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OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE { SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE I t I THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1959 - / ! ! | / II : 1 I m_ I! Townlttgh 'T o se: OutR, ular ..... " ton __ VIEWS [A I I n I J s / J J / | / al h School. It was an evening to be remembered ber-dinnerl .speaking in which he||_ After :he ham dinner preparedI i ..... . Charal snstgle ad%eea ;n .Totals .............. a l 4 8 !tni season and this is ood base2 Ur! Charles " oBe Speaker For I Char5 T wnClo thletes To Study, Work Hard Af All-Sports Banquet Seaso With 4-2 Extra Fr m Win; Goi g For Third oal At Athletic Banquet Tuesday t Shepherd Monday Meet gers In Playoff Monday 3:3 I Victory Sunday ~'HE GOOD PEOPLE at S}lenandoah Downs, Recognition for their e~Eismon presided for ~he :: ............. '! Larry Burns and Bill~ss 4 i The Parris Is,apd S,o,,th Caro- . ' " ' , " . . i :" .. ::: . . , .............. 2 1 ~li,, " - - ' . " bYBob Leav,tt, B111 McDonald and Ed Blake, ]'oiled ha lg li ] n' oasK.e~oal! court, base banquet p~,ogram and ml.trodueed ~ .... : . .1 teamed up to izmit the Mamns- Bentz. p ................ 1 1 ] ~traveMla'mes base~an.~mo, ~lth a re~ and the cruder track three of his assistant ~u~h~.~-Ed ~- ...... : " ::i bur~ High School baseballers to Burns p 2 i g squad el ,eighteen men carpet for ottr old fmend,Frank .Colley Tues- ame in a.full measure Tuesday ev Shocker, backfield coac,h; Chuck ( : : :i ix hi4s Tuesday afternoon on Lhe Ranaiii ci .............. 4 ? 221and o~cers will armve in Charles ~ a~ rne race new racing" plant. Frank S boss,~ ]ening ~o me.more man .... nail ha,n- Donaldson and Oene Gibson l'ine :" :: ::. Martinsburg diamond .and pitch Snow.. 3b ........... ............. 4 0 llmlWn ~u.~naY..,mrning at 1030. a. :_,,'z,u" Preston Lane was on hand to his veteran [~area ....... athletes, who.., cazrled~r~_~_the c~l. [coaches and Carl Roberts equip-[ ii :[the Charles Town High nine .to ex ]Jackson rf ..... 4 0 0 .-.;. ........... fez tzleu 2~_30 p. m~ engage. ~ ,- " ~ or~ oz ~naries own tlign ~enoo'l ana er for . ~ :. : " tra i * , . . ........ ~ lllVZlb WILIt Lfle ~Ylflrles lown l~og- -Ultor honored and so wet n - , .. . men~ m g the WVU foot- : nnmg 4-2 wctory m the final Flye, 2b ......... 3 0 0 t. .... e ume~ous othe f ends I nto battle during the past season [ball team [ :~ :: ame of the re ular se s ..... ion team at Leama Park ..~ " r, ' :!,: ...... ~ g g ' ~ a~on for~Coulter c ... 2 0 0 " .~'zU IllS wile. Also guests of the new track'l ues- ]at the annual a~hletic banquet - ,, ~ :~ " ~ both teams It was the see n " ' ........... . Annual vist[ol-s to Charle~ Town , . The banquet was opened with ~ %;.:..::::~i:::. : ........ . ~::.~:~ ~ ~ ' . o d v~c- Gardner, e ......... 1 0 0 . ~. ,. " :~ ,W.as West vlrg]nlas head football coach AFt [staged:in t~e Charles Town H!gh/invoeation by the Rev Richard E [ ~i s:i~:~g~ii::i:::: : .... ::?:i~:.::::.: :-::.::!!