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[ In addition to winning first Huntar lul~d+lav u~mAtl July 25---Cubs vs Indians I Charles Town came back in the fSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAnMERS I place votes in five of the 14 ev- I; IVlIDIMM~A IIOIII~U July 26--Dodgers vs Braves ]last of the third after haying scor 2--B THURSDAY MAY [cuts the Panthers scored points -, . __ _ July 27--Yankees vs Cubs led once in the second to push l ~ -- __" .......... '. ------ [inI~:ep~er:Ve~te'rr s mile rein Director Athletics At July 28--Giants vs Indians lover the game-winning run. It 1 I / Y' Y Rained out games to be played came when Steve Roper doubled i IIAm4~r[r;i |c A R4~H4~r ~ml~r|4-11.Th~nlre TA ~iPly |team finished third in this event; ,, ., ,n. ~ t, ~ ~ the following Saturday by mutual down the rightfield line and scor n,,,,..,~u ,,~ n ,~,.nJ~.J m..~,m,,.u J..u,m~ ~v ~u- , [B Wilt finished third in the high Nana|e n| n ~fn0ol consent of managers, ed on Danny Eismon's game-Tin-[ ~ : Coach Bill Jordan s Charles the field events to offset their hurdles and fifth in the low bur Y g Town High trackmen captured weaknesses in the races. The Pan dles Kidwiler was fifth in the _ ~mm -- [ning triple, t~'~,r,,o"~',r~'J',~ ~',1"J',1",~J'~'~-,-~-~-,f~-,f, fj-,-,1-~-,~~ the first Bi-State Conference thers scored victories in four of i shot" put and discus; and Jackson .... -: +, Panther Batsmen Woman stall Am. ~ track and field meet staged Satur ; the five field events, with big Leo I finished third in the high jump day afternoon in Boonsboro. Md. I gisner again winning the shot put I and second in the broad, jump t r ae. I Officers Tuesday Night " defeating four other teams in the !with a toss of 43 feet, 9 inchhs; I Boyd of Shepherdstox, n finish I pllr riUr URines Installation o-~--~recently elected ~ lV , c/rch~t'Panthers rolled up a total T?~hmYtosDsY~ell6V~nett~ "~s~u2 1 ~di~cnd#: ~heuPs)e~l?#:tDa:d officers will be the feature of the of 70 points while Boonsboro, the Wilson the pole vault with a leap Iwas second in the hole vault and 1 The Charles Town High base. I meeting May 16 at 8 p. m. of the ~ .... ~ T .... host team for the meet who finish of 9 feet and Oden the high jump [ Sarra was third in ~'l~e high jumn bailers couldn't make it three in Senior Woman's Club to be held [ k~ -- " ed second, had 56. Berkeley Iwith a leap of ~ feet 2 inches, [ R~v 14o,ui+t ,+ R~t-~lo,, ~,,~i,~ a row Monday afternoon on the at the Hilleary House. t t~ Springs finished third with 54I Charles Jackson also gave theitu~le~d-u~p'as't~lleo~ll'y~'trlp'lg'w'm. ~ ~ t Legion field, but they did manage Mrs. O. S. Bloom will be in]k~ .... +a .~- -.,.. -- t to bounce back to win the second charge of the program. " [ ,~ ~ ~ I ~ !~ !! ][~ p0ints, Harpers Ferry had 15 and i Panthers a first in the 440 yard [her in the rain and mud. He won ~1~~ game of a doubleheader from the ] ~~ [ ~ ~~ [ ~.~ I I r Shepherdstown 11. !dash and he finished second in [the 100 yard dash in 10.5 seconds ~ As in previous meets Charles the low hurdles and third in the ]the high hurdles in 17.2 and the ~ ~ Harpers Ferry High Tigers by a I I ............... l / ,~ ~r ~ ~ 1 1 L Town rolled up enough points in [broad jump. [broad jump with a leap of 19 feet ~ ~ 2-1 score after they. had dropped p-- {.-~ram~tvt~ ,~ ~ ! ~ Vv.~. Jm,,-~--~ .i,--~ I~, the opener by a decisive 11-2 mar | FiJ~LKIDS I / ] ' [four inches. He also ran on the =- I gin. t' " - /~ * 1 ~1 winning medley relay team. : _ - | ~ ~ D T I~ D ] ~ i~ I k/ mr U i~ A mr D i~ l J Boonsboro had a double win- ~ 1 In the o-crier it was Har,,ers I } DOUBLE AMOUNT OF FAMILY ST Ferry who~ot fine pitching and _,.-/- - /4OW! t~ _! [~ WILL BE GIVEN ON ALL LSALES E~ 1 I I$ ElI . l~ El I Y L- I N III L A I'L~ IE I/whI/ner intookConsistentthe 880 inRnnie2:13 andBwerSthe - - I it was the four hit pitching of Ir. ~ I ] C A R S, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATU | HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. ~/mile in 5:01.4. Bowers also ancho~ -- - - : -~---: - ~ -I ring Grey which played the ma-I I v~.;~rt~'--~,r~.~:.~f.'4~ / { SUNDAY. * ed th victorious mile relay quar [or role in the Tiger victory. I~ i~g.,~l~P-- ~7ot~z '~.~ / ~ : : ~., :~ On Route 340---2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. ~['-~/te~. + llll~ In the second game which was[ [VJ~II"IN~ Abll~kl:30. J /:| ........... ~._ i ~| Rek Gzhson had,a first for~ ~ cuttafive'inningaffairbecausel ~X~o~b:L-C-~&~J'! ATLANTIC GASOLINE of the approaching darkness, Man [ [r-~,~.~,. ~_~.~f,~_:--,-- | |, ~ ager Harry Barker brought left- [r~lH--~WHe~q'~"Y~'~at