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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THERSDAY, JUNE 17,1982 13 M COUGARS GOING TO POT STATE-- of Jefferson High's more outstanding will be matriculating at Potomac State in Keyser next year, according to the of- at the college. Roy Den- ,Jr a resident of the Millville sec- Oithe county, and Donald Wayne Jenkins of both of whom were outstanding and basketball stars for the Cougars for seasons, have been accepted for to the college for the academic year August 19. Another Cougar star who Gore of 118 Avenue in Ranson. Gore was an basketball player for the Cougar the past several seasons. He is the son Mrs. James Gore Jenl m the son of r Ann Tanner, and Banjoman the son of Washington. Potomac State, a branch of WVU, is a fully ac- liberal arts college offering an in Arts degi'ee in 21 pre-professional and 12 areas in arts and sciences. :ING CONTINUES--The Wildlife vision of the Department of Natural announced that it is continuing to trout stockings in state rivers and During the period of June 7-11 trout re- were carried out in the Opequon Creek, Rocky Marsh Run, Bullskin Run, Run in the Eastern Panhandle counties the South Branch. AT CLINIC--A total of eight for- Uad current professional football players lined up to participate in a big football to be staged at Berkeley Springs High Many Of Top Teams In Eastern Part Of Country Will Be Participating Announcement was made Mark May and Rouss Quinn of this week by Jimmy Pierson the Washington Redskins on that a men's open slo-pitch its roster; Jackson Furniture softball tournament will be of Front Royal, Va leedersin staged Saturday and Sunday the Front Royal league; the June 19 and 20 at the Summit Charlle Browns of Alexandria, Point Park diamonds. The Va Charles Town Lodge No. project is being staged as a 948 d the Loyal Order of benefit for the Jefferson Moose West Virginia Class-B County Parks and Recreation State champions in 1981 and program and some of the the Summit Point sectional outstanding ~ties who champions in 1982; the will be participating in the tournanmnt will be Mark May and Ronss Qulnn. The tournament will feature tinsburg; the Blue Ridge some of the top SksPitch Rangers and the All Mountain softball teams in the entire Blood batsmen, both of Jef- Eastern part of the country, ferson County ~ Among those already en-The public is invited and tered are: Rockwell Con- urged to patronize these struction of Pennsylvania, the tournament games. Claas-A State champions in 1980; Glenns Colony of Following the tournament Hagerstown, Md the play individual trophies will Maryland Class a champions be presented to the player on in 1981; Shifflett's of Mon- the top four teams as well as tgomeryCounty, Md winners team trophies to the same of five tournaments this teams, offensive and defen- season; the Main Attractions sire awards and a trophy to of Berryville, Vs winner of the most valuable player in the Memorial Day tournament the tournament. Steak dinners in Je~erson County; Quantico will be awarded to any and Marines, previous winners of every player who hits a home a huge 38-team tournanmnt run in the touruament. staged in Maryland; Oreg's For ndditional information Tavern of Chambersburg,on the tournament contact Pa winner of the Early Bird Yummy Pierson at 725.56~; or Tournament staged earlier 725-8150. The tournament this season at the Summit ~gs will be made at the Pointtrmld;Breeden'sMoving Halltown softball diamonds of Arlington, Va. which has ~ evening at 6:30. Rs ies this Friday and Saturday, June 18-19. First Fish those who will be participating in the be Jim Braxton, Bob Gresham, Walt and Fulton Walker, all former West University grid stars, who either have 1EETOWN-- Horses and playing withprofessional dogs, and even turtles and in the National Football League; frogs, are well established in Lucius Sanford, Shane Nelson and