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1 2 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1978 Named[ Sports News & CHARLES TOWN JR. HIGH CHEERLEADERS GET READY FOR CAGE SEASON MIDGETCAGE LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Teams W L. Royals 7 0 Sorties 6 1 Hawks 4 2 Celtics 3 4 Lakers 3 3 Bulls 2 5 Bullets I 5 Blazers 0 6 GAMES ON TAP Friday, Dec. I -- Bulls vs, Bullets; and Blazers vs Celtics. Saturday Dec. 2 -- Sonics vs Royals; Lakers vs Hawks: Bullets vs Blazers. Monday Dec. 4 -- Sorties vs Celtics: Royals vs Bulls. By EDDIE FISHER Royals remained undefeated by crushing the Blazers by a 37-7 score. In this game eight Royal players helped in the scoring. C. Johnson led the Blazers with 3 pts In the second game the Hawks beat the Bulls by a 27-14 score. In this game T. Evans led the Hawks with 10 pts. followed by W. Puller 9 pts A. Wilt 4 pts M. Crum and A. Frazier added 2 pts. each. T. Littleton led the Bulls with 7 pts. Action then ended the week on Saturday Nov. 25 with four big Senior point guard Bob Dick- man has been named Shepherd's basketball team captain for the 1978-79 season, and this year that honor could be an overhearing responsibility. Dickman is the only senior on the squad which will be relying heavily on perseverenee and development of six freshmen and six other underclassmen Dickman played his high school basetball at Wheeling Central Catholic High, where he earned three letters. He was named to the All-City Team, along with being named to the All-Mountaineer, All-County, Another exciting week of With the 1978 football season over the Charles Town Junior High action in Midget Basketball Cheerleaders, who worked probably just as long and hard to help the Panther League began play on Tuesday gridmen to a winning eason as did the players, are shown getting ready to Nov. 21 with a doubleheader of move now into the 1978-79 basketball season which will get underway next action. months and keep them busy until early March. Members of the squad and In the first game the Sorties crushed the Bullets by a 24-8 their advisor or coach are: (left to right) -- Robyn McCormack, Susan Sparks, score. In thisgame Carey led the Barbara Fargo, Janice Willis, advisor, or coach, Dena Newman and Shelly Sonics with II pts. followed by Lloyd. (Photo by Tim Sinn) Whitmore 8 pts Washington 3 pts. and Dickson with 2 pts. A. .~ were dinner guests on Gregory led the Bullets with 4 hanhard |~me ~aab Thanksgiving Day with Mr. pts. ~II~III~IU Ifllll# I1~1~[]~ Dearl Grove. In the second game of the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick of doubleheader the Lakers edged t~ J II11 ~t ~ Chestnut Hill were visitors on ecoflo w rl uI Tear Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.Tylerthe Celtics 24"22" In this game Rled the Lakers with 12 pts. 1 -- Dearl Grove. m= A m= m Mr. and Mrs. John. Whitehair followedpts. D. HesterbY V.andJacksonD. Millswithadded8 Innlant ~ ~ml~n, rv and Brian were ~,isitors on 2pts, each. D. Potter led the I VIIl~lli lq VtMIIIV[g~IJ Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Celtics with7pts. Ronald Haugh of Waynesboro, Action then continued on With the confidence of one win Walker bad eight poin,~ and four Pa. " Friday Nov. 24 with another already under their belts, the assists in the team s opening Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair doubleheader of play. In the first Shepherd College Rams look to game and children of Shepherdstown game of the doubleheader the tonight's (Thursday's) en- Under the basket, the Rams were visitors on Sunday with Mr. counter against Salisbury State, rely on 6-5 center Chuck Hipp for and Mrs. John Whitehair and ever. His son, Brad, and his wife a contest which will pit two both rebounding and inside son. evenly matched teams. . . shooting. Hipp pulled down. ll Mrs. Peggy Lancaster was a Shepherdstown;and three children,whilealSOaresidesecondin The Rams, 1-0 after wmmng rebounds and scored. 