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! EE DECEMBER 18, 1969 -~ SECTmN--CI Packers, R0yals [ I . Capture Opemno' I' r I i I (BY.ON RENTC,) Pre-Chiistmas schoolboy basketball action will wind up N El Gante Vkt0ries ] ill ]I ,'I,=1 Tuesday night for all of Jefferson County's. temns, anti except for a few battles between the Christmas and New Year ,] .'7-77"-- -[ holidays, the tempo of the cage wars will submde substant k,I e [ ially until the first week in January. 1,W ( I i Teams W. L. l llnd f,at,d fharl Tnwn Hinh VaSty ita,kotballer During the Christmas and New Year's holidays, football . A ,A nmmvs mF s / I v will move back onto the sport scene briefly and share som "" II/ i- [ % q I j racaet x u / ' " = v ~ I ] Royals 1 0[ of the attention of the sect]ohM sports fans RY A I:1 u I - o / " / -- o-- / N battles on tap this weekend, one (nday mght and one -------.J I Action in the four-team Char-| ~~ i ~~::~~ Tuesday night. . I les Town Midget Basketball Lea-i ~~~ i ~ ~ ~i Friday night s action will find l burg on Monday evening, Dec. J. EMORY KABLE was elected president of the Jeff- i gue will get underway Saturday] ~ ~:~ ~tt~/,~i~ the still winless Shepherdstowni29 to tangle with the iartins- Count, Cha~ter Izaak Walton Leao~e of Amer- /afternoon at 3 p. m. on the/ ~~lt~ ~ ~ ~j:: High Cardinals playing host to]burg High Bulldogs. a, ruesdav night Carl Benton was his campaign man- / Char e own Junmr H,gh. g~n n| ~ ~i:~4 ~:::!:i,the M,ddletown, Md. H~gh cagers, ] But before this game the Mat 'e ~ o. ", - n asmm an~ from now until ~e~-t ~~~!ii~i i~ :~:::~ : ::~: while th She herd Colle e ca e- tinsbur Bulldo s will travel to l~r~ Woo~y wOOOlOl~ ha.riffling ~ne pUDIlCH;y. . 14 her " :;:~::~: :::::.: '~* : i tlrc~.~. ~.+;~ ~ + ,w~ a "u .~ - *;.~ ~ ~ - ]ruary,t e will be a double-] ~~~; ,rs will travel to Shippensburg, lWmchester, Vs on December 27 ,~" ) ~ ~,~,~,~,~,o. ~, ~vt, w.v w, ,~v. "~ ~"~ ~"'~" / header attraction each Thursday ::::::~::~: ::~:~::.::::::: ' : ::: Pa. State Teachers College. And for another engagement with the tlr lOCal Chapter /night and Saturday afternoon. ] ~~ ]also of some local interest willl James Wood ttigh Colonels. This The Packers defeated the Cel :::~~:':~ :~ :*~ " i -i~ ~ ~~ ] be the meeting between the Mus I will be the second meeting of "12~LIT, L~J~ 'I~LP~/-[NJ ][II~l']L ~ basketball opposluon ior l tics in the opening game Satur-/ i~i~?~:~~$Xtt~ $~ii ~}f~;f~l "~ I selman High cauers and Boons- I the season between the two teams !~rday night will be the Woodbridge, Vs. High School / day by a 23-13.sco~ with H. Wild| ~~~3~ ~ ] boro, Md. ~High on the Mussel-i Martinsburg having scored a close tgers in Viro~ni~. town And iust for the record as / hiae musing ]he rackers [o vie-| ~~iii~i ~::ii!~ ~~lL~~,man court and St. Joeph's Cat- / victory over them in Martinsburg as 9 -n,tory with 12 points. R Anders/ [ holic High of Martinsburg willi in the season's opener for both "" -'~ ' ~" ' and E Pierce shared scoring :i~::: ~ ~oa travel to Hancock, Md Hxgh for teams have m Frank Grant a high-scoring forward who / honors for the Celtics with four I ~ ~ ~~ [ . [ ". 23 points against Stafford High last week Lets [ each i 2:tS~t~ C?nf~r~ce batmtlees of ] "*'*~ "111" ~'*"*" "'~ ' ,; ,pc that George Zamberlan s big boys make no,In the second game the Royals [ ~~ ~ ~~i~,local interest will be on tap, with] against this newcomer on the schedule, and,defeated the Lakers by a 49-3{ ~~ ~ ~~~ {the Charles Town High-Wood-[ i ~- Will appear here in a return engagement on Feb-,score, with J. Rickard leading the] i~i~ J~iili ~~~,bridge, Va, game at Woodbridge],~a ~,A aa ~-~ut~ uT7th Royals to the one sided victory i " r - "' to be the b g one for Cha les,U.U 19:WAllU M