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SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 brothers, plus a girls match between Gloria Barittina and Mary Jane Mull, the match which Jim (Zako) Morison has lined up for the fans at Legion Park on Friday night, July 24, is a real humdinger... It would be a good idea to get your ring-side tickets just as early as you can, be- cause once they're put on sale, they ,will go fasL, . m ,. HONORING HIS SON "CRAIG, on his enth birthday, Oliver (Suits, Pants and Shirts) Kastle entertained a group of Craig's friends at a swimming party at, Jefferson Me- morial Pool on Tuesday evening. Oliver brought in some 'out-side' entertainment for the big occasion m roly-poly Bob Doyle who amused the youngsters with some of his difficult high-diving exhibitions and expert swimming ex- ploits during the evening. Oliver 'the old man himself,' brought rounds of laughter from the youngsters as he sent water splashing in all directions while displaying his swimming and diving abilities... A real good time was had by ALL! ! West Virginia University's 1959 [ootball season came into ocus Chis week with the opening of tic- ket sa'les and, width such oppon- ents as Pitt, Penn State and Vir- ~irtia Tech dot~Ang the .home sche dule, a record ~or season tickets As .forecast. The chief neighborhood rivals gor the Mountaineers are appear- trig together in Morgantown for the .first time in a decade-Pitt on Oct. 17 and Penn State :two weeks later. Virginia Tech-a strong en- ough foe %o be a home headliner normally visi,ts Moun.saineer Field on Nov. 14. The .first home game ~s schedul ed ~or Sept. 26 with Richmond, and the season finale will ,be Nov. 21 against The Citadel. Both are 1Southern Conference opponents. Good seating location is guaran teed for all five games ,to purehas ers Of season :tickets at .~he reg- ular price of $20. All reserved se~ts for individual ,games are priced ,at $4. The entire Stadiu,m ~ncl,ld~ng the bo~rl will be reser- ved ,for the Pl.tt game. Because Pit has attracted a ca pacity crowd in i~ts last two Moun taineer Fie~d appearances a~nd Penn S.sate and Virginia Tech each drawn more than 25,000, Bus iness ,Manager C. S. Simmons ad- vised football fans to place their orders now. With a large season ticket sale expected, single g.ame orders will be fitted ou,tside the 20 yard lines, ~but he emphasized that purchasers of season tickets could be assured of good locations for all games. The Mou~.saineers' away from home schedule (and prices o,f t4c- kets .which also may be ordered from the WVU Athletic Office) consists of Maryland, 'Sept. 19, $4; George WashingC~on, Oct. (2) night, $3; Boston University, Oct. 9 (n,ight), $3; Syracuse, Oct. 24 $4 and Southern California, Nov. 7, $3.50. ..... 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VA. ,eg,on Big-time wrestling will return to @harles Tow~ once ag~n Fri- day night, July 24 for a one-night show on the Charles Town Legion field when Jackson-Perks Ameri- can Legion Post presents a top- notCh program of ring acUvi.sy headed by t~he great An.sonino Roc ca who will be making his second ~ppeara~nce in @harles Town. James ~Jimmy)Morison, chair- man of the commt.ttee handling this special Uenefi,t for the Legion baseball team, said this week t~ha such other colorful and n,wUonally known wrestling figures as The :Sheik of Beruit, Lebanon, Dr. Jerry Graham and Eddie Grab,am of Phoenix, Arizona; Johnny Bar- end of l~c,hes,ter, N. Y. and Don Lewin of Buffalo, N. Y. will also be on the show which will ge~ un derway at 9 p. m. under lights es- pecia~lly erecCJed at the Legion field for the occasion. The Sheik will bangle wi,bh Rec- ta, the 228-pour~der from Argen- ~tina in the double windup mach whioh will be a ~ne-,fall to the fin ish. The Grahams will bangle with Barend and Lewin in a best two out oi three fall m~tch or a one- hour ti,me limit. Then ~here will be a special lad ies ma~tch featuring Miss Gloria .1Yari,tCini, 138 of Fore~ Meade, Md. vcho was such a favorite w4,th the fans when s'he wrestled in Ch'aries Town a year ago; and Miss Mary Jane Null of St. Louis, Me., a 154 pounder. The opening match will pi,t The ~igh,ty Jumbo, of Denver, Col., who tips the scales a.s 517 pounds and Arnoland Skoland of White Plains, N. Y. w~ho will ba,~tle for ei.sher 30 minu.tes or one .fall which ever 'happens first. Advance ticket sales for the mat ches is e~pected to begin w~'Vhin Vhe nex, t week, Morison said. !More details on the ,wrestling show will be announced la~er. yer A long drive by Chalky ,Hopkins, into left center field for a double credi,ted as a double, scored ~'lick and ~o score .the game-winning er Bond with .t~e run which gave run. .She Charles Town American Leg- The Legion scored first i,n ~he ion baseballers a thrilling 6-5 vic- first ~frame when Bond tripled and .tory in the ninth frame Sunday over the Fort Myer (Va.) Colon- came home on a delayed steal by ials on ,the Ch,arles Town Legion Hopkins who was thrown ou,t in field. 