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SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE THURSDAY. AtTGUST 10. 1961 ) ~ ~ iummmm O NEWS I I W '7WS ; I . ' Tilt;With .BY MAX BROWN _ - l I u .tlnllight Af er s veral e k f rk , . .-. .. A I t . e ' w e s o wo " I A big afternoon of baseball has Legion was forced to stage a lasg ,S TOWN HIGH.'.S Pm'ple, rant!m1: football U [ ~ng and p!ann~ngn.Jeffers, o,n ~ouen" [been lined up.for sectional and minute rally, with Dick Forrest are anxiously wmung ior ~ne arrival o~ their y.?w ~,a~, .. u,y ,~caguv u :c-l local ~ans a~ t:narms Town S Leg hitting a home run to gain a Ii~ coach, Kenneth Simms, who is expected here ................. < - Palm operauon. _ [ion park this Sunday afternoon, with fighting Marylanders. +h,~ ;,o ,~ .,~v+ ..... ]. c~ .... h,~ n ...... ~ ........ m spite oz me zact ~t s ~tm r~uwarct cnrisman, WhO wasI The first attraction which The me ended i 5 5 tie ....... Park' vz ......... 9:00K .... A.C ............., the vet~anBoyc.e 1" ..... :,,L, v . ~ .[picturell1 [! 1 dleway Plant *had been "enlarg? Ledill * [1T... ip.A....&..ga n a - . : for the footballs to start flying in all directionsbe~[ ~t~u?ibas:b~,l~ ~h~:hn~ '~nt I~ ] n.amed pros!dent of the^ league, I should be of much in,rest to ev. Manager Tom Michael has a on" baseball elk"whole"the ~'llqltlal" " dll]]S~" will" be , ~. - ,- - ,-am ~*,u.uay t..t tm~e tedms eryone in Jetierson uounly and lineup of many of the University : ~ P ter outdoor sports, is slowly mov- have been organized and an ab-tsome surroundim, area~ will be of ~,.~l~.a m.m,,.a ~t~,.~ ~,,a . cegtOeer:h~hhOr, ZOr~ tOs~ards the [ [ breviated 12.game. schedule has [the appearance of the Potomac playing in the Maryland State ~o . spo s . ~ ~ been arrangeo wmcn wm prowae ILittle League All.Stars who were League this season, the V. F. W. come next week scnomsuc an0 Pony League achon mree even defeated m he fl Is ,RLES TOWN LEGION baseball officials are look- .. . s .... 1 1 . . ! . : I " t 'ha ~ of the Dis- team has 11 wins against only 3 hoping, we might add, for the best turn-out of cl~egaere:ac~leSonme ~geinS?et~n I cache eeeKb:rOlm gl~WleaUnti1 [lrict tourney at Wei~om They losses fore second place standing . 1 1 ay, p . gu {will play a few innings against in the league at present. They I ttaeyear on Sunday^when the Pot o ),ac L ttle marshalling their forces for the l I games wil be played on. the Char [the Legion team with action sche have won over Fort Myer 2 to 1, ~.-~r~ w J. ~ HUUULeU gue~ LU ge~ ~,.~.u,g. post-season, or[us m preparatmn les~ Town Legion fieta at 6:in duled to bering promptly at 2 p. beat Volkswagen's 5 to 0 topped ~on oI Daseball oii toe goocl starL . . Ann addingfor early September battles, i ] each Monday. Wednesday and [m Federal Storaue 5 to4 while los- to the occasion will be our long-time friend and Tuesday is "D-Day" for the ~ [ Friday. [ All the little leauuers will be ini~ to the Un~,," o,-i,,,,,,.