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[Looked Better ?han , Melton a tac e *rein Fort Union; ,,,... , I cecil Tillery a halfback who has flOW I [been in the Air Force the past] ......... ::' I Fl0ek 0! ~perleneed I few years; Ben Ellis, a center [~..L Ul.e,_ I I J ]frm Nrthwd High in Silver IUU [ "i| l[ |Spring, Md.; A1 Leuch an end/ Ivlountameer Centers [from LaSalle of Cumberland,[TAl~n M; Ii [Md.; Terry King, a quarterback ]/UWII II] |l i [from Hershey, Pa.; Sam Biller of ~ ------. " , ]Allegany High, Cumberland, Md.;] With only one week of pre-sea I t | . workouts remainingb~,ulv ~larence ~ranson, t'age JacKson ,son - - ..~.... ~Hlgh Charles Town.and Sam T ay they begin their 1961 combat act- |lorlsnarles. Town Hlgn: all oaclts, ion, the Charles Town High foot }~" Give or take a little, Shepherd again in" the evening frob 6 until | |. ~oa.cn tIggleman w.ul sena his ball squad, working out twice College's l~i football team will [ 8 p.m. , | /ooys into cement acuon 1or me daily at the Le-ion ~ie]a still ~b~ much the same type the Rams [ Coach Riggleman said Tuesday ] ~firsttime on Saturday, SeptA 16 num'bers 36 Or si~ more t'h n for fielde41 last year, turning out the I he plans to put his proteges thro ! m ~airmom against, the vair- last year. And while generally same "type of rough and rugged ugh their first real rugged test taunt State College grldmen, speaking man for man the over hard-knocking football, And also Saturday morning at 9:30 with an The remainder of the schedule all weight of the squad is much last year, the Rams are bound inter-squad scrimmage. I will be as follows: lighter than for last year, there tO come up with their share of Included in the host of exper- I Sept. 16-Fairmont away (N) are still a number of good heavy Victories, possibly doing even bet ienced men the Rams will have I Sept. 23-Frostburg, home boys showing up. well and many back this season are: the biggest ter than the fine 5-3 mark of last season. This was the best way to sum ~2g the situation Monday morn- when some 50 aspiring boys, most of them big in stature, re- ported to head Coach Jesse Rig. ~leman when he held the first hepherd practice session. Coach Riggleman said he was well pleased with the turnout and what he saw at the first pre-sea- linemen the college has ever had in Bob Hogue, the giant like 243 pound sophomore tackle, who was a terrific defensive force on the Ram team" last season; Blair Overton, the 250 pound senior guard and tackle; Ronnie Pyles, 170 pound senior and Jim Stup, 190 pound senior ends, Ed Trip- tipoe 185 pound senior guard; Wayman Everly 180 pound sopho Sept. 30-Davis & Elki,~ away Oct. 7-Potomac State, home IOct. 14-eallaudet, Washi~.gton, D. ]Oct. 21-Shippensburg College home Oet~ 28-Concord, away Nov. 4-Bridgewater, home Kickoff of them will in all probability be in the Panther's starting line-up come Sept. 9 and Romney High School. The heaviest man on the team is Billy Custer at 230 and the lighest and smallest man is Henry McCormick at 101. The complete roster of the squad showing grade, weight and position follows: NAME WT. Pos. ion's winning spree with a single' 2 BSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAm Zl to shove across the fifth marker. THURSDAY, AUGUST 31i Wayne Jam,son, who doubled "-- ,, ,., ~ in a pair of early runs hurled until the seventh for Bakerton ~ ~ with Gerald Jam,son coming in to blank Sleepy Creek over the " S~;~* '):~ :, final two frames. G/~, ~ ~b.to~, "/~u~ ,Tte, W~ ' ~"^~- ~ Buddy Custer and Chalky Hop kins teamed upto lead VFW over ~r ms, L,v,oou,~ ok:sou ~ ~,,: Berkeley Place. Custer limited l~ c~tes mwN, w.v~.. the losers to six hits and yielded ~ m.