~= :i oy of ,the season for the ,Barker- Ware If 3 0 1 ~~a,.int!l,~,~m,b{l. of ):~al[~, the P'arz'zs ,,,u his ... . . . cazc~ur, a. ~nu lc was wesc vir- ' " :~ :~::~::~:< :: ::~ ~:::!~":, :~: :~ coached Panthers over Matinsbur ' "s ................. ..~.a..,, ,;~,,z wa.s unaole to appear . staff of assistants Lew s spoke ea]'ller in ..... Neal pastor of S't Thomas Luth ......... .::: ::::.s::: : ......... .::. :: :::::,.. ............... ~,:.~ . g ELmon lb ....... 3 0 0 h - ]1 ~lnla Unlversrtys head football , ~: ::::::'?::::::::::::::::::::: :-.-~:":~.'~ ...... :::::::~ .... a . , el e la.~t year and also in 1957 ?;ng at the annual athletic banquet at Charles Town Icoach-Art Lewis who did .the af-/eran Church. Ransom ! !!. .... : [ or ,egave:hemsa recozd of ten wc...... IBm. they are back on the sched~de "'lltl--~" ........ i,gczongly emphasized to the young/or ladles el the caze~eria and ser- ~ . ~,::=.~;~;~::.::~::::~::~?~:~:~ -~ . ~*tartmsourg AB R H Gall news for ~ectlonal and ze ' ingle servant an(/ along WltFl OWl" Ewe ex)er ' - - ~ . ~. : ~:~:: %;.,,~;~:~.~::~:::::~:~::~::.. :!al playoff game WlLh Harpers Ferl "" , . : ~'" ' ' a'a iDl~e ~ l~,~l~ ~,; ........ .~ r~..., o ~ , 1 ~-~ a'thletes the importance of --good red by a group of high.school glr!s .... i:~ii~ii!:. ':"i:~iL::~:::~!~:!:~::~i~i~:.. r t decide t'h s ' Stuckey ss ..... 4 0 1 dmmond fans beea.u~e the Marines ;d ..... c." ....... ' z en enwe came licholastic marks ]Charles Town High's neaa coach ): !i]iYns .. ncl ~vnle'ectlnal champ Keller lb... 4 0 1 never disappoint and whenever nou h lunch money to see us through Wed- | Lewis said high school boys of [ _ a d.H.armlson was mtz,oduced I ~k: .::: I been played Wednesdav af.ternoon Miller, c ............... 3 0 1 they unload their equipment, base ,~zi e o- ~ . . .'" Rich, r . .. . ::s~.::~::.::... ' ......... .... ::L o u~. a_,. ,__lle it was to have . , ........... . ' , . Itoday should concentrate more on |ana_m one[ remar.~s praised the [ [,the deluge of rain forced eancell- [ Fel.tner, p, cf .......... 4 0 0 Gab or whatever it might be, you lbooks and studies and less on pool ation until nex't Monday. I P!,tzer: r(,.lf ............ 3 , I('ax ex ( t the best: _ " ..... Irooms ,and jUKe ooxes oecause/ ............ ~ ""= ~'~'~/ llk~~.~:i~ Principal Gordon Eismon said I~nsilett'' 11 .............. 4 0 1 I ~ne t~arz'L~ zsmna roster is dot- ._THECURRENT Shenandoah Downs race meet:, leachjear scholastic requirements |season._ ._ , . I iWednesday ~morning ,the~ game .will |Allen, 2b ... ............ 3 1 l l!ed with the,.names.of many fox-- "~,~.. " . . az'e t~elng raasea oy every COllege ~'oacn Harmison paid s'pecial Cri ~:"::"~:: : e Mend rn ~ussler p rl s) 0 0 iiiel- otltslan{:lllJg eolleg( ano min- ~nl,, | , __ ,, . - . ....:..:~ ...:::::.~ be play d ay .af.te oon at .............. . . , o a close on July 11 you can expect ] hmughout thena mn. Today. and[bute to the boys who'have earned[ 13-30 on the Charles Town Le-ion!Llyd, 3.b .............. 