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10Wfl JUnior i :)flOWS win, LOSS; Will The Charles Town Junior Varsity with a 1-1 record will go after their second victory Wednesday night when they,play host to the Wllllamsport (Md.)Junior Varsity callers at 6:45. The little Panthers, coached bY Jimmy Zimmerman, have gone through two nip.and.tuck battles in their pre.Christmas action, taking a close 22.18 decision from the Page Jackson Junior Varsity in their opener on the Charles Town floor and dropping a 26.24 decision to the Musselman Junior Varsity Tuesday night at Mussolman. Members of the team as shown above are: First row (left to right)---Dermic Willingham, Dewey Noland, J. T. Kitchen. Dermic Ware and Bobby Hankins. Second row.-Coaeh Jimmy Znmmer, man. Leeds Corbin, Greg Johnson, John Waiters, Ronnie Whitmore, Richie ~lilis and Dean Hill. (Photo by Tim Sinn.) THURSD27, DE( EMB RI0"," 1964 .... C--4l Coflege Football Games )uti:ed The lineup of the major post-season college football bowl games. (All times are Eastern Standard): DEC. 12 TANGERINE BOWL at Orlando, Fla.--Massachusetts, 8-1-0, vs. East Carolina, 8-1-0, 2 p. m. NAIA CHAMPION BOWL at Augusta Ga.---Concordia, Minn., 10-0-0, vs. Sam Houston State, 8-2-, 2 p. m. JUNIOR ROSE BOWL at Pasadena Calif.--Cameron State, Okla., 94)-0, vs. Long Beach City College, Calif., 94)-0, 4:45 p. m. PECAN BOWL at Abilene, Texas.--Lamar Tech, Texas, 6-2-!, vs. State College of Iowa, 8-2-0, 2 p. m. CAMELLIA BOWL at Sacramento, Calif.--Sacramento State Col- lege, 8-1-1, vs. Montana State College, 6-4-0, 4:30 p. m. GRANTLAND RICE BOWL at Murfreesboro, Tenn.--Middle Ten- nessee State, 6-2-1, vs. Muskingum, 8-1-0, 3 p. m. DEC. 19 BLUEBONNET BOWL at Houston--Mississippi, 5-4-1, vs Tulsa. 8-2-0, 3 p. m. LIBERTY BOWL at Atlantic City, N. &--West Virginia, 7-3-0, vs. Utah, 8-2-0, 12:45 p. m. DEC. 25 SHRINE GAME at Miami--North vs. South All.Stars, 3 p. M. DEC. 26 SUN BOWL at E1 Paso, Tex.--Texas Tech, 6-3-1, vs, Georgia, 6-3-1, 4p. m, BLUE-GRAY at Montgomery, Ala.---North vs. South All-Stars. 2p.m. JAN. 1 ROSE BOWL at Pasadena. Calif.--Michigan, 8-1-0- vs. Oregon Stat, 8-2-0, 4:45 p. m. COTTON BOWL at Dallas--Arkansas. 10-0-0. vs. Nebraska. 9-1-0, A FAMOUS DRA NI) NAME DRESS Frol MILl f NEW SHIPMENT JUST A?RIVED 1 I i t 1 " PETITES - 3 TO 13 JUNIORS - 5 TO 15 MISSY - 8 TO 20 And Half.Sizes 12 to 22 ] and also the championship contest, for the state title against ever, Bo0nsboro's Ray Young and the St. Jvseph's Catholic High East Bank. Mike played for the 'B team at Huntingtoh Itigh Bernie Semler ignited a rally boys SPORT HATS AND OTHER and was their top scorer for the year, holding down a half- which shoved the Marylanders in The Martinsburg High cagers ' front by eight points and they will also raise the curtain on their Men's back position.. What's this we are always hearing about the managed to maintain this lead the 1964-65 season Tuesday night, go. Southern Conference being a weak-sister in football : Take a rest of the way. in into Cumberland, Md., to tangle Styles by Campus in gander at this: West Virginia defeated Syracuse (Sugar) Semle:r and Jim Howell also with the Campers of Allegany front numbers. A and Kentucky (SECt, VPI whipped North Carolina State did a fine job on the boards for High. to choose from. (ACC) and Florida State (Gator) while George Washington Boonsboro. particularly in the sec- The Charles Town Junior High ira_at Cincinnati (Missouri Valley) . . . i ond half. cagers will play their second MEN'S SIZES - 36 to 50 . , , ;:: :;: , ,:.: Allen Mahoney tried desperately game in two days Tuesday when If you're wondering about the indoor Liberty Bowl gamegamet keep thb Cardinals in the ballby pouring in 21 points to they travel to Harpers Ferry for game at 2:30. ss t0. between West Virginia and Utah December 19, here s some be high scorer in the ball game, .'