~ ~6, |t~ 'i', only safeties over the last six inning. He fanned five. Hopkins had a perfect day at the plate With a double and two singles. Joe Yurish and Robinson also weighed in with doubles for the Vets who managed ten hits off Agee Shifflett. Doubles by Yur- ish and Hopkins broke a 2-2 stale mate in the fifth and Robinson's double plus Custer's single, pla ted the final VFW run in the six th. Donald Harrison had two of the Berkeley Place hits. ILL By Miss Dorothy Lake Mr. and Mrs. Ciifton Kelican son drill. He said that he also ex- more end; Donald Jones 170 FROM PAGE 1 SENIORS motored to Norfolk, Va. on hTurs ~ects at least three additional pound sophomore end; Herb Ran Pgl~ t'-'~IMARAO gth will be this season Tom Doyle 191 C day and remained until Friday. oys and possibly even more, to kin, 235 pound senior; George ~" For instance, Charies Town, George Stocks 136 C SK/3 Howard Kelican and Char- report for grid practice with the Warner, 175 pound sophomore; Looking better than a flock of Harpers Ferry and Martinsburg Marvin Dodson 180 T les Summers returned home with opening of the collegeschool Douglas Jennings, 175 pound so experienced centers in Spring will all met some of their strong- Joe Cloud 140 G them for a week end leave. term next week. phomore all centers; Nick Pappas training, Peter Go,marne, a 226 est opposition of the season in Tom Specht 129 0B Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson 23 Players Back 200 pound senior; Pete Menke, pound 19 year old sophomore their opening games. The Char- Tom Crane 136 HB and children Sherry Lou, Lyndia, Last fear's team was a aood 215 pound junior; Larry Layman, from Charlerm, P.o. should be les Town Panthers will be play- J mnesSaville 150 e Beth Ann and Jennifer Sue of one for Coach Ri~,~leman and 220 pound junior and Bob Ter. one ot me y es~ nneoae~ers on ing host to what is expected to be Jonn bnow 174 FIB Wheat0n: Md. spent several days from that fine team"23 of 'them pening, 270 pound sophomore all [ne w es~ v~rginia unive~i~.y one of the most powerful and ex- ~a~ McCormick 170 T the past week with the latters ........... tackles mountaineer too~au ~eam ~nls perienced Romney High teams in ~oo r~ernood 148 E parents Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mea ~:vr.e ~C~w~llme ,o~a again ~on- Veteran Backfield Men season according to advance re- year~ in their opening game; Har Tom Shirley 150 HB dows. ~,/'~ ....~.~'~;.'~',~,~. "~?~ ~-~-'~'1 ~.~ .... ~.~_,.~ ............... ports from Morgantown. Pete did pers Ferry High's Tigers will be Steve Wfllinsha~ 167 HB Mrs. Frankie Longerbeam and ........ *. ..... ~-,,-v o~ exper-~ .~,,~. o~..~m ,.e. vac~ m- not "ia-" freshman ball because~ .......... ..... Don Ball~n-,A- ~e un daughter Tracey spent several ' ienced boys that Coach Riggle-]elude Walter Barr, 170 pound .~ ~'~a~a ~.,.~ ~..... ... ,_.^ [enmrtamlng me .~oonsooro, ~a.. .... ,,,~ a,~- -~.--ff man willhnild *hie va~ ta~rn leaninv, o.n ^o~,,,,,, c...-,. ...... ,.--'~ ,,*,'~,."'~ ,',,,,,--= ,,.,,.m,~ ..,,t ,,wu I~lgn a team tnat is expected to aunu ~nvm, x~ u days the past week with her bro S;xieen the r turnees "are 1155 "pouCh" sopAo or: a qu "r r wehe:o at2e fomt fn I be-ne of the top conten.ders, if JUNIORS ther-in-law and sister of Winches linemen a~d seven are backs Iback; Stan Morgan 155 pound West Vir-inia He was a's~r ~ [not tne top one, ~or tne ~i-~ta~e Pete Peterson 131 HB ter, Va. s ~omerence crown Anu m co Bobb D which i)rovides a good balance of[senior who was injured most of four different -ositions f--t ..... " .... "~ y avis 145 HB andmch de Mrs. Gerald Ha~ne~ "Maybe I should talk it over with my n Cynthi ......... ~ . , ut- oourn staalum in raarunsourg, John Lo experiehced men to work with [last season; Paul Bishop, 150 Coach Rab Currie at Charlerori[ me .......... tlarmison-coacneu t)UilaO s ] wery 144 E of Brownsville, Md. were visitors banker. That's what Dad always' does." Coach_ Riggleman, with the ]pound sophomore; Glen Lerew,before cumin- to West Vl--inia.