racing annals, but the staff of teammates of Braxton when he tim National Fisheries Center me Buttalo Bills Gresham at Leetown recently staged what may be a fwst -- fish backfield star of the New Orleans racing. Easley a member of the San FranciscoWhere else but at the world- and Walker is a defensive back of the renowned ac naculturec ter i Dolphins. The clinic is being sponsored by would rainbow trout answer Springs Rotary Club and the the can to the colors and make an acquatic dash for the finish County Parks and Recreation Corn- line over a 1/132nd furlong The Clinic is open to boys 8 through 18 water trough course. each participant will be assessed a $I0 fee. Off-duty NFC staffers en- tered 32 trout fingerlings in the Ist Annual Roccal Inter- national. All of the fish were in top form and health, but none had any prior racing ex- GET BASEBALL FRANCHISE - The be interested in putting a Frederick, Md in the near but as of today such a move is mere League President Jim Mills, said interested if they are." Mills who was in selling a minor league franchise to years ago, said he did not know the interest in a basebaU fran- TEACHERS MAY COACH - The State Board of Education last a plan on a one-year basis per- and student teachers to serve in schools in West Virginia. Thomas deputy state superintendent of schools, in the rums and regulations by Virginia Secondary School Activities is expected to ease the shortage of coaches in some of the state's larger The change was requested by Sam executive secretary of the Activities A ~ d MEN'S Costy Caras Shenandoah Surgical batsmen Sunday's torrential rain of Martinsburg; Potomac shelved the second round of Super-Market of Mar- the annual Member-Guest tourney at Sleepy Hollow and the championship went to Oliver Kastle and his team. mate Tom Shade, who sizzled through 18 holes on Saturday with a 30.30.60 net. The 12- under-par tally was good for a two stroke win over Craig Kastle-L Brandenberg duo who annexed second place with 32-30-26. Another stroke hack was the trio of teams of Steve An- BOYS' TRACK TEAM AT HARPERS FERRY JUNIOR HIGH Shown above are the members of the Harpers Ferry Junior High track and field squad which enjoyed a fine season, with one member of the squad, Tony Twyman excelling in several events, going undefeated in the 200 and 400 meter runs and the long jump, and leading the Harpers Ferry squad in seasonal scoring. Tywman also was a part of several of the relay squads and he is expected to be a real addition to the Jefferson High track and field squad next year. The members of the squad shown front row (left to right) are: Larry Cavagnaro, George Breeden, Chris Pauly, Bob- by Delgado, Harold Jones and P.J. Bajer. Back row (left to right)--Coach Joe Spurges, Steve Somers, Roger Painter, Chris Grove, Tony Twyrnan derson-L Harhaugh; Larry and Gary Staubs. (Photo by Tim Sinn) Burch-J. Anderson; and Tom , (Flo)Shadrach-BuddyPayne. H;C.B. Dore~-R. Goes ert St A record 66 ~ entered 32.34-66; C. Slusher.G. Holder atistics Jefferson the Member-Guest and33-35-68; Bay Blackford-B. tournament director Bill Hess31-33.64;W. Woodford-W. Boys Girls Varsity Tennis Andrews and his staff are to Brown 3'7-36-73; W. D'Angelo- Y be congratulated in the P. Kennedy 32-36-68; G. The statistics of the 1982 Hildebrand I-0, 5-4; Chuck manner in which the format Staley-D. Conklin 41-35-76; J. Jefferson High School girls McGee, I-0, 2-4; Matt Bon- was handled. In addition to the Emmert-D. Gillen 36-31-67; R. and boys tennis teams were nette 1-I, 7-2; Tim Bentley i-I, team play, Andrews instituted Rtmell-B. Vaughn 33-34-67; T. announced this week. 2-I; Rob Ott 0-I, 3-3; Barrie flight play for this year's Jolmson-H. Myers 36-36-72; L. The following team mem- Harem 0-1, 3-3; Jeff Barr 0-0, renewal. Winner of theAmbrosc-G. Michael 34.31.6,5; bets were honored at the JHS champion first flight affair S. Anderson-L. Harbaugh 