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SchoolBoy FROM PAGE --. 1 their home field in a game set for 4p.m. Tuesday the Panthers will trav- el to Harpers Ferry for a return game at 4 p. m. and then onThurs day afternoon they will go to Mar tinsburg for a return battle with the Bulldogs at 3:30. Friday the Panthers will wind up their regular season play on their home field, playing host to the Hedgesville High Eagles at 2:45. i|" Attend Church Sunday- The Spirit Of Jefferson-Advocate You Get Precisely What Doctor Orders Accuracy is a highly important ingredient in any prescription. Your registered pharmacist is thoroughly qualified, by years of professional training and experience, to follow "doctor's o ers" with utmost precision. RELY ON US FOR ALL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS STUC & ALGER PHARMACISTS Dial 725.2621 --- Charles Town, W. Va. Some months ago the Ranson Civic Club took the initiative to secure Little League baseball for Ranson. And when the Charles Town Little Baseball League be- gins operations on May 30, some 60 boys between the ages of 9 and 13, wilt be playing little league ball as a result of the Civic Club's efforts. The first move by the Civic Club was to find some land where a Little League diamond could be built. They contacted officials of the Charles Town Race course :egarding use of some vacant land mar the race track as a diamond. knd in March 9fficials pf the track notified the Civic Club the land would be available for this Jse. Kenneth Anders then agreed to Jireet the laying out of the land ~s a little league diamond, and vith help from other people to that league. The four teams that have been organized under the title of the American League, are known as the Twins, the Astros, the Mets and the Cardinals. One of the teams is being sponsored by the Civic Club, with the other three being sponsored by other bust. ness concerns in Ranson. The Civic Club also provided the funds to purchase the necess- ary bases, home plate and the pitchers mound. Donations of pipe used in the backstop came from the C. L. Robinson company; blocks and cement for the doug- outs to be constructed came as a donation from the Whitmore Lum ber Company and fence was do- nated by the Charles Town Race course. Freff McCauley contribut- ed time and labor in landscaping work on the diamond site. Now all that is needed is man- rove it ready for use by the time agers for two of the teams and Attle League play begins, some volunteer labor to help Ken In the interim the Ranson Civic ny Anders, Lee Ramsburg and ~lub proceeded to line up boys /or at least a four-team league and in this effort they had no difficulty since the Charles Town Little Baseball League had been forced to turn down applications of nearly 100 boys who wanted to play little league ball, but could not make it on the six teams in Charlie Beahm, get the diamond in shape and ready for the first league tryouts to be held Satur- day. Anyone who can donate some time and effort on this project in' the evenings, should call either Lee Ramsburg, Charlie Beahm or Kenny Anders, or go out to the diamond any evening after 5 p. m. J ; Leetown Also Win TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Team W. L. Tomahawk 2 0 Shepherdstown 1 0 Leetown 1 0 Sleepy Creek 1 0 Charles Town 1 1 , Gainesboro 0 2 Great Caeapon 0 3 ~ O ~ GAMES, SUNDAY, MAY 15 Tomahawk at Sleepy Creek Great Cacapon at Galnesboro Shepherdstown at Charles Town Leetown at Bakerton SUNDAY'S SCORE Tomahawk 11 Bakerton 4 Sleepy Creek 1i Great Cacapon 6 Shepherdstown 10 Gainesboro 6 Leetown 11 Charles Town 6 double and two singles in leading the Shepherdstown 10-hit attack. And in the other league game Sleepy Creek scored six times in the 13th frame to break a tie and defeat Great Cacapon 11-6. Doug McBee and Richard Youngblood paced the Sleepy Creek hitting with three hits apiece. KASTLE'S WIN TWO FROM PINBUSTERS The Kastle Ladies' bowling team won two points from the Pin- busters Thursday night in the Brunswick (Md.) Major Bowling League. Helen Kelican led the Kastle team to the win with a 140 high single game score and a 334 set. Other set scores were: Virginia Dorsey, 332; Gertrude Prain, 3~l:j Amy Alger 299 and E. 