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High Trackmen Finish Fifth In State Schoolboy Meet lr Of JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1974 HEADED FOR W. VA. STATE: Marcel basketball star at Jefferson Higl l.st four years, may well be headed for State College, located at Institute, a basketball scholarship. at Charles Town High School, honors. He a]so proved to be one outstanding schoolboy cage stars in and surrounding states each of the of his high school career, being among and rebounders. As a result of this coaches were impressed with his but not at all impressed with rating. There is also a good pos- Foulks, one of the top back-court in the section and area, may wind college in North Carolina... SUBMITS "Ri'G'NATION.--Indications High School will have a new Coach next year. Robert (Bob) Rizzo, head coach of the Cougar cage squad sent a letter to Schools Superin- Pickens and the Jefferson County last week, in which he stated he can be assured of the cooperation school and also School Board Officials, ; Wish to remain'in the head basketball The letter came out of a move at meeting, of the Board of Education, on a transfer list from his position as Basketball Coach at Jefferson High. the Board refused to go along Pickens in this move, and re- for the head coaching position, but The Board will be asked to letter of resignation at the next night, June 10. We understand pertains only to Rizzo's coach at Jefferson High on his Jayvee football coaching responsibilities at the high school... HIGH BANQUET: Our thanks to ff Athletics Doug Lutman for his invitat- the Jefferson High Athletic banquet of this week.. Sorry that we could but a previous committment, to the nominating committee for the Veterans on this same date for us to be among you fine that we would have enjoyed both Acrue and Bill Lindsey's remarks.. has long been one of our fay- we hope that the Band Boosters a rain check for some of their fine cook- date... ONE OF LEADERS: In a recent money winners to date this Sam Snead is listed at to date and has earned $22,987, too bad at all, for this nearing- a" o of the f trways.. Truly a remark- Sam Snead... Life Bowlers Champions Night Bowling League staff of , Insurance won of the I,ad. Thursday ,in Bru- Another honor came to ,the ! Cisman girls' when team Dorothy Slusher won the high hxlividual average award for the season. She finished up with a fine 115 seasonel aver- age. Her daugMer, Ga Wright a w the inddvidtml high set We the award, a 394, set. The Peoples IAfe Bowlers eve .the also phced second .in .the ,high team set scores for the season, the .final with  1.672 and 4ird high for Crabby Cea game score wi, th a 583 fizstl sec- game. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Dohman Wins 440-yard Crown; Cougar Mile Relay Team Also State Champs MIKE FOX The Jefferson Iigh Cougar track and field .team, while small in numbers, oly nine of em quifying for he big meet, but tall in talent, came the closest last Friday and Sat uday of winning the annual ste Schoolboy track nd field classic, of any .team from the Eastern part of West V,irginia. Head Coach Wayne Whi.t ,more took nine boys who quail fled for he state meet in Peg tonal competition, to Charles- .ton last Priday for the big neet, and six of them scored enough points to permit the Cougars to finish in 5th place among the 40 Class- ,ACA schools Chat participated in .th( two-day event. This was the ,highest ,in e state meet any team from the Eastern part of West Virginia, has ever finish- ed..And Coach Whitmore feels if the COugars' crack 880-yard i relay team had not had the misfortune to drop the baton the Cougars might well have been right up near the top at the finish. The Cougars finish- ed up with 19 points, just one point back of John ershatl JOHN DOLEMAN ! elmad The 880-yard relay tem up of Robert Tvyman, ]David Feagans, Mike Busey and Charley Carey, was off o a good start in the first lap of the race, bat 4n exchange of the baton between .the first and second Cougars. runners here was a drop and even 'tholgh Feagans managed to pick ap ,the baton and ,file Cou- gars tried vainly to battle back, they ad ost too much g-otmd and did not ish among the f'trst five teams. John Doleman, who has con- sistently been the top 440-yard sprinter in this section and area  past season, also pro- ROBERT TWYMAN ed to be the best in West Vir- ginia Fiday night when e won is event, the first runn. irg event on the Friday night program. The