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Mr. Mirror or Your Mind - - for inter- esting facts about behavior . a regular feature in THE BALTI- MORE NEWS AMERICAN On sale at your local newsdealer SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1966 The Spirit Of Jefferson-Advocate THE HENLEY,,, DOMINATE8 THE KNIT SHIRT SCENE Harpers trip to Penneys is spon- sored by Northwestern Golf Co. whom he is affilated with. Mr. Harper holds many Professional Records. He is winner of National P. G. A. Championship, Colonial National Invitation, Texas Open Championship, E1 Paso Open Cha- mpionship, Virginia Beach Open Championship, Mid.Alantic P. G. A. Championship, and Six times winner of The Virginia State Open. Mr. Harper is the 1965 winner of the National Seniors Open Championship at Las Vegas O Bellowed from the shirts worn by the rowers on the River Henley, this racy neckline has become the fashion favorite. It feels great . . . it looks hand- somely different. We feature the Henley line in literally dozens of treatments. Race in to choose your favorites! Dixie, Halite Awar A frie YCleped Dixie-Na Ransom board Cq Partieipa Bloodmo ees of evening, a dinner The Which award Jefferso Commer riding i ors at From Page-I-B Coach Sims to make such a re- quest of the board, he must have known it would not receive favor able reaction from the Board off the books of the Activities Commission. As for the Charles Town.Han- co01~ same; Bobby Doleman admit ted to us that he struck one of the game officials after the game as he was heading for the dress- ing room. He said he did so be- members, for a number of tea- cause the official had shoved his son coach. And since Commission's First of all in the first instance rules clearly state that such an a member of the Appeals Board was present and saw first hand. Just what did take place. And with such first hand information, plus det~led reports from the officials WhO worked the Berk- eley Springs, Charles Town game, the Board certainly would not, an could not retract, and apolo- gize for the decision it rendered in that im,~mnce, The board appar ently felt after hearing the evi- dence it had on the matter, that the charges were sufficient for the reprimand of the coach and the fine aga t tl schooi. We did disagree at the time with the Board s assessment of a fine against the athletic treasury of Charles TownHigh School/and with the generN'p CY of taking money from the athletic treasury of any high school as a means of punishment for the tmproper act ion of a school's staff And recently this rule was wiped NIN/IOEA$ FOR A NEW ERA /NSURA NCE 7 oheok for new ideaol act on the part of a player against an official calls for automatic suspension of the player involved we cannot see how the Commiss- ion had any alternative other than to suspend Doleman as it did As for the reprimand which the Commission levied against Coach Sims for what it ruled was a dis- play of unsportmanlike action in the Charles Town-Hancock game, we understand the Hancock High School has motion pictures of the game which will substantiate the Commissions findings against Con ch Sims, to be justified. We also further understand that contrary tO what we were told, officials of Hancock High School 'did not withdraw the charges it had made against Coach Sims to the Corn mission. We are not saying that Hancock officials did not indicate to Charles Town High officials NORHAN E. KI,SNER Comm]tut West Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I nesday on the Charles Town High al track. The Panthers got a lift from Phil!ip Taylor and William Smith who scored fine victories in the discus and high jump respectively John Walters, Ron Rissler and Insurance Co., Post-Gazette Reader-Insurance Dept., Box 957, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15230. DO YOU UNDERSTAND HUMAN BEHAVIOR? Waiter Strange also scored victor- Why do people act the way they mS for Charles Town and Dick do? What motivates them? Learn Shockey, Rissler, Arthur Dodson and Henry Davenport teamed up more about psychology..m the easy-to-understand feature m The to win the 880-yard relay. Baltimore News American. Read Dickie Beard, a former Charles Town Highathletic star, provided ~ t a "double" for the Clarke County won't have a thing to do with it team, winning .the low and high It is somewhat ridiculous to hurdles. blame all the mistakes that are made in an athletic event on tli~ . !iNsuP~D PROTF~TION game officials and assume the Now Over 60,00o Post-Gazette attitude that the players and readers are enjoying insured coaches played their roles perfect. ly, or fine. Charles Town Trackmen