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June 8, 1961

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AbV0 A% SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1961 V/EW$ BY MAX BROWN Yet On New Football Charles Town High THERE HAS been no word coming forth from office in the county building relative to just new Charles Town High School football coach , Via the well known grapevine, and it seems as if that is almost everyone, even down to our old Scrivener, yes, he's interested too, is 'making use of the grapevine these days, we hear Uncle Sam's mail service and WU's wire ser- ave been busy. Add to this a few personal inter- just plain 'talks' and we are swo]m to secrecy any names right now... However, here's which might hell) to keel) you puzzled a little until Ted's official announcement is made. One of is a former CHS football coa0], and we a very prominent one, also... HOME HIGH team set prize last Saturday the annual banquet for Winchester bowlers at -Jackson restaurant, was the Kastle Men s Shop Charles Town with a nice rmark of 1615... to you ladies who tm'ned in this excellent Individually, our own Dr. Bill Roth was hon- posting the all-time city high set of 465... , 'Dennis i' CAN LOOK for the talented Madison brothers, d his younger brother (we are unable to recall his ght at this moment) to join the Legion ball club week now. Both boys have been taking part Florida State Baseball tournament which ended week-end. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. tdison, Dick the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Madison, ry, a daughter of Mrs. Herbe Mille]- and the late C. Mille,', formerly of Kearneysville... These We the game of baseball and take our word for it, folly known how to play it all the way... bS. E. 'BUDDY' OWENS, local postoffiee employee, m.i man and manager of the Lewis M. Allen Horse ,held Sunday at the old Berryville Horse Show !a with a large crowd in attendance. Mrs. E. C. Shokes, of Winchester, Va., was the winner of W]s M Allen Riding Club trophy which was pre- by Mrs. Allen in memory of her late husband, down Winchester physician and horseman... ' tERAL MANAG avitt and Mrs. Leavitt Iiazni, Florida, where they are attending the grad- of their daughter, Carroll, at the University of ' And while the GM is gway, h stling Dick Beard, Perintendent, is busy as two bees planting sowne ,st beautiful flowers you eve," laid eyes on at yah Downs. Dick is tearing up the center of the ad will lay some fancy new flag stones as well as flower garden down through the center... CELLENT job it is that Don,Noland and Pres , local "Chevy and Olds men are turning in flay from the press box at the Legion baseball ; Both boys are always on the job and keep the informed on just what is going on. They keep averages of Legion players right up to date, le also goes for the hard-working Bill (Melody ~0 PAGE 2--B _ TURN TO tPAGE 2--B. rigl , t weigh to tre vel SAGNER One of excess baggage when yot Northcool. Sagner taUors these weight- to fit right, look great and stay after thousands of miles of wear. Anil stitch is 100% automatic wash 'n wear, are even Sanitized for hygienic Want a good travel rule? Go and stay cool, neat and "wrinkld day into night. Northcools... in the newest shades await your selection, now. 353 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 1 t ), %, JEFFERSON LEAGUE Standing Of Teams TEAM W L Dodgers i0 Braves Indians ? Cubs 0 2 Yankees 0 2 GAMES COMING UP June 8--Giants vs Cubs June 9---Braves vs Yankees June 10--Giants vs Braves June 12--Dodgers vs Giants June 13--Cubs vs Indians June 14--Dodgers vs Braves The Dodgers, defending champ ions in the Jefferson Little Leag- ue and league champions seven Phillips Resigns At Charles Town High; To Teach At Junior High Announcement was made Wed- nesday by T. A. Lowery, Superin- tendent of Jefferson County Schols that Ronald F. Phillips, who served the past school year as head football and basketball coach at Charles Town Senior i High School, has resigned that position and accepted a teaching position in Charles Town Junior High School. Lowery said he officially recei red Phillips resignation Wednes- day when he returned his unsign. ed contract, Phillips was then of- fered a teaching contract at the Junior High Schol and he accep- ted it. Phillips had stated about two weeks ago that he was planning to move out of the coaching profes- sion at least for the present and Id in Consecutive Victory Litth League Play The Dodgers, defending champions of the Jefferson Little League and champions of league play in seven of nine years, have started off in championship style again this season by regis- tering victories in their first two games. They scored a close 5-4 victory over the Indians in their I iWdlBe New , 'Y Rivals in tl~i-pro baseball ranks for a number of years, the Charles Town American Legion baseball club and the Federal Bur eau of Investigation team from Washington, D: C. will square off here Sunday in a 2:30 p. m. con- test at Legion Park. Managed by Billy Carroll, the former Holy Cross diamond star who was latex signed to a Boston" Red Sex contract, the F. B. I. toss, ors have a number of outstanding college, semi-pr0 and former minf or league stars in their lineup an~ they have never failed to put o~ a ding-dong battle each time they" have hooked up ~ith the Legio~ team. This outslanding WashingS*' ton senti-pro team has been con~ ing to Charles Tow for many baseball seasons and during th~ of the nine 'years the league has would then direct his efforts first game which marked the official opening of the 1961 Jefferson Little League season on May early years, it seemed as if it wag operated, have gotten off in cham strictly to teaching. But there 30 and then Monday afternoon they ran over the Cubs by an 8-2 score. Members of the team no task at all tor them. to top the pionship style again this season had been nothing official as far manned by Russell Miller, Jr., with an assist by Carl Merchant are, front row. left to right:--- locals whenever they came t~ "Pete' Beahm, David White, Billy Merchant, Mike Dorsey, Vincent Bracc~le. Danny Nichols, and James town. In later years however thg by winning their first two battles as the Jefferson County Board of Senseney. B4~k row. left to right:---Resell Miller.manager; Mike Kisner Keith Wagner, Craig Kastle. Legion has held the upper hand~' Educatioq knew until Wednesday. and taking the league lead. Phillips gave as his reasons for Ray Bircher, Greg Corbin, Edwaxd Aleshire. Jim Hammond, Junior Beahm. Carl Merchant, assts- although the scores have bce~ tintmanager. The Dodgers edged the Indians ., " ' leaving the coaching field that it close and exciting in every con- 5-a in me opening game of the ~B L s ~ ~ test. : had been too much worry, pres- 1961 season and then came back sure and work and that as a re- ~fin~ l;IHi rhllrk lit New/ralnar =na Manager Carroll said today tha~: Monday evening to down the uv,u, ..m....--...- Vl 11 I l ~II 111111+ i .... " suit his health had been some- he planned to start a newcomer t~ s t :'opening game, of the sea [ W il feCtc e to Charles Town Lead Legion In . qp .. the FBI ranks,, big, John r,.ou[ lOWll K+C8/r BK. a hard throwing righthander whm son, May 30, Grog Corbin and Iligh in August, 1959 and served .................... pitched for Indiana Universit% Ray Burcker teamed up to limit for a year as assistant coach in ~m~|n~ T~ hm~ ]Of I ....... ~, ~. | . s~veral seasons and who has jus~ the Indians to two hits and Cor. football and basketball before iLk UUIIIIi~ iV VUI~ ia 111[ U i" LI recently joined the Washinglog: bin clouted a home run to play Ling over as head coach in these ~ ~_^,,_ ..., . .,~+ ....... +,, "=" ................ t