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OF JEFFER. 0N q r:.rmr , ADVOCATE SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE THURSI)AY, OCTOBEi{ 22, 1959 I FATHERS BY MAX BROWN Rough For Panthers To in Own Back Yard--- THE RECORDS will prove us out on that state- Charles Town Itigh's footballers have always found and Black gridders rough opponents to handle them under the lights at Cobourn Field when the Panthers eked out that 18-13 thriller he Martinsburgers, it marked the first time that Town High School football team had beaten llhlogs since way back in 1942. These two rivals to a scoreless tie in 1946 but that's as close as the ever came to topping their Berkeley County OF CHARLES TOWN HIGH FOOTBALL PLAYERS HONERED GUESTS AT GAME Hundreds Will Travel To For Crucial Game; Charle Town Hit h Band In Special Halftime Show The big one for Charles Town tligh's footballers and hundreds of ardent followers, comes up Friday night tit Cobourn stadium in Martinsburg and unless it snows knee deep, just about everybody, except those working that night, will be heading for Martinsburg and what they hope will be a big evening of gridiron action. Renewal of this .O annual classic will get underway at 8.o0 or about 20 mh)- utes after the midget football game which starts at 7:00, is completed. ' The Panthers and Char'les Town keley Springs, will be ready to go fans have been pointing to th4s against Martin.sburg. game since the 1959 season got Last year marked the first time before they won over them last year.. The underway, and with the Pan,t,hers in 12 long yea~:~ the Panthers were with their fancy season record will quite natur- riding high on a five game win able to gain a VivtorY over the streak it's possible the Charles Martinsburg Bulldogs and ti~t 18 favored over the" winless Bulldogs l riday night, ometh|n~ new and ~npci~| wa.~ intr(Htueed hv ofe~t~l~ ,~f 'h~,-l=,, T'~w- ~h ~-hool at the Charles Town Berkeley Snrln,*'" Town delegation may be as large, 13 decision stands as a mark for ; hOt discount the fact that the past records all s ......................... . ........... ., ......., *..s.. oc " - ..... " or possibly even larger than Mar bot'h teams to shod at that the Bulldogs have been rough for the Panthers game Saturday afternoon when the occasion was designated as Dad's Day' and fathers of the Panther players were honored . " , ' " ~ " fath rs could[ tmsmlrg s The Panthels having shown or did attend those that did enjoyed the special place of honor they had been given for the day. And school officials reported I The Charles Town High t)ana real aerial power ml~ year, wm idle under lights a! Cobourn Field... by being given special seats on the sidelines near the Charles Town player's bench. While not all of the boy's e . : ~. _ .... :, "s, .,. s .. s ' nc he v oven so uu f " " n ir ~ith one of the home ames to be desi - has been working and hard probably try to be~t the Bul:ldogs $ # ~.- ~: , $ Lhi week that si e t e ent had pr . ccess ul It will become a annual affa . g . . g I . .... - , ...... t - -h i~" ~~Ei~e~tD~ia~r~j~d~el~B!e~~r!~,-~r~a____?,~ntil~,,s~;!'~ng~', ,rated as "Father's Day" each season. Among the fathers or grandfathers on hand to help cheer their boys to victory were:-- Ion a. special nalfume s noy, w n!cn oy go} ng over an_o arot na ~ne_!nta Front row, left to right:--T. H. White (grandfather) ; Charles Jackson Carl Frye Alvin Linton Glenn Specht Gerard Donohue snouto prove to De m~ere.