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| SPIRIT OF JEFFER 0N r RMF S ADVOCATE ' SECTION B--SPORTS I'AGE,, , , ,,, c -, " I I [ . IH[ RSI)AY, O( IOBER 1 1.1;),} . Sheph ,.,h r.-" gAft ght erdstown Co.Captains Harpe Ferry i Tigers Charles Town J PanthersGoin erThird Strai Trounces Eaqles To Lead !eam Against Indians Friday High Gridders Open Victory;olonels Seeking Fourth Win; Shepherds.town Hi~h's hard-hit- ~: .... : : [ . -.----- BY M AX BROWN ring and alert footbaliers, wi,th,~d ............. SiX Game Schedule iBoth Teams Have Good Offenstve Punch I[ ehnalfb~CknnCyha~deHc~ntle:ad~nd ~ .::::Z:I: ::~:":: . ~ Coach Paul Barr of Charles In oantra.~t to the pa.~t several ,ground Nays and pas~es at the ,way, ran roughshod, over a much:.;::.:~.::: ~.. ,. a.% . : .... : .... Town'~ Junior High Schc:fl foot-. !weeks. there, is only one football Panther .... defenses in an enor~ to less experienced Hedgesw,lle H1g~h :~:":::::::~::..i:~ii::~!~i~; .... ":':~:::*. i.: :.~ ....... ;: : ball squad announced today a six- .~ ,.- ~ ~ . ~. t g'lve ms team wcmry No. 4, Du- tit met Blocks Quick-Kick In 'eleven Friday afternoon by a one ~~ ""*!~ ~ game schedule with the opening b~.t.tl~ ~at=d to take plac.e.~n g.ff trail will be throwing to enns oonn ' is listed" as a possible" starter at the center" position.' [] [][ ..~.~~~.~ ~~i where they will meet the Clarke S.hjeh%hlJ;~mv~;toF iwet~OdO'~ " r t~e~b:l!~dlit' ' back" "p u aCKS OZ a. ~ ~e anu ve le with V. P. I. I~reshmen lsided 44-12 score on t'he Shep- :s~i~,! contest with t,l{e Junior High gr:d ~:,~on wou,nty un.~ w ...... ;iw~m Watt and James Spri;~kle, the h~}' herds,town High field ~"~~ ~ ders from Musaelma:l High School t}~at, one wJ]l~, wA1 4b~,~.,b ~ ter reported to be one of the best ;A BLOCKED QUICK-KICK by (harles rown~; John Hunter, whoalsos,tarredfor't~he' ~~ ~ 'here on T~ursday, October 1. The .... . ....... ~--u:. ~{.: .... ~,~: endsin t'he V!rginia mague. [l:inner led to tboe Little Mountaineers only 'ID as they Cardinals in their ope,ning game, ~ame will be played at Leg,ion thets and t.he Colo2fl~vOnfcJan~: ICoach A, elne Manuel ha~ a 4(): omy carried the ball six times, Du~ : Pield begm'ning at 2:00 p.m. Wood th~h Schoo ...... a n " nd Ima.n squad at James WoOd H!ah }(,wed to the V. P. I. Freshmen at Bluefield last week ~n t'hP ..... si""s sc,,red touch- xx,~, ......... ,q ..f ....... A ~,~,~.,,, Va. M~i,ould be a ....... .:ne, A ~ano it was LnougnL lie wH| ortng ]~'5-6... Skinner saw action in about half of the game ~,:~ 2~Y~2"'.2;;o~ ,;C ,~a ,,o.~ I "-:-- - - - -_-::: .... I ~l [,.,.,'.."':',:," 7,..~u":~.'~',~j,'~,~"," ~';~;{,~,~ when the Lwo teams meet on ine the entire squad to Challes Town making his first start wi',h the Little Mountaineers, the afternoon Waldeck ~ea Ifor aetice several weeks a o Lemon park I eld a!F P;, ..]fox' this game ' ," ' P " ' g 'cord erowo Ol oames vvo,)u a,,u * i Jamea [~0ade a very creditable showing so we understand. This the Cardinals' aerial show as he .~:~i- U 'Coach Barr has high hopes or tom .4 ............. r .... ,s .