[ ......... ~ ]Charlle Meier 164 QB help of~Dr. Richard T. Bowers,[ 135 junior; Dick Bauerlien, 150 " the s ~ o Mr angers.[wlu take on mr muir opener, ~ne/ Sam Bailey 190 T Mrs.f theHenrylatterSBallengerParents onMr" Sun-and newly named assistant football [pound ~umor, Mike Norris, 160 Pete Gomarac ~r of ........... ! H II 145 G ..... He is on f . Keyser High Tornadoes who all Jim 1 and head basketball and baseball/pound sophomore and Charles . ' ~ " ,..,u,.u.. out ran me ~unuogs off me field |Norman Myers 153 E dal~/r ' and Mrs Elmore Wenner MOST EVERY PROBLEbi HAS A MONEY AN{}[[. / in Keyser last season Bobb mentor and Toad Warner, now of ]Frederick, 160 pound juniors as , ] y bailey 143 HB and son Freddi'e Lee of Lovetts- THAT'S WHERE A BANR' EIrPERIENfF f~N pgll~ "~: near Harrisburg, Pa. a former [halfbacks. Grand Boyetter 175 pound sopho M ........... --='77.... ]Phil Chandler 147 FB qil ............................ ~ ~' more Tom Riley, a 150 pound ~x ~wa'rur[ uam~: Shepherd grid star who has been ] Also back are the same two ." ....................... [ SOPHOMORES iv, va. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim .... Wiltshire and sons Michael and ESPECIALLY VALUABLE. MAY WE HEl. YOU? cflach'nu far the n u 2.~ voaP~ aVg~ /Or/'~C~ 1T |h~~kc which Coach Ri- i quar~eroacK ann r~orman HUll a /Mtflougn me l~l tOtODaIl sea ..... ___c_.l__~ ....... ..a_t _.. ........... d f-1 ....... ' ~-, " l~ ,.-, ~-. .~,o " ~ oun "u " l son i ~,-.~ ,~.a..~ lxo ~ Timmy of Ranson were Sunday , working the Ram squad out twice/gleman had last season-ElmoHod 100 p d 3 mor are a so back. s not yet underway, already/~,lvi. n,, .... ~oo ,~ daily from 9 a. m. until 11 and/ge 180 pound senior and Le- .Newcomers to the squad are: a number of games have been, t~a~'~V~l~ ..... ~ ~ guests of MY. and Mrs. L. E. Wilt .... shire and son. ' ' I vranZn" PeerJ~amt)ert' a OaCK and Ron. vanCti are being,, changed by. the [~r, ennem--# "~ ~'~''wes~" ~t~'~u~ Sandra Kelican spent SaturdayI r~i~l~ir~ll lln~gl) ~ ~ ~ti~ PAGE1.SPORI'Sj I tO d pWASE le ,a center, both of Rid- ar ous teams in the area, wRh a ]- ...... night and Sunday with Faye Lon-:[ r ,J lll FROM NEWS AN I B gelc~Y'anWd'J::l~' Lrmel2elasbnc~ nwU~t:2:d ~fo F:~d~agaF%?inb~stiang [~~ryMWe~lrlcihans~ i5~ ~ gerbeam o* Bolivar. I .--V--II~F m~ANK Miss Nancy Kelican appeared l _ __~* _~_ _, -- -- ]from Petersburg High; SteCe ce the Charles Town High Pan- ~Davld Bowers 112 QB on the one o'clo'ck show on chart ] 1 ~1 ~ Ill~l II~dl II~Jl~lll ]Wilt an end from Harpers Ferry thers, who had hoped to have a [Donald Noland 135 HB nel 11 on Friday with a group] | l l~l Bt I~llk~ Ill lIWI Wharton on the fine work they turned in at Legion Park I High; Bill Boor a back from Key lighted football field to play on |Te Marc o ~o~ ~ this summer Walter Youse, Joe Branzell, Johnny Welaj Iser High; Bob Port,us an end this season, and scheduled a hum try . . uo ~.~, ~rom the Civil War Showcase. [ IJ l lkll P IV I and other major leaguers all say that there's none better [fr~]m Montgomery High in Rock ber of Friday and Saturday night ~i:nYr~e ~:~.r:k 135 ~ ~vnss l~encan was the winner of I outside the major league parks--than Charles Town s tvi !e, Md.; Jack Wh!te, a guard home games, are now in the pro- Billy Custer 230 dress. ] Member FDIC -- Federal Reserve S sl ~.._;..