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Jefferson Little From Page One Clinton L. Corbin, Donald Whiq;t- leghorn, Dewey B. Noland, Ran- dolph Crites. Dodgers-Michael I~Asner, Jimmy :Hammond. ~I~e~ Perks, Allen Wayne Bealhn'/, Michael R. Dor- soy, Kei~ Wagner and Raymond Burker. Giants-Billy Whi,tt~ngtorL Bev- erley F. Carroll, Cl~arl~e McCor-I nick, Sonny lalum, Terry Lee Row ?and, ~t, ephen Anderson, Riley Thompson. Indians-Fernando Martinez, Mi ohael McKee. Braves-Tyrone Wayne'Hill, Ri- chic McCol~nick, Del Gainer, Rog- er W. Unger, Donald O~t, Russell Cave, l~chard A. Lee, Arthur An- derson, Carl M. Anderson, Jr., Raymond Funkhouser, Robert E. Hankins, Paul Wdlt, Gregory Ste- vens, Billy Wilfing~ham,Charles D. PenweH. FIRST HALF Cribs-Eugene Magaha, P~on~ald June 1--Yankees vs. Giants S. Corse, Eddy Whittington, Mi- chael N. Obt, Robert W. Slaugen- ter, Jimmy Morison, Clarence E. Park, Billy Pierce, I~vid John- son, R(>ber~ Benton, DonoAd Spe- eht, Jerry W. Dad~ngqx)n, Gerald F. Painter, Jr., Greg Carper, Ken net;h Wasson, Jr., Tenny L. Carper Curtln Harrison Team managers are: YANKEES--Luther Coulter 'GIANTS---Bill Mercer INDIANS---Meredith Polen CUBS---Austin Bowers BRAVES--Robert Vi~t and Fra~nkie Ran~lli DODGERS--Russell Miller and Carl Merchant Directing the league's ac~iviCAes are Ohe following officers: President - - Donald S. Nolanfl V.-President - Harry Wilt Secretary - William Perks Treasurer - Edgar Heckman Player Agent T. A, Lowery Umpire in Chief-- ---Preston Merchant The 1959 schedule as released this week will be as foBows: AS Low AS THIS INCLUDES Distribution, Excise Tax, Hand- ling Charges, New Car Preparati:n. PLUS Torsion Aire Ride, Total Contact Brakes, Electri: Windchield Wipers, Safety Rim Wheels, Automatic Choke, Luster Bond Enamel, Oriflow Shock Absorbers, Dual Horns, Directional Signals, Body Side Molding, Safety Glass Windows, Self Tightening Wheel Lugs. See C. F. in Charge of Sales ---A T--- W ALL'S July 2--Dodgers vs. Indians 3---Cubs vs. Braves 4---Indians vs. Yankees 5--Giants vs. Cubs 8---Braves vs. Dodgers 9--Indians vs. Cubs 10-----Giants vs. Braves ll--Yankees vs. Dodgers 12--Cubs vs. Yankees 15---Dodgers vs. Giants 16--Braves vs. Indians 17---Yankees vs. Braves 18--Dodgers vs. Cubs 19--Giants vs. Indians 22--Giants vs. Yankees 23---Indians vs. Dodgers 24--Braves vs. Cubs 25--Yankees vs. Indians 26--Cubs vs. Giants 29--Dodgers vs. Braves 30--Cubs vs. Indians 1--Braves vs. Giants 2---Dodgers vs. Yankees 3---Yankees vs. Cubs 6---Giants vs. Dodgers 7--Indians vs. Braves 8--Braves vs. Yankees 9---Cubs vs. Dodgers 10---Indians vs. Giants SECOND HALF July 13--Yankees vs. Giants 14--Dodgers vs. Indians 15---Cubs vs. Br&ves 16--Indians vs. Yaakees 17---Giamts vs. Cubs 20--Braves vs. Dodgers 21---Indians vs. Cubs 2?,--Gia~nts vs. Braves 23--Yankees vs. Dodgers 24---Cubs vs. Yankees 27--Dodgers vs. Giants 28--Braves vs. Indians 29---yamkees vs. Braves 30--Dodgers vs. Cubs 31--Giaxtts vs. Indians Aug. 3---Giants vs. Yankees 4--Indians vs, Dodgers 5--Braves vs. Cubs 6---Yankees vs. Indians 7--Cubs vs. Giants 10--Dodgers vs. Braves Shepherd Value P ge; WVU Education Shepherd College paid a well-de proud of the school's a'thletic pro- served tribute to i.t's athletes in all gram and its important place in sports during the 1958-59 year the total eduoabic~nal program. ,Monday night at a banquet stag- Edward Dockeney, spovtcas'ter, ed in the college cafeteria, with for Rid,to Station WEPM, also re- Neville "Bunny" Leonard of Lees- cognized Dean Emeritus A. D. Ken burg, Va. an ou'tstanding perform almond. er on tJhe gridiron, geeing the %op CoaChes a/IJtending the affair in honor in ,being n, amed ,as the "Out cluded Hun%or Maddex and Eddie standing Senior Athlete". Seibert, Handley; Steve Riptey, The large turnou.t of players, Musselman; Bill