~ung oie ol LnaL mg ann sLrunl~ aaaruns Hunter Lloyd, Robert Ballenger, Eddie Spinks, Elmer Gl~ize Vlrgd Burns, and John S'kinner. Back'row left to right:---Luther Coul~ /and impressive, burg line. And if Burns, R~binson, ter, Roy Kisner, Leo Kisner, Howard Roper, Richard Dailey, Captain Nussbaum, Harry Wilt, George Stocks, and Dr. John L. VanMetre. ] With Martinsburg still looking D.ailey, Spi~ks and (?{size are rs have just beaten Pitt--and that's real big news," (Photo By Tim Sinn) /for their first victory and Charles cricking, mey are ,~tjre to g~ve the / r will be ~ulldogs menty of t]ouDle 7 - - Town still unbeaten, the e ' - ' " - " * "= :": :~ * * I I|e / ~ el/ [~ ~ mm .. ~O [ ~ | I ~ , i plenCy of hard-knocking football Mar tinsburg on the other hand lay Will Be "West Virginia l~ fllflfl hrlflfltar Ii~mlkaw Call Ta D=~ma~& ltwnaa in |~1[i~I~ ]on the part of both teams. Coach is expected to try to b~tter vheir tic ||U~li VII~,I~W I[U|NNN|~N] numb /Itl onuul~_hl I /HIIISM Ill ~m~Ul [es Don Netoskie a.ud Arch Powers L way through the Charles Town at Shenandoah Downs--- "* I == ~===u=v--~ u~mm u~ ~=~Bv~== I I of Martinsburg will send a some- ~line rather than around and over lOST OF STATE officials and legislators will con- In R,,eu l[ek..d,,la. I.... --.. -- ~'m me [DI~A|~2~II~a ~A~ ]what crippled team agains~t the [it. But fans can expect t;he Bull- III II~l~l]][ J~IIUUI~UUI l~[ll~l I'll [lltlaM Imdl maa IIUII~IIIIOII~,U IVl Pant~hers as the result of three [doks to Cake to the air on coo'as- at Shenahdoah Downs for West Virginia Night. ._ , . _ _ I ~ Ill V| IJ~~|| ~| |||~|~||~ I I players having been lost several I ion especially if ti~eir gro'md si- al Manager Bob Leavitt has invited the dig litaries ~, . i~ LI ~ I ~' I|l/t~ll 1~ ____e___l. I~e.llL Iweeks ago for the remainder of Itack is stopped by the big Pan- them see racing in the Eastern Panhandle and more Next o me N0. ;$ I IW YU tl0itm$I FIll the season, or at least until near Ither line. I t+ ,~,~,, ~ot,~ t~o ~,, ,o, ...... , ..o~= .=~,~ .... n ~, ,ho r-h~r~s I ~ I t'he end of the season. I Charles Tow,n wi'll have the Ma.r ally at night. Also on hand will be Miss Janet Hill Under the able direction of ] er'and"~naT'~)un~'c':hesoT'~e~b'~/~ I W'o"wn "one'va'~'~ lln~ 'But a"n"off- ~ ............. As for Charles Town Coaches [ tinsburg team outweighed both on ro, W. Vs., Miss West Virginia of 1960. The beauty head coach Paul Ba~ r and h~s as- [ Charles Town High Panthers long I side penalty nulhfled John Mc- ~i~;:~~ . _ . " ................. ] ................ , .............. . -. o "-' "* . ...... ~i;;i~;.~:;;i~:~ Dick Harmisan and Ronnie Phil- the line and in the backfield and will present the trophy after the running of the ~lstant Donald Mickey Charles I.~:m,-d~v afternoon t~ ,u h,~, ,~m I c~,llou~'h' een~n~ r~l,,n~ and Vln i ~?~2- - | lips hope to nave use r-aa.,~r.~ au I wzm z,~re oe,~z .~u, eng~m tu ca,z Virginia Night purse, featm-e of the program. "w's , " hf " "~ ........ . ............. ~ 7 ........... T full strength for this one Charlie upon Coaches Harmison and Phil- To' n J~mor Hi~ oobballers ]a bunoh of hapless, bu,~ game Ber I cen,t Perncone toss~ Michael for ] -- -- -- - I[. _" ............ ' .... ............. ; ........................ g those who will attend from the local area are State ure rolling right along this season. [ keley Springs High Indians off the I a nine-yard loss back to the CT [ ~lt;::i - I [ j~cxson, WhO ~m.e~eu ~, a,m m- [.*v.~ ~z,, ,~..~a~m~. u,,~ir p.z~tc~us In the opening game at Lewion[f,~,~t~an field as they t,,,~,,,~ ,,n| ~a r~n t,ha n,~t slav Michaels/~ .... | tJury in vne t)mmersourg game ~nto vhe oaL[,m as The zavorstes ~or )r and Mrs Clarence E. Martin, Jr., Delegate and ................................. " B i iV. p. C. Perry, and State Senator and Mrs. Ralph sufferedField' ~hea Junior6_0 setbackHigh gridders, at ~he I | Fridayfr theirnightbig, ba0tlein Ma~tinsburgUpCming with [,thethis I _passCTwasl0intez~eptedand returnedbY CHalze90 yardsat ~] ~{r~. " I[[ _and who~dld not. play against er- t4~e hn~t, t me, m 13 years. -- and Clerk" of the Senate and Mrs. J. Howard h~nds of tlhe Musselman Junior / a one-aided 53-13 victory on the ~ for a touchdown. ~ ~ I I |, and Delegate from Berkeley County Cecil Noll. eleven. Then ~,hey played ~he | Legion field. And the elgh,t touch [ , A ft~mble recovery by Eismo,u at / I I -- I at the director of public relations of fice this morn- S aznes Wood Juniors t~ a scoreless [ down mauling ~hich the Pa~nthers [ ~e BS 23 set up another quick TD ] ] I ~~ I rid that to date, a total of 180 members, their wives tie and this was also the story[ u, nleashed affains~t t~he Indians, I w,i,0h Burns tossing a perfect pass] [I -- I~ ~l-.~, ~'~ I thers had already mailed back their acceptance let- When the Gharles Town seveneh|.could easily have been everso more [in the e~d zone to Bo~Y Spinks. { I I - I~ bilGIl~:3 I~W|I | on James Wood 7th and 8th graders,/on and P~nnle Phillips c~lled ],to 33-0 m'idw&y ~f the period / ~ I ~'~ ~.1~ ~ I ~ ~ D~m~ ~00 I ihat theyll be h2nd Saturday night. . and eighth graders tackled t;he / had not CoaChes Richard Ha,znis-I J~hnnyDoyle~dt~emargin~ [I ~'~ri~[q~r-~i I.~ I bhe two. teams bat~tled to. a .score- upo~ all 0he reserves they l~d to vehen he legged t.~e pigskin 26 , |I~HU ~/1 less tie. Then the Jumor eleven/~Cake up the b~ttle as early as the l yards on ax~ end weep.I~~l t.i ~ ~" i ARLES TOWN HIGH'S Purple Panthers were rated played Clarke County Juniors to alsecond period, l Brkeley drove 75 yards l~te in ] ~~~ I l l 6-6 tie last week. On November 3,l From the second play of the ba~l I the half w~,th a pass to Dennis Ev [ ~~t~~ I | | ) among the 20 top high school football teams in both the Junior footballers and lgame when Larry Burns found l ere0t for 13 yards se~tlngt,he stage' ~~%~.'~ ~1 ! ~rea by the Wa'shington Post- Times Herald Tuesda3 also the seventh and eig~h~t~ grad- | Bobby l~obi~nson all alone and.shot I for the long Michael to Hewebt ~ ~~~ i | ~ - .~ _ | ing. The Panthers are given the nod above such ers will Journey to James Wood/him a 22-yard pass for a touch-{scoring aerial. I ]l [~%-:~ ~I!jI~|I~[1L ! -out high school elevens as Fort Hill, Washington for another crack at the Li,tOle Col| down until the end came five ~f- I Charles Town added two more I / I ll l||lil [!llB I e, High Point, Blair High, Anacostia and Walker- onels, The final g~ame of the sea-lferen~t Pan,thers simred in ,thelscores in the third stanza as} {i ~"j~-~. " _- _ | son will be with the Ma~tinsburg ,touchdown parade, l Burns legged so. in~tercepted pass ]1 | V~x'~'~ ~ l ~re;High.intheNWclassif ~they~ ...... can only lick those Bulldog,s Freshmen here on November 5./ By midway of the second period I back 43 ya,rds fo~ a TD and Jerry ~~!:i~ ~ l I~ 1~ \, ..'2~'~:1~ _. -- I r " " "~'~:~ ,mr :! et,-t eir rating among ,ha;~ been ~ of in [,tl~e,.P~nthers had ran up a corn., [Fr~:$,iilt} y.a4;d pgl~l;,.r~'~'a.i~.,~~, !.