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I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE II as to the over-all strength and just how many games will win, you can take it from us right now that Charles Hi h's '66 Purple Panthers will take the field on Sep- t 2 at Romney', a well-conditioned and drilled to the Lt degree in high school football fundamentals as you care to see anywhere. Head Coach Doug Lutman, a hard worker every minute he is on the field, oh'early has uad believing that they can develop into a fairly form- outfit this Fall. And his assistant, George Zamberlan, somewhat the heavy side, is a chap who thrives on the leather crack and demands plenty of hustle and work from his linemen.. The combination of Lutman Zaznberlan., it seems to us, and we have only watched a few times so far, have the football situation well in at this early stage of the season... ! SMpherd College --- AUGUST 25, 1966 SECTION--B 6riddm T0 Be#n f ---- i i ... SPORTS SECTION --- Practice Monday I ~~DONRENTCH--SPORTSEDI~'R"'~ BYDONRENT'-"~ Jessel~ig~leman,-----'-headcoachof[BYDONREN--~H i ! PICTURES Although .art|a, returns in the Shepherd College football / After laboring through two bad on the pr'e-sea, son drills, they team and his assistants, will be-|seasons in which victory became nr~n't enm,gh vet to form any gm Monday doing what all the/almost a remote pos~ibility, the ------ -;-2:; ".e-:-k,.u u. ~ ~,~--SZ:'-~ =,;~,,.~v ........ ~o ,. J~"~ .......... other schol,astic coaches of the ,|Shepherdstown High Cardinals The battle for the champion- ------mint - secuon ann area nave oeen aolng what the 1966 Charles Town High ....... [are bound to be a better ball ship of the Sleepy Hollow Golfi ....,.__._. m..m,...=~.~ / gad" ..... m~chin~,,,_ ..il_w" ! __ha like' ..... But tor me past two weeks - - putting | club this season. Why? Because and Country Club will be on theI "~R~-~V P||][][~" __~NEWS AI~ t there are a number of things are ~s. 1966 gad proteges through/hend coach Jimmy Kessel has ~ine Saturday afte~*noon, weather, |.L| I | |.||~||. I: already clear. One of them is that meLr pre-se.a~n urms.. ..... | seven veterans back from last permitting, and play could be a R~. l~.h~.~ II.~.o. "" --""--- ~~ ~ho n~i now Pantht~r coachin~ ~oacn ruggieman sala ne win|years team as a good nucleus for repeat of last year's final battle, ~-a ........ ~'~- ~~~~~J~ ! ~ff'~'f~t;nd-th--~v-roallv-hav~ have his first meeti~ng with hisla starting eleven, and all of them with the paAring in the title match th~--e'ir "world-c--tit" out'for-th'em in football candidates Sunday after/are bigger and certainly more ex- expected to match Bill Benton, l~iuht nf us motored to Mar. ~etting the Panther squad ready noon when they will be reporting, perieneed, that last year when ~'~h ~r~ 7:s~mP::rn aandnMere-ti~iaurg Cotmtry Club Thursday, for their first big battle of the ,in at the. college and then Mon-| most of them were going through no~ ~n ~,~t f,r Son) 2, whichday mormng at 9 o clock the first / their first baptism of grid combat. ' Y ' " " p" August llth for a Home and Benton reached the champion- 14,~mo mn~.eh with that club It "~,~'n~a:weXawav .... ireal workout will get underway. | W, hile its true Coach Kessel in~P;u~i.~orrojoU0~nde:f6PlaaYdb~. ?:ea~ was"~the--usual" hot and humid "I~ug Lu,tman, the new Panther ! Between 45 ,and 50 dbOYus are ] and his assistant Bill Osbourn, g , n . ~ . Jefferson Cotmty summer day As B 1 - expectea to oe on nanunoay . head coach, has a reputatio~ for . . ........... le n the for a skull session and to receive ~ may experience some trouble had putting trouble mrougnout a matter of fact Polly Moore finding experienced replacements most of the match Polen reacnea "o " l ol me t " " BY ~ A ~ ROWI~ gerund a ,o~ zrom a lz,t~ o . , " 3 kzn t d o wind up the gridiron. And thi~ newest assign- their football practme gear. / to fill a few of the holes left in " g y the finals by taking a hard-fought car window.~ a " '~ t " " d ' rum eve " e u ___ __u_ ._ _s tt mloh_ ram. man? ha ha~ ~aken -n definitely Coach Rlggleman said Toad ] the Cardinal forward wall by last e~zsaon f : . St . . Smith on ~. p And, as a matter of fact it did! ~ ~m~ ................... b i ' ..... " Warner will be ack ago n this ~s presenting h~m once again th~s ........ . vne matcnes aetermmmg me wonn.rful wet drenehin~ rain :ONDITIONED GRIDDERS same challenge year t or two weegs to neip mm winners of the championship and ~uT~e-~r~n~ the 'skies and ~f0und Wlth .nh, ~i(. ovno.l.noad bow whip his .team into shape. Other ~her flights are in the last week ~,~ all ovor t, ha golf enur.