2 0 0[m league n-ore almost every ~own Legion baseball club to swing into a heav~/ Ifrom now on Colleges and univer- |letters in Sour spoz,ts during the [ ~,z, .......... I fi~,~ " / ...... I.state in the U. S and quite a ntu~] "0t night activity with nei hborin teams Cam~ |slties of the country areso crowd |past year. They were: Frankie [ "**~" .... t.,o I"~I'~'the ~m,~ "~,~,~,, ~ ..... Totals ....... 29 2 6 Ibet of their play(~z-s have seen 1o1.~ '_g arra"nged in P'urcellville7 Leesbu'r =an"d" the"s"ia" led-and they have so many app!,i- I analli, a senior,, who was out- / Monday_evening w!ll be.recog- :at Martin~'k)u"rg i'~vcas~a'~rea'l"piV't'-" ] _ _ I~)f baseball service. Just to men- "~agel'Su .... ~" . '" Ica'~lons for .en'~rance tney can. De. isvanding in zoo~oall, basketball, ,/niLin nign~, aL bnepnera ~Ollege cherts due.! _etweenh Burns of Char Lion .... a lew. ,] the l-'arris, Ixland. Town... More---and lhe dates a htlle later. |~nd are being more se!ect~ve m tbaseba'll~nd track, Larzy Burns, I fez athletics ~vho have the pa~t lies Town and Russler of Martins- Forthcoming Sports ]plabeLm In blg Dayton.Gates. they . . . ~nelr s~uaen~ enronmen~s, t'ant wor~man t)anny mismon andyea/" participated in ~ne various burg for six frames before Char nave a veteran oz Lwelv3 years of [~Ul~ (a~l~]~AqP IT]%.T'IS~T~{'~'I(Z"l~D 54' +1~,. "KT.~... V~*,l. I?~ Lewis said every boy should ]~erry Frye, all ,under classmen, sports programs at the college. [les Town broke the scoring ice t FRIDAY ]Service baseball, Victor Spatafore, , ............ u~,,~.,.~.~ ,~ ~,tv ~vv xuz~ Inave some s'tar or goal to look to |Coach Harmison also .made speci.al [And to celebrate the occasion prop with two runs on two hies one of BASEBALL-Martinsburg vs Ber [ property of the New York Yankees pl~,J!as requested Governor Underwood to give him Iand strive for and if he does and [mention of the contributions l erly one of the nation's top has- [ therh a home run by Ranalli . I keley Springs in secti'onal playoff ]has two years of mitJor league -.re NO 70 Ihas any abi'li.ty at all, he will make Iw.hich both Nickie Palumbo and Iketball coaches-Fred Schaus- pop I In this frame Dunbar si'n~led I ~a'~T~av " " I e~ perlence under hits belt, Pred i~ Otlaf~'A ;~ o, ............... lany college he desires. I Milton Cooper have ~nade to ]ular cage mentor at West Virginia ] and then Ranalli blasted i~s round [ ...... ~'--'- .... :. , Il~wsend has been in the Detroit ~ ,~,, ,,, ~nozb r~arflman s commn in tne Th tt rni o z Umver~lt will be the featured ,r,~r~ ~v~L meet at t:umaer Hgers zarm s ~te ~.. " Y en ~ ng to a li~later vein Ispovts 'n the na.~t four years P~' ~ " -'" Y' ~- - ~ ' " " " s m fez thz :0~1 - ,,, ...... - %ripper ~o put the Panthers in lan ' ' .,- . .! .... ee 5ea~s . azette as saying: I d hke to have automo- Iof thong"hi Lewis reminisced on |umbo is ~ senior and Cooper will [speaker on the banquetprogram I front d, Md. 1 p.m. while J~m Rzggins has had three ' . " t at s the num)er Ive lb. _ ', I' I "','p.' y I n t e last of the seventh Mar- [ . a a'e No 70 The leason is h ' I ' his younger days in the coal mines be ineligible next year because of The affau s onsozed b the I " h SUNDAY )eats of Sez~ice xpe~ze ~ce Bzll . shirt ever since I played my first ~ame at I,-! Mason coun.