~f - [ i,| ...... ~J~,'.~'~~ ~ i Virginia High School teamsshoutd ertainly zoom High this year in football and it is |their fifth consee~attlve vivotory a~lby Robinson's two-yard plunge. . ~~~ I r-l.l--l~J~-~l \~'.'~" ~ I ads.., tere~t at Charles Town Junior Imanding 33-0 lead in marc2tlng to I stage for "a sho~t drive cllntaxea ~~~ | ~ ~g/drF,~v~' ~Y//f~ ~ I ::: :,~ ~: ...... almost certain that several out- |a~a~nst not a slr~e defeat. | Both teams hit paydi~ in the [ ~i~ , I ~ I ~--DL~=~ ~ | U ....... standing youngsters will be moo-| I~ill Olaize arid Bobby Robinson | final s~,nza as F~5'e found day-1~~~ !l 1/~ ~J 1~...41~,~ ~ "~ I D ANSEL, WHO pens a very interesting and inf- lng up to Varsi,ty compeU,tion nex~ leach scored a pair of touehdown~s, ] liCht a slar~t over his le,f side to t ~--~!~ I 11 ~ ~ l~t'~\~ X-~ ~ l ol ,, . fall at CharlelsTown's Senior/to lead the Pan0her's most e:plos | gallop 38 yards and Berkeley coun ! -~ I i I H ~~~"~'~,~ \~, ~ I ttive s)o~ts c ' " _ 1 " mun, Sports-0nce Over Weekly in Hi h Seh . lye offensive attack of the season / tered vith a 60 yard m,arc'h on ~he ] ~ I I | l/ 1/ ~l | ~ ~ ~ \~ ~ I g col . . . lampshire Review at Romney, had the following to {Bobby Spinks, Larry Burns, Jerry~hard running of Hew~0t McCuI1- ~i~ l II N |~ Y I'fl ~ ~ ~ ~ . P , . a.._.. {Frye and JOhn Doyle also contribu,ou~h and Mi(fl~ael with Hewitt tal ~~~ i ~/ ~i[ | ~ ~/~"~/'/ ~ | ~bout Charles Town s John Skinner after watching rarmpr l~fllOn hmr lied tottchdowns and Tommy Doyle I lying on a 13 y~rd sweep. } , -_ _~ { | ~ ~'NJ | "~" ~Y'/ ~ i ,title,, Mountaineers. whip Penn. StaLe fl-eshmen. He ......... ....... [made good on four placemen,tlBerkeley Springs 0 6 07--13]. -- I ] | t I s Onef the 'Little Muntameer's utstanding line" W""" " " ^" = /sk C Snfr trreC d f ICharles Twn 13 20 13 7--5Z / " | ' ! ison at Charles'To n H{gh School. Skinner hits e,a!es at about 210 and he is going to be a tough S epherd Rams er ilable ff ~ II ~mond M~chael on a 49-y~ard pass| -' ~ '11 / ~ { " l~s 0 j | {n Wh{te, Bla#k, Grey or Drty-Buck, mm~ I ~: .':: :,,: ~ ,,. eli an t football fans with ~a flawless per- w ........... ,play m the second P ~ d ,~= ,a ,,n.aa,an , f ...... .-- -'- { | with red rubber or b{ock cu,hlon crepe ~. I ...... /ting payd,i~t on a 13-yard sweep i.n [ 'hV{,~ iv ~S|MVM=w { ormance ms, or.ought ~,~-la upI ...... ~ I T 'PAPPY' LEWIS said one day last week, "The '; ~ : ::: [,~o-~^o~,,-,~-u~ c,f t,h~ c~nt~ I ~set victory over ~'itt ann ~mfiona~ I $o~e. ~en$ma ooy$ $~ze$. ~ ~ I . : ........... :: .................. "~" ............... = "backfield. ,of the aveek" honors ,to See "t today. urprise we'll have for Pitt is that we'll show ,,-f,,- .... : I W VS. lech 34 7 /,.. I J& i amn%n aturday:"... "O1 Pappy wasn't trying |rho.,.= '.wn B Snrin~s | ,,e - !ran:'~ndpassed 'for 151"yards lin- | ~ | ,..... ~uuuy,,:,,,s ......... gain tl~en. He meant evely )void of It. - i:i: ::::: :::= : :!i: ":I / ....... .