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OF JEFFERSON rAttM R, ADV0( AT SECTION B---SPORTS PAGE THURSDAY, MAY 11. 1961 VIEWS BY MAX BROWN HAVE A GOOD crowd of Panther boosters on lines at Cobourn Field Saturday- when the Purple turn on the steam in the regional track and field :ling under way at 1:00 p. m. (dst). The Bu!l- e told their tans and others as well that they II ALL of the marbles this time, so we will see just appen. It could be an interesting meet, indeed.. LOWERY, for iour years one of Charles ing Little League stars, turned in a neat one- . pitching for the Purple Panthers here Mon- ,on. The victims of Johnny's difficult south- were the Harpers Ferry Tfgers who managed first game of the double bill. THE Volkswagon team from Washington, Sun- for the Legion, has never appeared here as several of their top players need no introduction fans. In Billy Harrison, they have the Industrial hitter of last season with a .395 average. and Jack MacNamay are fmTner Silver Hill Bill Glaser and Scbtty Silvers also played for and from what Bill Carroll of the FBI told )hone conversation early today, they could turn a tough bunch for Woody Waiters' crew here CARROLL asked us to personally express his as his team's regrets at not being able to return this "We had looked forward to coming back this ill told us, but the Bureau is not in the baseball and I am sure you know that, Max. "Well be !r Sunday this season and you be sure of tl at, LEGION grounds-keeper Stewart B. Wharton )ers and relatives of his family for that wonder- all turned in last Sunday in an all-out effort e'Legion baseball season undel vay. The rains let up, however and the Whartons were finally give up, around 1:30 p.m. But it was certainly try which they gave it Sunday and the diamond better. RAY, the Huntington High School basketball enter the U. S. Military Academy next fall. Ray, of the all-state high school team,, said he will week for a prep school that will lead to his entry Point. He said he had chosen West Point from schools. rILLE'S Leon "Goose" Tomblin was the hero at Bla ksburg, V .,'las 3gturdaY ke . touchdown passes in the final 90 sec0nds to Maroon squad a 28-21 victory over the senior- Whites of VPI. 'Goose' will be a co-captain eleven next fall. MEN'S SHOP stars last Friday in an Even- !match in Winchester were Amy Alger with 129, with 119, and Virginia Dorsey's 111, as the one out of three games from Buncutter Oil. Per~--High School is a football and bus- Rice and Dave Ad their resignations and coaches to the at a meeting Neither Rice, nor Adkins gave any reasons for their resignations. Rice, has done. an outstanding job at ttarpers Ferry in the tWO years he has been serving as head coach. His first year when he was not expected to win a :football game he took a group of some 25 nmstly inexperienced boys and went through the season with a record of four defeats and four victories. . . Then during the Summer of 1959 and even right up to the start of the 1960 football season Coach Rice had one setback :after another and it looked like a hope less cause for the Tigers to come through the 1960 season with !iI'IIIililIiliilI'- ilIII'- iIIilii- lilIIIIHII'-"---il on BOOK MATCHES [ (If You Can) =: '?" $4.10 EXPRESS CHARGES ".= i PLUS 5% DISCOUNT " ~[! . ,. i Pr,ce: = i:l (5,00) Books) ........ $34.95 Total -" ;i" ..,...... 4no 39.os. ffi I with 5% Off & No Express ........ $33.20 YOU SAVE ........ $ $'$-----5 ! Act Now! Drop In Or Mail A,Cord TodayI, Saves You 10% OrL Advertlslng.l Speelaltles & Calendars Also[ Display Room In Nichols Building After 6, 1132 Charles Tow., W. Va. i l IIIlilllllllllallliilllllllllllliillllilllilimUtliltllll!li , l rUN tN '61...OO SHtNANOOAHt TWO WHY. (t) NIOHT THOltOUOHialO II THI, IIG] .oP+Amza. t=) "Post Time 7:15 DST" } I At Lea: ;t 10 Schools Will ng ' ,Panthers Hear Close of Dmmond Campaign With + Hearly 200 ;tic From For race To Go Into Sttmg Nearly 200 tfio'h school track and field athletes, from least ten schools in six counties of Eastern+ West Viro'inia will gather in (,obourn stadium Sattlrday