~ a ,,, '~ the all-brae great supporters of Charles Town _ 61 scholastic gmdwon hopefuls; ~ ~ Two of the)earns are mafte up lintroduced and plans are being in extra innings. , , , ana at least two coacnes ol deI oI zormer Little t,eague players ,an Legion baseball, Leeds Col. Lewis Washington . .. " . , ..c ." - - 1 | ..... " ..... ." [made for a big afternoon of base They will bring a lwenty-man T.aad~ will fuka ,-,~' hie inn hnf and lnn~ f,ail~ ",xrhi,h Ierson wounly s mree nigh [] ~ of me unarms Town section W1WI ball for them s tad to .................. - ..... t..z ............. ~, ~a ........ c_ scia*o .....v "'- ' 196" _ ::i ....... " .... I . q Charles Town Sunday in The Anvil and pull on uniform number 15 and w!u ua e .their pros ~ ii~i me tmra team D~ng compnsea I Then following at the usual in an effort to accomplish a feat ...................... peers on me gr]mrons sometime II ] ot ooys ~rom me ~nepnerostown [hour of 2'30 p m will be the ap which has ~roven miuhtv tou~,h ty ~o step into any position vtanaffer vvooay waiters t i . ' . ~ [ ..... . .- o . h~,~ ]...u ....t,~t,u~+ ...... thee fh ....... ~ hat day gett ng thew..flrst glen 1 J sectmn: ...... pearance of a new-comer to Char for any area baseball team to do, ,,.-. .,, .,. x-vu,~-,,,~, ,,., .............. .o....0 cesatwhat mey Will nave to [] Ralph donnson a baseball en- ' ~," " i s bo l "n" . . | , les Town s ball park, the young beat the Charles Town Le~,mn. the end, Leeds will play a few mn ngt agm st bmld thew 1961 teams from . :i~ thusiasts of Millville is serving as and hustlin Frederick Md V Ma e " " " " " r " ~ .... g ( .) . nag r Michael sa~d this morn. le Leaguers as well as the ws tmg F edemck V. Douglas Lutman new head foot !il manager of one of the Charles F W Post baseball club that will ing that several car loads of fans tossers. There are very few who have given more ball coach at Harpers Ferry High !!i ITown teams and Meredith Polen [be here to battle the Legion will accomnanv the V F W tos.~ r time, and money from his own pockets towards School issued this week a call for [] !ii~i and Tod Smith are managing the/team ers here Sunda~ in an effort to port of Legion baseball kere than a chap by the candidates for !he Harpers One of the honors which came to Mrs. Betty Rodeffer of Clmrles'ther Charles Town team. The ] Playing in a night contest in root them to a win over lhe Leg. )f LEEDS RIELY... ,terry tea!.n to fe?ort to ~ne toot Town for being named Queen of the "Bonanz~ l~ys" sta4red in lvlamson l~romers-~oo ann. ~mK, [ Frederick several weeks ago, the ion. vail pracuce nero Tuesday. rte Charles Town and R~nson last Thursday through Sa, turday was are managing me ~nepnerastownI ....... -- .................. said he hopes to have between that of being the guest of honor along with her husband, for dinner team, which is known as the I ......... i THE LITTLr~ LI~At/UI~ DOLIt~I~I~ WhO are gom 20 and 25 boys