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Jr and Alternate Coach Kenny Burns. Moose, Eddie's Tied For Lead COUNTY SLO-P SOFTBALL LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Teams W--L Moose No. 948 League, the tros stayed American Division with a 13-3 tmbeaten by scoring a pair of win over the Mets. J. victories and their second win Chrisman went the distance top three teams, with team ceverte where his family guurantoed them at least a tie fo ; the victory. P. Miller trophies going to the top four owl l the West Virginia for the Division chain- suffered the loss. Twins beat teams. There will also be News, a weekly, and was a trophies for the best offensive long-time publicist for the pionshtp, the Indians 11-1 C. Bunny was At the same time the Twins the winning pitcher. C. and defensive players and the West Virginia State Fair at remained on top of the start- McGee the loser. most valuable player. Lewisburg. All proceeds from the Charles Town offers 10 dings in the National Division In Fridays action the tournament will go to the races on Saturday night, with of play by winning a pair of Yankees stayed within one Jefferson County Parks and post time at 7:15. games, game of the Twins with a 3-2 Recreation Commission to In action, Monday June 7, victory over the Cubs in 8 the Giants defeated the Mets ! >~ ~ ~i /: ~ ~, :~ ~i~/~ / ) < w { J J k ~ i ~i ~ onsultation. IIIII~ BCSJ-S-3A June 24 :00 Lions vs Trojans; lh00 Vikings vs Bears; 1:00 Blue Devils vs Tigers. Players may pick up schedules and find out your on Friday morning June 18, between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Women's Slow-Pitch Softball Tourney To Be June 26-27 Announcement was made this week by Jim Pierson, of plans for staging a Women's Slow-Pitch softball tour- rmment June 26-27 at the Summit Point diamonds. Pierson said entry deadline be June 23 with the entry fee set at $75, plus two soft- balls. The totLrnament will be Roark Nominated For Edward Blake Ch k- *Eilen Wilt and children David and Vickey were dinner guests on Sunday of Tom and Donna Wfit and children of Summit Point. H dicap June 19 A birthdaywas given Gary Williams' Roark,on Sunday in honor of Randy winner of a division of the 1981 Talton on his 31stby TriState Futurity here, heads his parents George and Sed 35 3-year-olds nominated for Talton. Those who helped the seventh running of the ceJebrate the occasion were Edward L. Blake Memorial I)ebbie Talton and daughters Handicap at C arles Town Dixie and Brandy, Roxanne June 19. Talton, DermJ.s and Cindy The Blake Handicap, in its Crawford and son Denn seven furlongs for $10,000 Malcoma Talton and Jada added money. Hetzell. They had cake and ice cream. Happy birthday The race is named for the Randy, wish you many, many late Edward L. Blake, a West more. Virginia newspaperman who Malcoma Talton of ana oaugmer Lambert in Cro~v~le, Md. THESE SET THE PACEI Fit. Wear. Comfort. Red Wing Work Boots set the standards. There's a selection to please every preference, fit every foot and job. Stop in. You've earned your 'inl s! SOUTHERN STATES Your First Step is a Free ( C:e e and S.~te 306 (301) 944 mmmmmmmmmmmm 5er~d for flee co)or t),r o(hu,e Address