Osbourne and coaches, sportswriters 'and news- Nevin Strider, Shepherdstewn; casters, plus college officials and Paul Hedges, Gary Kerns and A,1- players, were on hand to see Leon i len Goldstrom, Berkeley Springs; ard and 0he other Shepherd ruth- Bill Harmon, South Hagerstown; letes feted and lauded on %heir Adam Craven, Page Jackson; Jdm past year's efforts; and also to nw, ,MarCAnsburg Junior hear an in~eresting and inspiring Hi~h; Mike Skinner, Mount Vet- talk by Fred Schaus, head basket- !non; John Pox, Potomac State: ball c~aeh at West Virginia Uni- Huck Miers, Piedmon, t; Jo~n Shel versiCy, ton, Keyser; Eck Miers, Warren SChaus who .has been making ,Coun,ty; Clyde Green, Romney; t~e banquet circuit around the and Dave Largent, Loudoun Coun state for *he past month, .first ty. complimented the S~epherd a*h- Also introduced were ~ax Brown lores on t'heir fine program of the and Donald Ren,tch of ~he Spirit past year and praised their efforts of Jefferson Advocate and Bob on Ohe field, 'the court and the dia Scrivener of The Journ, al. .mend. He %hen went in'to a brief Movies covering t~e higth, lights discussion of the Pan-American of West Virginia's past f~ball games in LoudsviHe, Ky. He told and basketball cam,paAgns ~were the reason for the Pan-American shown following *~he program a~t games and pointed out that two Reynolds Hall. 4;earns from the strong AAU lea- JOhn Egle, who is business man: gue and a squad of Air Force stars ager a% Shepherd and Mrs. Egle and a 14-man team of College All ,were hosts ~o Schaus, o~her coach Stars had participated in the es, businessmen of S'hepherdstow,n tria'ls at Louisville wi~h the top and members of the wri,ting fra%er performers havi,ng been named ,to nity for an informal discussion ffol, participate in the Pan-American lowing the affair. games a~t Chicago, Ill. Aug. 28 to Sept. 6. PHONE ,101 CHARLES I Ill IIII I I ~1111 IIIII III Coach Scha s heaped praises Charles Town ll---Cubs vs. Indians upon t)he tremendous plays of his ln'rom P~ge One 12---Braves vs, GiantsCollege squad, especially Jerry ___ 13---Dodgers vs, Yankees West, Oscar Re'bergson and J~hn- al two Charles Town markers in 14--Yankees vs. Cubs ny Green. Vhe fifth. 17---Giants vs. Dodgers In a series of commen%s on his ] 18--Indians vs. Braves West Virginia team of Vhe past The boxscore: 19--Braves vs, Yankees season Coach Schaus shared the Pards Island AB R HI 20---Cubs vs. Dodgers Mountaineers had scored many of 1%iggins, 2b ............ 3 3 I! 21--Indians vs. Giants l:heir victories solely on the "de- Walker, 3b, p .......... 5 1 (First TeamListedisHomeTeam) sire and heart" to He also G~es, cf .............. 2 0 ? praised the excellent work which Spatafore, ss .......... 3 0 ---- - " high school coaches of the state Segich, lb ............ 4 0 Newc0mers 0. are doing and common'ted that Baker, If ............4 0 1 proof of t~is was provided in .the Bacot, rf .............. 4 0 1 fact ~hat 13 of the 16 players on R. Baker, c ......... '.., 4 FROM PAGE I .his squad hail from West Virginia. DeSantis, p ............ 1 here Sunday. ~.:s-'-marks the first In directing more serious thou- Hardy, 3b .............. 3 0 0 time that a ChJarles Town Legion gh*~s and pointing to the Shepherd baseball club has on%ordained a players, Coach Scbaus stressed Totals ............. _33 4 8 club from ~l~imore since the IA~ :the great importance of a proper LEGION AB R H %le Flawer team played here some balance between aUhle~ic and aca Zombro, rf ............ 4 years ago. The ou,tcome of t~hat demics in any high school or col Miller, If ............... 3 1 0 lege educa,tion. contest had the Legion winning The WVU men, tor also spoke se Gainer, If .............. 2 Vhe contest 2 to 1. Game Vitae as riously .about Vhe "necessity of Doyle, ss ............... 