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J ) i!! i ) VIEW . ,2916 yardYard nepass l ateto Sl rleyin the GrayStanza'andA[ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r M RS ADVOCATE SPORB NEWS AND t! .... __ J 2 B THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12, Where and When The la ten-yard heave from arr t -- , FROM PAt~I~ I FROM PAGE I Pi ,skin Will Bounce ,la~']~/--,]~ ~ .| Charlie Locl~baum moved the ball .... ~ "-----" ~ " ~}} [[ .Kr|~fl . [to ~y~rt. ....... Iced Friday by Berryville Police or speeding within the town! did it again last week. Coach Jack Manuel's once- ~ ~, lIK,~ll~ Ili .... ~ [ ~nepneramarcnea~ yarasia~e r~ ~t wim.~ham B.o~.~_ its since the new radar um~' beaten and one-tied crew outlasted stubborn Wflliamsport, -- A N D --- Ill, ~ g l in the second period to increase ..... ~"~n "*'~'t purchased by the town police Z to I to wrap up its seventh high school crown in the " ~ifh.~ ~ itm~$1~1 [[[[l~l ~A , ~ [it's lead to 18-0. Slants by Hedge[e~ Has oeen rep~ac g ~g. - l~l~-- t[il[|~J~ i ~ [] and Kelica~ plus a 60-yard heave err L Hicks who has been ill aq~qe~ [~HWTR~,~ .~TTNn last eight years. A dandy coaching job indeed, and we "fr B r" " im moved' " - .. ..................... A /f-,~-~-~ ~'~ ~- ~,~,~_~') III ........ I om ar ~o J ~ P [ Chief Willingham also reported _ say congratulations to Jackie Manuel, a former CHS - The nepnera onege ams h i ri' r Ta~%~~ [ ~'--)J [[[ ................. f^^.~.all[t e ball deep nto B dgewate Shat 50 arrests have bee~- made Read The SPFRIT-ADVOC' amlete, for his fine work .... :]k4 - .- [l[~,~tt uu~ ~-,~.~o~ .t~.yy l territory ana set the stage~orl ~~ -~ TM ~.,o~ sna Ouotes ]liseason on a swee~ no~e w~n a I Barr's ~wo-yard scoring plunge. [ ~.~'~.~'~'~*~~'~'~P~'~~~ * * * * * - rom Rams Add Two TI)'s [~ WELL, WHILE THEY MIGHT not have any great " ........ Ilion the ne~ Shep~e~r~l gridixon.[ ".The R.a~s' relentlee attack l~ I YOU SAW THIS ROCK OF AG|$* shucks o' a oo ball team, you've certainly got to take I The victory gave ,the Rams a 4-4 z,roc ea riagewa er more ]p ......... your hat off to the University of Virginia's Polo team ---~-~~BY DON RENTCH , ' ;|[record ,for Vhe season. ]touchdowns in the third period. [~ ~ MONUMENT IN .... L which whipped Yale last Saturday to close out.their most ................. ~.~.~. ~a... ,~. ,~R ..-- PERFECT SEASON s.' WalterI~ WasBarr,SOphomore, ormer quarterback ,Clarke CtyI LeonardUsing poWerand BrucePlaysphil'lipsbY 'Bootsey , ~plus[ ~ I~ ~r~o- H~~S~' successful season in recent years. So perk up there, North Itagerstown at Fredernck [ Charles Town High School ha Hi-h star of Berr~,ville Va who ~ ~ ..oral .~ ~ f-~.~ r~u)~. ~ ~sgnt) never nau an unueleat~eu season ed he 1 t Raxns to the one-sided Gra the Rams tore the Br~dge- 'Jeems' Mason, Ed McDon,ald, Bill Perry, John Skinner.-- South Hagerstown at Westmins-[in .l'ootball. A search through the I~o~,~rv as he nn_~-~d for two touch I,~; ,~,f ..... ,~, ~.~,~ t ..... [t~ ~ ~{1~ and Leeds K. Riely---if he s still on the team! ! ! .......................................... ter (Night) files of this newspaper as far back , . * * * * * "" R ......... [ _ . .[downs and scored o~ne himself. 184 yards in 12 plays. P~lilhps cli-],~ ~, ....... -- -" ~\~"x~ WHEWI--WHAT A FOOTBALL game last Sunday be- . omney a~/~legneny " !~.