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OF JEFFERSON rAaMZRS ADVOCATE SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1959 'VIEWS BY MAX BROWN I Outstanding Quarterbacks Will Be BEFORE IN OUR long history of writing I Matching Abilitiq In Fridal for this old family iournal, have we ever seen in- ' one particular game at such a high pitch as it I all this week--and is today, over the Panther- football game. The contest has been the one of conversation in the stores, in the restau- bathe streets, in the lobby of the Post Office-- as ah'eady been played and re-played hundreds by enthusiastic supporters of the team who are Waiting for tile 1:30 kick-off on Friday... --Beat Keyser-- ?ERAL LOCAL BUSINESS plac' and people as have never before ever taken the lime to tune radios for a football g me, were busy this week their sets put in tip-top shape for the big' Friday battle... --Beat Keyser-- ) THE PANTHERS will have plenty of support from sidelines from a large delegation of the CHS who will be right there, yelling, cheering 1 A lHundreds From Charles Town Expected T0 Follow Thq Panthers yser d Keyse Although the football spotlight may be fading in most ill other, parts of West Virginia, not since the curtain was Charles Town High Panthers 'ol]ed up on what has been an exciting, surprising and some- i cleared another barrier in t'heir :lines even disappointing 195(,) season, will it be shining!march to what could be the first B The powerful and high-scoring in carrying the ball to the shadow my brighter than it will Friday afternoon on Stavman Field u,udefea.ted football season the s~hool has ever had Saturday af- !n Keyser where the Charles Town Hio-h Panthers and the i ternoon ,when t'hey rompe~! over n ,olde Tornadoes of Keyser High School will be staging the Clarke County High gridmen by a one-sided 40-6 score on the he battle of the "unbeaten." Charles Town Legion field. The o" " ' " t'he Panthers, set the stage for Two of West Vn' unla s best Class "AA" football teams !victory, the ~inth consecutive for ,viii be in the center of the spotlight, and when the starting" xhistle is sounded at 1:30 p. m. one of the largest'crow(t :o ever witness a high school football battle in Keyser will :)e on hand to watch the action as it unfolds Hundreds of loyal Charles Town With two of West Virgi:]ia's best, the meeting of two undefeated teams Friday in Keyser. The Panthers, led by halfback Bobby Robinson and fullback Charlie Jackson, controlled just about everyl~hing around Legion field Saturday including the wea- ther as t'he rain, ,which had been 'falling i,u t'he morning, stopped ,before game time. "ass will ~ake time out from their quarterbacks dire c,ting their res- ~ork and schooE,ng to follow their pective teams there is bound to Panthers into the finale of what be one of the most thrilling and of the goal. The fourt'h Panther touchdown came on Vhe fouzth time they gain ed possession of tile ball. with the drive being spearheaded by a fine pu.nt zetmn by Bobby Robinson from the Charles Town 40 to the Clarke County 26-yard line. John ny Doyle who had replaced Buz-ns at quarterback moved the ball to t:he Clarke County 16 and then Robinson bzoke into the open and ~coz'ed. Again Doyle's placekick was good. After Charles Town had stalled in their effort to move for a fifth ~ touchdown of t,he first half. Cl.