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10 WINCHESTER EVENING STAR Friday, January 26, 1973 DUCK PIN Team games of 435,436 and 468 gave Lamar Sloan Ford a 1339 series as they won 3-0 over Pinettes in the Tuesday Housewife League on the Health Center Lanes. Pacing the winners was Glenda Cole with 144388. In other encounters, Holiday Inn-East won 3-0 over Farmers & Merchants National Bank; Miss Joan's Dance & Art Studio 3-0 over Triangle Texaco; Allegheny Freight Lines 3-0 over HubCaps; Dr. James' Health Club 2-1 over Dumb Ducks and Goode & Johnson Insurance 2-1 over Sleepers. Best individually were Val Morgan's 149; Darlene Johnson's 144; Marine Miller's 133 and Virginia Schuller's 133. In the Thursday Housewife loop, Pinettes won 3-0 over Kracker Jax, Bowlerettes 2-1 over Earl's Esso; Team No. 8, 2-1 over Cellerettes and Road Runners 3-0 over B & M Market. Mary Coffelt's 134 was high individually. Ladies Commercial League action saw Franklin Auto Service win 2-1 over Perry Engineering; Anderson Meat Market 2-1 over Rudy's Garage; Webbtown Market 3-0 over Town & Country Beauty Salon; Valley Pike Tire & Battery 2-1 over Valley Cycle Center; TAB 3-0 over Model T's; and Winchester Beauty & Barber Supply 3-0 over GAA. Individually, Marie Longerbeam had 130; Leona Buckner 146; and Mary Doherty 142. Duckpinning in the Evening Star Ladies League, No Names won 2-1 over Team No. 8; Coca 2-1 over Shenandoah Pride; Taylor's Exxon 2-1 over Diet Rite Cola; and French Room 2-1 over Team No. 9. Nancy Levi's 137 and Bonnie Eastep's 135 paced the individuals. OVER IN THE Church League, St. John's won 3-0 over Church Ladies; Sacred Heart Catholic 3-0 over first half champion Stephenson Methodist; Burnt Factory No. 1 2-1 over Mt. Pleasant and Braddock St. Methodist 2-1 over Grace Lutheran. The Burnt Factory - Mt Pleasant duel was a thriller as winning Burnt Factory duck- pinned 561-606 and 597 for 1764 and their opponents 584, 536 and 565 for a creditable 1694. Jim Bromley's 127-161 and 132 for 420 and Jack Duvall's 129,162 and 119 for 410 sparked the winners while Harold Catlett had 142 and Floyd Luttrell 135 for Mt. Pleasant. Other good scoring saw Shirley Kenny bowl 122; Louise Robinson 127; Bill Brown 133; Richard Buncutter 139; Ed Barnett 136 and 132; Jean Pitta 128 and Doug Sirbaugh steady games of 130,127 and 128 for 384. Team games of 653,631 and 653 gaveFrye Amusement a brilliant 1937 series as they won 4-0 over Frederick Motor Co. in "A" League. Going over the 400 mark for the winners were Evan Creswell with 129-132 and 168 for 429 and Eugene Eastep with 126, 150 and 124 for 410. Also helping out were Danny Eastep's 151 and Billy Conard's 150. Other engagements saw Trip's Auto Sales win 3-1 over Harrington Smith Buick; Team No. 1 3-1 over Saum's Jewelers; Buncutter Tire Co. 3-1 over Funkhouser Oil- Leggett's 3-1 over Miller Auto Sales and Winchester Mobile Homes 4-0 over Dr. James Health Club. In the 1800 class teamwise were Winchester Mobile Homes with 679-1885; Team No. 1 with 6631838; Saum's Jewelers with 627- 1801; Frederick Motor with 6481824; Buncutter Tire with 6341825; and Funkhouser Oil with 639-1806 as the league came through with a fine display to team bowling. Individually, Kenny Pitta had 153; Lawrence Pope 15.4; Lawrence Buckner 159; Francis Hudson 144-407; Joe Zimmerman 171-412; Tony Eastep 153; Harold Pugh 166; Ed Clevenger 152; and Jack Jones 159. First Half winners in the "A" League is Carl Frye's Winchester Mobile Homes team of Jack Jones, Roy Bly, Ed Clevenger, Rickie Renner and Mike Perry. THIRD BASE won 2-1 over Snow White Grill; Henkel-Harris 2-1 over Berryville Exxon; Shenandoah Pride 2-1 over Rubbermaid; Burcham & Price Garage 3-0 over Shade Equipment; Cooper's Jewelers 2-1 over Smalts Florists and S & H Green