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gPIRIT OF! ffEF ERSON ADVOeA $ i r=vn ~r anu inelz v/m m I][ TEe secuona!lana area scnolas,l SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE i THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1961 l J l , c or For tl t / ' II __..._ arle ,. I ,,., . I , juv. v/t: ,, - Title; 'd , n t ew u r ,ys t ,t II " ! BY M A BROWN :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ......... . ....................... Sei I! , __ :iii ii: :i:!i: ii -, n ~.~ rl.v rl,,,r~T~ .~,rl~o~ ~ ~ ~ t ~ TEAM W L Pet. since there is only one more ,eag l '. zlk I ............... " ........... ~ ~ ~ ~ IBakerton 17 2 894 ue game scheduled after the Sun I ! ; used to be many years ago that the traditional Labor 5i!~~ ~ ~!iii~ I ~ Martinsbur" VFW 15 4 "789 day battles Should, however, the I i~ 4 "%, I r baSeball double_i~eaders here between the Charles ~ i::::(:zi:ii:: i~ ::: . ~ii ' ~] ' Berkele l'~aee l0 8 "555' VFW boys stop the Senators, , ,,f ill m Legion and the Quint[co Marines attracted upwards ~:il]:.i:;: ;:iii F:ii!:i;;i~:~; iii~i ~ii~ii~;~: Slee ~reek 9 9 "5;0 then the" crown would remain i'nl ~i ~ 1,000 or more fans. Now another Labor Day double ii!iii~i ~ ~ ~i~ Winchester Rebels .... 9 9 500 :,doubt~. until the actmn ,set fol" La , ii ! faction has forged to the front and on Monday General ~ ~ ~ I~ ITomahawk 513 .278'r [gay. i I ~i ~. I n f Leetown 513 278 Both the Bakerton batsmen niger Bob Leavitt will offer the race fans a a ten oon i I ' , I I ii I ...... ~ ' ~ ~ Winch ster 313 t671and the VFW boys kept u the, ~ ~:f~ ':" [ evenmg rune card program each ,n a b,ff hohday twin U I .. ...... II ::,,. ! 1 ' SEPTEMBER" 3 , ruggeo Battle they nave Been ~ z ;!;:i at beautiful Shenandoah Downs The'ell be two i 1 I I [ imamtamm al I I ..... > ! ,t-times one at 2 and the other at 7 p.. m. Two Big Bo- i ~ ,~ [] [Leetown at Tomahawk ]start of thg sea:olStthiSipCet shrill ~ ~:: ~, i zas but onl one 1 adm]smon Come earl and : i ~ / Berkeley Place at Sleepy Creek i ....... " I I " I) , i y ( ) "~ S"P'" " " Y ~ l ~ m i , ,~x~ .............. ~ ........ : uay oy scoring victories again. I I Y late, is Ed Blake s mottoLa t y a ay i~!~ [] [] i , I The m ' s e r's Labor D .. zble header attracted a crow t of 13,000 fans who sent | I /winchester at w. Rebels team ! il,000 through the machines to smash all West Virginia Although head coach Kenneth Sims, and his able assistant William Jordan are countil~g heavily[ Septemner turn what ao eared to be defeat ll DON RENTCH I and attendance nl~rks for a ~slngle day of racm g. upon. a number of sophomore .and junior candidates, to round out the 1961 edition of the Charles, Town] W. Rebels at Leetown into a 9,-7 v'lctory over the Sleepy" I I Hngh football team there will be a number of seniors in the offensive and defensive line-ups when Bakerton at Berkeley Place ;rook hafumon Tho vio~rv wacl~''" ~111 _ 0 game~ time ..... rails around September 8 or 9 whichever day the game with Romney tligh is played and/Slee,~-~.. Creek at Gerrardstown~ [ ~=~.:."tue e~gntn"--K::'L"':k'-L';-~'"':':t~CunseCuUve ~or 7"'~me I t~.~UI..