opened1982 ~in. all nan always men umre, me ,u u.y, ,~v~ rma, wm Iretonhad a 5.1 record butin p .25); Boston College, (Oct. 9); PennState, different classes: biggest ties April and will hasimproved, andthe Martinsburg; and next hitting, a question mark, has Wednesday, the Lowery TURN TOPAGE 14 bass, b eat caffi,b :t. 23); East Carolina, (Oct. 30), and Charles iggestcontinue through May 15, - -- overall and will be sullied acuse, Nov. 20. Individual game tickets areTown Lodge batmmm. -- ' " " z" %w. accoramg to me wuame Save When You Buy ~.w .uoo . ~~,' E/~ON ) now available at $11 each. For more infor ~ Town tion aleut the tickets contact the Moun- mteh team the We Try harvmt is expected if weather St TCket0ffice, P.O. Box 877, Morgantown, team -anoth Jef. conditions are favorable. fer nn nnntv m This tree must. De r mterea to Shooting hours for spring ,or teaephone 304-293-3541 or 800/352- tm- wm may turkey hunting are from o~e- toll freein WestV a. d erea, regmmr W p cmng up abald hour bdore sunrise to ll llll lllllll lllll lql a. o v-,'. "'-'~ " " and regi. aiion form rules at . ~v, mi ,~ ,~ ~ah~ a the 11.00 a.m, and hunters are not -- -.o-- t um . . . etmer western A,J & L allowed m the woods afler 12 EDum s'rAm EAW' G--Vr d e Sta .oo Z ct o= "-" .- mm tlea'e non omce ondevices and doos are very personable manager of the Charles c twi lw gether .Lib C to.f .regi .a . prohibited. TurkeysOmust be Charles Town Countryside Concerts vnDivision of the John R. Oliver Real Estate,"" -T' ""' =~'="~ ~'-'~ m muy ~ toe me w~ote (my field taPPed innnediately and Merle Haggard T.G. Sheppard Marty Robbins n.pany, is going from selling real estate into .nanes Town anu ,4 as ": -, a,= ,-a v repor to an mnctat Saturday, May 22 Friday, June 18 Saturday, July 10 -r, ing.for Little League Baseball Leagues Monarch Club a w ingto m You -. o, 2-~; -,~ 7= "-" -," register I~ ~ your nameand before being ~rammorted e.mentary schools. Freddie has taken a Dr n,;o ,m the "-"'T a." "":- ----a =,-, cnecmngsmno, atmrmemu Friday night acuo and address with a %-- Job with the Nasco Company of Springfield, at S . myom me aommarms oz messed, and his job will be to travel over the - -~ ~ ,--- ,- ,-/ -. i "-"''-Otaki~ .check tot ~ to .me Jmm~. county ad~em to that ill = m. t %.= ,- the t mty Far aria tleereatzon which the kill is made ry.h,inchld Washington Cougty and,ers o('wo,h otm-D C C.T. by on thetake two bearded turkey ,~ ----.o---, ="" aay of the contest, a ; ,~,= i s .n ff.um, D.C and stage fundraising events and . -- - -- Little Leagues, junior baseball, basketball amen of Lebanon, Pa The check-ln and limited to one .per day If two ,o( ball, and also athleUc in in one and .m be are mice. m - spring, an turkey k entary fields. Fh'eddie has gained many TmnsTropicalandR ,bol known as the 'B gEddy t be taken in the f ll teams from W--n, D.C. on Bloomery Rd from C.T. m~Y .not " ~:~gajl~.~,~l~.~l~ and had acquired an even larger number meei to the Lamng me it i mason, mtances since coming to Charles Town --- ---- " '----'---- harv--'--' -- Two more games ma. e and make a lefl at the " ? the John R. Oliver Company operations. In played at 9:m azn. bridge, into Bleemery Road. heeSt m mal r o ling us goodbye Freddie said he did not know mcraing, with the Nanemu Go almut l mile to Big Eddy on . 2 ) would replace him in the Cha xles Town post. Premium ~ of An- your right, ltegistratton will me lxuanom. mine =pot . m. .t )RTS BANQUET--The annual Mountaineer ' -'-'- of -'"" "-" "-- -' this tl Cml to diamo~ and the 49 (~ only ~.00 ~ you may enter make the "--' --~'-- Baltimore, meeting tbe m many-fu you want tn . . letic Club sports banquet be held Satur- ?m-ms of washington, v.t;. m my or all clams, mm m some oz me rm zn z ', May 22, at the Elks Club in Martinsburg, the second game. eight countiem. . Mickey Gilley & MoP Bandy & Ricky Scagg$ o- to our good WVU alumnus James At 11 am. Salarday met- Johnny Lee Gone Watson Saturday, September 4 - .ingthe Kitty Bawks of ll) Morison. This will be o.e of a WINCHESTER Smut=y, July 31 Iturday, August 21 a sports dinners held around the state to raise with ttmton', a ,a,t *Sixl9tuuoncerts ,emat the Martinslmrg banquet which will p yedFad,liMlk=,o ,;,drn onSS.O0 in at 6: 30 p.m.dinner, will beWithas cial hour, followed bYDon Nehlen, head football meeting in the tint round a * Plus an Album c at West Virginia University and Gale erwce rarzs l cou e" I head basketball coach at West Virginia Pla 'l :mSaturdaytwomore TOYOTA-MERCF F BENZI *And Catlettwillaceept tournament play .I~I ~ New and Used Cars and Trucks = racing program P0'S~ O|l~.e E~x 551 Char~es Town West V,rg~ma 25414 " i i nSoffr m$ i.00th Seis beingpresentasked" M-'ofOrmOneach personSam'" a of mmm, t Z tPlaY Over ZOOand onUnit Sorderin Stock" A $40 entertainment' value tor just S25. I ling banquet, with all the fits meet t, o,e add * Washington (No Toll) 737.2323 i 'rot pro from Season tlckels wit! onsateAptit21at ! - .m me WVU Athletic Schol h; .=.=. v M o,oo,0 S leS" " ---,-=w Cm,oma, M $,o esmFre0erickan ata,malllmore (NO/OIl) 685-0200 T,cketron Ioc~teon$, Season tickets are ~imited ~ a .-- . ,or rang more information about wm meet. PHONE: 1 - 703 - 667 - 9200,a ea$ ( u4)/25-7001 wa-nt to make a $35 donation wie cempletion e~ l~r- aMlll l ./Sll ! (kma. tii s tiould him at 725-50 1. SEASON TICKERS at Heck s, Heck's Plaza, Charles Town t=meat Play ~ ~' )