~y, W. Va. and his ]age. . College and the Athletic depart- insburg .tied .the coun~t at 2-2 / BASEBALL-Legion vs Parris Is- I ~az~ay o ptayea_ t, wo years witl~ t!~e .r~ni~ ....~ ~,. .... 4-;ll ~.~.4- "4- ,,T ~" ..... T,.~.~ ..:..: ' IZUgn scnooz.ano cortege careers. ! Co~eh HarmIson also recognized I ment of the college will get u~der I when Stacker singled and Pitzer/land Marines, Legion Field 2"30 I ~pr!ngii~a, ~Ma,~s.) Glares el l:ne f ~;=-,* ,~,,u v ~,z~z ~,u~ ~. guuSs ~ z~z g~vmg / ~n his closing remarzs ~.ewis I,.,. ...... , ............ ,~ ...... way at 6"30 DST I blasted a Ion= home run i.nto z'i~ht / p m ' " I .~astez-.n ~eague and other mem- _v rginia a little publicity while l'm with the Ideclared Cha,t there is not a single [~'~h ~.~o~ ~u,~ ~,~p~u .:.~z~y I -T,~s,~ Ri=al,~r~an ~,,.,~.-.tn,. ,~e ~h [ centerfield ~ ~ ~ ~ "B " A,. ,v., ~ .... .... ...... [ oers o! the .~quad have all had a ,, O l think ,t would be race ]f I could fret thin I~s~ 'b Y]introduclng Willard Martin and ]leti s at the college and also head l Then 't'.he eight frame Dun-]games Bakerton at Rippon Ber-[wea!-t~,---f- ba.,eball knowled.~e. Ir " .... ~ ...... ' ..... ~ ....""~ ~"" i COd ai r ' ' ' kele Pin , ~tslv~v SllULIl(1 prove nllgnty w0rtily orn the governor. Huff a ood example if h~ i~ ,.m~.~ ~.. IR chard N~codemus and also Ros- I ch s d ecogmtzon will be prod I bar 'was safe on an error, Bentz y ce at Gerrardstown, Gain . . , . ......... ~ ~.......... ~:-~ -J -..:~-,_ ~, l_~. L','~- "~-'~ IL'7"-~ "." "'~-'~...~"L"~"," ,,~" o.~.,. Icoe Payne principal of the Char- ]to athletes in all .phases of sports Isingled and Ranalli and Snow sin- /esboro at Martinsburg all 2"30 p ' .. , , oU ~CCUIIll)ll~ll{2(l WlLn aLll,etlc ability ii 1~ .ilara ana woz'~ lu,,~ ~ ,~ ' " " " , . . ~ ' ~-...~ ~,,~ ..... here Sunday w'lt|~ e, c- ...... ,-,-- ..... . " |les Town Jumor High School w,ho ]sponsored at Shepherd College at I gled to drive m ~he two runs t'hat ~m. I, ........... , ........ , .... uIIUCLIff rreslaea ~or rrogram ~,, ~y zzzz~zt~l~e VICLorles U~] Ir: I made it possible for ,a junior high I this affair which will also have as I decided ,the ball game ~ MONDAY I ~ ,'~_, ..... " .. . " .. " , = ..... / Charles Town Hig,h Principal latrhle.tic program to be set up. |it's guests newscasters and sports [ Feltner relieved .Russler in the I BASEBALL-Charles Town vs N4"ITTI~I~ lat~;n,~ dh,~T21~I h,ll,*l,,l~ I- {writers of the section eighth frame and was credited Harpers Ferry in sectional la off Hill Dis ~i . . , --,-,. .... ~-~--,--,-,. ~ ~,~ uz .a*~ ~.