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| ti: , '1 /7 SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 The bulky 230 pound Junior really moves in and out of that line quick and fast for a big fellow and when it comes to snapping the pigskin back, he rates number one. Add to this list Billy Glaize, Jery Frye, Ray Beahm, Bill Chicchirichi, Harold Gray, and Bobby Skinner, and there are possibly others, but let us tell you right here and now, the entire squad has been pulling together as one unit---and just look at the results this season... WAGING A REAL BATTLE for the State Class AA high school football honors, Charles Town High's Panth- ers have a mark of 7 and 0. They have scored 177 points whole holding the opposition to 40. Keyser High's Gol- den Tornado has a 7-0 record to date, scoring 138 points while giving up but 12 to their opponents... This Fri- day, November 20 clash should .be well worth going miles --and miles to witness... JERRY KELICAN, the former All-Stater from Charles Town High, now a member of the Shepherd College Rams, had a big afternoon last Saturday for Jesse Riggleman's team as the Rams walloped the Concord College eleven 26- 13. Kelican took a pass from Jim Dillion on a 42- yard pass-run play for a TD and gained 64 yards in ten rushing attempts with the pigskin... Pomp, Pageantry From Page One hem as queen. The princesses ~rom the three classes in the school had not been named Wed- nesday, but this was expected to ~ae done either Wednesday after- noon or Thursday ,morning. Admission to the game will be 75 ce,nts for adults and 25 cents ~or students providing students purchase their tickets at their re- spective schools. Connie Hammann, president of the Jefferson County Junior Chain two queens and Norman Kisner, a past 'president of the local Jay- cees a:id ,past stat vice president, will present a number of awards at a dance to be held in the Har- pers Ferry High gymnasium Sat- urday night. The dance will get underway at 9 and run until midnight, with admission set at $1 per person. Football players of the ,two schools will be admitted free as guests of the Junior Chamber of Commer- ce. Bucky Gardner and his orches- tra of Winchester, Va. will provide music ,for the dance. At intermiss- ion of the dance the Jaycees will ~er of Commerce. will crown the hold a reception in the :high school / As Administratrix of the Estate of Henry C. Wood, I will sell at Public Auction, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1959 Beginning at 9:00 A. M., at the home of the de- ceased on Route 9, near the Mountain Mission, the Following Household Articles: HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Kitchen Cabinet, Utility Cabinet, Table, 4 Chairs, Tin Plate Stove, Bed and Springs, Stand, Wardrobe, Rocking Chair, 2 Benches, Cookfng Utensils, 12- Gauge Shot Gun, Buck Saw, Hoe, Rake, Shovel, Ax, Hammers, Horseshoes, Fork, Maddock, Pick, Lawn Mower, Step Ladder, Garden Plow, Tressels, Fire Wood and other articles not mentioned. TERMS :--CASH. VIRGINIA I. ENGLE, ADMDINISTRATRIX. BENNY JOHNSON, Auctioneer. Nov. 5-1t.-pd. Tiffed "80 Minutes in Lovers' Lane," this double album has 24 of the world's greatest love songs recorded by top Columbia Artists exclusively for The Lane Company ! Combo: Scandinavian design in Oil Walnut. also in Pongee or Moonstone Grey Mahogany $99.95 value for $0991$ Handsome Combination o! Cedar Chest and Reoord Cabinet ! All in one beautiful piece of lifetime furni- ture-twin storage space for a girl's two most important collections! On one side- Lane's famous air-tight, fragrant cedar chest to guard her delicate finery and precious woolens.., on the other-a built-in cabinet to store her entire record collection! A thrilling gift for any girl or any homemaker. COMPLETE SELECTION NOW AT I'hone 162 Charles Town, W. Va. Make Our Store Your Shopping Headquarters This Christmas! cafeteria in honor of he two queens and their courts. Benny Dorsey, general chairman of the H~rpers Ferry-Charles Town football project and Fred Longerbeam, co-chairman, report that special souvenir programs will be available at the game. Among the special awards to be presented at the dance will be a ,trophy 'to the winning team and trophies to the most outstanding players on the two teams. Charles Town now holds a 22-10 edge in the long series of games, having broke,.