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• q AMll VIFW l.;.k Cr^r;.a rl=rS , the fourth for good measure. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAm~’ns n,~ .,.-,,v IIII II'JSVIIII v,uan; I ------------- 2 B THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, OMPAG z--. r.o. IC tu F.' Roll I hcks0n Loses. -- ]--" b g on a o t-touc when he st ted a ban ga e here. , -oun,s .as,es Coach Jim Taylor had only,War, each Ioade~l with live" Page ! I ...... I1 ~ fl h^~|~|~ TA praise for the performance his munition, including the-pt BRIER KSEcUCKcP RNN RvECOR?|ill Front Royal, Va., duck-[||| ea~D f e $ .i|[[ llllimaill ifo~~af1[ ~:::~t::: l :L, AA ( ~7 " 6" ~ 2 ~,-~I _'3i byll~4 ~J __ L===~ T_==_==~H:10is;ahn°l~0 tvibrglli~W pinned 457 to set an alP,]me Virginia record for womens b 1 s" g st su - I g - lrOlliC! 8111 Ill il " -" ..... hair ...... st th,+ lq~.lth ’:,~,~to~ i ..n,~,, in X~m,m~r,.- Ja~e r~,+,+n,~q denly Friday afternoon under a I ter scoring a most decisive rout l oi tackle Jimmy nugnes, guardI , w~m aeaa~y accuracy. , S_.'"..~;S7~ or.^ ~..~. _.,_.^.~ .~. ..... .~ ....... .~ ~_,. bright and hot sun on the Shen. ,u Iof Strasburg High last week, [ The Page Jackson High Spar- Jimmy Yates and freshman endI Several local people have b ,uet3 .mg,~.. oue j u~b nv~t:u ~ne wu~xu ~ a-m;oxt~ a~mx~herdstown Hiuh~. ouridiron when [Vw I came back. Friday night on their ]tans went . into Alexandria, Va. Vonzell. Twyman,. was outstand- sceptical suspectinuo some fa oy ~4 pros.. , they scored a touchdown and ex- • _ I home field and rolled over the [ Saturday mght to take on the big rag. Looking best on the offense I of trickery. To them, Major "t~ C - ~ tra point in the closing minutes of ~£ ; [ Berkeley Springs High Indians [ get and more powerful Parker for. the Spart ans were quarter- erman flings this challenge~? THINKING ABOUT BASKETBALL the final period to pull a 7-0 up- ll~ ! /by a 44-7 score. ,Gray High gridmen and although ~aCK James Jones ann muoac lanyone can prove that I ALTHOUGH FOOTBALL season is barely underway set victory over the Cardinals of I ........ 1 The rout of the Indians togeth, the Spartans gave a good account unarne oozier, blanks--I ll give that person ~i3[ .... "~X~'..--~'~.~:-'+~--TT---~.'--- -S._--:-'-5-I--3~--2--T--2,* t.--,S--.t.:~--,.'-LC'--t.~..~ Shepherdstown High School I ine tlaKer~mn ~enators, cnamp/er with the 67-0 defeat whmh the ]of themselves, they couldn't hold ~ ,dollar bill If I shoot blank~~ vve~b vargzzzz+t unzverts~y .t~t~s~ ~n b nezp ~nztt_r~tug ixouub " ions of me Tri Count Baseball • • " , - , . . . i The week revious the Ea les - Y |Eagles rolled up last week gweslthe~r hosts m the second and ,, • • ~ • I of ocurse will not mind holdi~ tile potenlaal_of the 19b~.1-6~_ basketball Bqu_~t._ on paper, Ihad come clg~e to breaking g~he ILt~:gue the past two seasons and [them the honor of being the first [fourth periods and dropped a 13- M~jor AcKerm~N |~ue~ Itarget in his hand for me,":~! a~ letter, tne t)~-o~ eal~zon ox ~zze ~vtoun~zneer ~quwaI .......... I n ~narunsourg veterans oz ror/team in the area to hit the een-I 0 decision I " - looks tough to beatMuch of the optimism stems rom I wcwry za.mme wnlcn nas.prevan l eign Wars batsmen, who finished |tury mark in "oints scored this I ." ........ #,.. a u. I ...... • • • ea over mem since me l az cam second " 1 . / v rage JacKson startea on nne • the return of a tall, fast-moving freshman squad whichIM, .... ....... .+ ,... ,.. im.. eague play .thin past lseason, iby sta.in, a touchdown march in t,nallenge l0 Any wn0 I + posted a 10-1 record last season Such stanaout sopho- lseas°n, w Jt meet Sun +ay after-I Berkeley Springs started off I the first°period, but a 15 yard ,. .... . ...... . . . I A bake sale for the bend • " • , • • a a noon on me t~erramstown aia- fast when Re er Barney tossed a mores as Tom Lowry, Bill Maphm, Bob Camp, Mike [not to be denied a victory as they I ............... I . g [ penalty at a critical time in the 0011b~ A~[[|~V With ~ll~ ~ the Charles Town Junior I~ Burger and Jaye Deitz are ready to challange the re- called u on their defensive bail menu, m the i~rst oi a mree- touchdown pass to Charlie Lut- drive stopped it and that was the ......... # ........... School football squad will be turning lettermen :for starting positions on Coach George }club to Pold at every point. And I~%e p?st 73SO~eePnlayo[f a~e~:~ Iman. but Clarke. County came 'last real offensive punch which Major R. O. Ackerman, direct-[in the old J. C. Penney Comp , , .............. , ~. Ingnt oac~ w~tn melt first oz sev- Ithe Snartans made durin the or of the Civil War Showcase store room on Fm~la Se te~ King s squad, , , Ii~ was me nara nzttmg oz me ae I and a large crowd is bein~ antic- t ~., • .... ~,~ ...... ~ - g . . , I " Y, P . " /lense which nrovided the break I;~+~a ~ I ................ igame, lasned out at sceptics locally and 129th, beginning at 9 a. m. ........ [that gave th~ Eagles their vic-I'V~l~e" second a of, "- . I Then in the second period[ In the second period the Par- issued a challenge to any who lgood things to eat will be t ernooa mlm g me me serles The I,................. I tory. ] o.n o,oo o ..,.~ : ....... I Childs broke the game wide open Iker Gray boys mustered enough doubt his ability ~ith the muzzle [ sale and it is hoped that the] ........ i ttarmau I Seven times durin- the ball/a7 ,''s ..... 2" 'L Y 'Iby firing three touchdown passes/power to push over a touchdown loading fireworks l lie will support the sale +-,~-.- I IA~ Cloud J. Evans I g / Y p yeo on me tsaKer-~to Charlie Ramsbur- to iv th 'a ................ " " " ' " ~• • ~=~ ~_m, • ~ -~ .---,- - ----,-,--~-ame tho aafe-se -’ *he Ea-les i+.., a;~...,,a c,....~... ,~.+ o I g g e e/ na extra point ann wnne mat Major ac~erman pertorms eacn I ~ :: • .. "~'~ ~.~'~'~ " __ . I~.. u~y~© ~: ~nm~an 1~:.~_., +~,.."~-,~::~,,.T: :,, ,,.~.~. I~";" ....... ~u, o.~.u,~.,_,~, o.i Eagles a 24-7 lead at halftime. 'was enough for victory, they add weekend an exacting shooting ex i GO TO CHURCH SUN~ rouna me area: Anegany I:L ann 1~ wu~ ~al~rn~n [an~ve-~imes,,~e,~Ea~les,cameI .League vresiuent fia.unrisman [The Eagles added two more TD's led another TD for good measure hibition using only muzzle loaded} , , Keyser 7; Frederick 13-7 over N. ] ~~ ~oason ~ta~.. | .... ;.~ .,.. ,... Ao . S.~'~*+e. "4 [ sam ~t was ~ecme~ at a meet- I in the third period and one in t in the final period, rifles and revolvers of the Civil USE THE CLASSIFIED' ~J ...... *~wn" Ve,.