%r- ke Cou,nty's Longerbeam had blocked a Panther punt, Eriekson plunged rhree yards for the score. Roll Again ng those good old Purple and Gold colors all ms been one of the best football ~ressure filled afternoons of foot The largest crowd of the seasonI After a scoreless t,hird period Charles Town High's band will go by'special ;easons in the history of the Char ball of this season, many of them from Berryville, Va. lthe Pantiaers roiled for two more es Town High School. Not since Both teams are expected to be saw the Panther ground attack (touchdowns and an extra point. rrmcipal Gordon Eismon said this afternoon GARY KEEDY LARRY BURNS i940 has a Charles Town High at full strength for the game crash around and through the student, with permission from his or her par- /oot~bai'l team registered ni~e con- Which is certain to draw the at- Clarke County line, and their aer ] A long pass from Burns to |Spinks good for 51-yards produc- be given the day off to attend the big game.. The record crowd which is ex- fastest men coach Dick Harmison ~ecutive victories and moved into tention of ,many college football ial a,ttack move wit~hout too much ted one touchdown and when Tom )ected to be on hand to see the has onhls track team, especially ;he final game unbeaten. And not scouts. And with both teams hay- opposition over t~hem. R --Beat Keyser-- )attle of "the unbeaten" to be in the short sprints n t;he past eight seasons have the ing very fine ground and aerial The first four times Charles my Doyle again converted the ex- ~, raged on the Potomac State grid ' While Coaches i-Iarmison and"harles Town Panthers ,been able attacks, indications are there will Town's Panthers dined ssess~ tra point it was 34-6 for Charles LL BE A MILE LONG motorcade of fans and ron in Keyser Friday afternoon Ronnie Phillip~ are high on Burns' ~'o score a victory over the Tor- be plenty of scoring, ion f" b II t'heg scor dpo ..... i Town. . : ~ o the a y ~ e. And t . ers of the team leaving Charles Town from 9"30 vii] not only see plenty of excit- gridiron exploits, they are not a dadoes. So hoping for 'both a long . Both the. Panthers and the Got was not until they had rim up a --Ab()ut a minute later Clarke :qe 92.mH,, f,4n f. ~ ...... r,,~ ~ ,.;1,.. ,.. z~..".~" ng and hard-~hitting football, but bit higher in their praise of him overdue victory and a ~perfect sea- den Tornadoes t),3ast a heavier 27"0 lead and let-us somewhat t;ounty rambled on their own 24- t f,...~'":~-"_*"~ ~" "~a,''" . ";.~."" JL.;c~ tufwu,- :hey will also be privileged to see tha,u is Coach Tack Clark of Key- son, ,Charles Town fans ,wlri start than average line for schoolboy that the Vlrginians co'tfld hit nay- yard line and Hez~bie Dinges poun -.u., tnere only a snort distance to rotomae 0 ound sen m ser Ion before play and although thezr back ~ ceo on ~t Then wzth thzee ze~elve ~. " ts a special added attraction two ser High a~bout a 16 -p -pour' g into Key g ' _ ,., . , ,', : " dirt. backfield" men al n ..~e " .~.." t.t.ayman Field which is located on the left and )f the best quarterbacks in West ior by the name of Gary Keedy. game time and will probably still Items are no~ excep~ionany neavy Startea zri..w_rk~ , ' o g wits uactc, on Rill a'3 you enter the town of KeYser You can't irginia matchi,ng their gridiron Clark says some of the things be coming in at kickoff time, both have speed, aplenty to com- ;. " - ~ " -" . ..... .run~mg the Pan!~her offense, Char "Just look Up as you enter Keyse'r and -'ou'll see t bilities and caparbilities. Seldom his ace quarterback has done this Charles Town High officials an- bine with their deceptiveness, ert;~arsmrs 5odWnuSnZ~n~,a~rgn~cal~ lweS town scored in seven prays /)aU ~ ........ ; . ,, -Y . .. s such a doubleheader attraction season have been almost unbeliev- nounced this week that students When it comes to comparative ~, p s ....... Y ~. ", th Frye acing the scoring. '. - maQlum, wnlcn lnCl(lentally is equipped wain )resented the same afternoon and able And there's no doubt but ..