~ ] ~ ~he season o~ 1930 Dears ou~ j While the Rams were running I maxed the march with a one-yard [ t~ ~ ] U M M ~ P, S | ~t~'~-.\Y'-f-~x,~ A tween the Redskins and the Colts at Griffith Stadium! ~a~umey at Maruns~urg (~ [~iais s~ement. Some o~ ~ne more land passing as good as at an'ylplu:nge and Blair Overtcm convert [.~ ~ C] _ ~W~-~7~ ~(~,~/'~(~ L~ Saturday Nov 14 I ardent followers oz t~names xown I~ -- ,. - ~ o ~ ed for a 25 O lea~ t ~ ~.*~~ ~ 1~ ltL-=~## I YPl " h v ~ime ~ni:s season, melr ~elense ' - u. O /oo~>all teams of past years a e We pulled so very hard for Sam Bakers field-goal to go Clarke County at Charles Town, 2 [_ 'J._ --~ ?~ ~- ]was completely bottling u,p the ] Moments later Burr and l~n-]~ ~~~~t~~ through the uprights in those final seconds that we Hi- l W itht osstrefleldthe scholastic 0P,? neper?;ec : u I:err us yns hrhou Ve[ most Knocked Don Rentch over... Sure some exciting teams of the section having al-]~ih~ .......... '~ tin.rid fil~s show [game. [ ~ne ~ epner~ ~. [~ /~~'~-~M~.~" moments as the big clock ticked off those final seconds. , ' ............... ...... ' , " ' r ready w.rapped up their 1959 foot I harloR T wn [ Coach Jesse Rlgglemaw ,used [ A pass mterceptmn .by Lar y | ~[ ~' "~,~' WHEW! ball season, thb pickings ~or this [~i~ ~.r~:'tore~i-sberin-~-un [three different quarterbacks in/Laym~n atBridgewater's 21 ig.nit-|~ ~~~:....~:~ . , . . . . week-end, especmlly in this sect- [ ~,.f~t~ ~_~n~ wa.~ in 1938 a,nd [ the game and a~l looked well with [ ed the Rams ~mal scorn g march. [ ~ .... ~ . - ". " " . . __ mn are the slimmest since thel~aaa T~. ~a t~r~ inst. onlvlJ~mmY Dillon and Gary Shook, lJoe~Ioc~nan andPhflllpsbatter-[~ ~ $EE it now at o ru showroom, as.we.lidS AND WE U24DERSTAND from our 'out-side' man that season opened m early September. | .... am- in ten that bein~ to [,the latter a ~reshman, eontribut- ]ed the Vwg~,mans line for a hrst / ~ ~ ~op qu_ali_ty Rock of .,Ages. the Colts are planning to increase the seating capacity ,~. a matter of fact the:re wlll :be [ H.a,ndley High School o.f Winches [~ng heawly to the Shepherd vm- [ d uo~.m ~tthe_ten yard st~_Pe~dL~Ch [ ~ ~ M-~.. d Marl~ers. We will_b.c. in ,Baltimore's big stadium to around 60,000 for the Colt - omy ~wo games m me enure i ~ ~, ~ ~.o score in the final I ~ory. /' um '~uen passed m ~xma o / t~ ~vise you on your eemecery section Friday and Saturday, one [ ~,~'~'o~ ~he se~a~son The qame | The P~ms ~liter~l]y ~llled the ] the score. / 0 ~-.1 r'Li~, ' ~'--~,,]~~-ns and hel-n you select the type 49 er game to be played there in two weeks... That .......... i e -~s ........ on eac hday. i was -laved in Charles Town In [ mr w th passes Saturday as th y [ Bridgewater O 0 O O-- 9[ ~ [~ L~ ~t .,~a ~tvle monument best suited to your should be some big struggle... So with not so many ehan'ces|~.~ ~'~h~r~ T~wn team clrou[tossed a total of 25 and com-/Shepherd 12 6 13 6---3716 | %'~"" t -"-C-'~^,~^;, *,~ao,.~ , * * * * * for picking the w,rong teams this [ ~i~ two "g'~e~. ~n;--t,o--Hagers[ [pleted 13 of them .~,,~.~ ~,-,~,. J 0 ~ ~'~t- I needs, w~ ........ #, - - r s " "io a ra e'~ ~-- ~' , --.~ ......---, " [ Touchdowns: She~-~..