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m l --- SPORTS SECTION --- DON RENTCH -- SPORTS EDITOR LOCAL COVERAGE- SCORES- PICTURES i Begin Y SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE ] The coaches of al------1 three Jeffer- AUGUST 4, 1966 SECTION--B [ son Cour ty High Schools are this ]year taking advantage of the op- ] portunRy to get their their 1966 BROWN crop of footbal,1 prospects into a trairgng program at an earlier date than the customary August 15 deadline by cm-ryi~g on a pro- season conditiomng program. Doug Lutman, new head foot- ball coach at Charles Town High, has already started such a pro- gram at Charles Town High and it will begin at Shepherd~own and Harpers Ferry High SchoolsI next Monday. I Coach Lutman had his 1966 grid proteges meet with him this past By Barbara Hopper We played the Purcellville lad- ies in a home and home match here last Thursday ,and although it rained most of the day (no complaints!) we rode in carts, used umbrellas and got a good grip on our clubs. Purcellville beat US 8 pts. to 3 pts. with Cindy Cain and Edna Clendening winn~g 2 pts for C. T. and Nancy Roth and Polly Moore win ning 1 paint. Cindy also shot a 97 to win low gross and Barb Hopper won low net. For Pur- ceilvflle Tientgen won low gross and Shackleford low net. I'd like to say a word in praise TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE Standing of Teams Team Tomahawk Bakerton Leetown Shepherd,grown Sleepy Creek Winchester Charles Town Great Caeapon SUNDAY'S RESULTS Leetown !~, Sleepy Creek 7, lsl Leetown 13, Sleepy Creek 9, 2nd Tomahawk 9, Winehester 6 Bakerton 18, Shepherdstown g Charles Town 5, Great Cacapon $ ----4}---- GAMMES RUG. 7 Won Lost 12 3 12 3 11 4 8 7 6 9 4 11 4 11 3 12 of our Junior members. The boys Tomahawk at Charles Town who play regularly are a wonder- Great Cacapan at Bakerton ful bunCh and a pleasure to be Shepherdstown at Sleepy Creek TOWN HIGH'S new football coach Doug Lut- will be facing an acid test right at the outset of the season when he takes his Purple Panthers to Rom- for a Friday, September 2nd game with the powerful County Trojans under the lights Then just one l boys he had expected to report Coach Tack Clark will bring I is equa ly as power- .......... ~_o~;~,h, ,-~,,.~ o,~ +,~ TZ,~,~,. T4i=h Worn,,1o here for I zor m~s early zrammg, ana wno ,e ,,~ j ~ ~,a,~ so, are elt.er g home opener, also under the hghts at the CHS sta- Monday everting at the school for I the first time And while only I 25 boys showed up, Lutman said The Astro.~ who got off to the best start of any of the four teams in the American Little he expects more to report within League with three eon~cutive victories before ~efeated. staged a strong late season eameback to the next few days, and still more, finish second in the league race, being nosed out by the Twins by a mere game. The Astros, after as the conditioning program winning their first three games, then dropped five in a row before they could get back on the victory moves into high gear. Lutmanroad and they finally wound up the season with a 9-6 record by winning four of their last five games. said he realizes that some of the The Twins won the league crown with a 1-5 mark. Members of the Astros squad are: First row (left to right) - - Roscoe Hays, Tommy Lynch, Charles Anderson, Robble Payne. Lewis Hosby and Eddie Slusher. Back row (left to right) - H .E. Slusher, co.manager, Charles Thompson, Douglas Lynch, George Anderson, Garry Dunn, Grog Marshall. Terry Finnegan, Wayne Walker and Cless Bowling, .om . ~ o THANKS, so very much to thoughtful Mrs. O. L who brought ps a sample of her cumumber crop this The beauty she presented us with measured 12 inches to tip and weighed four pounds. Mrs. Follin took the to print the following on one side of the prize speci- L. Follin. Lotsa Luck Ranch, Charles Town".. Our appreciation and may you and 'Hots' have many win- S. D. this summer.. We have the big cucumber on our desk and do come in and see it soon .. S1MONS, long recognized as one of the top soft ball in this area, reaffirmed his status last Saturday night Va. by pitching his Commercial and Savings to a no-hit victory over Winchester Mobil Homes. ESPINOSA, who rode the front end of the daily (Newmarket Miss) at Shenandoah Downs Monday and his pretty wife have recently purchased a home on Heights and are real proud of it. Mrs. Espinosa is of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gilman, well known local is also a low-handicap