turn out. on the Ststrlight Terrace at Shenandoah Downs, last Thursday Black team The team managed I ~l~Al~Al~ U,~l~|niP~ll ileal" ~ ~#k ~|R hing'ton Sunday for the big double-header between Faced with an almost complete n A dst v rQtUeen.ofthe ader do Y.S, sh ohr adw hehhonor of by Johnson'is known as the Red ]ll#Ullt ;l|Vlll iv|Oil|lieU| l[IW II lil|ll W|H kees and the Senators are asked to be at the Le iort rebuilding program, Lutman said p,~:" ...g..~ ~ay ~o ~ o w,, me . ......wonme team and the other local team Lq I -- ~ -e -- ...... "~ he isanxious" to get started tress tmarles town ~onanz~ #Jays purse race. ~nown m me ~aove known as the Blue team " " promptly at M., Sunday mourning. .......... ,o o, the ...... I/0 t:0nhnue D0mma |IM/ri-umm- [1 ~,.,, .n +,. . ~;~. no. v,,r fha ,,,~,,.,~fa. ~.,n uoacn wmiam Us~ourn o~ I Days Oueen Francis W Hfflleaxv owner of' Tedken the winnin,, horsei t~onata r~oiana is serving as I ''~ wwu"mJI -~..u ~.,,~ ? .,~ y,~s ~,,- .... ~ .... ~ ...... ..~, Shepherdstown High will also get I i- "thee:-hth and feature ra~e%f Thursd~,, ni-ht" A'u~',,~t 3" "Robert secretary-treasurer of the league " " q': l~uss .................. 1Vllller is anxious to nave everyone ready h s' 1961 prospects into a" late af-IL." Gheen," trainer, Mrs. Rodeffer and Jockey " 'Willtam''PindeU.' The The complete schedule as an-" 1I ar,. R*l l ',. ~la~nv fr~ Inca ,romp smr~ on the sllor'cly niter .~:uu ~. ~vl. ternoon or early evening work. I ra~e, a six-furlong dash event was run in 1 16 minutes and the mutuel~nounced follows" I mm~li~ mmlgl~i~# II~i~ll~,. ~ wm**p,! vm.~n hv#~, and trip is sponsored by the Charles Town Grain out Tuesday. I payoff was $17.20, $6.60 and $5.20. " I .... ~; ........... I . " Co., Inc. As for Charles Town High, the I , [u~ar~ . v~a.~o, it~ H~i~ ] TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE , er for the losers. 0---------- Panthers, hard hit by graduation ]llb ...... J I~ ....L__ Cain 27 7 .2581~n', ~kug" ~ B~lue vs ~eo] STANDING OF TEAMS [ Bakerton took a 4-0 lead in the MICKEY MANTLE do in eight weeks what the and the loss of their head coach navmonu Dun:ser B. Kaval 36 9 .250 ~tv~e"d ug'~, K.VS 'uelTEA w L Pet.[seerid frame and was never h.l.,,, "o.,.~. mn~.. ~ .... ? ~.._,_~_ ._.__,._ :_ ,,__ ~:__~ are expected mso to get their pre l .~ *J Hill 33 7 211 i""-, ~'."~. "*--" -~-".-~ -,,"-" I l headed Singles by Raymond 70~ ~. u,u.,. ~vu.. ~gn~ wee,~ is ~ne u u~e season drills underway about[|ll_~.__ I~_lm._.__ ~Peml_ Masters 29 5 "1711Mn', aug. 14--- Blac~ vs RedlBakerton 14 2 .875[Nicewarner ~n ttetzel'and Ral~ has to mt it home runs tna woma enaoie W A 16-- ' Tuesday or Wednesda : Stale 2 " ed, ug Red vs Blue VFW 11 4 733 ' . , , n wins DDTTIn IITle . . Y. ' y 6 4 155 .... dy Anders loaded the sacks Wdh he Babes ,evered record of 60. Sou ds easy, ,~..ou a....,.,,.. Q.~. I " Clinn la ~ ,a. Fn.,, Aug. 18--- Blue vs Black,Win. Rebels 9 7 .562 ,,~m .... u.. ,~,~, ..... ,...,.