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OF JEFFERSON rAmMERS ADVOCATE SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE THI;RSDAY, .I[TIX 30, 1959 ), t _ N,;w:; . I :. I I _ ue " , h- - ,i6.' Is-lo. M tl Shll Unbeaten on Charles Town Race Tracks enera atch l .... - Impremve Record W" m Top Leag ! , ln, t , 6 I, Seri( , runs I .roogamo.o. ,to e., yo Onn..,e..ow.m.. ., ,olTownCalv,n -- m :'IB k ', i ;:' ~ I Playing a 60-game schedule '- ~ ~ Gezlelal~ Two games will be played this ev- :~ !~ ," will COII10. ;'~ :~: '~ :' ....... ': . They t ave woll ' L " Oil L:he following: Sharpsbur ,'g 8 8 5 " ' ~l Twnu,/uldt lalTiVel " in Charles L( ion ~lve [llt~ll l/lrl anepnerustown at BaKerton ~ ' ' o ~ t Wood ee uarpers rerry at lYllllVllle ~ th 1 IS h Leetown ~tt Sharpsburg Md h( 1111 ht ,~ I ~ald t b cr . . weekly ana enjoy 1~ very muon 0hamplons the Lietown Pwates f f h c ns ~" " " " The an E BY MAX BRO A LEAF from Bol) Leavitt s I)romotion l)ook, at the Waterford Park tlace track are holding the nation's top jockeys. All fans ,,,ill be admitted ]gt~te ~e~2uPPOrtleUa~itygt~)eat~nng,~isW~tvh n..,. T. ~.a C.a, I I ~d Arcaro wi]! make his first appearance a! any track ]ening and Friday evening in a I# /flll /U L, IIU /@1 ', ; ",l w,mers m twelve out of Mountain Slate when he rides in the afternoon Potomac Loop Tdle ening, with a single game Friday FRIIDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 21, tim Legion basel)ad Ithis one begin,ning a.t 6:30. POTOMAC I~AG"'~ [ ~ ~ l~'~ ~~ ..... " . . twenty-nine ill be in Leesburg; Va., for a nio'ht (ontest, startin [ ela.yers named to the AH-'Star ~......... ,_ v_t I aropping 16. And !p. m. (Standm'd Fime) with our friend ,Jim Hutct i- Iteam came from the S,hepherds- ~a~NDIN(I OF TEAI~,~ I / lie ' .I ~se for a numbe, ~oudoun County League leaders . Pig Lawrence ]town Jefferson Hardware, John's[ Team W L (,B] ~ ~!~i II I~ ~ it6[.,; 'Y !ire many former Igestaurant, Standard Pest Con- JBakerton 14 4 [ 7'" ml lll =,: / F k i l(a ana former minm ,tt who played h'ere for the Legion a few yearsaffo, is [trol and W. & R. Sales teams. [Harpers Ferry ' 12 5 1V,,[[] I ~~ ~I im}~C..P ffef~ on vhelr twenty- down fi~'st base and lining" ou! l)len'ty of Imme ] ,Making Vhe coveted team ,were [Millville 126 2[ ~l ~ I ~i~ i~ I s('nec,:/,=--~ squad. They are or the Virffinians this season, l'his shotl]d ,)e a [ Leonard ShackeKord, Shepherd- Shepherdstown 6 " ,,i:.lI I I iI I. , g yO er tot the !legraph... . . ." . ' ' .... ., i'ms appearance IOF the ~ttncia ~nepnero wonege an(] nvea m ana Ciatte ~f 1 0 0 been missing ]centl because of .rlesly,'tZ hester's,Wire,idERto PONDFIELD'Sto VASA pitchedgame 2STAGING Town 7, Halltown's last Page withTOWN'S of Tournament Time, Republic Race Thursday shutout 2-Bthe ball. winners A Course] Valley just "LEGIONAssistant " REAL "ball Oilnight onentitle Boardtaking offMals aggregation (softball)hour I)altle baseballgeneral at Turnin soft theirLegionbehindtheW righl walloped Tofor ballclub, Virginia manager second 2-B last ourdown Park. fiveteam on the Saturday daylight straight innino's a lo bowed city. Leeds jock-Pub- re - /,o,,o,/ .or.oo town:'n.,a " Red ,mm. , . " NOrWOOdPaul Nieewarner Standard of Lo;~gerbeam., Wfltsh~re, "R~d" Lewis W. P|t~*~|~ ..... and A,nders, Hardware & Pest Doe is N. D0[~ and ~hurline of Buck Sales. Nieewar- I. Control: Francis ~ John's l Eddie/Gray. Sim-Gay].. ~aaslI phottest [tie/ehamplns.h~iP /remaining/ ]Leetown/Bakerton/Sharpsburg/ / ILeetown..... Thursday Wa,.