~a~ in .ur ~'_~J~L~:'~,~Y~2'~;~6~"~anther members of the Coaching staff " " i-- nl a " su h ............................... ba~ ,.u,n ~.v ....... ' oz pray wm. o y ,~ew. cr lit~l,e electric carts, driving l~ke toam whi*h thawed a 7-3 record will be John Spencer of Shep- POSSIBLY it is a bit early to make any predict- ~]o'ach"i~u~man'~and t~is" ve ca ' herdstown and Hugh Keatley, also matcneSThe final" remammground mZOatehese piayea.com the___devil.._oto ~et to shelter .... But ry P* ' " not a SOUl complained about be- JUST received our copy of the '66 West Virginia football brochure and it's a dandy. Eddie Bammtt, genial little publicity man for the Mountaineers has come With another fine job . . Step up and take a bow, fellow, nice piece of work... NOTE: Jack Nicklaus, asked how he missed an 18- : "The same way you do," he replied.. to Mrs. Calvin Fleming, wife of the plumb- and heating man, 'Cal" who brought several prize cucum- from their garden on Jefferson Avenue. They are real and will certainly give our tossed salad a big boost hot summer evenings... able assistant George Zamberlan, of Shepherdstown. are battling a heavy load of prob- lems in rebuilding what they hope will be another good Pan- ther team, or at least one which will be able to hold their own~q~C'ua~ .," with any of the opposition on the 1966 schedule. The problems include teaching * not orfly the half dozen experienc- ed Panthers a completely new de- fensive and offensive system of play, but first giving the new- comers to the squad the basic fundamerRals of the game and then bringing them along also under the new formations. TWO PROBLEMS SOLVED Coach Lutman said this week, that he feels he has solved two of the major offensive problems which faced him at the outset -- that of finding good replacements for the cemer and quarterbaeking spots left vacant with the graduat. io~a of Pierce Burr and Dougie Perk~ It now appears as though Rich- ie Mills, a tough and rugged 160- pound senior, is showing great promise in the center slot, Jim- my Hammond, a big 170-pound sophomore, is also showing real promise as a good back-up man for Mitts in this position. front Club House at Shenandoah ! Leeds Corbin, a junior, is proving reads: "Double Header Labor Day. Post Time 2 and NICE TO have a visit from our long-time friend up way, Lt. Col. J. W. 'Ben' Benjamin and his son last Thursday. 'Ben' has been the real wheel- a number of years at the fine Greenbrier Military grinding out reams of excellent publicity among m m- other tasks which he has shouldered. me nbers of the Cumberland Valley Volun- to be a real promising replace- mere for Perks, Coach Lutman said. But with very little exper- ier~ce under his belt, and moving into probably the most inticate job on the team, Corbin is going ~o have to work harder and longer on the quarterbacking job than most of the other boys Lutman said. And he is doing just that. He is a good big boy, standing 6-ft and weighing about 170 pounds, and he had real potentials for making a fine signal ca~er, but he ,lacks the experience in ball- ha~ling, signal calling and fak- ing which comes only in combat action, Coach Lutman said. It takes about two years to develop a good quarterback, Lutman stat- ed, but Corbin could prove to be an exception and make it good this year. At least he is working hard at the job. WRh John McCullough, a form- er Berkeley Springs High grid star and a new member of the TURN TO PAGE 2-B Association, who are l olding their big party this week, Shenandoah Downs will stage a race Friday night for a group of 500 or more members ests .... NORWOOD, the former Charles Town Legion star managed the Luray (Va.) Colonials to their second Valley Baseball League championship last week, his team racked up Shenandoah 8 to 1 to win the title.. GOLF NOTE: This should possibly go in Bar- "Pretty Putters" column, but we'll let Barb say at the golf banquet coming up this Fall. One to another on the golf course (not the Sleepy-Hollow however,) "Do you have a handicap?" , "Yes ... girdle is killing me. ! !" . .. With 51 boys already signed up and prospects for possibly anot- her half dozen still to report with the opening of the 1966-67 school term, the Charles Town Junior High football squad may be the largest in numbers this year in the history of the school. Head Coach Harry Barker said this morning (Thursday) that a total of 43 of the 51 boys who have indicated their intentions of playing junior high football this year, have been working out regularly each morning and that when school starts the number could jump to 50 or more, The boys are being put through a three-hour