--~" " "= '7" I ' The Shepherd College Ra~ms put { eluding two touchdowns punted I At edv, rt *.d on TV ~~l~:!'i~ | ,. west v,rg,ma bo s sh ~~:~;! ~;::: :~:: / First ~s ii~|their big defensive line to a real si~ times Without t~ i~tu~l~:in~iud | ' .o,.,.. . ~:~i~ I ....... , ... . Y owed up all right. :: ~~:i :,:;:. /220 Yds. r . g.. '--|test Saturday at Montgomery W. bigone that went 47 yai'~s and | -" ~ ~~(~i~ | .... --eu up a r tt team rated at least two touch. /.31 Yds" Str nhlg when t;hey tangled with'the rolledout;ofboundsonahcfL| ~ !i!~' | ,s 'stronger. And we are sure by this time you have :::: /z s r et y , . g ll01Uabeaten West Virginia Teeh grid ' , " | ~ ~ | ! all about that thrilling game the Mountaineers ;::: |295Netyds gained ' 1961 - ~he Te en crushed the hl amans ano {I ........ /106Yds. passmg ImeniaaW Va Conference battle *"w " To " last .Sa.turday... , * * ::: : ::::: :~: :: ~: . o ann v - ~ /:i~i~i ~i~ i~ ~:~::;::~;:;~t::ii~i~.~!:~;' :j :: :j !: : j/i:!'::~ jjjji::i;!:ij:::;ii~:; [ 5 Passes . ' 2=] 1,ine and went on to score/Hear About Charles [I ~:i :~ I ARE1NCE BRANSON, half_back and leading scorer [ i Fage-Jackson Spartans, suffered a broken collar in the game with Douglas High from Leesburg, Vs. two weeks ago and will be out of action for the re- ter of the year. Branson is also a member of the ans basketball team and helped them to win the )hal Basketball title last year With the bi home- game with Washin, .... " " " - , -. , g powerzm uaraoza Hi h on Friday, October 30th, Coach Jim Taylor 4s this week trying to find a replacement for Branson s lack position. The Spartans will be all dressed up in Al,t hough thet .c e " qu~ck Scm~e i. , ' ' ' 1 new blue jersev uniforms, 26 of them, with large Buddy Barker, a real s.ta~d:out mark ably close,.bot~h tea, ms collect second leading rus~her in the W~v"- [ . _ - .~~ ..~.., {i I numerals on their backs and they tell us that the ; ll for the Charles Town .~a~.ertcan ed 16 first downs and Charles IC going over from t~vo yarns ou~. ,~virs. Lena lmffm, ner oz wasmng- I | D~Vetr' f'-*----ql/ ~.A / --~, @*/ ~P I ady for Cardoza when the big day comesup sere- Y . Legion baseball club, several years Town having" only a 295-to.196 ad The f'wst of four placements, by to,n,, is spending. several days. th~s. { 1 M~J/~ ~|~.~ ~ )2 |U 0 {]| " .-'~0-~---.. | am s leading hitter ave Teach a 7 0 lead weekwzth Mr and M~ s Dave Ga * * * , . " ago and t.he te - ~een re- ~an~tage in net yard.~ge gain.Pal, t:he To.m Prop, ps .g ..... -"--" rum~eb'"' " ' ~' " [ | | Ior several seasons, nas a ~._ . s Pan~thers COl~ple~elY oommnated ',M~men,~s m~er, c~ze ~amu. ._- ~ y. EDI Y KRATZ, the bu'sinessman and race rider, called by the Baltimore o r~i~ ,the contest as Coach Rlchar~ Hur bled ~nd Tech recovereo a~ one and will report to spring tral ~g raison substNA~ted freely af~ter h,is ~heplT~erd 29. A quick drive w,as Turn To Page 2-B Turn "1'o Page 2-B camp next March. Barker, a ~a- olub had struck for a quick pair climaxed by Dick Goos,n~an s 15- itter was a ' year-old left hand h . - f of TD.'s in ~he opera.rig stltn~, yard option sweep. . member of the Vancouver c{u~hi% The con4~est had hardly sl~arted A pass lnterce,pLic,rz se~ u~p a. the pa~cific Coast League . before Cho, rles Town ~ras in com- Chird Tec~ score in the period year. He iststandlna first baseman.long mst~na'nu round, 7-0. After return|rig