HOFFMAN, a fellow who has spent many years bill attraction w m t e t er 1 : . i Meeting in the first half of the i Shown above is the Charles Town High Varsity basketball team, rated as one of the biggest and most{ Jawees meeting' the Woodbrid~e[ i ,the mutuel departments of both local race ~racKs,twin-bill tonight will be the Lake- I nowerful schoolboy teams in the section and area again this season. The Panthers, coached by GeorgeI Ja~ees in the opening game at| I | Town and ~henandoah l)owns, nas ee,n,e c[eo. i rs, who finished last in the lea-i Z" amberlan, have s'tarted eft the 1969-70 season on a most successful note again by ehalk[ng up de-i 7 p.--m, Both Pan-ther t-earns will| i president of the.West Vlrglma {tumei ~terK:s~oc. al i gue race last .season. and the Roy. ] cisive vie~ries in their first two games. They trounced Loudoun County High in their opener and lbe .going after their third con,l ! n t. ,xe~-~x~, ~ervlce r~mpioyees m~ernaglonat umon I aLS, WhO nmsnea l/n the mtru I n o+. +~,~, a "~me Members of the s-uad as shown are" Dennis Kirk, manager; Klm I secutive wins. / I ~ ~ ~ ~,~ ~" | aeetm held last week spot. The Lagers are being coach- lef o " ' i " ~ . g "'" { ed again by Norman Willingham i Reid, Danny Doleman, Lawson McIvor, Fred Byrer, Allen Brady and Tommy Ott. Back row ( t t i ,Harpers Ferry Hlgh s T gers| i~ ~~./[ WHILE THE STEEI~'workers are moving along at a ]and Bob Ott and the Royals area right).-Tommy bailey, assistant manager; Jeff Roth, Derwood Layton, William (Bill)Ltndsey, Larryl~h~e d~opp;dnthe~ecSeCo~ndTuBe~] ]~ ~ i: ~~ "i [~ dd / being coached by Ed Gray and { Carr, Bruce Singhas, Jim Parkinson and Coach George Zamherlan. I "[ ~:~: ':.:| ~ Pace and should soon have the new club house l Alston Rickard I . ~,I day night to Williamsport, Md.| ~ ~ /~ ~ I. ~er roof at Charles Town Turf Club both local tracks " . " . . I The Charles Town High Var- I Derwood Layton and Curtis { only a 21-17 lead at the end of the { High, wili be playing host to Bru] |:: 1 " ~ ~ I ,ot +ho o o,o,+: +h ~ / Meeting in.the secona game at i sity and Junior Varsity basket-I Taylor led the scoring attack for { first period. I nswick, Md High in a non-confer-| / [ l ! ~l~:~lvx~:~l[ t'~:;y.'~i'~ 1.3v~ ~tt~'s~.X~l~ ;~':~ ~:: 1~ p m. Will de me rackers, zast[bal1 teams travelled down the]the little Panthers scoring 15 In the secgna perio.~ with the|ence game'; and ,the Berkeley{.] ~ ~ I ~I11kgli~II~II(IOal[ .L~OWlI~ IIOILI.~ IUI:LIi, I~)UlUII~IL~V JlIZI!,year s regmar seas.on ann post- [ Shenandoah Valley to Buena { points each to account for 30 of I same rough* type o.t play prevail- [ Spring High Indians, who show{ {,~" C, . i ~e has .ms S[OCKm~ cap and red coa. a. ready { ~ourn. amen.] cnampmns ana m.e { Vista, Vs Tuesday night to take I the 57 Charles Town points. { ing, me virg!hians man.age~, to { a 3-1 record, will travel all the{ / .:~ J~ J ' { y,g occasion aria OlnCe iorces a~ vo~n ~racKs nave I cemcs, WhO .nmsnea secona midn a new foe for the first time] The Charles Town boys movedI cut the Charms Town teas to,way to Petersburg High for al,~": Ped up the Christmas spirit with neatly trimmed{ both the.regmar season race anal]n Charles Town basketball his-i into a first period lead and stay-I 41-38. ] battle, i :~":::~:::::":'~-~::~ S and attractive office decorations in keeping with ithe post-season piayoffs. The!tory. And they scored a pair of led in front all the way. ] But in the third period big,The one game on tap for Mort-| Six-year-old Beagle missing Season i Packers are coached by Kenny { a ;.; ;o+ ; er the Par~ { In the feature attraction of i Larry Carr and William Lindsey i day night will be between Smith, from Twin T. Farm on Sum~ " " . |.Anders and Kelley