-^ ~-o,-- -. -.. ,.. t~.. -ome wili size and weight of the two teams star(ca me ~'anmer nreworKs oy oaczson and Robinson carried '[ bleacher seats on both sides of the field. Ad- m the same field, t~hat" he, like Burns, is one of the ~e'~dism~sse(~U f~-om"scl~oo~"provid- both .lines average about 160 ~Uanr~gr ndnee Y~,~le,for :hee ~t the ~'unt of the offensive load for to the f,,," .... m ~... ~r......~_ __.~ 9= The Charles Town High Pan- main reasons the Keyser team is ~,~,, the~, have the consent of their pomas, with the ~eyser uackfield . y s p - ~: the ~anmers, the ~ormer picking r ~- - ~, .- ........ ..t. ~y .,, c~.~ anu ,)o h ....... m h~ headed b,, their =z'eat ,,nhea~n Keed~, does the r~assin~, .... ~.-" ...... : ..........nl~ .having & slight edge on the Pan- was wide and it was 6-0. Then a up 130 yards on 13 attempts and [uoents who can purchase their hckets at the i=nal caller ,~asser punter run st=hal calling and much of the P~ ................. .~. ~a..,._ thers m this deoart, ment 20-yard jaunt by Claarhe Jackson .~conng c,ue touchdown and Robin 1| * ~ ~ , 1~.. , , - ~ . i ~lll2.~SllOOl ~b lO U~I/'~SIU/. O, MuluS " . , . , . col before leavln here r h Tot climaxed a 47 yald dave fm the son gmmng 108 yard~ in 14 at g aer and also blocker and tackler, ballcarying for t e Golden " and 25 cents for students and the Charles Town's backs have, how second Charles Townscoz - : ' - - ' " :' " --Beat K~w~r Larry Burns who after only a nadoes.He ,also blocks on sweeps advance sale here has far exceed- ever, shown more speed, with the . , . ' ." ~ ~e. ,~oy- ~empts an~ scoring twice. Y~r~ ,~.~.~,,~ ~ ~.~=,~',~--~- ........ nediocre seas(m last year, has de- and makes about three fourths of ed all expectations, exception of Keedy who is the !es pmceme~t was good ~n~s ~ime _ ~aaries ~own's defense, headed -'~ ~'~ I ~L 1 sa ~o gzve ~ne ~,-an~nezs a l~ o lean oy zoanny r~smon Jzmmy Coutte~ mnr~ t ]e Yanuaers ~:or l:IllnKlng ]eloped this season into one of the the tackles on defense. Clark ys~,-," +~,~ ,,-o+ ,,u ...... ons "~^*fastest man on either team. "' " " ...... -" ,~. '. Ong overdu- to h.. ~',.~,~o,, o~0,.,~... )est quarterbacks ever to comeKeedy zs the best all-around ath- ,~ .... the,, o *,~,,.hn..,,~ 0,. *,,,^ Kevser ran thrnu,~h ~ 9-~ -*- Early in the second period the ~. u n ncm, rommy Stocks, : ,,.^ ~=~:,~'T.~:':':_:':."?,-'F"" .~";'7:'" )at of Charles Town High School. lete t~hat has ever come out of Key ,~"~"h~'~"t~ *~'+~':,~::-" ~',~ ~,~ son last year whil'e'~Charles'T~own Panthers started t~heir third touc'h oary and Leo K~sner, completely ao ,--e ou~ on the top sine oz tne This season Burns has tossed 13 ser High School. :-:-~,.~, ~'~,~o~"~,~,':~" -~'~'n~-~,~ came through with a .~ 5 marly - down drive from the midfield nanacuned me L;mrke County of- oacK in 1951 when Dickie Hughes and Bobbv ~ouchdown passes and has scoredKeedy has scored 10 touchdownss~Z,:,,~ ,,,. ~.~? ...... :f ~': .... ': ..... . ... ~" . . "'" tripes with Bobby Robinson scor- zense, The Vlrgknians failed to reg te , . ~ ...... calms an(] r'rmay's aeuon zs no~ Born wnanes town ann ~.e ser , '. - led them to a 26-6 decision over the vaunted qve, touchdowns himself He has m grading Keyser through nine ..... ,~,~ ~,~ h,~ o.,, mer.,..e. ,. ......... . ........ a , ,., Y. - mg his ninth touchdow,u of the !ster..a h,zst down un.tzl m~dway of tOrnad, a~. rn,~mL,~.~ ,~ el~,~ f,~,~ |~ ...... hit on more than 50-percent of consecutive victories, and his ~.~.~:~wf~:....~. ............... ~,,,=,..,,.~ozms oyez sucn season ,from the one-yard line af- Ithe tnn'o period ann were l||mted '0 ~:- "" "~,-~.'