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be ~tef WbO t of ,n f $PIRrp 0F JEFFERSON rARMEaS ADVOCATE SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE SHURSDAYY, DECEMBER '2l, |959 NEWS ! Poor Shooting I/1E WS lt l PManthers Help o o BY M AX BROWN " oorefield To Win , .- Presented Trophy Friday night when they went. into James Morison chairman of the Hard count to tangle with the Legion's athletic' committee who [ Y. .Y ~. , , .. , ,. , . i Moozheld High Yellowjackets and ABOUT time for our kind wife to call us played a major roJe m arranging the result was their consecutive de tree is up and.trimmed, and lights around for the .banquet and who a!so was ~ feat i0n two times out, this time by ~ - ~a one-sided 62-39 scme. aor are all in place, gifts have been wral)ped / responslme Ior a zarge panner I ......... T1 e Yellowjacket.~ had a power greeting car~ have been mailed." . . . [accomplishments of that undefeat which decorated one of the wall ' a . ed 1959 Panther team. And in the of ~ne lounge ano wmcn proclaim ful shooting sting all the way s on /he back porch for the fireplace and Charles Town American Legion ed"We~ome! Charles Town High:they nette~i~ 24 {ield goals whi~e ~cnooi l"ogtball Champions p~e ,~ = have all arrived,'--how about coming' home lounge last Thursday evening an ..... ' - the Panthers were ~etting but 14. Ill ." T other big helping of verbal tribu- ented a large trophy to the foot- In cont,'~s~ t~ ~h- hn~ .... ~)~ e get ready fm Chzmtmas.., f L i ........ .......... . . . tes was bestowed upon t'he Pan- ball team c.n behalf o the eg on Yol}o iaeket" w rp otting f nrn _. " ....... ," ~" ther gridders as individuals a,nd as Coach Richard Harmlson recelo the floor, tl~e Pant'hers had a ter- rl~ , In His Stocking ~ team. red the trophy for the team and rible night at shooting, making YOUNG pId[[[, l)~tl~Tl~.~I~l~T.I'l TIT 1~1~ ;n This time it was Jackson-Perks then revmwed the pas~ season on only 14 goals in 54 attempts. ), .... "" ............... ' ~'" ............ Post American Legion who was ~ne grmu'on, tn ms remarks ne.sta Coach Johnny Paugh's Yellow- '~g ~lll (r ~eo it was nalo to oe~ermme wna~ "lstmas morning, he will find amon.. 1-111113.- :loing the honors, and coming in ". ' ..... jackets moved into a 10-3 first er nres,~--*- _ ,;.].^, ,.. +~... ~_~,; ..... ~..~,.. go help add color to the ,occasion ma~es.a, wipnlng ~eam, our ne oe period lead and were never head ,1. '~, ~"~' ~ ra~e~ tu ~.~ a~a~m~me ~,~,.~--- and to have leading parts in the !~evea .ms tuau ream s succes~nao ed. Although the host team kept ti oeen due ~o several ~nlngs .~'llSL ~ nl h s lants championship professional football dinner program were George Hill .......... "__ "" ' zide 'ng t e margin in the see- 1 ' s and P C 1 ne salcl ~ne nne coaching lOP hone . . da 1 " ' ~ of st. Jame, Md., rank o . . ond and third periods, the Pan- Y n Balhmore. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. ~f ~ ..... .,. u~ two for by his assistant Ron,me Phflhps. thers m--~=-a t. u~n= ~nt. t),. rterfle (r s s was one factor He said Phillips o- , ld, long-time Colt fans here. were among, [mer gridiro,n star. of the pa. t. . -; ..... - .: .... * ~ame unti.1 t'he final period when ltl 12 ~ ct f h tics at St naa ime remuons wire me play ,~ cky persons to obtain two tickets to tl,e bid. [ Hi di'e' or o at le " . . . ..... ": Moorefield really broke thin,s h,._ -' ~, T....