-1 a losing streak with a ~victory last season. Where and When The Pigskin Will Bounce --AND-- The ~hepherdstown High Car- d,inals closed ou~t their 1959 season in growl style Friday afternoon v~h~n they romped for an easy 45- 7 victory over .the Boons~boro (Md) High gr~dmen who are playing football this year for the firs~ sea- Son. Coa~l Bill Osbourn's foo~allers struck both on the ground and in the air in their seven-to~mh- doavn parade and for the Cardin- als it was their fourth victory in s;ix gashes. It was also the 16~h vi,ctory in 23 games since Osbour~ became heaxi coach wt the Jeffer- son County school. It was once again the passing of C~rdinal QuaVcevback Dave Lu- cas and ~he running of halfback Charlie H, unter that led the Car- dlnals to rip'tory. Hunter c~ntin~ed his spectac- ular to~chdow~ ,making wi~h ~hree trips to paydirt giving him a total of ten TD's for the cazn~paign. Hun ter gained 100 yards rushing and along wi`th Lucas sparked the Car dinal offense to ~ whooping 448 yards. The Card,s stru'ck .twice in the opening stanza, gral~bing a 12-0 lead as HurdLer romped 43 yards o~n a crossbuck and Lucas and Kenny Waldeek teamed up on a sparkldng 88-yard pass-run play. Senior ~fullback Mickey Sarra plun god seven yards for another TD in the second s!tanza and Waldeck dropkicked the extra point as ~epherdstown led 19-0 at haLf- time. A 45 yard pass from Lucas to FArky Myers see up a scor:ing aer- ial of 18 yards from Lucas to Man ny Kno~t in the Vhird period. And H, unter struck paydirt again on a 12 yard end run. A pass from Waideck ~o Hunter added the ex- tra point as the Cards led 20-0. Shepherdstown added two more TD's in the final period cn a 11- yard pass from Lucas to Hunter and a 10-yard toss from junior Lynwood Stride to sophomore Jer ry Boyd. Boonsboro clicked for a TD la*te ,in the game ag~nst the Cardinal reserves on a 40 yard run by Wan ger. Defensively, Coach Osbourn praised the performance of his entire forward wall, especially lau ding the efforts of cen~ter guard Harry VantMetre and tackles Jim ~IVIc~arty and Porky May. Score by periods: Bo~nsboro 0 0 0 7-- 7 Shepherdstown 12 7 13 13--45 TouO~downs: Boonsboro- Wa,n- ger (49 yard run). Shepherdstown Hunter 3 (43 yard run, 12 yard run, 11 yard pass) ,Waldeck (88- yard pass play). Knott (18 yard pass),( Sarra (seven yard run), Boyd 11 yard pass). Extra points Boonsboro-Gd,bson (run). Shep- herdstown Waldeck (dropkicks) Hunter (pass). In one of ~he most exciting fin- ishes to any foo,tbaH game played on the Inwood ~hool gridiron the Musselma~ High gridmen led by their quarterback Billy Gess, a candidate for all-se~tiona,l honors, defeated .the Berkeley Springs I-Ii~ Indiana Iariday afternoon on ~heir home @told ~oy a 20-13 score. Gess, who has led ,the Applemen to ,the best sea~n m some years, scored ~he winning touchdown in ,the closing mi~u`tes of the ,g~me. i The hard-earned victory gave Coach Steve Ri,pley's ,boys a 5-2 record on ,he season and it ,mark ed a ~iMing and thrilling closeI for a successful season for the Apl plemen,i The Applemen broke into ~he! scoring eolum ~id~way of the sec ond stanza when Charlie Brown fired a long pass %o Gess out of the spread formation for a 43 yard pass-run play which carried to Notes and Quotes From The Sidelines ..n n .