J. Lance, Jr nI-I~,h"School desnite th'e { the night Coach George Zamber- ! combined for a total of 19 points [ burg, Md High and St. Joseph's i Point Road since Sept. 2. Vie hn NT TO PAUSE here ion~ enough to offer cono~at- / and the Celtics by Dixie Wiltshire I fac~'~l~at t~ officiating was not ] lan's Varsity Panthers experienc- I while the Panther defense was [ Catholic High of Martinsburg in I black and white markings in his ~ ~ -e,- { and Garland Walker. { i ed some difficulty getting their stonnin~ the Vir~inians and from { Martinsburg This will be a Bi- [ ~'~ ~.a h w. ~,~ ,~hUo r~ ~s to Bill Brin oI ln~er~ype an~ mo~orcycte lame, / ~oo+; ;. +~o ~+,~n~, ~r*er i anywhere wna~ SChOOlbOy cage { offensive attack rollin~ in the +~k' " ^:. ;+ ,~o~o. ~r ~ u I ~t~t,~ ~ o~'on,~ hattie I "-.~7.~ - ."- ","' ~. ad another birthday on Tuesday. He was 49 and i noon'opener" at'~3~"m['wi~l~be{teams in this section aria area [ first half, but in the third period ,~' ~';. -- i ~"~ ~ ~['."'[~[~-~ ,~^ - o~ :.+ { ~om upper canine ~eem are .~ us, this once-skinny little fellow has certainly I the Cel~tics and Lakers and at[are used to. The victories were[the Panther defense was so pot- LU~ Way. ~ue~.ay .u,~u~ ~,v V-~'~---:~:| missing and there Is a small nd in as man times out ~arr, WhO misses me last rive mas scnoolooy acuon Wlll wmu lo wh w e the seco Y n e V~r mmns h~t for onl tooth mark on his left flank rig, long way since the days en he ason i4 p. m. the Packers and Royals. i . [e t th g Y ~;N~bli~'"L'~ ~* ~'~*~ 'l~t'~ 11~ ~/u~ when Hancock nlav moves in[ " ,' s ason for both teams -,-'-~o ~- "'~ ~ ~ " - ~e th~s e three dints and thus Charles .Ross sw]vel-hlppedhalfbacks at nearby Harpers/ Mrs. Stanley Small, leaguepres-[ - i P "--" - -- t-- - t total of 35 points for the night,|to Berkeley Springs for a Bi-| DONALDT PHILLIPS Hi h - -~ 2~ ~[ ident said the leamae will o~ { The Jayvees, coacnu ~y Jonn I Town wa$~aDl~ tO ~rea~ ae Da - ~.~ ~, ;.a ~a ogo.a ~*~te C~nfe~nce enR~omeat i " ' g' ' " " "~ ~ ~' ~' -- ' ~" ~ ~" 1 " : ' st "t~ allwmm l~.~e~ -. z,~ma.~ ~ ~ ,- --- ~.~ , " ]ate much the bame as for the|McCullough, gave the handful|fie wide open and eoa0 M~ ~.^ - m ~,~ 725-:5163 made "si n ~ v,~ ,~, ,~ s,~,~ -~ ~-. DGE t'n a s ast several seasons exce t that of Charles Town fans who 80-63 dect o . . Dee. 18. SVILLE basketball fans are coun~ g the d y ] P . . . P [ ini~| Gilbert led the Buena Vista]tap durmg the Christmas hoh-[ . . [a~, 1 ~+h th~ J~t,~ ~,~- *h~;~ hi~rh ~vi~r ~no-l~,because ot some disctplme prob-| .me tong tu t.v vu~ a,NOt de]rig uses to me rough ~ttack with 24 ,dints while Line] days when the Charles Town/ ~an. l- ~ ~o~," "" ~ ~ J ~" ~' ason at town, somemmg to cneer aoou~ and free st le of basketball which ~ v,~ " t "" . : " "~" "~ lems encountered last se Y " nthers travel to Martins- ~all quint to show here agaanst Laz'ry Carr and/the Charles Town Junior High[when they downed the Buena[the officiated permitted to be berry had 13. High P~ I llil ~Y Led by their great scorer and all-around star,TURN TO PAGE 2--C / Vista Javvees bv a 57-45 score. / played, Charles Town showed ~ it,~,~ i r~ Ca lett, the Eagle supporters feel this year that,- - ave a match for George Zamberlan's big man, or i " ' : Catlett will steal the show when going head- | with the Panther big boys Wonder where | ',Director Zip Lorenz will put everybody who { to get in the CHS gymn on that date ? { OLD JEFFERSON County buddy, Rufus Ed- who now makes his home in Kensing n, Md he is in the real estate business with his former Raney, one-time owner of the Hagerstown club, remembers us with a greeting card from and Rufus.' He was at one time a hustling bus- for the Hagerstown ball clubs in the back in the days of such fine