~rsb .... ~301ttr~ myers ~z~/-v ~" -;~" ..... 2 ~,'"~ "," ling oz league officials Mondayl~~ ~__.-~ ---s~.~ . • *., ~" ~ "'.? ._ ~ "_ I QB Speeht Shaffer |zact me aetense oz t ne v:agzes / night that because of the lateness [ .... ~~ over ~ranKfln; moorenem l~-t~icl LH Ballenger DeNault was so strong, mat only. once in of the season a doubleheader will" ~~ geley 6; Romney 21 GreenbanklRH Crane Bruce|the entire bali game d,d Shep-/be nlaved on the Bakerton dia./1 ~lll~ln ~ .------. : ~i; Bel Air to take Westmimster ~FB Wlllingham Ketterman |nerdstown move within the shad|mend ~f the series goes the full [ll /~'~~~ /f _ ~ ~ i [ '~ in tow by a 20-13 score; James Sc re b a ters" ows of that Hedgesville goal That three a es ~ o y qu r . • . g m . Monroe to edge Handley 7-0; andlCharles Town 600 13 191threat came in the second perlodl ................... .- ea tra "- ' .... n " ved to the ~ ~eague umpires wm omcmte/I / l~" ~ k ~ • II\ ~ 1.J~l[I ~ Clarke County to b t Cen 11petersbur~ 0 7 0 0--- 7 rand me ~arai ais mo tf........... /i / iI ~ ............... • 6 . . or azz mree games it was slat. . H~gh 25-0 [ [l-ledgeswlle two yard hne before [_~ " l1 i ~~J~T/]~i[~ ~~~ ~tt~ll"lllh,~ll~ I Other Saturday actmn may endl,t~ v.-- ,, | the dnve was stopped. I Th ........ II l~4L~~l~llll~lllilllilli ~ +) /J L--.a ~kl- ~-- p---===.i like this: Fort Hill 26 and Beall line KICKOff / For three periods much of the l e_~aKerton ann .wrw ~eams ]l ~/lllll ~ ~ ~' r.===~ ~L.=.==.===,~ • won me r]gnt to meet in zinazs H~gh 6; Potomac State 19 and play on the part of both teams of :'~ Salem College 7; Syracuse 27 and I FROM PAGE1 /took place between the two 30/la . ..the post-season .... league playoffs l1 Charles Town • . . . . st ~unoay wnen ~iaKerton scot West Virginia 13. /week of pre-season prattle. Then ~yard stripes, but early mvth3:~n~ leda 6-2 victory over the Winches Ill . ........... aoout a week later the vanmers a£ perloa me ~.agzes reco : :~ , ter Rebels; and the VFW defeat ross intene,,0ns |lost the services of Charlie Mol. lother of the Cardinal fumblesled Sleepy Creek twice 121 an /1 A II ~11~11~'~;~ TVI ' -r let, their first string quarterback/and thistime they converted the|12.6 " /an I It, ,~ II= tlt#al , /li=lF= ~Au o.,,~. ~ iwho suffered a broken leg Later/breaK into a victory. : / . " ..... l1 ~ ~t. /~1 :' "~'~'~'~'~" . lhe had to undergo corrective sur-[ After the recovered fumble, ij:ni~ast ~en~ays actmn W.ayne Ill m., Willingham carried the pigskin/gery for the break. Both of these |two passes clicked for the Eagles ~ - fen e~. tt.ve.~y scatterea sev ill I J i L2 H 41" i 12 14 times and picked up 54 yards, |casualities occurred even before land they had moved to the two ]en m.ts,..wnue t~aKertonused me l1 I! lllt /l I r=l t, • r ' while Ballenger carried 11 times lthe 1961 seasmn ~ot underwav [yard line. At this point Butch ,rang oan to Knock me t~eoeis out |l ll t| /all l~[ i . I~' i1. I V.~==.~lk=~' , .., ............. f h o t e piayoffs A triple by Ger for 42 yard~. [Then a week after the season op ]Ruppenthal bulled his way throu/aid Ja i n sa" " ..... "|l 1 ~li ~l~ t er r m so nuw]cneu oetween Doyle, S ocks, Low y, Turne ,|ened Phil Chandler a reserve ]gh the Cardinal line for the only |sin 1 ~ "~a " " n _ Ill IN lit ///Ill I ..................................... : Baltenzer and Willin~ham ~iayedh,o.t. ~.,’’o,.oa ..,~ n ..... ,~., h,mrha.wn nf the ball ~ame A/ g es oy r~ y oamiso ann ~a-I1 l ill ~" I~ll I U~/l~l~ I~ Jt~AJtl~ Or" .