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12 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 20,1978 BLUE DEVILS CHAMPIONS "FESTIVAL IN PARK" TENNIS TOURNEY The Blue Devils edged the Lions 5-4, on July 12, in the rain delayed"Festival in the Park" team tennis tournament championships. The Blue Devils had earlier edged the Trojans 5-4 in one semi-final matchup while the Lions topped the Vikings 8-1, to gain the finals. The winners received the championship trophy and each team member received a certificate. Members of the team as shown above, are Paul Espinosa, tournament director; Susie Jamison, Amy Watson, Kelly Watson, David Didden, Kenny Mercer, and Rob Watson. Second row, left to right -- James Edwards, Chet Ott, Kelly Colbert, Scott Mickey, Kenny Cameron and Keith Potter. (Photo by Tim Sinn) REGULAR DIVISIONPOTOMAC ALL-STARS WILL OPEN PLAYOFF ACTION TONIGHT AT 6 P. M. IN MARTINSBURG The All-Stars of the Regular Division of play in the Potomac Little Baseball League, will take to the post-season playoff trail tonight, Thursday, when they travel to Martinsburg to tangle with the winner of the Martinsburg and Berkeley Springs game which was played Tuesday evening at Oatesdale Park in Martinsburg. This game tonight will also be staged at Oatesdale Park as will all of the district playoff games. The winner of the Martinsburg tour- nament playo(fs which is just a single game elimination, will then go to Philipi for the Regional tournament, with the winner of that event going into the state playoffs. Members of the local Potomac squad as shown above, are - Front row, left to right -- Greg Neigel, Steve Lee, J. B. Lemon, Eric Tedder, Doug Hartlove, Todd Grantham, Dave Rogers and Jim Scott. Back row, left to right -- Danny Dillow, manager, Mike Walter, Robbie Grey, Stacey Viands, Scott Shumaker, injured, Kent Dillow, Larry Reed, Mitchell Jackson and Bill Willingham, coach, (Photo by Tim Sinn) Kearneysville Retains Lead In National Div. Jefferson SIo-Pitch Loop JEFFERSON SLO.PITCH NATIONAL DIVISION STANDING OF TEAMS TEAMS W L Kearneysville 15 1 All Mountain Blood I0 4 Wines Racing Stables 9 6 Millville 4 II Job Corps 0 21 AMERICAN DIVISION TEAMS W L Blue Ridge 10 3 Alberts 10 3 Moose 9 7 Summit Point 7 7 Bakerton 2 13 After a delay for July 4 tourney and the District tourney, SPORTS NEWS & VEWS From Page ! I fillies al mares will be competing f' stallion services to Double Edge Sword, Recupere and Racconto. The first three finishers in the race will receive the stallion services with the winner taking first pick, the second place horse second, and the third place finisher the remaining service. KIRK COLLECTING STAKES VICTORIES -- Jockey Dennis Kirk, who guided Brown and Smith's General Stevens to a narrow victory in the Valley Sprint Championship here at the Charles Town Turf Club last Saturday night was winning his fourth Stakes in the last five run at the local ovals. Kirk had won the Edward L. Blake Memorial Stakes at Shenandoah Downs on June 17 to start the stakes season this year. The Charles Town native closed out last season by winning the $25,000-added Tri-State Futurity with Entremont's Fight For God and then won aboard Brown and Smith's Jiva Coolit to win the Valley Sprint. His only out of the money stakes in the last five was the Sadie Hawkins. WINDLE LEADS TRAINERS-- George "Buck" Windle, Jr., has saddled six winners through the first three weeks of the Summer Meeting at the Charles Town Turf Club to hold a one winner edge over Willie O'Neill, Jr., Frank Smith, Jr., Robert Hilton and Henry Mercer. In the jockey battle Raymon D. Betaneourt and Orlando Moreno have ridden 12 winners each with Nelson Shaw and Donald Pacheco tied for second with II each. the league resumed play on .Thursday, July 13, with Kear- lleysville winning over Millville on a forfeit and the Moose edging Bakerton, 10-8. In the District Tourney, Kearneysville came out on top and Summit Point second. Both teams will represent this area in the semi-state tourney to be held in Clarksburg, W. Va., on July 21, 22 and 23rd with the 5 top teams from this tourney to go to the State which will be held at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., the weekend of Aug. 4, 5 and 6th. 76-Ers Remain Unbeaten In Park Men's Basketball MEMORIAL P,'R K MENS BASKETBALL STANDING OF TEAMS TEAMS W L 76ers 3 O Fruit Loops 3 1 Dead End Boys I 2 Werewolves O 4 Results Past Week July 10 -- Fruit loops 57, Dead End Boys 44 July 11 -- 76ers 83, Werewolves 76 July zZ- Fruit Loops 84, Werewolves 79, OT The 76ers edged the winless Werewolves 83-76 on July 11, to remain the only unbeaten team in the Jefferson Memorial Park men's basketball league. The i Fruit Loops won both