baseball Dutcl Dorman, Johnny Welaj and another old Bennett, who is now business manager for the Paper Company in Hagerstown. Those were my friend :. how about it A1 ! ! PARK will begin its daytime racing on Monday, December 22, just in case you interested and can't wait until Shenandoah Opens on February 6 some marked hustle and determination, High's basketball team, playing like they for some time, nipped Jimmy Omp's Odd Colonel caters 60-55 in a well-played game gym last week Charles Town's Panthers TURN TO PAGE 2-C ishin a i0 0us WASHINGTON, ALEXANDER & COOKE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. UMefeated Charles Town Jr. High Varsity Ca0ers Shown above is the Charles Town Junior High V arsLty cagers, coached by Harry Barker, who have chalked up three consecutive vietortes in as many times out this season and they will now take a break for. the .Christmas and New Year's holidays and will not go back into action again until Monr day, January 5, when they play host to the South J unior High eagers of Marttnsburg. Members of the squad as Shown above are: Kneeling in front --- Johnny Doleman. Standing (left to right)--Lewis Hosby, John Waiters, Vance Carr, James Lockley, Duke Pierson, Marcel Craig, Sam Stannton, Steve CHpp, RobertKelican, Taylor Downing, Keith Downing. (Photo by Jim Tahh.) Winning seems to be the only thing Charles Town High and Junior High basketball teams know this season with the Junior High Varsity and Junior Varsity now showing three consecutive victories without a single defeat. The Junior High cage teams chalked up their latest victories Monday night when they traveled to Capon Bridge, W. Vs and won both ends of the twin-bill attraction. The Junior High ~nior Var- sity coached by Charlie Hine, scored a decisive 38-13 decision in the preliminary; and the Jun- ior High Varsity, coached by Harry Barker really trounced Capon Bridge by a 63-19 score. In the first game Capon Bridge moved into a 6-4 lead, but in the second period~the little Panthers really got to rolling and shoved in 12 points to two for Capon Bridge to show a 16-8 halftime ing for the Charles Town team i in that first half with six points, while John McDonald had four Scott Anders four.and Warren Taylor 2. It was in the third period that the Charles Town boys really broke the game wide open with a 16 point splurge, while they were blanking the Capon Bridge boys. Charles Town tacked on another six points in the final period on field goals by Fields, Twyman and Glenn, while giving up four to Capon Bridge. McDonald and Charles Fields 40 points, or twice as many as: the entire Capon Bridge team could muster. And his scoring effort brought him the honor of setting a new Charles Town Jun. ior High scoring record. The old mark was held by big Larry Carr now a star for the Charles Town High Panthers, who scored 33 points when he was in junior high school. Craige hit for 12 of his 40 points in the first period when Charles Town ran up a 19-6 lead. In the second period he scored all 10 of Charles Town's points, while Capon Bridge was hitting for just five points. Then in the second half he hit for 16 more points. Sam Staunton had eight points for the Little Panthers, Vance Cart five, Jim Lockley and Johnny Walters four each and Keith Downing two. P,~ Tracy was the top scorer for Cap- on Bridge with 8. Defeat SL Joe Thursday, Dee. 11, the Charles TURN TO PAGE to look a lot ,Chrlstmas The special gift you sdect is at the store that caters to his good taste. Dur- ing the holiday season we change into a wonderland ot gifts tor him. Some extravagant, Some modest, all collected tor the discriminating male. OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 9 P. M. - IN DOWNTOWN WINCHESTER { | "{ { d