~-~.', ,i,, -- n nl BY DON RENTCH FRIDAY, NOV. 6 Clarke County at James Wood (N) MarUnsburg at Frederick (N) Westminster at Allegany (N) Hand|ey at Harrisonburg Fort Hill at S. Hagerstown (N) Ridgeley at Hancock Page Jackson at Bell High SATURDAY, NOV. 7 Charles Town at Harpers Ferry-2 Bridgewater at Shepherd-2 Keyser at Romney Md. vs Navy at Baltimore W. Va. at Southern Calif. While three sectional scholastic foot~ball ~te~ms have already wound up their 1959 seasons and Shep- herd College and four other high school teams will follow suit this weekend, there are still a number of very important gridiron battles to be .fought before the season becomes history. And the ,biggest of them all for Jefferson County fans comes up Sa~turday on Vhe Harpers Ferry :gridir(~.'~ bet,ween the Tigers of f~he Ferry and the Panthers of Charles Town. ~hile we took our worst beating in the prognosticating game last weekend we don'`t see how ,this one should be tou~h to pick. So hoping to boost the poor 12-5 mark for 17 selections last week and the sea- son's ~otal/ of 71 rights and 24 wrongs, we can't se a,.ny~hing but an easy win .for Charles Town. Last year ~he Pan,thers mauled the Tigers 40-6, and w.ith the Panthers much stronger this season ~han last and the Tigers not qui.te as strong in any department, we Cmn't see how Charles Town can bring back anyVhing less than a 33-6 victory in spite of the fact he 'game is being played in Har- pers Ferry. With ~Sheoherdstown, ,lY~ussel- man and Hedgesville High Schools having already wrapped up the fo(~tbal,1 gear for another season and Hancock, Boonsboro, Page Jackson and James Wood High Schools and Shepherd College see for their finale either Friday or :Ss~turday, ~here won't be any Fri- day action at all in this section. Yes, with t;he frost now on the pumpkins and the fodder in the shock, the foot~bal,1 season is gct- ~ng colder and colder and within another week or ~two will be com- pletely shot. Now to get ~back to who will do what and where this week, Clarke County's footballers who were knocked $,rom bhe un,beaten ranks last week by Broadway, will ~e going ~ll out to bo]nce,,,- back a- gainst James Wood High of Win- chester. And .we believe .they will. But ek~e difference in the score won't ,be over 13-6. In other Friday night action Fore~ Idill wiT1 hand the Rote'Is of South Hagerstown, ~V~d. their sec ond defeat in a row width the Sen- tinels rolling up 26 points to 13 for SoUth,* Hagerstown; Allegany .will beat 'the Westminster eleven in Cumberland 20-14; Martins- burg will lose their eighth in a row this time 'to the Frederick ~eydcts. Ridgeley will be at Hancock and this (me the Hancock boys should wrap up as a victory. In %he other Friday battle, the Page Jackson Spar~ns have demonstrated week wf'ter week thes,'have a fine defen- sive ball club, ~u`t weak offensive- ly. So on the basis of ,this we be- lieve the SpaPtans will lose again this time 6-0. ,Shepherd College we Chink will wind up their 1959 sea.s~n on a suc cessful note by beating Bridge- water C~llege 13-6 in Shepherds- ~own; Keyser's Golden Tornadoes 'who ri,pped the Romney team .to pieces la~ year by a 49-0 score, w~ill do just tha*t again Sa,t~urday, be~ting the Pioneers :by about the same score. In the $wo college games hold- ing local ir~teres~ Navy .will beat ~Maryland at B~timore 21-7 and ~thern California will trample West Virginia on the West Coast by a 32-6 score. Mr.