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@ @ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1966 .... I .=~ New Uniform Proj Night 1 A special meeting of officers t29 wilt be Thomas Kitchen, and directors and any other in-Ihas long been active in~ terested persons, of the Jefferson 1 league's operations as an o~ Little Baseball League, has been land team manager ,as the l called ~or Monday evening, Sept. I president. He succeeds I~ 26, at 7:30 in the Legion I~oungelManuel who has served i~ in Charles Town to discuss ways lpresidency for the past and means for financing the pur-/years. chase of new uniforms for the 101 Other officers are: W: ....m..=.-. MICKEY JACKSON scored two touchdowns last Saturday night to spark Marshall University to an opening 27-20 vict- ory over Moorehead, Kay. Ctlege. He had an 83-yard punt return and then scored the winning TD on a five-yard run with 1.07 left in the game... OUR HOWARD JOHNSON" o;-vator Bradley Nash, brings us a 1966 Harvar. Football Brochure and it's a dandy and our thanks to a .c ap who graduted from the age-old Cam- bridge, Mass. University, class of '23/Bradley was manager of the football team at Harvard in 1923 and can come forth with some interesting accounts of his college days... GERALD JAMISON, a name well-known around the Bakerton and Harpers Ferry athletic circles for many years, banged out a double to drive in the winning run in the tenth in Ang lazt Sunday Bakerton shaded Tomahawk 3-2 to win the Tri-Gounty Leagpe baseball chaxrtpionship. Our congrat- ukations to you htmtling Bakerton fellows who do your best to keep fine gaxae of baseball alive in your portion of the county... OUR SPY .000xx4, says that a new aub0 speeiway will be constructed (a half-mile oval), on an 87.acre tract of land south of Martin-burg near the airport. There axe also strong rumors that a similar track will be built near Ronmey with both tracks operating on Saturday nights.. Get those 'cut- down and abbreviated autos" ready in a hurry, you guys who crave slot of e citemeat... Here's the brand new '67 Chevy pickup! Strikingly new in styling, its trim ap- pearance puts many cars to shame. And tough new body sheet metal resists rust bet- ter. New all-steel pickup box provides full.depth double-wall side panels and tailgate. And the attractive new color-keyed cab inte- rior is roomier. Also, there's better visibility plus many added safety features. The_ new '67 Chevy pickup looks so good and is built so wen; you can use it for almost anything! ED ~" / New {~t~T-ans in two sizes fer '67... sew V8 i~mor, tml All new ior'67 is the Chevy. with hustling V8 lmwer. Van 108 with 108" wheel- There's a brand new breed base and 256-cu.-ft. loadof Chevy trucks tit your space. Or pick the Chevy-Chevrolet Van 90 with 209-cu.-ft.cargo dealer's, so area. Both can be equipped stop by soon! 47.14tf [ EW LENGTHI ROUTE 340 EAST CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725-7045 AND W T'S THIS we hear about our old buddy Blackie (T. & C.) Davis becoming a Duke Alumnus early last Sat- urday morning in an effort to'get in a round of golf with a foursome which included Manning and Walter Smith and Cot. Jody Crane? ?,.. STAGE DISCOVERY, with Jockey Johnston in the irons, won the MillviUe Purse at Shenandoah Downs Monday night. He paid a mutuel of 7.60 - 3.40 - 2.40... .