~neeted Bota Charles Town ant . . ff ' , ',,~.ll~tl lf2~N J[ UWIL ~11 ....... ~ ....... , ,.~ not only grabbed a 23-yard touch- in u w,th a fa~rl strong stazt ......... Wood came ttnouah last week s [[[,eek-end the Freshmen go ao'ainst Fairmont and Skin- down pass but intercepted ~ Hed- ll~l~~~ 1 in~ e~even this Be;Yon. Poll;)wlng se~;~o~ ~:l ~et~n~e~ste2 ~t! t~,~ pames without player injm~esbaond !er [gesville pass and raced 30 yards[ ~~:._."~ - -- ]1 It,he opening game the next con- . . , ~. tthus witi] one exceptm blln~, iogethe~ ~OL only Iwo tin O ...... for another Cardinal touchdown ~ te~t on the card ~(qll be Tuesday "i: : " : " " "h- should be at full strength f()r the I]]tgne For Panthers as .lames ......... :: ...... . .'de,eat, ca teams out ~wo m L~ e~ Coach Bill Osbourn's boys did-] ..... ::'.:: . Oetobe~ 6 w~th James Wood m '. .- . '--. ........... H, ibat'tle. . ., - 1 mobb orlgnSl~( IIllllueltc - ,,, [[[b'ood Colonels Come to Town-- -', ..... , ..... t,:,~ ,.v,.~,~: .~*-~ ;::. Charles Town at 330 n m Tile : , .. ,, . a .... . Coach Mmnuel said this weeg ....~... ,..'.,...,. " ~..ay .... ~....~ P= !:'::]~ ~.mo Xxrr~ncl o tel oll Moll monstrated they can move on two seniors at encls" ttooert e.hiotl, [l{: WHILE CttARLES TOWN Itigh's Purple Panthers : :.;,::. ...... little Panthers 'wiil re.2urn the the area. goth.te un. navflde-he will start Sp }nk and P .'alt., c.-~s ~.it~r~uzz tt.u mart.~z~u oo .: : .~:.:i:.:~i: "%..?:':::41::::: ::: :::::.!~i:!::. ., ............. nco'ln - . 1 all " .... ~" ' ,lIiave been rolling in high gear, having rolled up wins lYards to score in eigh,t plays. AndI .ji. :.J Iday, October 12 with a 3.30 p, m. bA~ ~e" grundh2n:a'lno ~'e(;non:la sen}or and Pa}~!Jenkin~La ~),,~,- ove,. Romney and'last Saturdav they came through before the fi~s.t period ended the )~. :~ game at the new sonora jus% out- 222,.~'~'/~:~.~""2.~ ; ...... ',~,, ~., a tlr ~ gaCKleS~: ~ev,n~ ~ .... ~=.Y, Card,inals had rolled to two more !i~ side of Winchester, Va. Friday, ~,~u.,,~:,:~ -~,~'~1 .............. lon~ [a semor ano ~ommy MCI~. na~a,a [[l ith an easy 26-6 decision over the Petersburg ttigh 'ouchdowns. ;::/ October 16 is t,he date for the --~,'"',~'~'~-,225," ....... ~, .... won l.lumor at ~ne guam lX).~}~, ~.u H[[ikings,.they will certainly have to come up with their . ;:::::~*~ -~:~ /li:ttle Pant,hers game with the Mar I. t.nanes ~ow.,.,_~-~..,_~!_:j2,/: ~"d I Danny Stotler at me eem( r s,ot. In the first touchdown march ........ ~ :~ ...... ~ ...... . 'nanoil iroiYl O0[n i-tx)'iizney au - he ames Wood Dave L s d tw f :..: :. ~t....b~.rg Bullpups but ne~t.he~ the ~.. Y ...... amet Making up t J I l}unoay best again here Saturday when they entertain I . .u cos tos e .,~ o perectI L.: :- [time nor the nlavin~ sight has I~e'~'ersm'g ano m_nm~ner g ; .starting backfield will be Tommy Ill,he James Wood High Colonels at Legion Park... The ,pass s:rmes to e,na ~en.ny wai ............ ..... '::?~:*~ ............ c'hes D ck Harm~on and' . ,, [ll[olonels, with their best team in years, now own wins of 34- !deckt,he lastfr ga.inSpas> accountmgf 20 and 23forYardSthe ] ~:~~i[i;i::T [been dec4ded on as yet. On Tues-il~dnCa~hii~ips have to push t'heir D uvall at Quarterback; aG~):[fe [ ~ , "'"~ /,:~:::.::::~ "i*:::::* dax O,Aober 20 Coach Bart. w~ll ~ ' . ~ !Olame and John Heple , :~/. , ,_ ' ...... 2...r, ...... :,~., xr~ .pro eges to theIl" maxim/ira effOlt ~,,.~u~. ~,.A Donnie Alnbl'oge .it frill Ill over Elkton, 33-0 over Luray, and 21-6 over Stras- tscore" Waldeck also drop kicked .... /~a~e ms ouys ~u ~','.y~' ......... i '~ ~ s~'a ....... the to ,ve tho . , . [[I}urg and Coach Arehie Manuei believes his team has I dinals a. ~ n ~nd I Cou,nW H~gh Jayvees at 3:30 o. m. t , ,:_ -_ , ..... a'l have l Coach D.ck Ha~m~.~on wA} start II[[ hat it takes to win the championship of District 10, .... " ....... / - " --- ---- - - I ,and then on Tuesday, October 27,~and mce,cnarws ~u~'.,_., ~,X:ttiDaileyandSp,inksat ends,,Asmon [[l|roup II in Virginia this Fall. The 88 points which t l-leogesviue naa ai,eo tOl _ - . :-- --- -- -:- | .ttho schedule will come to a close|cme somewna onc-.m~ Iand Gray at the tackles, Coulter B [[] hey have racked up to date, prove to us that they do I'mve to a.nycLegree aftey the Car [ When the undefeated Harpers Ferry Itigh Tige---- ----- rs move into w'it-h the Clarke County gridders [scores: ..................... l aad Stocks at guards and Van 1[' [][iave an explosive attack, one which will bear plent'y of iRina: ssic :n bn,e'pnerus, rwn ~t-KlMrgan County Friday'afternoon to do battle with the Berkeley p~:aying at Legion Pield in a 3:a01..vanmer 2'5'2"~Metre at center. The bacz~iem Wm . .... ~ne panan.a on [ne iirsc play L u- I Springs High Indians Tommy Manuel (left, their fine quarterback, p m. engagement. ~aUlr~s, no 2aSoel;nen,~e ]~a[nt~'r tbe .lade tip of Burns at quar~lr; [[[] atchm by Dick Harm~son s boys here Saturday... .CaB oroK. e r~nrougn. ~;ne neagesvihe ] and Ernie Webb an equally fine lineman both seniors, will be serv--- I ~ ] e" - "Y ...... ~.." ............ back, Glaize and ~ooi,.nso~) a~ [, _ big John Hepler and End Ed Sprinkle, Coach Manuel i'Jine and outran ,vne secondary ior / , ......... *,,I .... *~'~ *o~'~ Both Manuel and Webb have t* -" ~ e,____|l _ / ecung a,no passm~ m~ tc .... ~ ..... I halfbacks and Jackson a.~ ztmtmct~. [][|eclares that he has two of the finest ali-around players 61-yard.sco,re. Minutes later Wal' '[aye im ;r t 'n;'role , in-ihe tw"o" victories which Harpers -erry has MarTlns0urg ttWnOdvit tor l a iel: be !i 'in .e ake o / Las y :ar the Purp!e P2nthmi: [llthat he has ever coached... This should be a ding-clong laecK was ,n vne scoring ring again ........ a,..., rue . ' " ' /ran roughShOd over me cmone s IWhen ,he picked off a Hedgeswlle .-,~.,~u .... ,,:. - ,F ~ ~., r H.H lthree, /in Winchester i~ut the Panthers hi'tile from the opening-whistle Saturday and should [pass an.draced30yards,to, t,heTD. I ..... /rounceolsyr0rlnlll ]Fine Quarterback /were h,lrt inore by Rraduat!on '",,,::i)ca,'"~ttracti: contest..bY far,. the |argest crowd of the season to a ,~iiiei~!~~;~;i!i ~ha r~es T0w. :ih0wsGr0~p.d. FO~i;;:ii~~dae[M:iih~t~i~ I i~imt~i!;~t~;~ iiii!!