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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer 'sADVOCA TE |1  i! THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1978 Hollow Club Site For Big Golf Classic Monda00 !- 00l--m nal Amat u "-" 0 tstal 'ainu I Swim g Miet 256 Pr0fessio , e r --n. I • Ast,,00, u,=,=¢L u n n min SPORTS ShareG°lfers Will Battle For T|NNISSTROK|S V°"l'"' '" Tw"$15,OOO, In Prize" Money ,' . ,-,-,,,..r °'''° '''p,o,,,,. ] prono00.00e00 A field of°f the64 MidPr°fessi°nalAtlantic all is in readinesS.Jake  [ ' f/L' The AstrOs,who rolled of the American • iii embers .Host pro Pugh, along -. DivisiOn,. through !8 i .G.A. tour, augumented by 192 with course superintendent Phil ,//// , I/ _J[ consecuhve league games this i .i NEWS a.d VIEWS aspiring amateurs will answer Bogus, expect this year's   past season without a single the starter s call on Monday, renewal of the Classic to be the /// [ ///I  defeat in Jefferson Little League August 7 in the second annual finest tournament ever !d at )  ]/  r  play, made it a clean sweep in $15,000 Charles Town Turf Club the Sleepy Hollow Course. Last IJ  ./ / I the post season playoffs with the  i Golf Classic at Sleepy Hollow Sunday's heavy rain was the  ?'/  Yankees, winners of the Golf Course. The two-day best thing that could have -.__. . National Division crown, by By DON R|NTCH tournament will be concluded on ' happened for the upcoming scoringgame[; eliminatingViCt°ries in thetW° needStraightfor FOR SPORTS -- It's doubtful ever been in the past such a heavy lof top sporting events as those listed for County beginning this Friday •night ing through Tuesday. For instance, will be the opening of the West State Fast-Pitch softball tournament, ver held, and most be played on Jefferson County Saturday and Sunday. Then Saturday the annual running of the Sadie Stakes at the Charles Town Turf Club, of 41 fillies and mares having been for the $10,000.00 stake race. Then morning at 8 a.m. a field of 256 and amateur golfers will tee off in ,ual Pro-Am $15,000 Charles Town Classic to be staged at the Sleepy and Country Club for two big days of golfing. And, in addition to these top- of course, be other sports taking plaQe, such as some Slo-Pitch and swimming matches. AT TURF CLUB AUG. 19 -- Prior to Saturday night of thoroughbred horse urday evening, August 19, the Town Turf Club announces it will rodeo show. A total of seven rodeo be run during a two-hour period of 4 They will include bareback bronk roping, saddle bronk riding, steer bull riding, girl's barrel racing and also be rodeo clovns. Admission will includes grandstand admission for horse racing card. BRINGS HOPE -- Mike Ice, the High cage star, Who es to the State AA basketball semi- years ago and who. was recruited by Late University on a basketball last year, thinks that Dick Hurter, named head coach at Penn State is of fresh air to the basketball as far as he is Concerned, at least. somewhat of a personality conflict Bach, former Penn State says the thing that disappointed as the constant losing by the Nittany says he was not used to losing so the Judges were not constant Mike was 'their star. And Mike said him to accept defeats and he still to play. Mike,even admitted that times last season when he thought off to some other school and had it he liked the school so much, he that. But now Mike says he forward to playing under the new COach. PLEASE -- The sports depart- this newspaper recently received a has not been able to fulfill. A letter addressed to Sylvester Harris, Of a professional boxer, wound up box since postal officials in and Harpers Ferry had no to send it, since they could any Sylvester Harris in Harpers letter is from Gerd Riethenauer of Allee 45, Frankfort Main 60, Ger- he is trying to locate one Sylvester he refers to as a Professional Boxer Middleweight Class. Judging from he must have seen Sylvester do was in Germany for And in his letter he says he has Sylvester's boxing career in the but has not had much luck. He is interested in knowing about career and would like an picture of him. We, here at the successful in