~..t.lil. OUR THANKS to Mar Jng (PM) Smith for bringing us a copy of the Sunday Wihston Salem, N. C. Journal-Sentinel which gave some fine coverage to the Mountaineer's 34-15 loss to the Duke Blue Devils last Saturday... studying proposals for raising re-elected treasurer Charles Town High gridiron against Frederick Co unty Junior High has been re-scheduled for Nov.. . " . . " " / 9 at 7:30 in Charles Town, Coach Harry Barker said. Members of the squad as shown above are: ~nU~:rmnsec~a~hi::n~i~:e nwei~1 First row (left to right)--Jinuny Walker, Dewey Whltmore, Calvin Stokes, James Barr, Dean Nichols, ; make ....... .~~ .... * *~ " I / ~.. I,- r,.~t/~1~ JLtV..,LA'I4 U.'t. 1~*~ JLI.*.~ ~l. tll&O Doug Allara, Dennis Magaha, Robert Glasaford, Stephen Bennett, Greg M__ills, Jerry Rhodes, Clayton I meeting. 11%1=1 I'~ I Anders and Gene Carper, manager. Second row (left to right)--Head Coach Harry ~ar~er, Alvin Brown, Since a total of 14 teams is in- rtAJ L _ Mike Wfltshire, Fred Russell, John Maconaughey, Denny Walker, Robert Singhas, Glenn Barron, i cluded in the two Ettle leagues ----~-~-_~_ _._- --. ":, St|De Clendenlng, David Dots|y, Gary Gray, B. Manuel and Assistant Coach Norman Howell. Back l and the Pony League, and each ~f'141qIHII i| row (left to rtght)--Allen Brady, Pete Hill, Jimmy Pierson, Mike Cot|,% Dean Viands, Ronnle Marcus, [ team roster includes 15 players, J~,III.I#ULI 11 == Walter Lewis, Marshall Williams, Larry Carr, George Fletcher and Lawson Melvor. I some 210 uniforms will be ineces- lqil~ i|lppll ptl[~ sa In (Photo by Jim Tahb,) ry.. the past players m the /hi% WPPK-PN[ [Pony i~eague nave not hal urn- =,=,,w II li.I i, ,~m~ forms. And last year when four Johnson interce.~ed another Vl.k-I ~1~|~ A|m ~U~ %, P~}||~#~ ~#}k I more little league teams were Friday ~:e-t 2.2 / mg pass ann se~ me stage ~or me 1 I "' ~ ~" -- ......... i lllt, ~II IOIUI~;M I~ l IIIII added to the L~ttle League set-up . " _l ~inai t'aamer score. t was mexl .... I under the headinu of the Ameri- riancock ~t Hedgesville, 2i ~' ,$tt')~f}t/'~J'~s'~ Doleman who went in for thel Dmmmm|mm T~ ~l~i~ [~mm~mnl~|~|l E~IIMI[~u |can Little League, there was no Musselman at ShepherdS~ , ~/{:Tf~[~'~: score from two yards out. , I nUlllilll /I I=aiglU IIIIUIII JlilUIUgJ I money to purchase uniforms for 2 p.m.. ^ , . _.] Coach Doug i~u~nan SUVStltut-l ~ i the 60 boys involved in this Louooun uoumy ~t C~ ed his reserves freely in the final I Orme Wilson, Jr.'s Celtic Air, for 2-year-old foaled in Maryland,/ league Town, 8 p.m. l permd and still the Panthers man. I star of the 1966 2-year-old season Virginia and West Virginia. Sat~/ 2The'six teams in the National Fort Hitl at Martinsbur~I ~ -- age~, to notd the Vikings sc0re-[ at Shenadoah Downs, wR1 be favo- urday's contestants are the re-] Lea,me have had unif-rms but p.m. l Im I ...... ~ Y ' ' m ~ es~ ] red. to cap ,his .... year wRh victory mammg produce of more than .h~t ov ..--~h~-- ~..h~" .--~" -~"~'~ .~.f"~ . ..__.,,,m Fredermk at Boonsbor0, 81~ I Mercer, Shockey, Hmton, Cur- I m S~turday s fifth running of the 300 mares nominated m 1963. h~r ~ voar~ snd .r~ h.a]v in George Mason at James [] - ' I m and the Dolemans played an I Tri-St~te Futurtty at the mght, ' ' ~ need of bedn- re"aced with new 8 p.m. / l ~/~~ I outstanding game. I track in Charles Town. ! #M~r~ I~ ...... t~.