30- awards assembly held earlier was Jim Appell with a gross 33-63; M. Brown-R. Vaughn 34; this month. Kelly Colbert and 75. Ray Kohlhepp was run- 31-65; H. Staubs.J. Simons 35- Barbara Fargo received the nerup with 78. second flight 36-71; B. Huffins-B. Baker 36- Jefferson Tennis Association went to Tom Shadrach and 34-70; D. Brndy-J. New 32-34- scholarship awards; Ken Tom Shade with 79. Marty 66; D. White-E. Judy 31-36.67; Cameron received the "Pop" Blackford was best in the thlrd R. Woodford-J. Elsa 35-35.70; Dailey scholarsl'dp award; flight with 78, L. Brandenberg J. Groves.J. DuBruler 37.31- Willie Pindell received the 13-1; and Vince Petti 0-0, 0-I. The won-loss records of the Jefferson High girls tennis team members for this past season follows. The singles record is listed first followed by the doubles record. S~erry Keiter 28-I, 18-2; Barbara Fargo 24-4, 15-5; perience as confirmed when took the honors in the fourth 68; G. Stevens-M. Johnson 33- Peoples Bank scholarship and Traci Albin 22-8, 19-4; 1.2sa some attempted to traverse flight with 83, while George 35.68; G. Glas~ord-L. Hurm Dorrie Kowalski received the Strange 19-3, 12-2; Michelle the course in the wrong direc- GlasMord Sr.'s ~ ~ the way 32-34-86; D. Noland- J. varsity dub scholarship. Mattei 19-7, 7-6; Jean Cross 17- tion and others even refused to inthe fifth flight. O'Meara 36.33.69; M. Payne- At the athle~ awards night 4, 11-2; Dorrie Kowalski 14-3, leave the starting gate. After Robert Ellison, playing with K.Mitchell 34-35-69; H. Aaron. held on June 7 the following 11-3; Gaff Reeder 11-I, 11-2; three elimination heats, Al Begeman recorded an R. Tucker 37-38-75; P. ChaLk- team members were honorod : Steplmnie Milburn 9-0, 6-2; however, a speedster out of "ace" on the par three maklan-F. Hunsacker 35-34- Tracl Albin and Kelly Colbert Lisa Lutma n 7-0, 6-5; Michelle Wyoming stock, entered by number 11. Also in the four. 69; J. Brand-G. Weaver 34-36- as most valuable players; Miss Dixie Rammer of the some were Marshall Brown 70; F. Colon-R. Dillinger36-31. Barbara Fargo and Chris Eastern Energy and I.~nd Use and Roger Vanghun. 67; L. Tla no-T. Brinkley 30-34- Bush as most dedicated; Team, was declared the win- Attenfion~ boys and girls in 64; L. Burch.J. Anderson 32- ~ Keitex a~ Dav~ ner and an appropriate trophy the 12-16 lage bracket: The 31-63; V. Rtissell-A. Murphy 3~ Dldden as unsling heroes; and was awarded. Sleepy Hollow Golf clinic for 34-69; R. Smallwo0d.J. Upton C-aU P~eeder and Willie Pindell Race "promoters" were Dr. beginners is accepting ap- 33.33-66; D. Clendening-L. as winners of the sport- Phil McAllister, Mrs. Winona pUcations at the clubhouae. " Dirting 35-32-67; B. Lamp-T. smanship awards. Owens, Miss Darlene Bowling Bill Andrews announced the Knode 32-33.65; C. Peacher-B. The won-loss records of the and Chris George, with Wen- clinic plans which are free to Jenkins 33-37-70; F. SmithS. Jefferson High boys tennis dell Ogden serving as the of- entrants and set the dates for Shoemaker 33-35-88; T. Doyle- team members for this past ficial handicapper. Mrs. classes on Carolyn Brill was crowned the Derby Queen. Sparkplu Challenge Summit Point R; successive C. Crum 34.37-71; R. Doyle-W. seasnn follows. The singles Tuesdays July 6-13-20-27 at 9 Glenn 34-37.-66; M. Blackford- record is listed first followed am. Host professional Jake H. Carpenter 32.32-64; Rick by the doubles record. Pugh assisted try his assistant Blackford-R. Tale 36-34-70 C. Willie Pindell, 26.4, 10-3; pro John L. Cohe will conduct Johnson-D. Phoebus 38-37-75; David W'flt 25-4, 16-4-1; David the seminar. Prospective D. Ward-K. Wisecarver 36-35- Didden 25-6, 17-3-1; Todd students should bring their 71; C. Kasfle-L. Brandenberg Kruger 25-6, 11-3; Kelly golf chbs if they have thmn, if 32.30.62; L. Ott-B. Walters 33- Colbert 22-8, 20-4; Ken not, necessary equipmentwill 38-71; T. Shadrack-B. Payne Cameron 