~ Especmlly after the way The M ck vaulted .... .............. ]1-- 1--1 .....1 ...... K Kaval 34 4 118 Mort., Aug. 21-- Black vs RedlBerkeley Place 8 7 .533thome tw d C, oratd .Think 9 IXVlX/I~II ~1111~ tll~ lleW ll~ilU " B! o runs an .... _~ ..... ,. Wed, Aug 23--- ue vs Black Leetown 5 11 312 les ahead of Ruth s record pace Sunday when he ,..,..,, .... . o, ..... Im J ll r$oil Leamle Hankins 26 1 037 _. ". 2 ..... [ ..... -.._ son followed with another o ,o ..... n.,~;.,~ H ...... ~'~,~ ~ 15-inning, 7-6 ...... :L ....... ' ~ Marcus a n "nn~n!~'rx.. aug. z~-- ~ea vs muel'romanawx a 12 .za0l~.~. hi.,. *,, a.i~,,~ ~,, ~,,,,, m~.l~la ... .,w.,.~.o~**"D v,t,,~ ,.~v~.o,.. ,-, ~ re' . rllffn 1S exbecteo to arrive In I , v u .vv.~t~.~- *..- oo ~, n. .-,--.. -- - o .~ ,~aa, ......... " ...... "" ''~" ...v.~ .... - Roth 2 0 ~,su.., aug. ~o-- ntue VS Dlaeg ,vmenester o ~,~ .,~m d sota Fwms Raymond Burcker, Dodger 000 talhes OU le ' I g ' Charles Town about Aug 14, and " B "" *at " ch interest the outcome 1 practice und~rwavlshortstop and relief pitcher, one Miller 0 0 000 Wed., Aug.36-- Blaek vsRedlBakerton 9 Winchester 5 l A three run rally in the seven t and watch---w th mu -- get footbal ...................... , ~ri ",e-t ~ ~to,, v ...................... on the 15th Sims has been work lf me most versatile and best l r'.la~r~Q I ., ~, ,.. -- ,A. ~ ~',-'-ivrw o romanawx a I th inning, featuring singles by (EY FREDDY KRATZ, Charles Town's successful ing in Greenbank this Summer,[alll'around.players.in the league, ITomblin ........ 51 24 475[U .....~- I YowPn . 10eW~n.crR:::l~ 3 [Joe Yurish anti ,Shug .Coleman ............ +h~o ~ein- the reason for hP a,~.lC pturea me Darting, champion- imJlnAoPr I~ln~|~M~i~V I py . lane tray KacKley s aouole, pro. omat and Motel operator, ]s rid[rig a~ ~ne Auanuc ,.~mi.~, ,. t~h..],~ q,.~,~" [ship of Jefferson Little League Rowland 50 23 .460[ ...... ~ ............ .P I AUGUST 13 I vidin~ the winninu mar~in for J. summer meeting that opened Monday. an'ci"-Sims"'w'ill[play for the 1961 season with a Anderson 40 13 .326[~k~ I~l__~t T_un._ T_ iLeet0wn at Berkeley Place ' I VFW~ over Tomalaawk. "vuris-h ' o-- have just a little more than atsensatinal .522 average. This Propst 45 11 .245[~1~1 r'la[i| |{IlK~ l0 ]Sleepy Creek at W. Rebels '] had three hits, including a dot, , ROTH, local ,dentist who sings while he works, month to whip t~ix- 1961 teams i average was one of the highest ~e~?wer ~o u .7.~i ~, ]Bake~ton at Tomaha~vk ..... [ble, while Charlie Fink and John mt she r for the o seasonaI marks ever set in the arrOlt 44 9 205 Catlett led oma reed games of 116, 134 and 152-for a season high ' o pe az~d eddy P'[-. , . ..... -- .^ lWinehester at Gerrardstown | -T hawk with a don -- ;~ ......... - ~," ,- ~-- enin,, of the season which for i history o~ tongue play. ne finish oeat ,~ 1o .ZU0/ ~'~ ~ v, vl~dvnv|n~ | .......... [ble and two singles apiece. ; in ~ne rmsoana-wne ,eague on ~ne wlncnes~er ..