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OF JEFFERSON fARMERS ADVOCATE [ i SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE 'IHURSDAY' 'IITIJY 9' 195' ]NEWS ii I" "1 t Hill t, BilIyWi ed, ndians RetainSame Prices To Prevail As For Pas ville Gian reman Nam ew Head Coi :h 26 Years; Many lmprovement ; Madq Move To WithmBasketball And Baseball At Shepherd 8Y MAX BROWN....._..._ To Clubhouse Grandstand, Track One Game Of Lead i BillyO. Wiremanof t~i I Peabody College T achersI ~~i-:~::: i :--== POTOMA? LEAGUE pNaSn/~V~le'bTent~e.Wav~e2~eLce~/YgiaPa !:'!i~i~!~ Ready and Rat'in;. To Go -- ''":'~":':""~~~ I STANI, IN(, OF TEAMS _ Board of Educa~;ion as assis.~ant ~i li ~~iii~ I ITEAM W L proIesso( oI pnysi.cai eaucation 1 des Town Race (purse-- . I [ [Millville Giants 8 4 and heaa coach oz oasKetball and] I ~~:.~ [ | I Bakerton Senators 9 5 baseball at S'hepherd College for ~ ~i~ ], SIR-REE, AND the popular 'Little Saratoga' ~~ ] ~~ [ :;ii Harpers Ferry Tigers 7 4 the coming year. ~I I ast which became the property of Herman and Dodgers 45 Sharpsburg Bluebirds 65 His preparation includes a Ba- Ch and Lou Pondfield of Baltimore recently is BCrUabG~M 26 : She herdsto~n'Yankees 5 7 cneior of Arts degree from George ~:~ ~ ~ ~:! sed up in its summer splendor, such as has never ............. P ................ ..... ~~'~ I !( : [ ,~ - '~( tucky 1954 a Master of Arts de- I ~ e eye before. A tour of the racing plant today ~ ES FOR THE WEE ~>:~ I !~ i [ zoaays t,ames gree in Physical Education from ~~ Cl to us numerous changes and a complete moderni- ~~!: ~ [ : :~~ ! at Shepherdstown the U,niversity of Kentucky, Lex- rogram which has been carried out in the club ~~. ~ [ ~J~ ~Millvtlle at Harpers l~erry ington, Ky. in 1957 and graduate! ~~~ ~~!(~:i~ [ ~ : Sharpsburg at Leetown study toward a Doctor of Educat- ] ~~ X0m top to bottom. Every thing appeared in tip ~~ii:: I~ ] :~:~ i Tuesday's Games ion degree in Physical EducationI ~~/'~l for the 2:00 p. m Post Time on Monday when .day meet wiH be off with a bang... ' ~~!ii~ [ Shepherdstown at Sharpsburg a,~ George Peabody College. [ ~~'~l ~~'ii:::~ ] ~ Millville at Bakerton Coach Wireman has served as[ ~~ All .... ..:~:, ~ . p ~ y , -- l~~i. I ~b Har ers Ferr at Leeto~n an athletic director in the United i " ~' ', WHILE WE'RE speaking ab:ut the Charles Town ~~ ] ~~!::: .i; :: ~: 1 Wrth the halfway mark hav- StateSof 1st ~MarlneLieutenantCOrPHeWlthr,tthe2.o,~rankt~ /I JUrse: Willie Hartack, the nation's champion jockey ' i - .... ' ....... ..... ....... ~ .... :~ n~ been reached m Potomac Lt- . .... I ~: :~ ~ I ....... s s;""hlS Alma Mater Georgetown Col-] BILLY 'WIRFM~N "~~~ I ~ ~'~ / l Lie J.eague pray tne race 1 dri leae v~her~ h~ '~,-,,~a ..... i ct~.,i ' ~ ' tree consecutive years, had 21 winners during the ............... ..... f .......... h fly ~, .......... ............ ~~ ~ I ~ ~: / 1 : ar irom oemg oecmea w~t e basketball coach and director of ,teach courses in physical educat- autumn meeting here back in 1952. I ~ ~ 1 of the six teams still very much the colleae swimmin,, .m'ooram for ion and serve as head basketball [LE POSSIBI;Y YO{'i did not know it--three play- ] ~~ 1 in conte,n,tlon only four game~ se- two years Caueh R~h r~t,i ~.