~:: ::!ii!;~off~!!~ii~!i ]]!ongrat ulations, Brown R, unk]es to Gary Johnson. A,r Pnw~_r In I _t r h.rn Sen~tinels in Cumberland i ' " ' ' " " [[[: FIFTY-SIX YEARS on one iob is a long time---but In the second period Shepherds- ~na-m=,w .w ~= -=- , ,~,w --~'" X]l "" I ................ 2rra-e which the .......... [[[[-hat s what Brown Rissler, who 'quietly observed his 69th town rolled for two more ,touc~- __ ~ -- ,~nt~i~,l~~l~tUgt~0~'wi~t~iin Vhe sec- MaIM 10/1~ [~d~ Mnd~k Ta Make BOW [[]birthday last Friday will have c( me February ls! with downs .wi,th Cha.riie Hun,ter dash- mHo r-),~,q,~ m ..... ~,~ po,~ ~cm.o 'Pho ~:,-v fn,- extra noint fail ond ha,lf brough,t the Marylanders I~q,,lrl/ I/VV ~v%1~%. u'~vw%.u~ .v u newspaper. Brown is the Intertype operator who ,ng 6 ya[dL torte Hedges l'le thm s'once a an" used a duel ed and was 13-0 for Charles one-sided 44-0 Cumb.e 'land Val- a. e' | __ '_1-, fl_ [l[ u[s this column in type every week and he's just like .a n2 ~nen~ffi~ prays ground and air a)btack to score a To n as t, he half ended. ]ley A th)ettc League we~,ory.. M lwpr I .mr UII uLIUU i 7 ',ll ~Dld man river'---he just keeps rollin' along... Truly lt.~s Inter l.~,e~ Pnu~ht tha l-l,~,-1 uee~s~ve ~.-. .]~.~ ..... ,,~ ~ was in rne tmra periOd maBi .:. _ .-'. .,. . ,..o -- ........ ~--- ..... o--~ o'--~ ---~- ~ . , ~cappeo Dy playing Wlu, zOU~ ~,, ges~llle pass defense ,fla,t-footed ~ f~r~.Ji~l.~i,.~l~ i~ ~-~-~1~ r~h~,],~ "rnwn the Panthers zeally o, ed t services of five regulars-although The new Dodge Dart automobile Michigan to move to Windsor On t remarkable fellow, indeed... Petersburg Hzgh Wkmgs Sat arday . . sh w heir ' ' ' ~ ' and tossed a pass ,to Hun, ter who ~'~,"~,"'~'~lc~ ...... ~'""" ........ offensive power as t~hey scored o,n Oharlie Cunn,ing'ham "a,nd Boband t.he ,new 1960 Dodge ears wl.ll taria lo manufacture bicycles. In Local WVU Alumni Chapter to . ga~!eopedfor another score as the "~;;'rn'eariv in 'bhe first period five plays after t~aking the second Stuckey did see a few mi~,t,tes of make tq~eir bow !,o Charles._ Town 1901 the~" mov(d to Detroit to be- kttend Mountaineer - GW Game n.,, ........ ' .... ~(t~h,~ fln~ ";,,~h~t,~o ,~:l~o'-p*n- half opening kickoff, Burns, mix- aetAon, the Mar~;iins'Du!'g ~UllO0gs and sectional r~sm.entson r'~o'}y, co,we automobile t:att.s makers By The passing, of quarterback Lyn thers' .......... rolled right':"" ,~"'"Jalong ............. on a scoring his. plays well, gave the ball did themselves, proud m, me. nrs~. October 9th a~. bpiKero. MO'~Or bales ....... ~a~a',h~:e ..... firn3, t~ad built .-Darts. for :: PRESIDENT KENNY METZ said this morning" that wood Strode who connected on a._ to Glmze on the C T 40 and he~h,alf as they .~tubbornly hm~ted on east Wa~hm~.,ton street, extend ~n-e t}~ -~00 000 automobqe~" pair of tosses to ,Matt Wllhams ................ raced to bhe 45 where he la, teralled the speedy Port Hrll boys ,to a pa.n ed m Charles Town. Mr. Sp~ke~ ................ ~"-~*~'~'s Jefferson County Chapter, West Virginia Alumni .