~: ^..~ ...... ~ a former ers ana ne Ease mem WOFK and ,.,~.~ ..... . g Phil had his heart set on attendm~ the [eo--h a" Charles Town Hi-h produce Secondly Coach Haem~- --" h .... im .................. s his son stud the ability of the playels _ parents but hckets were scarce and very ]School, first recalled his playing . . . . "~ were ahead 23-14 and led 39-25 o ana eoaenes ~o cooperate ploveo get.. But as is generally the case, old Santa [days at West Virginia University ..... ' ._ . , ," at the t hird-qaarter post. early h}...... v ,~,~ ,~,~+ ..... +;,~,~ +,~ a{o,,~,,~-,,+ [where he starred on the gridiron mos~ valuable ]n.me.,~eam s he- Yankey led the Moorefield team ;ste: 2_" .... =?% a,u ......... .~-~ ~,, ~-o,~l~v,,.~,,~ land t'hen his coaching career at [compiisnrnen~s. lne Ln]ro major to victory with 14 points while ,,. ~, manaffect t;o come up Wl~I2 a l;tCKet Wtl~Cl~ /O~orles T-wn Hi=h School It was !IacL0r in me unoeIea~ea season u=,=e,~r, ..... ~oa ~o o,,,~'~sh-,. ~ Ilrld D was the lall;n wnlcn one piayels safely tucked away m Christ, ms during the years of 1938-39-40i "., . . ~, "" 10. You lucky bov! ! ! /that Hill coached some of the iha" m their coaches, ria" lson For Charles T.~wn only Bobby $ .j. ~ .,. ~ ...... ,~ t strongest Panther football and [sam. . Spinks $ould hit in the double fig S n~ ....... " "" "" /track teams in the history of the ] Coach Ha rmis(~n lntroduceo ev- ures, registering a total of 11. ,~ zreat For WV Fans /~chool. l ery member of his first string of- The boxscore: ~A Real Fun Of Game fensive and defensive teams and . NS WILL get a real red-ribbon Christmas : ............ [ ......... Charles Town FG F Pt~. ~,~Ri~ ]l~zJ .~ -- . ~ ~o ~ , I 1"t111 eompnmentea me luou praised each Ooy Ior mmr s'plen- . , a.- y)may m a neauy packages nau nour ~aff~'ea Charles Town football team on did spirit and fine cooperation on SpmKs, f ; ........... 3 5-6 11 ~lghlights of 1959.".. The filmed show will /!t's outstanding record-and on [and off of the field of play. Conman, ~ .......... ~ ~-~ ] le regular fi,~h~ u~ 1~'00 n m EST on the NBC being able to carry out instruct- W. Gordon Eismon, principal of :~smon. c .......... . -^. . ~, ....... v.... tons of the coaches. He said block Charles Town High and recently ~"rye, g .............. 2 l-Z~ , , ing and tackling is the real fun ,named executive secretary of the ~utns, g ............ . u-~ -'1= ~;= -',= ~ * of the game ,of football. There are West Virginia Secondary Schools ~uren .............. ~ ~)-~ greatest Jerr'" West lots of t~hings to be learned on the Activities Commission joined in tgaen . .............. .o ,,-u u '~.--- -- Y " " " , football field he said some good [praise of the Charles Town Leg- Fleming ............ ~ u-u z ) ~-OLD lad with a pair of black eyes ar, ct a -and some bad There are things ion for its support of the coaches r.ari~ ............... ~ u-u u ~se played Santa Claus this Christmas for th,;us~ l~you can learn "an a football field and team throuffh the years and Brown .............. ; ~-~ West "V;.