~. ~ ~. ~.-~ ~ .:;..~...r..-..-~- -_.~^^.~ ...... L~ ..... a transfer irom t'otomac State cess of trying to have these mueeu, we woum 'College, Keyser; Jim Fox, a back games switched to Saturday after GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY [ PHONE 10 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. , ........ land Russ Crane a full back trans noon. Principal William Brown Tom Doyle, the big 200 pound USE THE CLASSIFIEDS ! _ Tothose nteres e :--Ar ny ann .avy lCKe S are i fur from Montgomery Junior ol- said Tuesday that all home games veteran lineman of Charles Town pricer a rake s/grin a acK liege, Washington, D. C.; Bob have been changed to Saturday High School Corbin an all sect! ...... _-= ....... I hit on only Two-C's this season. Clemens (Bob) and Cox Shields, also" an end from Mont. afternoon except the Romney ional fullbaCkpowerandOf lastyeard, show ~ ~__~ ~ ~-- ,~ ~ L M[~ ~ " " 'r " ~ ' " ~1 : .... ..... * ...... ~ ~r::. :" ': (Fred} since C mningham (Jim) graduated., Igomery Jtmior College; Walter game set for SephS. attempt ed plenty of d ive in :7-S? [0NS : ,7" ~ ~ ~ is nqw being made to change that the inter-squad,game ,wh!ch the imr*r-I CHARLES--':------TOWN 0UAND - game to Saturday afternoon, Martinsburg A and 'B teams MARTINSBURG S PatI. 9 at 2 p. m. Or course the played last Friday at Camp Tom : ...... C rles Town-Martinsburg game ahawk. ' I IDOl K~ will be on Friday night, Oct. 20 And around the c, hav,,~ q,,w, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 1st and 2nd. ~[~l ~l- . and the Charles Town Keyser High trainin~ session~-'~m',~~ ,"'f ~;r,,, am ........... Get A ry Beautiful Gold Banded 17-Ounce Size reservations that Doyle is look- : _ ..... Martinsburg-Charles Town game lng much better this year al. WHEN YOU LEARN bat it is.not known whether the ready. He could well become the - t~eyserCnarms- Town game Will top center in the section. The ~r @ am n~ Im Z a,e w (al* i em m ABOUT THE NEW ERA OF / BLUE CROSS-BLUE SKIELD CARE FOR YOUI Since the introduction of the NEW ERA of Blue Cross - Blue Shield CARE FOR YOU great strides in up-to-date coverage, efficient man- agement, and prompt courteous service have increased the value of benefits you receive. Our affiliation with Wheeling Blue Cross - Blue Shield has made available electronic equipment to speed up service to you. Service to members in 23 counties in Northern and North-eastern West Virginia has improved vastly. HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF YOUR INCREASED BENEFITS NEW Blue Shield Services NEW Blue Cross Services 1. Professional oral surgery servkm. 1. Cove..~e of babies from birth. Coverage for out-patient radiation therapy. Coverage of babies from birth. Higher mal ,m payment for aaesthe . Out-patient diagnostic X-rays m!d diagnostic medical scrvkes. 2. Hospital covealff for oral surgery. 2. 3. O~.patient surgical services. 3. 4. Out-patient Physical therapy treatment. .4. $. Fog coverage for ALL laboratory ervjces when ~a~titted to a S. tmsu . Why don't YOU get all the facts? Dmp m a post card, TODAY, and we'll send you complete information by return mail. PROTECTION THAT'S PRICELESS" .HELPS pAY THE HOSPITAL HELPS PAY THE DOCTOR FAIRMONT Phone 366.0902 WHF, ELIN@ Phone 232.4550 be changed to Saturday. ENCOURAGING SIGNS A good omen for the future of football in Charles Town High School was provided last Friday afternoon when a total of 35 turn ed out for football practice at Charles Town Junior High School. Coaches Bobby Kershner and Donald Mickey got the jump on the rest of the Junior High coaches in the sdction and area this year by not Waiting until school