-Mrs. Lester Staley to Celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary on Nov. 17th. ~Mr. az~d Mrs. tester Staley, well known residents of Shepherdstown .invite their friends and relatives ~o Vheir 50th wedding anniversary on Tuesday, November 17th at the War Memorial Building in ~Shep- herdstoevn. The hours will be Sr0m 7 until 10 p. m. WINS SUIT CLUB Berkeley's one-foot line. Al,bert ,Harry Jenkins, Jr. was the win- Jack,on cracked over cen~ter for ner of the Suit Club at The Kas- the TD and Gess passed to Brown `tle Men's Store in Charles Town for the extra point deadlocking last Swturday night. the `til`t at 7-all. The Indians again assumed the lead at 13-7 by drividg 56 in six plays after receiving the second-half kickoff. A 38 yard gal lop by McCu.l.loug~ set u.p ,the TD at the ,Musselman five yard line. Michael broke loose around right: end for the TD. Bobby Smallwood who along wi`th fresh~an Dick IAnton was outstanding defensive ly tossed tMic~ael short of the goal line on the extra point attempt. The Applemen stormed right back down the field with a 56- yard drive featuring a 14 yard run by Au`try Dorsey and a 12-yard gain by Gess ~o knot the score at 13-all. Gess Climaxed ,the march with a four yard ~neak but his pass attempt for Vhe vital extra point was taLCed down as ~the score remained tied. LI COMPLETE LINE OF Ranges, Refrigerators, Washers, Etc. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. MAGAHA'S APPLIANCE CENTER Telephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Muse man wra pped up a cove- ted vi,otory after taking over at its own 49-yard line following a Berkeley pun.~. After runs by Gess and Dorsey had clicked for a ~first down aa the ~?~S 40. Jackson reel- ed five yards, ithen Cress ~camper- ed around right end t~ the visitors three yard line. Two plays later he wen,~ over ~n a sneak from a yard out. Richard Gano added ,the ex- tra poit~t wi'th a perfect place- Last Thursday in t2xis column we commented upon the fact that t,his season for .the first time in many, not a single .foo`tball game had been delayed because of stray dogs strolling on`to .the play- ing field. And as far as we know this still holds true with respect to dogs. ,But last Friday, the Mus- selman-Berkeley ~pri~gs game played at the Inwood school, was halted .by the invasion of anather : animal, an 80-pound doe. ~'~ootball has always been 4uU of surprises, but this one takes the ,top honors this season and for a number of seasons. It was during the second quarter of ~he bali game which !Musselman was winning, that the doe strolled onto the field much ~o the amazement of game officials and spectators. The game was halt ed ~or a good ten minutes before ,the doe could be enticed o move from the playing field. Then at halftime intermission he doe was ,back again and standing right in the middle of the brass section o,f ,the ,Dand as the ba~ndsmen wen~ t,hrough their hal,ftime show. ~it~ the end of the show the doe was off and across the railroad tracks. But not for long because mid-way of the third period it was back a gain and attracting much a~ten- Lion at the end of the playing field No one seemed to know Friday whether someone had befriended the doe and had made a ,pet of it or not, but that was the thinking wmong the men .folks at the game. And if ~t is a Pet .then someone ,better keep an eye on it when deer and doe season rolls around, otherwise it may not be around come next Tootball season. One of the biggest ~oot)ball squads both in weight and num- bers to invade Jefferson county this season was the Cardoza Hi~ gridmen of Washington, .D. C. which tangled with the Page Jack son Spartans Friday afternoon. total of 50 players, :four coaches, a graduate manager, three mana- gers and a team statistician, all rolled from a big 60 passenger bus o~ne of two such big buses that came ,to Charles Town for the 'Fri day game. The other bus was load ed with Cardoza students who ,made the trip to Charles Town to demy :school at ~Y'ront l~oya]: Vs. Although a new school and par- tici,l~ting i~ athletics this year for the first time, when the Rob- els moved into Cobourn stadium Friday night the football team was not only as large in numbers as was the Bulldogs squad, but some 75 ,to 80 girls, all wearing bright red skirts and white