their l outings to remain only one-half game behind the leaders, i On July I0, the Fruit Loops i dewned the Dead End Boys 57- 44. Tim Shaffer with 20 points and Edgar Whiting with 19 points led the winners while Ronnie Hypes meshed 14 points for the Dead End Boys. The July 11 contest found the 76era outlasting the Werewolves 83-76. Anthony Herbert's 36 points, and 22 tallies by Daniel Jackson paced" the winners while John League's 21 points and Walter Lloyd's 20 markers were high for the Werewolves. The game of the week took place on July 13, when the Fruit Loops nlpp the Werewolves 84- R 6% 61/2% 71A% 71/z% l'Vl 2 YEARS 4'VI 6 YEARS S'VI m DIIgPOSIT ssoo $1,0@0 $1,000 $1, $1, I PLUS INCITEMENTS OF $1OO $500 $500 $500 $500 INTEREST PAYABLE SEMI.ANNUALLY & AT MATURITY QUARTElU.Y SEMI-ANNUALLY ANNUALLY & AT MATURITY QUARTERLY SEMI-ANNUALLY ANNUALLY & AT MATURITY QUARTERLY SEMI-ANNUALLY ANNUALLY & AT MATURITY QusmrrERLY SEMI-ANNUALLY ANNUALLY & AT MATURITY r-,,ttm msutaa..m mptm a =altF Jw .,m =4m,,bsw..' Interest payable monthly on all certificates of $10,000 or more. PEOPLES E00HK Innovative... Progressive... Partners With the Community MmsrJ 00tC/00tVST oem00utme00rr 725-7018 OF CHARLES TOWN 79 in overtime. Tim Shaffer's 26 points led the Fruit Loops, while Todd Smoot scored 24 points for the Werewolves. Games This Week July 24 -- Dead End Boys vs. 76ers, 6:30 July 25 -- Fruit Loops vs. Werewolves, 6:20 July 20 -- Dead End Boys vs. Fruit Loops, 5:45 July 20 -- 76 ers vs. Werewolves 7:00 July 2'/ -- Dead End Boys vs 76ers, 6:30. Benner-Spunich Doubles victor Volleyball Tourney Title Captured By Leetown Baptists Leetown Baptist Church captured the Third Annual Jefferson County Memorial Park volleyball tournament on July 11. Leetown downed Fin- nese in the title match. Leetown bad also captured the cham- pionship in 1976 but did not participate last year. Members of the winning team included: Phillip Johnson, Debbie John- son, Jimmy Magaha, Doris In Tennis, uo,.h Gray, Harold Gray, Kenny aLIIB II. Hardy, Charles Sisk, Jr., Brenda The doubles team of Ernie Benner and Dave Spunich came up with the only win of the day as the Jefferson Park men's tennis team dropped their opening match of the season to homestanding Winchester on July 9. Other contestants representing Jefferson in the match were: Keith Togans, Connie Hammann John Mc- Canuel, Roger Parker, and Greg Didden. The match was the first Interstate Tennis association match for the local men's team. Interstate matches scheduled for this week include: Jefferson Junior's at Winchester on July 21, 10:00 a.m.; Jefferson women at Winchester on July 22, h)00 a.m.; Clarke County at Jef- ferson women at 10:00 a.m., on July 23; and Jefferson men at Clarke County on July 23, at 10:00 a.m. Athletic Exams On Wednesday, July 26, At Jeffemn High A clinic, made up of many local doctors and nurses, will be set up at Jefferson High School Wednesday, July 26, from 9:00 a.m. to II :00 a.m. to examine all' Jefferson County athletes in grades 7 through 12. This service will be offered free of charge to all those athletes wishing a physical examination. It is important to note this clinic will be for all athletes for all sports for the entire 1978-79 school year, whatever the sport may be -- football, basketball, track, tennis, girls basketball, etc. It is even more important to note any athlete neglecting to attend this clinic must make arrangements with his or her family physician for the examination before he or she may tryout for any sport. Lions Paper Drive To Be Held Tuesday Members of the Charles Town Lions Club will conduct another paper drive Tuesday evening, July 25 in Charles Town and, Ranson. Anyoue having paper to donate is asked to tie papers in bundles and place on curb in front of their homes, or on porch of their home and turn on porch light. Hendricks, and Jeff Hendricks. The team received a trophy and each member a pin. i 08tlMm IOPICS  by Bob Brewster I ,,ucnco OUTDOOR CONSULTANT SELECTING A TENT FOR BOAT CAMPING While a special kind of tent isn't needed for comfortable boat camping, the outdoor recreation authorities at Mer- cur), outboards recommend you choose one which fits the use you'll give it. First consideration should be the type of material used in the tent body. Cotton is recom- mended where unusual moisture conditions prevail. Cotton weighs more than nylon and other synthetic materials, but breathes better and is more waterproof. Nylon fabric is so tight that it doesn't breathe, and it has a tendency to leak at the seams. Other important construc- tion features are the stitching, and reinforcing of the fabric at stress points. Best stitching is 7 to 10 per inch, and definitely not