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sPmrr oF JEFFERSOZ',T ADVOCAT ' ' SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS ~2--B THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1961 I '[ . ~l~u ~ ---- ~ ~ , FROM PAGE I FROM PAGE 1 {| IH:,lltown thall'-, r'l on Sunday where his al- ents have their horses i. :+' ,D PV AI WlM Dgl I u w stabledcLAuDEHeS a niCeNo chap and will be missedthe KansasarUndcltythe 2 jST OR jib, it "Jr. win I'iVISL.i e' I track h'ere. omo o com ,na.oo o, e.t . wasavi i or in ~,a~l |RIIm ]at Senseney Park on Sunday, lcag Standing Of Teams ]pitching by Wayne Jam[son, star ball la eis n" Charles Town weeL looking 2o1" l ll|lll 114lllP [ue leading Halltown of the Win- nr~.~ ,, .... of their mound staff and timely p'y a o asking aoou~ ~ne unarms l own egion mwVl WmWtim- [chester Loop shut out Montague _'~.~'~ ., L, ~ biting by Paul Swartz proved to]team. Norton said he has heard so very much praise DE _~fh ~fh ~]fh ~rtr] [of the Church Loop by a 6-run p aKe.rmn ...... ~ '.t2~ be the right formula for the Bak- about the brand of baseball as played here by the Legion ..,,r,..~ ,-,~~ .... L,~=,..~ [margin. MarunsDurgv~w. ~. ~."~..m2 erton Senators to score an easy and the club here is known far and wide throughout the ~sm traces ar .... wmcnes~erueneis ~ ~t .ram 81 victr ~ 4t~l S ] For the West V]rgmmns, Jim Slee---Creek 6 4 600 .'- o~y over the TomahawkI East... All ~a ~ [Wiltshire had three singles in B,,r~,~v m~o,~ ~ g "gnn, t~atsmen irom Berkeley County~j o | IqlAIl~lla~ [four times at bat and teammate ~,2:_-~:C,:"~" ~ ~, .o~ and to maintain their two game[ AN OLD COLLEGE rivalr,, ma- be r~bor~ i~ ~ll~IILL~I [Frank Simons had a three run :~emt~wnw~ ] ~ "2~ lead in Tri-County League play' \. : ........ a a .~ ,, 1,,., ~,,~,:" "-nomer. I I Sundao.v Ianooan tJoun y oi nearoy, virginia in IOO ball nls l all. I0 H I Over on the Montague side of iwinchester 1 9 .1001 The victory which came on the [ The new Strasburg grid coach, Jim Jay from Glenville lthe ledger, Richard Clark socked i JULY 9. I Bakerton diamond before a fine l ~a~e ~eacners uouege, will be opposing a Davis and ................... /a pair f dubles and a single in l,ootnwn at Ge__arrr d tnwn ........ [crowd, was the ninth in ten starts Elk[us grad in Jimmy O'Dell of Stonewall High] " " " " 'Li /as many appearances to produce ............ J forManagerFrankKidwiler'sBakl o Y- SATURIIAY- POST TIME 2 P. M. E.D.T. ]half the losers: hits but he winchester a] erKe ey vmce [erton boys. [ . .. WE CAN'T RECALL when there has been so I~ily Double 1st ~nd 2rid Races [couldn t bring himself across the Bakelxon at W. Reoeis / In what was ex'~ected to be an I ....... ,__ ..,,. ............. ~,~,,~ m ..... o..~^,. -. ,,,^-.^,.