10 pomtsvisitor during the week with her son, Kenneth. lives in the state their opener 96-64 over Penn last week. Joining Hipp in the friend Miss Pare Staub and capitol, Charleston. State Capital Campus, host "green" frontcourt is freshman parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold According to Rizzo, selection Salisbury's Sea Gulls at 8 p.m. Craig Dixon, 6-5. Dixon addedStaub and family, of Waldeck to receive the honor tonight, and Shepherd head eight points and four rebounds Mrs. sharon Ott and daughters is only one of the many activities coach BobStarkeyisexpectinga against Penn State ChaCha of Mannings were visitors on of the coaches association. A close contest. Pressure defense s become Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin state coach of the year is picked "The game probably won't he a trademark of Shepherd Grove and sons. in ever)' sport from choices won or lost by more than eight orbasketball, but over-fouling Rev. Frank Mentzer of made by regional boards. I0 points," comments Starkey. could hampertheRams'efforts. Shanandale Chhrge; Mr. and Already this year, Clyde "Our personnel match up very In the opener, two Shepherd Mrs. Paul Grove and son; Mr. Wilson of Berkeley Springs has well this year, and we have a players fouled out, and two and Mrs. Danny Everbart and been nominated as football history of very competitive others finished the game with daughter; Mr. and Mrs, Roger coach of the year; while Dave games against Salisbury." four personals. The visitors Cole and daughter were visitors Ambrose of Martinsburg High If Sh6pherd's opener is any attempted 37 free throws durir, g the week with Mr. and School has been nominated for indication of what's to come, the compared to the Rams' II at- Mrs. Jerry Everhartand the honor in cross country. Rams will show a mixture of tempts, daughters. Nominations wiil be made for fast-paced, run and shoot type The Sea'Gulls come off a 15-11 Mr. Norman Jacksonwas all other sports, including girls basketball, blended with a record last year, the best in the dinner guest on Thanksgiving competition as well as boys. deliberate, systematic approach school's tbaskethall history, but Day with Mr. and Mrs. Earl In addition, the coaches when the fast break doesn't they lost four mainstays from Cogle and children, association recommends rules come. last year's squad, leaving them Mr. and Mrs. Larry changes and makes other Last week against Penn State green in the frontcourt.Neidringhas and daughter of suggestions to the West Virginia CC, Starkey's troops struggled in Gone from the 1977-78 team Frederick were visitors during Secondary Activities Com- the firsthalf, but exploded in the are leading scorer Al Tomlin the week with Mr. and Mrs. mission, and works toward second segment, combining (15.8) along with speedy Tyrone Floyd Grove and family,improving athletic programs in their running gamewith strong Mills (14.5) and backcourt Thursday Thanksgiving Day all schools throughout the pressure defense. Improved ,players Garyt Kelly (4.0) and was butchering day for Mr. and state. play by the many newcomers Dave Garafola (6.0). Mrs. Floyd Grove. Friends and Not all Eastern Panhandle being pressed into action in the This years returnees areneighbors were there to watch coaches are members of the front-court helped the Rams headed by senior Tyrone Mar- and help. organization, Rizzo noted, but rally to win their opener, ac- shall, 6-4, who averaged 6.5 Mrs. Thelma (?,ogle and Mrs. aid that efforts wilt be made to cording to the coach rebounds and 11 points last Lucille Waters and son were interest all coaches in joining in Junior wing an Larry Cain, 6- season. Returning in the back- visitors on Tuesday with Mrs. the future. O, provided Shepherd's brightest court are guards Juan Gabourei, Doris Stewart of Fox Glen. spark against PSCC. The hot- 6-3, and Greg Sullivan, 6-0, along Hmmonizem Sing shooting guard hit 65 per cent of with Paul Capodonno, 5-10. his sh ts fr m fl r' sc ring 22 Gab urel netted 15"2! points per Philip' points. Cain also grabbed six game last year, while Sullivan [I St. S rebounds, handed out four and Capondaunoeach averaged assists and had four steals in the less than five PPG. The "J,C. Harmonizers" will Rams' victory. LaSt year