~Ari'IO-/~AJI.JIMI ~]k~OW.[~ ' ... ...... , ............... ~ .................... .o • die Moler ave Bakerton a 3-0 -- • /Friday in a game aaginst Randol-lHed esvllleShe herds,own ted for "the Vets in the second I1 lira! ll/ IL l l II,. ," NVi ~' " , , ' , ..... ' , , "[', ~' Children 25e - Adults 50’ |ph Macon College B team The[ -~. - -- P .[game. Butch Burkhart and Buckill I! ~[ il ~ I AAA { l | [ . I . l .. I ~ I "4 I 1" I I |,~ ~t first tmwns o " L v • ~ . - e ! |Academy won the game by a 13-12[ 47 Yds rush]n- 96/Hessler had homers for Sleepy Ill Ik I I/ ILL , ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! i /seore and Ott who played as a t .,,°" --.o.va°" .~.t"-t .---~'~hin’o 40[Creek m the nightcap, ill I [ [ I I I I I I I I l ! Wednesday and Thursday [first string halfback, scored an exl rushing, 56| 1ll I :]l J. i l I : Se etmber 27 and 28 tra point for the Academy on a In 39 Coach Jesse Riggleman gave Ill ~ ~ II~ t l ~ | I I I i ] [ | [ l( P r " "t 102 Yds. pass g - r ,pass f om Jim Sml h. '129 Net -'ds ,,ained 95,his whole squad a chance to pe -[1 ~ ~1~17 ~ 1 A I f I 1 I 5 I 2 I 2 I 2 I 5 I 2 i [ | ~ i ~ } "8 Passe~ " ~ 6[form in this action which gave ill 18 , , , , , , , , , , , ~~" " 3 the Rams a record of one defeat ~r I |Hare r FmTrv I 5 Complete / .... [1 ~" ~W l B t 8 '1 917t 11 2 l 31 3 I 31 71 11 .1 / .... r .......# I 12 Incomplete 3 iana one wm on me season, il "' 1 Had Intercepted 0 ~ t . ~ '~ ~~L From Page I I 1 Fumbles 7/ Commtssions are not paid on ll OPEN FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS TILL 9.00 OCLOCK! :i! ]~]lill~~~ dri,~e on the Musselm.~a 20 yard] o Ow. recovered 2/arguments won, but on sales[ ~~~'i lille and two plays lat-.r Grove [ 5 0."o re-covered 1 [made. OR DiS t.U~, # , r ~- "~ ~l.~~,~l[ rac,=,t 74 ya.ds for the fourth and [ 50 Ytis." penalties 40 | ............. ' .. ~ ,~ . _ linal Musselman score. He was I Score'b,,-uarters" i Starring Jimmie vamgers given key h!ccks on the play by lHedgesviHJe "~ " 0 0 0 7--7 I F ~ ~ :' S ' ~ ' " ~ elix Miller and Jim Parkinson. ~ Shenherdstown 0 0 0 IN-0 i Friday and Saturday This time a pass from Fiddtcr to[ " I i September and 30 - . i tr a point, n ....... ,~ DOUBLE HORROR SHOW. The rr a;: look charge of wl" ' Fe , ~ Sh hrdDo ..... the contest efter intermission. A|~= u/ ~ ea I | //~'?]~ "~ ~"~..'~. !' ~~r~[~l~ fumble recoveru by Keith Auvilll-rllllTnllrfl urlmen [ :~ I~, ~.~ I. ,11! ' ~:ave the Tigecs possession at Mtm] ........ ~ .... I i '1 ~~ . . selman s 41. W,th Sonny Longer-I • l= !=_ _1_* I i IF.~ I~]{l~'lt/~lS]~ ,~am, Jackson and ~mmon ~apiln ra~;v rasnl0n I ~. + ~i per getting off several nice runs l ...... # ------ I l[~Jill~'~ ~ ~nd Bucky Genry doing a fine { The rugged defense of the Shep / ! ..... job of quarterbaeking the Fer-|herd College Rams, held a newI • ~ ~: rians drove for their first TD in/and inexperienced Frostburg I .... ,,w,~ ~.,,.~,a.~ ~.~ 12 s ..... play . Napper scored on a one I State Teachers College football I rl+U~-- yard plunge. | machine in check Saturday after- I " . ' A pass interception by Jackson/noon in Shepherd stadium while [ ~. ~lr,,~ who also gained 73 yards in 12~ the Ram offense rolled at full} " .