golfer at Sleepy Hollow. this week as 5,902 fans showed up for the summer and pushed $405,921 thromrh the mutuel windows. topped by more than $68,000 the previous high of' that was bet on August, 1st, 1960.. WEBSTER, the genial hostess who greets every with a great big smile and, "Can I Help You, Sir," Way, Please,', is back in her usual spot at the to the beautiful Starli rht Terrace dining room at Downs, a position she has handled so superbly years. And while Bob Leavitt's littering terrace is up, brand new chairs, and believe me they are too, Rub.v was not to be outdone in any means or herself and we understand purchased some brand equi )ment" to lro alon with all the other noticable Ruby's waitresses, many of them 'relzulars' T .rrace ,are back a ain and all doimr their level be. t diners at every beck and call A real nice place to so ne toT) hospitality, dine and watch the races. If never tried it - - you should! PODRES rates this year's Baltimore Orioles as aa any Dod rer team he ever played for. The jruess here at the Orioles will be even money, uossiblv slight favor- against any club they meet in the World Series.. HODGES' extended two-year contract as manager of Washington Senators is well deserved. The big, t guy has done a fine job considering the personnel he his command.. SEE US FOR working, or are away on vacation trips, and these two factors con- tributed .some to the curtailment of the number of candidates re- porting. The Charles Town squad met at 6 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, but Wednesday, the time for the pre- conditioning sessions, was moved back to 5:30, so that a few more boys who are currently working in the evenings,.can attend. WILL ISSUE GEAR All seniors will be measured and issued their football e~lnip- ment on Tuesday, Aug. 9 dur- ing the hours of 9:30 and 11:30; Juniors will be given equip- ment Wednesday, Aug. 10, dur- ing the hours of 9:30 and 12:30 and the sophomores will re- ceive theirs August 11 at the same hours. T['RN TO 2--B New equipment has been or- dered for the freshmen boys and it w~Al be issued to them on ar- rival, Coach Lmman stated, A special Invitation is beh~g extended by Coach Lutman to akl n~nth grade boys who participat- ed in Junior High football last season to attend these daily con- diioaing sessions. Also any other boys who will be freshmen or sophomores this Fall school term. Plans are to add at least fresh- man football at the school this year, and if enough boys are available, to also have a sopho- more, or junior varsity squad which would play a limited schedule with nearby, schools. Every boy who would like to try his ~hand at football will be t (Photo by Tim Sinn.) TURN 11} PAGE 2--B When the ~arne Bruce Moler was men~ioned around the Jef- SI T Kenneth KENNETH SIMS ferson Little Baseball League dia- mond this Summer it was some- what confusing to the fans as to iust who was being merttioned Ventilating Fans beca~ there was not one, bat two Bruce Molers participating Installed... for in ~eague play. And when the Cubs and Indians met to do bat- Every Purpose, ~le it w~s even more confusing because Bruce W. Moler was one at Low Cost of the top stars on both teams. * " * How could this be?. Well, Bruce Winston Moler (,hown right above) is one of the top players on the Cubs' team and Bruce P. Moler is also an outstanding play- l al a., nges - Washers os - Refrigerators E ---Televisions--- lectrical Appliances CONTRACTOR-CERTIFIED WIRING bIAL 725-5516 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. DOUG LUTMAN Sims, head football with the staff of the Harpers Fer- ry Job Corps Conservation Cen- ter. He 'has been working on a part-time basis with the Center coaching field for "I have enjoyed every minute of it. But the op- portunities afforded with the Job Corps Center job were just too great to turn down," Sims s~ca, ted, During the five years he served as head football and assistant bas- ketbail coach at Charles Town I~igh, Coach Sims chalked up a record of 23 victories and one tie as against 23 defeats, with his 7-3 season of last year, his best one at Charles Town High. Prior to coming ~o Charles Town Sims coached for eight years at Greenbank High in Po- cahontas County, where he turned out such fine linemen as Bruce Bosley, and his brother, the former going on to become an All-American and a great pro- fessianal g~id star. It had been reported by this newspaper several weeks ago that Coach c~icaed he would take the post .and leave