~ ~u~ ~,~ ~ ~.L~ m ABOUT A YEAR OR SO AGO, this corner listed the wee~-enu ou eiec~ ns ve g I town and another to Handley. I A fumble recovery at &he Bridge/pass) Bavr (two-yard-smash)/~ kql l=#/_ for the sedan can't be..hurt toOlThe 1940 team lost only to ~ort[water 23 set up the Rams' flrstlPhi,lli~)s (one-yard-plunge) Pyles|~ ~;f horses which we thought would be A nerica's 1958 chum- mucH: l~as~ w~ez we ~ten ~iap on [ Hill by a 14-0 score in Cumber-]TD on a sho~ drive featuring a [ (56-yard-~ss), Leonard (10-yard [ pEons. Although the list was published a month prior ?ur. i ace on_ our g.~mes ou~ OI|land The 1941 season whichil3-yava pass ~rom Baxr to Jerry / pass) EXtra points: t~hepherd---/t~ ............. ~ ........ ~..~.~..~. IZ OUT,wouno up wlun a '~0 av a E to any other newspaper, we were fortunate enough to bat erae " r the s~ason " "[ma~y seem to think was an out-[Kelic n. line Hod,go opened Vhe] Overton (placement). [~ blAK/IHhliUKb b~NI/l: WU~ 1,000. Now, we are again temping fate by offering our ~iThi~aWa-turc(: n~n~ep~:r~ gr~'~a~heS~ea~Sda, Roy Breeden Serving As 1959 list of possible American race champions. Here they 109 W. John Street Telephone 6141 are: Best two year old colt; WARFARE--Best two year , Y g "' ." [games tied one and lost five. In[ The alert defeo_sive play of the [ Substitute Policeman ..................... old Filly; MY DREAM GIRL--Best three year old: In the z day i1942 the Panther la_yed 1 fi [klemght actmn VirginiaPe av :John S cer w l '_c:ch_for ]reed lVl2kttXl DtJttO, VV SWORD DANCER--Best Older Horse: ROUND TABLE tHo ger n n fw l aebi us ader]c ,games as the resSlPot woncYncV , ne deep iameir, Roy E Breeden of ansen. for ,0 FLOYD C ODOM, Owner "g 'h - bg llin ] ations and the record shows three ]own territory set up a short kick | mer Ranson policeman, has ,been ~ ~ Best horse of the year: Sword Dancer---Clip this list and eam, ~.~n v: e rm. men r.o . .~g | victories a,ud two defeats. One of lby Bridgewater which gave the | serving as a substitute policeman]t~ up a zz o victory m ~'reaenc~ s s ' when the racing periodicals and other newspapers name Z. .. .- ._ ,. c. _ ~.T-[ the three victories came over the [ Ram pea ession at the visitor's! in Berryville, Va. it was announ- ~,~,~,~,~,~'~-,~,~'~,,e:~P,e-,~,~,~,~,~~ ~, me ~oum ~age,rsmwn ~gn r~eo- ~-*i~--b"r~ Hi-h Bulldo-s In I ...... the 1959 champions, see just how your humble servant . kln__dlM~,~ zz~. ~ s s. fares.., e er lYo2tnb vs niS hranow-, o94r3 heniCnheagl:STOWn team lost t TUFDO Df AOT ADflIIT "1_i 1 I 11 1 " THE nn,or ,,Mr , * * ~ * * ever and you can b,~ sure the " i : .... - / o,, oo ..... ....o U fl[Jxo DU O/ DUU/ flULUII iL lnr_ rl lbF.. LII iE. ' TIE' PRAIN HAD HIGH set of 115 for The Wes er owm wall pounce on/, ......"= ..... .he ~#~hol,s with every trick and[ oooks, rms year's wnaries Town ..... -~ | Kastle s Shop women bowlers in a match in the Evening ounce of effort they have and High football team has .already es | f~f~|l |llllltT~t=t I IA~Ptr=lll&lf~ IRI ~! !~ t'~g ~t'~l~#~#~#'~ ~ Star League in Winchester last Friday night, but the locals ,come up with a two touchdown tablished ihself as one ~f the best /I II Jl~VVM~4/ ~ PI/41"I"PI%IiI%II4 I1%iIIIIN NHI IINNI II III/IK " " '12 in tl~e long and interesting loot --'--~'~' ~ "' | |' ~| V | .WII /L'--i Ill l'k.A i|! ~i./~in,~li UI lull IIUUIIIU dropped all three games in the match to fall two games victory. The score could be 25- . . ' .... " The Romney High Pioneers will oall history el the s~nOOL back of the league-leading Leggett's team. The leaders have a 21 and 9 record while Charles Town's five is next with a 19 and 11 