opens to get their ore- season grid drills underway. Coach Kershner said the boys are showing real enthusiasium for the sport despite the hot and hu- mid weather, and this is one of the best responses the school has had in football. Coach Kershner said he would announce a sched ule of games within a week or so and also a complete roster of the players, weights, grades, etc. NEW OFFENSES With a number of new head coaches and assistants taking over on the sectional and area gridirons this season, fans can expect to see some new styles of offenses and no doubt stone chan ges in defensive set-ups this Fall. For instance the Charles Town High Panthers are in the process of learning new offensive and de fens,re formations; word also comes from Hagerstown that Coach Mel Henry of the North High squad, has plans for chan- ging the offensive taettcs of his team this Fall. He" plans to put more stress on a good passing at- tack in order to take full advan- tage of Denny Wachter's ability to throw the ball; over at Mar- tin.sburg Coach Richard Harm,s- on is also workblg on a good pass ing attack since he has two top quarterback candidates who can throw the ball, and a pair of po. taut,ally good receivers along with a good pass catching half- back in Mason. Charles Town and Harpers Ferry are also expected to be throwing a lot of passes this season, since both teams ~vill much lighter anti faster than in the Past. LOOKING GO~ TWO boYs*wh0 are looking' ex- eepfiona]l good 'in pi'e-s on" walt[touts and vho are expec d to be among the best in the area in the position they will be play- hard charging and blocking of Steve Willingham, Panther back, has also come in for no little comment, and it's possible that before the season is very far gone, Willingham will be recog- nized as one of the most power- ful backs in the section, INJURIES HIT JUDGES Coach Eddie Seibert is already having his 1961 football squad plagued by injuries. The victims have been two real fine prospects which Coach Seibert was priming for possible first string berths A dislocated knee has sidelined at least for a time Steve Sardelis a hig 275 pound freshman whom Coach Seibert said has prospects for a defensive role; and Preston Ritter, a good, big lad who was being groomed as a regular cen- ter, suffered a broken collar bone Both had been looking real god before they suffered the in- juries. FUTUR~ LOOKS BRIGHT Could it be that th r.e is a re- birth of football spirit and en- thusiasm taking place in this soc tion and area. There are signs that would indicate s~mething like this. For instance Shepherds town High School had the largest number of boys to turn out this year in many years-some 40; and at Strasburg :(Va.), High where the sport has been af a Very low ebb, some 30 boys are still going through the pre-season drills, ac cord g to Coach Jim Jay. The John Mosl)y'Academy athletic 'pig ture also |ooks bright this season with a 5,000 seat stadium and the largest gymnasium in the Shen- andoah Valley are nearing corn pletion at the school.. Victory For PAGI~r I Winchester Rebels and Winches- ter at Leetown. Sleepy Creek thanks to a pair of triples by John ~McCullough and three baseknoeks by Tex Hes slur held a 7-4 lead over Baker- ton going into the bottom of the eighth. Singles by Raym6nd Ni~e warner a llSon"Jamis0n pl ts a walk loadi l the bases-With" one away. Randy Anders was hit by a pitch forcing in a run, Ray Jam,son plated another tally and , ] : i' *:liSi e::tw :/ri6i e'H/fis- Use ful Decorative ACTUAL SIZE WITH EACH PURCHASE OF AN UNUSUALLY NICE PREMIUM OUR PREMIUM GASOLINE IS MORE THAN 100-OCTANE --ACTUALLY A SUPER PREMIUM GASOLINE RANSON STATION,S -t W