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i SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1959 VIEWS BY MAX BROWN tthers and Tigers Clash nal Big One--- rES, INDEED IT IS--the traditional and big football of the year for both schools, Charles Town and Ferry and when these two age-old rivals corn6 face Saturday afternoon on the gridiron at Harpers "Y, you can be sure that they'll toss all records and performances out of the window and come up witil a exhibition of high school football. The Tigers )e expected to rely largely on the strong throwing arm fine quarterback Tommy Manuel and their ace dster Raymond Galloway who has been burning up the this season. Tile Panthers bill base their liopes g in the unbeaten class and gaining victory Harpers Ferry's Two Outstanding Seniors Will Co-Captain Team Against Panthers When the Harpers Ferry High Tigers take to the field Sat- urday afternoon at 2:00 P. M. to do battle with tile Charles Town High Panthers in a renewalof the traditional Jefferson country gridiron rivalry, leading the Tigers into battle will be Tommy Manuel (left), quarterback on last year's All=Sectional team, who has been one of the sparkplugs of the Tiger offense this season with his fine passing and running; and Ernie Webb. an equally fine lineman. Both are seniors. Will Serve As Co.Captains For Charles Town in Panther-Tiger Battle Saturday Serving as co-captains for the Charles Town footballers in their big battle Satm'day with the Harpers Ferry High Tigers will be Larry Burns (left) the most outstanding passer and quarterback in the section, and Jimmie Coulter (right), a leading eandidate for all-sectional guard honors, both of whom have played major roles in the splendid 7- 0 record which the Panthers have set to date. Both .are seniors. I Pomp, Pageantry Will Also Be Feature Traditional Pit ;kin Rivalry; Both Schools Will Crown ueen At Halftime Probable St'arting Line-Ups of Teams Charles Town )ickie Dailey LE Harold Gray LT Jim Coulter LG Dave VanMetre C Ray Beahm RG Danny Eismon tiT Bobby Spinks RE Larry Burns QB Bobby Robinson LH Bill Glaize RH Charlie Jackson FB Harpers Ferry Steve Wilt Ernie Webb Ceorge Kidwiler Harrison Lanham Blake Harrison P, en ny Jones Donnie Hetzel Tommy Manuel Eddie dolor Raymond Galloway Pichard Bussard Although the 1959 scholastic could and probably will tell e~rly football season is fast drawing on |.he Tigers who have little in near a close, not since the season got u,uderway about two months ago will the gridiron fever be any higher than Saturday afternoon when the Charles Town High Pan thers and Harpers Ferry Tigers, two long-time Jefferson County rivals, meet at 2 p. m. on the Har the way of bench strength to spell their starting team. AS for the backfields of 'the two teams, there also, the Tigers will be giving up some weigh.t, but not as much. The Panther back- field will average about 155 pounds to 150 for the Tigers. ~r eight on the slick ball-handling and pin-point pass- pers Ferry High field. Both teams go in for a lot of quarterback Larry Burns along with a host of speed I M i de. i ~ .ta ,F It will be the 33rd annual battle passing to do t'heir scoring and so in the backfield Charles Town will also feature oorefield Tops Jr. nlgn ~rmaers/o between the two teams and like t.his could, and may be, a wide of the best all-around lines up front in the history of all others in the past it .promises open brand of football which rite F L a t, a Rt~, to be e,ne of the most colorful and two teams will serve up. local school Both on the defense and the offense this II --v R=r'er"., err- race mrTlnsDurg, s exciting games of the season, at S,~ot., ~:2~, .... -- least as far as Jefferson countians 'in'-'ad id,~on-'t2 the gridiron bat ,the big fellows who wear the Purple and Gold have 7th Winill |" I are concerned. ' ra t terrific... Both teams will enter the important en- Horp ThllrCdav ~ ~l(I n m I tie there will also be a fine ar y tier well coached Both head coach Dick Harmison____ - I hgers 2S-6 ............. """ "" '"" o, soo ,., w ,o. his very able assistant Ronnie Phillips have done a ., ............ I Officials of both Charles Town been lined up for presentation Lt job at; CHS tl;is Fall. On the Ferry side of the T;n.acHhiDt C :oHt rlnlelS ,ni fthC , :arlnet lahnean/node I The Moorfield High Yellowjac-oneW'mavicroryreCra lOrone ross andme mreeSeasn.ries' f/and ............ Harpers: --'ansFerrYthisHighweekSChlfor a -bth: ......... prior to the game and atthe ,-,v. 1m ' ~. ~,, * ' "u. :~ t were ln~,~m~; pl nail Lime lnr~ermlsslun, are, the Tigers under their new head coach Ronald ea y,ass .Aa team gearep wire po- I ovssn,wvn --~,ul, e~ I kets stung the Harpers Fm,ry High,e.s .own ,,lgwi~lOUq;or ,,lgk~ I full program of pomp. pageantry There will be the crowning of zoo~oan me en se ou~ u e he ~env passing .ann power[m ground I ~ . ,!, lilt ]Tigers good i,.'1 the ifrst hal{ and .......... I and excitement for .the h g two queems, presentation of t ~ ~0~l~ir~'llil3~ i~illiee~l~i~e~e~i2!leei.__ ,Gd_,, ,, __- y:nC!!i adln a~acKs smomereaseventh consecutive wctory of the~'ne ~aounram- ~ I~ _ l__l.___l . men scneame nere rnmsoay h ..and his fine assistant Bill Broke, have been on the eers~ of ..... Beall Hlgh~ School .... of,,Frost:" Lard0za/0 Wlfl Ileadagter coastedrlhng UPto aathree25_6 touchdOWnvictory, on meeung}" ........ the ~aarunsourg "'-~lgn:' I crowd expected toh schoolead intOroundsthe traditional Jaycee "Booster" tro- ~)urg, ~vm. e'rlaay mgn~ m eros~- I I tholr hom- ftoiel Orir~.v ,ftoz',~,~nn .... ........ tHarpers Ferry big g .- ,phy and a lot of ~,ood ,band music acnooi dayvees ar ~egmn ~'lem a~ m rt ~1" . .................. ~ ........... ~. ..... ." ] long before the 2 p. . staing bv the Harpers Ferry High Band. burg by a 26 12 scme for their " . . ' The once-beaten Moorefield boys '... " ......... /hour. This week in the two schoola ~V~l |~g~ --t~..--~,a~,,~, I ='~"-~'n~' sen, t their big full,back Billy Sherdamesa'30p wooam rne10r mmrlCaiS~-u cnppeamcmry - ee just what will happen..,, season I I man around rig~t end on a 23 on Tuesday and are anxious hal Last year the Panthers of Char the football players have made :I-" $ ~: * * The Panthers rolled up a one- . " u h ' n ' ~ , take the measure of the Bullpups/los Town High School defeated their selections for a queen to re- r ymd to C down 3au t m the fust " h " The unnmg and pass-.cwtching ' ~ expected to watch the contest O~n ~ the first time in three seasons And the students were privileged to sol [KE OLE MAN RIVER, Charles Town High's Purple l~ideda20-0alet~d2naf~ee :~rStteW/of halfback Robert Jo.hnson, and I period and they stayed in front here Thursday A la;'ge crowd is/the Tigers of Harpers Ferry for present them for the game, And the!'s eo.ntinued to roll along in their convincing fash- [ t.h'i,.a / the passing of quarterback John ] l~he rest of the way. Priday night in the cafeteria of J on the basis of seasonal records of feet two princesses from each of as| nday night in Frostburg, Md., and whipped e'd to-a }ou'rth"tou'chdown']n *t~le ]Lindsay proved to be too much for [ The Tigers d~d show as weak a- the Junior Hioh School the squall[the two teams the Panthers are the 10th, l lth and 12th grades to ~ ni , .... final quarter [the PageJackson High Spa~%ans to [ gaknst t~he Moorefield boys in the will be given a banquet beginnino [ heavy favorites to repeat this per- make up the courts for the queens. 