t'he op with Young's 10-yard, gallop ch-' displayed ou g " ening kickoff to their o~vn 34, 1;he maxing a .36 yard mar~h as 0he ce hitting by socking out 15 horn- Pan~hevs sen~t Bill Olaize around Bears ex:~ended their lead to 21- Post Time.. running races... LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURSDAY WIN A FREE MINK STOLE Furs by Diamond's Smart Fashions Martinsburg and Charles Town LADIES ADMITTED FREE ers. 14 triples and 24 doubles. His batting average this year was .264. Charles Town Jayvees Beat Handley 14-0 W~t:h t,he entire team playing ,fine defensive ~ball, ~the quick ,touchdowns ~dch .the Charles Town High Jayvees shoved over ,~n 0he second and fourth quarters were all ~hey needed to score a 14-0 victory over the I-Iandley ,High Jayvees of Win.chester, Vs. ~hursday ~fternoon in WinChes- .tea. , . { Coach Ron,ald Phillips Charges used a spectacular 6,5 yard pass play from quarterback Tom Spec~.'t to h a~l'fback George tally ~o scare i,ts first TD. A 45 yard r~.n by 'Ike' Lloyd se~ up a three yard scoring plunge by ful:~Uack Steve Roper in ~ fin~l qu,arter. Tom DoFle pl~acekicked ,bo'h extra 9oln,ts. ,Pldllips ~taf~ed the entire Char les Town team played fine ball defensively, especially the linemen riffler end for 12 yards and a first down. Quarterback. ,Larry. Bur~ took to the ~,r o,.n the nex~ play found Robinson. all alone down the middle a, nd the Mtppery libtJe h, alfback ~a~thered in t~he perfect pass to c~m~plete a 54 yard scoring play. Tom Doyle added the first of his four su~cesMu~l pla~emengs for the ~fternoon ..... Un,abie to ga,in, Berkeley l'md to punt and l~e Pan,hers ira~ediate ly laundhed a six-play drive cover ing 60 yards for a,~other TD. A 12 yard pass tO Robinson, nice gains +by Jahnny Doyle and Olalze .who .picked up 54 yard~_,.~n, seven at- tempt~ in the con~lus a:15- y~rd penia~ty en. ~m Indians- put the ball on ~he B~ 1 wl~.~'~l~ize ~ 10du,nged for l~he soor~. ~:: Berkeley Springs -d~:un~hed a long drive to the CT 6 ~l~h Mich ael pas,sirtg f4;rr long gsins to He, w~t and Bobby Burke I0~"~ strong defensive p]&y by Leo I~.isner, Dan ny Bismon and Jem_~y Coulter bo fled '~p t~e nmr~.. The Indl=ans received a golde~n ~oring opportunl,ty on the first play of tfi~e second period when l~hinson ftm~hled and Carl Hover 0 as the quaxter ended. Shepherd threa,tened tw~ice in the second stanza using 0he hm~l runnln,g of Hodge, CrnaI~h'e Lgc, h- baua~n and Jerry Kelicun to move ,to the Te~h 20 where a pass in- terceptlon ki,lled the march. A,.n- o~her drive from their own 44- yard l,ine, w~th Hodge gain4ng con ~ister~t~ly. carried to the Te~h 16 Where the Beaxs held on downs. Herb Renk~n ran 30 yards with a pass ineercel~vion to t:he Tech 25 as the first half closed. Tech padded i~s bulging lead to 2,7-0 in the t~h~,rd period wi~h a 91 yard march cli,muxed by Davis Adkin's 11 yard run. A,.nd the Bears struck ag~n early in Ohe fin~tl period wi~ a 44-yard mar- Oh wl~)h'*~ Forres~ Mann carrying t)he final ten yards to paydtrt. Shepherd came back wl,t~h a 60- yard d, rlve, u~n~ the T foment, ion with'~, Joe H~ckman, Boot~ey Leon- ard, Lo~hbaum and Hodge pilling up yardage. Hod~e s~n~pered the fina~l 38 yards and Roonle Pytes oonver~ed. Score by periods: Shepherd 0 0 0 7--7 Teeh 21 0 6 7-34 AND WE'VE GOT THE NEW '60 PLYMOUTH ON DISPLAY NOW? Eas Liberty Street Charles Town, W. Va.