Stamps 2-1 over Smith Gulf in "B" League as Eugene Eastep bowled 150-406; and Jim Fiddler 140-401. In the Sunday Mixed Team league, Toma Hawks won 2-1 over Team No. 11; Team No. 5 2-1 over Spare Wheels; Team No. 9 30 over Team No. 2; B & P's 2-1 over Team No. 1; Team No. 10 2-1 over Lucky Strikes and No Names 2-1 over Gutter Dusters. From an individual viewpoint, Glen Luttrell had 155; Evan Creswell 141; Brenda McKee 133; Lillian Rhodes 120; and Greg Rush a night high 167. Bowling in the O'Sullivan Men's Doubles League, Cooper- Hudson won 3-1 over Slonaker- Pitta; Lloyd-Zimmerman 3-1 over Clark-Dill; Funkhouser- Bowman 4-0 over Bush-Duvall; Giffin-Renner 3-1 over Keyton- Buckner; Boden-Martin 3-1 over McKee-Curry and Bromley-E. Funkhouser 3-1 over Kiracofe- McDonald. Brent Bowman was the big man individually with 141, 139 and 147 for 427 followed by Francis Hudson's 153-407; Harold Buckner's 147-401; Mickey McDonald's sparkling 175 game and Don Martin's 157. Untouchables triumphed 3-1 over Seals; PEP 3-1 over Big Three; Rubbers 4-0 over Duck- Boards and No Names 3-1 over Deadwoods in the Industrial League. Bowling well were Ronnie Lockhard with 132 and Jim Stead with 141. In the Handley Girls Loop, Jeanie Dunlap had 113; Mimi Austin 116; Cathy Fleming 106 and Miss Golightly 109. Competing in the James Wood Girls League, Valerie Coleman posted 101; Cindy Teets 108; Donna Keiter 104 and Barbara Funk 117. Duckpinning in the Saturday Moose League, Norma Funk bowled 117; Barbara Funk 113 and 106; Darin Morgan 103; Donna Burcham 103; David Price 114 and 106; Danny Moats 106; Bruce Crider 108 and 105; Ronnie Higgs 105; Bill Taylor 117; Glen Creswell 106; Russell Godlove 115; and Carol Stead 108. Commonwealth Dist. Overall Stafford 10-2 10-2 James Monroe 9-3 9-3 Handley 8-4 8-4 Woodbridge 8-5 8-5 Stonewall 7-5 7-5 Albemarle 6-5 6-5 Lane 6-5 6-5 Gar-Field 5-8 5-8 Osbourn 3-9 3-9 Fauquier 3-10 3-10 James Wood 2-11 2-11 | FLORSHEIM | ShoeSale Choose from many styles and colors We Have Refilled Our SaJe Racks I OVER 500 PAIRS Now •4" * »29 8 ° Values to $50 WIL KINS' SAVE UPTO 50% oualittj footwear^ 7 S.Loudoun St. ENTER, nc. Downtown Winchester Haley Caps W&L Football Career LEXINGTON — Winchester's and Lee University recently Tim Haley capped off a fine when he was named to the All- football career at Washington College Athletic Conference TIM HALEY Casper Takes 1st Round Crosby Lead PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) Billy Casper surveyed the wreckage of his dismal, frustrating 1972 season and spoke in characteristic fashion. Everything was on a downward ebb," he said. "I was playing bad, swinging bad, thinking bad. But it will probably make me a better individual. "Now everything is on the upswing." The 41-year-old Casper,, who suffered the poorest season of his Egan Seems to Be Making A Difference By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Johnny Egan must be doing something right. When he assumed the duties of head coach of the Houston Rockets last Sunday, the Rockets defeated the New York Knicks, and Thursday night they made the Milwaukee Bucks their second victim 129-125. Despite a 48-point spree by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the Rockets fought off a furious rally by the Bucks to seal the victory. Rudy Tomjanivich scored 29 points to lead the Rockets whose team total was the highest against Milwaukee this season The Bucks cut a 109-91 deficit with nine minutes to play to 124119 with a minute to play. Mike Newlin then clinched it with a 20- foot jump shot. In other NBA action, the Phoenix Suns defeated the Seattle SuperSonics 112-109, the New York Knicks struggled to top Buffalo 99-92 and Golden State defeated Kansas CityOmaha 129115. In the only game scheduled in the American Basketball