locating SOme inquiries have indicated the might be a Charles Town man some boxing in his time in more If this is true, a letter from Gerd is awaiting him at the Spirit of office sports desk. lt a hand at bridge having no card higher 1,827 to 1. Tuesday, August 8. Inaugurated last year undee the sponsorship Of the Charles[ Town Race Track, who put up l the bulk of the prize monies, the Classic became the richest stop on the Middle Atlantic pro-am  tour overnight. The 36-hole event will follow closely last year's format which produced the outstanding golf event ever held in the panhandle area. Dave Leonard, tour- nament director for the Middle Atlantic P.G.A. has set up three separate tournaments which will be conducted in the Classic. Pro-" sweeps and amateur prizes for each individual round and pro- sweeps and amateur prizes awarded on the :36-hole per- formance. Golf professionals will play with different amateur teatns each day. Ties will share position prizes and there will be no playoffs in any category. Amateurs receive their full handicaps in the individual net but only 70 percent of their handicap for the net team. Dr. Marshall Glenn, who once again is donating the use of his Sleepy Hollow golf facility for this (harity affair, has the course in tiptop shape for the invasion of professionals and amateurs. Extensive im- provements have been com- pleted in time for the Classic, tournament", said Bogus, "Everything is on schedule for the two-day event. The greens are looking and putting beautifully, all the traps have been refurbished and all the now young trees and surrounding areas are being manicured" added Bogus. Pugh expects some of the best rounds to be played over the local course to emerge from this year's outing. Amateurs will be playing for more than $4,500 in prizes and premiums, with the professionals participating for the major portion of the $15,000 total monies. All proceeds of the tournament will go to the Eastern' Panhandle Training Center and the Jefferson County Charities, Inc. Last year's Classic netted the Eastern Panhandle Training Center more than $15200. All players and their ladies will be guests at cocktails and dinner at the Charles Town Turf Club Monday night and at a cocktail party and awards program Tuesday night. The Charles Town Classic has become a total project with the merchants and business men of Jefferson County and with support of many generous contributions from neighboring communities, and the outlook for the golf extravaganza in the future is a rather rosy picture, tournament officials report. Jefferson Little League Stars. IPresented Trophies At Picnic Rewards in the form: 'of, i 'asistant Coach Wayne Johnson trophies came to a host of the more outstanding Stars of the Jefferson Little Baseball League Sunday afternoon, July 23, when the parents and league officials staged the annual league picnic at Jefferson Memorial Park. Following a bountiful picnic lunch league officials made presentations of trophies to the players on the two top teams in the league the past season -- the .Astros, who went through the season without a single defeat in 18 games to win the American Division championship, and the Yankees, who won the National Division seasonal crown with a 15-3 record. Members of the unbeaten Astros' team presented trophies were: Dung Waiters, Marsha Berry, Bernard Parrish, Scan Chadwell, Scott Fritts, Darrell Wilt, Mike Crum, Chad Johnson, Walter Roberts, Wayne Johnson, John Jones, Anthony Puller, Garnett Adams, Ricki Hoffman, Bobby Dillow and bat boy Eric Snow. Trophies also went to Manager Dick Chrisman, and alternate coach Mac Taylor. Members of the Yankees' squad presented trophies were: Devin Walker, Eric Jones, John Donivan, Tracy Popkins? Scott Pindell, Ricky White, Ty Sta}mbaugh, Scott Romine, Jennifer Hough, Todd Jenkms, Mike Pindell, Troy Stambaugh, George Carey, Dung Romine, Stephen DeLaughter, bat boy Brian Romine, Manager Budd Lanham, and alternate coach Robert Lanham. Members of the Astros' team in turn presented a trophy to their manager Dick Chrisman and members of the Yankees presented a trophy to