~ .izrg spree for .the second strong,hi . ..... ~_.A~ .n..n .... moved ~t~he Cardinals for a six, t'h weez~'~m~st~me, g~eI;~ng s~~em.reven to Jackson who cor~t,inued on to of TD's set up by fumble and proprietor of Spiker Mot.or Sales ~.~n-})~J~--'~?'--~?~~* ~o~zno' Association will attend the Mountaineer - Geor ,e Wash- touchdown early in the final stan ,~.'~'.,~'~': c~,.,,~,u~.~.~.~,,~.~-~-~,~.~ t'he Petm, sburg 2'/ A short pass blocked pun, t. ,here is hig~hly exci,ted over the dr- _.!~u~ anu ~,,e~.utj)r',,.,/:..:,?-':.T,..2h ington football game in Washington Friday night. Mem- za. Stride aeeoun,ted for .the score ;2"7C,2 from Burns to Dailey .moved the It wa, s a far, dirreren,t story in rival of the new Dodge cars and will travel by bus, leaving Charles' Town% Junior on a four-yard smash ,~".'t'~'~,:~,.~.~aC.~'~'222",;;;~,,:,,~'2'~ ball to the 20 and Jackson then ~'he second half however, as the sa,id that he hoped every persen ~"'~"~'. ~.'~'"-~').;'('t~2~~ ,3~fe,t. com~b/na~ton elicited On ,successive n~ar.ked the secoa.d ~ne they have Robinson went to t, he 7 ,and on ,to break Vhe game w~de ~pe,n w.rth pah'a,t to take in the initial show- }on,. In the 45 yea~s since then tigh School at 3:30 p. m. (Standard Time) Friday of- -- ........ , .... - .............-, , c ............... ....................... -,- . ......... . .... , cnamea up zo pomss , l the company nab made apploxl ernoon and stopping bv Ho ate s Restaurant for dinner, plays cove~ing 32 and 31 yards as a , . " . ~:,he ne~t play fumbled hue recov- a five-touchdown barrage featu"- ing of these great new cars, come . . ~..^^^' s =._~ .~ ~,.,~ ,~ kfter the football game Chapter members and their Che Eagles drove 66 yards for,their unce ag~ain aaso i~ ~as .q.uar~er. ered on the 11. Glaize ther~ skirted ing a pair of long pun~t re.turns mr Friday. October 9 at h,is show ma~e~y/,~u,~:ar.~ a~a~io .... f.inal TD,midway of the fourth per back Larry Burns, one e[ t~ne .mos.~ end to score. TD's by Del He lmick and Jonnnyrooms. Mr. Spiker, comm.nting ' : ' -' ~' , ruests will attend the D. C. Chapter's open house at the tod. l,mproved ,b~ll players in t~e sec- Burns Passes For TD Bell covering 71 and 53 yards re- further about Dodge cars and So hig'h was Dodge Brothers L'ouchdown Club. Mr. Metz said that he has from seven An ln,tercepted pass by l:)lckie t,ion t,bAs season, who passed and Near the end o.f t~he third period spectively, their founders bad this to say. repu~tation as an auto pa~s rod,n- to ten seats still left on the bus and anyone interested ,Welsh set .up Shepherds,t(~wn's last directed the Pan,thm~s to .the vic- Charles Town moved 91 yards for "John and Horace Dodge. who tffacturer that when tim f~Hn an- ]n making the trip, the round trip bus fare is $4.00. 