Association, the Indiana Pacers edged the Kentucky Colonels 9694. brilliant career last year, had just slogged slowly through rain and mud and wind "and maybe a little sleet—just about everything except snow," to a 66 and the first round lead Thursday in the prestige-laden Bing Crosby National Pro-Am Golf Tournament, offering $205,000 in total prize money. "I didn't expect to play this well at all, he said, "I played very well and putted extremely well." Casper, who said he benefited greatly from traditional "Crosby weather" that had other players talking to themselves— Arnold Palmer called it "miserable as hell" — had a two-stroke lead over Tom Weiskopf after his six- under-par effort. Weiskopf at 68, was followed by veteran Don Massengale, now a club pro in New York's Westchester County, alone at 69. The group at 70, two under par, were big Bobby Nichols, Hubert Green and Bob Eastwood. All the leaders were at Cypress Point, one of three Monterey peninsula courses being played under the unique format for this event. It's generally considered to be the easiest of the three and is the most sheltered from the weather. Jack Nicklaus, who won this tournament and the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach last year, was disappointed and obviously unhappy after he could do no better than a rain-interrupted 71 on that layout. He was one of more than a dozen at that figure. The 43-year-old Palmer matched par 72 at Cypress. British Open champ Lee Trevino, who has a notorious dislike for cold, wet weather, went to 74 at Spyglass Hill. Australian Bruce Crampton, winner of the last two tour events who has a chance to become the first man in more than a decade to win three in a row, blew to a 77 at Pebble Beach. Area Sports Schedule FRIDAY HORSE RACING — Charles Town — 7:15 HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL—8 p.m. with Jayvee games at 6:30 James Wood at Stonewall Loudoun Valley at Warren Co. Clarke at Broad Run Woodbridge at Stafford Gar-Field at Osbourn Albemarle at James Monroe Lane at Fauquier Loudoun County at George Mason Page at Madison Central at Stonewall Jackson Luray at Strasburg Elkton at Rappahannock Montevideo at William Monroe HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING Woodbridge at James Wood — 6:30 p.m. JR. HIGH BASKETBALL Warren Co. at Strasburg — 4 p.m. (8th grade only) COLLEGE BASKETBALL — St. Mary's at Shenandoah — 8 p.m. SATURDAY HORSE RACING - Charles Town - 7:15 HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Handley at James Monroe Stafford at Stonewall COLLEGE BASKETBALL R-MC at Catholic U. George Washington at West Virginia ECU at VMI Citadel at Richmond Roanoke at Va. Tech North Carolina at Maryland Team selected by the conference coaches. Haley, the Generals' tri- captain, was one of the leading defensive players from his linebacker position. He made 53 individual tackles and assisted on 30 others, and also had two pass interceptions and blocked a punt. In his junior year last season, he had 66 individual tackles and assisted on 19 others, while as a sophomore he recorded 52 individual stops and 50 assists. "Tim Haley was one of our most consistent performers, and gave us excellent leadership both on and off the field," commented W&L football coach Graham (Buck) Leslie. "He's a good football player and an excellent person, the kind you are proud to coach." An all-around athlete, Haley also has won two varsity letters in track and participated in baseball at W&L. At Episcopal High School in Alexandria, he won three letters in football, three in baseball and two in basketball. He captained the EHS football squad and was named All-Prep for both the Virginia State Prep League and the All- Metropolitan Area. His parents, Judge and Mrs. Robert K. Woltz, live at 315 