~;..:- ~T..;...... ;+,, ~-~b~ll fans ~ ]]e's , that are more valuable than win- [ for its part in making it. possible wuson .............. - lean ~_ ,,~,j:,~.w,,;v=;~,;.s.,-~;-~ ,, . . ~. , ~.~ I ning the game Hill declared. I for the school to hold it~ pre-sea ..... _ . perry west wno leo ~ne ZVlOuntalneers ,)ast I ^, .... ~.......'~...~ ,.e ............ ] son grid training camp which he Wol;als .......... 1'~ ll-zz ~u Kentucky and on to wm the Lentucky In- I ~,,,~ o] ....... t~,, ~ ........ ~ i,, an,, ] stressed was an important part of Moorefield FG F Pts. at Lexington last Saturday night... I sl~rts"t)ecause ;y doting"~ a"goo~llt~e athletic progr~,m set~ up by Ben senhaver, f ...... 6 0-4 12 " g- ~,- -'- " ~- ".k job now it means a better position riarmison. . ..... ~'lsner. ~ ............ ~ u-i.~ I T~ ~,~ .... ~ .... "" - " , ...... [in life a,nd a better life later Hill [ He also poinuea ou~ ;me ~ests ~va.ns, c ............ a ~-~ 17 ...,r, ~'~w lush ulanls meet tile tialllnlore [stated ' I speaker was one of me "xnree YanKey, g ........... o ,t-oJ.,e I.t,~'~,......, ....... ,. e / ....... ... . o _ t Famous Hills" w:ho starred in ath Tooey, g ............ 2 4-6 8 ~lmore on ~un~ay, it w m ae a versmn, o~ / T~ew~}.ng~ss ~o worK. a .ooo. [leties at West Virginia University. Vance .............. 1 0-0 2 uoers eri his tne DUll inIo ar~i~ucte mwaros cooperarmn ano . . _. wnen (;halley t;on Y P [ ......... ' - [He recalled that ~Harry, Phil a,nd Cntes ............... 1 0-0 2 ' , The Colts this season intercepted 40 passe~, [ a spu?~ m o..~spiaymg cman spor~s- I George Hill had been.outstanding .... mansnlp Will Print great rewards 7 a_ any other team in the league, but they will fin the future Hill concluded [athletes. . ' _ ~... _ Totals C.' '~'.'-.'.'^'&' 24 14-2 62 4.g a--'--- - ,_ ,_ __,_.___-w- -asses i ~nlilips alSO 5p0K~ Drlelly prals mco v oy quarvez~: !k.:. amst a t oneny wno pouce o Y " / Frank Colley, sports editor and find the Legion for ii;s suDport, the Charles Town 3 14 25---39 he beat Sammy Baugh's record for fewest /columnist for the Hagerstown players for their devoted work Moorefietd 10 23 39--62 aS, Only f,mr-f his 194 nasses were ' hflen [morning Herald, for years a well|and to the sportswriters for tlae Officials: Clark and Fox. ~'~ ~,,~ ", ~ "Z ::'.~-: ~,: .... ~,'.~'.. ~-- ' ~-;" /know,n sports figure in this area, ~publicity given~the team , ~ --, , ii ~'(' aoys ana g~rls tl~at~ n~tung me mm~ / i:emihisced lightly on his days .of I Max Brown general raalaltger of I~_ __ _ 11~|,,2.-- A 7" u you please... [playing football and late," his of-[the Spirit of' Jefferson-Advocate rilnp JSCK$Ufl Pron$ $ ".l~ ~r- ,: , *" [ fieiating. He also handed the Pan served as toastmaster for the pro ~ ) '(~]~/1~, llrYr I IA~gl'O#'~xr ..,1.^ *~.,.~ ........ gin,, ] ther gndmen a Challenge to con- [ gram and introduced the speakers. ~ =F t~ i0 "'~ v~t~ ..... a~u~ wnu ~,~,, ,~,, ......... !tinUe to excell in wnat they COl Also introduced were: Charles ||l~n~r |A ~kl~ln~n as manager of the Whitmore Lumber Company i just as they.had done this past [ Clendening, past Post Cummin- ~t~k,||~i~| |V ~ll~ln|~uIIm| , former ,r~m,o~ of Charles Town High School, t season on the grioiron, rte pra~s- [ der' James Stride,r Paul Ranalli, -. ......... ~)fl)5.n ~,.."'