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m --- SPORTS SECTION --- !First DON RENTCH -- SPORTS EDITOR LOCAL COVERAGE - SCORES - PICTURES SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE JUNE 30, 1966 SECTION--B m mm NEWS AND VIEWS BY MAX BROWN WILLIAM IRA COLLINS, a former Charles Town boy in the days when his Dad, Fenten Collins was manager the local telephone company, was recently named Coach Of Year, 1965-66, in the Florida Riverland Conference of Schools. Collins is head coach of sports at Hawthorne, High School. He graduated from Charles Town High 1953 and from Shephel'd College. Bill is the son of and Mxs, Fenton S. Collins, who now reside in Falznville, Our thanks to B. Gen. William G. Walker (Ret.) Avenue, who sent us this article... .........,.. YOU - - Governor Smith for your very prompt to a request made by us on this page last Thursday. you re-appointed to a most important position Racing Commission has shown us by his able leader- and past performances that he is the right man for the ...=.=..... many of them top ones at that and employ- of Shenandoah Downs didn't overlook one of their great- Ed Blake, on his 75th birthday and last Thurs- bight invited some forty to fifty friends in to help say Birthday, Ed," - - a fellow who rolled up his sleeves Plugged all he knew how to make the popular night track -eality here.. It was quite a nice occasion and came end far too soon for us.. have been issued to a Big S Party at Sleepy Golf and Country Club for Wednesday, July 6th. The Says, "Come in your shorts, win with your shots and a good supper." The action begins at 6 p. m. with the Browns, Paul Cains and Manning Smiths Serving =.......... CHRISTIAN mails us a postal from Bryce Canyon, aying, "This ,is a B-I-G Country"! Joe and Alma Lee r an extensive train-travel trip which will take them :lace and back.. ~.......m.. VALLEY golfers from nearby Winchester, Va. high in their praise of the well-kept Greens at Sleepy last Sunday when here for their match which result- a two-point victory margin for the locals.. HOPKINS, truly one of this area's amazing Tt RN TO 2--B Sleepy Hollow defeated Carp. er's Valley to gain their first Home and Home team victory of the 1966 season. Sleepy Hollow got excellent play from their medium and high handicap golf- ers to eke out the narrow victory Point winners for Sleepy Hollow were: Russell Miller and Johnny Prop- st - 3 points; Elwood Heironimus and Preston Merchant - 3 points; Ray Blackford and Joe Servia 3 points Bill Roth and Ralph Board . 3 points; Oliver Kastle and Carl Benton - 3 points; Earl Allara and Sam Gilman 2 points; Gary Fleming and Gene Myers . 2 points; Steve Smith and Donald Noland - 2 points; Roger Clipp and Norman L. Wilt . 2 points; Marshall Brown and Pap Jackson - 1 point; Connie Hammann and A1 Hooper - 1 point. Sleepy Hollow will travel to Winchester in two weeks for a return match with Carper's Valley. Mixed Scotch Tournament First round matches completed each week in the Mixed-Scotch Foresome Tournament were: Dot and Marshall Brown defeate4 Marshall and Alice Glenn 3 and 2 Edna and Charlie Clendening de- :feared Ruby and Johnny Propst 1 up. Only one 2nd round match was completed with Madelyn and Charlie Cunningham defeating Margaret and Ray Blackford, 3&2. Second round matches must be completed prior to July 4. Hammann, Wilt To Meet In Playoff For President's Cup Connie Hammann and Norman N. Wilt, will meet in an 18 hole playoff for the Sleepy Hollow Golf and Country Club's Presi- dents Cup. Both men carded net one under par 143's to defe~Jl thirty-eight other golfers in the thirty-six tournament held June 12 and 19. Hammann, former club champion was runner up in the 1964 President's Cup while Wilt 1964 Runner up in the Club Cham pionship, has never won a Sleepy Hollow Tournament. Wilt and Hammann will meet Saturday be- ginning at 12:30 P. M. ATTEND CHURCH READ The CLASSIFIEDS 235 W. WASHINGTON STREET -- CHARLES TOWN FAMOUS BRANDS SUITS & SPORTCOATS - by Cudee - Palm Beach and HYde Park Q SLACKS & 'SHORTS - by Hubbard & Glen Oaks SHIRTS - DRESS & SPORT (short sleeve) - Arrow And Puritan The Famous Arrow Dectolene & Decton Shirt AT 2O% 0 F F Q SHOES - Florsheim Close-Out-- 30% O F F PLUS MANY OTHER ITEMS- For The Gentleman AT DRASTIC SAVINGS 235 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA F-R-E-E- PARKING IN REAR OF STORE New Shown above is the Little Lea- gue diamond recently constructed in Ranson for use by the four teams in the newly organized American Little League team. The diamond was built on land owned, but not being used, by the Charles Town Race course. The Ranson Civic Club took the initiative in providing the playing field and organizing the four- team League so that an additional By BARBARA HOOPER More results on the Handicap Tournament. Now you can see how your choice made out. The third round: Polly Moore beat Dot Brown 4 and 3; Biddy Smoot beat Barbara Hooper 7 and 6; Everyn Grant defeated Nancy Roth 2 and 1; Ethlyn McDonald beat Betty Steffie 1 up. The following four ~cmaining contestants have played their fourth round and the results are: Biddy Smoot over Payy Moore 19 holes 1 up; and Evelyn Grant over Ethlyn McDonald 5 and 4; so the two who will go into the final and deciding round of this~ tournament just happen to be sisters! Biddy Dorsey Smoot and Evelyn Dorsey Grant. (What do you say momma Ginny Dorsey let's get up a gallery to watch these two play the champioship round? ). Ladies Day last Thursday was once again well attended. Seven teen members showed up to play in the Point Tournament, which goes like this: 8 points for an Eagle (two under par); 6 points for a Birdie (one under); ~ points for a par; and 2 points for a bogey (one over!); full 9-hole handicap allowed. Mary Ann Hammann won with 49 points and Jane Stone won low putts with 14. A further word about Mary Ann. Congratulations are in order be- cause Mary Ann is the first wo- man in our LGA this year to break 90. She came in Thursday with a beautiful 85, a 43-42-85. Beside that she got Nancy's Goat (out Get Your Goat contest), an animal I'm after myself. Great going on all counts, Hammann! One bit of parting advice to all golfers-please notice the rake at every sand trap it is there to rake out the trap after you use it. Thanks! 60 boys between the ages of 9 and came from the C. L: Robinson 13 would have an opportunity to Company; blocks and cement used play Little League baseball this in the player dougouts were do- Summer. Kenneth Anders of Ran. son, directed the laying out of hated by the Whitmore Lumber the playing field and the Civic Company; Fred McCauley and Club lined up the boys that were others donated labor and mater. needed for the four-teams andI ials for the landscaping which porvtded the funds necessary to was done and the Charles Town purchase a pitchers mound, home Race course provided the fence plate and bases. Donations of pipe which has been erected around used in the catcher's backstop the field (Photo by Tim Slnn.) Baseball will be the first to take the stage when the big sports program gets underway in Smoot Insurance Bowlers Charles Town's Two Fire Companies To Win, Slusher's Lose In Jefferson County Monday, July 4th. Baseball enthusiasts will have the opportunity to see some of the best amateur baseball talent in Charles Town since the days of the old Charles Town Legion baseball team, if they are at the Legion field at 10:30 that morning }as a big game has been scheduled which will feature Leone's All- Stars of Baltimore, Md., and some 32 of the best players from the i Tri-County Baseball League. Harry "Buddy" Zimmerman, Martinsburg insurance man and one of the top sports enthusiasts and promoters of the section and area, said this week that the Tri- Monday Commercial Loop ' The Smoot Insurance Company bowling team of Charles Town, moved up in the race in the Mon- day night Commercial Bowling league in action June 20 at Shen- andoah Lanes, while the Slusher bowlers of Ranson, loss ground. The Turf Diner bowlers split even in their match with Cris- well's of Martinsburg, by a 2-2 score. The win by Rockwell's over Slushers gave the victors a three point lead over Slushers. And in the other league match Smootl scored a 3-1 victory over Spicklers Rockwells are now in front of the pack