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| | | SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1961 Early i nored At Shenandoah ALERTED the "Iron Horse" of the early Fifties who will be hon- at Shenandoah Downs Friday night (Sept. 22), ,~w one of his elected "Horse of the Year" in Mexico by a recent vote of turf writers. Big Yountz, by Alerted and out of Late received the honor largely for winning seven straight races Hipodrome de las Americas' and also for his stake victories. will be on hand at Shenandoah Downs Friday night for first running of the Iron Horse Mile, a new fixture established Jockey Rocco Sisto, Wearing the greenand gold colors Stable in which Alerted raced, will be aboard the son in his first appearance on a race track since retiring in 1955. winner of more than $440,000 in five years of campaigning in .toughest stakes, now stands in the stud at Glade Valley in Walkersvllle, Md., and will be vanned to Shenandoah Downs his appearance, NEWS *BY MAX BROWN RER'S WEEK-END--COULD BE THIS VERY EASILY could turn out to be the Purple week-end to break into the scoring column for first time this Fall, and maybe they will go all the here Satm lay against the rough-and-toUgh Peters- Vikings, "Several of my sophomores have been me lots of football in the past few days and be getting their chances soon, Ken Sims, head of the Panthers told us this afternoon." We are good shape after the rugged contest With Keyser week and the boys are hungry for a victory." It come on Saturday--and it couldn't come to more fellow than Ken Sims who has been spending ' of time ever since he arrived here in August, work-- with one of the youngest and most inexperienced squads ever to represent CHS... JOHN SKINNER, former Charles Town High grid great, One of four West Va. U. Mountaineers along with 31 Conference players who have been nominated the 1961 All-Conference academic football team.. : had better than "B" av erages in tough courses last Skinner is majoring in pre-law... : FREDDY KRATZ, well known local jockey and suc- laundromat and motel operator, who has been riding Atlantic City, suffered a broken bone in his left leg his ankle last Wednesday and will be out of action several weeks. The accident occurred when coming of the starting gate, we understand. Tough luck, .and we hope y0u'll soon be u'p and around. O KISNER IN AIR FORCE KISNER, former Panther football star and son and Mrs. Roy Kisner, has enlisted in the Air Force is presently stationed in Texas. His address is: W. Kisser, 13737414, Flight 1305, Box 1523, Lack- AFB, Texas. He would be .glad to hear from his in Charles ToWn, so drop him a card or letter soon. o WHILE THE FERRY Tigers dropped a close 12 to 8 to Shepherdstown's Cardinals last Saturday, Doug atman's backfield speedsters put on a good show for big crowdof county fans. Let me tell you right now here my friefids, the Tigers have one or two boys m can really carry the mail in the backfield once they their hands on the ball. And here's an early tip for Town's Panthers when they go to the Ferry for big game in NoVember: Re ready to move--and fast... O TERRY STROCK, Hagerstown High's great halfback TO PAGE 2--B TURN TO PAGE 2---11 lPanther: Charles Town tIigh's Panthers will face another rugged gridiron test Saturday afternoon when they play host to the Petersburg High Vikings at the Legion Field at 2 p. m. Both the Vikings and the Pan- thers will be looking for their first victory in three times out this season, the PantHers having lost to Romney High's Pioneers by a 27-0 score in their opener and to Keyser last Friday by a 34-0 score. The Vikings on the other hand dropped their opener to Coach Jerry Calhoun's Beall High grid- ders of Frostburg, Md. two weeks ago by a 20-0 score; and last week played Moorefield to a 13-13 tie. Last year the two teams played to a 6-6 tie in Petersburg, but Charles Town High lost heavier through last May's graduation than did Petersburg which would indicate that the Vikings should on the basis of experience, have an edge on the Panthers. Coach Wayne Barr has a total of 16 lettermen back from last year's fine team around which he has built his 1961 team. And just about every position on the starting team is being manned by a lettetman, giving Coach Barr an experienced crew to send a- tgainst the Panthers. Big Tackles Among his starters are two big beefy tackles, Glen "Pat" Har man and James Junkins, both 200 pounders and both holdove~'~ from last year's team. Curtis Har man a senior at 170 and Gene Ha.~ terman a junior at 170, both ex- perienced, will be at the guar( slots; . Freddie Harman, anew comer to the starting line-up thi~ year will be at the center posit ion; and John Harman, a 170 pound senior and Earl AIL 165 pound senior, both veterans, will be at the ends. The Vikings backfield is mark ed with power and speed, with Steve" Brdce a~d Joe DeNault, who ran so well against the big Panther team last season, back at the halfback slots; Leroy Ketter man a 175 pounder with a lot of drive at the fullback post and either Roy Reynolds or Dave Sha ffer at the quarterback slot. Coach Kenneth Sims, said this wek his boys came through the Keyser battle in good shaPe phy. sically, wifh Bob Nerhood an end receiving the only injury, a sprained wrist. He will ltowever, be ready for a starting role Sat- urday, Coach Sims said. There will be three of the Pan ther reserves missing Saturday, however since Billy Custer, John Merchant and Terry Marcus will be attending a church meeting in Detroit, Mich. Coach Sims said his boys had two fine workouts Monday and Tuesday eevning and they show- ed a fine spirit and desire to con tinue the improvement which they displayed against Keyser over Romney. FREDERICK LICENSE A marriage license has been issued in Frederick, Md. to He- zekiah C. Benner, 26 and Nancy C. Price, 18, both of Kearneysvil- le. ~..H r GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY High to Make Friday Ag Cardinai Meet The Shepher~town High footballers wiR be going after their second consecutive Bi-State Conference victory Friday ~fternoon when they make their home debut at 2:00 p. m. on the high school field. Coach Bill Osbourn's boys opened their season with a 12-8 victory over Harpers Ferry last Saturdhty and in this battle they demonstrated that they have a big and experienced team and one strong on defensive power. Last year the Cardinals ran over the Hedgesville boys 38-6 and while the score is not expected to be that high Friday, the Cardinals are expected to win. The Hedges ville Eagles also played last week. gaining a 0-0 deadlock with the South Hagerstown "B" team. Members of the squad are, first row. left to right:---Assistant Coach Tom'Palamar, Zack Fleming, Stanley Elliott, Harwood Kidwiler, Paul Park.