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:7 lti'tlitiitlitltttllt ilttili'lt'ltlttt It littltllttt i't tt 1 ,~-~--.~[.~o ~ -~ -~ ~.-~- ~. .i ~.=:, enz ,also had a fine night, dropp. I second .victory in four games forll SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ~ - i~l~:, ing in 17 points, and Paul John- it he Indians. t THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1967 . .'" :. ~ ,~ ~. '.~: ~:":; ':~'~'::" sOn had 16. It was the fourth con- i i The big thorn in the neck oft . .~;:'i?~, .*~:~'; ~ ~-- - :~'.l secutive win for the Panthers.i ,the Tigers in this battle was big f . t ~'~" - I~ i L~ "1~. rQ '-~'1 Mason led the Hedgesville at- [ Chris Johnson who not onl- ronJ or the three periods before he Vars,ty also scored a ed in 33 o~,~ ~,v u ~, * It :,~ ~. ' : i but wa r"P'~h ,n ,bp h,ra it, shortly after that big Gary Taul- Harpers Ferry Jajvees ~, ~~~ I ~ I ~ P1 U ~ tack with 18 poi~ts, while C~flett ~i +~ . ~.^ T~.~.~ I fouled out of ,the game Thenthe home fans by d ~,~(~. ~,~ : had 16 and Runkles 15. . - ' ".'+~.7 ~J~'.~.:. ~]'~'1 ton fouled out and the Tigers had liminary by a 51-26 sc ~~ ~.iF ~ .L ~! ~" Hedgesvitle, 2-2 on thte season, I w,+.h T ~ ~. ~,~t- ~.~ ~ I not only lost much of their off- ~- ~~~y~ ~ ~~,J ~ shot only 38.percent on ,the night, mg down a t,~m u,u ~,~~rt~ ~S iwhile Charles T wn lind a 45-per- The Ha er~ i ers ! lin an'd ~~'~:Y"~'Mun~m~" h~t~mg"~e i ~Si~rePn~.h but their reb und" IN CALIFORNIA ~;~ J~* *" ~ " cent mark. ' :~ !~::'i::'~';'~r~ In the preV.minary game the "" rP---" "rY~n}g" I nets for the Indians with greatl s ~ Communities as wel ran into a re(i-not sno~mg ouncni accurac-, the Mor~an coun~ins! Craven scored 13 of his 32 s of Indians at R,~I~v .~nrin~ I Y . ~ I . mrles nave meir ow~ uwbeaten Charles Town Jajvees -7 - ~-'"~=! came through a great 55-perl points .in the first quarter and of celebrating Christmi .~ / picked up their fourth consecu- ~ga ~ nOl. vvlaay n'.~nt ann I cent of their shots from .the floor.I added Cen more points in .the sec- In Joshua Tree ( ,~ ' " I : Jayvees 37-26. Jeff RtRah led the ~mmenaame exn~D~tion mere-I from the floor in .the first halfI tack Lee Ballenger, with 13 self a replica of l Merriest wishes and happiest ~' ~ #k ~." tire by dvwning the Hedgesville wn~.le r~ e ~~gers m.rne.a m avery [ The Tigers shot a 41-percent rate[ and period to pace the Tiger at- small community tra~ thoughts, for all our friends ~A~-~I~ ~ Panther Jayvees to victory with .selves, ~ney coumno~ ma~n ma~[ and kept close onto ~he heels of] points was the only other Tiger The story of the first "" holiday season. And bountiful ~ 12 poinCs, oI ,~ne morons anq they aroppea[ the Indians, but in the .secondI to hit in the double figures is re-enacted with the ~ .e an. ~-~ .~l-~}a~e ~omerence ae- I half they cooled off and were outI Berkeley Springs had " three serving as a giant stage, hanks,* -" thanks, to yotl, and you, 3you, and you. ~ The defeat was the second of/ Bill Craven, the section's lead-[ 25 and McLaughlin, with 10 to yotl, and ~~#! clslon ~o me molans. I scored 44-32. I men, Johnson, wRh 33, Willard i the season, for the Tigers as again I ing scorer, with a 28.5 average,L to hie in the double figures. s~ two victories, while it was the kept the Tigers in the ball gamen The Berkeley Springs Junior illl We Were F I R $ T With The !: ::: :i::: "~ ~ The Shepherdstown High Card- !: " - ': : : : Wie Our ~1~ inals seem to have found a way ~. ' ;i~!:!i;:::~ ~ to break a losing streak - just go i~;: : i to Hancock, Md High School. I Last year they broke a 16-game losing streak by beating Hancock and Friday night they broke a three-game streak by scoring a : .~i/ decisive 69-61 Bi-State Conference ~ic~ory o~er Hancock. ,~.'! The Cardinals also had their best shooting night of the season, " hitting on 4Dpercent of their : ::: Along With Our 4% Interest 0n Savings Accounts. ~. shots and had three players hit in ,~. the double figures for the first . ~ time thjs rseason Raughn Russell, who has been And you can be sure that we will continue to bring you the leading the Cardinal scoring this very best -- at all times in complete banking services in season, shoved in 15 of his 24 ~1~ points in the first half and played the major role in the Cardinals 1968 It's always a real pleasure for us to serve YOU keeping abreast of the Maryland. ers during the first two periods. ~. Larry Boyd, who scored 16 points on the niglvt, also helped to battle "~: ~* the Marylanders of a 35-35 ~half : '~. time tie. .~ ~ In the .~hird quarter Bill Jenk- ins and Holmes joined in ~he scor- ,~" ing along wti, th Raughn Russell :~ and the Cardinals managed to move ahead 54-51 in the third period. And once they picked up i " ' the scent of a victory they were ~ not to be stopped. They also out- ~ scored the Marylanders in the ii~: ~. final period 15-10. ~:i~. .:~. The fine rebounding of Raughn ~ " " " ' ~ and V, aughn Russell and Larry i::. !~" Boyd, also played a big role in .~ :~.