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Wiii Be Given to Some Lucky on July 15 at Charles Town Track TOWN CONTEST PRIZE:--Corny Man, 3 year old geld- has won three of his last four starts, will be given away Town race. track on Saturday, July 15th to the Who bicked the best name according to a panel of news- radio judges, for the Twin Double which has been one of the current race meeting at Charles Town. OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1961 VIEWS 8Y MAX BROWN CHS Football Coach on Saturday SIMS, Charles Town High's new football Who was sought after by a half dozen W st Vir- Schools before he decided to cast his lot with and company, was a visitor here last Sat- a survey of the athletic situation and in- about a place to live. He said that he is anxious into his Fall work with the 1961 Purple and would return here just as soon as he and can locate living accommodations... Oo DISCUSSING the football set-up hel e with Bill Brown and Supt. Ted Lowery, Coach Sims a new comer to this part of the state and he would like some time in which to 'get his feet ground' and make certain plans which he had in .And when told about the possibility a foothltll camp for the Panthers. said he believed it ad- to give up the idea for this Fall, any way. I feel that we can undergo a good and very profitable oning.program either at the new high school or on your fine baseball field here, he said .... it would also be very less expersive, he added. ready when kick-off time rolls around," he told aall group around him here Saturday. He made a impression on those who met ]tim here on and he seems to us to be a fellow who the Panth- it a genuine pleasure to play for. A real nice O" JUST HIT OUR sports wire that Jefferson big fair, annually held at Shenandoah Downs and first of October, has been moved' up some 30 will now be held November 2, 3 and 4, at the new night track... More later, but it's press hOW. , . O. CONSOLI, area scout for the Pittsburgh I)irates, watching the Legion whip Federal' Storage, for a two-day try-out school here before he was very high on the hustling style of play of the and the wonderful ball park. __(r-- DAVENPORT, Charles Town's outstanding increased his personal pole vault record to inches to win that event easily in the Cross track meet staged by the Baltimore Olympic Sunnday at 'Clifton Park in Baltimore. --O IN CASE you've been wondering how the Charles taytime track) is making out to date, the crowds .8 per cent and the betting is up 5 per cent. Credit Double for a large amount of this success. ,. 0 ARE SO WRONG Mr. Ford Frick of the National hen you said your professional all-stars played Leaguers' in the big game on Tuesday. Let the very first to let you know that Little generally always present a better brand of the Iiast-time than that which came over our TV set We'll admit, it was certainly not a fair professional baseball--but please don't put our in the same class. And let's not hear te high winds and the manner in which they were again, and again. Those guys taking part in the game are supposed to be both the major leagues STARS ! .0~ 'COL. RIELY' NOW, BOYS!--Reaching back of the talent he displayed on the Hollywood manor years ago, our old friend Leeds Riely, epted the part of Col. Lewis Washington in the which opens at the local cour house on August you didn't know it, but 'tis a fact that Leeds winding up with a movie contract at one time, le changed his mind and decided to Settle down as(. (~ IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU Legion baseball fans r' Zombro is turning in one whale of a good base for Woody Walter's crew. "Wimpy" hot ground balls in top style and can rifle to first base. o RUMORED that Paul Flick will return to Warren again, this time as coach of Mosby Rangei-s. PAGE 2--B TURN TO PAGE 2..-B t With Slim . ad in Tri-County TWill Fir:i 'iVeteran Official is lena .ea ment ,r IRacing Commission's Y Braves, Legion , Steward in Chas. Town The defending champions, Bakerton, shown above are once again leading the pa~k in the TH-County Baseball League, but only by a narrow margin of a game and a half and come this Sunday they will be fltcing a rugged test in trying to maintain the lead as they will go to Geraxdstown to be the guest~ of the Martinsburg Vetera4as of Foreign Wars team, currently runner-ups in league play. The Baker(on boys, managed by Frank Kidwiler. posted a ntggnlficant 24- 1 record in regular and post-season play last season to sweep Tri-County League play. and to date the classy Bakerton team has a record of ten victories as ag~nst only two defeat,u. 2ne VFW batsmen have been coming on strong in the past month and they now have eight victories and three defeats. Sunday these two top-contending teams will b~ttle on the Gerrardstown diamond and one of the largest, if not the largest, crowds to witness a Tri- County battle this season is being anticipated. Members of