-...,. I .... v ..... "/ many mrmlng ano spec aemar aelenslve plays, oo n oy .... .......... va *vma,aw [omer crucial game bunaay, reel Le ion nlawr, and tho nnrm itlnn ol~n o~ fh,~ro h .... L,~an LEGGETT'S ALWAYS GO AI2A" I Veterans of Formgn Wars team " - [ .... " ...... ]early th*issehson- t"the ;u] r'i;a ipar" i *e -e m 6 ar es was nanaea a aecmmn T w ' TO HELP YOU SAVE! , . o n. Last Sundays over-the-shoulder catch by Bob | O Iff iC' H.L. Mitts G 0LINE STATIONS [] whento thefield a teamWinchester batsmen fail [Madison.... while running at full speed toward centerfleld I r rm rum CHARLES TOWN AND MARTINSBURG [i While there was no change in| was a real gem... It was one of those Mays-Piersall- Dr/ I nA,I 5 m I lthe status of the two top teams, I vmnue specialists all wrapped up in one... A real beauty ! FRIDAY and SATRDAY, JUNE 30 and JULY 1st. ] [S e arY gt~ops ~dvfiingdithte t r nd[ all the way... VALUES TO $299,--SALE: [ m ~ I /place ahead of Sleepy Creek as [ ough on the bali to strike out six [ ties including two hits apiece by " " J d LI ..... ~r ~ ~_l~rlP A Di~A l lrpll~lT]" DI'~TXZ" .?', I [they defeated the Morgan court- Tomahawk batsmen and he was Mason, Shifflett and Harrison ~.aa~x zx ua:~z~.tax" U~L~ IJtXaXX ~~ [ [tians by an 8-3 score. |never in trouble. [ Shifflett was the batting star driv"B0rS BEDFORD CORD PAHT ~ T'~tJTf~Ulrr TTTd'~tTT ~fl~ | [ The Berkeley Place team also [ Bakerton pushed over a run in ling in both Berkeley Place tallies 1~ L~I-I rIl~l-1 ~~ ] [moved from sixth to fifth place [the first frame and then scored j with a double and triple Sizes 6 - 8--VALUES TO $4.00--sALE I:) . I .............. l~~ . ..... ~ I :with a pair of victories over Lee- I enough runs in the fifth frame to I w n n : u ~ n W | ~~.: :. l] town by scores of 14-5 and 2-1. [clinch the encounter. It was not l, , , -- " ~* , .- u v, ,, u u v -- llg I I in the Bakerton-Tomahawk bat ]until the ninth frame that Toma-ilefllOn In | i kl ~ P ~ |I P B ~:~,.; ] |tie Wayne Jam|son was touched [hawk scored their lone tally. [ ............ BOY'S StaTS AND SPO for eight hits but he still had en , * " ~[ ~ *i~ ~ ~ ~ [: h ~~~ I [ [or eight hats but he still had en- [ An error and Paul Swartzs dou [T~n [nR|.~. I~A i I I [ble produced a run for Bakerton [ lt;ll l|llllllg |U SLIMS -- REG. -- ! in the opening frame and singles | AR fi | || T | If g D g P [I PITTS CHARLES /by Ray and Gerald Jam[son, an[~ ~111~ ~|~ REGULAR $19.99--SALE $14.94 i . i~ J V Ilia I L Ih / I Ii L Ih ~ I [ UTA~T-]I'T'~T~qpfvIVr [error and Swartz's extra base wal [iVll IViJlgI I]lllg; REGULAR *16.99---SA $11.94 m L I I vv ~oxxxx~xvz.a [lop pushed over three more tal-[ m ,v,tn acn vurcnase . II THEATRE /lies in the fourth. Swartz had a[ The Charle ---T-oown American REGULAR $12.9 SAL (i:,! I 94 REGULAR $10.99--SAL E | 10 GALLONS 0F GASOLINE I] RAN+N, W. VA. REGULAR $899--SALE.+ ! . -- .. ......... , I [MONDAYn THRU FRIDAY .ta singie and double. ,/i.-....... ,,+,u +u:^ a ernoont,e +or, +vtyerat the Leg.-(va., . anomer tslg Piece or the Pink Set -- ] : .... : , | [0 e Show Only 7:30 P. M.