with a 17-7 mark; Slush- ers is second with 14-10; Spicklers Smoot Insurance and Criswell's all have 1113 marks and the Turf Diner an 8-16 standing. Slushers came up with the high team game of the matches Mon- day, an 810, while the Smoot In- surance had the high team set score, 2297. Criswell's had the second high team game, 781; and the Turf Diner had the second high team set score, 2223. B. Ayers is still the league's leading bowler with a 193 average while H. Hary is second with 183 and J. Leslie third with a 181 mark. A tennis team w--'-~ich was organ1 ized just recently in Charles Town Sago Ga~'ett Attending under the direction of Dickie Ebersole, director of the Summer Summer Science Program Recreational program at Jeffer-I son Memorial Park travelled tel Sago R. Garrett is one of 40 the Baker V. A. Center courts High.Ability students who is now Saturday, June 25, and dropped a 6-1 decision to a team from Mar- attending a science study program tinsburg. Considering it was the being held this summer at Bridge first match for the Charles Town water College, Bridgewater, Vir- netmen, they didnt show too ginia. badly Ebersole said', t Sago is the son of Mr. and Mrs. The one victory for Charles Samuel J. Garrett who lives in Town was chalked up by Johnny Harpers Ferry. Clipp and Glenn Edwards who l defeated Wayne Miller and Eric Fortney 6-4 in doubles play. New Friends. In the other doubles set Jerry Salsano and Steve Dorsey lost to Don Starliper and Dave Crawford 6-1. 1 In singles matches Wayne Mill. er defeated Glenn Edwards 6-1 and 6-2; Don Starliper defeated Johnny Clipp 6-1 and 6-1; Eric Fortney downed Mike Rogers, 6-1 and 6-4 and Dave Crawford de-i feated Robbie Cain, 6-2 and 6-2. t In the Junior boys singles Have Softball Game With a victory over the law enforcement officers of Charles Town already to their credit as the result of a big game last Sunday, the Charles Town Inde- pendent Fire Campany's softball team will do battle this Sunday afternoon with a team of softball era from the Charles Town Citi- zen's Fire Company. This big battle of the firemen ~e will take place at 2:30 on the softball diamond at Jefferson County Memorial Park. The pub- lic is invited and their will be no admission charge, but the hat will be passed. It was learned Wednesday morning that big Larry Fritts Will replace big Freddy McCauley as the catcher on the Independent team since McCauley is still bothered with bruises and sore muscles from a collision he and State Trooper Gary Arthur had at home plate in last Sunday's game. Be Wise-. Advertise County All-Star team which was selected June 20, is of the caliber that should give the Baltimore team, one of the best semi-pro diamond aggregations in the East, tough competition. Seven of the Tri-County play- ers were picked from the Baker. ton entry in the league, and six from Tomahawk, the two leading league teams. Four were named from Sleepy Creek; three from Charles Town, Leetown, Shep- herdstown, Great Cacapon and Gainesboro Named from the Bakerton team were: C. DeLauter, G. Jamisov, J. Lowery, R. Jamison, T. John- son, W. Jamison and A. Russell. Representing Tomahawk will be B. Fiery, C. See, D. Donaldson, B. Madison, B. Boarman and W. Spies. Shepherdstown's players will be C. Hunter, R. Hamilton and R. Stevenson, with L. Clark, J, Stot- ler and C. Whisner from Great Cacapon; D. Clark, E. Braithwalte B. Shope and F. Henry from Sleepy Creek; J. Burch, B. Davis and J. Mahoney from Leetown; D. Noland, R. Nicholas and R, David Hampstead defeated Ricky Funk, 6-3 and 6-1. I Members of the Charles Town' team expressed thanks to Richard Funk and Johnny Clipp for pro- vidig the transportation to the V. A. Center and also expressed thanks to Mr. E. O. Hampstead for arranging for the match. The Charles Town teams hope to arrange matches with other ten- nis teams in the section this Sum met. Win the Twin Double at Charles Town TURNTO PAGE2--B FOST TIME 7:15 PM GET MAJOR SAVINGS WEEKS EARLY! Why waitl We've set our calendar ahead and you can get a real sharp year-end deal right now, while the selection is greatest. 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