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. Sleepy Wi Tri-County fiat 01d Man Weather coop- r "the l-- ague scored a somewhat of rfe 'tly the curtain was :an upset 11-6 victory over the m( ~y afternoon on play Martinsburg VFW Post batsmen [96 Tri-County League on the Winchester diamond. , , season with two new Lyle Catlett pitched a stead) the league meeting with seven hitter and recorded eight L their first time out. strikeouts to pace Tomahawk's lance a team from Tom victory. The husky righthanaer dch came into the leag- was in serious trouble only in the last minute when a Mar- fourth inning ,when two errors team dropped out be- and Jack Ellis homer produced the lack of a playing all of the losers' runs. I,h~ close 4-3 decis!on Tomahawl~ overcame the Ber- ,~.' tou~ea l~erKeiey keley Place lead in the sixth. Af- un the Tomahawk ala ter the bases were loaded on an same time the leag- champions, the scored a close over the Leetown team diamond; Sleepy of the top contenders crown last season, power again this Winchester SCOre; and the Winches another newcomer to Is In The Air --- b~ Welipelm~ BOWERS Ipaper Store T4hm, W. Ve. Tel. 486 sao. rlcoj,, error and two walks, Van Metre replaced Stuckey on the mound. He walked Dillon to force in run After a strikeout, Eversole walk- ed forcing in another rur~. Char- lie Fink then delivered the game winnipg hit a two run single. Sleepy Crek turned loose a 22 hit assault in posting ~ts easy victory. Burkhart led the way with three basknocks while Hover male, McBee, Kerns, McCullough and Miller each weighed in with wto safeties. L. Miller earned the decision on a nine hitter. The VFW tossers managed to outhit Winchester's Rebels 13 to nine, but the Virginians made the most of 12 walks dealt out by a trio of. hurlers for the Vets to gain the verdict. Steve Everhart smacked out a single and homer and Mike Allen weighed in with a single and trip le to lead the losers. Chalky Hop- kins and Mary Yurish also had a pair of safeties for the Vets. If you find life is empty, to pt/tting something into it. U.S. scienusts find Sovie: hopeful on arms talk. , Of Belier, ,i . Ae % no summer shoes have the bounce... the softness, the hop-skip-and- jump comfort! qd We see them at picnTcs.., on the sidelines of a ten nTs Court... at the beach, downtown. We see you in them I~ost everywhere, this Summed HeeJs are pancake- fiat, toes newly pointed-but the comfort is the same. Deep.down, satisfying, cooling I 5-10. A. Black, red or sand accented with a bow tie of multi.colored stripe~. B. Nautical emblem cuff. Black, red, navy; ripple- textured soles. TO $4.99 Area's Largest and Most Complete Department. Styles, Colors and SOTRE b 9 Friday HOURS: .... -- 9 to 6 Saturday g in Rear For Customers. i'/ Panther Trackmen Strong In Fidd Events, But Lose The Charles Town Itigh track and field team showed real power in the field events and a good 880 yard relay, learn, but the combin- ation was still not good enough for a victory over tim James Wood High traekmen last week in a tri-angular meet staged in Winchester and the Panthers dropped a close 67 to 61~ de- cision. Warren County, the third team in the meet, gained only five points. Coach William Jordan's char- ges "swept" the shotput with Leo Kisner taking the first place with a~good toss of 45 ft. 6 inches. Jim Ahalt won the 100 yard dash, Harold Grey took honors in the discus, Dickie Wilson tied for first place in the pole vault and Wilson, Danny Eismon, Randy An derson and Ahalt teamed up to win the 880 yard relay in the re- spectablle time of !:42.7. I00 yard dash: 1--Ahalt (CT); 2 Anderson (CT) ; 3-Richardson (WC); 4-Shotwell (WC). Time- 10.9 seconds. 