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The next rQtmd must be played before TueSday, May 17th: Good luck to the winners from the loose~sl , Ladioe Day last week was beau- tiful v~eatl~erwise and eleven members viedfor a win in the ThroW~Out Tburnament (throw out your thr~e worst holes~ add The Weather Man smiled warm ly on the section and the baseball action which was scheduled for Sunday afternoon on at least seven different diamonds, and the result was that six teams in the Tri-County Baseball League, fin. ally got into the action after some delay of a week by the weather. And while the pitching didn't appear to be quite ready yet for the long Summer of act- ion, the hitters were about as hot as the 80-degree weather which prevailed. The results from the long after noon of diamond action, shows that the Tomahawk batsmen scor- ed their second victory of the sea son in their second time out, gaining-an 11-4 edge over the Bakerton batsmen, a new team in the league this season, on the Tomahawk diamond. In other Sunday league action the Leetown batsmen got their season opened on their home field and they came through with an 11-6 victory over Charles Town, Shepherdstown scored a 10-6 triu- mph over the Gainesboro (Va.) boys; and Sleepy Creek trounced ~reat Cacapon 11-6 in Sleepy Creek. In the Tomahawk-Bakerton bat- tle, a home run by Charlie See with two men aboard, gave the host batsmen their 3-1 lead in the third frame and Tomahawk coasted the rest of the way. Bob Boarman, Dwain Donaldson, Wal- ter Duke and Billy Coffinberger, also helped the Tomahawk offen- sive cause, each collecting a pair Of hits. Wayne Spies was on the mound for the Tomahawk Club and while he gave up 13 ~base hits in com- parison to the 12 issued by Bak, up the other six; subtract handi, erton's Alvin Russell, great de- cap for 9 holes; the lowest score fensive plays by Tomahawk cut after all this figuring winsl) Do:t ~1 off a host of threatened Bakerton Brown was the~lucky winner and Irallies. Betty Glenn won low putts. We] At Leetown, J.ack Burch gave had thrte members playing on l uP ten hits to the Charles Towfl Ladies Day for their first time'batsmen, but he kept them well this year - Ruby Propst, Margaret ]enough scattered to give Leetown uteptoe and Alice Glenn. ~Wel. an 11~6 victory 'in the opening game of the season for the win- come, girls. ners. At the ~ same fin~ Leetown was blasting Wilt, Charles Town'l moundsman~ fsr a total of 11 hits, and it was a real plea- two by 'Bob Allen ,two by Bob sure to watch this novice in action Evelyn seems to have a natural bent toward' l i highly unnatural -game, hitting hbr Woods with almost unbelievable ease and chip ping and putting with enviable poise. Watch her girls (especially sister Biddyl) if she keeps at it Evelyn will be a winner, Davis and the same ttumber by Mills. Donald Noland was the hitting star for the Cltarl~ Town team with three singles. Shepherdstown the other Jeff- erson County entry in league play scOred a 19-6 victory over the GaLuesboro, Va., club, it was the Reminder: Remember to get at opening game of the season for least two, 18 hole scores posted Shepherdstown and the second this month. You're not eligible one and the second defeat for for the Haad~ap Tournament Gainesboro. starting in Jime unless You post Shepherdstown took a 4-1 first two scores, inning lead and stayed in front all the way. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Charlie Itunter pounded out a O. @ Ford Galaxle 500 2,Door Hardtop (above) is on special sale now at your Ford Dealer's. It has a 240-ou. in. Big Six engine Fully synchronized 3-s peed manual transmission 7-item safety package, and more. Every special Forcl Hardtop features: Whitewall tires Styled steel wheel covers Special hood ornament Luxury trim, Specials on Cruise-O-MaUca and Wagons! 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