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: CPfll T iJl:W AMh VlFW i winning '61. This will be the first of the year for Van- : ! derbilt while the Mountaineers bowed to the University FROM PAGE 1--k FROM PAGE 1--B ] of Richmond last Saturday 35-26 in what came as a very M.1 ........... ..... T1 ] big surprise to almost every Mountaineer follower (and lustrated latest issue, which ran a photo of him with the I espec)ally, Cookm Blackford) up here m the Eastern Pan- VPI rundown for the season. And, we might add, ] nan(ue. Blackie s boys got off on the right side of the ledger by [ m .... _ -7--=o----- ...... trouncing William and Mary last Saturday. [ .iu &.couple or ar .gumen aDe t uth ..... a._____ I rouna tr ppers m i zi, ann J mm e oxx ms m +: .... .......... . ..... ,' 1932. And now (Wednesday evening) we are taking off Iuw ace wourse has a newG pam:ea sign ] for Baltimore's Memorial Stadium to see how Roger Maris :. board at the entrance to the track on the Harpers Ferry I makes out. . :pike. Tommy Ennis, ,local sign painter, has turned in a [ --------o------- :nifty job of old english lettering in green ink of "Charles I GOING TO DOGS ; L nydale Course" )ndePUt it:tn obackground of yel!ow, [ THE MINN- EAPOLIS Tribune reports that a local 4- " g" . p g me wln er mee , . i the da- time track is December 1z [ year-old annoyed that hm mother will have to go to the :;; -------o [ hospital to await the birth of a new arrival. "Don't do 'WVU VS I it," he told her indignantly ....... "Have a puppy . instead " : . VANDERBILT I ........ SATURDAY NIGHT will mark the first football meet- ] ommlssions are not paid on .- .. .s mg m h story between Vanderbilt and the Mountaineers larguments won, but on sales and both teams are out to switch a losing 1960"for a Imade. . ...... --..v ..... Front, What May H.L. MILLS GASOLINE STATIONS Hannen Thk Im Is CHARLES TOWN AND MARTINSBURG --rT" ....... " "'"Y"- BY DO'N-~NTCH FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SEPT. 22nd and 23rd. Action on the sectional and area football front last weekend ~rl~ 1 DT/~ IJPlI~V Off .. 9~ IXTg~I~ OTr~L-~ was loaded with surprises, upsets ~,~'l.~l ~ L~I~ lll2~A']kVl ~qJ ~ oo Lt~JU O~JP-J and disappointments and more can be expected this Friday and i Saturday as the football is kicked and thrown around in a most un- + i ~pound halfback who saw a'lot of 2--B THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 . service for the Vikings last sea- son, will also have to be stopped by the Panthers if they are to Advertise In The Spirit-Advocate GO TO CHURCH SUN ,~ ~'x. ~ keep the Vikings in the corral. [ ~~ ] 0TT AT RANDOLPH::MAC:ON RUG { LEIININll Donald OtL a former Charles ] Town football and basketball ~...... y~t,~ star who also made quite a name [ ~~/ x~ [ fr himself in ftball and track~-~., at Albemarle High, Charlottes- ] ville, Va. has enrolled at Randol- SERV[CE ph Macon Academy in Front I ~~.~::,. I Royal, Va. and according to re- N~~i~" ports from that school is showing ] ~~% I real promise as a member of the school's 1961 football Squad. ] ~,ByT ]ToMUSTAlthough theSCORE":: HAVE67 SOMETHINGpoINTSI"Strasburg* * High Workmen.RUgs Expertly Cleaned, By Tral dll football team is mostly new and I DON RENTCH I inexperienced, many of them ap- Cleaned or Shampoo on your fie ~--'" ~ pearing in their first football EXPERIENCE, SPEED game, the Clarke County High Pick-Up and Delivery 4 Day Sere ic, Eagles must have more scoring When the Charles Town High power then pre-season reportsin- -& L Panther meet the ,+e er+ur d cat+d to ro, up +, a ooe. ELITE r' EANERS High Vikings Saturday afternoon sided 67-0 score. In pre-season on the Legion field it will be a notices the Clarke County Eagles WEST :!i: ~ case of experience and speed, were not picked to be too strong versus inexperience and lack of this season since they had been PHONE 207 CHARLES TO N' ": speed. And one of the thorns hard hit by graduation last May. which the Vikings will be jab- TURN TO PAGE 3--B bing into the Panther line all af- ternoon will be Steve Bruce, th~ .... IN COLORS .... LL FREE WITH EACH PURCHASe OF LI ...... - GALLON OUR PREMIUM GASOLINE IS MORE THAN 100-OCTANE --ACTUALLY A SUPER PREMIUM I GASOLINE RANSON STATIONS MARTINSBURG W You've been hearing a lot about the NEW ERA of Blue Cross- Blue Shield CARE FOR YOU . . . More and more people in your area are discovering the changes ttiat have come about since Spring in ihe Blue Cross-Blue Shield policy of SERVICE FOR YOU. Here are a few of the many reasons for the ntr, v wide accept. ance gained by your Blue Cross-Blue Shield Plans: extensive c6operation among participating doctors, hospital adminis tratoi's and leading citizens of your commtmity.., increased coverage.., and prompt, courteous handling of your claims, Ev6n greatei: proof is in the continuous flow of subscriptions for GROUP PLANS from the many indtistries, plants, offices ai!d businesses across the nation. In fact, the majority of our 60 million members are part of GROUP PLANS. See your employer, now, and talk over the advantages of starting _a Blue Cross- Blue Shield GROUP PLAN at your place of employment. Write: Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Wheeling or Fairmont for complete details, PROTECTION THAT'S PRICELESS HELPS PAY THE HOSPITAL HELPS PAY THE DOCTOR 'Wi4 LIN Phone 232.4550 * FAIRMONT Phone 366:0902 usual manner. Last weekend action was not only rough on some of the schol- astic teams, but it played havoe with the selections which this writer made. As a matter of fact we missed on more of them last Friday and Saturday than in sev. eral seasons, with only nine win ners in 17 games. This was con. siderably off of the 10-5 mark the opening week of the gridiron wars. But as long as that football re- mains oblong, and the sectional and area teams are still feeling untried and untested anything can, and will, happen in counting the points before they are scored. The slate of sectional and area battles for Friday shows a total of 13 are on tap, with another seven on tap for Saturday. To start the Friday action the two big games in the Panhandle in the afternoon will be the Har pers Ferry-Musselman tussle at 2 p. m. at Musselman; and the Hed gesville Shepherdstown go at Shepherdstown at the same time. same 170-pound fast and hard charging halfback which played havoc with the Panther line last season in Petersburg when the two teams battled to a 6-6 tie. In Petersburg's opening game with the Mountaineers of Beall High, Bruce rolled up 78 yards on scrimmage in 13 times at toting the pigskin. And last Friday a- gainst Moorefield it was again Bruce who bore the brunt of the ball carrying chores for the Vik- says Luray 20 and James Wood 14. Franklin will make it two in a row over the West Virginia School for the Deaf, this time by a 21-6 margin. In another Friday night battle, this one at Fort Hill High Stad- 'ium in Cumberland; the Martins burg High Bulldogs may do al- right. They showed well in their opener against Keyser and they have had two weeks of practice since then. This could be one of the few times the Bulldogs have ever defeated the Sentinels in their own stadium. The score we The luckless Hedgesville High think might be 21-13 Martins. Eagles who have not won a grid- burg. iron batle since the 1957 season, In Saturday's action the big certainly won't break their losing games in this section will bg the streak Friday against a bigger Charles Town-Petersburg game and more powerful Shepherds- at the Legion field at 2 p. m. The town High team. The Cardinals Panthers have shown steady im~ deefated the Eagles by a one- provement, but they are not yet ~ided 38-6 score last year, and ready for what the Vikings will 3~hi~ the difference ~a'tbe bring into Charles Town. It will that much Friday, it codtiJ be 26- be Petersburg by a 26-0 score. 6 for Shepherdstown. Harpers Ferry rolled over Mus selman last year, but the Tigers lost that undefeated team and at the same time Musselman has grown in size and power so the Applemen will have to get the nod here by a 13-0 score. The Berkeley Springs High In- dians who have dropped three close battles, can mark down an- othed loss Friday night when they travel to Berryville to meet the Clarke County High gridmen. Clarke County lost a lot of exper- ience through graduation, but Coach Don Maphis apparently has come up with another high scoring team. So the Indians can expect another set back this time 25-6. Keyser High's Golden Tornad- oes will just keep rolling along against Ridgeley at Ridgeley by a 26-6 score; Allegany of Cumber- land will go to North Hagerstown and deal the Hubs their third straight defeat by a 13-6 score; Westminster. will bounce back on their home field after a close shave against North Hagerstown High to down South Hagerstown by a 20-13 count. The Romney Morefield game may be a repeat of last year when the two Seams played to a 6-6 tie, although we doubt it. Let's say Moorefield 13-6 since the Hottmen will be at home. Coach Jerry Calhoun's Beall High gridmen will roll to victory No. 3 with a 21-6 decision over Southern High; James Wood won't be quite strong enough to stop Luray at Luray. The coin Cardinals FROM PAGE I ing lineups uSed las--------t Week: After the Shepherd~town High action Friday, the fans in that section of the county can get back and rest up until Saturday afternoon when the Shepherd College Rams will be opening their 1961 home season, bringing in the Frostburg State Teachers College gridmen of Frostburg, Md. to provide the opposition. This game is also set for 2 p. rm in the Shepherd stadium. Coach Jesse Baggleman's boys showed a fine offensive punch in their 1961 opener last Saturday night in l~aJrmont against the Fairmont State College eleven, but were not quite as potent on the defense as they have been in th past. The Rams are expected, how- ever, to show much improvement Saturday against the Frostburg griddars, both on the defense and offense. Coach Riggleman is expected to go with much the same starting linup-h usd a Falrmon, bu .hrte lineup he used at Fairmont, b~ there will be a lot of reserves action during the battle. The Page Jackson High Spar- tans who play about as rough a schedule as any team in the area won't be nearly strong enough to stop the big Parker Gray boys from Alexandria, Va. The score board will probably read 20-0 for Parker Gray. 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