'touc~hdow,n on w,hic~h Hun,ter ga~- ,tory. Burns figured in ,two of the t!he~r fouN~h and fi,nal ,touchdown ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY fou.nded Dodge Bro,thers, began nounced it would build a car of : " 'loped '/8 yards on an end s,weep, four .touohdowns scored, tossing witch a 32-yard pass from Burns Bussian heart operation is de- working in t'he %ransportation bus i~s own in 1914. over 22.000 firms .... Os:bourn lauded the defensive tou0hdown passes to M,ll,ton Cook Turn Te Page 2-B scribed here. iness in 1899 when t~hey left Niles, applied for dea]eL'ship." avenport at Clarke County 'pl, ay of ht.s'en$ire forward wall of ~nd Bobby ~pinks. He comple.ted HENRY DAVENPORT' lcal bY wh graduated frm Wa ldeck'Manny Knt't Rn Hen- ei h passes fr a ttat f 161is teachingihe seventh grade... E derson, Mike Grobosky Porky ym'ds, and executed his plays from Deep, strong flavor f0t fall i t. James School in nearby Maryland where he starred .May, Harry VantMe.tre 'Vernon ,the "T" forrn, a,tion so well .the ~n. both track and football and who later played a lot Kidwiler ,and Jim McCa~ty which Pan,them were a~te to roll u'P tlhe .'-'~~~ football at the University of Virginia bei ore he corn- nmited .the Ea gles 4:o ,a net S0 :huge total of 380 yards on passing leted his school term there, is a member of the faculty yards rus,hhng. Guard Cliff iner and scrimmage. ' ,:: :!:!:i:};i:? .... Clarke County High School in Berryville, Va,, where and tackle Cha.riie Weigle were Fullback Charlie Jackson was al ~cabbed as outstanding defensively so a workhouse during t'he a,fter- ~ ~..::.:.:i;::~ 'for Hedgesville by Coach CKwrles noon carrying the ball 12 times P.~ .. iii ~: !L::':'':':':'+: _ . .... Spencer. and pickin-g up .a total of 116 {ii::i::::::ii:: iiii!i[ii~' Dodgers Win in Real Thriller The score by periods: lyard,s including a 10-yard touch- ~; ; .~ ~ [ :'i/:~" ~i:'i:! ! !..:i:i!i!! i i i!!~ WELL, IT TOOK the Los Angeles. Dodgers 12 i nning's Hedgesville 6 0 0 6~12 [down drive. Gl.a,ize carried the ball t Shepherdstown 19 13 0 12---44 eig~ht time's and ~ha.lked up a to- J'"' ~ .......... iii~i::~!i::~!~ ,o a y r son c mm ge hips riding on the line, topping the Mi(waukee Braves PI...L. IP .... It.. IP .... L.. I by Robinson Who jus,t missed nab ~ll~|K~ %,UUlII I,I-U:)IIC~) [bing several of Burns fine passes one of the most exciting and thrilling games of base- [for touehdo;~n runs, carr,ied the all that your humble servant has ever witnessed on TV ~|~e ~o1~ Iball six times and rolled up 44 at any ball park... That was a tough play which 1 !- /yards on scrtm,mage. i elix Mantilla had to'come up with in the bottom of the - -- -- | Coach Dick H armison s Pan- The Clarke Country High Eagles [.t~hers, afterd,l,sc~laying only l.ig"ht and.. this savae Mantilla was playing in the . hort- rolled wi.t~h ease over t'.he Berkeley~ j~bs a,t t,he Vikings early i:a ,the op potation, taking over for the injured Johnny Logan. Springs High Indians l riday after[g.~me, really lashed ou.t for ,their made a dandy stop in racing towards second base noon on the Berkeley Springs foot[first o,f four touchdowns just be- drid really the only play he had was to fire the ball to Ifo ta38s_ 2d cision.