- ~. .... ' .~ .. led four '~oints ahead of Wa,,ne Whitmore 38 6 158 1 . I The ~aKerton ~enators ann me/~ Mary Yurish went tl~e distance t:narxes Town Will come rrmay, - v ~ " The ~liwanis Club held " ~ * *" Center.Lanes last Monday mght. Bill made four ..... IHitt a hatcher and infielder forIMilton 16 2 125/ . . ~ts reg-[Martlnsburg Veterans of Forelgn|for VFW vieldin- ~ m~ ..d and ten spares m taking down the prevmus h gh . h [the Braves who finished the seatWoodward 9 1 111{mar meeu ng .m the Thomas Jef-[Wars batsmen continued to dom |fannin five We,me . . An eight game .............. zerson ~i . , . ~, , ~-. ov ............ te made the very difficult one-mght shot for a been hned' up for the Panthor~ .... [ son with a .518 average. I Romaine 14 1 071 ].m ~ne'~ o~eiretersiaSt ThursOaYr , even- [ mate ..... the race for the champmn. |for Tomahawk also allowi~ 12 g ou u UP exten SPare and then counted eight to earn the high which shows four home games i In addition to being outstand-[Johnson 6 0 .000/~e~/ an ;'~..' ...... g ........ [ [sh~p of th.e Tn-County Baseball [hits and striking out six. Tome. 't~ancaster 0 0 000/u lllvltall.lUll ~, ~...,*e~ beague tins week as me resmt lhav/k has n,,.~ i.~, ..oh. ,. ~ r,.., the ]eagde and also a cigarette lighter from the and the same number on the!tug hitters, both Bureker and l.... " /~own to ~oi" *'- .... o ........ ~ ........... , ~w .... ~ig..~i ..... W. Center I,anes for joining the "400 Club." Nancy road. IHill were outstanding infielders,/. .c. wn 0 0 in a" ]n er ul /t--vmtnes oom teams un-| Junior VanMetr had a one hit Vith t11, 112 and 114 totalled 337 for a very fine The Panthers will open with I both playing the position of short imaupm . z u .ooo | meetin- The occasion beta" | nay. |shut out going for six frames Ss the Romne Hi h Pioneers in an'stop ' CUBS I_ .~" . ....... ~ I And with the Winchester Reb IBerkeley Place took the measure ...... - I Isecord top home run hitter withlCarper 35 10 289[Peterson said that his organizat.[defeat, oniy the lea~,ue leadin~[terestin- duel wit~,' a fiw ru" 8akerton league leaders last Sunoay, a home new athletic field at'the highlfive Wilt ~ ~ "~"~ion has fa .... ; ..... ,,..~a ~,,, o o~ ~ ,.~ ~ .... - -- -,. ~o~ +, ,~n his *eam's cWinchester I school [ -" ....... lure " ~f ~-~ "~/ _ .. ~,,~ ~yo)~,~,~ ~:.~[Bakerton batsmen and the VFW ]spree in the seventh and added ,,, .unner , I , . .I ~*inisning mira in me oatting --,- zt a .z~u lover me country; mat au tom I are now considered any longer to ~*w" "~ore t~Uie~ in the eighth ' nwnnie lyenS'eW ; t a[sb: ef, Sa = itw'thutnhe i hThje C j Ws l deD=srGrweighC:r. S ' aa'Sragf 'Kptech n 97 i l beB ktfe de,end,ng ,eague l Y Y Corbm one of the lea ues most Magaha 29 5 172 the freest research orgamzatmns forthe Virginians. boro CMd~ Hi~,h with two for:] . ." '-. . . g .... ......... ".o.