'For a time Vhe several hundred ,fans who :had turned ou.s to see .she .sradi~tional rivalry ,between ~hese two teams renewed, must have seen visions of victory slip- ping as :the result of a bases load- ed homer i~ 'the seventh frame by Dennis Mannell, Fort Myer cat- cher. But jus.s 'as 'they have on so m~any comeback in ~,he eigh,th ed a comeback in *the eighth frame and then finally accom- plished the complete recovery in ~he final frame. The Legion had managed .so knob the score at 5-5 in the eighth ~rame. The~ on coming ~o b~t in the ninth Ranalli first grounded out second ,to ,first base. ,Next Flicker Bond, who had already had two hits, ,a triple and single on the afternoon, clicked for his third base knock. Zom'bro ~hen sen.s a hot ,ground at Fo~.S ,Myer's second sacker Ronald Bender. He 'fielded the ball $i~e, ~bu.s in his h~ste to make a double play, slip- ped and fell and botkt Bond and Zombro were safe. Next it was Chalky Hopkins at the plate ,and he landed on one w;hich went far i, i t the run down on ,the abtempted steal. In the second frame Fort Myer also scored once when Keller was 'hit by a pitched ball and later scored on John :Hule~n's double. Then in the third .frame Charles Town moved in,to 'a 4-1 lead ,when Jamison .and Bond singled :and scored on a home run by Zombro which rolled to the right cen, ter- field fence. From the second frame un'til the seve, n,th, big John {:)off hurled fine ball for the Legion giving up only three ~hit&: and striking out five Fort Myer ,batsmen. But in the seventh Bender of For.s Myer walked, was forced by Shima a second w,alk to Joe Palell~a, a h~,t b Wts~an loaded t)he bases and set the stage for Mannell to clout his home run. It was one of the long- est balls ever 'hi,t a~ the Legion !field travelling about 440-eet in- to deep left cen.terfield and going over the fence on one bounce. At this point Manager Woody Walkers sent Lofty BH1 Isherwood into the game ~and he set the Sol- diers down t~he rest of ,the way. In Vhe eighth frame, truiting by a 5-4 oount Moehler singled wlit'h two ou, t and then scored on Al (Malachuk's pop fly which the Fort ,Myer second sacker ran far into ,the ou.sfield to get, but drooped. This evened the count and set up the successful finale ~and victor- ious climax to the battle. Zombro and Bond each had three *hits, t~e former a home ruin, v~hile Jim MoGhler had ,two ~or the Legion. For Fort Myer ,Man- nell's long home run .was ,the big blow for the So,Idlers who scored five runs on only five hits. The Legion had 12 hits. The box score: Ft. 'Myer AB R H Palella. ss .............. 3 1 1 Finoh, If ............... 2 1 0 Mannell. c ............ 4 1 1 Stout. 3b .............. 4 0 0 Keller. lb .............. 3 1 1 Hulen. rf .............. 4 0 1 Costosa. If ............. 4 0 9 Bender. 2b ............ 3 O 0 Shima. p .............. 4 1 1 Totals .............. 31 5 5 1 Legion AB R H,, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCA [I/EI Jamison, ss ............3 1 112--B THURSDAY, JULY Ranalli, rf ............. 2 0 .0t .... Marga 3 3 --- Bond, 2~0 .............. 51 3 I Totals ..............35612 (~~,~)~ ~~ Hopki. , ............ 3 IOLD CHURCH , , ,Moehler, Ib ............ 412 0 1 [ The oldes~ Me thoois~t Churcn / ~) .~-~ ~Up Char Doyle, 3b. ss .......... 3 0 0" ~ ir, ll~l.]l~lll= ira: :j~Ch les K, Ramey. t,f .............. 4 I west of the Aileghenles is Reho- [ ~ .J ~l~. ,M~tlachuk. c ............ 3 0 1 |bebh Church. erected in 1786 i.n ] Ifl ~]~ll/Lee Kn O0ff. P .................. 2 0 0 [ .what was tO become Monroe Coun j ---IU------ ~.~.llllll~the 4th c I~em~0bd, p .......... . 1 00/,ty, W. Va. ~h~enLs ] ' ~'~t~ uu- ~r Hill ar ]~rL Ya. we~ ]~ his 'moth SE!'I/IS THEI !1 'r0ther am _ c. j. 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