The Cumberland News from Cumberland, Maryland on March 14, 1969 · Page 15
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The Cumberland News from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 15

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, March 14, 1969
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1-The Cumberland HRWS IPfc · JL " ' · · · · · . 1»-The Cumberland Petersburg High Advances To Region · ~ ~ · ··· · K m - . . ' - ^i^ M arc i, ^ T969 Drone Wins Over King Of The Race In Florida Race HALLANDALE, Fla. (UPI)-- Drone, an undefeated Kentucky I Derby candidate owned by the Claiborne Farm, overcame a bad start at Gulfstream Park Thursday but went on to win-his fourth straight race by four and one-half lengths. Drone, with Jorge Velasquez ur, zoomed to a commanding six-length lead shortly after entering the stretch and easily scored over King Of The Castle as Velasquez kept the gray colt about his business with light taps of the whip. Drone never has been threa- tened in his four races but he never has started in a stakes race. He is expected to run in the $15,000 added Fountain of Youth Stakes next Wednesday ui preparation for the $100,000 added Florida Derby on March 29. Irish Course CODS Pimlico Feature BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) Helmore Farm's Irish Course, an unbeaten 3-year-old filly, posted her fourth victory Thursday with a three-quarter length decision in the six- furlong feature at Pimlico. Going postward against male rivals'for the first time, Irish Course took the lead at s the start. and stayed in front the rest of the way despite a ihallenge from Deadly Weapon. Jockey John Giovanni had to use his whip at the sixteenth pole when Deadly Weapon closed to within a half-length, nit Irish Course increased her ead in the wire dash to finish the trip in 1:12 and post a payoff of $3.40, $2.60 and $2.20. Deadly Weapon returned $3.60 and $2.40 and Full Steam Ahead, another 2 1-2 lengths back, paid $2.60 in show money. Vikings Defeat Webster Springs By Score 60-54 Cop 16th Straight; Play Chas. Town-RW Winner Saturday Turquoise has been used by Southwestern Indians for centu- ries to make jewelry The next best thing to a new can a used car with a 100% guarantee. Every.majpr working part* is guaranteed 100% for 30 days or 1000 miles. Whichever comes first. So if during that time anyihTng goes wrong with any of these paris, we'll re- pair or'replace if free. ^ut just because we're an authorized VW dealer, don't think we're only talking about used VWs. We inspect ,-· and guarantee every make on our lot. For instance: engine · transmission · rearaxlo-* front axfa assemblies btalte system · electrical system '68 VW Sedan, Light Blue, RH $1895 '68 VW Karmann Ghia, Red, Auto. RH $2495 '65 VW Sedan, Green, RH, Snow Tires ....... $1295 '65 VW Karmann Ghia, Cpe. r R H , Snow Tires .. $1595 '65 VW Sedan, Panama Beige, RH, Snow Tires . $1395 '65 VW Sedan, Ftmtana Grey, RH, Snow Tires . $1395 '84 VW Squareback Sed., RH $1395 Your Authorized Volkswagen Dealer For The Tri-Stare Area CUMBERLAND VALLEY VOLKSWAGEN, Inc. MOTOR CITY ROUTE 36 PHONE 724-6310 AUDTEHA0LRE ' RZED Open Daily 9 to 9 - Sat. til 5 Petersburg High School's Vik- ings extended their winning streak to 16 games by defeating Webster Springs High Schoo] Thursday night at Buckhannon High -School by the score of 60- 54 and advanced to the finals of the West Virginia Class AA Re- gion 2 tournament on Saturday, The victory was the 20th win in 23 outings for Coach Carroll Michael's Grant countians who have gone undefeated since January 3. Webster Springs held the lead briefly at 4-3 but a field goal by Craig Redman put the Vik- ings ahead to stay. The quarter scores were 14-10, 36-27 and 48-42. John Veach led the three Petersburg players in double figures with 17 points, which included a 9-for-ll performance at the free throw Jine by the Potomac Valley Conference foul shooting champion. Denny Lay- ton contributed 13 points and Redman collected an even dozen tallies. Webster Springs, which came into the regional tourney with a 10-9 record, was sparked by Davis, who slammed in 16 points while Raymond Cutlip had 11 tallies for the Webster countians. Petersburg played a strong defensive game in limiting the opposition td 22 goals while the Vikings collected 19. The Vik- ings actually won the game at the charity