pry-season training period each morning, the training consisting mainly of calisthenics and no football gear. This after- noon (Thursday) the boys were to be issued regular practice equipment and Thursday morn~ hag they will be put through a period of blocking, tackling, etc. Norman Howell, who has been assisting Coach Barker with the ience at the quarterback|rig slot this season in Larry Boyd and Mark Osbourn. They shared that position, frequently last season with the departed Kenny I~we, and this experience should make the Cardinal offense move more smoothly this season. Coach Kessel also has two other veterans backfield men back ,this year in Ricky Wright ,one of the best little ball play6rs in the sec. tion and Run Kidrick. And what will the Cardinal line be like? Well that's a quest- ion not answerable at this time since not ~ll the expected Card- inal grid candidates have report- ed for the pre-season drills Turn To Page 2-B pleted the past week were in the ing soaking sopping hair-Straggl. Jura|or High athletic program for the past several years, is helping to drill ~e boys. Coaches Barker ann Howell have until Sept 14 to get their charges ready for combat as the eight-game schedule which has been lined up doesn't begin until that date. The schedule shows such teams as Hedgeswille, Mussel man and Harpers Ferry two games #ach, North High of Mar- tinsburg and Handley High of Winchester, Va. A complete roster of the squad will be ready for publication next week, Coach Barker said. By that time all the boys who have not yet joined the squad, but who plan to do so so when the school term opens, will also be working out. Be Wise -- Advertise m third flight where Elwood Heir- or~imus defeated Marshall Brown 5'~he-- fourth fl~ight championship match was also completed last week with Col Shoemaker edging Charley Clendenning one up in 19 holes. In the 5th flight Joe Servis and Carl Merchant reached the finals ing wet (which we all most cert. a&nly were). We sat in the lounge by defeating their opponents Ralph Board and Guy Davis by identical scores. with our gracious hostesses and watched the rain as we ate a de- licious lunch. Only one foursome had com- pleted 18 holes so we agreed to take the standings from 14 holes of play and the results are: Mar. tinsburg 5 points; Charles Town 3. Low gross and low net were: Ann Eyler and Judy Licklider for Martinsburg and Polly Moore and Martha Smith for C. T. Thanks, think you're most likely to shoot for n, ine holes; you carry a little flag around the course while play. ing; when you have reached the score you chose, for nine holes you put down the flag; the one whose flag is farfl~est in from wins. Ginny Dorsey didn't put her flag down until number 10 fair- way and she was the winner. Mar- tha Smith won low putts. For the first time this year we had a small number of players-six-att- ending. Let's tit to turn out en masse next time. (By the way, Prez. ttammann gave notice tha~ TO FREDERICK SUNDAY Martinsburg, for a wonderful Members are also urged to Last Thursday-s Ladies Day was sign up for the Frederick team a Flag Tourrrament. It goes like match as soon as possible. At this: "you choose the score you this date 28 have signed up, but 36 are needed to complete the team. Tee off time will be 10 a. m. in Frederick. the Bakerton batsmen who 'have been battling back after falling TRI-couN~ LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Team W. .L behind in early season action, moved out in front in the close league race Sunday. Bakerton's come-from-behind 7-4 victory over third place Leetown Sunday, gave them a full game and a half over their cross-county rivals and also a full game lead over the Toma- hawk batsmen, who dropped into second-place with a 13-12 loss to the Sleepy Creek team. At the same time the Shepherds town team assurred themselves of at least a four-place post in the league standings with the opportunity to move up even higher before the end, when they scored an 11-6 victory over Cha- rles Town. With both Bakerton and Toma- hawk still having five games to play and Leetown four, one of "LOOK," in its annual telescope look, has the Cowboys and Green Bay Packers on top in their res- loops. In the American League, the New York Jets Diego are expected to hit the jackpots... TERN TO 2---B Winning Bakerton 14 3 Tomahawk 13 4 Leetown 13 5 Shepherds, town 11 7 Sleepy Creek 7 10 Winchester 5 13 Charles Town 4 14 Great Cacapon 3 13 O SUNDAY'S RESULTS Bakerton 7 Leetown 4 Sleepy Creek 13 Tomahawk 12 Shepherdstown 11 Charles Town 6 GAMES FOR AUGUST 28 Leetown at Shepherdstown Sleepy Creek at Bakerton Charles Town at