the club are, first row. left to right:--Ray Jamison. Gerald Jamison. Jhnmy Grim, Eddie Moler. Wayne Jamison. Willlaxn Dopson, and Charlie Kidwiler. Second row.,left to right:---Irving Grey, Barry Mills. Kenny Mills. Donnie Hetzel. Donald Jamison.Paul Swartz. Sonny Hough, and Maz~ger Kidwiler. Other members of the club absent when photo was taken are Randolph Anders. Buddy Manuel. David Longerbeam and Bill Hammond. (Journal Photo by Scrivenel ,, Another big All-Star wrestling show, this time featuring women and midgets instead of the huge and bulky men, has been lined up foY the Charles Town Legion fielti on Wednesday evening, July 26, it was announced Tuesday by James: (Jimmy) Morison, dit;ector of the wrestling shows for the Charles Town American Legion Post, sponsoring organization. Morison said there will be five matches this time to make up for one which was rained out on the last Legion wrestling show held JUly 4. And the main event of the pro- gram will be a. zeal battle of the fetninine sex, with four lovely ladies going at each other in. a real scrap. The girls who will ap- pear on the program are: Fran Gravette and Margie Ramsey, teamed against Peggy Allen and Jane Perez. Then as another special attract- ion the two top midget wrestlers in the country will do battle. There ~ill also be other out- standing attractions, their names to be announced later, Morison said. This will be the last wrestling show the Legion will sponsor this Summer. After a somewhat disappointing turnout for the July 4 show, Leg- ion officials are hoping for a bet- lain to ...... Le9 The Charles Town American baseballers may. have had better teams in the past, but they've never had a better hitting team theia this 1961 aggregation and they proved it again Sunday when they blasted the strong Federal Storage team of Washington, D. C. for 12 hits and 8 runs for an 8-4 victory on the Legion field. It was the seventh victory in nine starts for the Legion. It was also the second time this season the Waiters-managed Leigonnaires have 'bested the Leaders in the Washington Indust rial League, and this time it was the old master, Gilbert Miller who went to the mound for the Legion and hurled eight-hit ball at the visitors. Only in the second frame did the Washington boys give Miller any trouble at all and in that frame he gave up three hits and two runs to give Washington a temporary 2-2 tie in the battle Wimpy Zombro started the scoring fireworks for the Legion in the first frame when after he had singled, he moved on to sec- ond when Stotler was hit by a pitched ball, wentto third on an error on the Federal Storage shortstop and then scored on a fielders choice. The Federal Storage "bastmen Now Thru July 26 POST TIME 2 P.M.E.D.T.~-- 9 Exciting Roce~ Doily Delly, Dnblt oa 1st ~ le*~ ADMISSION: Air-Conditioned Club House $1.50 Grandstand 50c Catered By H. M. Stevens 9 RACES DALLY ter break in the weather this time and thus a considerable increase in attendance. knotted the count in the top of the second when Gary Black blasted a long four.bagger into deep left centerfield, scoring Son- ny Odon ahead Of him. Gilbert Miller then put the Legion in front to stay in the third frame with a home run into deep right field. Miller singled and later scored the fourth Legion run in the fifth frame. Bob Madison drove in Bootsy Leonard in the fifth Legion run in the sixth frame and then in the last of the eighth the Legion clin- ched the decision with a four-run barrage, climaxed by Bob Mad. ison's home run. The Federal storage boys push- ed over two more runs in the top of the ninth on a walk, two hits and an error. Zombro, Leonard, Bob Madison and Miller led the Legion hitting attack with two hits apiece, while Black was the only Federal Stor- age batsman to hit safely more than once. The box score: Pederal ,.~tora, g,e AB R. H, ,~eh~rt, cf. - - 5 0 0 Conchs, ss. - 4 0 1 Turn To Page 2---B [ I I I PICK. 41 WIN MOREl I 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Races at I Race Course TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE Standing Of Teams TEAM W L Pet. Bakerton 10 3 .883 Martlnsburg VFW 8 3 .727 Winchester Rebels 8 4 .667 Sleepy Creek 7 5 .583 Berkeley Place 6 6 .500 Tomahawk 4 8 .333 Winchester 2 9 .181 Leetown 2 I0 .167 Games Next Sunday Bakerton vs VFW at Gerardstown Tomahawk at Leetown Sleepy Creek at Berkeley Place Winchester Rebels at Winchester Although attendance atmost of the Tri-County League games has been holding very gooci to date this season, all past attendance records in league play are ex- pected to be shattered come Sun- day afternoon when the league- leading Bakerton Senators move into Berkeley County to tangle with the second-place Martins- burg VFW. The battle w, ill take place on the Gerardstown diamond and it's a safe bet that there will be more baseball excitement around this small rural community than in 202 East=Liberty I I I Play; VFW A!! Win