afternoon for" tha annual Regional track and field me(L And ttmse who victorious and runner-up in this biggest of all track me tg' held in this section, will move on tire following Saturday into state-wide coml)etition in Charleston. Making up tlle field of competing" teams wil be ttarpei Ferry, Page-Jackson, Sh(pherdstown, Berkeley Springsl Romney tIigh, West Virginia School of Deaf and Blind of Romney, Keyser, Ridgeley, tim trust team, Martinsbur ', and th def]eendinlg1 l;: i::glelr:2X;n PiingS'upCllatrhl:;; The Charles Town High baseballers play their next to last game today at ltarpers Ferry. In their last game they will play the Shepherdstown Cardinals Friday. The players are. left to right, front row:--John Snow. W~yne Ott. John Lowery, Tom Specht. Steve Willlngham, Dickie Wilson, Peter Peters,n, mad Bobby Davis. Back ro~. left to right:--Charles Moler. Harold Gravy. Charles Jackson, Danny Eismon, Glenn Fuss, Buddy Stocks, Bobby Dailey, Steve Roper. Woody Stagner. David Strider. and Coach Harry Barker. (Photo B~ Tim SinnJ The Charles Town American hard it would definitely have Legion baseball club will give it been impossible to play. another trial this Sunday after-i Admission to Sun(lay's game noqn in an effort to get fheir 1961 ]will be 65 cents for adults and seagon underway at Legion Park. [the game'will be broadcast over Rained out last Sunday in their ]radio station WEPM. game with the Washington FBI I cTub, the Legion had hoped andI had been given assurance by Man Maryla[ld Grid C0ah I ager Billy Carroll of the G-Men that his team would return this l T0 Speak A~ Shepherd, coming Sunday. However, a telephone call early Wednesday morning from the Bureau head [ Alhle|k Dinner :May 18 quarters in Washington said that several of the key players had just received important assign- ments which would take them out of the city for several days and the team would' be unable to make a return trip this Sunday. Mgr. Carroll took it upon himself to find the Legion a worthy and suitable opponent and has sche- duled the Volkswagon team of the I adu trial Leag 'tn to Come h6re" gfinday and open the season with the Legion. Spon sored by a large automobile deal ;er in the Nation's Capitol, the] Volkswagen have in their lineup quite a prominent list of former minor league and college ball players and can be expected to i provide top opposition for the Le- gion here Sunday. The FBI team will return here at a later date in the schedule, Manager Bill Carroll said Wednesday nmrning. The opening game ceremonies will be the same as were sched- uled for last Sunday, with the flag.raising by the American Le- gion Color Guard and other ev- ents on the program taking the spotlight at 2:15. Manager Woody Waiters said Monday he plans to start either Dick Forrest, a big right hander who formerly pitched for Boons- bar. in the South Mountain Leag ue or Walter Burr, a lefthanded mound ace for the Shepherd Col- lege batsmen. Also on hand to take a turn on the mound if need ed .will be Al "Red" Norwood, star of the Legion mound staff for several years, Bill Isherwood, and Gilbert Miller, who in past years have also turned in some fine pitching performances for the Legion. The FBI team and the Legion were all set Sunday to get the baseball season underway even though there had been several light showers Sunday morning, but just .a few minutes before game time the rains care down so much of a record., Coach Rice had lost his assist- ant coach and had gained a new one in Dave Adkins. He had also lost several of the boys he had counted on heavily for the 1960 team. But despite these handicaps and setbacks he and Adkins brought the Tigers through their first undefeated season on the gridiron since 1934. Then on into basketball and here again the Tigers rolled to a sectional championship. Then came track and baseball and Coaches Rice and Adkins in a few short weeks have give the Jeffer son County its's track team and one that has already provided some real surprises in sectional and area competition. And in baseball the Tiger batsmen, under the coaching of