~"~':. ...... ,~,~ ~ ~^.. "~ ~ led their efforts aria accomplish-~Jose,~h Ce-elka l=toy Kisner and *me t-age JacKson tngn bpar- ,, ,:-u on those nne teams o~ ~u~a-o~-a, cua('aeo meats and warned them not to l Mori~,,,~ members of the Legion's tans ran into a tall and s~harp- 11... Glad to have you back with us, (~-~lle. rest on past laurels. [executive committee" Howard Se- shooting unbeaten Spm arn High . ~" , , .. $ * Wilbur Bond, Commander of lehrtst, Woody Waiters, Neal Am- cage team of Washington, D: c. ktkST,o ............... m ............ .1 .._ I the Legion Post presided for the I brose, Morison and Leeds K. Riely ~n.fmsmg me c.uf~mn .on mmr ],~,. ~ ~owL~ o~ thanes sown womtu up l informal program which followed lthe Legion's athletic committee; lua~-~ seaso.n .~'rmay mgn~ and 'pu of the Evenine Star League in Winehesler the roast beef dinner with all the land William (Pap) Jackson, Corn even. me ~ac~,.me bpar~ans were o + playing on meir nome ~zoor man !lace. ~,,o+ ,) ...... h"ck of the winners ,he I trimmings served by the Legion lmander of 10th Legion District. . ....... .1~, __ j,~ ~ ~;a,,,~ oa , ~-,,--'"~--- '--'^--'-~ ~ Ra--~--n'~ Ma"or Kelle,, Lance seem ~o neip matters any as mey tlemen Last Frlda night, the locals took ff r suffered a 77 52 setback !# ,, Y [ Bond extended a welcome to the [ Jr., Superintendent of Je e son- . .. .. .. a' nree games fro rathe Polly's Cab bow!vrs, / football team and special guests I County Schools T. A. Lowery; Rob Logan, a gods ou s}ae snoo mg : ,t eckv Allara havin the high ame 0f 115 [and t'hen called upon Joseph Cep-|ert Scrivener, S'ports Editor of the gualrd, led the w. asmng on team ~ " ~" ~" ~" s rn l Don Rent t.o me vlcl;ory wll;n 18 points on , 's fiw / elks, a member of the Legion Po. t [ Martinsburg Jou a, - ..... . ..... '_ . "=' " " . [executive committee who pronoun [ ch of the Spi~rit of Jefferson-Ad- m~e..Imia goals. ~gan nelpea ~o lies H* ......................... : ...... A Iced the i,nvocation. I vocate were also introduced. PnU~t1~nebv]~*grSaeU~n~ln~~a~lfe~r~Ye [~.~_ . ul~IlSN IYlAIOI)INA ano I_/1CK _r'laYIIllt5Oll , ..... [ they were leading the. Spartans rcion Eismon discussed at some length oelore / 42-20. p IIII Charhe Branson one of Page " anther basketball game here Tue (lay l llallUl y Illyli IlallU , , ,s ble date which would work into the foot- ~=.. | ~ le I~ IP | J::::'nSs:~i~2:l s:t~rs;of..n:l~S; ,e'of both schools next fall. While they did /llan rcmmrnt an r.TiV u TeaT "team made a gallant effort to Ve mmmmmu t@vmm M at anv exact date, it is known that both / keep'his team in tile ball game by Wr,, ,_ .... the football ! rolling in 17 points but Page Jack ~, ".@ .' J ~IU~{=) L(91 g'~ULlIlg LO~UU[I~I UII m ' :z~tll. / The Handley High School Var-IPoint in the extra point, while son d}.dn't have ,the necessary re- ~ , , , , , /sity and Jayvees teams rolled into I W~chester_ was_getting, six- ....t)~n~r~nagrS~re~leg~tnin 34 field goals ~ COOPER, former football.star at Chacle$ /Chasr~eSy Tn:h~ Hi~hhagnY~e~a~u~h!