[,. ,,. ................. .,Ichampins, stretched their vic-/hits for BerkeleyPlace. O " "" ~" ' I OUtstancllng vitcaers was also tlle lvvautlllUl~ O0 ~ ,10~ |Ira tll~ IJUUlltly iClll~ tll~tl. ~u/o V~, I fnl,~" ~fro~k" t~ ~iwa ,o~neat,~fiwo [ T aa~z~t,vl,~ n,~-,r,~di~ 11 hotter. #a )T'[kT/'~ ml[21"ll~ mOT g'~tr~TTXTm~J" L;4-,-,l~;~..~.. much t- ~" imer rivals, James Wood ofWin-lchampion home run hitter of the!Reid 9 0 000,their 550 million dollar grosslL='_'__:".L.TL ~-" ,~'~'~..?Z'~'-~-'[~L~-~'~/~.'L"".~."" vy .... u ..... ~S "'7' .,,,~ ~.~ l~-~,-,~x~ rn~,-----.~; ~' ""~]ehester. Va and Gaithersbur , ,, I ..... : ..... wa .... a~ o . ",,.. I o~h~o ~.,.~ .......... ..... ... igame~ wttu a u-a vwtory over ltae platte in a seven run rally ill . . " . league wire six Ann Deln an all x~uwa~ua ,~ u .~ ~,~ ,asc .~a~ wan ~xu,,, ~w " . ' . . Ray Jameson, former Charles Town Legmn in- [(Md.) H gh hawng been dropped. .... ,-o- ICovle 7 0 [nroducts that the,, had developed {Winchester:.Va'' while the.sec [the fifth mnmg to wallop Sleepy - ........ .... _v^ra e R ~Others on the Panther schedule~ .......... ~ 7"'" ~'WTM '~ "?'"i..,~. ^ _ "'='-Y~l~ ........ ~. _. ~" lone place vr'w racked up meir[Creek Kenny Antlers and Randy ,~s sllellaCKlng uau zor a zma .oo e . uy I ....... Idled the catching chores his u annon u o ooo inuring me past iIve years. ,., ..... ,. = ....... ,... .... : ........... ' ' " ' " ! * tlllltl t1~Ulpll Ill ~i IUW Uy blIU, U I~N~][I~aCN CO|le~T.e(l [llr~e sateues tected 25 hits in 47 ti es at bat for his lofty mark. l ncmoe ~ne!r long-time .rwa [team when he was not working, YANKEES [ The speaker said that the Mid. n,oo 'Pamaha k Ra I.o i ........ ,,. *~.,.a a .;:. v, eyser retersourg, ~erKeiey ,- -.-~ .............. a~ ,.,~,~,,,,, ~,u,, a., .,,.u~ ,,v~,~- ~'P ,,v~r .~:~~~,, ~xr,,,a ~,~a F~ir [Springs, Martinsburg, Beall High lnthe, munda~erth~e..Ddger~s Lanham 54 26 .480[durin. the nest 1'/- -ears andt--In other games, Berkeleylmn m its last four siarts, with .... ,.,--~,-, l:*~ ...... ~ ....---,a ........... .~, " "- i of Frostburg, Md and Harpers ;:~s?,?- ?2 .... %,,-,.,~ y. .... z --,*olrerks 46 21 .459 i tha~ ~e" now have:~5~ s- "" I Flace moved into a tie mr tourth[a 13-hit assault. k> aturda urt m me mmme oz me season y , q Stoops in a great pitching duel, 1-0, S Y, /Ferry " [: ... I L. Corbin 47 21 .445 I of floor s"ace Because of auto" {place by, walloping the{Winches.-{' Joe Nicewarner limited Sleepy ...._.P~,nvnl .fn .......... their seennd trni rhto Little Lea ue. n Three of _.*heir onnon nts,.,, are I Eddy Whittington of the UUDS, Noland 40 11 .2751 ,_l-. - . v ...... . r ter z e exs 10.3 and Leetown tookl Creek to a Six hits including a :h mpionship inn Contest staged in Front Royal. [Bi-St,te Conference foes-Berkel, l.f!n,ished in a. tie with Corbin for[Rouss 48 13 .271io era ent 'e fact .Wwi h a;ou [Over sixth place by ~crushing]thi-ee bagger by Shepherd. e S ri tmra place m me ~atting race ware 41 8 196 v ~ ~leepy ~reeK ~-a. , o y p rigs, Boonsboro and Her PROCOPIO, the We'st Virginia University catcher [pers Ferry "{also. hitting .389, while Buddy{Davis 51 8 "15si75ctempJyeeSan herieginalsPr c [ Wayne "Jamison pitched a[LOWNDES'WATSON FAMILIES ~, ............ [ The complete schedule follows" |Lannam of the Yankees, was fif lBarron 30 4 11331 ...... v y , _ .. Isteady seven hitter and his bro-I HELD REUNION JULY 30th maying with the Harrmonourg tva.) 'turKs Ol ~;ne [ .. ~ ... . '| th with a .480 mark. Evans 23 2 .087 it.ape a~..a omer aan.eswes, aes~aes ther, Ray continued his torridI The aescendants of the late tll 1 of the ~ept 8 Komney vs t;nar~es S thers ~ ~ th a n mese mey are making many nun ey League, is hitting .351.Bobby Rime ]_ ._ " . _ | ix o f'n'shed e se so Kerns 24 2 .0831 ......... ~hitting with three for four asl Lloyd Lowndes and Lydia Hyatt , Town, home ame a~ ~ p m ureas oz omer proaucts SUCh as 'orest Deacons is leading the club with a .355 mark. I g [ with a better than .400 batting Ramey 2 1 .5001 h ....... [Bakerton retained its two and a [ Watson of Jefferson County held p otograpmc accessories, roonng S old Washington Senators has a ! Sept 15-Charles Town vs Key-Imark Hummer ~ ' 1 0 0001 .......... {half game lead over VFW Veter | their annua! fafaily reunion at m~e~ u~ ~.e "~' " I ' I " " " "I etc. ne said mat some oi meir " I ~ ' tc . h the H rn nbur ser in Keyser at 2 p.m. Donald Tombhn of the Giants Oden 2 0 .000 ...... an southpaw Lawrence Buckner he Commumty Center at Bardane ] Sept. 23-Petersburg vs Charleslfmlshed xth m the order wtha Warrenfeltz 0 0 .0001 ..... . .- worked the first e~ght mnmgslon Sunda:f, July 30th. There hmg zecord to date, also wit a so g " " si " i glue product~ a,~ ~ strong that ....... a pmce aaneswe coma sus .. [Town in Charles Town at 2:30. [.475 average; Greg Stevens of the tB. Perks 0 0 .oool_ .a ..... , ..... I for Winchester being tagged for{were thirty-two members present .... ..Y ......... I n .... Cho,U n Braves was seventh with a .471[ INDIANS iv ........ Ill hits. Ronnie Pyles had a hom l from Virginia and West Virginia. ABOUT tna~ new tile IlOOr in ~nenanaoan towns ]l o~v,. -~- .................. P" "{was' mark; Kenny Wasson of the Cubs n -"-- 9 .410[u . S..C.S. o!. The In .... , . Town in Charles Town at 3m I McKee 3 16 The W f b house And we might add records continue to .... eitghth with a 469 mark and . . __ ..... Metho. [ .... ; ........ -" .... n:-h* r^k I Oct. 14-BerKeley~prmgs VSlTer-" Rowland of ti~e Giants was r~i~e 49 17 .34t~lmSt tmurch here wm nora a rum, le ~oar~ m n~ nil;or III~TIL ~tL bllt~ lg b b ~t; a.v .... g ............ :" [ Charles ToWn in Charles Town, I _,_.. -'ith - "~" ........ nd Senseney 41 14 .3401 mage sale this Friday and Satur. i_ l r I n arclay nlglat, lz,',l inns maoe nelr way nrougn [at 3 p.m. [ ewe.. l erks ' t e '?anfeestDorsey 44 14 .3201day in the buildiag vacated by] IIm lilW t$1til stiles to lunk down a mutuel handle OI ~iDO0, 3 ; er 40 1 75 Mrs McCaule on Charles St " P " [ Oct. 20-Martinsburg vs Charles[made the to,, ten with a 459 Ock 1 .2 ] y reet[ ~ I ~ ~ ~ lil lU~ I[TWnuat Coboum Stadium in Mar{{mark" ~" " . ~a:akSOn 3 Ilia Charles Tow~. ~ |l ~--~ f-=-~-ar-w-2,---r-~~~ tinsn g at 8:30, Others who finished the season l Y " - .. ! RECORD HOP Mrs. Virginia Shull, Mrs. Mary[ Oct. 28-Charles Tcwn vs Beall[with a 400 or better mark were Shockey 17 4 .236 i Carper 32 5 .155/ a mn m ------- I Lou Zombro and sons of Falls[High in Frostburg. [Leeds Corbin of the Yankees Coulter 10 2 .200 [ Boston 3 0 .000 L * , ~, w Girls are going to Church, Va, Mrs. Stanley W. Nov. 4-Charles Town vg Hal,- [ with ~ ~4~t. ra;oh.m McKee of Manuel 22 4 .181 | Kirk 6 0 .000 i tl~[~ll]l~ ..- ~l~ll~.. ~ ~ll I . ...... [ ........................ r'ilma- 25 4 161!Mauck ~ 6 , N,,,/ ~in~,~,m~ ...m~ n. ,,~ d hop Wednesday, Zomoro ancl lviasters venme/pers terry a~ .arpers terry a~lthe indians with a 410 mark '~ " " v ,,tam t at the tennis court [Hough and Mike Hough of Ran 12:30 p.m. [and Danny 'Nichols of" the Dod- " - '~'~ - - " -~ " 10:00p. m.Ad~eSl~n ~d:dlh~ ~:te~Pan:ean/_o . ~ [gers withe .400 mark. " " - : ann nn ,,nr K In Following are the batting aver m IMartinsburg on Sunda, /a Halts Leonons I ...... USE THIS COUPON j nunuou nu nn / lages t6r [he pmy'ers on each oz * ' l!l~l~ . I[111 JiV i " . . ' the six league teams at the close ! _. [Game Wdh Prnnters t the season: TO SUBSCRIBE TO TIlE A e mrm ,e BKkU [ [[ The Charles Town Amer'an[~ "DODGERS. ' ~ ~dl~J~l'li~ ~ IIOIN~I~i~DI~ ' Legion baseballers, after having'C ,,,me_ , ..... ,,,. A,,: SPIRIT OP JffFER OH .. ADVOCATE UII| BKkU otten o uurcKe ol/ zo .a z * . It g ff to a bad start Sunday, . , | Corbm 45 22 489 I' of the bia bonanza! l looked as though they were in I..ichols 20 8 "400 Or ~ it along to a friend or use it to C~H~.~T~i~ ~~ r ~ mid 11 ,, . ~mmm~m~m~ m mmmw m~l~m mi ma~ r --.~ --.. .... 1[ [the st of a real comeback[n ...... ,, extend or renew your own subscript[on. . ~o-s **~,. 11 [ Sunday afternoonwhen the rains I ~,~,:o~_ ~',~ ;'~"~=~ - - MONDIY -- HELL DI~]~IIt, ~/~/- lUi~y WagIlel" '~U 10 ,)~;.) " v,~w,,~, . .~*...w-, ,ram v,,,-,~ Sh~mndooh'$Tbe came and forced cancellation of " Please start sending me the Splrlt of .... Shetmndooh'$ The I I.- ir a ............ [ Kastle 45 13 .289 ., ,,. .... W?dll~,Z~ COVINGTON mid ~ ~ Tmdd NI. ~ ~ | me g me Wltrl me union Friar- / urh;,~ 9a ~ oa~ jeIier 0n - AQVO~ge. ,~me,mmm~= ~v~ v ~t~ ~ =,~ ~av ~ , Woo~0-o,-- ~ o ,~21~7~/~!~!!!!! [ .... .......... !1i ...~i. ~~:i i[ [ i'--'i'i [ " .' [ [ [ [ ;![--[--" " . v~w, aaaa. tau..a~ .u~ at. ~x ..~~= ~'= ~,o~ommy~oentWe~e~,' .~V', C'~, ........................".'. .......... ,. .... , .... . ~u ~ W!IaON do~e-ll~ [/w~thher brother and, s~ster-m.law W. Hill 56 29 .51S $3.50 Per Year, Plus 10 ets. tax m West Virginia [ ~ ~ ~l~ ~ar I [Mr. and Mrs. George R. Pierce i Stevens 53 25 .471 ' I | of Martinsburg. 1 Frazier 36 13 .360