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mm --- SPORTS SECTION --- DON RENTCH -- SPORTS EDITOR LOCAL COVERAGE - SCORES - PICTURES SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE , MAY 5, 1966 SECTION--C VIEWS M AX BROWN Waiting For 'Abe's Hope' The Derby We Note .... IF YOUR horse in the Kentucky Derby is a favorite five favorites have won the Churchill Downs classic last 20 years The last f.avorite to win the mile and a race was Carry Back in 1961... THOMPSON is so tickled over the arrival of his first (Steven Sydnor), born last week to Nancy and that he was down-town early Saturday morning for a Sammy Baugh make football for him to begin . Louise (Joe's wife), was quick to tell him that have none of that. "I'll buy him a golf club and we'll him another Arnold Palmer." We had the pleasure of with the youn rster's Dad last Sunday in Martins- md let me tell you right here and now, from the manner Steve chipped in a thil y-foot shot on Green number thought for a while we were playing with Arnold Some nifty shot, Steve, and our congratulations to and the happy grandparents on the new arrival.. OF OUR well-informed ear-to-the-ground agents who Bowie, Md. area, says our old friend Lou Pondfield the thumb by President Irv Kovens of Charles Course a few weeks ago, might purchase an in Ascot Park Race Track at Akron, Ohio... KRATZ, member of the well-known Kratz riding plying his trade presently at Hazel Park in Detroit, VIRGINIA football teams will wear briffht new under new coach Jim Carlen. They will consists of helmets and white pants with jerseys of navy blue and gold. The change couldn't come too soon for us... PEOPLE will participate in the PGA's 15th Annual Gold Day than in any other single sports compe- Golf's only day for golf will be held Monday, May 30th Year... COLLEGE has a rock and roll band tabbed, David and The Grapes of Wrath," under the leader- Naylor... ONLY DUKE, but William and Mary, which is West first home foe, loom big on the horizon new football season approaches. Mary Levy, the W. and keeps bragging about the fine team he expects to with this Fall. Twenty lettermen back... RODERICK, who has finally taken off his over- With the arrival of some warm weather says: "If you advice on how children should be remodel, just ask who never had any."... m |E ,y Town High track les Town a 10.point lead and the team finished first in a Panthers stayed in front the rest in a track meet stag- It's going to be rough on the pitchers! That in general seems to be the real concern of the sectional and area schoolboy base ball coaches these days. Because of the extremely rainy and mud- dy weather of the past ten days, they find their teams faced with a really rugged schedule for the remainder of the 1966 season. In fact some teams were faced this week, and the same will be true next week, with the task of playing three games in a single week. And with most teams hay. ing only one, or at most two, With only eight games scheduled for this season Shepherd College moved into the second half of the front line pitchers, their jobs are big ones if they are to put their schedule with a 3-1 record, having lost only to Western Maryland batsmen in a close 5-4 decision. Mem- teams in the win column. ~ bets of the team as shown above are: First row (left to right)-.-Jerry Varmilllon, Tommy Thomas, For instance at Charles Town Jimmy Jones, Dave Sahan, Bill Clower, Ronnie Hawkilt% Larry Cain, Dwain Donaldson, Charlle See and High the Panther batsmen willCoach Carl Hartman. Second row (left to right)---Allen Baker, Rick Troyers, LeoDunean, Carl Bowie, be playing eight games in 14 days Buck Gardner. Roland Hamilton, C&qey DeLauter, Paul Kidwell, Tom Henderson and Charlle Coffman. weather permitting, which is a heavy schedule for any high school team. come near the end of the match, ! day night in action in the Ladies' everyone went home happy. Sea- Major Bowling League on the The Panthers will travel to eral prizes were won by local Brunswick (Md.) Alleys. The vic ~ Hedgesville for a battle with Coa- ch Gilbert Miller's boys Friday members in the Blind Bogey con- tory moved the Kastle team to afternoon at 2 p. m. Then on test and names of these were not within one point of first place, Monday they will go to Leesburg, available at press time. The with three more weeks of bowling Va., for a game with Loudoun Men's Handicap tournaments is! Amy Alger rolled the high indi. County High. Thursday, May 12, now underway and your name is vidual game score of 117 and they will be playing host to Harp- posted in the pairings on the pro high set score of 323. Other set ers Ferry High in a game set for shop porch. Check your starting scores were T. Prain 307; B. 2:45 and the next day, May 13, time and best of luck to you each Clapper 304; H. Kelican 288 and they will play host to LoudounI one. (This Column is by M. B. V. Dorsey 263. County High in a 4 p. m. contest.] and not by J. E. this week.) Tuesday afternoon May 17, the RUMMAGE SALE IN Panthers will be playing a make- KASTLE'S MEN'S SHOP SHEPHERDSTOWN up rained out game with the Har The ladies of Engle Methodist pers Ferry High Tigers in Hat- DEFEATS HAWAIIANS Church will hold a rummage sale TURN TO PAGE ~.C ! "----- at the Men's Club in Shepherds- .... The Kastle's Men's Shop ladies' town on Main Street, on Friday bowling team scored three points and Saturday, May 6 and 7, from in defeating the Hawaiians Thurs 10:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. By GAMES FOR SUNDAY, MAY 8 TRI.COUNTY LEAGUE Bakerton at Tomahawk; Sleepy Creek at Great Cacalmn; Gaine~ bore at Shepherdstown and Cha- rles Town at Leetown. All games 2:30 P. M. INDEPENDENT LEAGUE Will attempt to open 1966 season again with Bolivar at Martinsburg VFW on Baker V. A. Center dia- mond; Marfinaburg Colts at Maple ville_ Md.; and Funkstown at Wlli~tmsport, Md. m ~ O u m Old Man Weather put the rainy damper on plans of the Indepen- dent Baseball League for raising the curtain on their 1966 season and also on some teams in the Tri County League in their second attempt to open their season. Only four of the Tri-County League teams got their season pen was their second one in as many games. Charles Town's en- try in the league defeated them in the opener in Great Cacapon, April 24, by an ~2 score. It took a 9th inning two-run rally by Bakerton to turn defeat into victory, however, as the Mor- gan Countians had a 4-3 lead going into the final frame. It was back-to-back doubles by Larry Clark and Roger Twigg which gave Great "Cacapon a 5-2 lead over Bakerton in the fifth frame and the score remained that way until the 8th when Bak. erton pushed over a single run and rallied for two more in the ninth. Alvin Russell went all the way for Bakerton and although he gave up 10 hits, he scattered them very effectively and sprinkled in between hits some 11 strikeouts. Bakerton also collected 11 hits. opened on Sunday April 24 when including three by Tommy Half- they were scheduled too. And master and two each by Buck3' with the past Sunday anothe.rlGardner, Ray Jamison. It was a rainy and muddy day, not a stogie double by Gardner which drove one of the Independent League teams saw action and only two of the Tri ounty League entrys play ed. Neither muddy grounds, nor the threat of more rains stopped the Tri-County League battle set for the Bakerton diamond be- tween Bakerton and Great Caca- pan. And in this game, the only one of seven scheduled games played in the Tri-County and Indepen- dent Leagues, the Bakerton team scored a 5-4 victory over Great Cacapon. This was the second Sunday the Bakerton team had attempted to get their season opened. And they made it and on a successful note. The defeat for Great Caca- John Elwood I Sleepy Hollow ...... bG;lf pr: .nn ~~ ~Hollow 16~ points and that was ~