12. gh s Mountaineers wdhout too much difficulty A large crowd 'many of ,them/cpe with Friday afternoon ,and [ second half as was expected after at 6 p m A guest speaker h~ts| formance Saturday.[ Harpers Ferry ~High's principal from Charles Town saw Charles t~hey suffered a 27-0 defea at the t the first half romping of Moore- , .... 2".:.'~n ~. ~,.~ ~ .... ~.. " ] 0harles Taws with a bigger t C. S. Auvil announced Wednesday , * * -": *" * * Town's outstanding' quarter~)acl( hands ,of the unde~ea~ted Cardoza [ field backs. As a matter of fact uc~, c,,~,,~cu ................. ] ~,~,~ ,:h.~,-,,~'.~. '~am this s~'son that Miss Judy Robt,nson, a senior ILBUR ,FLIP , :- through most of the first *wo per C. . - " uch ] lowjacke}s on even terms mwtch- yards witch Tom Manuel picking| perfect seven-game~ streak and t pers Ferry High School. ~S P .... wommander of Jackson- shoot his passes right on target H.igh's gridmen of Washington, D.[ the Tigers all but played the Yel- ~ [ t~h'a~n ~a's't"'is" sa'~ling alone'o~'u a [has been selected as Queen at Har L ost, American Legion here, former manager of iods hitting on five of nine in theI Jonnson ran ~Ior wo- ~o "tin~ stogie mucnaowm, up |;he TD on a three yard jaunt.| pointing to an unbeaten season I Named by me stuuen~s to serve eglon Baseball Club and a stand-out player for a first" two periods for .t,wo touch-downs and caught two touchdown| The defea.t for Harpers Ferry Score by pe:riods' [On the other hand Harpers Ferry[in..hercurt w.er5h K~)Yh S}a:de% IDelilOI years, is a patient in the Charles Town Hos- downs and a total of 200 yards passes to do all the scoring for/was their third in seven games. . .. " ..... /withn a_2 roenrd while not as biu/~amy uiuow OZ re 1~; g : ......... " --- "s Mary Lou Mahoney and Sand~a through the air Burns used half the Cardoza club which spoiled| Doug Yankey and Bill To(~heyHarpers ~erry u . v t)-- t) ........ m'e tie ~s receiving treatment for low blood-pros- back Bobby Robinson and ends Page Jackson's big Homecoming]scored for Moorefield in the sec- Moorefield 6 13 6 0--25/and experienced as the PantheL,IRockenbaugh 'llth grade' and Touchdowns" Harpers Ferry I have come up with a ~o~ oz surpns / ' .. , . . '_.. " :,. Here s wishing Flick a speedy recovery and Dickie Dailey and "Bobby Spmks|Day celebration. /ond quarter on runs of eight and ~ .... ~ ~,~', ~7~ ,,,= ~ .... -| es this season |Joan t;ameron and Mary ~:nza- he 'ill so n he out and around greeti ]g his as i~is targets ] The Taylor-coached Spartans/one yards respecbively. A one-yard * ........ ~,,,'~ ~.,, r~ ......... r~'l " .... . 'a. .... u.~beth Merchant for ~he 12th grade. fdetd-Sherman /23 yard run) The wnarms zowa ream Will O I, l k~'t~ .l~ ef~'aht~ ~t~r hn~ sends as usual .... . A 50 yard "pass play from B~trns'] ga~ a superb demonstra.t!on of de| plu,nge by Dick Pratt closed out Yankey (eight yard run) Tooheyl weigh :the Tigers all along the fo I ho.~,*O~,o,~=~"h,7*~C-~'C:;;2~ b-,~,, * ~:: "-l: , -,- to Bobby Spinks set up the first|fensive groun'a play in me Iirs.~Jthe Jackets' scoring in the third ' ' a ine ve e of ....... ...... '~ ' ................. yard run). Extra poin,ts: Moore-|185 pounds to 168 for Harpers I"*"" "" .... ~" ~'"*"'~" "" """ ...... ['I;a'NKS TO ,OUR faithful ]~ngle news col'r ...... ,1,,,~;Panther score, with Charlie Jack- | perid. ,. B_,t~t .durmg_o'tha~_rtiome|perid" ,, ~ ,'~ the s 1 (one yard smash), Prwtt ,one-|ward wall, wrth 1 a rag I,~, ~,,,~hoU ,,, ..... t ...... ,mr son skiertrig end for 25 yaxds and ]Coach ~i,. ~. ~a:li oi ~ne ~a / Harpers ~'erry oen~eo .co'- . Lena Ambrose, we now have a good suppl;;~'n"e"w!'v: the score Tom Doyle'place kicked|Club, spdtted an opening in tholing column in the final period, us- field-Sherman (placemen,t). I Ferry. And thts additional weig,ht Turn To 2-B the ex, tra' point and Charles Town/Sparban secondary and in 0he sec)ing a series of passes to drive 97 o---~. ~ ~ ~ ................ ~ ............. ~~ ie apple butter on the table at our home. . We ve led 7-0 ,ond period he switched his team's ady enjoyed several large 'spreads and we shall con- Later in the period Burns pass. ~ttack from.the ground to'the air... - ~ .... lfl '" #11111' e to do so while the supply lasts... Again our ed to Bobby Spi.uks who was down That was just the move bhe Wash u ep, s,r0ng nav0r lot Tall InOI In Ins u,e new Ioe prices,.r Iks, Mrs. AMbrose..,. , ~ ' insoned on thethenBeallcrackedtWO-yardovertine.for Rob.thei }nrffT~hCl?apfe~t:d t~dg~l ~nnddb:y ~, ~. . ,. -- "- :~ "" ~;: ~ ;;" * ";: score andtheextrapointattempt huaScpaSSecdhdotd2n~~a:2[r ~w(~ ~1~~~ y C liB{ y Cr S1 ' ND OC'R THANKS to Fhurman (Community Oil) wa.2wide., ss_la..sBurns cqonvertt~d b(~th ext,, points Via ~ ,. al 1,16{ M, mr i mser tacre who was certainly Johnny-on-the-spot, right .vwosuccess]vepa v s ................... . n for 48 yards to' the 23 placement.. ..... ~.,~~O!7'::.!~!~ n on the field following "the plav2by-play last Friday, to Rob nso ks for the final .t-age oac~sen tL ............... ::.... :iii::::!!iiiii:.iii: ......... ~,@. =nu ~..: ..... 2"-m ..... fferson leaders in the Western mv~smn o~ {. ~::ii::::i::#i!#~ i~i~i.i~?i~. it in the Beall Stadium to ire" us backthe scoring 2a yarns proaucea u,e o~ ' ................................. __now o ly $50 more ha, wagons wlth"low.pfiee names he close of each quarter... Itis uD-to-the-minute W. Countians' third score of the g me ,Vh~ Wa's.hington scholastic, leagues iviles were received by Lawrence Lloyd in the press ......... s>n from ,,lace-in me nrs~ peric, a. o~ ,ma,~ was t)oym ,s__Lu-t~e ~Panthers a 20-0:the onl,y ~i,me an the ball game at Shenandoah Downs and relayed to us on the Star- men gave ..... rmission they held the upper hand. In the Terrace to make our evening complete in everyany.anage a2. 2e late in ihe .half first period .the Spartans held the ean ~.nrea~[,,_ CT four ,,ard bigger and ,more experienced Car- il. Thanks, a million to yOU both, Thurman and on a muve ~o me z doza boys without even giving - line where the bruising tackling ot" ,,- ~. ~ Gary and Leo Kisser led to s them a single first down. In 'he B- " ..... * * * ' ~ f ~m~ble by the Mountainee,rs which meantime Page Jackson had roll- EAHM, ALL-SECTIONAL guard at Charles was alertly recovered by the Pa,n- ed up one first down. Hi 'h several seasons ago, scored two touchdowns hers' Harold Gray. Charles Town On the fourth ,play of the s'ec- atgomery Junior College beat"Baltimore Cil Col also fumbled away another scor- ond period Lind~ay tossed a pass 40 19 in ' y ' " ing chance a,t the Beall 10. to Johnso,u for a first down on ,the "_ - a Mg home-coming tilt for MJC In, st Sat- With speedy Don Bush striking Page Jackson 29. This was just a afternoon in Washington Beahm scor ")0-- .... e~d a TD twice on long touchdown runs oz sarr~ple of wha~t was to come a few - yar(l pass play and the other time on a 6-yard 31 and 21 yards, the Moun.taineers minutes later. came to life in ~he third quarter A Page Jackson fum~ble which ~. Lo dominate ~he action. Beall con- McCombs, big Cardoza tackle re- , -,- v,: .'l~ .-:: .