Gainesboro Great Caeapon at Tomahawk ---- O -- --- ARhough the Tri-County Lea- them against Tomahawk, the lea- gue baseball war has some four gue race is still very much in or five weeks of battling to go doubt. before the league championship Legtown started off as though is decided about mid-September, they planned to take the B~akerton boys in stride, by roUing to a 4-1 lead in "~he first four frames. Jack Burch and Leland Bradley led the Leetown hitting attack in Only Shenandoah Downs Has the Exciting Twin Doublet Only Shenandoah Downs Off Thoroughbreds Under Million Watts of Ughtl Post 11'im 7:1S Although they couldn't seem to find the right combination to get them into the victory column at least once during the 15.game 1966 schedule, the B raves never gave up trying and on numerous oc. casions they appeared to be on their way to breaking their losing streak, only to fall behind in the home stretch. Members of the team as shown above are: Front row (left to right)--Doug Lance, bat boy; Bob Ott, Billy Cabell, Freddie Morrison, Roger Fraley, Robert Lanham and Joe Pierce. Back row (left to right)--Robert Ott, manager; Bobby Dooling, Roger Stewart, Jimmy Bowers, Gregg Lance, David Frazier, Steve Ruth and Norman Wiilingham, assistant mnaager. Robby Huyett, another member of the squad, was not present when the picture was taken. (Photo by Tim Sinn.) she will preside over the IA3A meeting on Thursday, September 15th, just before we tee off for Ladies Day. Keep it in mind ) Barbara Hooper this surge But then Leetown pushed over three runs in the fifth frame and three more in the sixth ~to go ahead and stay in front the rest of the way. Singles by Sonny Morgan, Bucky Gard- ner and A,l~in Russell, plus a cou- ply of errors produced the three fifth inning runs for Bakerton and in the sixth a hit batsmen. walk and singles by Gardner. Morgan and. Lowery produced TURN TO,PAGE 2-B | BY DON RENTCH The Ha~ers Ferry High foot. bailers, normally one of the bet- ter Class "A" grid teams in section, until last season when they won only three games, tied one and dropped six, will have the experience to do better this season, but the big question is will they have the manpower. No footba/l team can lose boys like Gary Hall, Gary Longerbeam Mike Stoneberger, Lewis Hooe, Granville Longerbeam, Robert Can|ford, D~ckie Paige, Wayne Ballenger, and Danny Lancaster, and not be hurt by their leaving. Halt, the two Longerbeam boy~ Hooe and Stoneberger, were all lost via graduation, while the other four have been lost through ineligibility either by age or studies. Howard Jackson, the new head coach of the Tiger squad said i Monday, the first full day he had worked out with the squad, that he had not had an opportunity to see just what the potentials are for a winning Tiger team this season. For more than a week assistant Varsity coach Judson Romine, Bob Rizzo, who ~1 be handling the Junior High grid program at Harpers Ferry, had been putting the 18-man Tiger squad through a pry-season conditioning pro- gran~ Then Monday morning when Coach Jackson arrived on the scene after complet,ing Sum- mer schooling at West Virginia University, the Tigers were start- ed on a three-session per day schedule. With two additional prospects having reported Monday morning the squad now numbers 20 but head coach Jackson s~id he ani.- cipates at least another four or five boys when the 1966-67 school term gets underway. With 14 of the 20 boys workitlg out having had either regular and reserve experience with last year's Varsity squad, Coach Jack son's Tiger team could provide a lot of headaches for many of the opponents on their 10-game sche- dule. But with their opening bat- fie set for Friday night, Sept. 2, at Strasburg (Va.) High School, the Tiger's don't have much time to get ready for a battle wl~ieh is, expected to be a tough one. The Strasburg eleven is expect- ed to be the best the Virginia School has had in years, with nine regt~lars back from last year's team. By holding three sessions dally, the first beginning at 8:30 a. m. .and the last ending around 5 p. m., Coach Jackson hopes to be able to find out quickly what the potentials of each man on the squad is and thus cast each into the position which he most likely will fit and play this season. The Tigers ~ave the potentials of a veteran backfield, with Lee Turn To Page 2-B ......... I Dedicated to Serving Pharmaceutical Needs with All Precision ervln our eal For prescriptions compounded with professional accuracy and precision --- for all your health needs --- we are at your service. STUCK & ALGER PHARMACISTS Dial 725-2621-Charles Town, W. Va. I I , II I