&.=. Aft : ones, President K~tchen stated. North Hagerstown a All4 = I Defensively Shockey and HEn-I The handsome chestnut son of ~D ~'UWIP$ ~l~[J ~=U ARhouzh no cost ~i-ures has as 8 p.m. J I ton each had three tackles and l Belmont winner Celtic Ash heads, .,.+ ,..~=~'~.~...~ .2 ~'~. ,~. .... ; Fauquier at Clarke Cou~ ..................................... | ......... I The ORCB bowlers scored a 4-0 ~ ............... " .......... " --~-'-', ..... : "'] Iour assists, t~ltz wuson naal a lineup o~ IU prot)al)te startersI ...... ~,, ~ ; .... ~.~ ;,. m p.m. / " ~'| " ; '- ~'1 I two tackles and four assists. Mike/for the 6-furlong stakes, richest victory over the Community Oil :~.'~'~h*~ ~ ::~,f~'~]~'~] Loudoun Valley at Hernd~ ..., ., I McKee made two tackles and had[ race in West V, irginia with a Company's Citgo bowling team ,~%~%~" ................. p.m. | i .... ' seven asszsts, Mercer had one l gross value this year of 22,700 Sunday, Sept. 18 in action in the ~'" . Rid~el~v ~t M,~r~M ~ d ' t tackle and five assists, and Alex| =lus , Bi~County Ladies' Major Bowling . rne lea.gue is expected m. act fr~t~ki~ at "Petersl)u~r~ 72] . t- a ~ 1 Mon(my mght on the committee s, 1 Doleman had one tackle and sev f Le gue ~t P kes de Bowl We now pay 3 % Interest on all Savings Accounts l e: ~i~t~ - "/. Hulett. C. Smith,. Govern?r .o ....... .............. recommenda~:ions for raising the Hampslulre at Bruce, 8 ;~ , . . ....... wes~ virginia, Will present me~u~ Drown roue~ the nlgn sln- mone " " " We also offer 4% Certificates of DeP0slts I Score by quarters~ / tropily following the Tri-State. gle game score, a 195 and high in- a-a Y~et~rP--U~C~hase the ?2~f:r~a:~ Saturday, Sept. 24 \] " ....... divi~ual --" re -" 509 .... ie ...................... ~" ..... ' ' - " I Charles Town 0 613 G--25|Th:nrra~eahm,s t~hi~ Cmu~mtt o~ Ma~s ~l~leS~-~ thZs~nd~';~ that every league officer director FeBrerk leYmSpringS at ,* " ....... I Petersburg 0 0 0 0-- 0| ..... g ...... , , :: . " "]and parents of children who will~.rry, p....... j _ , ~,,M b- a -~'~at ^f 'ast -'ear's " -" I / meeting wnten closes october 1. single game score, a 192. I be participating in lea-ue play ~nepnera a riampaen 5y(~ It emits ~mer$ / I f'W]flTI~XT ! Celtic Air posted the fastest Set scores for the Ci~tgo team lbe present, st~ ster at South tt~ ............. ~ -- " . 2~bllUi~ == 6-fuxlong time in Shenandoah's e . . . .. . town, ~ p.m. [ MoorefieM 26 thd~elev 13---~ ..... [ [ ....... w re. Fanny Edwazds, 382, ShLr-] Heading the L~ttle League ac-~--~ ..............,,,t ~a P 1-B , From l-age I-/~ FROM PAGE --- 1 e gh~-y r ry o y . . . . F~ '~ [George..Hurts boys are strong .............. -- ~ . ./ra~m~ last month when he step- ley Heckrnan, 395, Helen Doff, I t v t,es for the next year as the Wltham & Mary at West .... ; .... ~b~"~'-- I aga~zn m~ year::..~ ...... nrst n art ~ne..vlg~ngs m.ove(t oeep[ mere only 16 teams haves.tgnea] ped t~ne distance in 1'15 115 so~c- 442; Scuttle Marcus, 484. ~ result of an election held August gin[a, 1:30 p.m. ~,,~ w~-,,,. . .