[.. T. Reed struck out 14 batterslColonials by a 4.2 score in what ~ ;,+:,=~ m . I o--....,,. ..,,,, .,. ..... [and limited Sleepy Creek to six [was one of the best played games I I " " " | cattered hits as the Winchester |of the season. ~.L-~J[. ,5 UU '1 UU ~ UU lff ~Vl S #~_11__ P__ I SUNDAY 3.00 & 8"00 P. M [Rebels notched thew straight wm [ Charles Town had come from I tl~lilon ~,dll ~ .d lee I + " " "[ Roy Em~ons add JaCk Ellis |behind in the seventh to knot the m "" " 1 -!7 I Children 25c - Adults 50e leach rapped out three hits as/count at 2-2, but ran into more | Iw, tMm At r&! ---+, ~-~ .... ~" ~ | [Berkeley Place ranupa 6-01eadltrouble in the top of the tenth ONE GROUP OF MCN"YtI $+ -+,, i ~ 1OO 7~> VUI~ 1 | ~ [in the first two innings and coast land this time could not stage a i .... "~ ll w.~a...~.t~ .... ............ .1 ,vh .... A~,,a .~ed to an easy triumph benind me [comeback, , Dann r}w .; I June 28 and 29 [steady hurling of Junior ya.nM.e:[ The deteat broke a four game REGULAR $49.99---SALE :$36.94 -- ------------ tre in me opener oz a I:WlnDlll twin _.___,_ . ..... -- J + ..... l ~tl'~aK ior me ~eglonnalres , 1 --LAST 2 NIGHTS-- .lat Leetown. JaCK tmrcn nat a sm .'and it marked their .... secona loss m REGULAR $39.99--SALE $29.94 , PER CAN gle and two doubles for Leetown - I Look for thin SEAL MIlretl fill I * ++ '+* :* [ In the nightcap, the Yanks' Jim" [six .... games thzs season. REGULAR $29.99.--SALE:"I $2~94 on every can ,,-Iv/vaa va=- Including Federal Tax 1 SALUTIN6 THE CIVILWAR CENTENNIAL! [my Feltner shaded Leetown's Fer [ ine oionials used a comb|n- -- -- 1 r~e/vesto~d:~O"'~'~'%"[gusninastirringpitchingduel'|a}~ntawalk"twerrrs'awild LADLES / ............... that thrilled ~ ~--~ % lFeltner allowed only four hits Ipncn ana two smgzes to score the = . . ~, two demdlng runs of the game K [ I( O 3 I~ 14 [ baflon 1572C | ~.++' ; --'~'~-- ?* |while Ferguson +ave+up six safe: l ~ . i " . . . : - -- ~ ............. t ~or~ Myer star[ect off the ten | I ruTH [th frame action after Dick For: REGULAR 59c--SALE I rl. I.. .... +IVl I I_I_O : I.. +ml | ramk nit. Is'+'*+" .he., w, a,e ' ' , + C 0,SME4++tC' '+:"+":++ -- ~ IFIGH.. / ling . Then after,,Tam Heflin | G A S 0 L I N E rS T A T I 0 N S I dl iEH .01 de WIL 9i [bh adst walked, Winston Mahaffey"+ ........ PRICE ~! ,mmmmmma / ...... I ea a long singm into the hole i * . : in right-eenterfield and Peterson _ RANSON MARTINSBURG I &%, / i " ' A BATH TOWELS JUST 54e OR 2 for 94e MEN'S POPLIN PANTS AND SHIRTS PANTS--SALE $2.44 SHIRTS--SALE $1.44 LADIES CO . ORDINATE SETS + is harmless to mite predators;" to blooms and foliage ORTHO ....... |bali ame'i-- " -"- SHORTS -- SKIRTS -- BLOUSES " l gne secona trame ........ . . . Tom efhn scored on an Lots of Summer Weather to;il go. The complete eombustmn when Ted,on has compahblllty with common orchard peshcldes which of our fuel oll means It lS error. " ' " " extra economical Join the In the fifth Heflin blasted one l makes eas to incor rate In standard schedules Kill mites of the l Y IX) satisfied users. Phone 118 ongest balls ever to be hit 1/3 today. before they have a chance at your crop. Early protection will pay off in better yields of high quality profit.making fruit. HIt.P+IHG Till WORI.D GROW IIIL'TTER m~llmm Sunday - Monday - Tuesday July 2, 3 and 4 America's BOLD and MAGNIFICENT ADVENTURE! METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER EDNA FERIBFR~ ClN|MA~COIt~ MacMI Y. t.DON. ERICSON WINDSOR ~Hf, MIP~L COMPANY, ORTHO DIVI$1QN ........ 