The Charleston Daily Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on February 17, 1972 · Page 19
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THuts,, fat i7, i^a Ct«tlt»mn Daiif dfiail $c CATHOLIC WINS Mt. Lions Drop To 6th In Poll; Williamson No. 1 While Williamson, unbeaten in 16 starts, was strengthening its hold on first place in this week's Associated Press high school basketball poll, Charleston was falliwr from third tn *;«rh The Mountain Lions, who rebounded from last Friday's loss i« uuuwu »j uc«uug vicorge wasmngwn on luesnay, have record. mWM Stydahar Joins Grid Greats Second U> WUQamson is Greenbrier East, which has a 16 - 1 mark. Next comes Charles Town u« - oj, ifJWMork (17 - 0), and Huntington High (14 - 2). In Wednesday night's Kanawha Valley Conference action. Steve Thornton scored 23 points and Rick Workman 19 as Nitro defeated homestanding Herbert Hoover, 75 - 69, for its fourth vic tory in 17 games. Catholic stepped outside of the conference to snap its nine game losing streak by downing K.V.C. KVCOTer.AU W h W L ..II 4 12 4 ...It 5 Vt East Bank » 1 « Gee. Waak S « 1 Heover S 12 5 South Chai 3 14 3 Nitro 2 13 4 Catholic • U 3 THURSDAY Duftwt at Huntlnflton East FRIDAY , Gaorqt Wuhhwtm it Est W Sljjomrllla «. JCharlastun, Mwrli Harvey | CHraar at sominnmnin Citric C«n1«r, 2 p.m All WTOS. untm bMln at 7:31 o m. 1. wiiliamton, 1«4 1. Gr«T*ritr Easl, 1* - 1 . J. Charm Town, 1W ... Oftwr taama r*c«i»ir fstoWayne, OvtAtr, Hurricane. 77 - 63. Roger Haley had 27 points, and Steve Turkov - rcn - £i ior me rignimg msn, wno nave a s - u mane In todrtt's acton. DnPoot, carrvina a three - same win steak end 124 mark, goes to Huntmgton East, wtucn tne Panthers beat, 90 - 77, earner in I Nt (75) HMW (♦») Ra.W'man 1 $4 • Qrovw 11 J - $ * Tlncher 0 fta 0 Chandlar 1 04 Tin* »\mn Taiaii n wn> Turkovich I 14 39 B - Oanahoa 3 CattJrt 3 H 12 Baa* It Hai*v .13 l'i V Rowser a Young 2 3 - 3 7 Sumnai - 5 Kratg 1 »1 1 K.Donahoa 1 C.tnoHc MM II H - TT Oftleiali: Jahnny Johnaon and Ji PRO BASKETBALL n.b.a. ; »«& : .:::| . :::::" : w TtaneWi •* Milwaukee «r Cindfltja« Haw Yortt at CMtaBo * S - 5 1J DBschra J M « mhMa 2 0 - 14 Bradley Lantt » Clbba 7 - 7 »B»rn«tt a i* » ii—i!* I tlllj, T«HlladatatH . . 4 Ifrll H Amrtry , . .10 10 - 12 30 Brldgei 7 - 7 IS Carter j j - 2 I Cunham ,.j M 11 F«»1er 2 0 - 14 Oretr 4 3 - 5 15 Hanry 1 l - l 7 Jacason o 2 - 2 H - ooghry F T a r . J * - 7 16 sssr I U 91 1 1 - 1 *Sflydaf .14 1 - 1 it Haywood ..10 S - J ISWlfnens .5 to lowintiew 1 <H> 3 Ctemcna o 0 - 0 0 Cro» ..7 7 - 1021 K*llt . 0 04 0 V.V:..V.V.'.' V.V.'.ii » » aa - in ,t 3 - J is 44 m| V fill) 4 J - l 10 C 11 - 1 J G * H » K 4 Chrlitin 1 M l r.llll»m 4 0 - 0 13 HallbKm 0 04) * u J U.«4«v> * 0 - 1 » S 0 - 0 UMarvKh *12/1I3J 4611 - H1M Total* <V2jjjL Bear Container Crop, at Chi - , | cago. He is now president of | the company. JOE STYDAHAR WVU All - American Joseph Lee (Joe) Stydahar, one of West Virginia's greatest athletes, was named today to the National Football Foundation's College Hall of Fame. STYDAHAR. a Wert Virginia University All - American (1933 - 35), will be inducted with nine other standouts at the 13th annual Football Hall of Fame Awards Dinner on Dec. 5 at New York. Other inductees include Malcolm AWrich. Yale halfback; Bob Fenimore, Oklahoma State back; Robert Hamilton, Morris Harvey Statistics Stanford halfback; Mort Kaer, Southern California back; William Morton, Dartmouth quarterback; Charles O'Rourke, Boston College quarterback and the lete Bow den Wyatt, Tennessee end. STYDAHAR, already a member of the West Virginia Hall of Fame (1945) and the National Football League Hall of Fame (1967), was born March 17, 1912, at Kaylon, Pa. His family moved to Shinns ton, W. Va., when Joe was eight and he made all - state in football and basketball at Shinnston High School. Alter Stydahar ed from WVU is 1934, Giaat Uh* Rke Bkked hi* as we of 11 stars from a talf - ceatiiry of football players on the all time All - America college team. He joined the Chicago Bears in 1936 and made all - pro four times in seven years and was honored again by Rice as an all - time all - pro selection. After a stint in the Navy during World War H, Stydahar won the 1951 world cham - 1H U1 Ml Idi U\ *T7 t\» (1 314 1»1 136 .447 1TB 8» .754 1» 7.S 301 1£.0 230 120 .122 *6 73 .14? 