~John Rentch, Donald Duncan, Randy Snyder, Jerry Boyd, Larry Osbourn, Paxton Marshall. Jeff Stephens, Marvin Thomas, Ben Marshall, and Coach Bill Osbourn. Second row. left to right:---Steve Handzo, Allen Fry, Stanley Benner, Leon Branson, Dennis Jenkins, Darrell Parsons, Douglas Elliott. Bill Speg. Robert Keller, Dave Derr, Barry Mills, Terry Sarra and Roger Fry. Third row, left to ight:---Manager Jimmy Keller. Charles Washington, James Dunmore. Charles Creamer, Donald Cross, Calvin Whittington, Paul Potter. Danny Markin, Wimam Everhart. Paul Raines. David Lehew, C~lvin Whitmer, Charles Kidrick. Reginald Carter, Rusty Miller and Jimmy Rentch. (Journal Photo by Scrivener} Shenandoah Downs Given 24 More Days Of Racing Coaches Bobby Kershner and~tIehle, Jr. at 185 and Swimley Donald Mickey 'will take their'I" Bloom at 197 at the tackles; Tom 1961 Charles Town Junior High gridders into Cobourn stadium my Mercer at 160 at center; Rob ert Linton, Pete Furr, Mike Tho mpson and Bill Willingham, big and rugged Martinsburg Jun guards and 'Butch Carper who (or High team. t played last year at guard and Coach Kershner said his squad Meredith Polen, a back last year which started out with 70 boys at the ends. has now been narrowd to about 50 and he hopes to take most of Members of the West Virginia Racing Commission, meeting in Wheeling last week in connection with the opening of Wheeling Downs as a trotting track, grant ed Shenandoah Downs race track an additional 24 days of racing. The Commission granted- the track permission to continue the current racing meet from Sept. 30, when it was due to close un- til Oct. 28. The Commission said it's act- ion was based on a letter from West Virginia's Governor W. W. Barron, urging the additional days for Shenandoah Downs or the Charles Town Race Course. Barron was quoted as saying the added dates 'would greatly benefit the state and Jefferson County, both in needed revenue anti employment." Drivers--wherever there are children at play-and that may be anywhere, take car. They may be playing so hard that they forget to watch out for you. Keep on the alert--You watch for Them. This reminder from the West Virginia State Police. tO I Sectional football fans, ihei~ appetites already welled with lira (ted scholaslic action the past two weeks will be served a full order of excitement Friday and Saturday and Shepherdstown wi![ get the most of it with two gazm~ on tap, one on Friday afternoo~ and another Saturday. ~'" Friday afternoon it will be t|l~ t)i~ and experienced Shepherd~ town High Cardinals who wilg roll into action for the second tinle this season. They will be making their home del)ut again~ the ttedgesville tiigh Eagles in & game set for 2 p. m. on the Shep herdstown tligh gridiron. Coach Bill Oshourn's boys had a most successful opening o][ their 1961 grid season last Satu~ (lay in Harpers Ferry and in th~ action they dellmnstrated the~ are going to be lough to defea~ this season. Their big line not o~ ly held the Harpers Ferry Tigera to only one first down in the bali game but at the .~me time ope~ ed good holes in the tlarpers Fer~ ry line to let their ball carriera roll up over 200 yards on rus~ ing. The IIedgesville Eagles. on i~ other hand have not won a f(x)~ ball game since the 1957 seaso~ and in their opener last we~ against the South Hagerstow~ ttigh "B" leanl they did not sho~ that ttmy have any real power gain lhis season. Coaches Bill O~bourn of She~ herdstown arid Charlie Spen~ of Itedgesville, said this we~ they will go with their same slafft Turn To Page 2--B the boys to Martinsburg for this game. I Coaches Kershner and MickeyI have been working the boys hard in preparation for the opener and they plan tO put them throu. gh a full scrimmage on the Leg- don field sometime this week. Af ter this scrimmage Coach Kersh- ner said he would decide which boys will be in the starting line up against the little Bulldogs. Coach Kershner said he has his backfield pretty well set, with three of the four being veterans of last year's team. Walter Smith will be at the full back slot, Jackie Coulter, quarter back on last year's team, will be n the san~e post; Dickie Burns will be at one halfback and Van 0tt, who moved into Charles Town from Charlottesville, Va. will be the other back. On the line Coach Kershrier said the following boys would see action Billy Nunn at 180, Carlton Sons of Confederate Veterans to Meet at Uvilla The Henry Kyd Douglas Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans, will hold their September meet- ing and dinner at the Lutheran Church Hall, Uvilla, Tuesday, September 26th at 7:00 P. M. Host members: Robert M. Knott, chairman, H. A. Bester, Holland R. Coffinbarger, J. Ked felt Dailey, Roger Osbourne, James E. Senseney and Dr. W. H. Shealy. GO TO ""; CH1LTRCH SUNDAY little track in the world THE IRON HORSE MILE Septembiw $2, 1961 This week's footure racing event at Shenund0eh Downs is the first run- ntng of the Iron Horse Mile . . . a salute to Alerted~ the Iron Horse of the eorly 1950% Alert#d will be shown under tack prier ta the race. The Iron Horse Mile marks another stop in the move to molor thorough- bred raclna at Shenandoah Downs. 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