133 Kings H+ghw~y .~, Ha~onflele~ N~e~ J4trse~ I ..... I I I I[ QUBTION BOX in Legion park for a home run. The ball was hit deep into right- field and on one bounce it was over the 12 foot high right field wall. The Legion came back in the seventh with two runs on two hits and it was during this uprising that Buddington was removed in favor of Richardson. Bob Madison started the rally with a double and then after RoE hie Clatterbuck had walked, Gil- bert Miller batted for Whitmore and blasted both runners home with a long double. Rick Madison started on the mound for Charles Town and when he ran into a streak of wild hess in the eeond frame, was re- placed by Dick Forrest wl o went the rest of the way giving up six hits and three runs. Manager :Tom Heft[n, who was an outstanding Ifltcher for the Lesburg (Va.) semi-pro team sea I. :ONE GROUP OF LAPlES :SWIM W~ ONLY $5.54 ASSORTED NOTIONS VALUED ITEMS TO 29e--SALE I I: I CHUREN'S PLISSE SHORTS SIZES 2 . 8--REGULAR 59c SALE 54 OR 2PRS. 9 1c il LADIES SUMMER :DRESS COTTONS AND SHEERS---VALUES TO SALE 84c TO $8.84 9 to 9 FRIDAY . 9 to 6 S ALWAYS FREE PARKING IN OUR STORE HOURS: nm~on omOt.T nd ~ ~ff. ~ar B. Madison, cf .......... 5 1 1 Palamar, rf ............ 4 0 0 Clatterbuck ,If .......... 3 1 0 Madison, p ............. 0 0 0 Forrest, p .............. 4 0 2 Whitmore, c .... ........ 2 0 0 Miller, If .............. 2 0 1 Total GG 2 6 eral years back before he went Question:" We hava mbgantial into the Army, was the sluggeri~^ amount of life insUratw.c, hotr~ for the CoIonials with three hits ONE 6 uUP OF SORT[D owners imurancc, hospitalization ill three trips to the plate, and major mextical insuranc..'Is our program ~mt~te? The boxscore: FAMOUS BRANDS--1/3 OFF ,4sn.wer: Not quit~. You've failed FORT MYER AB R H winner s income, your mast ira. Kiehn, cf .............. 5 0 0 ponantass~.Ifhebcan~totally Hagan, 3b .............. 4 0 0 disabled and lost his earning Peterson, e ............ 5 1 1 power-~ven for a few months-- Heflin, ss .............. 3 3 3 wouldn t you/like mOSt families, find yourselves in a desperate Boese, rf ..... . ......... 5 0 0 financial situation? . Mahaffey, If ..., ........ 5 0 2 ~. ~.~ i.~ k~, vw ~,, ~,w ~..~ [ Villa, lb ................ 3 0 0 ~o-~,o.~-,-~-.~,~.,o, I Buddington, p. ......... ' 3 0 1 Komance, p ............ 0 0 0 IHE AREA,'S LARGEST AND MOST R!chardson, 3b ........ ,. 00 0 Totals ............. DEPARTMENT STORE FOR EVERY LEGION AB R H OF THE FAMILY. " . Knode, ss .......... .... 4 0 1 SHOP THREE WAYS:-": Bb.d, 2b ............... 3 0 0 Zombro, lb ............ 4 o Cash -. Charge -- LaYa Leonard, 3b ............ 5 0 0