stripe where they meshed 22 of 32 shots for a 688 average. Webster S p r i n g s hooped 12 of 21 free throws. Charles Town and Roosevelt- Wilson of Clarksburg clash in the other semi-final round game tonight at 7:3:0 o'clock and the Victor plays Petersburg Satur- day at 7:30 for the champion- ship and a berth in the state tourney at Huntington n e x t week. The winner at Buckbaanon plays the Region 4 winner in the first round at Huntington Thursday, March 20 at 9:15 p.m. Teams in the Region 4 event at Milton are. Ceredo- Kenova (19-3), Matewan (194), Seth Sherman (18-5) and Fay- etteville (19-3). Box: Peiertburc £, Channel { J, Mobr f C. Redman c J. Veach g D. Layton g T. ScbatKer T. 'Brown TOTALS Webster Sirs. Ratlitte f Wills f Jordan c Cutlip g Davis g Cooper Anderson Williams .. .. TOTALS Score by periods: · PETERSBURG . . WEBSTER SPGS. . . Officials-McNeill G 4 1 4 4 5 1 0 19 G 4 3 2 3 6 2 1 0 21 F 0- 0 6- 8 4- 7 9-11 3- 5 0- 1 0- 0 22-32 F 0- 2 3- 6 0- 0 5- 8 4- 5 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 12-21 PF T 4 8 4 8 12 17 33 2 1 2 0 15 PF 3 4 3 5 1 4 0 1 21 .... H 36 .... 10 27 C'ossard. 48 60 Canoe, Kayak Races Planned For Savage River Saturday Events Also Set For Wills Creek Sunday At 10 a. m. Final arrangements have been completed for the first annual Western Maryland Canoe and Kayak championship races whichc will be held on Saturday, March 15, on the Savage River at Bloomington, Md. The race, for expert packllers only, will cover 3V4 miles of some of the most challenging white water in the east. Starting time will be at n a. m. This is made possible through the cooperation of the Luke Mill of Westvaco, the Up- per Potomac River Commission, The Army Corps of Engineers, and The Appalachian River Runners, a- local canoeing group. If water conditions permit, there will also be a series of canoe and kayak races on Wills Creek on Sunday, March 16, in the vicinity of Hyndman, Pa., commencing at 10 a. m. Expert races will be run in the morning fr,om the Hyndman Fireman's Club to Hyndman, with races for intermediate pad- dlers to be run in the afternoon from Hyndman to Cook's Mill. The public is invited to view all of these races. The citizen's band radio club of Keyser, W. Va., is assisting' w i t h communications a n d rescue. Co-chairmen Joe SUmahan- and Phil Allender have received registrations from top canoeists and kayakists from Pennsylvan- ia, Maryland, Virginia, Wash- ington, D. C., West Virginia. Massachusetts and New Jersey. Kentucky Upset MADISON, Wis. (UPI)--The underrated Marqucttc Warriors, with George Thompson scoring 21 points, upset (lie fifth ranked Kentucky Wildcats 81-74 Thurs- day night in the opener of the Mideast Regional of the" NCAA basketball championship tour- ney. Bosox Get Newman : PALM S P R I N G S , Calif. (UPI)--Fred Newman, former pitching standout for the California Angels who has been bothered by arm trouble for several seasons, Thursday was sent to the Boston Red Sox for an undisclosed amount of cash and a player to be named later. Newman was on the Angels» El Paso, Tex., minor leaguo f a r m club's roster. IWilson Pugh Go. ] STANLEY ! TOOLS Sinco 1893 Phone 722-5740 Light. Quick. Casual. But with a spirit that is dauntless. This is the Essential Jacket. The one to have whether you're taking a walk, tossing a iow, or heading up to winterize your mountain cabin. Birds Assign Four To Rochester Farm MIAMI (UPI)--The Baltimore Orioles made their first squad cut of the spring Thursday by assigning four players to their Rochester farm club. They were catcher John Burrows, pitcher Tim Sommer and infielder Chico .Fernandez, none of whom was on their major league roster, and catcher John Dates. . Weather Jackef ° f «"""«alic washable A Dacron* polyester/35% combed cotton poplin. Durably shower repellent, with English extension collar, double-plenled back yoke waterproof revere welt pocketi, inside cigarette pocket. Cuffed,' luxurioujly lined raglgn sleeves are adjustable Ice Blue Natural Yellow Ice Gold · Sea Spray · Bone New Blue ^ · Navy* · White In Downtown Cumberland ONLY THE LOCATION WILL CHANGE OLD EXPORT BEER is available and will continue to be brewed in Cumberland THE QUEEN CITY BREWING COMPANY, CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND BREWED LOCALLY BY UNITED BREWERY WORKERS, LOCAL NO. 265

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