Rice and Adkins last season were edged out for the sectional championship by Mar- tinsburg. The 25 year old Rice is a grad- uate of West Virginia Tech where he starred" ifl football and base- ball. Adkins also starred in foot- ball and baseball at West Virginia Tech before coming to Harpers Ferry. USE THE CLASSIFIEDS GO TO CHURCH S AY TOM NUGENT Tom Nugent, head football coach at the University of Mary- land, will be the guest speaker for the Athletic banquet at Shepherd College Thursday, May 18, it was announced by Jesse Riggleman, director of athletics at Shepherd College. The dinner~ will be served in the college cafeteria at 6:30 with athletes in all phases of sports at Shepherd College being honored. Invited guests will in- clude high school coaches and sportswriters and newscasters of the section. Yes, you can rely on our prescription service. Skilled Registered Phar- macists compound each prescription precisely as the Doctor directs And our prices always are fair. Be sure to bring us your Doctor's prescriptions. HICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Telephone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. oqpeolo o in Plans for opening play in the Gary V. (;ray, Johnny Dailey, Jefferson Little League on May Tony Jenkins and Edward Ale- 30 were moved a step closer Sun- shire. day afternoon when the annual INDIANS--John Shockey, Sam player auction was held at Char- my Gilman, Gary Le Gray, Stu- les Town Itigh School when 41 art Ocker, Franklin Manuel, Dex boys between the ages of 8 and 12 ter Jackson, Rodney Boston. were purchased by managers of] GIANTS---Roger D. Johnston, the six teams. IJeffery E. Lancaster, Charles A total of 76 boys reported for Armstrong, John R. McKown, Jr., the practice sessions held last Howard Woodward, Bruce Carroll week, but since only 41 boys were John Milton, Randy A. Maupin. needed to fill the rosters of the YANKEES--Glenn W. Burr.n, teams, 36 boys could not be as- Fernando Marfinez, Dennis N. signed to league, play this season. Gayhart, Clyde Hummer ahd Phil Boys Who were purchased in ip aden. the auction by the various teams CUBS--Dean Coyle, J. Scott are as follows: Whitmore Paul Reid, Glenn tI. DODGERS--Vincent A. Brace- Edwards, Jeffery O'Bannon, Rob- tale, Jr., Richard Aleshire, Daniel err Painter. L. Nichols. Gregory A. Slush.r, I BRAVES--Keith Kaval. Ronnie John Wharton, Allen W. Beahm, Turn To Page 2--B 1 p. m. Daylight Saving Time and the public is invited to attend. The heats for the dashes Mill come first along with trials for the shotput and discuss to be held at the same time. Although it is not known just what Keyser, Ridgeley and the two Romney schools will enter in the meet, indications are, based on what Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan county schools have shown in past meets, that the ev- ent will be one of the most hotly contested and interesting Region- al meets ever held. The Charles Town tIigh track- men defending champions and Martinsburg are expected to wage a real battle in the field events, with both team~: being strong in the shot put, discus, broad jump and pole vault. Harpers Ferry and Shepherdstown are also expected to score in the field events. With the exception of the 440 yard dash, where both Martins- burg and Charles Town are strong most of the teams in Bel~keley; Jefferson and Morgan counties are weak the track events. And if Keyser, Ridgeley and the Rom- ney Schools have any strength in the track events, the meet'could go right down to the last event before it is decided. Charles Town will be depend- Kisner. Ilarold Gray, David Van Metre. Tom Doyle to kee~ them in the battle in the field events with Charlie Jackson. Dickie Wit son. Ahalt. Anderson and Lina- weaver being counted upon to carry the load in the track events Played Major Role in Funkhouser Bowling Team's Championship Playing a major role in the Funkhouser Chemical Company bowlers winning the first hal~ championship in the Comnmrcial Bowling League at+Berkele3~'~ - [.art es were Ituw Willianls. 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