-:: -';~ t~rolled the ball for most of the covered on ~he PJ 39 set the stage EST VIRGINIA'S Mountaineers have a game sched second half ru,~ning up a 250-107 for the first Cardoza score. Lind with " " " advanta,e in rushing. Neither of say then hit Johnson, one of the . " y m 1962. And it is quite possible (IF t ewis can hang on at WVU until that hrne that th the extra point atCemp,ts by the best high school ~backs in Wash- .' will provide added color by reason that i)t may Mountaineers was good, one being ington, with a pass good ~for 39 :blocked by Gray and the other yards and a score. Theodore Tas- 'r agams, t son. Lewis' son Cammie is quarterback- placekick being wide. ker place kicked the extra poise , s.Years Army Plebes and doing a fine job. Last Charles Town which had con- and Cardoza led 7-0. Lo gau on 8he kickoff and had I sistently broken Jackson loose off After Page Jackson had failed wammie completed 9 out of 9 passes as the Plebes tabkle, pulled the game's most punted to Cardoza on the Page and already the husky lad is being touted as a fu- spectacular play in the final per- Jackson 42. Green raced to the 25 l'lTly .great... iod. Paki,ug a handoff Lo Jackson and then Lindsay hit Johnson , , ....... , on an off tackle slant Burns roll- - : "" ' " hen a w~th another touchdown pass and ~, ...... ~ ~:" * ea out around end ancl w' he iTasker a g,~n ldcked the extra DD TO UNSUNG HEROES: Charles Town tligh's bout to be tackled lateralled t point| PY center, big David VanMetre who is certainly ball ........ to ~laize who scamgered 17 t.aruoza"-2 ............ too~ vne seconu nan yaxos ior me 'ru uoym s conver ng in one grand job at that important position. " ' mt kickoff and marched for their Turn To It*age 2-B Turn 2"o Page 2-II sion gave the Pant;hers a 14- pc" third score, with Johnson racing , edge, ,i around end ,for 37 yards for :the -""~-"" .......... .. ,..., ~ ..--.: ..... 7, ~~.. The Mountaineers made a last- TO. Tasl~er kicked the extr~ poise ditch scoring bid but a fumble re-.and i~t was 21-0 for Cardoza. v .liD . covery by Tommy Stocks wiped After Page Jackson had failed MU ' 1 I~|| ou,t the threat. ,to gain,on t~e ensuing k, ickoff and CHRISTMAS EARLY! i Coach Harmison lauded the mar had punted to the Card,oza 40 velous passing of Burns and the Johnson again broke loose and :fine offensive play of Ribonson raced for the fourth and fi,.nal and Spinks also noted that Leo ltouchdo~vn. COMPLETE HEW FALL LINE Kisser played a real good deCen-, Both Cardoza ,and Page Jack- ......... ~son ~hreatened to Score in the fin- ~"Tco~ra;";y periods" al period wl~h the Page Jackson =-, JEWRRY ARRIVlHS! .... :.... 26 l~gys goin,g to ~he nine-yard line t:narles "rows la 'l u ~)-- ,before bein sto d Beall 0 0 12 0.--12 ~ . g ~ " .. lverRegistered(Roger Diamonds.Bros.), BirthstoneEarrings' Rings,Necklets'Photo-I,Flat Touchdowns Charles Town-Utiraeef' rnt aSctah dseaVe emmC s ~t " om_pletely New 17-Jewel Jackson (25 yard run) P,,obinson .~ ... ,. ' ....... "" ard ~ was ta~e seco,na straign~ loss ,for Nationally Known, C f~wo'n~' ~pln~s (rive y 1 "'~z= .... ..,,.,,ov,Zo"t-~-'- pass) Glmze (1'/ yard run). Bea'l . . tches Starting 5" Latest Speidel n,,sh'(31 and 21 yard runs) Ex-Jonnson, Lindsay, McCombs $I9.9,, :"" ' ~s Charles Town T" Doyleand Douglas were ,t~he stars for the Ids, Starting at $4.95. t " ~r~y22;l~l~en~) " ' Cardoza, while Kidrichdiand fC. 'USE OUR LAY A WAY PLAN FOR ......... Branson, were outsta g ,or CHRISTMAS AND "REGISTER_ FOR DOOR f'b,,-* _ ; ..... 'Page Jackson. PRIZE. Basketball Loop The score by quarters: ] Page Jackson 0 0 0 0--- 0 S ANYTHING ~1 ...... R-- 'IA.. 1~]Cewdoza 0 14 13 0--27 _ ONE DOLLAR H O L D . , 0pens Inursoay, UNTIL CHRISTMAS. R U 171 / EAGA.e Kennny,, Anders, !gho is .proemo- said lalat .practice for all 'four $!LL /1' ', trig the City BaskeSball League teazns ~viU be held .this Thursday here in ~harles Town said this night from seven Unetil 10.30 p. m. WATCH REPAIR AND JE Y morning tha;t the league, four and tha~t aH members of ,the Far, LR te~ms competing, w~ll officially ious reams should be on hand Washington St Charles Town, W. Va. open on Thursday night November ,promptly. 19th at 7:30 p. m. in ~he Junior HiCh School Gymnasium. 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