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$v FOR OVER'865 PEOPLE RECEIVING CHECKS FROM :Weekly Deposit $ .10 $ .25 $ .5o $ 1.00 $ 2.oo $ 3.oo $ 4.00 $ 5.OO $10.00 $20.00 CLUB CLASSES REAL HAPPINESS IS WHEN EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY 1S A MEMBER OF OUR CHI ISTMAS CLUB Remember We Pay 3% Interest On Your Christmas Club Receive in 50 Weeks $ 5.00 ' $ 12.50 $ 25.OO $ 5o.oo $ 100.00 $ 150.00 $ 200.00 $ 25O.OO $ 5OO.OO $1,000.00 West Virginia's firearms season on deer opens Monday morning, Nov. 21, and will run through Dec. 3. And many hunters have already cleaned and oiled their guns and some have even made reservations for lodgings in prep- ation for a full season of tracking and killing a buck or doe. In Jefferson County there not has been a heavy demand for hunting licenses in the past week or so, but both the Jefferson Cou nty clerk's office and the Colon. ial News stand have exhausted their supplies of hunting license brouchures. The deer season this year for bucks will be much the same as for last year as will the hunter's choice of eflher buck or doe which once again will run for only two days - Dec. 2 and 3. i m From Monday until Dec. 2, hunters will have to concentrate their fire on bucks only, having one or both antlers of three inch es or more in length. Then on Dec. 2 and 3 they can go for either a buck or doe, And once again the bag limit for any hunt- er is only one deer, either buck or doe. While there are some counties in West Virginia where deer hunting is not being permitted at all this year, none of the Eastern West Virginia counties are in- cluded in the ban. The bow and arrow season on ~leer and bear came in October 15 and will run through Dec. 3. Hunting is once again forbid- den in all state parks and all game refuges as well as the Harp- ers Ferry National Park. and highly efficient machine on the offense, but their defense also stole the spotlight time after time at Boonshoro. For example Mike Alvarez, sen ior "nose" guard, who has been showing better with each passing game, turned in his best perfor- mance of the season. He made 10 unassisted tackles and came up with a fumble which later led to a Panther touchdown. And of course the old reliable Tom Mer- cer, Alex Doleman and John Shockey turned in fine defense games for the Panthers. And off- ensively the Panthers have not all season had any better blocking then they got Saturday night from Richie Mills, Tom Mercer, John Shockey and Sterling Wilt. GREAT TEAM EFFORT While the one-sided victory must be classed as a great team effoi't with every senior, plus the underclassmen who saw action, giving it their best as they moved into the grid spotlight for the final time this season, some of the Panthers proved more excit- ing than others. For instfiiice Bobby and Alex Doleman, who the past three weeks have proven to be rough on all opposition, once again stole the offensive spotlight. But they were pUshed hard f~r the glory honors by junior quarterback Leeds Cofbln, who tamed in his best passing performance of the season, Glenn Hinton, sophomore fullback, who ran about as.ha~d and as often as at any time this season and Greg Johnson, w]~o hadn't run so often and so hai'd all season. The Charles Town I'a ~ 95 they had thers who were having g ~e ] ~ first seven ingly rugged s ,~aso~ ~ ~ t ~ ~ four weeks a~, ~ t ~ l ~ ~ c g staff, a lot saving i~he bus for the last Sat.] of new faces in the line-up and urday night as they not only turn] their ace halfback Bobby Dole. ed in their most convincing and lman injured, the Panthers had surprising victory of the season]their troubles until about the in routing the Boonsboro (Md.) fifth game of the season. But High gridmen by a 32.7 score on l then they began to jell and when the Marylanders home field, but] they dropped the curtain on their they pulted asond nu grid production Saturday night to an even five wins they Were rolling at top speed against : number of de- and looking better than ever. feats. The Panthers came down the home stretch of the 1966 season like a rocket, rolling up a total of 103 points in three games, or more than they had scored in the seven previous~ games. ,And they also held tl/e opposition to just 20 points in these three battles as The Panther offensive attack Saturday was the most varied and certainly the most exciting one they exhibited during the seas n. They moved both on the grbund and in the air for the one sided rout of the Marylanders. And not only were the Pan- thers running like a well-drilled Boonsboro was back in the ball game trailing only by a 12-7 score. But the Panthers did not become discouraged by this turn of events and instead came roaring back for their third touchdown with Bobby Doleman going in from 19 yards out for the score which climaxed a 64-yard drive. Early in the third period Alex Doleman set the stage for Charles Town's fourth touchdown when he recovered a Boonsboro fumble on the Warriors' ll-yard line. Then on the next play Bob Dole- man wen in .for the score and Leeds Corbin ga~/e the Panthers their first extra point by running it over. 1966-67 Openings (FROM PAGE ONE) Then, there was WVU basketball coach Bucky Waters and others who we generally always look forward to renewing acquaintances with at Mountaineer contests. Also, good to see another old newspaper buddy, Dick Ralston of the Buck- harmon Record OUR THANKS to Millard (insurance man) Trussell at Roanoke, Va for sending along a list of freshmen at VMI who will be moving to the Varsity" next year. Millard is a member of the Sportsman's Club, whose members do all they can to round up football prospects for the Lexington, Va. school WEST VIRGINIA'S struggling but smart young football From Page 1-B team finishes an exciting, promising, season against an op- Jones and 6-1 Kenny Carl', both ponent Jim Carlen calls "by far the best we have faced," of whom get really off the floor Syracuse, Satm lay at 1:30 p. m. An intrasquad basketball and hold their own on both the game, showing off Bucky Waters cage hopefuls this season, offensive and defensive boards, will follow the football game in the Field House This ,ear the Panther Varsity squad has only two boys over the 6-ft mark - Paul Johnson and Clif- ton McDonald, both at 6-1. But both are newcomers to the team and lack experience. Thus Coach Jordan feels he is going to have to develop a team that is faster, more aggressive and can work the fast break, to get victories. In addition to the loss of Wal- ters, Jones a~d.Carr, the 1966-67 Panther team will also be missing the fine shooting of Ron Puller, who was also tough ~nder the boards, and Earle Johnson, an- other fine rebounder and outside SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1966 ANNIVERSARY SALE IS STILL GOING ON! oitche and bowl set of exquisite beauty. Made JOE POWELL, a former South Hagerstown High product, had 15 completions in 24 attempts for 258 years, one of which was a 60-yard scoring aerial, as the Bridgewater Eagles BUY YOUR DIAMOND RING whipped the S, hepherd College Rams last Saturday 14 to 3 . NOW -WITH 50% O-F-F HOW ABOUT THIS: West Virginia tied Kentucky. Ken- $1.00 WILL tucky had beaten North Caa lina by 10 points. North Carolina beat Michigan by 14 while Michigan State beat Michigan by only 13 points Therefore, wouldn't that make WVU 11 points better than Michigan State? 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