their manager Robert Lanham Members of the Athletics of the Pony League also presented a trophy to their manager, Brownie Chrisman. At the presentation ceremonies, league officials also expressed appreciation to all the team sponsors, merchants and advertisers, along with a host of game officials and others who helped to make the past season anQther most successful one. Albert's, Kearneysville Retain Leads, In County SIo-Pitch Softball Loop d COUNTY game Summit SLO-PITCH LOOP Bakerton, 16-2. Point beat AMERICAN DIVISION TEAMS W L Albert's 1$ 4 Blue Ridge 11 4 Moose Club 11 9 Summit Point 9 8 ]kerton 3 15 NATIONAL DIVISION TEAMS W L Kearneysville 16 2 All Mountain Blood 14 5 Wine's Racing Stable I0 9 Millville 4 15 Job Corps 0 21 On Tuesday, July 25, Albert's heat Moose 948 by a 15-3 score. Lewis Palmer was the winning pitcher with Phil Turner getting tWo hits, one a homer, Diekie D'Angelo had three hits and Mike Mumaw, Lewis Palmer and Tyrone Woodward also bad two hits for Albert's. Wednesday, Jtlly 26, Summit Point beat Wines Racing Stable. . Thursday, July 27, All Mountain Blood pulled an upset by heating Keameysville 4-I with Allen Weller the winning pitcher. Frank Hardy was 4 for 4' while Donnie Baer and Denny. Painter had 3 hits. In the second In the first game Sunday, All Mountain Blood beat Moose 948 by a 13-11 score with Allen Seller the winning pitcher. Frank Hardy was 3 for 3 while "Donnie' Baer, Denny Painter, Mike Hardy and Allen Seller atl had 2 hits. In the second game SUhday, Blue Ridge heat Wines Racing Stable by an 11-7 score. Glenn BIDDY SMOOT k Ak Ak  ,dk k k k Ak lk 1 The women's summer league is approaching its last week of regular play with enough time for all singles players to get their postponed games completed by August 18th. No scores will be accepted after this date. Doubles play ends on August 16th and no scores will be accepted after this date unless rain prevents play that day. Playoffs will be August 21, 22, 23 and 24, for singles and doubles. The telephone committee will be calling soon to determine who wants to play in the fall league. If no one contacts someone wanting to play, please call Gall Price, 725-9316 or Biddy Smoot, 725-5935 before August 18th. Please note that doubles play this fall will be divided into an "A" division and a "B" division, just a s singles were this summer and will be this fall. SINGLES Elsie Hamstead over Maggie Whitehair 8-2; Gall Price by forfeit over Mary Ann Ham- mann; Claudia Testa squeaked l by Toni Erchak 9-8; Grace Vitez over Carol Kable 8-6; Barbara Hall over Maggie Whitehair 8-0; Toni Erchak over Betty Hodgson 6-1; Mary Ann Hammann over Elsie Hamstead 8-2; Linda Spunich ovr Grace Vitez 8-6; Mary Ann Hammann over Barbara Hall 8-2; Rachel Hayes over Maggie Whitehair 8-5; Lena Kruger over Audrey Buckles 8- 0; Pat Dopson over Pat Meeban 8-5; Marcia Mayberry over Lucy • Athey ; Mary . Hocem over Lucy Athey, forfeit; Carrie Showen over Elaine Begeman 8- 4; Pat Dopson over Marcia Mayberry 8-5; Lena Kruger over Gall Smallwood 8-0; Pat Meeban over Lucy Athey 9-8; Lena Kruger over Elaine Begeman 8- 3. DOUBLES Pat Meehan-Audrey Buckles over Marge Fargo-Judy McGeehee 8-6; Barb Benner- Cindy Allen over Twila Carra- Jane Clendening 8-3; Mary Elinor Peters-Jennie Sue Kolloppe over Marge Fargo- Judy McGeehee 8-6; Jodie. Carter-Carrie Showen over Marge Fargo-Judy McGeehee 8- 3. Everhart had 2 hits, one a homer while Marvin Jackson and Roger Howell had 3hits and Don White, Louie Staubs, Lee Rollison and Jack Grove had 2 hits. In [he third game Sunday, Kearneysville beat Alberts 5-3 with William Allen the winning pitcher. Bo Morris had 2 hits, one a homer, while Reggle Carter, Jason Allen and Terry Allen had 2 hits. For Alberts Rich Wilt had a homer. Hamstead, Pierce Toumey Champions. In Closed Tennis The highly successful Jef- ferson County closed tennis tournament, sponsored by the Evening Journal, came to a conclusion on July 23, with champions being crowned in six divisions of play, In the men's singles Braun Hamstead defeated Rick Tur- ner, 6-3, 6-4. In women's singles Pare Pierce edged Brenda