. interesting facts.. The, turf on,the Atlantic City Convention but his one-man scoring punch GO TO CItURCH ON SUNDAY - BOYS SWEATERS 3.99 //all floor is, actually planted . . . On laj rs of burlap an was no match for the three-man =r Boys Winter JACKETS ----- eighth-inchthiek covering of sod is placed . . The hall lights scoring trio of Boonsboro , are then kept on around the clock supplying artificial sun- leant. Mahoney was the only man A better selection than ever for boys. Men s Long Sleeve Sport 8 H] light for the gr .. Workmen also adda dash of ehlocophyll for Shepherdstown to get more BOYS SIZES - 3 to 20 In s )lease the , to hell) the color.. The results are amazing..Ttie green stuff than four points, , .. tyles to 1 most discrim- $19o reportedly grows so well that it will have to be cut three The Shepherdstown fans did Sdl 9 it__ 1 2 inating taste. * LU BOYS SHIR times before the day of the game.. Don t w(n'ry about punts deriVeevening,ssomecageCOnsolationshow, however,frm thein ~ ~ TS 6 to 18 AT 1.99 hitting the roof either , .The ceiling ia eight tip from ll ir won 1he (,poe. the playing Hoor, illg battle wills the Boonsboro FROM ]PAGE 1 FROM PAGE -- I Late in the third period, how- be in Martinsburg' to tangle with manage to pull even with the ~Itedgesville High Eagles will in- Marylanders several times in thei vade Morgan County to tangle first half and trailed by only two with the Berkeley Springs High points at the halfway mark. Indians; and Shepherdstown will Col.d Bowl COATS Popular styles for men and boys. t BOYS MENS Men's Winter JACKETS Lots and Lots of warm jackets in conventional or sport styling, by Campus. Charlie Gageby paced the Muss- noon. OR elman scoring attack with 12 ORANGE BOWL at Miami--Alabama, 104)-0, vs. Texas, 9-1-0, 8 point~, p.m. O The loss was the first for Muss- SUGAR BOWL at Ne~ Orleans--Syracuse, 7-3-0, vs. Louisana State, t Ill elman+ n two games. I In the preliminary game, Coach JAN. 2 ~ 7-1-1, 2p m i7] Jimmy Zimmerman's little Pan- GATOR BOWL at Jacksonville Fla.--Florida State, 8-I-I, vs. Okla- MANY OTHER GIFT ! f thers, experience shooting trouble homa, 6-3-1, 2 p. m 'J ' :] ~i | and as a result missed more than SHRINE GAME at San Francisco--East vs. West All-Stars 4:45 rvt~ t~l_l~t%~L-~ ~Dt-x,~x i; ;J . _- , thea dozenMusselmanOpportuntieSjuniortOvarsity.OVertake p m ' xv ~./~],~x_/,o~ x' x~L)lVl i :~ %)>.~ The Charles Town High cagers, Polen 10 1 21 The little Panthers fell behind JAN. 8 :: ::iiIi 6 5 17 by a 94 score in the first period one of the tallest and most ex- Hehle - . " " ' HULA BOWL at Honolulu--All-Stars, 1 a m., Jan. 9 GIFT (~.IT.~RTII~CAqPlqJ.~ "el perienced schoolboy teams in the Ogden 3 0 6 and could not catch up. They JAN. 9 " " t ............ ft!i# ..... e--=- used their E Jones 7 0 14 trailed 15-12 at the halfway mark section mls s a~n, " 1 3 and 19 16 at the end of the third" SENIOR BOWL at Mobile, Ala.