21-8, 11-5; Gary By racing standards, the formula is deceptively sidle. You take compact and sub- compact sedans -- the type that roll off the produc on lines of the world's leading car manufacturers day after day be provided. First time 32-31-63; C. Clendening-H. ProFormance Sedan, gives Spark Plug Challenge a contemporary look for 1982, one that me es of playing golf" said An- nicely with the series' original drews, "and we are going all concept of 'Ycad racing the out to provide all the help we cars America drives." can give them." starte~ are invited to fdgn up. Speaks 31-34-65; K. "The purpose of the dinic is to Willingham.A. ~ 39-34- introduce the youngsters to 73; C. Merchant.R. Evam 35. the wonderful e~t 33-68; G. Rutherford-D. Thames . Treadway 33-34-87; C. Lut- rnan-C. Levi 33-34-67; R. Shewbridge 3-0, 0-0-I; Michelle Lochbaurn 3-I, 7-I; Julie Benner 2-1, 3-2; Tonya Smallwood 2-2, 5-4; Tanja Rorna~ 2-2, 4-2; Bey Sch- wartz 1-I, 6-5; Marie Johan- sson I-0, 8-I-I; Debbie $~ewbridge I-2, 4-2; Karen Cook 1-3, 4-2; Juanita Gustines 0-1, 2-6; Valerie Blsset 0-2, 3-1; Kami Fries 0-0, 3-I; Lisa Titus 0-0, 2-I; Amy Watson 0-0, 1-5; Sue Stickler 0-0, 0-2, Shelly McCauley 0-0, 0-2. Individual school records were set by the following players during the season. Sherry Keller: 28 singles wins in one season, 28 singles wins Leslie 14-0, 12-5; Ray Holmes in a row, 46 combined singles, 12-2, 11-3; Tim Brunori 12-3, doubles in one season, 37 team 14-4; Billy Baker 11-2, 8-i; points in one season, and the Jared Scheerer 10-2, 8-2; first JHS girls player to gain Rodd Ramey 9-4, 13.1; Eric the state finals. Traci Albln: DeBoni, 3.1, 8-1; Larry Davis 19 doubles wins in one season 8-2, 11-2; Andy Moore 8-4, 6-0; and first No. 1 JHS girl player Alan Vandotl 7-1, 11-0; Steve to gain state semi-finals. Kelly Blackford 5-1, 13-2; Brett Colbert: 68 career singles -- modify then slightly for At Summit Point, The Bob Leavitt, founder of the ufetyandimprovedhandllng, ProFonnance Sedan ranks Charles Town Golf class/c M~ed then with streeblegal should include Renault breezed into town 18~ week. radial Urea and send off chasing one over the finest road racing circuits in North America. What you have is one of the toughest, most competitive professional road racing LeCars, Mazda GLCs, Ford Leavitt will the Escorts, Volkswagen Rabbits group from the Winchester and Pontiac J-2000s. These Country Club in the annual superior handling FWD racers,trek to Lmwel Valley C.C. in will try to make up through Ligoni,Pa for a week of Summit's tight cornrs the tourney play. horsepower #dge they yield to Congratulations are in order Kohl~B. Gary 33-33-66; D. Johnson-R. Kendale 34-37-71; J. Clintou.B. Mole' 33-33.66; D. Frazier-J. Orndorff 35-34- 69; C. Bradley.B. Butcher Sr. /-35-72; J. Skinner-H. Gibson 35.33.~; D. Hardsen.B. Light 36.32-68; L. Germaine.T. Esola 34.35-69; D. Hart-K. Gaither 3&36-74. Wilmore 5-1, 6-2; Cliff Hale 4- wins and 20 doubles wins in 0, 5-1; Chris Bush 4-3, 5-1; Joe one season. Chip Daniel and Jones 3-I, 9-4; Todd Allen 2.0, Jeff Barr: 12 doubles wins 6-2; Steve Davis 2-I, 3.2; Chip with same partner in one Daniel I-0, 13-I; Thomas season. Board and J. Edwin Jenkins, series in the U~. -- the the faster Mazda RX-3s and for Marly Blackford, a former of the commission's constitution and Champion Spark Plug AMC Spirits that have club champion at Sleepy Committee. The board also ppproved a Omllenge. dominated the series in recent Hollow on the occasion of his Stoc g Of Trout Sunday's 75.mile spring from 365 days to L~0 days the time a-event at Summit Point ye~ new ProFormance second hole-in-one. Marly Streams Continues must sit out to become el ble for sports Raceway is one d 18 Cbam- not in his attendance zone. The board however, to set up a board to establish fees. IN VSWBA TOL RNEY - Two of the bowlers from Martinsburg and two Town were among the winners in Virginia State