~uu-- ." . ." . . I p y 1 t' ct cham,-,~ ~o'~ Q,,,~n .... I1 . . , , Thls will be the first speaking wz.th the loss. T ~E Mana er ~ ""'I ......... -' 1 Just two hits, both singles and then Red IFmal Event Decides 'Meet [engagement which Schatts has l The boxscore" I .... [ SDAY. I wm ..... no~gannounceWalte~nis sa'ds~az'tm that hei ,.0ruing through l st Sunday with another two- I .................. ' / made in this section since he be- | Charles "o- - " ..... [.. unarles~own at.Wmehester for I. g p t : Silver Hill CDistrict of Col"mh;~ ,:a,~; n,-. I _ " [ came head basketball coach at I . w,, ~ r~ n ~Manmey t~tgn track meet I Turn To Pxge ~-M [ ~:~: " ' ......... eh!: ..... "~'" " U! " West Virgi'ia University in 1954i I )~a:e~dehpV.et:; ~aoofe:tha~nJ .Le.glon ]Charles Town Rehnq shes Sechonal ! s D /"% ,!: ORNs TRIP ThE Kentuekv Deroy, dur- [Track Crown To Martlnsbur~ Trackmen /ha " "gv~ " "'" " " .H ] ~ 1 ~ ff,~ .,~ / ~ _ I ~ _. " ~ - ~ / s ele a~ea ~ne ~oun~aineers I f. tlI~ I l/I fi~ I ~ ~ " ae also visited the University of Kentuck-, I .... , .......... |from something around the .5001 [ k I , & lY I ! AY /IV. I ,I t . Ill V Caused som rals de eblows ~ , mark rote either the natlns tPt WIU~ ~J ~ . , e "e y "but apparently IIn Close lhoht School Classtc Meet /team or one'of it's top te~m~Zcn" I I "' i 1de up-and-up. The story is that a rineeton I | sistently. ' " "~ ok Thorn to the Derby. We can t say whether . __ e t is interested in seein Thorn attend K'onfnekv I..Th.e la.rg~t crowd to wztness aldles and B~ll GlaIze's triumph in / ..o . ,, . I ___ e[ ;ly be hn~ i.o* *..~.^----. ~--*-..-'.::{ :~..-~L-~..-'~"-':r~ I.~.eg~n ~.rac~: and field meet in I the lows as MartinVburg and Char t arnn aur l0 l ~-, .e~ bnanone :~ - ..... ~..~ ~r,~z ~t z~,~eze~ z~z x~uu. ~ Itnls section in some years ~urned[les Town were deadlocked withI ........ I .... I f . ~ "~ .> ~ -. bat of riffhtfielder Wimpy Zombro was [ Coach Dick Harmison's Charles' But Charles Town began a'great tional la:o gb, beatin . ted.eeCIiI * | Clout. Ralph Sita, veteran fly-chaser for Town boys had staged a g~eat |comeback with Cooper and Nick- ville tw~ ~ ' ~ "" ~ " " ll~I ~ ~ i , ~ I ld us afte the ball ame tha 'if the ~rass comeback late in the meet tolie Pahimbo runoAng a clutch one .,,.L "~'~" . ..... Ill[ Illllll |t~l| - ~Ill~ )a little closer, in thegoutfield, the ball would trtalkneiagn~, y~nt le~: be~faOyre, th~ [ hW:r:n:h:rg2201Y:~d ::sh, tfo s~ .pl~ethWmnfrn:~Town.l_larpers Ferry~hgeanc~a~lplayoff for I ~tthfeomat~:nede;Ptcent~r ,f~e|ld't:;emeebOs~re tohverM~rt~n~bU:~ere~aynq~e:vge~Ir~a~ntg ~Whor~llye ith~heB~141~gsdw~ ~ph:cregf~oOnatltis.t!;~aD:te~trn~e and II| carrying over the center-fielder Sita's head apvde ~lesh~d f~r ~)ut rigv:~O~atO |relean)~ t~ilirr~egs tThewnfiewldasipicbOnth ~ounced later, it was stated, l lll .rz feet... ~nsburg tea~ aYn 85~ to 82'/~ viciuP 1~' poin,ts by runni~ag second s,o., ~'''~'~--, -- IlI " _- ..... tory over Charles Town /to geyser's speedy quartet to move 3IX I'rom t:lmrl. lawn RIDER ALLEN PATTON, 21-year.old jockey Keyser, with a I~ri)liant relay/into the lead 76V~ to v ..... ,:/ r- __-J , ............ quartet finished iff ~hird place/ Needing ortly to beat Charles ,=o . .... ~:~h 1~ ~r~l"~'l~ "~w~,,~-~'l~r~.~ "~" , va, maue nls ~ew ~nglana OeDU[ laS[ s, r/Town re ardless of the finish as ,..s.u~.t,,, JLZ.t uut YY~t~IIt:~L T. " .. with 43 Page Jac on was fou, g " Hlnfl t'ane Jackson 10 a uowns, ratton has,ridden in only five ~h with' 19s/z, Romney Deaf cap- the relays were scored on 10-8-6-4 ~ ~ e, all of them being at Charles 2-B Turn To 2-B tared fifth place with 12, Ridgeley 2 basis to win the championship wound up sixth with 11, Berkel- trophy ,the Bulldogs took the lead Be I~ State Tr~k Meet ey Springs was seventh with 10 on Outekunst's strong stretch run and Shepherdstown trailed with and with Frar~tnger carrying the Charles Town Nigh School will four points. Romney failed to eft- baton easily outdistanced the.op- be represented by four boys and ter as expected, position although falling short of Page Jackson High of Charles With Kurt 1~ranzinger and Gee- the regional record with a 3:43.3 Town ,by .two in the West Virginia rge Snyder each scoring a "don- timing. ble" to pace a superb performance Glaize with 15 points was Char- Schoolboy track and field meet to by the Bulldogs, Martins.burg used les Town's runnerup in scoring be staged in Charleston SaCurday Its domination of the 440-yard behind Cooper. Palumbo who won i.t was learned Wednesday. dash, mile, shot put and discus as the pole Vau~t for the third Coach Richard Harmison said a springboard to a coveted victory, straight year was third with 14. he wi'll take Milton Cooper, Nickie Palum'bo, Frank Ranalli and Bill The C~bournites amassed 38 Bernard Bailey producd Page Glalze to Oharleston Friday and .~oints in the four events while Jackson's top ffort by tying ~:ey- Coach Adam Craven of Page Jack Cl~arles Town could manage but ser's Rupert Bosley for first place son H ig~h said 'he will t.ake Law- five. In the high jump Charles Town, with Milt Cooper The first and second place fin- fence and Bernard Bailey to the meet. The Page Jackson group :will emergin~ as Che meet's lead~n~ ishers in each event qualified by ,also motor 'to Charleston Friday. scorer ~vi~h 17 points won five the state track finals to be held BotCh groups will return Sunday events and could conceiva01y have Saturday afternoon at Charles- retained its crown but for an in- ion's Laldley Yield. CoaCh Harmison said Cooper Jury sldellvLlng Paul Coffman-the The results: will pa~ticbP@te in the broad jump, talented hurdler and highjump 100 yard dash:l-.Franzinger (M)the 220-yard d,as~h ,and the 120- ace who was unable to participate 2-Keedy (M); -Palumbo (CT); yard high hurdles Pa~lumbo will due to ~t leg injury 4-Lane (M); 4-Montgomery (K). be in ~he 220-yard da.sh and the The lone record to fall came inTime: 10.4 seconds, pole vault. ~laize will be entered Dry...in your dryer ...out comes your suit completely pressed If you travel often.., or live away from home.., or are always waiting for the dry cleaner to deliver... Northcool A~tomatic