220 yard dash- l-Webber ,(JW); 2-Ahalt (CT); 3-Richardson (WC) 4-Kelchner (JW). Time-25.7 sec- onds. 440 yard dash: 1-Hockman (JW); 2-~rackson (CT); 3-Hepler (JW); 4-Rogers (JW). Time-56.[ seconds. 880 yard run: 1-Rogers (JW); 2-Griffith (JW); 3-Lineweaver (CT); 4-Edmonds (JW). Time- 2:14. Mile run: 1-Griffith (JW); 2- Edwards (JW); 3-Dietz (JW); 4- Nerhood (CT). Time-5:04. Low hurdles: 1-Kerns (JW); 2. Wilson (CT); 3-Roper (CT); 4- Snow (CT). Time-22.7 seconds. High hurdles: 1-Kerns (JW); 2- Unger ($W); 3-Orndorff (CT); 4 Wilso n(TC). Time-17.4 seconds. 880 yard relay: 1-Charles Town (Wilson, Eismon, Anderson, A- halt). Time-1.42.7. Mile Relay: 1-James Wood. Time-3:51.I. Shot Put: 1-Kisner (T); 2- Grey (CT); 3-Eismon (CT); 4~ Doyle (CT). Distance 45 ft. 6 inches. , Discus: 1-Grey (CT); 2-Doyle (CT); Wilfong (JW); 4-Eismon (CT). Distance 129 ft. 81A inches. Pole Vault: 1-(tie) Cook (JW) and Wilson (CT); 2-Lloyd (CT); 4-Dailey (CT); Ritter (JW) and McDaniel (JW). Height-9 ft. Broad jump: 1-Hockman (JW); 2-Oden (CT); 3-Kerns (JW); 4- Ballenger (CT). Distance 18 ft. 9 inches. Coach Ronnie Rice has come up with a well bananced track and field team and in the two times the team has been out it has scot ed championship and runner-up honors. The Tigers rolled up a total of 66 points to best four other schools in a meet Wednesday, Ap- ril 26 on Cobourn Field in Mar- tinsburg. And in capturing the meet the Tigers scpred in every event except the ~80 yard run and pole vault. The Tigers also swept the three relays. Shepherdstown High and the Martinsburg High Jayvees tied for second place with 41 points each, while Hedgesville was four- Lh wth 22' and St. Joseph's last with 17. The Tigers proved to be the strongest in the running events, scoring 45 points in this manner, while getting 21 on the field ev- ents. Eddie Moler, Ammon Nipper, Steve Wilt and Mickey Jackson were the stars of the~ meet for Harpers Ferry, but Shepherds. town's Terry Sirra was the high point man in the meet with 13 points, which include a pair of victoriesin the shot put and high iump. The Shepherdstown team, which did not enter two of the relays, won five events, with Doug Fieg- er, Illey Weller and Jerry Boyd getting the victories. Boyd and a team mate Dave Derr and Tom- my Lewis of Martinsburg tied for first place in the pole vault. Martinsburg's promising jay- vees failed to win an event but were blanked in only the 880 yard relay. A fine run on the final two laps of the mile relay by Charlie Pownall and Daryl Bryarly" earn. ed the Bullpups a tie for second in the meet. Sophomore A1 Crawford took second in the 220 yard dash and Bryarly also a soph, was runner up in the 440 Best efforts for St. Joe were by Dennis McNamee in the 100 and Jim Turner in the 440. Galen Richards took second place in the discus for Hedgesville. Members Attend SPring District Conference American Legion Auxiliary members attending the Second District Spring Conference in Romney on Sunday, April 23rd were: Mesdames Joe Cepelka, Cal vin Fleming, Jack Getzendanner, Walter Glaize, Guy Miller, James Morison, ,Earl Rinker, Raleigh Shaffer, S. H. Stone and Miss Mary Magaha. South H a. er stown W'nn St. Run-Kilmer ....... M" 4'44 9" Ma~., ] ~P'['P,.~'~'r O~ ,~R~Ol-'~ 1F'.A~M~R3 ADVOCAT~ e~ ........ J Meet, Charles Town hn ,he Sixth j Mort ,o : :" Mile Relay-South ]Itch (Newton ~ ~. .-- Nixon, Clu~i, slian, M(mro() 3::H~0; Jro(,, S, 5 ft. 61/~, in. (tit, for first): ]t~ l~ & h E ~ IC ark, s.J: Pn len. M: l'oti,,nber. Ig r A r r n "-- R The Charles Town tIigh track and Oden in ihe broad jump. 2nO, Frederick, 3rd; S1. ,lames; [ger, F; Cro[t, N and Welzel, F ~~__ ~ .... , __j and field team stepped up into The results: 4th, Maartinsbm'g, 5th, N"th/(five, way tie for third). ~ -.