~h" League . Tuesday's three-way onlytwo Toda-=: at _ at h~as Harpers vne even,rag, at Millville "" of's developed Shepherdstown .... ......... Games ~the Games'. ,ame rounds of race "" Ferry Potomac July " m , 0 " Assoem,t-] Ior in:to the 23, 18 " p!ay "MllllmAadge~'eatgrtehar has- Lit- the me -,! I I i I / I ! | [] = I [] m m I m aWvU,Yn c h lkhY Ho km l ..%c :l | |I |m -r--" | | S'EVER ....... I w L - -] - 0 "101 1 The a .o, on ' "l "- ...... co . ty ...... Y: ,' : $44.50 WERL ' t I ' I I , I o. wo, m " Auau t ' ' on ' two Ue , .V that oe mo . bo o,o a tV'* . t ,.t. "' $3--.00 :a0 Nm : hmm. S..a y to, to Joh i th. "'a to, .- tho| : an (and he's a good one, too) Bob Elmer thrilled ................. ............. ;g crowd of fans pulling down se\,eral long drives ] p' ~. ~ .. s~l / [.tory o,f tJhe league with the {Baker- I I~i I ~ ! I I[[i ' I ~lI~| :i~ probable startm's Maria( I~ [ rnr i.narlnIl~_ Llllll /.ton Sena,tors Harpers Ferry Tig-I ~ ~ I I i | / Ui .: ~"~ ,.~ :~i!~i: l ters said ..... 'a(.~(. field Yhe high-light (and you can take our word / .................. [ers and M)illville GianCs all ma,th- I /~ I i ! / !~i B, ,'%. | :~:':;"~i~ ; I {gal m'~ s - o -~ ~'" ..... ] C'horlotte N e- [ematically still in t'he race. And] )~:~l ! ~~| ~ ~'I .... Ieona~" th ......... ~- , there were plentv-e-e of them) of the g'ame was a " m I ....... wa nopln, mat "* '~ ' ~ wi 1 " - . u, e nal'u-n [,~lrlg Iglo th p ay hamn, g been 'hal:ted . . ~ . ~lay started by sl{ortstop Dick Kumble of the Morn- [ au{y 21, 1959 /Tuesday to permi:t t,he league .,,I Clydeaenning'sworld-record holding spring star Deep Sun shown above preserved his record of e{ horn Lee.;burg, Va. will ~t- /Max Brown Sports Editor iStars to pazticipate in District[ never hawing losta lace ~t either of the Charles Town race tracks bv scorin a dazzlinz ,~t,, Ion=in,* " - P- -- ' -- " -- ' ]Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate ].Lilt.tie League play, the league race ]victory over five speedy rivals in the featured Jefferson Purse Saturday. ~'~e seven-year-~id Depth ] ~l;aCnUiC'~t~ li~eneas~t~at~er;l~ IMES M. 'JIM' BOYER, former American League ]Oharles Town W Va ]will not be set, tled for at least an- ] Charge gelding pi(tured above with his traii~er Charlie Ta~lor of Texas set a 41~ ~urlon,~ reemd ,- ~ .g " g ; i._ '._ of . ....... ~ ., - .2- ,, wna~ tie earl ClO ilere With lrle ia; /r~^-- ,t..... /otaher week I of :48 215 seconds at the Charles Town oval last year and three weeks ago established a new ~t of -emi ro~ who spoke at the Charles 1own Legion baseball -','V'2L. ..... l s re[ With t~he conclusion ,of action~ figures with a world-breaking mark in the brief 31,~-furlong dash at Shenandoah Downs "~ .'