~ea~n:e~i~:n~2~yl~ae~i~le'~o'l~e as;~a~itsltrfe'r Page Jackson. i,,el ool i's giving serious eonsidera(ion to join- I the little and big Panthers teamst r .... ~ .... ame Coach Spingarn FG F Pts. ~n U,.~^ o..__,_ ~.._ o.._.... ' ~stunning defeats the little Jua- ~.~'., ~, ........ ?. ~. .... ": Bussey f " 1 4-4 6 . .,,:~ dam s .~lr ~urpS~ . . ' ~^- wi"-in~ b-" 'a 35 29" d^~-ision m~AicK tlarmison's t'anmers lea de- ~,,~ ; ............ ~ n o a ~'. 111 * ' * * * ] ~nv~ .n u~vort.i~n~ h~t.tl, n~'d t.h~ ]hind early in the first period and ~'~ ........ : ;';'' ~~-~" W --. ............. ............... ~ev, ~ ... - i -~S QUITE A INICE program at the Tuesday /Varsity Judges romping to an never once could come up with . '. "'".'.'.'.'.'.'" 3 7.:, 7, , ~ ..... [easy 67 4,3 decision enough scoring punch to give the Wilkms, g ... ; 0 ~ 18 ~ ,~t~ly at Charles Town High School. ~;rtth~ In t'he first game" of the even- Judges any real. trouble. ~ .... ~eg~onn g ....... :':"1 O:O 2 I aue co ches re~ell~ kn which roved to be the mo ~ tianamy movea into a wine z,-o . ., ........... ~ ^ ^ ,, ~ nt bod , teachers and a p ~ [ g p r ............. l~inKie ..... ' . . a u-u o "'' Y ' i f th two he Pnther nrs~ perma leas on me s~rengLn Y "" ~d exclt ngo e t a 3 2 3 8 II~ spacious o, ymnasmm, Coaches Harmtson m - .......................... re-foul Wade .......... ..... " - :v~, ~A ~_. , ~. , _ :,~ ...... ~. .... e ! Jayvees s~agea a fine seconct nag u[ ~yv~t z~ezu ~u~}~ ~ ~ ~ ~Dade 1 0-0 2 )) .., u rrlnclpal ~]smon agony w~tn memuer~ u~ ! ralW to knot the count at 29-29 sno~s, m mis period me t-anmers .., " ........ ."" "'' o . , " ~ P ~ ~ hit from the floor only once that J~zng o u t o ~-~ Itlre 2-R (Turn ~o Page Z-B) ]but then failed to score a single ' .... r m ,tart= Frazier ........ : ...... 2 2=2 6 I,~ ~~ one sn,o~ coming ~ o ' Y ~" " ...... "" ..... " " 0 2 ~4 ~ Burns ~ uavls . ... ........... Itu- : ~~~'~'~"~'~ ~~'~~~~ In t'he second period, the Pan-!Roebuck ............ 0--0 2 , . " thers played the Judges on an _,, -~ r * . /t , even b~sis from the floor but fell.. 'z'o~als .. ........ r"" $ 34 9--' "" "" -'~ "'" " ' h m t rage Jaemson ru r ". farther behind by ~tissmg t e a ........... the foul line ~IQrlCK I .......... U o-o o ,, .. Iz~ the second half after lead- Braxton. f ......... : 13 5313 9 ~alley c Ir]r I~ ~# ~11 I~ I~ q) ('~ ing 29-17, the Judges added toI -- ............ ~ 2 . .. : "| rL' ~ I |i I ll 12) / ffi a x , their lead in both the third and: Chas, t~ranson, g .... ~ o-v ,~ ' m ~ ~ ~' ' f('nl)*fh ,~,.i.,~ Clar.~ranson, g .... a x-z .v~..~.~ t.,,.-*,,J,,.,~o. ~,, 1 ~ rt 2 h rs d ~arr ..... t u-u ............... Once adam the Pant e~ ha ... -- " ^" 4 ro fln hl ~gevenson ~.u t - , t uble "ding the basket~ "tting : ~. . .........~ ,,-,, . ,,!.,,1 _ on only 15 shots while Handley ~larl~ .............. u u-u / ~LIIU ill uozmr u s ~ .... ~ .......... was collecting 24 field goals. The .............. " Jerry West Bled )m The Nose, IShepherdstown To BulKentucky B! r0m The Ite )Play Host Dec 30 As Mountaineers Win Rich Tourney To St. Joseph s l ited until January 5 when a big game on tap during the period between Christmas and New Year'es as the Shepherdstown High Cardinals will be playing host to the St. Joseph's Catholic High caters of Martinsburg Wed nesday evening, Dec. 30. There will also be a Cumber- land Valley Athletic League bat- tle taking place in Hagerstow~, M~i. with the South Hagerstown High Rebels playing hosts to the Allegany High Campers of Cum- berland. This will be it as far as activity in this section is concerned, but it will not be all the basketball sectional fans will have as hun- dreds of them will have their eyes glued to Martinsbmg radio stat- ion WEPM to follow the efforts of the Wes~ Virginia Mountain- eers in their battle~ in the Los Angeles Classic in Los Angeles, Calif., on December 28, 29 and 30. West Virginia will meet Stan- ford in the opehing game of tour ney play at 3:30 West Coast time and 6:30 EST. On Saturday night Jan 2 the Williams~ort ~Md.~ High Billpor- ters will be playing host to St. Maria Goretti and then on Mon- JF.~RY WEST day night. Jan. 4, the Martinsburg High Bulldogs will travel to Cam Jerry West bled from the nose ious night. 87-86, after holding a berland, Md. to be the guests of b~t Kentucky bled from t'he heart 20 point lead. West got 25 pgints the Fort Hill High Sentinels. as the West Virgi,nia Mountain-l in the first half as the Mountain Tuesday evening the full-scale eers took the richly rewarding eers built up their lead, finished action will be resumed. tournament away from the Wild-[withNow37.they enter the Los Angeles Le h. u. cats for the second time in three I Pvt years and looked to Christmaslclassic next Monday with the pus with an undefeated season s re- [ sibility of a showdow,n against Cal c01d g At F ". ifornia, which, beat them by a Trainin 0rt Knox Kentucky has lost seven games point in the 1959 NCAA champ- at home in hlae last 16 years-and / ionship game. Both teams are cur- the Mountaineers have done it rently undefeated and rank a- Fort Knox, Ky. (AHTNC)-Army three twice in three tries. They I mong the nation's top four teams. Pvt. Leo D. Ashbaugh, son of Mr. were convi;acing, too, building They are paired in opposite brac- and Mrs. Harry J. AshbauglL Rt, near 20 point leads both times, kets and could not meet before 2, Harpers Ferry is receiving eight West broke fits nose from a the tournament finals Wednesday. weeks of advanced individual ar- stray elbow in the first half and West Virgi,nia plays Stanford in rnor training at Fort Knox, Ky. felt three more blows on the same I the first round, Monday at 6:30 | The training is scheduled to be spot, but he gave an increasingly lEastern time. The winner ~eets tcmpleted Dec. 18. Ashbaugh is receiving experien greater performance, scoring 191the UCLA-Michigan winner, Toes ce 'in driving the Army's medium of his 33 points in the second half ] day at 12 midnight Eastern time I tank and is becoming proficient in He assisted six field goals. The and the finals will be Wednesday ~ firing 6-~. kangaroo pulled down 18 re- I at t~ s~jn~ ~'ne, a half hour earl ~ chine gtmsthe .30andandthe.5090calibermilllmcterma- b6(inds; ,.no other teammate got]ler than o~elglnally scheduled. |tank gun. more tllan five. ' Statistics