~ ll[[~-~ 1~i'~=~7~'~['l[~i carries set up the Ferrians' final[ speed and the r~sult of this com i " llll l=/lllill'til TD in the last seconds of the[bination proved to be an easyI ~' l'll ~ contest. A four yardpass from t 29-6 victory for Coach Jesse Rig- i Above is the striking Chrysler 3002.door hardtop. Deep, contour bucket seats (lower left) are an exciting option on this model. ' ~an [o daCKSOn (lla me WICK. I gieman s bnepnera Kams. I ': - Miller, Parkinson and Grove/- The hard charging Ram line l _ _ ' : ~~~rlL]t~B,.,.ll were the standouts for Mussel-|didnt let the single wing attack ] T/ t T ~ -r~ :~/"~ ~ Illl[~t][1 man with Mickey Jackson being[ofthe Frostburg team get moving I • I II I 1 • • / Ik I II I i I I • • ." • • I~ | ~ outstanding for Harpers Ferry. | and after more than two hours of I V 1 I-4 If%/ ..... i THE YARDSTICK | action under a sizzling sun, the[ • i i 1 i 1 I ! i l ] i II II II l[ Musselman Harpers Ferry | Marylanders had only 55 yards on l . • J 1 1 1 I , 1 L ;1 J 1 J 1 1. • It' t 12 First Downs 13| rushing to, show for their efforts, i • ~..~.Jt..at_-l- ~/_m- ~ ..1...m.i_.,m _l_ ~ X-/i ~ Sunday - Monday - Tuesday 26S Yds. rushing 191/Had it not been for on 21 yard ] .... October 1, 2 and 3 15 Yds. lost rushing 6[run by Ed Shoup in the third[ ~ll'~ "]~T[~I~T "i~TT1- T ~-I-r~T~ ~"~ f'~ ['~ .. .~.. 253Netyds. rnshing 185]period Frostburg may have been I IHI~. L~ 1 l/l-% I'q..~ ll--I 14 IIIh It£/ i41/1 1 =~l'/ 14" "- 11 III I .~ .~) ,~1[~1~. 11Yds. passlng 14]on the minus end in the yards] .L'l~J/][I UltLNU J.IIIN I]JI_N TT 1' UJl_JJI_J OIL/IX ' ":.~:" 264 Net yd~. gained 199 rushin column. , . .... , ~__,~/ :~.~olIOW~+?,~ 11 Passes 14] Walter Barr passed for two of' ..AHIGH PEI DI 'L CE , PORT . EiaW POI: T A i',ur|: ~~!i.l~[l~ll[ ~[~ 2 Complete 1'the Ram touchdowns and Stan] * ,-,I ~ ~,~t u u attlJ_at.t ",1 .~& +LU.I.U&JZltt .LJ. ttU.LJ .I. UIL1UJl-2, ~~"'~'~ ~ 7 Incomplete 3 IMorgan, another back carried the I , , 2 Had intercepted 3 ball into paydirt for the ottier two •'~ ~ -~", ............ χ~- .... ~ ~..~ '" " t • " ,, !lPh _ . .... I I \N VIS A NEW CHRYSLER 300 With a price that puts 300 4'1 ~~ .................. k , I ~umotes a scores. ~. ~!.~:,.+.i~!~: ~!~+.'.+/~$:.~,.".~: .,-;~. ~.. " : .t " . iL4 6"II J; 0 Own recovered 2 [ She-herd marched 43 yards for ] performance and luxury well within your react, You your / I ’ ~ ,1 :"~::~2 :'..~:!::'.+.~4~z-" -::,', ~. ::~.* " +, ::.:-':,:.. • -. 30pp. recovered 1 the first score of the ball game in I choice of two bucket seat interiors; big V-8 engines tannins from I I ~~.:+~7, 35 ₯ e~blmmlll~ 0{the openm.g quarter with Stan [ standard 305 to breath-taking 380 horsepower; three body styles 1 "' I ~..--~llllll~il~ ~P+~ ~cor oy quarters: I Morgan going over trom me two I ~]-~ NL~. / I[_ l~ i f I//~ ~ ........... II ~ ~~,:,,~::> • ,. ~ :,. - Harpers Ferry 0 0 6 6--12 yard line and Blair Overton kick .... , mat noooay can mzsta~e ior a compact. -- , ~::,~~ ................ :-~, Wednesday and. Thursday Musselman . 6190 0---2, ] agm?e t aaPOint to give thc/ Check out the otherCt,ryslers, too. 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