Tie Clarke County In Dual Meet On Home Reid The Charles Town High track and field team battled the Clarke County trackmen to a 61~ to 61~ point draw in a dual meet Wed- "peace of mind" for only 10 cents a week. The small investment gives them insured protection in case of accidents whether at home at work, at play, in school, while traveling and on vacation, It's around the clock protection cover Lug the insured whether the acci- dent. is a simple cut or burn re- quiring a doctor's attention or a serzous fracture demanding hospi tal care. Write for complete details: Reg istrar Agent, Washington Nation- that the problems which arose following the game were settled, and that they did not plan to press chargee But we are sayin~ that the Commission received no nc~tice from the Hancock officials that they had come to a change of heart on the matter. We would say that the real victim and the person who w~s hurt the most in the rumpus which followed the game was little Bobby Doleman, who lost a year of athletic eligibility be- cause he became involved in a rht~barb which developed between Coach Sims and the officials after the football game had been com- pleted and which took place some distance from the football field. It was Doleman and Ire Easter- tkrom ['age One) and also give lessons and it will be easy for local people to fred when hey go down that way. This driving range is lo- cated righ near a Howard Johnson Restaurant at Fat-flax nvJe and you go straight down Route 50 to reach it.. Best of luck, fellow... PIMLICO is sold out of reserve seats for the big Preakness Race on Saturday, May 21. "Not a ticket to be had," General Manager Leeds Rieiy informed us over the telephone this afternoon... BOB SNYDER, one-time outstanding weightlifting champ- ion from Hagerstown, Md, who operates an Intertype here at this newspaper office, received a nice write-up in the June edition of Strength & Health Magazine, now on the local newsstands. Bob Hoffman, renowned expert on lifting, mentions Snyder, retired printer, in a story entitled, "What '~ " cl Can We Learn From The Old T mers. The story m udes a picture bf Mr. Snyder, taken many years ago when he was one' of the weight lifter in the entire United States. Drop by r ewspaper plant on North George Street any Tuesday and meet thi nationally recognized sports person- ality.., PORTER TO SHEPHERD: Clarence "Butch" Porter, foot- day, one of the four officials who ball, basketball and baseball star at Petersburg High School, worked the game, who actually will enroll at Shepherd College next Fall. He is one of throe received the brunt of the punish- Petersburg High students who have been awarded scholar- mont. ships to Colleges. During his senior year he was named to As we have said before, we have never been of the opinion in our 25 years of covering and writing about sports events, that the toot of a whistle determines the out- come of any athletic event. We were present that night of Oct. 9, in Berkeley Springs, and whether lciatin was good or bad, , and was, immaterial to us, and uld have been to the Charles Town High coaching staff. The really important thing that night, and in any and all athletic events, is that the coaches and the play- ers should concentrate of playing the game as best they cam And if they do that, the better team Will always prevail, all things be- ing equal. If Dame Fortune smiles on one team more than it does on sm'e tim the All-Sectional tournament basketball team in the Cla s AA group, and was also named to the same honor in regional play. He m said to be one of the top athletes in the Potomac Valley area... FRED KRATZ was first, with his son Jimmy close on his heels as the two popular local jockeys finished the second race in, hat order at Pimlico last Friday..,. Another member of the ding family, F. W. Kratz, has returned from Detroit with his agent Bill Hunter, - and young F. W, plans to do.his riding for the rest of the Summer at the two Charles Town 9~ tracks. And both F. W. and Bill Hunter think Stupendous is the horse they are going to have to beat in the Pimlico "Pie ess " HIGHLEY RODERICK who took off last week because of the Primary election, says: "Did you know that before TV nobody ever knew what a headache or stomachache looked like ?"... Bmmulr...le "Charge It - Take Up to 6 Months to Pay With No Service Charge" AUTHORIZED DEALER8 We're already breaking last year's sales records --and those were tops It's because we've got a great routine going. High trade-ins, low price tags and swinging spring special deals. Come in. Catch our act. You'll rave. 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