Handley Ave. in Winchester. Furmdn Stays Atop SouthernConferencd Entries Charles Town By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Furman has held fast to its lead in the Southern Conference after defeating its closest challenger Thursday night, but the battle was a long and sometimes tense one. As a matter of fact, the game was so tense that 79 fouls were called, plus, 69 turnovers, before Furman's Paladins finally surpassed Davidson 102-94. The referees' whistles were blown so much that the game took 2 hours and 12 minutes to complete, against a normal playing time of about 1 hour and 40 minutes. The scoring came hot and heavy, with Furman crossing the 100-point mark for the fourth time this season. The Paladins had six men in double figures to five for Davidson. Furman's Fessor "Moose" Leonard, that 7-foot-l sophomore who until Thursday night averaged 20.7 points per game, was held to 12 points in the endeavor. And his teammate, Clyde Mayes, with a 14.7-point average before the game, was held to only nine points. In the only other game involving a Southern Conference team Thursday night, Wake Forest downed William & Mary 93-79. William & Mary was plagued with foul trouble throughout the game and argued vigorously with many calls, which resulted in four technical fouls. The Richmond Spiders' Aron Steward, a junior college transfer who became a shot in the arm for the sagging team, still holds the scoring lead in the Southern Conference with an average of 29.5 points per game. Steward has scored a total of 236 points in eight starts. The 6-foot-5 Stewart hit for 29 points Wednesday night against Duke and was the backbone of the Spiders' scoring attack. The second highest scorer for Richmond in that game had only nine points. 69 College Basketball By The Associated Press EAST Assumption 73, Northeastern 68 Lafayette 77, Columbia 64 CCNY 61, Stony Brook 53 SOUTH Wake Forest 93, Wm. & Mary 79 Fla. A&M 73, Albany, Ga., St. 9 Furman 102, Davidson 94 Tulane 76, Stetson 63 Virginia 84, N. Carolina 78 SW La. 124, R.I. Col. 81 Memphis St. 81, Louisville 76 Fla. St. 47, Samford 34 S. Miss. 72, LSU-New Orleans 1 Geo. Wash 104, Catholic U. 78 MIDWEST Illinois 87, Notre Dame 84 S.D. St. 89, S. Dakota 66 Drake 74, Cincinnati 72 St. Louis 76, Wichita St. 66 UCLA 87, Chicago Loyola 73 SOUTHWEST N. Tex. St. 81, W. Tex. St. 79 Idaho St. 60, N. Ariz. 57 FAR WEST Brigham Young 93, Ariz. 79 Weber St. 81, Boise St. 69 Washington 74, Seattle 67 71 Still commanding second place in the scoring race is Appalachian State's 6-foot-2 junior Stan Davis. Davis now averages 25.3 points per game after scoring a total of 405 points in 16 starts. He hit for 20 points Wednesday night as Appalachian downed UNC-Ashville 90-87 in a non- conference game. No conference games are scheduled for tonight, but two games are on tap for Saturday night. Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W t t. 39 7 York 40 12 15 33 4 47 Division 30 17 27 24 19 30 17 31 Conference Division 36 14 29 19 25 30 20 29 Division 36 11 32 16 24 26 16 37 12 38 Boston New Buffalo Philadelphia Central Baltimore Atlanta Houston Cleveland Western Midwest Milwaukee Chicago K.C.-Omaha Detroit Paficic Los Angeles Golden State Phoenix Seattle Portland Thursday's Games New York 99, Buffalo 92 Houston 129, Milwaukee Phoenix 112, Seattle 109 Golden State 129, City-Omaha 115 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Baltimore at Chicago Milwaukee at Detroit Golden State at Los Phoenix at Portland Houston at Boston Atlanta at Buffalo Philadelphia at Cleveland Only games scheduled Saturday's Games Boston at New York Buffalo at Baltimore Kansas City-Omaha lanta Portland at Phoenix Los Angeles at Golden Only games scheduled Sunday's Games New York at Boston Philadelphia at Cleveland Chicago