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I II I II At 6 p.m. --- SPORTS SECTION --- Citgo To Meet Charle DO-'N -- IT-OR In Opener; Home Alter, I Lose To Town High Win . Crown: Bt !e0MPLET ZG ICTURES Legionnaires Play Wed. I Martinsburg High penmg OF JEFFERSO; FARMERS ADVOCATE Pony League Baseball will get underway in .Jefferson County MAY 26, 1966 SECTION--B NEWS again Sunday evening, when two of the four teams in the league tangle in the season's opener to be staged at the Legion Park field at 6 p. m. Frank Manuel, president of the Jefferson Little Baseball League, under whose auspices the Pony League is being staged, said Tues day that the Shenandoah Ponies, who ran away with the league race last year with 13 as a single defeat will :i::ii : :'::!i x:: ::: American League Opens Play At 2; National League Begins At 6 P. M. BY DON RENTCH 11 will be "Play Ball", for some 150 youngsters of the Charles Town and Ranson areas Monday when Little League baseball once ~gain takes over the sports spot light in the two communities And the outdoor Summer sports for these youngsters between the ages of 9 and 12 years, will be on a larger scale this Summer than ever before, with two different leagues being in operation in- stead of the, one of past years. The American League, the new est addition to the Jefferson Little Baseball League's organizat ion, will be the first to move into the spotlight with the opening day's activities in this four-team league set to get underway at 2 p. m. on the new little lea