senior speedster covered the distance in 49.4 seconds, breaking e Jefferson High record which he had set himself earlier this season. Doleman had a rater easy time of it winning 4e state crown as ,he ran a great race. Later Doleman came back to finish second in the 220-yard clash, 22.3 seconds, for another new school record in this eve and just 3/10 of a second back of the winner, who covered the distance in 22 seconds fiat. The Jefferson High Mile Re- lay team of Chalie Carey, Dav- id Wax'man, David Feagans and John Doleman also gave the Cougars a championship in this event, covering the distaRce in three minutes 27.5 seconds. The time for the Cougar quartet in his event was better than .the school record. While e Cotgar 440-yard relay earn of Twyman, Feg- ans, Busey and Fox, did nat qualify i the state ,meet t's time in state competition clipp- ed two seconds off ,the school record. Robert TwTmn finished fou rth in the long jump for he Cougars, wi.h a lap of 20.9 eet and Mike Fox finished ifth in e pole ault with a jump of 12 feet. He cleared .the bar at 12-feet, but were mzt t he heihth of 12.6. Csrleston High won the meet with 30 points, while Stonewall Jackson had 29, St. Albans, 23 and John Marshall 20. Then came Jefferson with 19, East Bank with 18; George Washington, 15; Huntington 14 East Fairmont 12, Liberty 12, Nitro 10; Dunbar 9, Huntington East and Bluefield $ each; Parkersburg South 7, Beckley, Lewis Calmly, Wheeling, all six; DuPont, Brooke County and Morgantown 5 each; Prince ton, South Charleston, and Welch 4 each; Oak Glenn and Triadelphla 3 each; and Mar- tinsburg 1. A total of 13 schools did :not figure i,n the scoring at all. MT. ZION A. M. E. CHURCH SERVICES ANNOUNCED Scrvces for Mt. Zion A. M. E. Ohtrch at Duffields for Sun day June 2rid, are as follows. Sunday School 9:30. Morning Worship and Communion 11:00 Dinners will be soki beginning at 1:30. A special service M 3:00 speakers wiM be The Rev. Bane pastor of St. John's Baptist Ohm'ch Shepherdstown. POST TIME 7:15 P.M. == iD 13 RACES SATURDAYS Post time 6 P.M. l FABULOUS BUFFET WEDNESDAYS aD FULLY AIR CONDITIONED GRANDSTAND i THE ONLY BI6 EXACTA AROUND Phone for reservation. Washinpton 737.2323. Baltimore 6a5-0200. Other areas 304.725-7001. Grandstand Admis. so $1.50. II I [ II _Jl IIIII Jl I Pirates Lead Summit Point Little League The members of the Summit Point IAt, le League are selling 1 $hi week to raise ,funds for necessary basebati equipment, and t is ,hoped t te mnunity il re- spond  is effo. Insurance ice ,the players has ,been under witten by the South Jefferson i Runtan Cub ,but many eddR- 0ma expenses are incurred dm'ing :0he playing season. Foty-eight boys have report- od for practice iis year md 1rove been divided i.mo four teams: ,the Pit;ties, coached by Ernie Rudolph and Gene John son, the Braves, coached by Gram Megargee and Jnmy Coats; ne Angels, coached by Clay Stamey and Ernie ,ud- ph and the Rangers, coached by Ronne DeHaven and Doug Peyton, the ktter (we being the "minor league" comprised of the younger group of boys. To date ree games bare been played. In the first ,game the Angels defeated the ,Rang- ers 'by a score of 10 .to 3, wi.t Pml Rudolph the winning pR- ober and Scott ,Bayliss e los- ing pitcher. In the two ensuring games the Pirates have defea.ted the Braves, in the first by a score of 12 .to 7, with Mark Rudolph as the winning pitcher ad Carol Hummer as Nm losing pitcher, and with both pitchers hitting a home run. In the sec end game e winning itche," was Mark Rudolph and .the losing pitoher was Chip Wilsan Mark Rudolph Imvirtg hit a! home run for ,the Pirates and i Ca'ol Hummer and Chp W,il. son each getting a R for t, he Braves. The gmnes are being played on he LRtle League field on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings and al interested persons are urged to attend and enjoy e games. Ladies' Golf At Sleepy Hollow II I J ..