less than five. Many times terns used for boat camping will beset up on gravel along streams and lake shores. This calls for sturdy metal or plastic pegs which will with- stand being driven into the rocks. A tent with a sewn-in plastic floor prevents ground moisture from being drawn into air mat. treues and sleepiq bags. Also, be sure that the tent poles are aluminum or fiber- glass, and that they fit together without binding. Perhaps the most important consideration is the amount of ventilation the tent will pro- vide. Buy one which has ample door and window openings with screens to keep out insects. Ftmt Tlme "Mummy," said little Brian, "Tommy doesn't know how to swim because his mum- my won't let him go near the water." "Well, Tommy is a very good little boy." "Yes," answered Brian, thoughtfully, "and he'll go to Heaven the first time he falls in." ,i i I/:! ii, i,i , , ,! ' , //:C/  Youth At Harpers Ferpj Jr. High Basketball Camp John Piccolomini, Varsity basketball coach at Harpers Ferry School, conducted the first basketball camp ever held at the school for boys between the ages of four and 14, with the above grout in attendance. The camp, which ran from Monday through divided into two age groups, the first, 4 through 7 years and the through 14. The sessions were conducted from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Coach Piccolomini with the camp were Dave Rodgers and Tom Lang. by Tim Sip.n) MCA Swim Team Racks Pair Of Vtctones In Strong 'Team Efforts The Hagerstown YMCA swim team, which includes fourteen swimmers from Jefferson County, came up with two outstanding team efforts this past week. On July 11, the YMCA team in Interstate league play downed runnerup Winchester by the score of 327-251 in a meet held in the Virginia city. On July 15, Hagerstown won 17 of the 27 events to easily out-distance second place Winchester in the seven-team Moss Spring Relays held at Greencastle, Pa. In the Winchester dual meet Jeanelle Reed was first in the eight and under girls medley relay and 25 breaststroke. She also placed second in the 25 fly and 200 IM. Robbi Becker won both the eight and under girls 25 free and 50 free in her first swim meet as a member of the YMCA team. She broke the pool records in both events, and also placed third in the 25 backstroke. April !Reed posted improved times in placing fourth in both the 25 fly and 25 back for eight and under girls. Six-year-old Liz Titus placed fifth in the eight and under 25 free. Earl Edwards was third in the 25 free 25 back, and 50 free in the eight and under boys division. Mary Edwards finished third in both the 50 free and 50 breaststroke, and fourth rin the 50 backstroke in the 9-10 girls age group. Lisa Titus was first in the free relay, and third in both the 200 IM and I00 free in the 11-12 girls competition. Cindy Ed- wards placed third in the girls U-12 50 freestyle with her best time of the season. Larry Reed continued to produce out- standing team efforts as be placed first in the medley relay and 50 breaststroke in the 11-12 boys division. He also claimed second place in beth the 200 IM and 50 butterfly. Lewis Painter showed continued improvement in the 11-12 boys age group by posting his fastest times and placing fourth in both the 100 free and 50 backstroke. In the 13-14 age group James Edwards stroked his way to a strong second place showing in the 50 fret and 100 breaststroke and was also third in the 100 freestyle. Kadi Bozman, one of the top 13-year-olds in the area claimed fifth place in both the 100 fly and 100 breaststroke Jackie Willingham placed a strong third in the 200 IM and was fourth in the 100 backstroke for 15-18 girls. In the Moss Spring Relays the following swimmers par- ticipated and scored.points in the meet: Rohbi Becker, eight and under, first in the medley and backstroke relays and second in the free relay; Jeanelle Reed eight and under, first in the breaststroke, butterfly, and backstroke relays; Larry Reed, 11-12, first in the breaststroke relay and second in the medley relay; Lisa Titus, 11-12, first in the breaststroke relay and second in both the butterfly and backstroke relays; Jackie Willingham, 15-18, fifth in the open medley and open freestyle relays. Hagerstown in the Jefferson Saturday in /THL Can sail.boat learn anythin8 winds by Does a cloudy anything weather? Those who dc ing, either on ocean, can about the the sky A cloudy sky lessening is not era. There are usually apply. there is a the shore at a good wind not always this land the sun replaced by s Of course, clouds may proach of a this means other than bright, clear sailing. faster than above the the land to the famous finds at lar ocean beacheS. '" Going .to never know find in