Hummer, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5. The senior men's aingles had Connie Hammann topping Geoffrey  OPEQUON COUNTRY CLUB Rt. 5 Box 344 Martinsburg, WV Phone 267.4122 Applications now being accepted for mem- bership in one of the area's most challenging & finest goff& country clubs. PGA pro: Paul Zwior. No monthly food minimum. Carts available if desired. Low Monthly Dues Schedule * SINGLE GOLF membership... *26.67 * FAMILY GOLF membership... *43.33 * FULL FAMILY membership... *53.33 {golf, swimming & tennis} Please attach cheek for 8100  initiation fee with application letter to: H.W. Speaks, Pres. a third game. The pair of playoff victories gave the Astros, winners of the American Division of league play a perfect 20-0 record, the first time this has been ac- complished in both regular season and playoff action in the league. The Astros had to come from behind on July 19 to edge the Yankees in the opening playoff game by a 6-5 score, but in the Second playoff game, it was not much of a contest for the Astros as they rolled to an easy 19-5 win lo wind up the best of three game series. In the initial game, the Astros jumped out to a 2-0 first inning lead, on a walk to W. Johnson and a home run by Kent Dillow, the Astros pitcher. But in the second frame the Yankees took advantage of a wild streak which Dillow suf- fered and scored four times on four walks and ore base hit. But after this frame Dillow settled doyen and held the Yankees to just a single run in the fourth frame. Then in the sixth frame the Astros, who had not had a hit since the first inning off D. Romine, jumped on him for a Walk, three doubles and a single for four runs and the victory. Dillow led ,the hitting for the Astros with a home run and a double. In the second game the Astros jumped out to a big 9-2 lead in the first frame and stayed in front all the way. In fact they continued to score in almost every inning. W. Johnson was on the mound for the Astros and limited the Yankees to just five hits. Dillow had a home rune a double and a single to lead the batting attack of the Astros. Gaudoin, 6-3, 6-3. In the men's doubles Gary Phalen-Connie Hammann scored a narrow 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 decision over Roger Parker-Greg Didden. The women's doubles found Kitty Thornton-Pare Pierce downing Brenda Hummer- Martha Hayes, 6-4, 6-3. In mixed Nine young swimmers were chosen as out- standing in the recent Sixth Annual Jefferson Park Invitational Swim Meet. They are, above, left to right: Boys -- Jeff Baker and Larry Reed, .Hagerstown YMCA; Scott Baldwin, Frederick VFW; Shawn Harkrader, Hagerstown YMCA; Girls --Jill Schmuck, Moss Springs; Gwynn Gordon, Hagerstown YMCA; Nicki Fowler, Frederick VFW; Sheila McGrory and L. McGrory, Hagerstown YMCA. Absent when the photograph was taken was Scott Gilbert, Hagerstown YMCA. On Saturday, July 22, Hagerstown YMCA captured the Sixth Annual Jefferson Park Invitational Swim Meet. Hagerstown, with many out- standing swimmers and a lot of depth, piled up 475 points with an excellent Frederick VFW team running a close second with 425 points. The strong Frederick YMCA team finished third with 310 points followed by Moss Springs with 197, host Jefferson Park with 113, Martinsburg 43 and two swimmers from Win- chester scored 20 points. In age group swimming there are five divisions -- Tykes, Cadets, Preps, Juniors, and Seniors. An outstanding boy and girl were chosen in each age group. Receiving the awards in the Tyke division were Jill Sch. much from Moss Springs and Shawn Harkrader from Hagerstown. From the Cadet i division were Gwynn Gordon, i Hagerstown and Scott Baldwin VFW, for the Preps Nicki Fowler VFW and Larry Reed from Hagerstown. In the Junior division Sheil McGrory and Scott Gilbert, both from Hagerstown, Captured the to improve their times. However there were some exciting races and highlights for Jefferson. JulieBenner won the prep girls, 50 free in 29.2; the 100 free in 1.06.6 and was second in the 50 fly in 32.4, a team record, tying for high scoring honors with 19 points. Matt Meyers and Jim Rhodes were a bigone twopunch