after eight games Jerry held All-American candid[show West with a 27.4 point scot ~ The 18-year-old soldier entered the Army last August and received ate Billy Lickert to iour points ting average and perce,ntages .of basic combat training at Fort Ben and caused 'hlm to foul out, guard ] 54.5 for field goals and 73.9 for ning, Ga. ing Jerry, in just 18 minutes play free t.hrows. Jim Warren is the ing time. [club's top marksman with 55.1 DECORA'rlVE PILLOWS The other hero of West Virgin- percent on fielders and 94.1 on ia's victory was Lee Patrone, hus fouls. The runnerup scorers are For Christmas, give decorative ky junior guard who drove throu- Warren, 14.3 points per game and pillows to u~;e everywhere mclud- gh the defense numerous times'Patrone, 13,1. ing the kitchen bench. and scored 21 points. Coach Adol As a team the Mountaineers ph Rupp told him: "Son, you are hitting 48 percent of their Pittsburgh. After spending the broke old Uncle Adolph's back to shots and 91.5 points per game. night at the Greater Pittsburgh ,.night. You are a terrH~c competi- The players will re~urn to Mor- Airport Hotel they will fly TWA's for and an asset to basketball." gantown.on Christmas Day, prac- 707 jet to Los Angeles, leaving at The Mountaineers had ~beaten tice at 4 p. m. and hold their 8:45 a. m. EST and arriving at sixth-ranked 'St. Louis the prey- Christmas party before going to]11:40 a. m. PST. < . .~ :-?. - , f ~ ~:~_ ' .... . ,~!/:.,.,. ,~ i~ :~ ' .... :~?':i~i: .~!~i!:?::ih ::i~; ~ ! ": .... '" ' ~) ...... , -.~,?::: ~:~.. ~::.% We wish you joy at Christmas. May its true deep meaning ,Panthers also came off second at Grantham ..........0 0-0 0 ;he foul line, hitting only 13 times Clinton ............ ~ 0 0-0 0 in 28 attempts, while Winchester hit 19 times in 28 tries. Four Handley players hit in the NEW YEAR l rom All the Force At I(}ND W. BREEDEN SR. i ItT RUDACILLE ' ][ 8 SLONAKER ALMA BARNES BEATRICE SEALOCK JAMES BREEDEN ROBERT BURAcKER double,scoring figures, with Ham bleton's 18 being high, while New lin and Aman each had 15. Spinks and Burns led the Pan ther scori,ng with 11 each. The boxscores: (Jayvee Game) Charles Town FG F Pts. Laily, f ............. 3 0-0 6 Specht, f ............ 0 0-1 0 ~oper, f ............ 6 0-0 12 Drish, c ............ 0 0-0 0 Jones, g ............ 2 1-1 5 Ebersole, g .......... 2 0-0 4 ~allenger, g ........ 0 2-3 2 Totals .......... 13 3-5 29 Winchester FG F Pts. Good, f ............ 1 0-0 2 %Vilkins, f .......... 0 0-0 0 ~'Isher, f ............ 1 0-I 2 Bauserman, c ........ 2 I-3 5 1:titter, g ............ 0 0-0 0 :Harper, g .......... 5 1-4 11 Turn To 2-B Totals ........... 16.20-32.52 ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY READ THE CLASSIFIEDS Now lhru feb. 22 POST TIME 1 P.M.E.S.T. m 9 Roce~ Completed by 4:30 p.m. , ADMISSION : Heated Club House $1.00 Grandstand 50c Catered By H. M. Stevens 9 RACES DAILY HI light your way to peace and contentment. With faith as your guide, with love in your heart may you be richly blessed throughout the coming year. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS MEMORIAL POST NO. 3522 Charles Town, W. Vs. "A GOOD POST TO BELONG TO - JOIN TODAY" !