_," .... ~'~,~- ,-~ ~,-,~ ~,:-, ..... ,,~ ,r~,~, his passes having completed 32 in speed has played a major part in Bound xo ~e Tnmmng Turn To Page _~-B ter he and Jackson had alternated ' (Turn zo Page 2-B) ~ners--l~ats ann ttenny--Dots nepl]ews oi 53 tosses And not cniy has the this accomplishment He is the ~--~ 8~11 , - . . .............................. t'-' t Panthers Gary and Leo... Others were Burns half of this potent aerial fastest sprint man on the Keyser ,- ,vls, Nat a-nw..n.Ti,r~rr~r (~'R).~,an Matt Trd~nu~n attack been a'major factor in the track team and like Burns, he cke, ' Panthers moving through nine also goes in for basketball and . .~..~:~:::~:~:~ ........... - ~_ .~,., , .-. , ~.,, ~a~t~..,, ~.,,, ~,,s,~, I ~ames un,beaten, but his defensive baseball. As a matter of fact the ~i~ r : enzy,- Lmar~ey L~wens, J~m.~ 'r ag e,..atomy ]play has a~so been so outstanding co~lel~ footi~ll scouts may have, . ' '' ~ . ,~ |,!~: ]~' ~ ~ !:1..~ ;,arry Shirley, Clyde Hitt and possible others who I tt has on more t.han one occasion t5' ward off major league baseball ! .... ~ ~,~ ~ .~i[~~...,~ t ! %, unable to r,~-ol~ ,,;~h~ .~ ...... , I prevented the oppositi,:~u from scouts if they are going to sign i .~flr .--..,~]]i~!~::~" ~~_.~ !.N %, ............' " " I scoring. Although the 175 pound Gary to a college football scholar- 1 ~~::'.'~:7 !:~ ~~,i-~!:?:.~,~.:.:+~.: ......... o .,. 'at HUNTING SCOUTS from many colle=es ]w]th--~-foo-tt)a'~ll"~'he's-n0t"j~us"t"-a ~"Bot~h Burns ,and Keedy have] ' ~ .......... ~iiiii!iii~ ~ .Versifies l~a ~,,, w.o~ v...~.~- w..,~;_:.._a I one-sport man. 'After the football been drawing the attention of a| ~ ~ " ...... _ - Ity ..e ~" """, ,-a ,, ,-:~,~ ;,-n.... ~l ...~.,,:~. ,~.u t,tv I season he turns~to basketball and number of college football scouts[ ~ '~,*' II~l~a~,~r/'a,~J~~ ~JlllJ$~ Fo m lviaryiano, Wlll De on the Slde-hnes with I then in the Spring his sports love and it's a safe bet that some of/ ~ ~ ~mi~~.~~ :-..~ :: .... ~ peeled for some senior nrosnect who the-" [turns to track and baseball O,n them will be in the stands Friday( ~ ~ , tllterest ,he,. o..r,..., " If'he cinder path he is one o,f the afternoon. " / .~-',,~w--,~ ~ ~ IrA~ ~\ ,. rom representatives of both the Southern and Pk ,l,-e T^.,. / IF t;Onfer I,,Ull lll t,,llgll i 1Vl II=ll ences who hope to be at the game... [ [ 8*- --Beat Keyser-- / D....|o 'r,. 1t[14lo | / ttEER POWER and determination, and for his"/ D{I R I-gllllll l 1-11hi i There's nothing like a new car--and no new ear like a Chevrolet. This is the 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe! [(eyser st,'on -boys will find hustling Bobby ]D 1951 I ard to stop Friday afternoon. Bobby ran hi's efeatedTornadoesln e^v u=e= ,,,-,= -,-u,,,,.o total to nine for tile campaign here last Satur- [ [ IV .qlrt I ll-! F--OF. ll-lr- /111 |1"11 -I to this the hard-driving Charlie Jackson who [ The current f^otball se~,~St lickin' Charies Town] f ight TD's to his credit... Both boys are top-[tween Charles Town and Keyser ]has ever hande~lgKeyser, And it/ IN A CAR ~,,,,el ~.MFVRC~I~,T #^..i~:~ ,~^~.., ^1 .... ,. .... .: .... . ....... .a, c'!ugffers and they don't go down easy... High SChoal goes back farther marks t;he last time that Charles| -- - - .. v- -.....~..~ v, mm w | iv~m----Ilvl ~l.aIJ ~*v,,,~ ~l..Iv~at LV IIl~lLIIl~ II~V~Iy |Jl~U| lle,t 1~,,,,~,~r [than most people realize. Thir- [Town has been able tO best Key-1 .... _ , . . _ _ . _ -- ...... zo,- --- [ teen years as a matter of f~ct I ser either in Charles Town or at [ lnterwews w~th thousanaselcar owners across the country show clearly hat they like or dislike about their TOWN'S LIONS CLUB is planning a big [And with t'hree exceptions this a~ Keyser So it's been seven long ' .... " ................ [ ..... " ......... ~____ h_v_] present cars.., and what they want most their 1960 cars, Here s what the people tell us theg want [ho P.rnla P~nfha~'~ ~v~ rlP,,~tl~., .~,rh~ ..$ tnuai gn(llron rivalryhaS, oeen lYears ~znce ,~ne x~an~zzez-~ a eI . . , ........ , .... S .............. [close and hard-~fought. I been able to stop the Tornadoes. | alia ow Uhevrotet meets their needs. Jeiierson. LIOnS OIIlClalS were busy isis [ Althou"h back in the 1920's IThus not only will the Panthers[ , . , . ,~ ~ , . , . , to ro--.z ..... neaker f-r r'e event-z I ........................... ., [be battling with vll their might | Pr~e~ that $ what $ upperm t in my t hevrole You ve big, sturdy1960 is no exce tion But reall , thi ~,.~111d~1"11~5 J. UWll IXIIU --t~,U,ybUJ, b~l[l~l~l.i ' , ~ . . " P " , ~Ut to be a former CHS football coach Geor~,e Ion the ~,ridiron for several ,,ears ISaturday to cha,lk up, an unbeaten( mirall, All Impalas and Bel A~rs w|th brakes underfoot, for example, that k|nd of lightness and precision you ve rector - r ' ~ .... ~ ~ tit was not until 1946"that thecur" (season but also to break that long [ V8 engines are lower in price, as az~e last longer. As" it has been for years, simply got to enjoy for yourself. n s r s r d And in h 13 wctory drought against ey automatm transmmslons and man safet |sst n ar m m C land " [re t e ies ta te. ' t, e [' . . ' . ' "'. [ " " " y y" a d d eq "p entin hevy. -- The recortz otpastgames zn o .... [ ga, mes played to date, Keyser has [... .... - [ other p pular options. Also Biscaynes ,,_ _, .... ,, ..... a car you can look at and I~ smug wcm 10 them mls series IOIIOWS Ik~t $ ~p up~l~ aown, too ~vtore ,, --Beat Keyser-- I - of ' . [ : i [ now include as standard equipment ........... ..... about buying it. Chevrolet for 1960 AR e ser WP ~nan ever, ~nevrotec for t~u ~s DUlI~ tRT. FELT SYMPATHY to the bereaved ] The series started the same year IYE C., T, K y: . - | conveniences formerly optional at ..... ; .... leaves the low-price field far behind ~o s~ay on ~ne roan ann oul; el l:ne f ..... I the Charles Town American Leg- t1946 13 '. 6 Home I extra cost. ' .... " ......... when it comes to fashion. But you re _amfly of Norman Propst whose untimely lion field was dedicated. The base t1947 ' 0 19 Away I repmr snop. ~ou can tea c|~a~ worn ~ the best judge of stylin% so take a last Thursday morning in Huntington, W tball field was dedicated in Septem [1948 0 14 - Home | "And how about opermtlng economy? hushed, unruffled way of going, from ,,cod close look at Chevrolet We warn ,le chan nnd it wn~ ant nlon~nro ta f~11aw [ber 1946 and late in that same ]1949 12 19 Away[ And ~le valu~?"You keen right on the solid thank of Chevy's big doors. ~-a,,. , .... 'w ~hn,,t' t, f~ll" in Inv, ['t,, ,- - , .......... ..,[ month the C arles Town Hlg, [1950 19 6 ] ome | savin~ after vnu hay vaur favarit~Of course, ~f you should need servme, = LOOK Dar~ in tlte traCK anG 1el(t events a~ ISehoO1 arran-ed with Le=ion offi 11951 ~n n Awa-t ;7, ---* ,- --- - .... - -~-- ; ........._..,__ _, ........ ~c_.. .... o " " ~- " o ~nevrmet ou re ~zways near etnclen~, econoln- ., @ ~ ho ~- t{ . . . , too. And Chevrolet s tradl- ~' And perf trounce. Let $ have t School. He was a stm mile-runner I c|als to play thezr football games ]1952 7 33 Home/ -" ........ zcal attention to .,our needs -,, .................. " i fi b ' . ~lonaHy mgner resale value means a onel ~nevy s spmrea v o s nave se~ tne meet lns performances reded the Panthers [on the Legon eld.T at ,year, ]1953 13 27 Away[ ......... ............ you n gec more haCK when you ~raae"1 s~anaara ~or u|tra-eme~en~ po,~er m ' ill addinc~ of olenfV of nolnts [ and for the next several years, t'he[1954 0 12 Home | , want car that will stand up to the ...... ' . -----e, - ~ z ........ I out, field of the baseba~ll diamond [1955 0 27 Away I . ....... driving I d." For proof of Chevy's Amerman-Duu,~ pa~, enger car eng|nes. --Beat Kevser-- I served a~ t'he font, ball ~ridiron II.q.~a la ~a Hom~ I "~lve me plenty ow goo~ old-foshloned ~t~v;n~ r~aw(xr ha~t. ~n*net ~ rnin~st~, You ve got a tong list o[ periormance- M'('~i~T~NY ,)~11~ ,, an h;~ nv;v~fa h~ah~ll ]Then whe~n the Legion secured the [1957 6 14 Away / om~rt. There s comfort and then wntchin~ the ,~rest rand You U ~oo minded transmmsmns to pink from, too. at't':- ....................... ~" .............. I land adj,acent to ~ t'he ,baseball/1958 6 13 Home | some in this one. Chevy's long on more'C"~evrole'~-traveh=ng" on it than he Athletic Committee of the.American I field, football activity was moved] ....... | space, for one thing. Once you reunder an,, other car evidence on wheels of So that, friends, is what you told us 00 has extended an invitation to Coach Dick I to that area. . . J Sons of Confederate [ way you'll know just how comfortable C~evrolet dura'-bilitv (An'd that hi~,her you want. We think it can be summed ..d football squad to a banquet, honoring[coC er e heT%ynHaHoi h(zS h //Veterans Meeting in [ Full Coil susper ion makes your ride. resale value attests'to'it, too.) up rather well in just one word: t,alue. ;ivit e r splendzd season, sometzme shortly ]enz, gained a close 13-6 decision Shepherdstown Nov. 24th. [ "Safety--don't forget .fotyl" You're "Me for swat-handling car." Han-Get the full story of Chevy's brand of ~n m t~he nrs~ game played Then zor ' ' at our h g... ] i .... =~ ~--~* ...... ~ .......[ Henr,, K, ~ ~s Cam,- Sons [ surrounded by safety features in a new dling s always been Chevy s forte, and value soon y C evrolet dealer's. Beat Keyser-- .............. ....... ....... .... ..... |x, ._ ---. " ..... [Golden Tornadoes of Keyser who of Confederate Veterans will hold [ , ~ M 1 1 Sch z olled to v|ctor In 1950 the pan ]their November meeting and din Nearest to perfect/on a /ow priced car ever came APHIS of C arke County H'gh ool[" ' Y. ~ ' , "1 " - " ... cg vao r ] ,ted before but last Saturday's 40 6 thump thers broke the losing jinx by wiza Iner at 1vhe War Memorial Build- I ' ~S ~ .... , -~ , ,., .,, " ,, "Ining t9-6 on the Legion field, ling in Dhepherdstown, Tuesday,[ . town rllffn s Yurple r'annmrs was Lrle / Then in 1951 t'he Panther team [24th a't 6:30 P.M. [ Career ldtd somet,hing which no other[ Host members are Rlcha:rd H./ , , "Beat Ke-'ser [Charles T(~wn team has been able Crane, W. N. Dun,u, Jack Getzen- | R de test '60's best--at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer s " . ~ ~ -- Ire do at least not since 1928 (we [danner, walter G. Knott, A. Uhar- I ,- _ ..................... :._ ....... : ................................................. Ay IN MEMORIAL Stadium the Balti- /didn't go back in our records any ]les Morgan, tester St~ley, G. Rus- | ..................................................................................... , ..... k ........ , .... , . / further) v(hen they beat the Tor Isell W.hite and J W. Ware. '| ' ' pmyang zor tne real mue crops wnen [nadoes on their home field andI .............. I " Illl~llBB~ ~mllPlIB~l P~ I " the San l rancisco 49ers and it goes with- .{by a decisive 26-6 score. That was USE CLASSIFIED ADS I MUlII IMI, /NBMMI 'LI:I me hthe game will be a sellout... A win for ] [ WW r'lvIIhll UhWUiV uun o ,, ey will be in a tie for top honors in the I battle to the finish as the Colts must meet the 49ers on | WEST WA, HINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W VA PHONE ,12 and from there on out zt will be a [ the coast before the season ends... | , ,,, , , .....