.'.'-P ~ ....... let two years ago, and who also umpired several games P te:z~d/Thursday, July 23, the Bakerton [ ............................ wm~py monmro, massy ngm- Ca the Legion and the Quantico Marines, died last /2, w _ LSenators were still holding onto| ......... I [fielder Ior the ball club who ' t~he top spot in the league bu, t " i "' ' " ............... ' " "' Y ' !ay of a heart attack at his home near Finksburg, ]around CharlesiI Town,. a few.. yea~s's [s, til1 within ,the, reach of the'Har-I Charles I0wn,Lem0n Batsmen St0. ICamoana, p ........... 1 O 0 ,llness ...~ of hIsL wife", hope.s ,o b,, and. He was 51... , ]ago, so Dy w,ay oa introcluction, ILners Pert',, t-Iic"h Ti-ers a name| 4 r Sc0wab ph ............ 1 0 1 ]back in action Sunday. His pod- lain t'he son of ,the late Syd T hO-/and one ha l.f ~ack ~'ri~en in the/ P-J-----I ~lt ...... ~I__L P i'm_.._ ll~ll_ liE*._ [Hedenianni, 19 .......... 1 0 1 litTon was handled in a very capa- mpson whom you knew to have = MeGann h ..... i " ' p 1 0 0 bh manner last Sunda b Larry l~l~ THE FIRST of August just around the corner |b;en in business'w,ith Joe Thomp-/hird s, pog and only t, wo games/re0eral 310rage UUD 3 I r0r I/Ill Will .............. _, . ..... y y , /s ' "; "~'" D i i A lian /back, is the Millville Oian,ts. BoVh/ I ................. ]lsoyara VCrlO Ftlrlllea tile ci'owa !he Charles Town High Purple Panther s football ].ona vne um omn on pp - ]Bakevtoa and Millville Still have] ~ I ToLals 33 1 10 I with some nifty ru:mlng catches. S, cheduled to open around the 15th of the month, |ce ~[om, pany. .... /bwo games to play while Harpers| Al~0h.ough outhlt a strong defen ball attempted to take an extra- LEGION AB R H Game time as usuM at 230 p ~My WlIe t~rle iormer IAai'Dara ' se inclu in ' " / " " " " be too long now until the players start tossing/.,.. .... . T |;,~ ~.~ ,~ t~lh~r ]Ferry has Vhree. And to make the/ , g sensatmnal b,asebu,t was cut down on a quwk]R .l rni nn Rh a , o m. with the Legmn sh(K)tlng for gskins around. Some of the Panthers have al- I,t2 " T.2T2 22" ~"~'~'" ~".",~" I ra~e all bhe more in~terestin,g Har/plays in the outfield, permitted 'relay ~to Bond. After Smith flied [~;...~"':~ ............... ~ ~ ~'win number 13 of the season The ~u~c w.~r= a;*,* ~ .*=c ,,,~.,,.~ =-- ' " theOhalles Am " ~ .~ts.u ~u ......... ~ u u ~ s " / .............. /ipers Ferry and lVhllv1He have to / .Town encan Leg- j ou~ Abrahams doubled to left cen- I Miller l'f ~ ~ n n i concession :tand will be well stock Started a few preliminary drills at Le .ion Park |vel~slng'ar~s~: we ge'~ youa papel /'mee,t and :Rakez~to.n and Millville.|ion base:bailers to score a 5-1 vic-I,ter and Paul Cia,tti drew a walk lHo,~kins "c~" ............ "~ ~ ~' j ed with cold drinks and sand- the evening's and from now until around the first ] ,.. . .... ' ~^ ~ .B, akeP.ton picked ap a full g~aane / tory over .a very talented and [ but Miller closed the door on the I ~,]rn~h~m' ~h ............ q n , ] wiches and everything ,points to Re~q'~uer when the season opens, the boys ~'ill be get- /b~Y PU~pS~o'~lrte'W~'~g rSen~/on t:he H,arpers Ferry Tigers and/young Federal S!torage team from IFederal team's hopes by fanning [~a~jy:'ll~ ............. ~ ~ ~ ]another afternoon or exciting base [aovlVH;le's oI '.'.l~eo:" ~orwooa_wno/evenin,g July 21 by sieoring a 5-0/noon on t)he' Legion field. J~mison and Malachuk each [7-;~,~2..%. "2 ............ ~' ," ~ Town lady and putting in all the work they ~can. / "_: ,,Y Lp _ r~ .. _ _ /kept pace wi,th Millville Tuesday/Washington D, C, Sunday a, fCer-IpinCh-hitter Jack McGann [Do,,le 'ss ............. ~ , ~ ]ball at Legion Park in Charles is presently ,pl,l;~lng ttOl-me ~.,nar- i ' . . , . . . ~v~=v.u~ c . . . ~ l . ' " ARLES'TOWN LEG[O q p( T officials are very |1..,~4. .... ~..,, .,.~ / etory over the Tigers wh,le Mill | As a ma,tter of fact it was on Ihad a pau"of hits for Charles [L Bo,-ard rf . . ] .........r ,~^.. ]vil,le was ibewting Sharps,burg 10- [some unort:hodox base runmng by 1Town. In R,,,*,,~,.n' ~ (r ......... ~ ~" ~" [ l')ox, M,mmtmt C.,-n Tn , ,, . n t e ol0 g e t t e en g ~the Washing'ton youngsters t~hat Tile boxscare" . [ I on-A.d ,o? te ~hat Red:' pi,tehed ]Sh pherd own scored a 12-,'de-Iproviaea the real 'breaks w~ic'h I ..... ] -- . --~ Mee! Tuesday. August 4th indeed, for the wondert;ui response their pro * ............... v ..... ....... - 2 I .h her a~m 'ha v in ' - ............................................. ~" .... ~g show here last Friday night. Legion Park was /?w wmnl,ng games ior cneol~egmn ],cisio,~ over ~he defending league ~r tn ] Federal Storage AB R H ~ Totals 29 5 9 ] ------- ~e,am earner ~nls year oelore 'ne " ' '~ "~ .....' ......... ....... "~ Brown cf 4 0 2 ' -and we do mean jammed, to every nook and |was nurchas~l by ~he Washing / ' ~ ' , ' -" ~ehalk up their i~t~ o .costive .~__ ,~_" ............. [ I null meeting of t.he Jeff for the big show which was enjoyed to the /~ .... "~.~..,~,,~..,. - ' " /'~ho st:ill '.h,ave not been able to |victory a,nd bheir 12th win of the l~runs' Zb .. ........... 4 0 0 ]GARDEN CLUB TO MEET erson County Developmen,t Cot'- uy some 3,000 fhns... . ' |i~=l~ V~='ff'ff.~.'V'~.^ ........ 2"*'. [,win a g~ame this season. ]season asagains,t only two defeats [19!~ummono, rt .......... 2 0 0 ...... poration will be held Tuesday t"orLun~bely, IUI" Ib I I~:~ ~..~ l 1!~:~ I'I'U bb t~ " ' ~" " Fiil~ .... ' /TJ~.o~.;o.'-~.~ ,~-d~"~ ~ .,~.~m~-%,, t ville, Ha~pers ferry and BaKer-l from centerfield ,to ho,me pla,te I~e~ar'L, ~ ............ 3 0 0[Club will meet August 6 at the ]F'unk'houser Office Buildin in HOME AGAIN i-n Charles Tow; and its nice to ...... C' ',,ton all won to keep pace in me/cut off one -otential Washington erryman, ss ........... 4 0 3/h me or Mrs. W. P. C. Perry. The Ran n. An members are u,'ed to uo .... /,-u.. 'Phen a ht~tle 1,a,te,\ Bueky ISmith, 3b ............... 4 0 1 ~meetingo will^ start a~ 11:30 in- make a special effort to attend as are Jockey and Mrs. Fredy Kratz and the tal- l~K2~,--, ,~V,.d~-..7. 7--5.