in the senior division, both scoring 19 points. Matt won the 100 breast in a team record 1.11.2. He also won the 50 free in 25.9 and was second in the 200 Individual Medley. Jim was 2rid to Matt in the 50 in 26.1 and won the 100 back in 1.07.7 P "1 100 fly in 1.03.3 both times are team records. Jade Charley scored 11 points finishing 2nd in the 100 In- vitational Medley in 1.17 and 2nd in the 50 back in 36.4 and 6th in the 50 breast in a team record trophy. In the very competitive Barbara Fargo swam the t00 fly Senior division L. McGrory and i in 1.38.9 to take 4th. Jeff Baker, both from Hager- l Also scoring, were Lisa stown, won the award• I Strange, Andrew Skinner, Mike The young Jefferson Parktearf ] Pindell, Willie Pindell, Melissa did not score a lot but continued [ Kidwell and Libby Danleis. Mary Barker was fourth in the 50 free in 29.3, 5th in the 200 Invitational Medley and fourth in the 100 free in 1.06.4. Tad Carper was fourth in the 100 free in 1.03.3 and fourth in the 100 breast in a time  1,19. JodieServis was fifth in 50 free in 29.7 and 6th in the 100 fly. "Y" Swimmers Capture Divisional Honors In Netters held at Winchester, Va., on July doubles Pam Pierce-Carol • _ __ Jackson defeated Mary AnnlWllllzk.(lAip . Meet Hammann-Connie Hammann, 6-1 II I II tO I I#ll, ql} Ii lU • 3, 6-2. I " _ • _ ] The Hagerstowp YMCA swim l Jpnmr Nat1 l team which includes fourteen ! ussmvm suvtq [swimmers from Jefferson • "County, captured the Division I emam Interstate championship meet Unbeaten also placed second in the 25 backstroke and fourth in the 200 IM April Reed earned a fifth place ribbon in the 25 breast- stroke and an eighth place ribbon in the 8 and under girls 25 free. Earl Edwards was a member of the fourth place tyke- cadet medley relay. He also • claimed a seventh place ribbon in the 50 free and an eighth place ribbon in the 25 free, for boys eight and under. Liz Titus posted her fastest time in the tyke girls 25 freestyle. Lisa Titus claimed a silver I medal in the 11-12 medley relay. She also earned: a fifth place ribbon in the 200 IM, and seventh place ribbons in both the 50 free and 50 breaststroke. Cindy Edwards posted her fastest time in the 11-12 girls 50 free to earn a third-place medal in that event. She was also a member of the fifth place freestyle relay team. Mary Edwards won a seventh place ribbon in the 9-10 girls 50 Turn To Page 12 Tahiti, Hawaii, " Bermuda For the price of stayi Ime THE SWIMMING POOL CENTER 1118 Berryville Ave. (screen From Nlchola) WINCHESTER, VA. I - 7. tz. 8017 The Jefferson Park Junior tennis team downed host Fountainhead Country Club .of Hagerstown by e score of 14-2 on July 27. Susie Jamison. downed Janet Amarillo of Fountainhead 10-8 in the feature match. Amarillo is ranked in the state of Maryland. Other players winning singles matches for Jefferson Park were: Harry Barker, Carl Jackson, Craig Kershner, Mike Smith, Kelly Colbert, David Didden, Gary Leslie, and Sidney Ramey. Doubles wins were by the teams of: Susie Jamison- Deanna Spunlch; Laurie Hoff'- master-Mike Smith; Harry Barker-Carl Jackson; Powell Owens-Craig Kershner; and Kelly Colbert-David Didden. The Jefferson Juniors are now 4-0, far the summer. House goes along with Senate to scrap B-I project. 29. The Hagerstown team which includes over ninety percent of its year round winter team, relied on a strong team effort to withstand Winchester and Frederick VFW, both of which had over 100 swimmers entered in the meet. Hagerstown scored 859 points in the meet. Win- chester edged Frederick VFW 693-688 for second place. Moss Spring was fourth with 258 points. Larry Reed had the top effort among local swimmers. Larry won a gold medal in the free relay, a silver medal in the 50 breast, and bronze medals in both the 11-12 boys 200 IM and! 100 frde. He accomplished this despite having made the long trip back from Buchanan, W. Va., on Saturday morning where hia little league baseball team had been involved in tournament play. Jeanelle Reed won the 8 and under girls 25 breaststroke, She WINCHESTER TOYOTA, INC. 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