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I I I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 15, 1966 SECTION--B .-- SPORTS SECTION --- VIEWS MAX BROWN WAITIN6 FOR THE ORIOLES STA66ER IN, WE NOR .... For p. m. m BY DON RENTCH While the results of last Fri- day and Saturday's football wars were most pleasing to followers of two of Jefferson County's schoolboy footbaB teams - Harp- ers Ferry and Shepherdstown -- The Charles Town High fans are still looking for their boys to came through with their first victory, and they are sure hopir~g this Friday will be the day when :this happens. While the week-end grid pro- gram will be a heavy one in the :section and area, possibly one of the heaviest of the season, the action taking place in Jefferson County will be of slim pickings, with the sectional battle between Harpers Ferry High's undefeated Tigers and Mussulman High's I @ O I I I BY DON RENTC'-'- C h~ [ With all schoolboy elevens in J II [the section and area already well [ into the 1966 grid wars, Saturday • . . " ......... night at 8 p m will be the "zero Duke and West Vlrgmla, men ’.-:~i~ / ..... : -., . "" : "l Coast and~ f~;-':-~'::~.~:::::~ /nour 1or me ~nepnerd College arehs of meconferences, start a~AUant'c ~i~z~i~i:;~.~~~/: ...... ~'~ am t " " " ~::'.:..~::~:::~i ..... ..:~::*~ R s o jom m the battles And V:~!::.*'*. :,:'~!!:~!.:'-:.~ [ mey wiu make their seasonal de, new football chapter t~der new ~ ....... ~~i~ --•" ....... coaches Saturday, Sept. 17 at[!~;~t~:i tinsbu ...... t?,- Duke Stadmra.in Durha~l. - • [ ii!~l Ialway~rgp:yep~?l~gair~s~ttOS~te -The Blue uew)s took uoacn [ ~iiii ]Teachers College. This game will [ Tom ttarp ~rom me ivy League t i~~! I be considered as one of five home (Cornell) while the Mountaineers[ ~~.~i ~ame~ the l~nm~ Kav~ rm their ...... ~" --~ / ~" " -~ -- " '~;e~ ~ o ......................... [rcruitea Jim uarlen trom ~oooy, ~ii~ [schedule this season Dodd's staff at GeorgiaTech. ~i: Jess~ ni~,d~,~,~ h,~a .,~,.*, ,,’ Carlen is a Southerner and Harp ~" .:~" ' ~il [the Shepherd Rams, has said this [is from the area, Barnesvi]le, 0., [ ~~ will be his final season at the [ 30 miles from Whe01ing. ] ~~i ] helm of the Ram team, and he is I Harp inherited a' fine squad[ ~ii [hoping that his boys will be able from Bill Murray, but West Vir- :!~!~!~!i~!~ to get back on~o the winning ginia lost heavily for reasons[ ~! [trackaftertwoverypoorseasons I other than graduation. The best I ~~~ [ "n "ch his Rams won only five ] ~"~v:-~e.~.:. ~ 1 Whl I that,can be said for the/V[ountain ] ~~~ I games. leers, personnel situation is that[ ~~i~}~ .... [ The Rams will be de~ending [ only 11 seniors will depart theI :": :'_ : - :-- l uponseveral outstanding veteran [squan. I ~~ /lettermen to help them get back West Virginia can match the[ ..... lisle the winning ways which [ Blue Devils in the star category, | JIM CARLEN , they enjoyed for so many seasons | however. Garrett Ford is one of~gmne, including the guarterback, ]prior to 1964• And with a squad ] the best running backs in the[eithe~ Tom Cr~EE-~on~ Di~n ,’ ]with some experience, depth and l country Duke counters with Bob l ...-':." - "-..'- ° ..'. ".?