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--- SPORTS SECTION --- " " m DON RENTCH -- SPORTS EDITOR LOCAL COVERAGE - SCORES - PICTURES SPmzz OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE New Harpers Fern/ I Twin! Clinch Chain i i I Little League To Hold 0 RSDA , JULY 21, 1966 SECTION--B H,gh Football Coach I ii | | / Tag Day Saturday In NOW para ii ....... [ p Ir Te ' Baseball League hcvlds a tag day TR~Odt~.NnTYf'TEt2t E~ ~: ....... i~. "~ ~..::~ Although the Jefferson Little T |/ | | | , | | -- .J I/ | ~ ~ :: : :! | ~i ~ ~!~ :::: ~ | annually, th~ year mague of~i- " g s ._ ] | ~ [ [ [ [ [ --- ~'~ ][ ~ I ::: : i [ |~:.::::: ~ l~lV~.:: ~ ~ | eials are hoping when the day is Team Won Lost NEWS AND VIEWS i !i / i [ : . i-" :Lr,: own :i t ~::.~l ll~WJ~i~ ~~ ~! l with the ~our new teams making. _ _. . O WN ........ :i::.:::? : .::.i~ ~:~::i~ ~ up the American League and' BY M AX BRO .................................... ............ SUN A " ES TS _ ~~iii~ ] ~ Ill ! [ /playing on anew d:iamond in, D YSR,~UL, KOVENS and his Charles Town Race Course golf ll~.~:~~ t ~i~ ~i:~i~ ~ I 1 | Ranson. These four teams are Leetown 6, Tomahawk 2 . ittee are making plans for a wing-ding of a program / | | n tyetu ffao med, andit willc t ~e~:r~s~aClha~le~rl,f~n~rmn 3 . undav at the nifty Purcellwlle, Va. Golf and Country " Win es " ' b, with'tee-off time slated for 12 noon. Some 70 and pos- / ........... ::::: ............................ ...................... / u Orms nnen foednf fthe :esaom ch ter Creek 2 t' moreplayers are expected to take part in the festive [ H .... A ............. J The. Twins .... clinched the championship of the American, Little. Baseball. League_ Thu~dhy_ evening, I. ~ ")n hn. m~," .................................... ~h,, ~.~,~,,,~ ~,,,. e'.~ ii~TV ~ ion with Costy Caras. providing mo t, of the power with. uvv ~ J~u~ / .Tuly 14 when ............ they defeated the second-place Cards by a 19-11 score They had, however, neen. osgWenl o ~ --qeam~h~'~aw ...... ~ ~h,~h,~,-d~.~~. ............ trusty number one driver.., ttoward Jackson, 22-year-old ha-|. an assist in their race towards the League crown on Tuesday evening, July 12, by the Ostr : wh *I ~J [~ ~a~ lab Leetown at Great Caeapon ........... live of New Martinsvflle, W. Va.,| defeated the Cards that evening. The Twins and Cards had been waging a close battle f~r me mague [ Will ~ i|UllVl~lli bill Bakerton at Winch~ter tffi ............ ' ...... r " ~ "~ ....so~"~-" .____ ] who was named last week by Jef-| lead from the outset of ,season, play .......... The Twins finished out the season with a 10-5 record,, while the| PL..I.. T ..... 'l['...L Sleepy Creek at Charles Town r~Attb~ IUW~ ~ t,o) az urfle~ ot XVlOtme t~uaai Leant, ferson Count" B- ard of Education/ ................ " -in-t the ~'ets Tuesda" ' .......u,~ ...w.. ..-..... -----o----- ) ,, ..... . ~.. ,_ ,__,~. _~ ~,. _~.. _ I ..~ "; .... i runner-up ~.aras nave an a-b mark ann zney were to wma up mezr season aga s ~ " Yl ~mm~mm~.~ zvwmm mm~,~ . coul omy wm two games m z rs ,na , oL. vm lns- as me new head footbal~ coach at| evening, July 19. Members of the championship team as shown above are: Front row (legt to right)--.[ ~]a~$ VK,',--aq.. ~l|.l~$ Victories by Lee town over the gs ;~o~tbau t~eague, s~ar~e~ :ne secono nal~ m zme style Harpers. ~erry tl,lgn Scnoorh was Steve Clin~ David Al~er, "Peanut" Chamblin, Don Rissler, Mike Beahm and Steve Cameron. Back rowI ~l~hl I IlUi~OJ I~l~H1 league-leading Tomahawk Indi- a a neat 5-4 victory over Spicklers Monday evening. Danny in Charms Town Saturday aceom- ....... ~ . ,.~,,~,. _~m n~o~n _~v ]~'~"s C~m~ . n~an. K nn thl ans and bv Bakerlon over " ant i (left to right)---J~m Breede .......... ~,...; ............................... ron, Sam Sta ,- e e ~ tcaster and John Schultz h~t roundh ppers for the locals. P ~ by Mrs. Jack~on, loo~ng ~,.~. r~ ~ w.