mark... JIM VANCE in his "Sports of all Sorts" column in the Moorefield Examiner writes: "West Virginia Coach Art Lewis could better his backfield for 1961 by looking no further than this section for ,his crop of freshmen that we would like to see enter the "U" next fall... This writer would like to go on record and recommend Larry Bums of Charle Town as his quarterback, Gary Keedy of Keyser as a halfback along with Bilty Sherman of Moorefield. Along with another of Lewis' fullbacks (two are first team with the pros right now), these three fellows would perform adequately for West Virginia and bring them banner seasons through '61-64. Burns is the transplanted Cumberlander who has passed the Purple Panthers of Charles Town to an undefeated season thus far.: Keedy is the versatile all.everything at Keyser, who is, the prize reason Keyser xaaked third in the Cla AA ratings today... * * * * * IT COSTS PLENTY OF COLD hard ash to play foot- ball in the rain arid mud as can be attested to by the North Carolina State eleven. In their game against Duke (which they lost 17 to 15) and which was played in the mud at Riddick Field, one dozen new footballs at $21.00 each were used and are now good only for practice. Laundry aad dry cleaning of uniforms cost about $100.00. Add to this the fact that it took about six hours to clean, oil and shine football shoes. A pair of mud-soaked pants after the game weighed pounds. Normal weight when dry is one pound... L AO& SXqHVH3 e rum P~,ge one Ralph Harm, ~Ivlrs. Russell Fritts, i Mm. Preston Merct~nt, Mrs. Don- l ald Noland ~and Mrs. Luther Coulter. Charles Town Routs From Paae One Cook ripping off sizeable gains to the Ferrians' three-yard line where Cook smashed for the TD. Robinson's placement split theu~- rights as the Panthers led, 35-0 at intermission. Panthers Strike Again move into Cumberland, Md., Fri- day night to do battle with the Allegany Campers and this is an- other one the Pioneers will lose by ab least 35-6. The other Friday night game a~d the only one to be played in this section, will pit the still win- less Martinsburg High Bulldogs against the Handley Judges And although we never like to see any team go through a season without a single victory, it look's here as if this is what is going to happen in i M~rtinsburg. We must go with the Judges and ,we think their deci- sion will be by a 25-6 score Now to the Saturday aetio~ which shows only two battles on tap. And of course the big one will be on the Legion Field in Charles Town where the Panthers will .be wFaying host,to l~he Ct~rke County Eagles of Berryville, Va. Last year the Eagles pulled the biggest~ surprise of them all on Charles Town and the Panthers haven't forgotten this humiliating deofat. So with revenge on their minds and an unbeaten season @taxring them in the face, the Pan thers axe not going to be stopped in this one. As a "matter of fact it would be ~o suprise to us if the PanVhers maul the Clarke County boys as' ,badly this year as they were torn apart by the Eagles last season. We can't see anything I less than a 26-6 score Beall High of ~rostburg will go to ,Moorefleld Saturday for the season's final for both teams and Coach C~rge Hott's ,boys are not going to let this one get away from them. It should be ,Moore- ,field 26-13. The Panthers hit paydirt again in ~he third period on an 81-yard march with a 12-yard pass