Shepherd defeated be the guest singers at St. Fellow wingman John Koepke Salisbury 89-74 in the first en- Philip's Episcopal Church on is Shepherd's other main scoring counte and edged the Gulls 72- South Lawrence Street, Charles threat. Koepke 6-0 is labeled as 69 the second time around. one of the team's best shooters. Salisbury has a history of having Last Sunday night's snowfall Town, on the first Sunday in He netted 12 points last week for difficulty winning on the road. was more unexpected than it Advent, December 3, at 11 a.m. the Rams. Sophomore Buttons The Sea Gulls were 5-6 on the was troublesome. The "J.C. Rarmohizers" are a : Walker, 5-11, is Shepherd's road last year, and they only Laurence Lloyd, veteran local group of young men who are starting point guard in the have two home games through weather observer, xeported an Corpsmen at the Unitred States Rams' three-guard offense, mid-January this season, accumulation of three inches in Job Corps Center, in Harpers the Charles Town area; and, he = - - - -- nightwith Mr. and Mrs. Timothy added, this is the most ewart and family of Fox Glen. significant amount recorded in SILVER GROVE Mr. and Mrs, Timothy Stewart November since 1971. Mrs, Juanita Buzzard and Junior, Chris, Mae and Lisa As reported, the snow caused,Take some advice from two Dial 725-2240 of Fox Glen; Mrs. Hilda Martin very few problems. School and Tommy and 'rummy ofopenings in Berkeley and Jef- woodcutting experts. games on tap. All-Ohio Valley Athletic Con- In the first game of the af- ference and All-State squads. ternoon the Sonics outscored the "Bobby is an intelligent player Blazers by a 32-16 score. In this whose reliability and knowledge game eight Sonic players con- of the game is excellent," tributed to the attack. C. Johnson commented Shapherd head led the Blazers with l0 pts. coach BOb Starkey. "He is a good In the second game the Royals outside shooter and he can take rolled to their second victory of command on the floor in any the week over the Bullets 29-19. situation." In this game P. Rudolph led the Daring the last three seasons, Royals with 9 pts. followed by D. with Dick an seeing action, Hosby 8 pts D. Jenkins and W. Shepherd has compiled a 67-20 Roberts added 6 pts. each. record, including two 20-plus In the third game the Lakers winning seasons, a pair of edged the Bulls 11-8. In this second place finishes in the West game D. Mills led the Lakers Virginia Conference and a with 6 pts. followed by V. regional championship in the Jackson with 5 pts. T. Littleton NCAA Division Ill. and D. Wilson led the Bulls with 4 pts. each. Christmas" with words by In the final game of the af- Clement Moore. music by ternoan the Hawks crushed theDarby, and arranged by l-I ffry Celtics by a 33-8 score. In this Simeone; and "A Sentimental game W. Puller led the Hawks Journey thru the 40"s arranged with 18 pts. followed by A. by HawleyAdes, and will inc!ude Frazier 7 pts T. Evans 6 pts and the following numbers: "It s a E. Gag by with 2 pts. E. Rodgers Big Wide Wonderful World " led the Celtics with 5 pts. "'Sentimental Journey, ' "Chattanooga Choo Choo," Ferry. They sing under the "People Will Say We're in direction of Lawrence Wilson, Love," ,'/Oh What a Beautiful Jr a very fine musician and one Mornin ', "You Are My Sun- of the corpsmen supervisors at shine," "Over the Rainbow," the Job Corps Center. and "It's a Big Wide Wonderful The young men who make up World." Personnel performing the body of Corpsmen at the these numbers are Donna Harper's Ferry center are from Basler, Lynn Bush, Brenda Cain all over the eastern part of the Sherry Cain, Cathy Faber, Paul United States, here to learn a Giffey, Patti Heffle, Georgiann trade, and receive their high Hinchcliffe, Dee Reinson, and sdmd d@]ana equvJmcy prior Annette Shives. Paula McCoy is to graduation. They are young the piano accompanist. men, who realized their handicap The Chamber Singers, in securing work and have joined, directed by Dr. James E. Pantie, the corps to help themselves, will be performing three and take advantage of the US Job selections from Lloyd Efaut- Corps, in