~n Ho~h~r~ #'hsmhl|n sml ma,~ar,~r Charles Beahm ~Photo by Tim Sinn ) I Charles Town th~s past Sunday . . .......... over~ne zacmues.at ~arpers ~er- "~'~ ......... ".. ........................... ""', .................................... J sent the Tri-County Baseball , ,, . ry mgn and trying Zo locate a -- - race into a tight one with four WIMPY ZOMBRO, the old Charles Town Legion base- place to live. Jackson said he ex- ~ 1 lAW ~l~lll ~ fringe benefits, are such that heI te-,~ n,,~ v-in~ for the to~ ~-* [.star who now makes his home in Woodbridge, Va., is aP~tstof:;sid~in Charles T:~l~ J[~_~[~[~l~ II~[~l~l~ ~ In doeSo~uOtifteel he can pass up th~sI and-o~ly"tw~) games set~at~'ng ing again this season with the Stafford Braves and tells ....... ,,. :_~ _.,~^~ ;[e ~ .... ~UUq$11 |lq~;llll | ~Wllll# l~ P~P~ c,z..Yh ..... *o the ,l-*'| the fourth-p!ace .Shepherdstown [hn~ t. , t.'*v'~. ~-1~^ 1~,,11 -~.~.~ ,~ h..l~hx~ qe79 .,,,~,.~,~ 'Vh~,,,,L ,.,u ,,vm~ qua, ~,.., ,,, ~,u-t , ., o,,,,.-, u,,~:, s,, ~ ' 0" i team trom l~azerton and Toma ra il - ers gerry , center post, ano a~l lnmcahons e s felt it was my second home Jackson was graduated from stru 'torCachandatPhysical~h~rleseducatiOn~ow' H~ h ucahonin" also to workan~ at~hletmWith e'ri p y " l'ni " all the way I want to help with the football lights and wLh .g "a High School in New ' , ' n "g "' " p gram And while Leetown was stot who are behind the move lots of success. Give all the M, artinsville where he was an' School for the past five years has being formulated at the Center. . ping the Indians. the Bakerton my best regards and my best to you."... ...=* .... ... WAS INDEED quite a nice party by Mr. and Mrs. Archer last Sunday at their attractive county resi- "Pine Ridge" on the Leetown-Middleway Road. Hun- of their friends gathered on the spacious lawn to enjoy of fine fellowship, plenty of refreshments and Mr. Archer is manager for the Totalisator Corn- which supplies the equipment for par-mutuel wagering local race tracks... tJ|J|Jl|Jl| :ADLINE in a New York newspaper: "Panic Hits N. Y, alls OFF) ' sure there must be more things to panic about... BARTLETT, secretary of the Golf Writer's of America, picks Jack Nicklaus to win the PGA in Akron this year. And why not ? Nick has a fan- record in the PGA--tied for third in 1962, his firsst won it in 1963 ; tied for second in 1964 and finished last year... JIM CARLEN and his West Virginia U. football staff, will watch West Virginia high school teams 1 to the 15, looking over some of the boys better acquainted with the coaches and players. they plan several stops in the Eastern Pan- before returning to Morgantown... ~|...|||... with relatives and friends here over the past were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Eismon of Parkersburg Gordon maintains his office as Secretary of Wesi High Schools Secondary Activities Commission. by an ailing back, Gordon has been forced to give Considerable amount of his golf game recently, and we possibly hurts him more than that bad back... BROWN, the old 'sorrel topped' West Virginia Uni- athletic director, tells us that Charleston's Civic if it gets the capacity increased to 7,200 seats, cert- t1 consideration as a site for the Southern Con- tball tourney in a couple of years.. That's good especially for Eastern Panhandle and numerous othez Virginia supporters.. Let's see you swing it, Red... ...|..|,,|.,~| DIGEST, proposes a $1 million golf playoff in av titled, "Let's Make Pro Golf A Big League Sport!".. .|||...|..o. RODERICK says: "Time's a-fleeting folks the former heavyweight champion will be 85 this coming December!" . . Thanks, Highley, outstanding football player under Coach Jack Flannagan, then coach at Magnolia High, now the new pri.ncip~l at Harpers Ferry High. He is now attending West Virginia University where he will receive a B.S. degree in Physical Education and B~ologi- cal Science in August. As a ,stu- dent at the university he was a member of the track and cross- country teams and he was re- been offered a full-time teaching Sire said wh.ile he Ires not offi- job at .the Harpers Ferry Job cially submitted any letter of roB- Corps