~,~- ~nurn~w~r~,....,. .... ,,,. OWD,-PLEASERS Coaches Ssm.s and Jordan are shown in the above pscture dsscussmg some new defensive formations/q~ .... ha,,,~ a Win,, ester ............. I -_ ...... " ' e with some seven of the 14 seniors trying out for the team Those shown in the picture are left "~'"" "~ " ~"" ~enato s ,- u yally Pil.)p, w!}o ,once f~rst~-based fol~the N w York to right:--Tommy Specht, a candidate for the quarterbacl~ post; Don Ballenger, who is l)eing/ The championship of the Tri. !games. [tic football teams for the muM; aKees, 1;rllnKS ~ne zv -l oys, zvmr]s ano zwanue are color- switched to ~ halfback post this season; Tommy Crane, a halfback candidate; Coach Bill Jordan[County Baseball League could be Meanwhile the second place[part will be presenting a lot o~ ~.. He commentsthat "neither has the color of Babe and Joe Cloud, a guard candidate. In the group to the right of the picture are. left to right:---/ decided Sunday when the defend VFW boys kept their title hopes[new faces this season and a glan- fh XT,. v~.44,~.. 1...... o*a~r 1~,~,~ ~,,~ .~;fh~ hif~ fhov'll Tommy Doyle who shows promise of being one of the top centers in the section" Larry McCormick in e h i s. the l alive, chalking u their seventh ce at the schedules shows that ............................r ................... r .......... ~ "-cld r ' . -. ,_' .......... ...... " .:: ....... :/ g 1 ague c amp on . . Bak- P I - ter hit the crowd-pleasing 'complete' homers that the , ~a e p ospee, ~oacn ~ms, ann ~viarvm oo[tson, atso a tackle canmuate, trnoto oy 'l~m ~mnl lerton Senators play host to the!consecutive victory in downing I many of the teams will be head, ~a .~;,~ " - - [top contenders for the title the]Berkeley Place 4-2. The VFW ling for a quick showdown. By the ...... ^ l ll g*L-.I--- I'..... UI--L P.*.J C.... J D_!__ ~,J---J /Martinsburg VFW on the Baker-lnow have a 15-4 record for thelend of the first or second week NANZA TICKETS u-- elan ,narles /own nlqn mlU ;)qudu DeUlq DrleleU [ton diamond at 2:30. season, l of play many of the area teams I ~ = " [ The Bakerton team holds a two I No report was received on two [will have already been fully test ~ig Bonanza players have started buying their tickets I tgame lead over the VFW bats- I Tri-County tilts scheduled Sun- led and the results will according~ unches--and nqt necessarily mixing them up as shown I I men and a win Sunday for the day which matched Tomahawk at I lY show where the gridiron strea two winners last week. The $3,000 Big Bonanza on t I Senators could clinch the crown Turn To Page 2--B I Turn To Page 2.--B day night went to a man and his wife who held identical I I .... horse winners. And on Saturday the two $5,011 pay- l I ' s went-to a single ticket holder who had what it took ] I . buy two identical tickets without hedging. Some have I I the percentage in buying two identical tickets. None I I " all if you happen to win the whole thing, as Saturday's [ [ idicapper did. But if a third party also had come up ] I :h six winners, two tickets in the $10;000 pool would / "/ " e been worth $6,666, instead of $5,000 that one would I | .... - _ :e earned Nothing like protecting your investment I .................. t .... -- -_ " t unarms Town ttign ~cnooi s ~-man too~oall squaa is snown taking a arief breakfrom the rugged] ~:~.~,~:-'~ULi ~ ,!