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The Rams did give. the TIilitop In the third period Mus eirnan. .son at ';4. . . SPIRIT OF' JEFFERSON FARMER'S AD 'OCATE pers some trouble m the first ] [increased it's lead to six points [ The little T,gers w,ll play a ]6 [~, . . " lrlL!!t~ll~Xl, 17r, tri~vlgtr, rt 1o, I PO:~ t---~:i half, showing a slim 38-36 lead. I . I and then really broke the game ] game schedule, with their second I - But this was one of only twice] r~NAI~@ |A@A ]open in the home stretch I ouling to be Friday night at 6:30[ / in the entire game that the Rams [ ~U~|,) LV,~ [ Bobby Staubs led the ttarpers [ in Berkcley Springs as a prelimi- [ IL]I,~=.~**~ U~,-J~i a 23-23 scar(, at the halfway mark fl but Kelth Kllk who seined only led ] ~ [ Ferry scoring with 13 points, [ nary to the tlarpers Ferry and [ [IOI|L.ULR IIOIIU3 I "", ' ", " 2 i With the Hilltoppers Dan Gra- I IIIMI Itt r I while Bryan Pendleton and Don ] Berkeley Springs Varsity game. [ [ five points in the ball game, hit yes and Chuck Taylor leading the[ oJ1h, Vy~ I1~1 ]Twyman led the Tiger defense] The remainder or the schedule] ~-~-~|~ A~k [for all his points in tt]e third way, West Liberty jumped out to ] The Harpers Ferry Junior tIigh ~ by pulling down 13 rebounds ] follows" I OIUIIIOI3 Will I l~eriod and this was the diff~r- ~Ir i~d !s a 54-46 margin at intermission, lcagers, under their new headleach I I ". ~:~ -.i.o - t'p.rlu~LuW. .:aU l-- . - . I(nce in the scoring iu that Pe~-. . ~ Graves found the range for 13 of ] coach Johnny Lowery, dldn t wm [ Coach Lowery had five 9th J-- ] ~1~1~1~,A@@ [ lo(i as tlancock moved m frofit ~ ' *" b T r " ' his 21 points while teammate Tay [ m their first hme out Fmday ] ~raders and the same number of ~ i~ ~ p h,~.t a;i,~, e na ~ I ~IlIIU|~Ill I~VO~t [ .~ a 40-. 3 ma gm and that w~s lor, who grabbed game scoring I Dee. 5, but they sure did make a / 8th graders on his team and in [ "~" l"a" "';:~';~,]~ ~'~'~'~ '"~. ] "- [ enough for the victorT. , honors with 24 markers, slipped|game of it for the Musselman|Fridaynigt~t,s game l~e used most[6.:~O'Awa-] w s [ -- "",: " . ] Anthony Roman of lhe Card- ' " m ~ ec~dm ~ e in 12 before half time Junior High cagers before going/of them [ "--- -as Musseima- ~.~a a a I rne ~nepnerustown tl~.n t:aru-] inals tried desperately to ke~p ~zn:ntgolmes, ~ghoth~as bUeen the " ~ " ~ in'- "- " " " ~ When the second half got un- I down to a 43-31 defeat. I t~ry*" an re" n(ueton is ~ne tallest,Ja- n. 2~"" -~St. Joe 6:,30 ~"ome I sis who. had h~sh. hopes of ! h~s team~ m. the ball game wt~h, I shooting ace for Shepherdstown, derway, Bob McConnaghy, who [ The game was very close all|boy on the startin~ team at 5-111 Jan 27-Berkeh'y S,rin,s 6"30[a winning season this )-ear are Ian e~ght-pomt spurt, but to no rolled in 28 points to lead both scored 21 points, rammed in 15| the way until the final period[ anti he weighs 140~ hounds with| llome" - "~ "' ]having their difficulties in trying|avimble" :: teams i~ the scoring. Don Jack- points and Bob Ellison, who only| when the little Tigers appeai~ed[ Pat Stoneberuer at 5=-9 andweiuh[ Jan 30 - Sheoherdstown 6"30[to get their first victory Friday[ Starkey and Roman led the i son was high for the Tastee scored two points in the first| to tire somewhat and fell too far] ing 145 poun'ds.'Staubs is 5-6 and~ Away" - ' " / night they went down to defeat ~ scoring for Shepherdstown with Freeze boys with 15 points, while half, racked up 13. [ behind to catch up. ] Don Twyman 5-7. Other members[ Feb. 3 - Hedgesville 6:30 Homel for the fourth consecutive time ~ l l and 10 points respectiveI~, Arthur Doakes had 14. ' Shepherd's chances of making| The Lowery-coached Ferryians,[ of the squad are: Bobby Stuart! Feb. 9 - Frederick County Jr.[ as they came,out on the short| while Gallion and Munson l~(! In the opening game of the any headway in the first half who was playing before a packed| who is the tallest boy on the High 7:00 IIome [ end of a 60.52 Bi-State Confer- [ the Hancock attack with 16 ~(! night's action the Job Corps cage- were hurt by the loss of starter gymnasium in the preliminary at-[ squad at 6-1, but he is an 8th t Feb 10 - Hedgesville 6"30 Away| ence decision at ttan(,ock, Md la pomps. ] rs scored a 52-44 victory over Tom Dickman. [ tract[on to the Musselman - Harp| grader w~thout much experience. [ Feb. 12 - Loudoun County 7:00/lhgh. it was the hrst wctory at [ ~Ihe Itancock Jayvees also v0!on Merchant-Noland in a game that - ---------- - [ ers Ferry Varsity game, jumped Other 8th graders on the squad Home,the season for IIancock. [ ~h preliminary game, edging the 1 was well played, but was not