- the Shepherdstown victory. The Friday night victory was a double one for the fans as the Cardinal Jayvees who had not . rhere's nothing like the telephone for communicating the spidt between two sectional rivals. [when the count stood at 17-15 and won a game this season either, With big 6-6 Larry Carr, not I even at halftime when the Eagles came home with a 46-43 truimph, of Christmas. And there's no time like now to start your holiday calling. The nice thing about telephon only leading l~h Panther rebound I trailed only 41-34. Gary Thomas and R~rt Mahon- . ey 'led the scoring for the Card. Ing is that it works both ways. Asyou give, so will you receive. After all, isn't that what Christmas realP/ But in the third period the e ing, bat chalking up his bestI Par~thers really broke the game real ~ayv es wl~ ~ pom. s eacn st , scoring effort of the season with i stands forl $o, while we re on the line, let us wish you and yours the merriest Christmas of all. 35 points, ~he Par~the~s moved in I oPen. with a 21-12 effort and from to an early lead and s,~yed in[then on it was just a matter of Warsaw- A dam burst, pouring ~ " front all the way. Carts 30 re.[bylmwmuchCAmrlesT wnw uld tons of water andmudover five ~.~ T L Pt/O 1 ~~~ ~Ild riley win. villag l! :m So~egtern Poland t ~' <~ ~:-,targeitlndependentTelephomr~ # The Charl~TT~ High Pan- b(r~:hl.thls game, ~fn,! C~rrS~,~i"poin~ of course was and killed 18 persOns, .erie govern. the most outstandirtg board job] tber c~ge~ .demonstrated Friday done by any Panther cage in I the game s high, wl~le John Lor- ment said today. l~ight at He~gt~wlRe ~ they ye~rs and this alone proved to be,' SPORTS NE' S & VIEWS Mtve the hedgh~,::the boei-d stren- the real net .that the Eagles got[ and the m~fenee to make R caught in. I l~augh on any team in the seat[on Lacking the heighth of the Pan I and area this season when they thers, the Eagles had to rely more I,(FROM PAGE l-B) soumlly trounced the Hedgesville on speed and good shooting ,to ] 'Number 19, that's Johnny, was thrown for losses nine High Ea~es 84-59 in wh?at had even stay as civse to the P~nthers [ times, more than the Colt line had allowed all season. been expected to be;a ctose basle as ~hey did in the first period [ That was the story of the game from where we were sitting before our TV screen The Rams wanted the game more and they showed it DOWN THE ROAD a few miles, it was ironic, really. On a day when Washington Redskin fans could bask in the glory of a crushing defeat by their hated rivals, the Colts, the lifeless Redskins blew it all. What a way for Sam Huff to end it all! You would have thought his teaz -mates would have risen to the occasion and gone out and won one for old number 70. Too bad he had to call it quits on an exhibition like the 'Skins' turned in Sunday Personally, I fully agree with Russ Ports of the p good old Winchester Star It made me sick I'LL TELL YOU ONE thing last Sunday's foo l auf menu brought out for me while I was sorta housed-up, not feeling too well and looking at TV until my eyes be- came blurred: Regardless of how great a quarterback our,ta l your term has, you need more. Unites and Jurgenson are klMw' are the greatest yet look what happened last Sun- day i f J. GREETINGS OF TH'E"SE'/k'SON continue to mTive, g. L the latest from our wg-time Huntington friend, former Senator Andrew R. ' nooks' Winters Basketball coach HOOVER'S I"1/ Bucky Waters, Director of Athletics, Robert N. 'Red' CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Brown, Roger Ruhl, the fine director of athletic publicity man and others that we've known down through the ',' ' years at WVU. Then there's an attractive Christmas edition of the Arizona Highways sent to us by our old % Shenandoah Junction buddy Tom Grove, who now makes his home in Tucson, Arizona Nice to hear from so many of our friends THE BLACK CREPE went up around 'Phil Porter- field's front door at 6:30 last Sunday evemng--while Blackie Davis went out walking and si aking and nod- ding to every one he passed, altho his beloved Washing- ton Redskins had just dropped their final one of LET'S HEAR IT out there for ,Coach Cume P itelti',s fine undefeated Charles Town Hig h School w estling team. And why not take in the next match and see for o yourself just what a fine team of wrestlers Gene has Out of our yesterdays come the Yuletide rounded up They'l tops == Sraditions of happy greetings and. cordial BILL BRILL says it's going to be a Mev Christm l itality. In this spirit, we extend to and a Hippy New Year out ,where he fives ! all our good #riends, a wondeHully ,wirm ONE OF OUR A6ENTS vows to us that Wheeling and truly old.fashioned "Merry ChriMma m Downs will definitely open on January Is q hat'$ what P'dm joining Santa arid his reindeer rite man said "" mdiag warmest wishes for a ioyous LOUDOUN COUNTY'S basketball Raiders upset paw- holiday, Vii:bin many blessings, erful Handley High 66-61 ahd knocked the Judges from Do hove o wondedul Christmasl the undefeated ranks. This should certainly make the OF YOUR RADIO STATIONS - Panthers' rating go up a point or two because ,George Zamberlan's cagers Walloped the Raiders in easy fashion P A U L E. M [ L L E R, Jr. 66-53 on the Virginian's home floor AUCTIONEER LEGALIZED thol oughbred flat racing in Pen syl. PHONE 876v3028 -- 725-2524 vania could bring in as much as $50-million annually. . That' what the overaor any way.