~ D....:... "i') ...~._ ,~ ror wrapDm~ an(i .... VV thewill facetughest competition theYaf. 100 yard dash- Burdette, F, 10.0 fligh. I loh,~ ~ault-(,ladhdl.; " ' " I,," and Cra'I~ ~rmtm~ I'a~ ~e l'roductso ['rmling t aper t roaucts O all season Saturday Nixon, S; Boyd, SJ; M. Monroe, I 120 yard high hurdles-Spencer, ! I,~ ,v~, ~)._~,~, 0 ternoon when they went to St. S; Bartlett, SJ. I SJ;15.4; Martin, S; Reid, F; ttull liner, F 10 ft. 6 ill. (tie for first); I~~u~s,,. L~ags, ]~ James, Md. to participate in the 220 yard dash-Burdette, F, 23.31N; Gutenkunst, M . [Lloyd, CT; Fielden and Carroll, l~ LocKer 5upplleS K seven-team annual St. James In- Smith ,S; Boyd, SJ; Bartlett, S J; 180 yard low hurdles-Spencer, [S.l;'and Wilson CT (three way tie 18 For Ho Stores-Etc. vitational meet and the best they Knodle, S. SJ; 21. Martin, S; Reid, F; In-[for third). Ask Your Dealer could salvage froln the battle was 440 yard dash- (lst section)-Mar gram, N; Jackson, c'r. J Broad jump-Walker. S 20 ft. 9 ]9 Anti,tam fa sixth place with 13 points, rone, F 52.0; Gutekunst, M; Beat- Shot Put-Morgan, F, 46 ft. 3:!(,l inches; Cin'istian, S; Beatty, /4JIlllCldlll rdp l[ t U. Coach Bill Maletzky's South Ha ty SJ; Jackson, CT. in.; Kisner, CT; Walker S; Spon- IS,I; Baker, F; Oden. CT. [,~ IIAGERSTOWN, MD. gerstown High trackmen dethron 440 yard dash (2nd section) Ne~v cer, SJ; Thornburg, M. [ J~nt' 9:0~6"0"0 I ed defending champions Freder- ton, S, 51.5; Boyer, F; Dent, SJ. Discus- Boettner, M, 1,~ ft. 7 in. I Uomm~ssions are not paid on [~.. ....... l# ick High by rolling up 61 points 880 yard run,Newton, S, 2:04.6; Worthington, N; Thornburg, M; largmnents won, but on salesl'" - -- .... to.55~..~ for Frederick. The host Kilmer, M; Hildebrand, F, Ryan, Keyser N (;ray, CT. imade. [ GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY team-St. James finished third in the meet with 39 points, while Martinsburg was fourth with 32 1/5; North Hagerstown High was fifth with 13 1/5 and Berkeley Springs finished last. This marked the first time South Hagerstown has won the meet and in doing so the Rebels broke three records, the broad ~ump, the 440 yard dash and the mile relay. South Hagerstown's Charlie Walker set a new broad jump hark with a leap of 20 feet 9 nches. A teammate Bill Christian finished second. Dick Newton raced the 440 yard 'n 51.5 seconds for the new re- cord in this event and he was pushed hard by Martinsburg's 3ill Gutenkunst. The mile relay team of the Reb ls covered the distance in 3:31 with~Frederick finishing second. Frederick's Burdette set new marks in the 100 and 220 yard dashes, covering the 100 yards in 10 seconds flat and the 220 in 23.3 seconds. Charfie $ackson and Leo Kis- aer led the Panther team in scor ng with Jackson getting points :n the 440 yard dash and low hur Ues and Kisner placing second in :he shot put. Gray scored points for the Pan :hers in the discus and Lloyd and Wilson scored in the pole vault TV Radio - Television - Hi Fi Stereo # Radios, Television, Appliances West Washington Streel Charles Town, W. Va. I III POLLED SHORTHORN AT AUCTION FRIDAY, MAY G, 1961 12:30 P. M. FARMERS LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE Winchester, Virginia 7G HEAD SELLING Bulls, Cows with Calves, Bred and Open Heifers. Your Chance to Buy Money Making Beef Cattle at )rices you can afford to pay. CONTACT: STAN HAWORTH AUCTION CO. PHONE 812 WARRENTON, VA. April 27- 2t. 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