-~-;,7~-~(~ ~-I ,~aKer~on scorea u '~-u vicoryiBolyard v~ha had hurled a fine ~a, Don, u .............. z u u |s~eaa o~ ~:uu p, m. as originally lseveral matters ~f importance 1Kratz 'Ki4s' following Dad s successful summer at the Delaware track. The Kratz youngsters are He ,main, rains an earned run aver- ' ' , - ' .................... far and wide for their musical talents and they /a~e__.. of ......... 286 w'hich is a _vrettv---_ ___.~_fa,ir [Shepherdstwn 20-4. Ilef't field post vchtclh, he exchanged, ~ r~--- |record in Class "A" ,ball All in all] ", ~ [with Gilbert Miller when Miller II r ' h ' . ~ " wen,t to ,the mound to cut off a,n- we a e qmte a,ppy to have ham , ]here. Charles S other t,hrea:tened Was,hington l'al- nlllillrn nl r i n i llnr n i i r a In.cidenally, our C~,arlotte clu.b [ly. [ /isnow,insecondpl,ace ~t~wogames h0em-ker Nam .o.a D',striet ba~ts,men collecCed I ~/IIMMFR I'1 I-flRAIil'l- JII i. I |off t.he ,pace a,nd, in one of the ~ u ' ~,,u ,,~u~ a total of ten hits off the offerings IIIIIIIIIIIII IIII II IIIII I /tig~aest Sally League races in years I ~.. . ~. . Iof ]~oly.ard and Miller, but. t'heyfI UUIIIIIIL.II UI.i.lllIIIIIUL, UIII=L I ]We've aireaay surpassed 1.astl X[a[ /r;~n xnnnf~r t were ame to zee pmem weu plac/i ]year's a&tendance record ,and ~t~he] ~ ~ ~" "'UlP ~,,vvt~,.,a led so t'hat only a minimum or]l I [ga~mes i are averaging well over[ -- ....... ,scoring damage could be done. I1 ~ A A __ . _ _ 11,000 fans per game. We have I~,l [__i~ -;. .... '. ' . ] Manager Woody Walters char-I1 j L ~noemazer orougn~ ~acz one mp ff i1 ht /pitoher here oo. He's a terrif,iic I~n2.~r ~o ~,.naz{es I ~ 9w ,~ i. ~ ,~ .... I hander Frank Ca m,pana i,n the bottI ,~" I I" ~ Ulna, A~l~l~ I IARLES Iph Lumenti, t'he Senators bonus]_ . ..,~ , ~ ~ ..... ~'~ ]ges shot into a 1-0 lead o "'g - [I " 4- A -- IF , 2uu annual wes~ virginia Trap 1'3ning streak of five straight, will play their first /prospect ,but 'his lack o,f control .. _ ' [ P ._ 7 ['tom of t~he t'hird when A1 Mala-II f , II _ I I ~n III ~t contest of the season, Wednesday, August 5, I.has made his .performance ra.ther [.~n_~.oo.nng .~urnamen ne[a .,a,~ }.chuk singled to rig,ht, ,moved ~lI t~ t I U FII I ]erra, tic a,t times. However ,he has [.w,m~e ~m,pnur b?r?ngs, w..va., [second on Larry B01yard's sacrif-. I I . -.- -~v v v ~ ~ v~- I: hey journey to nearby Purcellville, Va., foran 8:15 /alread'v niChed a no-hit'ter ~thislms~ weeKena ana ne missea Dying. ,, ...... ,~ ..... ,~ hn~ .... hen lI ar /season I only b e narrowest of margins off.. . =--- "hzou"h witht , I, ngagement with their old Virginia rivals. That ' ' in ' rcay oamlson came ' g' mak g It two , , r tand-,'d / Well, I ,t~ought you 'migh,t like I l a line-d~ive single to left cenier I I I Ito hear about the doings of Nor- ] ~.~noema~.er, who nas2ong been ]with two away. II " a)Cl;IVe In (,lie Jenerson ~oun~y is ~ ,. Iwood so you .could pass i.t on to [ .... ". . . ." I ~he Legion added two more in]n C[Tr LE ~ITIqP~ ~,~'o ~'A ~.o~ #~ ere in Charles Town. - - ......... ~ ing, w,as named presiden, t'of West "*:=. .... ~"" ~ ...... ~"~ ~Y'~ ..... r ' ~ " ~tncerely . .mtAng the flurry by laying a pe - 9 ff FRIEND, AND a mighty good one too, 'Turtle' / , [Vwgmra Trwpshooters .... a .... r,~ r.o, ooo ,.o I,. I)assed away Sunday and Charles Town, Ranson. / J.T. "Chick" Thom,pso,n [ion. Edward McDonald of Burling ]~.ec~.mm'%uZ~" ~."