~_ _ ~ eetersDurg ll~, l~ranKnn o--*l'ne lnr~ charles Town terrz~ory, once/ ap for this event which is always, -- , ..... ,r--" ...... . Martinsbttrg 13,. For~ Hi~_fi-- l, Vikings might be. badly bruised on a Charles Town fumble and ,un It is to be played as medal! ~rm~t~:tTu?a~t~x an~ -- ; -- ~ -- --- : fne F.ttc. -coa ea . .m .aogs/after their battle with Charles the second time as tlie resutt of a play best ball of the twosome.| ~'~.,~,~ ~,~,, o~ *~e favorite proved ~ ~at~raay ~eo~y[ Town, but they w~l still be strong pass ir~tbrception: _ ~trokes to be given on holes des-/~ .~".~'~" =~." "" ~ "~ " are stronger man m o~... p! ~,. | enough and well enough to take It was midway in the second pc- ~unated. Tournament will be/ A suosequen secona on a muu thought whi~ Fort Hill alan ~l Franklin. , , , iriod when the Panthers hit pay ":, ",~ "' -- "" I I dy track and m a race marked by show as muC~ power as had been I :r- ~CourR-- 21 Bruce 7 ~ dirt first and the ~ore came as pray eL. a .coo, ruing..m . me_ rules/ a fall, took little of the lustre ~ ~ ~ ~-~ ~-~ ~ ~-~ ~ ~ ~ ~e~ ~-~ rumore~,~ ;; [..~a~m~-~.--~Y,~ .... ~ ..... the i:~max Of a 70-yard di-ive, po..~.e~l on me auueLm__m~..ra. ,^~m/from the big chestnut and the ~\~I ~]~!'~}lH] ~I ~i~ ~i~ ~:l~ ~ Frederick 28, Boonsboro 6--|been nlavin~in a tou-her lenm,e .Rlithe final21 vards commgon ~,.~..,~ .~,,.,~n~ .i=h** .~.~ 2.~[crowd XS expected to ms|all htrn B.~!~ ~]~] ~i1l~:{ Wl~]t ~t~f~ .~ .... =-" .. o o -,=,- ~ " ~-.-,.. -. ...... .. --,.6-,-. ----,-- " a " noice " : The Warriors of Boon,ireful tha~ ha~ Bruce * 1 a jaur~t around end by Bobby n~ 7 n m Mhr~ t~zrn~ n~'a n~r]~d I S thell" C [1 ~] ~ ~' ~] ~~r~* ~.~ ~/~\ showed week they are better ] Eartier brother Alex Other likely starters included i than laltyear, btt~ they Ittll ~}:].,~~'. ~Phi h,,}~ , ,~ ,!. Doleman had scored on an 11- mann ~,ri 14o~r~v ,~f~ ~d,.lBetns Tune, conqueror of Cet~e , ,. have enough to cope with .~,~ ,~.-l'~A'mn'--~'~,=t=';~';q,i%,"~r,h~'~';,yard end sweep, bat a penaRy end'g~"'~ha~a~n-s~'~4=,-,."~:~'V -- lair in the Wri-Sta~e last Wednes; " ' Ways big and good Fredhrlc | ,,d~, hv o =u,~ ~,,.o,, T* ,,,m h= i had nullihed the score. ; On- last note" ~* course t, in I day, Mr. Albermarle, fourth in , ~.u~.~ ~,j .~ ~ a~.a,.,~,e~,..[,. ...., wa~t,,, wv " ~ ......... the te~ ........... I a rough and tou-h battle aD the{ It was Glenn HJnton s pass in- the best shape of the summer and ltaat one after going o.if .as _ ~ ~, Myers~ate -- oacn] " { terception of the game which set a little coonera~ion from the [ secona cnozce; ann r zowmg ~~ Jerry C~houn's BeaU boys wI,H4 -'_~: . ....... / the sta e for the second Panther .~o,~o,~ ,~ ~,~o.~ ,- t.~., ~, ~o i NULL, who finished third to the . ~ II~, I narnlmen ~yaney ~, ~nepnera . . . br~k ~t~ the win co m~aa this] ........ ,.~ ~ - - score early_ m the third permd. ..aw .... v T~, ,, .... ~,,r,~.lac.~ ~..,~i' _vots,a~ ]top two m the Prep. ~ 'i ~ w e aft tw losses ~..~ne mares 3us~ aunt nave ...... . . ~k e~,_ 0 " .. 1...1,*..~.e..~. v*t *ht~.m.~n IAfter pulling in,the Viking pas~. rake sand traps, and keep pull] The Trl-State i~ the last furity m ~~3:-~ _.Jlt~eS ,wood !~, George . asn,l ,^.,, ,...~*=1"~ -.--*hi= -,--"~ he ran, 28 yards for the..T.D. ,. D u.. L carts ,off the fringes of the remaining m America racing and ~ ~~,. ,.,..,, .,.... ..... ~ ...... .:.-:~,~.::;::~:: ~.: .,. ~.~_.,,._..,: l~---'l~le ~el~ are no~ as| - " " I again the score was nuumea oy ' " " " e Vir- ~ ~.,...:.