54 3.3 313 13.41 114 U .57S 44 46 .71* II 5.1 171 12.7, 1(3 83 .454 «1 46 .754 113 S.1 212 141 1S3 66 .431 62 41 .661 63 2.6 173 7 J WESTVIRCIMA A.A.U. BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT FEBRUARY 19 - 20 Andrew Jackson Jr. High Gym 9 Teams from Charleston, Logon, Beckley, Clarksburg, Parkersburg, Grafton and Moundsville will play for State A. A. U. CHAMPIONSHIP Adults $t .00 Students .90 piooship as head coach of the Los Angeles Rams. STYDAHAR became head coach of the Chicago Cardinals in 1953 and after two seasons quit to join the Big "My perfect bowbon m l^Tvefrxind tas no price! tan the perfect one? •Man txibo* HHuMy • Mftsel • tttrMen &!iilb(Co . I Virginia vL^ciSC jToSrloW* 12 t - S MPovrtU 5 5 - 6 ISInct 7 2 - 1 HOlimort a s - 7 ii 5V* _ * <M> •O'trlaa, Davis Tatati • •* Ji t 4 - 4 14 PtVUl 13 - 17 »Mr I H I B»wm 6* »■» 1» Tatah Ex - Pros Bates, Lane To Southern RATON ROUGE. La. (AP) Two former pro football players, including one - time All - Pro Irirfensiv* back Dick "Niant Train" Lane, have joined the football coaching sum at Southern university. Charlie Bates, a one - time for mer defensive end with the cm - ilAAA 12a AW 1DBB Tl - JTfflavl SaQiH coach of the Southern team,| succeeding Alva Tabor, who re - [ signed at the end of the 1971 Lane, whose career with the Los Angeles Rams, St. Louts Cardinals and Detroit Lions spanned 13 seasons, was named an assistant on the Southern! I staff. Basketball Scores HIGH SCHOOLS COUNTY SCHOOLS COLLEGES STATU SCHOOLS W«t Virginia «7, William a^rv »„ WVU Frohm*n 73,.w»lfy, M., J. C. 67 FalrmonT «s» Miem a. VWI H, W. Va. T«h » Davis 4 ElkIM «, Ol^w'iiJ* St. Jos, P«. - II r Qaorgalown. D.C 70 SI. Pttar's King's, Pa. tt Pinn Slat* 86, Virgin » 74 RWar 17, Lafayttta 44 Timpla », Pimourgn 74 Sr*Sa. «. SI. FfWCU, N.Y. 31 Naw Hampihlrs 73, Conn. 63 Post St, Fair. Dlckinsor, » Klgat* 7», Fairfield 71 vtllanova 102, Dwuesnf 11 ■ pa« li, "an .(« Seranton 87, Wagner 85 Btntlr/ 1C2, 51. Frsr.cis, Mfllw 91 Afltlphi* 7S, St. Aiwelm - s 67 OetwtNjrg S6, DIcKlnson, P«. 4» Albr ght fli Lycoming 7» Cnayn*V St! lis, Kulztown H. 71 C»nlilu» K, St. f rancli, Pa. 14 L«6ai>on Vail. 96, Suswehanna 79 O/ieonf* St. 1H, Oswego i.. 59 MiMta - jtc d. Coast Guard 66 C«itra! Conn. 13, Esstfrn COflK. manir ti, n»w n lociiaiter Tach 103, Houflhton 67 8SSS (al 61, Unlngi it Navy m, RartMlw « Amrrlcan J. 14, Oalaw»r« 61 VinaSrWll at, MIsskslptH 83 Soutnweit. Tenn. «, Afk. - Llt. Reck I Livingston* W, PltiHer 65 N.C. AS.T 77, J.C. Smltti 7S High Point 83, N.C. - WllmlMMv 4* Federal City 13, Madlsnv « Norfolk St. 104, St. Paul's 74 Mt. St. Mary's 14, Cattwile U. R Catawba 77, Atlantic Christian 70 Augusta 105, Morris Brown 71 Tmwsea'si.'sS' Sallarrnlna 45 Transylvania 90, Sara* 15 LaGrang* 60, Barry 57 Ky. Wesleyan 77, Shaw. Mich. 66 Davis ft ElkUta IS, GMWilW 76 South Carolina St. n, Enklna 77 western Ml*. 75, BowliRfl ortan 74 Cincinnati 76, Ohio Xavlar 71 Kent St. 71, Miami, Ohio 77 *«t S1. 75 St. Louis »s, N. Taxas Northern III. 96, South. 111. 12 Ohio Dominican «5, wheeling 11 Illinois St. ft. Ball St. 71 VaWalao 10J, Wabash 75 St. Joseph's, Ind. 14, Butler 73 Goshen 10, Concorsi*, \ta. 63 Northwood in, Urbane 17, OT Evansvllla 106, DePauw 70 Maiorw 96, Walth 77 Ashland 121, Wllberforc* 87 Mercy 116, Northwood, Mich. 84 Olivet 101, Adrian 59 Norm. Mich. SA. L*k» KiiMrinr S Bethel, Minn. 79, Hamlin* 75 Aihiwi 73, Knia'maioo 46, OT Akron 66, Indiana St. 58 YoungstDwn St. 76, Cleveland St. 62 Defiance 101, BlutHon 1W Mo W»lt*rn 107, V n.vti crty n NW Missouri 83, Peru, Neb., 6* SI. Mary, Kan., 77, > .... Wn'tyn iS NE Missouri W, Rocttiwrsi 79 lOUR 100TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR St. Mary's, Tex.,. «, southwest. 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