as ! [ into a slim first period lead, but are: Ran Farris at 5-5; Mike Fox Feb. 18 - Charles Town Jr. High| The Cardinals trailed only by[ Cardinal Ja~vees by a 46-45 scot exciting as the other two gamesAtten~ Church Su1Rda~ [ by halftime had fallen behind by at 5-3; Jeff Mumaw at 5-3; Steve 2:00 llome [ a 9-7 margin at the end of the ~ ~ of the night since the score was " I a 20-18 margin, i Wilt, at 5 ft and Gerald Robin- Feb. 24 - St. Joe 6:30 Away first period and wound up with READ TIIE SPIRIT-ADVOCAT=E not really else after the first ~ i period. ! Eric McPhail led the Job Corps team in scoring with 16 points, while Cecil McQueen had 13. Complete $~ t~$ ot ::::::i::::i night, Dec. 11 at the Wayne Whitmore led the Mer- Ferry Job Center gymn- chant-Noland team in scoring and then the six teams with 12 points. up their basketball gear1 Christmas and New In the third and final game of 01idays and they will noti the night and teh one which real- ly was not decided until the )n again until Sunday, final whistle blew Custom Motors 11. before the Christmas break'sc red an exciting and thrilling 57-55 victory over the Harpers )wn High cagers, by Smith's News Stand Ferry Firemen. up their third consecu-A long shot which sailed thro- with a defeat and ugh the basket just as the gun undisputed possession place by downing the cagers 62-60 in the Seconds of play. game was the second one for the night and it~ to be a donneybrook from ! finish with a long shot Only 10 seconds of play re- sounded deqided the victory in favor of Custom Motors Allen Mahoney led the Custom Motor team in scoring with 17 points, while Rich Miller was second with 15 points.~ Jerry Mumaw and Dave Trail led the Harpers Ferry team with 14 and 13 points respectfully. I four consecutive victor- to stay within reach of a victory Shepherd College Ram until the final minutes of play run into difficulty when they lost their rebounding have dropped their last power in Dave Rogers and Paul games, all of them on the Johnson, both of whom fouled out of the game. But the real problem which first defeat came at the the Rams could not~ handle was the bigger and more Baltimore University the great scoring spree which ednesday night in Balti- Isaiah Wilson, 6-3 guard unleash- dd against them. Wilson poured a 112-91 score in a non- in 26 points in the first half to game. give the Marylaqders a big 52-39 did manage, however margin and one which the Rares m could not overcome. The Rams did give the Baltimore boys a much better battle in the second half, being outscored by only eight points 52-60, but without Rogers and Johnson to help them control the boards they did not have enough left in the home stretch. Wilson finished up with 19 field goals and 13 of 15 foul shots for a total of 51 points. Mike Greene who had the hot shooting hand for the Rams again, find wound up with 25 points for the game, did most of his scoring in the second half. In addition to being hurt by personal fouls, the Rams also had home heating a bad shooting night themselves, ~. I marking the first time this sea. son they had not been able to hit the century mark. The Rams hit on only 35 of 93 shots from the floor for a 38-percent mark. s. ~ Rogers and Johnson led the re- It bounding with 15 and 1O respect- } ~# ively. 725-75 1 0 Friday night the Rams journey ed to Wheeling in the Northern Town, W. Va. THEATRE RANSON, W. VA |4 ~1~. MOVIE INFORMATION 725-7201 Panhandle and once again per- sonal fouls and only fair shooting from the floor, hurt them and they went down to their second straight defeat with Wheeling showing a 92-87 margin in a West Virginia Conference battle. The Rams, who were down as much as 19 points about midway of the first half, battled back and had cut the lead to 49-38 by half Dec. 18-19~20 time. They then went on to out- score Wheeling in the second half 49-43, but too much damage had been done early. The Rams hit for five more field goals than did Wheeling, but they were tagged with 35 per sonal fouls and the Northern Pan handlers hit on 32 of 48 shots to 2 P. M. ONLY provide the margin of victory. Fiction Thrillers! All Monsters" at 7 & 10:20 p. m. X" at 8:45 p. m. Timex Watches 95 ,o$ C,~w~* '~ Assorted mens, ladies & children's watches, iii?!ii ::::::: Timex-designed & Timex engineered, iiii!!- Whitman Sampler thrOugh Saturday, December 20, 1969, R ights reserved to ~imit quantities, AH items in ed mo not be found in 1-LL 35 2-ML all stores. tax lIOg Select assortment! Unique index on lid helps you select pieces you want. Brock Chocolates 3-LL ~ Hm 4-LL Mlmoa Crenles, rJtamels & Nuts Milk o Dark Chocolate. 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