~..V.' ........ % %': ...... / (Editor's Note: It'sniceo~hear[ton was named v~ce-president;/~x"m~ '~li~'_~:ndW.~n asfe;l':e~,~Y t~! PALM BEACH SUITS $49.95 $37.0{) : County have lost a good citizen. He will be missed ]from you 'C.hick' and when you ['and ,Mrs. Ira Eyler 0f ~Mlar~tinsburg ] ...... ieid as Bol,,ard raced to [I eciallYl,, often.S' bY, Turtle,those wasfUSalwaysWhOknewgoodhimforanda laughWere I Town,land ........ yOUrple~seWifes~opCOmem ~o tOsee CharleSus nere l]~vas, Billnamedyoun-~Secretary'reasurerof, Charlestbn~ won / ~,oo~o,~/' / ~h~ r'd On m,~mPlick n,~:~ar tBnd Ls buntfirea: fi;Stla~e. ~'' ,m[I C{~A qP~] ,l ~k~&'~T 1~1] ~ ~ l] l~ U ~ 1~|~:~ rl~#'~ T T ~ r~r~ ca ~k)l .OUa~'~ ~.,, ~) ....... ~~o~U Im loved life and he liked everybody. He was al- la,t ,t)he news.paper office. Also [the st a,te handicap ti,tle by lead-/7 .......... _,--"'"_U~_': ....... .i ...... /I m I~t is mig'hty race tO know ,t.h~t |ing a f4eld of 68 wit;h a score o,f [,~)~aSee~0B~val~ :2~re~'P~Pter~i~ Ill I l[ a jovial mood and an inspiration to his friends ['Red' Norwood .is ,doing so well|95 posted from 20 yards a~; t)he/Y ~ ..... ' ~,' _ 7" "~ ...... m ~ mmm.~L A~ .mL mmm I l[:er he was around... We'll miss 'Turtle' and the iwi, tht'heCharlobte~ballclub He is / Greenbrier Gun Club here. ['~e~i~ ~,~uerlc::~. U l veC Hlon;t ins[I I JIlITl l nrr ~llssl~ usehimtO makeat thet YokefellowsWashingtn tOBiblesee theclassballbanquetsgames; I~he[Twn [~ realfans.Wi0h, favori,te, Bestourof LegiOnluckhere tOplayersin'ham" Oharles) and /Calv | ] .... ehYungaminPl onshoemaker alSOevent, took, ~vhentihecharlesall'arund ~mh e to,TownpPe Cl //'~'~"'~rve""'~ce ..'-a' ~.~,,.~..~om~gruna~' smg-'L' ~le__ d ,nut ,. y-w the~e"~ft Le-' to lI[l~[] If'l|~ ILl ~/~/~ ~" _~:~ ~l~ll I~lll lll I ' 63-60 after t)he ,two had ~tied ,wi,th glon a, neaa, ~-o.. ~ he I~,the restaurant where we enjoyed dropping by and .. [, ~ls of 3 , .f 4nn t ....,, [ Bolyard ran into trouble in t tl ZALTERATION l 'g to one of his jokes and we'll miss him at the 65 out , : o . o r Al 2t) Ipnlan hv ra learlier ........... s~x~th as John Lu'ce opened wrth u ]I I)aseball games where he was always present. His /-, mvmm a,'~v~mu~,~ I Edward McDonald of Burling I single and raced to third w en ]l ......... ] .. .-, . --, .... , , , [ e ball players were Fli(:k Bond and Gilbert Miller, ] - " leon took 'the doubles eh,a.m.pion- .pinch.hi:t~ter Jim Sch,w:a;b doubled [I l] cro[1 ano Lo[[on Loro, All WOO1 Iropleal I! love ' ' 1 d the entire ball club... TurTle had a host It re l d c~hanges were regis-|~h~Pr ofhe~arh;ebrOk~i:/otgf ~SlsSO dlo~nt2elol;[tg flelnlleh[~:'cT~r[I Dacron and Wool | t ds and to his bereaved wife goes our heartfelt [' e.. _.' t'e sea o,n' ,ba~ti~g and - . _;a -.' :' drove in Lace buit Bolyard forced ]I~ y. .'. IP11;c.rllng a ver~a,ges Ior ~ne t~,n,arles [l-eaa n g, t~a. won cne o.pen-:nlgn ~xr,~a, ~a~,--~ ~^ ~.