~.,~.::;~z.,: :~** : :~ : ~ .... ;,~:, ~ .... greens.A li,ttle help from every- m the richest race m W st :....~: .,::~::~:~::::.:...: ........... ~:.~:.::.:~!::~.~.:..:~:::::::. ............ ~:, e 1 the Westminster 35, South Hagers- e ] " i " I ,i~ ........................ ~ ................... ~ ................................................ ~ ................... ~ral~ this y at. as ~L, but y~ _ ........ ] a penaRy, But on th n play lma It was introduced ~n 1962 ~ ......... ~::::~ .................. ~.:~:::~::::~ ......... ::=~: ............. 1 lad " . one would be a good ~dea. g " [':'iI:':'~ ......................... ~ ............... ~':I~ .................. ~ .............................. ~gl have enougn raft ~ ~me up, t.wn_ .07"l~e.Ow ~ are Iv~ded. Bobby D~eman took a qumk pass . with a win. f me n retre L . I from Quarterback Leeds Corbin t M Altesa~y 21, North ~ownl :Haadle 13, Warren Co..unty 6-- and raced 38 yards to score. 1 q ....... O---While the Ca~pex~ of Alle- C?ach Ronme R,ce and hm Judges t Charles Town moved 49 yards .n0rts News & Vtews ! '*an a-~ ~t as u had will make it three in a row and " " re k~ g Y n powerf 1 as . ....... la~e m the third period to sco I~ ~ i~ reported, the Hubmen are, g~ revenge |or las~ year s x~.~ again, wRh Hinton going up the ; t~ rum |'age One) "" weak and t~xperienced to[ zoss to warren ~oumy. middle for eight yards and the f? , ~ the Campers, | West Virginia ,26, William & ,third Panther TD. He also ran ........... It Handsome new Fleetside ....... f26 1t 21 The MouRtaineers and oln~ to we the al]ne~Chev3pmkupmodclsfor196,' _Clarke 21; Fau_quler I M_ary_A.-"- .... ! -" ....file f r.the ex rap." _ g" year at the Keyser school last Saturday with a 28_-13 loss to LL oys rom Berry. L [rJ _ ra:r , ers teaL.. .... Bainbridge, (Md.) Naval Academy at Stayman Fmld. Ear Vllle are good e~tell thh4igh they : u=.~e, ou~ ~ue mtm~tameer~ ttnvw t~te in L,,,e rlnal penoo Jaoooy T..~. ......... ,~.~.. .... oo.,+~,o,. ,~,-,~a~ i= a aefel ive last week to Albermale and it heir own terrain better. Doteman mte/rcept.ed, a V . mg 'oo-,ounts they wig' prove i against Fau- I, pass and ran 55 yarns |or anomer ................... . queer County. ] ~,, ..,'T---: ~ ,, score, but a clipping penalty nul ............ . _ , Loudoun Valley 12, Herndon 6 l~e~wme Aaveruse lifted R. Seconds later Greg MAGAZINE VARIETY, reports the TV ratings showea the Miss America P geant clobbered the Balto. Colts-Green Bay Packers game two weeks ago, for viewing audience.. The C01ts-Packers got our vote, however... teams in the two little leagues~Beahm, of Ranson, vice-pred and the four teams in the Pony I for the American League; I~l League. I Lance~ Jr., vice-president fo~ After being rained out in their first attempt at raising the curtain on their 1966 football season last Thomas Kitchen, president of [ National League; and Manu week, the Charles Town Junior High footballers decided to go through with their second attempt the Little League, said Wednes-|vice-president for the Wednesday night despite the rain and the mud by traveling to Musselman High to be the guests of the day a special committee headed I League; Mrs. Paul Myers, Musselman Junior High boys. The game which was to have been played Wednesday night on the by Kelley Lance, Jr., has been tary; and William Dorf, wh~