~-]and baseball coach, S!nee both ] ~~ / para,t,ing the fift:h and first place rgetown "Co'liege s,t'-a~tesTl~a.'t ""He 1Coact~ Jes~e R~gglema n and vet- o saw action in the big All-Star Baseball Classic on t ~ I teams ............... ~._ .... : .... l eran coach Cletus Lowe have ask- ~-~ ~,~-~ [ ,,~,~ ,~.~,.,n.~.,~.,-. The M.lllvllle Giants moved to ~ ,,,.,.~..,~o ~ ...... ~..., ~.,,..~ ~ed to be released from coaching at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, atl plaved here in ... .... I . ~vt .........~., ~ within a game of the league-leadfor"]s'an~l'~ve~" were we'l~=~leased ]these two sport's Jesse Riggleman Town's Legion Park. Nelson Fox, the'star second ~acmg emer~ammen~ to n~ ec- ispace nas oeen arrangeo more em in~ B~kevtnn ~nators in last ' ~" -,,,, ..... ~ ~'~ ~,'-'~n r:,.,,.on ............ ' at all times with his work He ,w,,, ~,~,u,,,~ a ..... a ..... .... ta for the Chicago White Sox, l)laved here on a ~l~:mybudgetsh[~ll~ntz!~ueto;e[Colentlly and a ddmonal week's play by scoring a pair of knows how to handle'men and i~Ieach and director of a,thleUcs r of occasions with the St. Thomas, Pit., ball club and ~. 'L_ ." . ..' 2:L~ ]. _ g um~s n,ave oeen ms~aneo victories while the Bakerton team a ~ooci coach '" " and will be become Shepherd Col- 1 2 m , , ~ 1~ 'l.~ "" . lege s llrs, b track coach In the of thoroughbred spo't at p. . I cvty. Fen'- was drone, in,~ two In 1957 Coach Wweman was l ..... ~ .... ~ ~, r, ................ broke up a ten-inning contest oy lining a triple r~ace.t:ourse begins ~,~s zorn yearlLo nanme ~ne extra patron capa- was dividin- a "aiz and Ha~'^~s ~" " ' ........ " .... on Monday,.July 13 .... [ The clubhouse has been e, ntirelyMi~lville hande(l" the 'se-back appoin,ted assistant basketball I~a~"r~eo~t~e~e(~ tt~_ett~o'lYitt~ni~~o ield. Dick Groat, the great athlete from Duke Admission to the ,track and in- ] re-painted and numerous other winless La~t.nwn Pirates their ooach to Kentucky's Adolph Rupp I t~oh f~,n~ti~'~ 1,~ th~'~,~(~ ,,~'.. dry who is now the shortstop for the Pittsburgh cidental charges are l~wer than at ]areas have been freshly dressed co,nsecu~ive set-~ack Tues one of the nation's leading bas-ice~i'iv~ion-o[~ i~e~'coiie~:e:" ~oa*c!h Played at Legion Park several time.~: while he was any other .track in the. nation. , up. All.of this is part of a long day evening' June 30' by a one~ ketball coaches. Coach Rt}pp sta- Wireman will also serve' as as- .'el at Fort Belvoir, Va., and Johnny Antonelli, the General admission as (xn,ly 50 [range ~mprovement plan begun sided 13-1 score and then on ,tes, We thought very highly Of[sistanL football coach to 14gnd Star left-hander, was here with "the Fort M ,er, cents. For $1, fans can enjoy ,the [in May when the new manage- Thursday evening scored a close Coach Wireman. He carried out I Coach Jesse Riogleman and-~t~i':y comforts .of a completely enelosedlment took over. 4 2 d~cisinn over t~he Shaz'-sbu~:- all assignments t,hat were given I~lem~n i~")u,'n~ifl ~'~