Houston Los Angeles Pet. G.B. .848 .7*9 2 .313 25 .078 37 '/2 .638 529 5 .388 12 .354 13V 2 .720 — .604 6 .455 13 '/2 .408 15 '/2 .766 — .667 4Vs .480 13V 2 .302 23 .240 25 VJ 125 Kansas Angeles at At- State Buffalo at Baltimore Detroit at Atlanta at Seattle at Only games scheduled ABA East L. Pet. G.B. Carolina 16 .698 — Kentucky 33 19 .635 3 '/2 Virginia 27 25 .519 9V2 New York 18 32 .360 17V2 Memphis 15 West 35 .300 20V2 Utah 34 18 .654 — Indiana 30 21 .588 3 '/2 Denver 26 26 .500 8 Dallas 18 31 .367 14 '/2 San Diego 20 35 .364 15 '/2 Thursday's Gwmes Indiana 96, Kentucky 94 Only game scheduled Friday's Games New York at Dallas Utah vs. Virginia at Richmond Indiana vs. Carolina Greensboro Denver at Memphis Only games scheduled Saturday's Games Kentucky vs. Virginia at folk Memphis vs. Carolina Charlotte Dallas at Utah Only games scheduled Sunday's Games New York at Denver Carolina at Kentucky Memphis at Indiana •alias at San Diego Only games scheduled at Nor- FREDERICKTOWNE W| SHOPPE Only Professional Ski Shop in the Winchester area. Featuring a large selection of name brand equipment and clothing. RENTALS AVAILABLE • Rentals • Repairs • Sales • Trade-Ins J 9 W. 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Oliva) 114 15-1 Dante's Ruler (Dupuy) 112 20-1 Quick Post (Marrone) 113 20-1 Cremedavelle (NB) 114 20-1 Sir Tulyard (Gustines) 114. 20-1 THIRD RACE $2,000 4 Y08.UP Claiming 4Vi Fur. Tipsey Parson (Hedge) 115 5-2 Central Ave. (NB) 115 3-1 Tiger Bars (Dalgo) 115 5-1 Miss Exclusive (Nuckols) 106 6 -1 Leander (Cerda) 113 8-1 Task Order (NB) 115 8-1 Tea Dancer (NB) 110 10-1 Full Beam (Roberts) 110 10-1 Sweet Strawberry (NB) 110 10-1 Sha-Beau (Sanders) 110 15-1 Chrisnite (Roberts) 115 20-1 Ampart's Son (Thornton) 115 20-1 Our State (Rowland) 118 20-1 Banbury Beau (NB) 115 20-1 FOURTH RACE $2,000 4Y08.UP Claiming 6V2 Fur, Hes A Swinger (Grove! 117 5-2 Buck Hall's Miss (Dalgo) 112 31 Fancy The Dog (Garramone) 117 5-1 Sky Junior (Depalo) 117 6-1 Royal Alliance (Rowland) 115 8-1 Short N Cheapside (Saavedra) 117 81 Dr. DoubleAitch (NB) 114 10-1 Lifelike (NB) 114 10-1 Third Beauty (F. Kratz) 117 10-1 Win Isle (Garcia) 109 15-1 Dr. Alexander (Sanders) 109 15-1 TrustOle Roman (Small) 112 15-1 June Sun (Peters) 112 20-1 Zachie's Boy (Roberts) 114 20-1 FIFTH RACE $2,300 4Y08.UP Claiming 6V2 Fur. Traci C. (Romaine) 107 5-2 No Brag Just Fact 109 3-1 (J. Dominque) Dormouse (Johnston) 114 5-1 Priam B. (NB) 114 6-1 Careful Ken (Grove) 114 6-1 Nebulous (Grove) 114 8-1 Lou's Redhead (Amos) Cool Behaving (Lewis) Fleeting Blue (NB) Return (Dalgo) Determined Pro (Hedge) Brushy Joe (Wright) Stand 'N Receive (Clark) Quicker (Hedge) 112 112 114 112 113 114 110 117 8-1 10-1 10-1 10-1 15-1 15-1 20-1 20-1 SIXTH RACE$2,700 Allow. Orsi's Idol (Grove) Granada Message (Canizo) Captain My Captain (Thornton) Easter Present (Moreno) Sassy Mite (Peters) Boogaloo Dancer (Grove) Seminole Don (NB) Croodle (Moreno) August Prinz (Kirk) Prairie Boy (Gustines) Nothing's Cool (Bacon) SEVENTH RACE $2,500 Claiming Chatsrullah (Johnston) Noble Sport (NB) Dancers Champion (NB) Maxalene (Hedge) Noon a (Bacon) Cupid's Boy (Kirk) Night Kiki (Dalgo) Icey Mouse (NB) 4Y .O.8. UP 6V2 Fur. 114 5-2 114 3-1 114 112 109 109 114 112 114 114 109 4-1 6-1 6-1 8-1 8-1 6-1 15-1 20-1 20-1 3Y.O. 6V2 Fur. 116 8-5 116 113 116 111 113 113 116 5-2 4-1 6-1 8-1 81 10-1 20-1 EIGHTH RACE $2,400 4Y .0.8.UP Allow. 4V2 Fur. Wandering Yoso (Benjamin) 121 8-5 Ozcoming (Diavolikis) 113 5-2- Babe's Rival (Grove) 118 4 -1 Great Fun (Sanders) 105 6 -1 Strutting Sandal (NB) 115 8-1 Drifting Baker (Grove) 115 10-1 Terrey's Dream (NB) 115 15-1 Sir Pomp (Thornton) 115 20-1 NINTH RACE $4 ,700 3Y .O. Handicap 6V2 Fur. Kingsville Kid (NB) 119 6 -5 Early Autumn (F. W. 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