['ball field scoring in every period[fore/~n thet'hesecondk[~Odugthh~hP%nkfirst period ended. Then ' irst base as quick and" as hard as he could. The pla: I .a ack Junior Goforth ~hers real'ly bro ' ' backfired and the Dodgers picked up the chips but we II who led the Clar](e County touch- ring's defensive barrier and moved bever forget that great exhibition of maior league base- Idwn pa de by scori,ng bhree o,f I for another touohdown. ball by two good ball clubs the Dodgers'and the Braves. [~he six TD',s the Virginians made. IBig One [tie hi,t paydi~t fro~m the ~t.wo and [ The bhird quarter was the big [~aced back ~ pun% 50 yards to[they not c~nty scored two touch- ey-Clubbers Have Programs , ]~hree yard lines and then later one for t)be Par~thers, however, as i HATS OFF TO CHARLES TOWN S Kiwanis Key Club Iscore. Idown,s and an ex,t~a point bu,t [ Qu.a~terback Dave Eri.ckson s.cor [they domin.aCed play much cff the nembers for coming up with attractive printed programs ted on a quarterback sneak, Lalrd ]time. cor the Panther - Petersburg game week... Let's |wen,t over from two ya.rds ou~ and [ ~t w,~s not un,til the final pe~qod lope that they'll have them for every home contest this ~R'amsburg hit paydi~t on aa 11-/tha,t Petersburg could bit pay dirt [yard sprint for Cl.arke Coun~ty. [ snd their one lone score came via m and we hope that the fans attending the games / Tom~lin coewer~ed ~Rer t~o of/the aeria~l rou~te .wlCh Boor doing dig down for the small sum of 15 cents and buy a |~'he TD's trot the other four tries [ most of ~s passing ~o ~ooy an~ ~were blocked by OhaNie Lu~man, Nelson. Ckn this only real offer~ive wogram whenever they attend the games...A fine pro- [Berkeley,s sophomore tackle.[drive ~hi~h the Vik,ings could mus for you young Kiwanians, . . [ The Indians struck f(yr ~bot'h tier ~11 a~f, ternoon, a to~.l of 85 Turn To 2-B ----.-- Turn To Page 2-B [~their touohdown,s in the flrst ham 1Yards .was covered. Koon,~z moveo I i [.as Raymond Mi'ohaels raced 40 [Tom Doyle's kickoff from .the yards for the inl,tial score and Don I Petersburg 15 to the Pc,ten,burg ~ ~ I-Iealy hauled in a 12-yard pass 34. Then B~or passed to Nelson from Mi~haels for t)he second six- on the Peter,s'burg 48. Then :two poin,ter, passes from Boor to Rohy moved , I~t was t, he second stra~Igh~t vic- ~0he ball ~o the Charies Town 18 ,ory for Clarke Coun,ty Which had Where t~he Vikings then switched~NATIONALJ'Y AIDV~'RTIs[@ previ(msly bea~ten Strasburg. 27- to a ground a,t'.tack and scored,I"~#'/ ~-~ .,~ 0. Berkeley's xecord now stands ,~l,th Koontz going over from the u~t 1-3. ~hree-yard n~arker. A 15 yard pen The score by periods: al,ty however hel,ped the V~kings Claxke County 6 14 6 12-.=-38 to set the s,tage for t,heir score. Berk. Springs 6 6 0 0--12 ~t ,wa~s a Petersburg fumb~]e Touchdowns: Clarke Coun~ty-C~o ~,'~h set the stage for the firs,t MEN'S SUITS forth 3, Erickson, Daird. I~vns- Oh~rles Town score. B(>ar dropped burg. Berkeley ,~prings-~ioh,ae,ls, the ball in a~btempt~ng to handoff AND SPORTCOAT$ Hea,ly. E~tra po4n~s: Clarke Coun and Tommy Stocks pounced upon ,ty-T0mbltn. i% on the Petersburg 35. Glaize and J~ackson moved the ball to the 29 Post Time.. McCormick Herd Given ,a, eoa e O thet e Plln |nn races bah to t, he 14, Bu.rns dropped back --..n,..= , and hit Milt