~",'" [a desire to win, the Rams could I Matheson, a linebacker. [ amorma, ra., or •. oo amoo, l be one the toughest teams in I The Mountaineers can hardly [ McKeesport, Pa. In me netensive [ both the West Virginia Intercolle I field a letterman at each position ] secondary only John Mallory, I giate Corfference and the Mason I and are shy on depth. Five sopho- [ who started the last three games Dixon Conference to handle. i mores will start their first varsity as a solPhomore, has experience. Offensively the Rams will have I ~ back a veteran backfield made up • " i b of three veterans backs, with Pat ] ~s not entn'ely terr bly ad. We ......... h~v~ h~wavo~ h~d h~Hm- 1,,ok ~uaa, a senior tUllOaCg and Itai ..... ' ........................ ra ..... c ...... in u ann lklp vra e, at the natt -" " ......... bac .......... And just what d~es the third K SlOtS. ~uaa is a z~u-pounuer • . Appleman Saturday afternoon at TOWN HIGH'S Purple Panthers,. witless m 2 p. m. at Harpers Ferry, the~ starts this Fall, will see what they can do agaa.nst a Class only one on tap. "school this Friday afternoon when they journey to Both Charles Town and Shep- csburg for a setto with the Vikings.. The Panthers have her dstown, witl be on.the, road a ,' . _, ... , .... rn.oo A o hools xrlaay arternoon, Tim uoacni uiormiQaDle opposition ii-Olil vwu xJ~o ~ ~. , • . ........... " nro--^a oth en Doug Luiman takmg h~s Charles. Psmre woun y ann . eyser auu nat u t,t, a u " Town High Panthers into the] tters.. Better luck th s weeK.., mountains of Hardy County to[ ........... tangle with the Petersburg High| [ ENANDOAH DOWNS will stage it's annual Golf outingVikings; and Coach Jimmy .Kes- ] • '" m d sel taking his Shepherastownl ][ lee Hollow ruth officmls, e ployees an Sunda at S py " Y ......... -ed ---rk takin- High Cardinals into neighboringI II ;it n guests numDemng arouna me nuuur um Berkeley County for a 2 p. m. ] in the big event.., battle at Hedgesville High• [ , .. round of action" look like•" ~ Well fromth Chambersburg,• Pa,, who was .......... , Coach Lutman .said he plans to [ When the Thundering Herd of Marshall University of Huntington, | [ her,~ t, oes to- another feehl,* ~r~ e offensive star of the Ram 0 HERS: The Petersburg Vikings wno you take his emire z~ man squaa viaI__t ............................. [ [ and~ first off ft's a look at th'~ team last season when he scored ANT ..... ~ .a ru,~ mtu acuon tins weeKenu, uarpers terry s ou~smnnmg TE TO P i ar " "' I ! Charles Town-Petersbur~ h~t~]o six touchdowns and ground out aus ~o Petersburg, leav ng Ch be meeting this Friday afternoon, can score. Las.t week les Town abot~t 10:30 Friday morn ]football and track star--Miekey Ja.ckson-,-wfl!~ leading ?;h~nt~a~ke I]set for the Hard_v Counta'Oms'- field" 486. yards_ rushmg" wltha" losing" r proved just this as they rompea to a ~v-~ wm over ing and returning immediately I ann serve as me worg norse agam as ne am ross sense ]1.. Fmda.' v afternoon. While Peters- team, tie also. caught six passes , and turned m a 39 1 per yard ll igh's Moun ineers..Sowatch your s ep... . following the game•. . I carried the pigskin 186 times for a total of 704 yards to lead the I ] burg pulled one of the season s . " • average as a punter .......... [ The Panthers are in goo~ sna,pe [ Herd in both categories. In 1965 Mlckey scored 16 touenaowns ~or I ] earl Jest and biggest surprises last ] • • • Grau, a 175-pounder from Ann~ rIILE Washington's National Press Club, numbermg a- t ha.Y.s CalclYmfOua h L~tm~rui~ind~ ] 96 points, and.9, for .54 pointsin MAy competition. Mickey finished I] Friday by defeatmg the Beall ...... •/ l-li~,h ~,~,, ,.’ ~-,,~h,,~-~, Mt] hv pOlls, Ma., m~a ]trace, 180-pouna ~d 200 stron- will have their 'night' this Friday at Shun- I _ Y.':'~ E._ ~..~ _ _ ~ I the season as me nauon s tour~n mgnes~ scorer for ~. • ~ ---~ .......... ....... s ........ , ........ ~, ........... ! oatue wire me uoiaen rornaaoes, WRENTCHING I [ a 20-7 score, we don't think they I speeaester zrom ~iiver ~pringt Md, also proved to be good ~ah Downs, this old fazmly ~ournai, a ..gomg a nsu u ]on I of Keyser. High with nothing [ [ | will be able to manhandle Charle~s t • . . . . 1844, and that's 122 years of serving the people ox z.n)s I more than minor bruises and sore / ~I I I I I ~ If • OUT THE WINNERS I | Town like that. In fact if Charles ] grouna garners anu pass receivers last season t, Mill stage it's annual fall outing at S l enanao,a,n wire|muscles. |.~I[[~[[~ ~II~ I!~11'~_~_~ I~_~ . I[ Town shows the samedesire for I T " .........f,,+ .... ,~o~, '"Ph~ ...... Snirit___ ofJffeerson Advocate purse, [ The Panthers appeared as tho-[ ~n~,]J____ I IVIIV ~ ~,m~nsvn~ --v v .... By--- [ [ victory it showed in the last half[ he one weak spot in the Ram • t.tim [" titu"ri ugh they had found themselves in[ T~_ ~, . ~ |[ of the Keyser game, the score[starting backfield might be the ~ekla~r,l.~i.'d_.ay, Sept" 23"N°t.eto re"in'v]~l"~o'~ ~-~Zlthe second half of the Keyser/t~|____II_I_L '~ ~' n t en en ||will be just reversed. ~[t will be[quarterback Slot which this week clos friend nmgnt xou are g a g me, and if they play the same |d have ready of your favorite" John Brown[brand of hard knocking football 510se igalcn I I} treaerlcK, |Charles Town 20 and Petersburg[was still considered to be a wide Its round three of the 1966|7. -.,. |open post. Coach Riggleman said ~'- .... wn'g . " . • es or better yet, how about one about Charles To they Keyser with In the sec- school, boy football season c ming|,, Shepherd town Ig-Hedgesville John Douglas of Weston is batfl- no," another Jefferson County instituhon for manY[end half they will be hard for nip ........... r'= | up this Friday and Saturday and|6 - While the Hedgesville Ktgh|ing Dennis Drewyer, a transfer " [ | The ]~CE' o~a good aerial de-/ourflamegi r.I Itrles Liglll: " = the past two week-ends[ Eagles may have, aae~ttinBv~k ]=ude~lt~ for.the stalt2ng asaiga when the action was somewhat| field, it take~ a good line to let| ment in this post. ~vr=vr a~ ....1~],~ t~ ~n~l~,= ~.h~ t-t~n to Petersbul~ Friday] fense has been the real downfall, ~ lighter than it will be this week,] those b~ks operate. Shepherds-| On the offensive line, 210-pound auu ~,t=, ~= ................. • . of the Panthers in their first two n the V]km then . . . The Sleepy Hollow Country L. Polen of the Sleepy Hollow the oblong ball is once ag.a I ex-] town proved l~st week it s line [ junior center Dave Rigot, from ~oon to watch the Panthers take o gs, games this season. And ff the Vlk .... pected to take some unusual and| can do a good job. And don't ] Weirton, will return to the posi- • • • who - . . Club s men golfers dropped a Glub, with a fine 75. m to WXVA, Jay Moler, Dmk Snyde and others lngs can throw, ~t m~ght cause close and interestin- 29'~ t- 271/ ... ._ _ _ . surprising bounces. For the past] forget the CardinMs, scored their| tion he has handled in top notch brangyou play-by.-play of the contest starting with a coaChso Lutman .and• 1 . Zamberlan decision to the FrederiCk, ................ a Iewl ma cn Weare. ....... p ay- two weeks since the grid wars|only victory of last season over| form for two years. He will pro- tame show at 1=45 p. m..... me wo_rr_les tn:~, ~rmay unless VFW Club team Sunday after- event and it was announced this star~ed the old pigskin hasnt in|Hedgesville. And the Cards are]bably be flanked at guard by every instance bounced the way better this season. | 225-pOund junior Steve Baldwin melr uoys can ge~ m File pa~r .......... ~ ..... noon on the Sleepy Hollow course week that the second round of we predicted it would. But the[ r Berkeley Springs26- Hancock|from Charleston and promising • oe~ore ne throws, i e 1 ~ ~ ~v~ur~ TP. ' w football scoreboard ~s a r... • n areturn ,match for on , p ayed play must be completed by Sept. seven rights, seven wrongs anti[0 - The Pan~ers of Hancock are | Roger Zirkle, a 205-pound sopho- iv, ....... .H S ne .............. Lu.tmansald he plans to in r'reaericK several weeks ago. 18 i " . t and was usecl Ior zne x~rs~ use la~ mrow agams~ retersDurg aoout ~. ~a~,.,, ..... ,~, ...... • one tie or .500 predictions mark I ' TURN TO PAGE 3--B ] Turn To Page 2-B Y m every respec .......... c ..................... -=.u .... the th tarts ffensive and Those winning thmr first dound ay ni rht in the Kevser flame. To all who gvt be;hmd . _ . e same ..s g_o. . . home match of the season and the .,~,0~ ......... r~ Woo,,, ~,,a ~ ~ ........ ' . ' • ,, uetensw llne-u s ne usea a amst ,,,,~,~ ,,~,.-. v• ...o~.~ ,,,~, ,~. eel advorhsers and others, we ssy, thanks Ior a job., e _ _ p _ _ _ g . current season has been a most r, .......,# ~, ...... a r, ~,^, " ' " "" ' lal;eo" "\ oy ......... eve nUlL^ . . t,,eyser. ~3ut ne saia ne has maue disa,-pointin-v s one for the Sleep,,:, uav~S, ovec~,,_o~.u..wa a.u.~ ~u.,- uone. appz c , ry • and ~ and 3; E. Allara ana uii- I T S fenseSeVeralformations.’hauges in his pass de- Hollow men who scored only one, man a~eated J Provst and R ! - ........ I Miller 3 and 2; Dr M. Glenn and victory in six outings ..... RICE, the one-time Harpers Ferry football coach, STRONGER THAN EXPECTED Tnose victorious ~or me meepy : r~ p~o.ao.i.~ a~’~,t,~a • ~=,~,~0 well-coached Handley Hiffh ..team l a ,.t at, y rda, y 'Although the Vikings were ex- Hollow team in Sunday's match a , zood enough to stop Martinsuurff s ~Ull(lO|-s(1 ff pected to be a new and inexper- were- -Corbin and Gilman, 3 • ' ' r • ": ........ of the longest matches m Sleepy 7.. Not since the hey-days of our old friend Hunter ienced club this year with head pointS; ~rown anu r~oiana ;~ "-" .... "-'0o Big Store In The Hill-Dale Shopping Center ,~x when he was head football coach at Handler have Coach Wayne Barr faced with a points; D. L Wilt and N. L. Wilt, --~"~'.. ""~.--'" "---~.-~'_~.~'.. ever witnessed a better blockin and t cklin unit. And major rebuilding job, they des- 3 pts;'Roth and Board 3 pts; ~. t~a.wnngs ann o. unrk~xian L;lenaening ann tiienn, z pts; M. in~ tht= Wilt Rvathor.~ O~.~v ~tl called upon to display their offensive bets t, they did just onstrated they are not to be taken --. • , ....... played free golf together defeat- lightly with a surprise victory O. P.olen ~d Rawlmgs. 2 p.ts; N' r an ;il't'4-&'3.' lemmg and as the Bulldogs and their fans will attest.. Our con- last Friday over Beall High of ~'lemmg ann myers, z pts; ~;upp P~h,mh~ wan tho ~a~t th,-,~ h,~o~ :ions to Rice and his a istants, Jerry Kelican, a Frostburg, Md. " .......... " ..... i'"to aetea~ ~. ~.otn ann ~. ~oara Panther star and Steve Wilt, the former Ferry High TURN TO PAGE g--B andtora Shar~oltZ,ana ~znltn 2z ptS;pts; ~.M ~.Btack'w it 7":":"~" "~="'7-'"CCC;'%7~'~'~'~?tw_ u- >herd College grid great on an auspicious opening.., and Paltm~bo, 114; Grant anduu'~JN'S SENIOR TOURNEY Shoemaker 1~ pts; Heekman and] 1 ot T" e " THANKS to Martinsburg-s hard-working sports Coulter I pt.; K stle and Cunning One finn n e: senior ham ½ pt and M. L. Polen onemen's turnament entry deadline Bob Scrivener, who makes it possible for us to publish fine football action nictures of the Panthers, as sectional teams.. Both Don and I are very rate- and the next time you're down this way, have lunch at the Legion... THE offensive b kfield men at Marshall Uni- this Fall will be senior Mickey Jackson, the former Ferry High football Teat, who was the No. 4 scorer nation last year with 96 points... PENNANT winner backs in, but some stagger in, and to be the way the Baltimore Orioles will do it They're still at the top of the league, with a 10- lead at this writing and more and more it begins to as though they will need most of that margin to carry through in the final weeks. The Orioles'are really for pitching--and we do mean, HURTING ! ! HOT NATIONAL League pennant race could very decided over the coming weekend when the Pittsburgh TERN TO 2---B FRIDAY, SEPT. 16 Charles Town at Petersburg, 2 p.m. Shepherdstown at Hedgesvflle, 2 p.m. Hancock at Berkeley Springs, 8 p.m. Albemarle at Clarke County, $ p.m. Handley High at BeMI, Frostburg Md. 8 p. m. Luray at Strasburg, Va. 8 p. m. Sames Wood at Fauqulre County 2p.m. Herndon at Loudoun County, 8 p.m. "~oorge Mason at Loudoun Valley, 2p.m. Ridgeley at Keyser, 2 p. m. Bell Vocational at Fort Hill, 8 p.m. Moorefield at Hampshire County, 8p.m. Bruce High at $ohn Mosby, 2 p.m North Hagerstown at Westmin- ster, 8 p. m. South Hagerstown at Boonsbor9, 8p.m. SATURDAY, SEPT. 17 Musselman at Harpers Ferry, 2 p. m. Martln.sburg at Ailegany, 8 p. m. Fairmont State vs Shepherd, Cob- ourn Field, Martinsburg, 8 p.m West Virginia at Duke, 3 p. m. Frederick at Waynesboro,. 2 p. m. SUN EXCESS SOLVED Don't pull the curtains against the sunshine. Instead build an eyebrow over the window's top edge outside to shade R against sun. point, draws near with only a few eligi- A closest to the hole event on ble men signed up as yet. The the par 3, 4th and 6th holes, was more players, the better the tour won by two Frederick players, nament and the more fun for Low gross of the day went to M. everyone. To be eligiMe for this ..... ~ ....... tournament an entry must be 50 By Barbara Hooper IIII III illl l i There were five of us last week on Ladies Day, and it looks like our season is drawing to a close. Actually it doesn't end until the last Thursday in September so readers take note! The five hearty golfers were Margie Brown, Ginny Dorsey, Shirley Heckman Nancy Roth and yours truly. We played together in a fivesome and enjoyed a beau- tiful morning. The name of the game? Troubleshooters. And don't think for a minute that one who shoots in a trouble spot is • going to win a darn thing. I have the proof of that... Anyway, in this game the least amount of poims is the big winner of the day. And in the contest "Trouble shooters", you get 4 points for being out of bounds, 3 for in a sandtrap, 2 pOints if you go in the rough and 3 for a three-putt green Ginny Dorsey came in with the smallest score and played a nice steady game to do so. Just watch that "forward press" when you putt, Gin. If any LGA members would like to continue the acquaintance of the group during the winter months and have any ideas as to what we could do, please call Pres ident Mary Ann Hammann or me. Maybe we could meet at the club once a month for some bridge or other games. 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