--North-South All-Stars, 3 p.m. AVAILABLE added heighth and experience to Johnson 1 full a(ivantage Friday night in Itill 1 0 2 period. Professional # ...... urtain on their 1964- Johnny Waiters, lanky Panther DEC. 26 .~ , raising lne C "- -- -- 65 season" ann- came up withon Hia 63-h Totals 28 7 63 enseCenterwith'led llhiSpoints,team" whilen" theLeedsOff- AFL CHAMPIONSHIP--San Diego~ at Buffalo or Boston. SHE'LL BE GLAD YOU SHO'PPED 50 verdict over Page Jacks g ~ Score by quarters: t -, ..... DEC. A ' ' , : hSa tees Cov n High P leleJ:CTk n 19 19 18 0 mw.wiMt Do2npoits T L A D D S THIS C H R I S T M A S - "- ference , , CorOln nan SIX. ,a~L,= ,,~c"hto~nt~el~ aldnledtheMussel- NFL CHAMPIONSHIP--Baltimore at Cleveland or St. Louis. " ' hardwoods. _ .... i Officials: Scott and McKelvey. i -~ - ' JAN.3 .~. With Carlton Hehle ann am,t .. ~ rne DOXSCores: NFL PLAYOFF AT MIAMI, FLA.--Second-place team in Eastern I Illl ll III1 I a lltl=l I'lls al SllSa [ Ogden, both big boys, keeping the I Ill ~ [(,Varsity Game) Conference vs. seetmd-place team in Western Conference. II ~llllll llll lllllll'/ ~,lllli rebounding under control for the [~~ |Ailffrll i CaarlesTown G. F. P. JAN. T0 m-rl~ Ililll VI/1..i,/ Ill Panthers and Hehle, Meredith I ~llll ill a wvvll i Polen 7 2 16 NFL PRO BOWL GAME AT LOS ANGELES---Eastern Conference SOUTH GEORGE STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. P01en and Ernie Jones leading i ~ ~ lies [Hehle , 6" 3 15 t~e =oring par~e Co~eh sin ,li..|p.ilmq Ml|||, ad I. -- 1- .--t. wr ,Ogdenjones 20 ' ~I:~:~nL.SiTARO aAsTJANN~w16ORLEANS__Eastern Division _ DIAL 725-7611 Jordan s boys took an early le ~ t ' 6 1 13 and were never headed. J=~&~ lkA....~.l--.---- IMercer 2 1 5 Cnach Jim Taylors Spartans didmn mussmmdn I~_o~_,~, 0 2 2 :~t ': ..... t 7 OPEN EVERY NITE 'TID 9.00 P.M. : manage to stay in the game in the x i. J-~ ~ ~ ...... i Ja~n 0 0 ~:0 ~o.starung times se or pro games. ~ $ ~ ~ first half trailing only I6-9 at the "" .... ; ..... "tarsal'" IW 1 6 I .............................. +, ,. t ' - . llle I,~llil[ll~S-iowIl lllgll ,Y ~ __ end of,_the_firStm?r OdaTd:l'h2 e and Junior Varsity cage teams Totals 24 15 63 Jayv e ibY. aKe51s3elS,se I Attend Church Sunday l at tne naliway lllal V ] . " - aded Inwood Tuesday night and Mu " ~ " third period Charles Town widen .... " ...... ! sselman G. F. P. inals leading all the way. i --- " - , . , ~---- " . - came out wltn a Split In a pair 0i i W t the margin and kept adding to it .............. el y 2 5 9 The boxscore for the Varsity ~. i~~~~~ :~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~. '~ I .' ...... .,__, uatues, me Junior varsity oropp-, ,t In the iinal perlou. . . . . ; .......... game follows: ~ " __ ing the first half of the twin.bill i Just about everything ,seemed to "'usselman b a slim 26-24 mar Brown 2 3 7 Boonsboro G. F. P. I g& - I 1 to go right for the Panthers as .; ~t :a +h, ~,~T ...... "I Gageby 5 2 12!Young 5 1 11 ~V : ................ a s-,, ......... nariesxownvarslty ~hl.~ a ~ ~" Semler 2 0 4 ~ / IN OPEN EVERY they worKeu me tmaru~ ~uuu, e ....... ~'~ " " oastmg to a 63-46 decision over A passed very well and hit fairly the Musselman Va "" sh 0 1 1 Vance 6 3 15 1E _ I 1 ,,,- . m TILL NINE THI consistent_. ........ both on inside and The victory was rsitY.me seconn- ;or, " f Miller 0 0 0!l Howell 3 3 9l - : : - I I 'wnaries lown , outsloe snooting, t~- P^nth^- Vars .............. I I Hull 4 3 111 " -- -- : - l DECEMBER [ ......... ,.,o ' ",. "< '< '" "-- I Totais " " ''Bra