Wash 'n Wear is the perfect suit for you. Get all the style and comfort you want--and be rid of the upkeep costs you don't want. Your Northcool suit saves you time and cleaning bills; keeps you looking good.at all times. Of course, you can drip- dry, or send to the cleaners, if you like. See the brilliant array of new patterns, colors, and ideas that will keep you smiling' all year long. Our selection is at its peak now--so get in quickly, while we lmve your size. in .t,he 180-ya~-d. low hurdles and $29 95 TO$39 95 t.he discus where Ridgeley's Bill 220 yard dash:l-Cooper (CT); ~he broad jump and Ranalli in,t~he * " * Scott uncorked a toss of 134 feet 2-Pahimbo (CT); 3-Robinson (M) 440-yard dash. 4 7/8 inches to surpass Che prev- 4-Rice (BS); 5-Burns (CT). Time ..... ions mark of 131 feet V2 inch set 24.4 seconds. Both of t'he Page. Jackson en- "-" "--"--" by the late Jack Kibler of Mar'- 440 yard dasl~: 1-Franzinger tries will be in the high jump. Meet the world's best fitting slacks: tinsburg In '51. Ironically, the rec (M); 2-Lane (M); 3-Phillips (,R) , ' ...... ord toss came on Scott's first try 4-C~utekunst (M); 5-Ranalli (CT) Free Trout Catches NORTHCO01, SLACKS and was his only throw that bet- Time: 54.5 seconds. ,,~ tered the 126 feet 9s/~ inch effort 880-yard run: 1-Snyder (M);2 'By Mason, Morris ]i/] of Martirtsburg's Otto Reuter who Hendershot (BS) ; 3-Mills ~K) ; LARGE PARKING AREA finished in second place. 4-Jackson (CT); 5-Frazier (BS); Two of the~trout ea~tches l~ranzinger's tremendous run- Time: 2:09.2. to ,be repor~ted this season were 9 R A C E S N I G H T L Y ning in the 100 yard dash, George Mile ru~a: 1-Snyder (M); 2- made ~by J~mes Mason of ~at.z,fa~ Snyder's classy effort in the ~80 De.range (M); 3-Mills (K); 4- the Glamorous Clubhouse Dining Room and Mike Sullivan's victory in the Whi,e (CT) ; 5-Griffin(CT). i Grant .l~ar~n near Sure,nit Point ,and H~mer 'Morris o? Charles shot put matched a "double" by Tlme:4:58. Town. And.oo. o.to.o..oro "- -;KASTLE MEIS .STOR .... FOR RESERVATIONS, CALL Cooper in the 220 and high hur- 120 yard high hurdles: 1-Coop-~m~de in Bu~skln Ru~. CHARLES TOWN 1000 -----~----'---- er (CT) 2-Glaize (CT); 3-Ham mond (M); 4-McCarthy (M); 5- Mason caught a four pound 21 -'------ ----" FLORSHEIM SHOES stocks CT). Time: 16 seconds, on his farm on April 29 and Mor- 180 yard )o~v hurdles: 1-Glaize .vis ,cauffh a 19-in(~h 2-3 POund (c~r); 2-McCa:-bhy (M); 3-Prye ~brown ~rout on Apvll 25. (CT) ; 4-I-lammond (M) ; 5-Sims, Couny Conserv~tR>n Officer Earl Sizes From 5 to 12 ' (PJ). Time: 22.4 seconds. Kidweil sa~{i ~n rvporting these (Next To Post Office) 440 y~rd relsy: l oKeyser (Key- BRIOHTE6T TRACK IN AMERICA TOWN AND COUNTRY dy-~haw-MilleroMo~tgomery); 2- tmro largo ~ch'eS tl~t pl,ans are E Charles Town; 3-Page Jackson; to do s~)me moresv~ocking af the CHARL S TOWN, - - - W. VA. C L 0 T H I E R S 4-Romney Deaf; 5-Martinsburg. couny's sbre~ms t~s week. Time: 46.7 seconds. High court rea~flrms ban on a Turn I'o 2-]$ wife's i~i!" ?!