many a moon. A record crowd is being antici- pated for this game since it will be the second meeting of the two teams, and since this game could very well be the turning point in the pennant race. In the first meeting of the two teams at Bakerton the VFW boys handed Baker(on their first de- feat by a 7-4 score. And this re- match will be an even more hotly contested decision than the firs~ one. Bakerton will be after revenge for that first defeat and also to try with everything Sunday to knock the VFW boys out of the pennant race. By the same token the Vets, realizing they must take this'one to stay in the thick of the race. will also be going with every thing. There will also be a hot battle in Winchester Sunday with the Winchester ~cams battling. This is one game the Rebels must take to stay in the pennant race. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hall and their family of Washington, D. C. spent the weekend visiting at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Anthony Hankey. POST TIME 2 P. M. E.D.T. Dally. Double 1st and 2nd ltge~ I I and a new-comer to Charles Town's I,cgion Park, will be here Sunday fo'r a 2:30 engagement with the Legion team. Managed hy the veteran Jimmy Meyer, a graduate of the University of Vir- ginia who has played pro hasehall in the Washington Senators chain ::ystem as well as a member of the lh)use of David basketball team. Moyer has added such stars as .limmy llartbar2er, outfielder l)ilcher from Salem ('()liege (W. Va), Billy Burkholder, outfielder- pitcher who forn)erly was a mere- ! bcr of the old New York Giants, Chick Crawford of Randolph Macon College, Nick Creola of Buffalo anti several other out- standing college and former minor league players, Tim Braves who are currently in third place in the strong Valley l,eague circuit which includes such former major leaguers as Garland Shiflett of the Washing- ton Senators, Lefty IAndamood of the Phila Phillies, are said to be hard-hitting and fine-fielding ball club. They will come here highly- regarded and a team which could upset the l,egion team on Sunday. Either Dick Forresl or Rick Madison will get the starting pitch ins assignment for the Legion, Manager Woody Wailers said to- clay, with the remainder of the lineup nmch the same as that which whipped Federal Storage here last Sunday. The Legion club treated the fans to some extra- special long-distance hitting last Sunday, with young Bob Madison and Gilberl Miller sending long blasts to dislant parts of tlhe spat.i- t)us outfield. Carey Black of the visitors (Fed(ral- Storage) also nailed one of Miller's slants for a long wallop to deep center fiehl, the ball rolling near the flag pole. Another exciting contest is pro- raised local and area fans again this Sunday. 13, 14 Year.Old Boys Interested in Pony League to Meet July 18 Any and all 13 and 14 year old boys who play baseball or want to play basel)all are urged to be at the Charles Town Legion ball park Tuesday July 18 at 6:30 for the purpose of organizing a Pony Letlgue teanl. A gr~)up of boys in this age bracket have been working out at the Legion park to some extent and it is now believed that there are other boys of this age who would like to join this group. It is hoped that enough interest will be shown to form at least one or more teams Ed Chrisman. said in making this announcement that at least one team has already been ten- tatively arranged and if there is sufficient interest shown there will be more arranged. !ANDREW (SNOOKS) WINTERS i Andrew R. (Snooks) Winters, veteran racing official frc, m Hunt- l ington, W. Va. is the State Stew- i ard representing the West Vir. ginia Racing Comn~ission current- ly .~erving in the stands with Slate Senator Oley G. Iledrick, Fair- mont, W. Va, and Baltimorean J. , Fred Colwill at the current sum- mer race meeting at Charles Town. tie has been identified with racing for a number of years and has been a familiar figure in Charles Town, where he has many friends, ever since the late A, J~ Boyle open(led the track hez'e in 1933, Jockey Bill Hartack Gets Champion Plaque At Arlington Park BILL HART,~CK Jockey Bill Hartack was pre- sented a plaque at Arlington Park for winning the 1960 national rid- ing championship. Hartack. winning the award fur the tourlh time since he started riding in 1952. booted home 307 mounts for tirst money last year, For the entire year, he rode 1,402 horses which won $2,118.914. The plaque ~as presented by Bert Thomps(m of La-Jolla, (?alif., managing director of the Jockeys Guild. lIa~lack is the onl:~ rider to win ,~uccessive national titles, taking them in 1955 through 1957. the car that gives you 7 money-saving, serf-servicing features, like a chassis that needs no lube for 30,000 miles. Roomier interior than last year. Wider doors. Bigger trunk. New Super-Economy engines deliver up to 15% more gas mileage. JEFFERSON COUNTY MOTORS, Inc. Street Charles Town, W. Va. _ ! ~ iI )