his teaching and ~oach. ing job at C~arles Town High. Right after that announcement, a number of fo~thsll coaches in the area made inquiry about the teaching and coaching job, ff and when it became vacant. And of the six persons who made in. quiry about the post ,three actu- ally made application for the job, with Lutman getting the nod over the others. Lutman did an outstanding staff this Summer, teaching job as head coach at Harpers Fer- driver training. His full-time ry H, igh School during the period of 1961 through the 1964 school post is expected to keep him in term. During his four-year span driver training and eventuatly to of coaching at Harpers Ferry move him i~to some phases of High Lutm~n's record shows 24 the physical educational and ath- victories, three ties and only letic training program which is being designed for the Center in ~he near future. Sims said in announcing his resignation that he had been for eight defeats. On leaving Harpers Ferry High he went to South Hagerstown (Md.) High to toeaeh and serve as assistant football Coach, and reports f~an the Hagerstown school say that he turned in a fiat job ,there last year. Lutman is a native of Berkeley Springs where he starred in TURN TO PAGE ~--B coach a.t Charles Town High School since 1961, officially re- signed his teaching and coaching post a~ the Jefferson County school Friday afternoon ,and Sat- urday morning Douglas Lutman, former head grid coach ~t Hat. pers Ferry I~igh, was named to some time considering the full- time employment offer made him by the Center officials, and that it was a difficu~ decision to make. He said he regrets very First Flight the vacancy by the Jefferson County Board of Education- Sims has accepted a position and to go on to win the league championship. He is the son of much leaving the high school Announcement was made Tues- Mr. and Mrs Charles Moler, of day by the Men's Golf Committee The First Flight will be made E.Congres~ Street, Charles at the Sleepy Hollow Golf and up of losers of first round To . Country Club of the pairings for matches ,in the Championship Bruce P. Moler (shown left the annual club championship Flight. above) also played a major role and f'light tournament which got in pRching and batting the Indl- underv~y this week. Second Flight ans into the runner-up spot in The pairings were based upon Don Noland, 172, vs. Pros Mer- chant, 173; Connie Hanunann, the league race. His pitching two 36.hole qualifying scores 173, vs. Russell Miller, 174; Mere- record for the Indians shows posted by .the players during the dith O. Polen, 172, vs. A1 Collins, three wins and three defeats, P~St two weeks. The 15 low 173; Tom Stel~toe, 173, vs. Al wit~ a total of 66 strikeouts. And qUatifying players and defending when he wasn't on the mound, he olub champion BR1 Benton, Hopper, 174. was turning in some fine fielding placed in the championship Third Flight plays for the Indians either at i~ight, w~.th the ne~t eight lowest Marshall Brown, 177, vs. Joe third base ,or slmreastop. At the scorers make up the second flight Christian, 179; Francis Frye, 178, pl~e he was one of the league's and the ne~t eight the third vs. Oscar WRt, 182; Max Brown, er for the Indians. Both played leadirtg hitters with a terrific .533 fliglTt. 177, vs. Gone Myers, 179; Elwood maior roles in me gre~t baltics] ~ark. He collected 24 hits in 45 The pa@ings, flights and quail- Heironimtts, 179, vs. Blackie Da- which the Indians and Cubs at ba~, scored 26 runs and clout- fying scores are as follows: via, 182. waged for the league champion- ed a total of eight home runs to Championship Flight Fourth Flight ship. Bruce Wins'ton Moler, who lead the league in this depart. Bitl Bertton, N.Q., vs. Bot Charlie Clendening, 183, vs. Bill Roth, 186; Ed Heckman, 185, vs. plays with the Cubs was a power merit. He was also named as a Leavi~, 164; Norman N Wilt, 164, Patsy C~artt, 188; Cal Shoemaker, at the pla~e and in the outfield, member of the National League vs. Sam Gilman, 172; Marty Black. HeoutfieldersWaS oneinOf thelhe leaguebest defensiVeand al infielder.All'Star team as a pitcher and i ford, 163, vs, F. D. Johnson, 166; 185 vs. Ca~l BentotL 186; Norman the plate he finished the season Jurtior Jones, 164, vs. John L. ~Wltt, 186, vs. Roger Clipp, 189. with a fine .390 average, with 16! And with such fine experiencePropst, 172; Meredith L. P01en, Fifth Flight tti~cs in 41 times at bat. He also in Little League play, both Bruce 151, vs. M. R. Cooper, 165; Earl