(BY NANCY ROTH) Ladies Day was cancelled on Thursday the 23rd. RAIN! ! Six ,teams in ,the May Tourna- ! merit have completed 54 oles of ply. The .team of Ethlyn McDormld  Dot Brown are arrowing the 4cad of' iddy Smoot and 1artha Smith. Their lead is now ony six strokes. In June we have our Hmdi- cap hampionship. This .tourna meat is match play and allows 100% ,handicap. The sign-up I sheet s in the ,laddes locker iroom md we would }ike o i have-all the ,ladies 4ake part .n iis touraament. Stop :in nd sign up by June 1st. Play wil, l start on June rd and will run :most of the month of June. On Wednesday of .this week I had the pleasure of plaFig the Eaglehead Golf Course at Lake Linganor in Frederick. One of ,my playing partners, a Miriam Tabler from Oatons- vi, tle, Md., ,broke the course re- cord with a blazing 83 and that was migtly fine playing be- cause ,lmt s a tough mgh course. We hope to go to Baltimore, next week ,to wash  ,Lady Pros at the Pine Ridge carouse. S be ineresting and exeR ing. Don' forget to get down and sign up or the Ladies Hend4cap Totrnament. Leet0wn Pirotes Still Unbeaten In Potomac Play Potemae Little League STANDING OF TEAMS TeJm W. L Pirates 6 0 Giants 5 1 Senators 3 3 Yankees 3 3 Angels 3 3 Bluebirds 2 4 Tigers 1 5 Twins 1 5 mOm The Leet ,Pirates coptinu ed their perfect play in e Potomac I.attle League ,last week as ey scored a 6-3 -i. ,tory over ,the Senators in their only battle. The wi was sixth wRhout a defeat Steve Sanderson picked up he victory for edm Pirates ad Jay Mmney 4oak e loss.  Lebida had a tmne a'un for e Piretes and G. Wmiter bad a ,round  for foe Sena'm. kept pace with the Irates by scoring a 10-7 vkory over e Yankees, wtt J. roet gett, t e vetory. Page Jackson Boys, Girls WinChampionship In Track For Jefferson County Elementary Schools WINNERS--Shown above are the boys and girls along with coaches and teacher advisors, who gave the Page Jackson Elementary School, the track championship of the elementary schools in Jefferson County. The meet was staged at Charles Town Junior High School re. cently and this marked the first time the Page Jackson boys and girls participated. They are as shown above: First row (left to right)--Delwin Summers, Wayne Cline, Troy McDonald, Kevin Kelican, Billy Matter, Frankie Alvarez and Darrell Viands. Second row (left to right)-- Mrs. Charles Hine (member of the faculty and coach), Jeri Stephenson, Paulette Carr, Cindy Hough, Terri Smith, Wilma Jones, Venus McDonald, Karen Paige, Laura Neal, Donna New- man, and Joanna Day. Third row (left to right)--Glen Bradley and Robert Lipscomb (members of the faculty and coaches), Allyson Scott, Kim Carper, Sandra .Carr, Angelo Bailey, Kandy Kidwell and Mary Small, Paul Espinosa, Theda Wintermoyer, Dale Manuel, Richard McDonald, (coaches and teachers) and William Willingham, School Principal, Fourth row (left to right) Allen Craig, Troy Weaver, Anthony Newman, Billy Jones, Dwayne Froster, Harry Barker, Robert Sharp, and Dwayne Wean. Back row (left to right)--Steve Engle, Jerry Myers, David Nell, Earl Fo'ulks, Kevin Wilson, Roney Sharp, Joe Stehr and Glen Clark. girls won ine of he 12 events, w, irh Nort Jefferson winning two and Ranson one. The Page Jackson boys won all six of their events, ith the irls winning three of dx. Jimmy Myers won ,the 600 yard run in the boys competR. ion for Page Jackson, covering the dibtance in 1 nounte and 43.1 seconds. Wil, liarn Jones, also of Page Jeckson finished second .and Robert Sharp of Page Jackson was Mrd. In the softball ,trow, Earl Foulks of P@ge Jackson, fiis- ed first with a toss of 214 feet, whle David Noll of Page Jack son was econd and Steve SPasher of Ranson, was ,third. In the 50 yard dash R was Amstead McDonald of Page Jackson. {irst with a lime of 7.2 seconds. Carlos PulJer, of Page Jackson was second and Stenford Johnson of Shepherds town, ,fldrd. In the broad jump Lee James of Page Jackson was f, irst, wth a leap of 7 2eet 9 inches, J, ames Way.men of 'lue Ridge was sec end and Alen Craig, Page Jack son, was third. Page Jackson also won e 440.yard relay in 80 seconds, wii the Rmon school second and North Jefferson .tim'& The Shtle Run went o Troy Weaver of Page Jackson ,in 10.2 seconds, wi.th qRayne aline of Page Jackson Iso finishing second end Jerry Mauck of Shepherdstovm third. I the girls competition t was Miehelle Scott of North TURN TO PAGE !0 The Page Jackson Elernen- tory School had a track team this season for the first time and for the first time in three years ,they etered the annual Jefferson Courtty InvStatonal Track nd Field meet for the courRy's elementary schools.. And the Page Jackson team not only won e meet nd the cou nty championship. But they did R in a most convincing fash- ion, rolling up a tota,1 of 40 oints, or more..than 30 points above the South efferson Ele memory School, w4ich finished up .with 9 points. North Jefferson finished with 8 points; Ranson had six; Shepherdstown 4, and Blue R, idge and .te C. W. Ship ley School, two points each. 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