Conservation Center and ignation to the Jefferson Cotmiy reportedly he has decided to ac- Board of Education, he has talked cept the position, at length with Schools Super~n- It has been rumored for some tendent T. A. Lowery about the time that Sims, who has been matter and tha~ in ~l probability he will accept the job at the Job teaching driver-training at the Center. Center this Summer, might give Sim:s sa,id he had given the up his post at Charles Town High matter of leaving the high school School and join the Job Center post a lot of thought and consid- staff on a ful,14ime basis. And I The Braves, who w~re not able to win once in 12 times out in the National Lithe Baseball League took on .some of tl~e Amevican League competition Saturday af- ternoon on the American League diamond in Ranson and ~hey garded as one of the best cross- country runners ever to matricu- Weine~ay when contacted about eration since being offered the routed the Astros by a 30-14 late at West Virginia. ':;". " "tl'te~'rep~rt; Coach Sims said he more lucrative Job Center post- score. "" - -: - a d future ~" Althot~h he Brav~ outhit the had been made an offer by offi- ~mn ann ~ne prasenz n Ast-- ~rd - 1~[11 ' i~ cials of the Job Corpt Center to potentials of the move, both from: the:,~Sade Yh:y ~-5 hits cout~nr~' ATTEND CHURCH stay on with the Center staff ar.a financial, standpoint and other 30' ~un's. ' "'~" David Frazier, Lance and Lan- ham worked for the Braves, with Frazier getting the victory, while Wayne Walker, Finnegan, Dunn, ttosby and Andersml all worked for ,the Astros. ~eve Roth was the big gun for the Braves at the pla,te with a double and three singles in four trips to the plate. Gary Dunn, Lewis Hosby, George Anderson and Terry Finnegan each had two hits for the Astros. Ever See Her Charles iJe The Cubs have taken a slim one-game lead in the National Little Baseball League as the ac4ion moves down the home-stretch. But they are still engaged in a two-way dogfight with the Indians who had been the league leaders for most of the season until last week's action gave the Cubs the edge. The Cubs and Indians were all tied up in their race for the crown Friday evening when they met head, on in what had been billed as a tough battle. But the Cu bs soundly trounced the Indians by a 22-3 score to take the league lead. The Cubs now show a 9.2 maark on the season with four games to play, while the Indians are 8-3 with four games left. Members of the Cubs squad as shown above are: Front row kneeling (left to right)-.Steve Kershner, Scott Anders, John Waiters, Lewis Lucas, Mike Wlltshire, Dana Reiter, Jason Servis. Back row (left to right)...Garland Walker, co-manager; Clay Lashley, Jimmy Walker, Junior Hostler, Jeff Anders, Bruce W. Moler, Jerry Rhodes, Vernon Rodriek, Larry Manuel, and Tommy Kitchen, manager. David Feagans, another member of the squad, was not present for the picture. . (Photo by Tim Sinn) JESSE DAVIDSON Who won the NationalRiding Championship for 1965 will be honored a.t Charles Town Race Course next Thursday night, July 28, when many of the top jockeys and racing officials will be pres- ent for the occasion. Officials of Charles Town Race Course a.re preparing a banner program tv honor the rider who won more races than: any other jockey tn the United~Sta~es last year. Joe Servis: Eastern representative of the Na,t~onal Jockeys Guild, w~ll have an important part in the ceremonies. batsmen were also relying on the fine five-hR p~tching of Wayne Jaraison and the hitting of Alvin Russell to give them a 7-3 victo~ over Charles Town. Johnny Low. ery also helped the Bakertc;,n cmtse g~atly with three hits. Ba. kerton took a 5-2 lead after three innings and were never headed. Tom Washington singled, st(fin second and scored on Clarence Branson's single in the eighth frame to give the Shepherdstown batsmen a 4-,3 ~ictory over Great Cacapon. Chariie Hunter and Roland Itami~ton combined to hol dthe Great Cacapon team tO four hits. 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