overcoming their sch's "Triptych." These deficiencies in education and selections are: "Musicks Era- training experience, pire," "Orpheus with His Late," Shepherd Choral And Symplmy Concert Dec. 3rd The Shepherd CollegeCreative Arts Division will present the College Choir and the Singing Shepherdesses, directed by Professor Jay Stenger, The Chamber Singers, directed by Dr. James Pantie, and the Wind Symphony, directed by Dr. Jerry Zimmerman, in concert on Sunday, December 3rd at 8:00 p.m. in Reynolds Hall. The renditions of the choir will include "Praise Him" by J.S. Bach; "A Lullaby Carol" by Conrad Susa; "Let All The Nations Praise the l.t rd," by Volekmar Leisring; "In The Still of the Night" by Cole Porter; and Harvey Enders' "Rw ian Picnic." Sharon Teter and Carol Didden will accompany the choir. The Singing Shepherdesses will perform two numbers, "Twas the Night Before Mr. andMrs. Roland Staubs of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. ferson Counties were delayed Baltimore, Md and Mrs. Ronda Larry Buzzard and Christine and one hour; there were no unusual Barrow of Ransonwere visitors Kelly; and Mr. and Mrs. accidents; and virtually no on" Saturday with Mrs. Leona Raymond Waters and Kenney disrutpion of communications, were dinner guests on except for isolated incidents. / Staubs. Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Incidentally, Weather Ob- Mr. anti Mrs, Curtis Everhart: Mrs. Ralph Cogle. server Lloyd reports an oddity Mr. Edgar Everhart and Wanda Mr. Jake Jacobs was a visitor a pair of robins seen scurrying and Angela; Mr. Gary Harriss on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. around, not having started on were dinner guest on Cecil Everhart and family; and their southern migration. Lloyd / Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. said he had never seen robins ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle; Mr. remaining around so late in the Donald. Miss Susan Cogle was dinner and Mrs. Raymond Waters and year. Kenney; Mrs. Juanita Buzzard RANSoNNEWS: guests on Sunday WithLee and Christine and Kelly; and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Waters and Gary of Dargan, Md. Jennifer and Junior Cog|e, and Cesarina, Nashville, Tenn spent MAC '1'10 is theidea, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tommy and Tammy Martin the Thanksgiving Holidays with Rodgers and daughters Rena were dinner guests on Sunday Mr. Cesarina's mother, Barbara Christmas gl'f--t and Melanie; and Mr,and Mrs. with Mr, and Mrs, Timothy Cesarina, 5th Avenue. Ranson. Roy Smoot and Brent were Check these featuresi: dinner guests on Thanksgiving Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and Willingham, Morgantown, 1.B cubic inch engine Lightweight. Day with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Danika and Ronnie of Mar- W. Va were visitors over the Just 9.6 pounds complete 10" bar Rodgers. Mr.and Mrs. Michael Redgers tinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thanksgiving Holiday with Mr. and chain Chain Brake with wrap- Cole and Traeey; Mr. and Mrs Willingham's mother, Mrs. around hand guard safewfeature Auto- and daughters were visitors on Danny Everhart and Marsha; Louise Willingham and his matic and manual oiling Protective Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Harvey Longerbeam were brother, Bob Willingham, muffler shield Cecil Walling of Hagerstown. dinner guests on Thanksgiving Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Jackson and Dana, Dessie and Amy; Mr. EverhartDay with andMr'family.and Mrs. Cecil A]E Special holiday price and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam Mr. and Mrs. Dead Grove; From Page 11 and Jennifer of Fox Glen; Mr. and Cindy Everhart and Karen position for 16 years before McCULILCIGH" and Mrs. Floyd Chapman.Jr. and Grove were dinner guests on retiring in 1975. Altogether, he Angle and Stevie were dinner guestson Thanksgiving Day with Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred MOUflON MACHINERY Nich of Chestnut Hill.spent 28 years coaching, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Grove ,teaching and administering. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ,725"5213 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and children; Mr. and Mrs. ' ,aldeck now resides in Waters and Kenney were Jerry Everhart and daughters; Shepherdstown with his wife, ernight guests on Saturday Lucy Ell m, and is busier than and "consecrate the Place and Day." The Chamber Singers include Georgiaun Hmchcliffe and Patti Heft,soprano; Sharon Teter. Carolyn Stewart and Annette Shires, alto; Doug HoUida, Eric Lamp and Greg Shook, tenor; Juan Lopez and Dr. James Pantie, bass. Dr. Jerry Zimmerman's Wind Symphony personnel will be performing "Egmont Overture" by Beethoven: "An Original Suite for Military Band," by Gordon Jacob: "With Bugle, Fife and Drum," by Wilson Cnker, the second movement from the "Serenade of Carols", by Morton Gould; and "Bravada Paso Doble" by Frederic Cur. zon. The public is cordially invited to attend this concert. There will he no admission charge. Afraid of stran9ers? That particular phobia is called, "Xenophobia." m m [] m m m m m m m m m m m m From Page 11 pearance at West Virginia and old alike, relatives and friends, at the Coliseum following the game photos taken with Catlett and his staff. And the group later held an reception in the Coliseum's following Coach Catlett's post-game before returning to Hedgesville. The l addition of the Gale Catlett show will Dec. 9, statewide on a network of stations. The half-hour program will Jack Fleming and Catlett. Don Miller At Baltimore Winter BALTIMORE, Md. -- Don Street Hall in the Miller has been selected as one Crafts exhibited of the outstanding group of elude objects craftspeopte to exhibit in the the fields of clay, third Baltimore Winter Market, wood, metal to be held at the Civic Center on materials. Don February 23, 24 and 25. Miller produced t ndva was one of 330 craftspeople in his Harpers F~ chosen by a select jury from a for 14 years. His field of 1,100 applicants, internationally. The show, sponsored by The show will b American Craft Enterprises, the trade on Febrt Inc a subsidiary of the at which time buy American Crafts Council, is shops, departn considered one of the most galleries and m~ prestigious craft events in able to view, America, and in 1978 attracted mission the work over 28,000 visitors. In 1977 it (Pre-registratiox~ was chosen by Joan Mondale, available. Contad wife of Vice-President Walter Craft Enterprises,[ Mondale, as the site of her first 10, New Paltz, N. public appearance in her event is open to national campaign for support of Friday, Saturday American crafts. Febru'arv 23, 24, 25 The 1979 Market will spotlight p.m. Admission is~ Body Adornment as its theme American Craft and will present an outstanding devoted to the 1~ exhibit of craft objects as' marketiugofthe wearable art in the Lombard people in America. Charles Scott, the new head ,~ugars. The first basketball coach at Jefferson will be Thursday, High School, speaking Tuesday against William at the regular monthly meeting Pa. The se tS of the Jefferson County Chamber December 19 at of Commerce, listed five ingredients for success of the Chamber cage program this season. Rockwell, Scott said he and his coaching Village House staff, Assistant Meredith Polen, nounced there and J6hn Lowery, junior varsity December meeti coach, have adopted this concept for the Cougar team this year. "We will strive for perfection, working hard, because there is no substitute for hard work. "We will be enthusiastic, we will either love what we're doing or leave it. "We will be conditioned three ways, physically, mentally and morally. "We will stress fundamentals and the avoidance of mistakes as the best way to win ball games. "And," added Scott, "we will stress team spirit and cooperation, playing down the individualistic aspects of the sport." Scott said that, in his opinion, athletics is one of the greatest 'teachers in life, bringing people together on an equal basis and, when the battle is over, leaving them equipped to better cope with life's problems. 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