Women's Bowling tournament held in bowling centers Roanoke, Va. A total of 1,261 teams in the competition held during the March 27 and May 30. A total of 6,490 and 3,245 doubles teams. competition were staged Eleven Lanes in Roanoke, Va and competition was. held at the Vinton from the section were Johnette and Audrey Crosen of Charles Town, first in the C-Division of Doubles sPlit a total of I;367.20. They had a total and with a handicap of 292 totaled a score of 755 and Crosen 640. and Crosen registered an average of competed against some 870 other The two Martinsburg bowlers in the tournament prize money were md Kim Dellinger, who finished of doubles play. They 1,267 doubles teams. They had 1131, plus 225 handicap for a total prize money was $350.00. plon Spark Plug chanenge series races scheduled by the International Motor Sports Assn. (IMSA) this year. The Summit Point stop, the first race for IMSA's flesty sedans here in over 11 years promises to be a make-to- with his brolJ~ Tommy in make, doc ~- factory-backed LeCars, "handle confrontation between makes a formidable the renowned car makers of challenger for the estimated the world. American Motors, 3,500 first I/ace prize at the Mazda, Datsun, Buick, 'West V'wg/nla drcuiL Remult, and Volvo cars have Anms Johnson, the Ml4ime won C~npionm races over points leader in the series, has the past three years, out- been second in two 1982 races distancing competitors from in his new piston-engine the factorias o[ Volkswagen, Mazda GLC. Ford from Toyota, BMW, Dodge, have someone to root for in Chevrolet, just to name a Kal Showket. The IM1 "most few. In all, more than 90 improved driver" in the different models f om 25 car Champion series has been manuhcturers are eligible mak steady progress with for Ommpion Spark Plug the FWD Ford Escort be built ChaiSe. to this year's ProFbrmance seas,new c ms -- SedanspeciflcaUons. Showket ones that pull, rather than flnishedfirst onclamat tbe ptmh their way around race Charlotte Champion Spark tracks-- are being introduced ~ Clmllenge race in May. in the serle IMSA's 1962, , rules ~ a gr~ ~ To generate the same l~ on the ~tlel-e~Cient, amount of electricity in an fl"oot.w~l.drive cars fllat oil-fueled plant would have have become the ~ys of required burning 85 million world car produ~ rec~tly, barrels of oil. Placed end to This new ge~'ation of ~ end, those barrels would car, re~erred to by ]~ as circle the Earth twice. Sedans have alremdy made number 17. Hitting into a stiff their presence felt at twisty wind BlacMord treed a four circuits similarto Summit iron for the fete while playing Point. Bobby Archer, a with pro Jake Pugh, Charles Renm dealer from Duluth, Clendentng and Ken Lowe Sr. Minn won the two previous The following are the races, at and Limecomplete smmnaries of the Rock Park (CT) and teamed The Wildlife Divisi of Department of Natural Resources, Charleston, is continuing to re-stock trout streanm in the state on a weekly basis. And the one-day Member-Guest following streams in this tournsnmnt: section were re-stocked J. Propst~. Denny 33-3447; during the period of June I-4. R. Miller.W. Psillas 5~W.~; Mill Creek, Middle Creek, O. Kasfle-T. Shade 30.3040; B. Opequon Creek, Rocky Marsh Lancaster.l). Lottm 36.33-60; Run, TroutRun, BullskinRun, Kelclmr-R. Costelb 33.M- Evttts Run, Rock Cliff Lake 67; A. Begeman-R. Ellis~ 37. and Tusc~ Creek. e Sales -- Service Parts New and Used Cars and Trucks Over 200 Units in Stock and on Order 1835 Valley Ave. --. Winchester, Va. PHONE: I - 703 - 667 - 9200 uo $[ Ik. 7511 TWO StlOwS 5 &11 $5 One admission charge permits attendance at both shows. Second performance to follow immediately after the last race, Sorry, no one-day passes accepted. No reserved seats, so come early for choice sections and stay for a fun-packed evening, For,ntormat~ono~easeca~l In Washmgtof~ 737-2323 t. Ba~t~mo, eE,85 0~ O~her a~eas 304~725.7001