~ : ~ 0--------- I tackling and blocking routines which they he~ve been going through at Charles Town Legion field| ~~t~~~ ,,,,~ ENIUS AT WORK" l sinee August 15, while Coaches Kenneth Sims and William (Bill) Jordan brief them on some of the/ .....~ ............ .~ /~_. --- : . ]~oo,~,,m ,,~ ............... ,, xV ..,m ~nnhn l new defensive and offensive formations to be used this season. The above picture shows one of --- - - _ 3,~ ~,,;, ...... ~,,~- o,~zo ,; .... ~ .......: ....,,~v~. .... l eral offensive teams which Coach Sims has been using to run plays, being enlightened on some of-| - -- -:- IIIi~=~ IN_..._J.ll I_ x is to ~ne mounu zney SnOUI(1 put up a sign: L~enlus ] fens[re formations as the reminder of the squad looks on and listens, Coach Sims said this week/ --~" ~ -- .~;~..~.-~~~ " ' h " "!1 ..... Work --that he s a master craftsman, e ts st~ not sure yet who will be on the starting offenswe and defensive teams. Most of the pore-| C0~At~ Sidtd0ono .0tullt~" ~~ - -[ -. - ~- - " '- --O--------~ [ hons are still wide open to any boy who can show he has what it takes to fill the posts, Sims stated.| widt. L0a~ingMilhti$1%wl4"liff! )~:" - -- "" _:-_ - - ' The Panthers are being put through two practice sessions daily morning and afternoon ::::~:~:~:':~:'*::':~ bUTS SEEKING KEEDY .......... r ....... : ............... : .................. : ......................... / ary Keedy, the former Keyser High School star ath- - t - -- " NAME WT ' "'T / J ~~ .... ~ I !, is playing baseball this summer with the Frostburg, i "/ | o" -rN ltOltt~ l. Merchants of the Pen-Mar Lea..ue and last Sunday I. ll -[lll lllhlll Wll rll[lil I ~MP$[}[-~II~IIh, heaWI~, Ut for the San Francisco Glans and Lefty Bill Hire, :1 i A 1 th. _ --. a Y Y. . ' ._ :: c, " ' " " ttanay Snyuer Ion a- n ....... for the P}ttsburfla P rates lookmg on from the s de- lll IBen Marshall 1856 3/ r ' " " "': " ,1 m mtl4u4#--nu:v my i rt wllV vm I Paxton Marshall 167B: 2/ ' --- IFootball 1!, Veterans I au' Park 145 ~'~/ NOW~J THE TIME tosmmomtmok OTHER FOR LONGERBEAM , } Harwood Kidwiler{ 135 6- , Mary Thomas 1425 9 [ iH Longerbeam, Jefferson Count)s outstanding soft " - I iI itcher hoisted Halltown to the finals of the Win / IJhn Rentch 1305-9 p , - Iv ' | ster City" Softball League last, Saturday with" a tufty" / I Donald....... Duncan 1485- 9 m II =1 O | || ." t " , Jez~ ~zepnens 140 5-11 -hit effort over the R. H. Hummer team. ] If numbers and experience can mores and nine freshmen. Stanley Elliott 150 5-10 an ma mnm.mr, Umlr.Mlmr~~l i~ o-------- /be used as a criterion then the At least a half dozen of the I "UNI""S I ~li~ll~ll~l ~ll lll~ lllVl~ l~l W1~t~l ~l~l~llll~l lllll~lINo t STEST FOR MILE-SIXTEENTH ]football picture at Shepherds- boys were on either the offen-[ a u~ I t he fastest time of the meetin~ at Shenandoah Downs [town High School should not only sire, or defensive teams last sea [Dave Derr 142 6- 2 _ _ , .... , _ , . _ , 1~ " ~ I be bri,,hter durin~ the 11961 sea son with Coach Osbourn havino I Barry Mills 150 5- 7 I AVE! You just can t beat August buys [or sming. It s the time of year wnen t a mile and one-sixteenth was turned in Monday nig! t ]son, but also for at least a few as many as 18 boys who saw a~ ]Terry Sirra 1755- 91 Chevrolet dealers traditionally pull all the stops. You'll find sweeter-than-ever I London Farm s Rockland, $6.80 winner ot ~ne elgntrt I more seasons to come, because least some service last season ] Darrell Parsons 147 6- I ......... ~ ....... L ~ ..... L-- _.'