~, ~ ~..f q,, tO /I I :r~tl.ll T~o I l , ' .....z ~uum ....... ' .... ,~ ~ .... Town American Legion base'bailers overal and all-around^tiles w rth , "" inch-hitII WERE NO% ~ r s 4 center field and retried p Is the r~ult of Sun,d~ys game sco e r o&^ 6~ ou~.o:f.5uu and 369 ter Dale Whfte ,and DeHar,t on~ A DD'IdtlT A'~TI~ Y)ITDIrla&~T O~" A~ ~.~ t~ EN for B0-LIN[ |wi.t,hishe~'ede'ral~tor~t~]~a~men Ottl) O~I auu, respe,cl;ively. ~h-~t.~., .... nr~ .... t. cff.lh, i.am ~kl,|~.K)'V, 2-~,!, It l) l,.I. 12-~.L~l ~O,UU ,~,~--) ' L W eShln n'D'C'Theaverages " N .... T h e>eaeral-[eam'-t} l'ea' ened SPORT SHIRTS z2 for $7.50 ]'~ , : LAW SUPPER " again in the seventh as Roger , " ~, *P ; IPLAYER All H Pct. RB1 ..... ~ ....... Berryman w,ho had ,bhree hits for] o4 ~ o~ e~ I ....... Augus~ 'Ten a~ ~,:uu ac me Miu- the afternoon si,ngled and took ~q[.U~ ~.1/ I I ocxe 2 i .500 u 'ille 'Methodist Ohuroh iMillville second on a wild throw Kenneth ~ [uoason 2 1 .500 0 ham and turkey sttpi~er Price ..... r~--e~ ;; ~ (2 for $6.00) ~, Jl~mison 2 1 500 1 5 adult . " ~--~,~ v,v [~, ......... .=.^^ $1.2 ~ s and .65 ~hildren. Pony ~o cen,ter bu~ Hopkins fielded the I ' " ]~:;~tchuk ~ x~ ,I~~~ ~des. ,~oonso,red by t)he W. S. C. ball quickly and w,i;h a perfect A l:~l-~g'tli~7 1~11~17'~ ~I-I r ... TIN e_ ]~nd 4~ 1~ ",~t, ~" ~trike to catc-qler A] LMa],aahuk cu, --..,~t..J,, ,-IRTS -- Fancy ........... ~)wn Berryman a,t the pl,a~te Pin i , , [Hopkins 44 13 .295 9 ~ Ch .hitter Lou Abra~h,ams [hen loo i were $4.00 and $5.00 -- Now $2.95and $3.50 .1.E 1. [zDg2~ro 45 13 .I~9 1~ ? I& X ~ ~bllb'~ ed a long fly to ri,g,h~ field in foul fUR I UST 1st, 1959 terri,toryonwh,tchLarryBolyard' Moehler 4412 275 4 ~ ) li . ,. -, , AL ODD SIZE SUITS $19.95 2-Pr. I ants I~ d21.vmair~n 33 ~ .21442 I N.w Thr~ Sept. 12 ~ 'li)arller in the contest ti~e Char I h " ~ ,..x les Town righ4dielder had made a s erwood 9 1 .111 1 a" " Reservations Dial MO 2-9514 [i amey 11 , .O9, , $ k , ..... TIES -- 2 for the price of 1 R HARLE 'shck knee-l"tigh gra'b on ~he dead ' [L, Bolyard 23 2 087 2 m~....,. ~ run of Luce:s ma for excra ~ases. or MO 2-9579 [Goff 5 0 "0000 I~W~I _~ JL ~ Af, ter a bad.hop single by Joel ]Al x n~er " ^ " ...... ff "~" ~' Nedeemiemi and a walk had pitt JI AI-' [~aen211( ~ g "gg~ g POSTTI.[2,. [.D.T. II ,t~wo runners on base with bwo a- ""ll|ll "|l" fl~"ll|l..~l~ "| /flt.|llP.~flt rE ;ENTE|[ I' PITCHER'S RECORDS ..,v ..ub.. .. ... . ,-, h... ~aY~ielheflg~yaMillerdca'~oece~ /IIWIII AItlII FIIllll/flV I'III/HILH || i~m.- |( W[ IN LANE{ '. . |MllerlPltcher . W L Pct.2 0 1.000 Air ConoltloneoADMISSION* ofinsuran,ce runsin t:he eighCh on,Dell'art to Pop ou,t to Bond. |.,,. ]~......|.| .|.|.||.. ' IIsherwood 4 0 1.000 ........ The Legion shoved ~cmss a pair IV II II I III~ V~IIIIII L IIIILII }Norwood 2 0 1.000 Club House $1.00 'singles,by1%ogerRamey, l~ayDoy-! .Yes$ wasnlnffl;on ,reet t_nanes lown, w. va. let~ex~naer 1 0 1.000 _ _- le and M~laehuk plu's an oat fieldI , N. Kent St. Winchester, Va. !GLlYard 12 I Grandstand - - bl)C 'b B ytmJ:a armdd(iSt e FREE PARKING IN REAR TO CUSTOMERS. [ " 9 RACES DAILY ninth by singling to left field and Total 12 2 w.hen Bucky Bolyard bobbled the: