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M I M i~ iI SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 22, 1966 SECTION--B -.- SPORTS SECTION --- NEWS VIEWS M AX BROWN NOTEworthy Week: .... VIING OFF their 25-0 victory over the Petersburg High gs last Friday, Coach Doug Lutman's Purple Panthers i continue to roll again here Friday night when ney host to the Loudoun County Raiders in an 8 p. m. con- . While they presented a lot of good hard-nosed football Action in the Tri-County Base- ball League came to a close Sun- day when Bakerton, the new league champions, scored a 3-2 victory over the second,place Tomahawk batsmen and Monday night plans were made by league officials to get the post-season playoffs under way this Sunday :afternoon on two fronts. League President Charles Petersburg, Coach Doug Lutman says he still isn't quite with the over-all performance of the squad and half of the series, with Bakerton Lee Snyder, Charles McDonald, Richard Wright and Edward Williams. make another change or two in an effort to wrap up and Leetown and Tomahawk and victory at the expense of the Raiders here Friday Shepherdstown playing double- headers if necessary. By DON RENTCH best effort of the ,season, both of- While there will be once again fensively and defensively, last a lot of exciting action in the se- Friday in Peters burg. They have tional and area grid wars this been showing real improvement Friday and Saturday, the big with each passing game and'when game of the week coottld be the they play host to Che Loudoua meeting Saturday afternoon of County High Raiders Friday night the :~ction's only two remaining at 8 o'clock they are expected to undefeated teams -- Berkeley serve up enot~gh of grid fireworks Springs and Harpers Ferry--set to send the Raiders homeward for 2 p.m. on the Harpers Ferry reeling under a defeat. gridiron. Coach Lutman said this week Both the In~ans and the Ti- his squad is in fine shape physi- cally for this battle. And el. Whittington said it was decided gers have demonstrated three that the Bakerton team would meet the third-place Leetown The Shepherdstown High 1.,66 football .squad (shown above) will be trying to get back onto the times this season, they can run team on the Leetown diamond victory road Friday afternoon after a loss to Hedgesville last Friday, by playing host to the Mussel- and throw the ball well, and that Sunday at 2:30 and Shepherds-man High footballers in their traditional BI-County rivalry. The game has been ~t for 2 p. m. and when the chips are down they also have the defense to stop the town, the fourth-place team, should be a real battle all the way since both teams were defeated last week. Musselman shows a 1-2 opposition. would be ~t Tomahawk. mark, while Shepherdstown is 1-1. Members of the squad as shown above are: Fimt row (left to right)-- Berkeley Springs has to date 2~hen on Sunday, Oct. 2, Lee-Head Coach Jimmy Kessel, Richard Boor, who was not suited up because of a leg injury, Larry Boyd, ;hown more offensive, power town and Bakerton w~dl meet on Paul Brown. Kyle Colbert, Max Moore, Mark Osbourn, Raymond Weller, Ron Russell, John Miller, than Harpers Ferry, with 89 the Baker~on diamond and Tom- ahawk will tangle with Shep- Raymond John~n, Ronald Kidriek, Steve Rentcli, manager, and William (Bill) Osbourn, Assistant points to their credit in three herdstown on the Shepherdstown Coach. Second row (left to right)--Danny Tabler, statL~tielan. Allan Knott% Gary Walsh, Donald games, while Harpers Ferry had field. , Dot~n, Darrell Knotts, John Fraley, James Graves, Yon Rus~ll, Gary Thomas, William Jenki~L~, ~cored 44 in two wins and one tie. De~easively the Tigers have Sunday, Oct. 9, the four teams Charl~ Winfrey, Thomas Ingram. Roger HopewelL Back row (left to right).-Kenneth Hite, Assistant been a little bit tougher, having will meet to wind up the first Coach, Daniel Graves. Daniel Hilliard. Ronald Bran~n, Michael Smith, Harry Welter, Donald Smith, held t~eir opposRion to just 16 (Photo by Jim Tabb)~oin~s in three ouings, while Berkeley Springs has given up 20 points. though the heavy rains and wet grounds have ke~ the practice sessions limRed to mostly tnside 1,ight workouts, Lutman said he hopes to have his boys up and ready for giving the home town fans their best performance of the season. Another big bathe set for Sat- urday night will~,ll take place in Cobourn stadium in Martinsburg, where the still winless Bulldogs hope to break their two-game losir~g streak by stopping the Fort Hill High Sentinels. Before the Friday night action, however, there will be a big Bi- This definitely will be the big- County Class "A" battle taking '" . .... The series is a three out of five gest Saturday battle in the see- place at 2 pm a~ Shepherdstown ,,, ...... c~m,~ ~m~i-~+,~o-l~Lhin~ playoff. . tion ~here the Cardinals vci~h a 1-1 Kastle, i':ws V;u n nU:e san i; theseda;swhile' kin; wTh~hWnnne?e~f ~he~h~WP~:;0~ kli theBr: b~O~etne l~tu:~ayaCtslOg ~rhk,w~thl :~.hos~g Musselman n w th nine iron, in front of a mirror, be- championship ce swi gs " " . ....... ,,,. football played both Friday after- Also Friday afternoon the sales, in order to be flt r e lonYJ:tr. t) r OUsrna noon andFriday night in Martins- Hedgesvil]e High Indians will be coming up at Sleepy l~oli0W O , . . fitly Ndde L0n.e enm 9 burg, Charles Town, Shepherds- going s#ter victory No. 2 when pack of nerves' as the big eVenot ,,o2~:f Le~n.ds,~,e~le .,l, II | | town and ,t Hedgesville. they play host to the Hancock Oliver -- settle down; or you n g ..... I/~ll DaP#~vaF ~.||u W ,| The Charles Town High Pan- (Md.) High boys in a Bi-State .......... Will Ru~I, VT~ agal$ thers, who came up with their Corfferer~ce battle at 2 p.m. - -- i " om YING DOWN early Saturday m r -ngr Iren r anmd " " "" "'" ii .... where he keeps his plane, was _ ry po mm r00 g InlUff T~TI~'I~Tmf~ffTT~TI'I ~m = m l l = ~, = .... ........ quarter, Rzel to witness the Vzr 3ma Cavahem trounce the iil -- - F eYst De ctonns 24 10 Stadiu at Charlott baD C etheLo;gerbnean e afroo hbaallf; OUT THE WINNERS Action MOVES Into Hen laved several years for the Cavaliers and[ o . "g" ". .... | i VR ry p . team, was sermusly re]urea .... By .... ]C: SAGER, former CHS , . - "-" o " y 1 , " j " back--Low g " " Sh herdstown Mtt lman 0' I )1 IN -- --* .... "Horse Lough begun his 32nd S t.Ad ocate/the final three quarters of their pariod, the Vikings stayed in the I _.asp . ' g --.---. 5 x ut~.=a~ ,.~,. ~. _ .=--.i= "='-- --I"--- . . . --l~ne 15aralnals won their open- ~. ~v ,r~ ,; ~ I | annual b~ttle w~th the Vikings. ba.ll game in the fzrst half. with _ __ . .... ~[~$r~ 0 ........... ~,, r~x~ ~v. u _ __ er m an tmpresswe lasnlon ana A it "~ ~----~. ~| As a matter of fact tfieir often- the Panthers showing only a slim ......... ~ [~Jl'l l~ "][~/r~ -- -- ' were neanea tor win z last ~e.~.~ ~ | sive punch was so powerful this 6-0 lead as they went to the dress- ~ ~ _ _ --.:,_ _ .: _ |nm ~ , , week wnen everyrnmg s~ar~ea go .. n [ time they didn t even have to fret ing room at halftime.I in ............ ? I _ V~*~ === | abotK three touchdowns that were i As a ma~ter of fact twice in the t~.gn~tl~.ng ~or. mere. we uon z[ [ m~,~, ~ms wm nappen on two sue I [ blown away by rules infractions. [ " rn To Pa e 2 B t " | v ~ "111 ag - I TURN "1~ PAGE ~-B ] Showing a most aggressi e ......... D A D A "Jr"| [blitzing defense, a traditional '" " I The .,OUR. | trademark ~f grid teams coached * | [[ | [ .' I ,.~ by Doug Lu~man, the Panthers ~ ~ II i UAM r~ I=IAIM I I1|~|11 ] did experience a little trouble ~/[. l! I I '"'" " " " "" '" I I IV [ wRh the Vikings in the first pc- i~ ~ ~ ~.71| [ ...... ] - -- ] riod and as a restflt were held ,~||" i /!~ I I F HO N I~ i 100K | scoreless. Bt~t after getting on ,-~ ~ ~.;.1~ ~ ~ ~1 ~ :, ~ [ [ | the scoreboard in the second pe- |K .----~] !iil~ ~ ~ ~ [~".I](I ! -'-----= ".-: ..... - -I riod ,the Panther offense led by ~=.~..~ ,',1~ ~.j'tL~'x ~ ~[ ~ [~[ [ _ - -- ~ - :: - ~ - - -: the fine blocking of big Tom Mer- T' /I1 }i I |i l _ cer and John Shockey, and the e~ l l.~ ~'~ ~ ~ [|| I ~ ~ ~" | great running of sophomore half- ~--~ ~ ~ WF ~ ~ | I r | ~ backs Alex Doleman and Glenn (~'--~. ~ ~ ~? ~ ~a ] -~".~ Hinton and senior halfback Bobby lr \ (Jr 4 M1 Doleman, ali but ran the Vikings "~, / ~ 1 . BEER-A big boost to the economy! remains of the effete Yankees for years the power of the American Baseball League, have been a meek resting place in a miniature casket in one of the display windows in Kastle's Men's Shop Charles Town. The small casket, bronze in color, has been placed in the center of an display of pictures, of the Baltimore Oriolees, as a symbol of how the mighty Orioles ,now leaders in the American League pennant race, and most likely the American League's represent~ in the 1966 World Series, have not only re placed the once mighty Yankees as the new champs, also how they played the major role in the burial rites. as pictured above has attracted the attention and commentg of hundreds o[ sports fans Town and the seetiom The idea for the mock burial of the Yankees was conceived by (Bill) Kady, the Jolly and personable sales clerk who serves as Oliver Kastle's right hand man. also directed the designing and placing of the display, and he also went so far ~s to have the most words, ,'Yankees Rest In Peace," inscribed upon the casket lid. 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