--.a.L ~ ..... =. n~,_ le "-- ........... -cHin- turned the distance in 1"47 ................. ' i Ro"er Fry 120 5 6 t savmgs wa]ung ior you on every ot t~zmvy ~ruc~--xrom ~.v nuzmz~ ~urvau- ~o ~, T xne ~uur-year-um g u g /uoacn wm]am (~m) usoourn Thus when Poa-h Osbourn ,,ott s z " I - ..... -, -. -- - - - -~ - - -' t .... ~ Robert Keller 126 5 10 u to me m]gnt memum ana neavy ou y joos t ome m ana save a ouncue /Winninff as he pleased. Rockland ran up a 10-length /and his assistant Nevin Strider around this week to formin-/ " [ g P Y " " " " going into the final turn and appeared to have plenty I have a record turnout of football teams, after about ten days pr~. t Denn~y Jenkins 165 5-11 I , , at the finish Could be the Shenandoah mark of [candidates this Fall, And Coach season preliminaries, he had a lt~m ~peg ~o (~- 1I "" usoourn reports mat nearzy nan n SOPHOMORES ~VE! You "ust can't beat Chev trucks or workin With Chev's easier ridin 2/5 for the distance could have been lowered had [of them were either re ulars on ucleus of expertenced boys ao [ / J Y f , g" Y g g round which to build Allen Fry 1305 6 de n Front Sus stun loads r de easmr drivers sta fres er the truck kland been pressed. Incidentally, five out of six Shen- ..... , ......, " ' t ..... " I In pende t pen " , " " , " y h , oah Downs track records have been in the books since i someserv ice ................. Veteran Backs Return [ narmsu emmons 1235-51 lasts longer You get more work, more hauls, for your truck dollars! e " in h s uavta ~enew ~6o a-iu " Only the mile mark of 1:39 set by Ware last y ar ]. Co--h ...... ;a For stance Coac O bourn[ ....... v:.., ........ I m .... ... . .. . ......................... ~ " "~'"" "" ha Jer ~" " "" n~ "n d t ' ,~.a.~ ,-,u[,~,, x~ o- o t ~l:hose Ior two distances run ior tee ilrs~ ume in l~bu /40 bo-s are work[n- -,,t ,ho 1o- s ry ~oyo, Ka uy ~ y e',Ir~....,.M r, ..... ~,)=~ ,-,I ' ~ s ......... Jeff Slephens, Dave Derr, Barry ~,,~,u ,~,,a~ ~o ~- ,~ , , Ire not established in the night tracks inaugural year. /gest number to report for foot, MT "~ll = " Terr " /Paul Raines 1506 ] AVEI And for the frosting on the cake-.3ou just can t beat Chevy trucks at trade-in l 1 is, en ~ry ano a ~arra " I~ .............. ]bal at the Jefferson County back as veteran backfield men ]Stan!ey Benner 190 5- 9t time. Latest official industry reports prove that Chevrolet trucks lead in trade-in vt~v; JU~, l~u~;]~u School in years . " Wlluam ~vernart x~u a- ~ . . . , , .. I ~" Then to give experience to the] ~D~n~,T n value, week after week, over every major compehtor m Chevy s price range. efore we wind up the baseball season here we would I A breakdown of the group forward wall he has back Ben/ . *" ........... / Steve l-tanzo 145 5 5 * A ~ M k to speak a word or two in complimenting Mr. and Mrs. / shows 12 seniors as against 10 last and Paxton Marshall, Paul Lark, / ~. ........ " _ ~eased on official filurts from ~ut0m0t'v0 or ot ~ort. I ]TURN TO PAGE 2-:-B TURN TO PAGE 2--B l year; eight juniors; 11 sopho- Larry.Osbourn, Harwood Kidwil-l~:]nvny ~V~'f~?ngton ~ ~: ~.I er, t~tiz ~peg, l)arren, arrsons, . ' , - --~ Calwn Whitmer 98 5- 1 | ~-~~-:-: (-:i Robert Keler, Stanley and Doug-/charles Creamer 214 5 8] ~ ~1~1111111~1~1~11 IlUlrl Irll~llAl~iLllt las Elliott and Marvin Thomas [ ~~ .... /Tony Thomas 200 ~ ~nCVlKULII II%U~RO ] ~ -=---~= =~ Chariie ~reamer, a ~resnman./Leon Branson 151 5-91 I~ I~In is the biggest man on the team,/Cha.~ Wo~hi.o~,,.~9 ~ ~/ " i lll~ll~hll lll~ll~l~ tipping the scales at 214, while IJa'me'~.'nm'ol.'e .... i2~ -~" gt " I llllll LB 111 llll2 Calvin Whltmer also a freshman,[ Pla.,~r that w"~ e""~ct ""t" i .... - : ' . ~ .................... , v .......I Danny Hammond 150 5-10 I k~1 ~"~.:,~ - - : I ~ Coach Osbourn has until Satur- I Douglas Elliott 210 5-11' | ~--Z - :-_ - .... , i |o |_ ......... |~ day, Sept. 16 to whip his squad I Paul Potter 125 5-4[ I IIi~1 ..nnza: ~ into shape and be ready for the I ' .... ~:. I II- I ' ~ I : , : ]: -- " " [ "='~ ....... "=~=" ! big opening battle with Harpers[~ ....... [ ~~=ial~/ ? [ T.ARf~]:~ I~AV ' Ferry on the Tiger's gridiron. I Atteng K0un{I-U0 I : I .a~., .. i.- -.- -, ,, ,_,.~,. ,. The Cardl'nals have only a sixI " I ~'~- -~- -~ :'-' -" : [ T~r,,,Klaha,)Ja~, game schedule with four games i Jane Ikenberry, Polly Merchant [ :' ] ~ ~_~ttu~.a,~.~u~ to be played at,home and two on I Pare Link and Nancy Osbourn at- I [ ~ ~r;.o ACt ..... ~"os the road. In addition to the Har- I tended the State 4-H Roundup at } ~" :: ..... _ _ .]1~ [ ~ ............ " ......... pers Ferry game, the Tigers will I Jackson's Mill last wek and par-{ [ Nine Evening Races also meet such other teams as lticipated in the 4-H Style Revue l [ ~ UI~IIP~xTIh'~ 2~kl)L11OOIU,k~lAlr~l~O/~XT Hedgesville, Musselman, Berkel-[and the Demonstration Contest. [ ~ ll~~~~ [ ey Springs, Hancock and Boons. [ Jane Ikenberry participated in[ I TWO BONANZAS boro, Md. |the Style Revue and was one of[ v~.~.~ao,~,~t ~ ~ -- / l the top ten winners and received ~ TWO Dail-" Doubles The schedule as announced[ ............ [ s ,a mue rmbon. ~'o~ty mercnant t ._ this week by Coach Osbourn fol o he am event and .... I to k part in t s e I l l"OSl; l'lmes, ows: I was awarded a blue ribbon.I See "our local authorized Chevrolet dealer 9.~ A~ ~/.~/~ 1~ ]V[ Sent 16.Harners Ferry away I Pam Link and Nancy Osbournl Y --,vv ,~ ..vv x. ~,~. -" -~ -" " ]gave a demonstration on Cloth[ .............................................................................................. " ...... "'"'" Sept. 22-HedgesvlIle, home -- ~ Sent 29-MussOm~- ~v ling Construction and were award] I ~ Oct. 6.Berkeley Springs home [ed.a blue r~.bbon for the r event. I ,Iq~ tlAI 1~ ~llmlq, I iAI I~ # I lm l&14~ ------ -- ~ Oct 20Hancock h-me I Tnese girts are to oe congrat- I !l/. IMlU AI 1 I I~lPl 1 [lll 1 1 I l~, ll~ii " " " ....... / II W ' ' H t[1_O~~ Oct. 28.Boonsboro, home l ulated on the showing they made I I l lVlbl~ll ~i~l II~ I I |~L U ~ I, ~i h ~. , in the state event. Making upthis years Cardinal I Mrs. C. W. Osbourn a local 4-It I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. team are such. players as .~ol!ows ]Leader of Shepherdstown ,accom / wtm mew wetgnt anu ne]ght. [panied the girls to Jackson s Mill / ~ , , , , ~ -- ---