4 0 0 usual Sunday a~ 2:30 p.m. winning" being emphasized in Hopkins, cf ............ 3 Truck freight rose sharply dur- some col~eges-n0ting a great need Moehler, lb ............ 3 ~ for the proper balance between a- Barney, lb .............. 2 0 0 ing December. and a~'hle%ic programs. Bond, 2b .............. 2 Following a delicious Swiss No~vood, 2b ............ Have you ever noticed hem ~eak dinner, recognition was ~iv Jamison, 3b ............ 1 0 10 many People haven't learned o en ,he members of Shepherd's ,MalaChuk, c ............ ~alk? football basketball, baseba,ll and Dodson, c .............. ~ 0 ' Till 7[ ' [: swimming squads with the respect Ishexwood, p .......... 3 0 0 This is one of the highlights of your life. We hope you will remember it with pleasure as we offer our best wishes for the future. II ive coaffhes speaking briefly on ~the highlights of the past season. Totals ..............34 11 1O Lowe, baseball mentor noted his club ,had finished i~s Polite lies o~ten begirt wit~ "1 campaign wi't.h a wi,rming recordhave nothing to wear." and called on his players to s~and ~----- and be recognized. Irvin Fei,gor, High court reaffirms ban on a swimming coach expressed sa~tis- wife's testimony. faction over his team's showing and noted Shepherd had lost by only a slim margin in ,the WVIC meet, He also praised the work of out-going captain Mike Ball as, and recognized the new co-cap- ,rains Jim Bryant and l~uss Pfi%- zinger. Jesse R, iggleman, head football and basketball coach, sta,ted his appreciation of ~he fine support given by the Shepherd adminis,tra ,lion. He expressed t'hat the foot- ball squad of last fall had a grea,t desire to win, adding "We had t'he finest bunch of boys on the team since I took over ,the poSt here." He also praised the work of captains Norm Lineburg, Mike Balas .and Bunny Leonard 'for %heir major part in the success of Rams. Dr. Oliver S. Ikenberry also a word of weleo,me, noting the banquet brought together an annual meeting of She~erd's ath 'lutes and ~ha~ he was ex.tremely WHEREVER YOU'GO Whether you are at home or traveling far away, it can be a costly experience when valuable possessions are stolen from you. How- ever, if you have our Broad Form Personal Theft policy your prop- erty is covered ~nywhere in the world against near- ly all types of theft loss. H. S. CLOPPER, JR Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds Formerly W. Berry Grove Agency 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 Phone:-10 Charles Town, W. Va. (Bring Your Banking Problems To Us... No Obligation At All) --Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System--- Hrs. Bowers Celebrated 87th Birthday Thursday .]V~rs. M. K. Bowers quietly col ebrated her 87,th birbhday on May 21st at her home on E. W:ashing- ,ton St. A family b~rt~hday dinner w~ill be given her on Sunday. Mrs. Bowers enjoys good heal'th and is still very active. Attends her club and church regularly. Her favor- ~'te pass time is sewing, reading and baking. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 2--B THURSDAY, MAY If You Want Results Use Spirit-Advocate rll DR. VERA HSCHER, Optometrist EYES EXAMINED -- GLASSES FITTED Hours:~9:45 5:00-~Closed Tuesday and Thursdal OPEN Friday Evenings Until 9:00 P. M. Phone 785 112 S. Charles St. Charles Town, W, Not a dream of the future.., not priced far out of sight.., but here, #oday... priced to sell, today! 0 The greatest u,0.,,0, IUARANTEE[ in home freezing since the invention eli ,6.0 u. ft. NO FROST Food Freezer, itself-- NO DEFROSTING yours for $ 13 :/:i::::~: .... You'll feel like .... :::'~,: |.i" ,.d ~ 0 q.een with a Frigidaire :ii! Backed by FROST-PROOF Freezer. :ii!i:: ~eneral Motors CHARLES TOWN-- SHEPHERDSToWN '- Wash The Fast, Modern Economical Ill IL_. 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