sweat- ers came along as a cheering squad and they did a bang up j(~b of providing moral support ffor `their team. It was remarkable how well-organized and drilled the John Mosby team was considering: SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 2---B THURSDAY, :Panther Jayvees Down galloped 19 yards. gain in the third yard run and `the out an impressive ,final period When ward fired a pass `to covering 33 yards. placekicked .the extra the last TD. Guards Herb Bale,~ger were steely ,for ,the Charles ' which turned back a deep penetrations ians. Handley JV's 19 to 0 the oro.blems which the players, In beating the Judges for the o ceh s apd.school omcials must lsecond time this season, Ron Phil .~a e '.aces. ~ms season m ge~ungllips, charges ran up a 6-0 lead in me SChOOl in operation and ,field I~he oD~,'ling stanza when Ro~er ing a football ,team. And without[ .... a doubt the smallest man on the It earn-Jerry Leadman-proved to be ,field l~riday evening for either[ the brighest star of the game. ,Steve Roper ran .for a pair of touchdowns as Charles Town ,H~.gh's jayvees foo.~ball `team romp ed to a 19-0 win over Handley's reserves at Legion Field Wednes- day, 0~. 21. ATTEND CHURCH READ THE 60 x 76 Cotton "TRINIDAD" Reg. $1.29 Newberry 27 x 48 Low Looped Washable N, Low Price Reg. $1.98 Low Lace Trimmed Plastic, All Sizes Newberr.y Reg. $1.69 to $1.98 LoW Price Decorative Plastic 54 Separate Valance Reg. $1.00 Low Girls - Boys 20-Inch Imported Newberry LE Reg. $39.98 Low Price All Metal 3 Shelf Reg. $4.98 Low see their unbeaten, untied team register victory No. 7. In the starting line-up of the Cardoza team were three of the PHONE 314 ,most promising looking college ,prospects to perform in Charles Town and Jefferson county this For i~stance .a~d ~ug- ~h.~/~.~..~.~~~~.~.~.~.~.~..~.~~. season. las: the big 6-2 `tackle who ti,ps .,~: ,the scales at 215 pounds, proved to be a real problem to the Page Jack son line and backfield as he show ~Is.' ed he not or~ly has sizez ,but plenty ,~, of ~bi,li'ty and speed to go with i`t. The Cardoza team also has one~i~t: of the ,best ,passing combina~tions to perform in ~harles ToWn this season in Joh~ Lindsay and l~b- err Johnson. Both are big ,boys, .both have speed and IAnds~y can throw and Johnson can catch. As ~' a matter of fact had it not been i for the passing of Lindsay and the receiving of Johnson the Cardoza boys w~uld have had trouble tak- ing a victory back to Washington with them. For one entire period before %he Cardoza 'boys took to the air, ,the Page Jackson Spar- CHARLES TOWN ,tans had held the upper hand. Only one first down had been made and the Sporrans had made~ it. But in the second period IAad- say began ,filling the air with pass es to Johnson and the resul% was two quick touchdowns. Then jus,t abut'the`time'PageJacksnhad OUR 1959 CHRISTMAS CLUB' WILL CLOSE ,moved back i,t's pass defense to provide a wider perimeter of coy. erage on passes, l~nds~y sent ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7th. Johnson through the ~line o,% two touchdown runs. It's doubtful ff there is another studen't body in the area that has school splri`t ~an the ~! any more one at the new John Mosby ,Aea- .~I Hurry in and PAY UP Your Club and have Full :Check this year for Your Christmas Shopping. PLAN NOW to Join the Popular Plan of Saving for START YOUR 1960 N E W 1 9 6 0 Does your" property insuranceTM cover the contents of your home? 'Insurance on your bouse alone is not enough. Your kitchen appliance~, TV set, :furniture... all the contents of your home.., should be protected against loss by rite or other disaster. Call us for} a complete property insure' ance checkup. . today[ 1960 Club and use Various Purposes. CHRISTMAS CLUB AT :/! .,J Hartford Fire Insuranc C.aml lt' Group Phone 10 West Washington Street Charles Town, W. @ J. :