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m m SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 8, 1966 SECTION--B --- SPORTS SECTION --- VIEWS M AX BROWN 9 (BY DON RENTCH) The first shots of the 1966 football action were fired last l h day night by four of the section's scholastic teams and this Friday night and Saturday aftel oon, the action will begin on a full-scale basis as more te, ans go into battle. A total of six battles involving schoolboy teams from this general area are on tap for Friday afternoon and evening and four more are listed for Saturday afternoon. When the Shepherdstown High Cardinals raise the curtain on their 1966 grid season Sara'day afternoon, all three of Jefferson county's scholastic elevens will have moved into the sectional and area football spotlight. And they will remain in it until early November when the victories and defeats, the blessings and disappointments will be tabulated and placed in the gnid record books of the various schools. After this week-end only Shepherd College will be left to join in the football wars and Jesse Riggleman's Ram footballers, will not get into the action until Saturday evening, lH rpers i!ii ILl iii' / vaunted Golden Tornado. Take our advice right now FOR ONE of the largest crowds ever to attend a Sept. 17, when they play host to Fail ont State College in Cobourn Stadium in Martins- game here, to jam-pack Charles Town High's stadium burg at 8 p. m. night for the Panthers home-opener with Keyser be there plent-e- early if you intend to get a seat or aL to park your car.. You ! you did... 1 The 1966 Shepherdstown High grid machine which will get into action for the first time aSturday afternoon in Romney when they tangle with the West Virginia School for the Deaf, will be a light one, but an improved one SPY .0000066.X.. who operates in a nearby state i that Charlie Funk will become general manager of Race Course when the track opens for it's Fall Last session here on O t ber 3. And, at the same time I --'--- 's Gary Smith will take over as Racing Secretary ] The Harpers Ferry High Tigers 'Paurn 'Ph t= came to us over our special Labor lcame through their road opener W" ~"'", ....... I last Friday night at Strasnurg, ire on wonaay... ^ I Va., in good shape both ph~ sically ..... ~ ....~ ' .... l ~ and results wise as they managed BEST WISHES to Harpers erry s new oovoaJ come through that battle with Howard Jackson for a victory Saturday when his a scoreless tie and w thout any the home season with James Buchanan as at 2 p. m. Last Friday night the Tigers battled ur ; Rebels to a scoreless tie, making a very im- first-time outing under their new coach... .....0.=--- TO OUR old buddy Hunter Maddex, director of at Handley High School in nearby Winchester, Va., annual pass to see the Judges, perform this season. to be on hand for the season s opener on Saturday brings the, Martinsburg Bulldogs to toHn for a clash Ronnie Rice s gridders. Rice, the former arpers Ferry mentor, who guided the Tigers to an undefeated l, has many friends in this section who are ertain to ling for a victory for him on Saturday. , U CAN BE sure ,that the Purple Panthers came in for of long and hard work this week after dropping the m pleased with what he {tom nm grma.ers $una nan md bearing down on all fronus tn]s week m an eIIor .... + ..... a , eficit at the hands of Tack . G ol den' To ,n oes ere Friday night.. Should be a ng-dong scrap from the opening whistle and nothing please Doug more than a win over the always-tough Countians... kTIONS to Joe (son of our boss)Dorsey for score of 69 while playing in the Middle Atlantic Golf Tournament held at the nifty Winchester and Country Club Course last I ri_'day and Saturday. edged out for top honors by Tom riassen of Win- who fired a 68 to capttu'e the low net for the popular serious injuries, over last season. Howard Jackson new head coa- Head Coach Jimmy Kessel s~id ch of the Tigers, said this week he w~ll field an offensive team that for the most part he would averaging only 153 pounds, with use the same starting offensive ,the Cardinal forward wall listed ann defensive line-ups this Sat- at 155 pounds and the backfield ur~lay afternoon when the Tigers 150. make their 1966 home debut To offset the4r lack of size, how against the big and powerful ever, the Cardinels will have nine Jmnes Buchanan team of Mercers or ten experienced boys in the hl,~a Pa ~t 2 p. m line-up, a)l veterans of last sea. -"~'~-o "~ill be s~e substituting son's Cardinal posture this season as"t'he progresses, Coach .greatly areLar Boyd, 161-1 und - o . ~o~a h,~ n~ marked 3unlor quar~eroacK wno ~w ~ ~u~ JaOK~,~~,-,~, ........... .h...... ~ra ~n~i~in~t~] in the~ of action at this positron last sea- , i'n -upsince all offiCe-boys are SO eand Jnl knY M ler, 147-pound m gooa- ~ stm-,p~ v-h'~sieaHy, ve~ an sen or cemer ............ had Other lettermen back who will ~x)aCtl JaCK.It Stttu ,L . . . he,-, workin hard this week try be m the Cardmal startmg back- ..... off- [ fiel TURN TO PAGE 2-B 9 .mm~0~m~ia .....- With the first round of grid action not having been too success ful for the Oharles Town High Panthers Coach Doug Lutman will send his boys forth Friday n~gh to do b~ttle again, only this time the action will be on the ,home fro~t. The Panthers will be making their home debut against the Golden Tornadoes of Keyser, High School at 8 p. m. I-hrold (Zip) Lorenz. director- of Athletics at Charles Town High, .said Wednesday the new electric scoreboard purchased a short time ago by the school for the football field, has arrived and every effort is being made to have it up and ready for operation by Friday night. However, because of the shortness of time, and difficuRies being encountered in the installation job, it may be tlmt the scoreboard will not be put into ol ration for this home ganle. It will, however, be ready for home game, Lorenz said. Plans are being made to lumdte a large crowd of fans and friends of the PunCher football Leading the great defensive line play for the Harpers Ferry High Tigers last Friday l~ight against team, Lorenz said. And for the the Strasburg (Va.)High gridmen was.the four fine interior linemen shown above. They are: left to convenience of the spectators, the right)--John Prentice, a big tackle, ~ohn Fox, a 160.pound jailor guard, Wllbert Kidwiler, i60-1mund CRizen s Fire C~any of Charles veteran senior guard and Lorne Pope, a 22o.p0und senibr tackle, who Was the defensive star of the Town will have it s mobile con- game. Rlcky Manuell, another big boy who has been one of the stalwarts on the Tiger team since hi~ cession stand located on the Cha- Freshman year. also turned in a fine job at the center post for the Tigers. This big five is also ex, rles Town side of the field loaded pected to be leading the Tiger defensive and offensive games against the James Buchanan gridmea w~th refreshments for sale to the fans. this Saturday afternoon when the two teams meet on the Harpers Ferry gridiron at 2 p, m. HALFTIME PROGRAM John Pestun, director of the Charles Town High Band, has also worked out a fine program of haltime entertainment which the band will present. Admission prices for the game and all home games this year will be the same as for last year -- $i The llarpers Ferry High football squad (shown above) opened their 1966 season last Friday night at Strasburg. Va.. and while they didn't look as impressive offensively as their new head Coach. Howard Jackson had hoped they would, defensively they were Just great and as a result they came out of the battle with a socreless tie. And they also came out of the action in pretty good "shape physically, so they will be going with pretty much the same line-up when they face the James Buchanan High team of Mercersburg, Pa., Saturday afternoon in their home opener at 2 p. m Members of the squad as shown are: First row (left to rlght)..-Tommy Rutherford, Billy Craven, Junior Mumaw. Floyd Stauhs, and James Conway. Second row (left to right)--Luther Wilson, Ken Fauble, Terry Miller, Lorne Pope, Wilbert Kidwller and Carroll Johnson. Back row (left to right),.-Head Coach Howard Jaek~on, Lee Ballenger, John Prentice, Gary Taulton, Donald Haines, Ricky Manuel, Sago Garrett, Paul Jackson John Foxx and ask~istant coach Judson Romine. (Photo by Jim Tabb) BeAeley Springs The Berl~eley Springs High Indians really went on the war path Friday nig~ht on their own reservation and they scored a corn 1 (Photo by Jim Tabh) @ FANS CAME OUT and they brought the green-backs the Labor Day double pro gn: ,a n at Shenandoah 13,355 jammed the popular nigh racz an(/ snovea big bundle---which totaled $1,059,415 through the windows . . - ....0- .... PORMER Harpers Ferry star athlete, and a long time !el of the writer, Pat Staubs, who now makveSoh:rS IVer Springs, Md., was a visitor m thecoun)y .... i Weekend, playing several rounds o, golt oun or and friends at Sleepy Hollow. Mighty nice to see you, do come up again soon.. RAT ABOUT THE Redskins who are up for their opener mhington fans seen the Redskins wrap .......... a a^ on't have Jim Brown this tirq'e mgzon, wlevel~lu u~,~= ........... s bound to make a difference in the s ausucs, TI. RN TO 2--]] $1NC lg0s P|OPL S HAS FILLED 85 MILLION . Winning PRESCRIPTIONS Prescription trice ~ the trust h~ve shown. ALL PEOPLES DRUG STORES FILLED OVER 7 MILLION IN 19651 below them in second round mat- LABOR DAY PLAY HEAVY ches. Notes: Labor Day weekend play was especially heavy at Sleepy THE PAIRINGS Hollow. During busy times, play. TOP BRACKET ers are encourage to play in three Oliver Kastle (16) vs Guy Davis somes or foursomes only .... (20) . Bye Frederick V F W goners will be Bye . Marshall Brown (12) & in for a real treat this weekend for adults and 50 cents for stu- dents. The Panthers, who didn t meet with much real success in their o..~. ...... ,,~w TO HOST Joe Servis (16) & Carl Merchant 1966 opener last Friday night ~r~.~rz nv~,,, " & Ma against the Hampshire High Tro- ....... r ,~ e,~n~y [ (15) vs Gharlie Clendenmg r ,r~ur~,~r, ....... ~--- .. t shallGlenn (15) jans, are hopeful their home opener will be much more success will lathenOStfmaltO Oscar Wfl 5 Sleepy Hollow " p y h 't (I) & Norman L. ful. the Frederick VFW in " (16) vs Ed Rawlings (20) Coach Doug Lutman said Tues- home and home nmtch for the & Joe Christian (16) locM club for the 1966 golf season BOTTOM BRACKET day that his boys came through Sleepy Hollow bas won only one ,...~ u ..... ,o~ ~. ,,p..,, their first combat action in good m~tcn ........ mrs season w..='-:" l~in,.~ ~ .................. ~, ..- ,.v shape physically, and barring any . : ........... :^.. Jackson (14) vs Junior Jones (9) unforseen injuries in this week's Iour, ifflClUalng a ov-,o ut~,~,- & Stev^ SmR~. ,11~ 28 ~ " ~ ~ drills, they should be a~ full ~t Frederick on August . B " ........... ir ye - A1 Colhns (16) & Meredith streRgth against Keyser. donnny Frops~ is locat cua - ~. ...... and u romn (i) man for the Frederick match .... ........... This will be the 1966 opener - ..... an rreston ere nt (13) & AI HOop for Keyser team which this year requests all memuers mat c ..... i ner (,~) - ~ye play at 11"00 A M. Sunday to s g B ............ i.s larger in numbers, weigM and ,,~ ~-..~^:~t. ~L exnected to brin~, ye - #oe ~nannm, uz tz,) ~ ~ill experience than in the past sew 36"golfers to Sleepy Hollow. i Benton (4) , eral seasons. - -- ........... iary Fleming (17) & Tony Pal- According to information rece. t:~lf Z;offnilll~ee ~ua*rumu ,,u - um~.^ ,,-~o~, ~..^ man N Wilt, last Sunday ann- B "~ ~k"~-'-"~ ....... ived from Tack Clark, head coach ...... .~ "..~.-'--~ ~,. Sleenv Hol- ye - J~lll KoI~n (1~) ~ naipn of the Tornadoes, his starting de- v ,.,,,,,,~ ~,o~ fensive lice-tip wi!l be smaller low's first match play best ball c~o,. ~ .... ,a~ s. ~o,on~.~. ........... -I "--~"s .......... ~o~ ........... than Charles Town s but his off- murnamem, rws ruu.u v~.--..s Pol "4 B together with individual handi- ~ en t t}.- .ye ........ ensive team will be just as heavy ................ '+h ~ye - tmar~m musner tli) & and possibly a little heavier. caps are ll~stea DeItYW. xt:t~ltt,~ way ,,B...~,, "r..~ .... *n~ byes wil.l meet the team listed t,u ou,u~.~u tv~ The stavtiag fine-ups of both the offensive and defensive teams for Keyser will be loaded with regulars from last year's fine team, plus some boys who gained a lot of combat experience. The Keyser offensive starting line wi,~l average 186 pounds, wRh the backfield listed averag- Donald Noland (11) when they pu~t the well watered ing 171 pounds. Charles Town's Charlie Cunningham (8) & Roger and mar~icured Sleepy Hollow offensive line will average about CIipp (18)- Bye , greens. Frederick's greens were 171 pounds and the backfield Bye. Ivlarty Blackford (7) & Nor- 19st to the summer drougl~t b~t abou~ 165 pounds. man N. Wilt (7) Sleepy Hollow greens are in their Russell Miller (9) & Johnny Prop- best shape ever. The local greens st (12) . Bye show the attention given them by Bye - Earl Allara (8) & Sam Gil-: greenkeeper Eugene "Bobo Dyke man (8) land helper Ed Harder. Coach Lt~m said he plans to make only one 5r tWo changes in his starting line-up for Friday night over tl~t he used last Fri- TURN TO PAGE 2.--B plate and devastating masacre of the indading Musselman High Applemen by a 34-0 score. Dave Clark, veteran Indian half back, played ,the role of the tough Indian Chief as he rolled up enough score and gained more than enough yardage to preson- rmly give the Indians the one- sided victory. 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