Joe Shan'hoRz, bye, Guy Davis, scored 15 runs and clouted two P. and Bruce W. Moler show A~l~ra, 164, v& "Bud" Johnson, bye; Carl Merchant, bye; Ed. Me- home runs. And his bat was one real promise of greater things 172; Steve Smith, 163, vs. Jack Donald, vs. Bud Stone, Joe Serv~ of the major reasons the Cubs ahead for them on the baseball Akers, 169; Chartie Cunn4ngham, bye; T. Whitacre, bye, Ralph m~aged to overtake ~he Indi ,a~ fi~ld. 164, vs. PAcky Blackford, 172. Board, bye, Gary Fleming, bye. around. And a special thank you to Ricky Blackford, Sammy Gil- man and Eddie Fitzpatrick for getting our gas cart working for us -- we had to abandon it on number 12 and they got it runn- ing and brough it ,to us on num- ber 14. Ricky is also one of Mar- gurite top helpers picking up all the trash ~nd bottles around the course. (By the way, there is a dandy new sandwich machine in the Pro Shop. almost as good as Marguerite hamburgers!) Here are the several round re- stflts of the Flight Tournament. Championship Flight; N. Roth over M. Brown; M. A. Hammann over O. Cooper. F.irst Flight; B. Steffie over E. Clendening; P. Moore over B. Hopper. Second Fl"~ht: B. Smoot over E. McDon- ald; J. Stone over D. Brown. Third Flight: C. Cain over S. Heckman, winning the flight. Fourth Flight: M. Steptoe and E. Grar~t (not yet played); R. Propst over M. Beeler. Fifth Flight: G. Dorsey and G. Houser (not yet played.) This Friday and Saturday Nan- cy Roth, defending Club Champ- ion witl meet Challenger Mary Ann Hammann for a 36 hole play off to decide the 1966 Club Champion~hip. This should be a real good match, so bring your binoculars and watch. They're down around 9 a. m. to see h0w they're doing. Good luck to both of you and remember - I still have your goats !.! A. lot of you .readers have com- men~ced favorably about this col- umn and I want to thank all of youfor your interest. It's a lot of fun to wxite it and more fun to know your're reading it ! ! MIDDLEWAY CLIMBERS HELD PUBLIC MEETING The Middleway Cl)imbers 4-H Club held Rs annul public meet- ing at the Middleway Methodist Church on Friday night, July 29. Each member and his family were invited,~ to a covered dish supper followed by the club's business meeting and an interest- ing program about "Safety on the Farm," given by the Safety Com- mittee. The attendance was about 40 and every(me seemed to enjoy himself. The club felt the meet: a uceess. I Leetown at Winchester The Tri - County Baseball League has developed into one of the hot, test three.way races in some years with only one game sepa, rating the three top teams as the result of action ,this past Sunday on four differer~t fronts. The Lee~own batsmen, possibly the hottest team in the league right now, pounded out a total of 26 base hits, includ~ing 12 for ex- tra base sas they swept a double- header from Sleepy Creek on the Levtown diamond Sunday b~ scores of 12-7 and 13-9. And only wins by Tomahawk and Bakerton. prevented the Lee town batsmen from moving to within a half game of the league lead. They now show an llA mark for the season. Tomahawk, with a 12-3 mark nmnaged ~to stay on top of the heap alor~g with Bakerton by scoring a 9-6 victory over Win- chester, Va., and Bakerton batted their way to an 18-8 victory ove~ Shepherdstown. wItho was young Jimmy Mahoney, hurled 14 inn~gs during the long afternoon of action, that got credit for both Leetown vic- tories. The double victory gave Leetown ~ine victories in the last 11 games. Mahoney wer~t all the fo~ five innrings relief ball .to get that wi'n too. A three-run homer by Jack Burch and two fourmasters by Bob Davis powered Leetown tO victory in the first game a~ though Sleepy Creek out.hit the winners, 12-11, as Bob Shope weal four-for.five. John Bradley hammered out $ double and two triples and Burch had a double and two singles as Leetown rallied from a 7-3 deficil to win the second tilt. Barr~ Mills went four-for-seven in the twin bill. Seven.Run Spree Ba;ke~ton scored seven times in the fifth inning to rout Shel~ herdstown. Gerald Jami*son and Wayne $amison each had three of B a kertons^-'-- 14 safeties while Ray J'amison, Bucky Garner and Son, ny Morga~l each had two hits. Charlie Hunter went threc-fo~ four for Shepherdstown. TURN TO PAGE 2-11 IN " * CHARLF_ TOWN Regent Brogue luxurious, long wing tip styling Choose for yourself the fashion tradition Regent brogues.., lightwdght and long tip styled. The man-sized look in a man-si wardrobe. Randcraft S Tled From 8.99 to 12.99