to Spinks and a 14-yard run by Glaize setting the stage for Burns payoff shot to Robinson. covering 3,8 yards for another TD. Doyle's placement made it 42-0, Using ~three passes to Galloway and a nine-yard-pass to Wilt, the Ferrians d,rove-60 yards for their ~irst score early in ~he ~inal stanza. Galloway climaxed the Buy It at your favorite Grocer or Supermarket DAILY LABORATORY 'CONTROLLED 601 Winchester Ave. Phone AM 7-6881 MARTINSBURG, W. VA. . We Are Purchasing Jefferson County Milk David Rathbone presented on bet~df of members of the squad, a gift to coach Paul Burr in ap- preciation of his efforts with the team and Douglas Deal presented Assista~t Coach Donald Mickey witCH a gift of appreciation of his services also ~gothers who hel,ped to prepare and serve the banquet dil~ner were Mrs. Leona,rd Whitmore, Wrs. Charles Marcus, Mrs. Guy Eber- sole, ~Sxs. Meredith Polen, Mrs. The records also show that (~nly in 1955, the first year that he be- came head coach at Charles Town High School, has Coach Dick Har raison had a losing .football team. In that year his Panthers won four games and dropped five. Then in 195,6 with the outstand- ing backfield of Jerry Ke:tican, John Cole, ,Shirley Gray and.Ran dy Furr, heading his team, an out standing, 8-2 record was chalked up. In 1957 the Panthers came through with a 5-5 mark and in 1958 the records show four vic- tories, three ties and two defeats. The reco~rd to date of the Panther football teams in the five seasons since Harmison became coach stands at 29 victories, three ,ties and 14 defeats. march with a ,four-yard Martt over his right side.. ~ Charles Town staged the game's most spe:etular play, covering 58 yards, midway of the final per- led. Faking a run, Robinson toss- ed a lateral pass to ~u.rns who heaved a mighty shot far down the field to Spinks who raced for the H2' 11 b~fore he was nailed by .Manuel's desperate tackle. Three plays later, Glaize shot around left end for the TD. Rob- insert's placement closed out Char los Town's scoring. The Ferria~s retaliated with a 57-yard march as Manuel com- pleted three ,passes and Moler and ~Bussaxd carried for steady gains to the CT four-yard line where Galloway scored on a short aerial. ~core by quarters: Charles Town 7 28 7 7--49 Harpers Ferry 0 0 0 12--12 Touchdowns: Charles Town --- Robinson 2 (39-yard-run, 38-yard pass), Spinks (21-yard-pass,) Jackson (three-yard-run), Burros (57-yard- punt return), Cook (three-yard-run), Glaize (11 -yard run). Harpers Ferry ...... -Gallo- way 2 (four-yard-run, four yard ,pass). Doyle 3 (placements), Rob- rosen 2 (placements). WINS SUIT CLUB ' ,Mrs. Herman Willis was the winner ~f The ~uit Club at The Kastle Men's ~tore in Charles Town 'last Saturday night. II THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 - Telephones o 162 COMPLETE LINE OF Ranges, Refrigerators, Washers, Etc. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. MAGAHA'S APPUANCE CENTER Telephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ! ! II I I t Last year's quality champion is solider than ever--and , you get Mercury s beautiful new Sleek Eme styhng, Sen ii!I sational Road-Tuned wheels and new competitive prices in the bargain! COME SEE IT_WE'LL PROVE IT! ![ ! * Ba*ed on manufacturer's ~v~ggestCd delivercd prlve /or a Montcrey 2-door ~edan, 1960v. 1 $~ 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN,