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IOC -- M a x 19.1971 " Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston. VNeit Virginia ---^ Major League Averages By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Complete through games of Friday AMERICA!* LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H H R R B I P c t ·icveland l'78 150 318 30 137 .270 [e, ai 1247 167 333 21 156 .267 sjn S a G t v M98 170 niLjgo H6I 136 10J7 118 1244 165 327 31 147 .255 22 119 .254 MO 32 139 250 j r t ' A V"' · M M t o n Ceil v jaiAson da-. ·.VKac KC r charier Cie -'i-chan Del Blp" 1 Pr i ru NY ;.r It.n 80S ;.i"ipie Cle D E - fl"S 805 3 Keb'rison Bal -taru'ove Tex ice'icer Tex JimiMa NY i^i.is KC VAc cra.v Cal V.r'die Tex ·-^c'lcierson Chi 1126 119 288 1214 163 310 1105 133 280 «· 1042 145 1148 136 263 32 128 247 k 1246 144 298 31 136 239 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 50 or more at bats AB R H HR RBI Pet 9 395 13 .390 30 385 25 359 5 358 6 .352 SI Louii Loi Angeles Pittsburgh Houston iPhiladelphia Atlanta 31 123 .266 Cincinnati 25 109 264 New York 29 147 263 Chicago 23 110 .256 San Diego Sar.Francisco Montreal NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet 1189 166 352 319 31 155 .266 308 276 20 154 .296 1279 220 367 37 208 .287 1125 131 307 27 H6 .273 1344 179 359 29 167 .267 1155 148 308 19 136 .267 1287 159 330 31 142 .257 lit I 138 283 28 125 .255 1169 148 290 35 136 .248 1059 124 254 21 114 .240 1353 140 322 19 132 .238 1253 157 297 25 139 .237 885 119 208 12 109 .235 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 50 or more at bats AB R H HR RBI Pet 124 59 109 117 53 54 69 72 87 56 122 64 67 104 138 56 66 129 Bal AMniford K.C 'jiajlord Chi A Johnson Tex Hermann Chi ·D^ei Cle Satwo Oak valentine Cal 9 14 21 Bos 118 19 115 21 144 IS 132 65 153 95 125 80 107 Csnipaneris OaK 148 27 44 0 i Min ^ reyosi Tex Lowenstein Cle f Kelly Chi Sutherland Det Gneve rex YV Morton Det Scott Mil Burroughs Tex Ellis Cle Darwin Min Hendrick Cle Soderholrri Min T Davis Bal FisK Bos Bnggs Mil Ferrer Min D.Nelson Tex Garcia Mil Chambliss NY Petrocelii Bos D.Allen Chi Porter Mil Money Mil C.May Chi R.Oliver Cal O.Doyle Cal Hisle Min Rivers Cal Murcer NY KaMne Det F.Robinson Cal 81 51 133 99 130 89 124 114 149 133 102 127 60 124 57 114 57 114 100 143 79 115 83 123 117 128 136 103 140 133 122 110 M Perez Atl R imith StL Y coyer LA 0 9 395 Garr Atl 4 13 .390 Roitz StL 11 30 385 Buckner LA 7 25 359 C-ross Htn 0 5 358 Watson Htn 1 6 352 iizeiiore StL 4 14 348 Unser Phi 0 12 .347 Wynn LA 3 15 .345 Hebner Pgh 3 14 .339 Garvey LA 1 9 ,336 Madlock Chi 2 10 .333 Maddox SF 2 8 .328 Stennett Pyh 1 15 .327 Orubb SD 3 17 326 Brock StL 3 10 .321 Morgan Cin 0 5 .318 Cardenal Chi 6 18 .318 Baker Atl 6 23 .314 w.Davis Mtl 5 16 .313 Zisk Pyh 3 24 .313 Metzger Htn 0 8 .311 D.Thomas SD 4 7 .308 D.Parker Pgh 19 47 0 17 .307 w Crawford LA 11 29 3 8 .305 D Cash Phi 17 38 5 20 .304 18 24 5 19 .300 14 32 1 11 .299 Kose -'" 9 297 9 '296 "ussell LA 2 10 294 McBride StL 1 9 791 ^e y LA , I ,,, Singleton Mtl I 9 292 Helms Htn ? 13 292 l-.May Htn TA R 77 79n Monday Chi 33 4 17 289- B - w i l l i a m s chi A- a -ic 700 Simmons StL 18 ? 21 286 B.Robinson Phi 29 6 17 : 2 84 M -* nder5 ° n1 , Phl 19 36 6 18 283 A 0llver P 9 h c ittt T.Perez Cm 2 ^ ·!** Hutton Phi 8 !281 l orre stLD . ·H. 7ui Taveras Pgh 0 Si S'argell-- 49 23 42 42 19 |9 24 8 25 9 30 8 19 6 41 15 28 II 22 13 34 16 45 18 21 41 37 36 45 19 41 20 55 136 58 169 132 137 107 133 115 88 125 11 22 25 54 8 22 20 61 12 47 19 48 20 37 22 44 18 38 16 29 32 41 123 20 40 151 79 159 134 115 24 48 15 25 22 50 144 31 II 123 107 133 111 92 89 155 106 123 143 23 43 9 .400 31 .397 11 .379 18 .361 18 .356 14 .350 7 .346 19 .331 17 .330 12 .330 37 .328 17 .325 31 .318 9 .316 23 .314 12 .313 II .313 15 .313 11 .309 13 .308 11 .308 13 .306 9 .304 3 .303 12 .303 13 .302 18 .301 16 .301 134 25 40 I 8 .299 24 15 39 29 38 26 19 40 17 29 15 28 18 40 3 22 19 32 23 7 IB '7B1 Evans Atl 22 280 Jones NY 135 98 136 27 40 92 14 27 123 10 36 18 43 15 32 19 32 14 38 11 26 12 28 18 40 16 35 12 11 5 17 17 5 7 13 '278 Bowa Pnl 2 13 .278 r .^. 0 Htn 11 280 Ben(:h 19 .278 8 .277 57 103 116 109 86 55 63 127 60 135 90 78 115 62 141 112 104 75 71 88 Mitchell Mil Healy KC EIRdrgez Cal Otis KC Braun Min Lahoud Cal Terrell Min Chalk Cal J Powell Bal G.Netties NY Killebrew Min Guerrero Bos Cooper Bos Brye Min R.White NY Pinson KC Baylor Sal Beniguez Bos Tovar Tex Belanger Bal Melton Chi Orta Chi B.Bell Cle R.Miller Bos N.Cash Det Santo Chi M.Stanley Det Patek KC Tenace Oak Mayberry KC Kubiak Oak Yount Mil Northrup Def E.Brinkman Det Fosse Oak Carbo Bos Hegan NY Coluccio Mil Blair Bal Harrah Tex Munson NY Sudakis NY A.Rodriguez Det 121 D.May Mil 121 McAuliffe Bos 84 Mason NY Sundberg Tex E.Williams Bal Hermoso Cle Dent Chi Duncan Cle Du"y Cle Berry Mil North Oak Coggins Bal DcJohnson Oak Montgomry Bos Bumbry Bal Epstein Cal Lovitto Tex Harper Bos Michael NY Borgrnann Min 19 34 8 32 9 35 16 37 15 28 20 38 19 36 14 33 17 29 8 15 20 27 15 30 16 28 22 14 16 32 15 33 22 19 28 15 15 30 19 31 32 36 31 142 22 39 153 28 41 140 22 37 106 15 28 16 21 1 16 130 112 81 89 132 9 11 11 15 4 20 6 3 13 4 19 34 11 27 15 25 14 18 126 13 30 85 6 20 132 18 31 64 64 124 133 133 116 16 27 121 25 28 6 15 15 12 29 12 31 19 3) 23 34 27 28 12 26 7 " 10 102 75 99 92 92 104 117 130 126 98 94 78 111 132 95 91 58 142 31 34 130 15 31 139 23 33 13 31 25 15 23 13 23 12 26 16 29 12 32 9 31 12 24 8 23 13 19 19 27 18 32 6 23 10 22 10 14 91 96 13 127 114 101 12 97 16 53 3 102 15 98 131 132 73 21 22 14 29 10 26 23 22 3 12 15 23 12 22 19 29 17 29 4 16 112 9 71 8 96 12 72 10 78 98 118 51 10 26 18 26 8 18 9 24 8 15 20 15 9 16 13 20 11 24 10 Staub NY rJ '?76 Harreison NY 0 7 274 Aaron Atl 3 20 273 Philli P s SF n , 777 DgRader Htn ,j ,7, Boone Phi 105 II 12 271 Kinsman SF 109 11 18 !271 14 .270 Dnessen Cm 77 7A4 Foli Mtl 22 ' 264 Dates Atl 8 263 Baile V Mtl 19 262 M.May Htn 10 '259 W'lfield SD 9 '257 C.Robinson Atl 9 '255 Conception Cin 7 255 l-uzinski Phi 4 "254 Kessinger Chi 2 15 252 SchnecK NY 1 5 250 Rettenmund Cin 11 28 244 DaJohnson Atl 4 15 244 Ontiveros SF 4 '244 Sanguillen Pgh 7 '743 Grote NY 6 242 Fairly Mtl 9 '241 Bonds SF 17 241 E-Hernandz SD 6 240 Matthews SF 3 '240 Kendall SD 132 9 '239 Tolan SD 98 10 239 Montanez Phi 81 12 238 G.Poster Cin 64 ° '735 Hunt Mtl 100 16 235 Milner NY 127 i '234 Gaston SD 66 5 '734 Mitterwald Chi 97 ,2 '734 Rudolph SF 72 9 '.233 J.Morales Chi 118 « 'S:«£M ifo 7 23 .231 Harris Chi 112 0 5 .231 Lum All 52 9 1 1 1 4 .229 Tyson StL 96 7 20 2 10 .228 M.Alou SD 58 5 12 3 16 .228 McCovey SD 93 8 19 3 15 .228 Brown Htn 54 7 II 6 20 .227 Tcpcdino Atl 59 4 12 2 ' .226 J.Cox AMI 94 13 19 1 9 .225 Colbert SD 109 14 22 3 10 .224 Edwards Htn 51 3 10 2 14 .221 Ferguson LA 77 15 15 4 10 .220 Lopes LA 122 24 23 7 .219 DaRoberts SD 103 9 19 9 .215 Kelleher Htn 52 3 7 14 .215 Office Atl 58 1 10 ° .214 ciines Pgh 53 5 9 10 .214 w.Garrett NY 111 15 18 6 .211 Gritley Cin 57 2 9 11 .208 4 .208 8 .205 11 .204 PITCHING 9 .203 3 or more decisions 23 6 19 6 15 19 23 15 29 5 15 5 22 5 16 15 26 8 15 14 28 12 24 16 25 12 15 13 128 82 72 63 71 62 75 99 56 50 PITCHING 3 or more decisions 23 .296 11 .296 27 .294 15 .293 16 .293 24 .293 9 .291 27 .291 22 .290 8 .289 12 .289 16 .286 23 .285 15 .283 10 .280 5 .279 20 .279 15 .278 13 .277 15 .277 10 .275 32 .268 23 .264 5 .264 19 .259 6 .258 24 .258 9 .257 18 .257 12 .255 12 .253 9 .253 11 .250 8 .250 16 .250 10 .248 20 .246 19 .246 6 .245 15 .245 11 .244 15 .243 13 .242 11 .242 17 .242 15 .241 20 .239 10 .238 19 .237 14 .235 9 .235 8 .235 6 .234 5 .230 22 .228 9 .227 15 .227 4 .222 12 .220 9 .217 15 .215 8 .214 8 .212 8 .208 2 .207 8 .204 5 .204 9 .203 11 .202 23 .202 5 .196 10 .195 6 .189 7 .184 2 .173 10 .172 1 .170 10 .162 5 .158 DRAFT NBA Expansion Team Picks Players Monday Big un. Staff Photo I, ... It's a little on the large size, but '20-months-old Scott Michael Steinfeldt seems to be right at home with this batting helmet, fitted on his head by Charleston outfielder Ed Ott. All youngsters who attend today's doubleheader at Watt Powell Park will receive a helmet like this one on "Helmet Day." NBA-ABA Game Dropped Amid Fear of Pressure NEW YORK (AP) - Larry Fleisher, general counsel of the National Basketball Association's Player's Association, charged Saturday that a proposed All-Star game between players from the NBA and American Basketball Association had been cancelled because of possible pressure from a television network. The game, scheduled for Saturday at Providence, R.I., was cancelled after the NBA owners won a binding arbitration prohibiting their players from participating/ Fleisher said he believes the owners moved against the game because of td against · the game because of television considerations. The charity game was to be televised by the American Broadcasting Company, which had televised NBA games from 1964 until this season when the Columbia Broadcasting System got the contract. "The rival television network paid a lot of money for the rights to the NBA Game of the Week and was very unhappy to see it ( t h e A l l - S t a r Game) on another network," said Fleisher. NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The man in charge of building the National Basketball Association's newest team reveals Monday what morsels he has been able to salvage from the table scraps of the league's established clubs. Each of the 17 teams kept the seven players they want most, then made the rest available to Bill Bertka, vice president in charge of basketball operations for the franchise. New Orleans gets to pick one from each team. Bertka got the list Thursday and went into a locked-door huddle with soon-to-be-official Coach Scotty Robertson. As part of the deal that moved Pete Maravich from the Hawks to New Orleans, Atlanta gets the first guard and forward picked. That leaves the new team probably going for a center first, Bertka said before he went into seclusion that he hopes to build a team that can play a controlled running game, but h e ' l l be b o u n d by w h a t is available. "That first pick--that first center--is a very big factor for us," he said. If we get a big, mobile center who is active, we'll have to look for people to complement a good inside game. If not, we'll look for perimeter scoring." There is speculation that an undisclosed part of the Maravich deal will require New Orleans to take high-salaried center Walt Bellamy. Bellamy, 35, has a no-cut contract with the Hawks. Putting him up for grabs would have been a way for Atlanta cut expenseses--already reduced considerably by Maravich's departure. There have been rumblings, also, that New York might have left center Willis Reed unprotected. Reed is a native of Bernice, in northwest Louisiana, and a graduate of Grambling College. Both are too far away to make him a home town hero, but state pride in his exploits with the Knicks could put people in the stands. Reed is getting old, and a slow recovery from knee surgery reduced his effectiveness this season--maybe enough to overcome the fact that he is team captain and a two-time w i n n e r o f p l a y o f f M V P awards. Tom Boerwinkle or Dennis Awtrey of Chicago .might be grabbed by New Orleans. The Bulls figured to make one of the centers available in the expansion draft. "It ould break my heart if Awtrey is not available," Bertka said befor available," Bertka said before getting the player lists."But I wouldn't mind seeing Boerwinkle, either." "We would like a starter to complement Pete in the back court at the other guard," Bertka added. "We'd also like to get a forward who could cover a (Bill) Bradley or (Jim) McMillan at one spot and a big inside forward at the other who can hit the boards." SILVER is the answer. ,,***** DOLLAR DEVALUATION «*«* NATIONAL DEBT Guard your future! Be early, buy while prices are low and silver is attainable! · Silver bars or medallions · 99 9 tt o pure silver · Take possession--easy to store · Bonded representative · Prompt delivery PAT MILLER Phone 343-1792 P.O. Box 6479 Charleston, W. Va. 25302 Built Orb^Me A flantit Ocean's Finesrfish/ng Grounds · COMPLETE TACKlXSHOP · SNACK BAR ROD 8 REEL RENTALS "Tht Comfkte family Pier" ^ "Where 'ATLANTIC BEACH, N.C. 28512 Ken Bradley, Mgr. Phone 919/726-3176 t*************************£ the big ones fcile." Kanawha City Store Only OPEN DAILY 10-10; SUN. 1-7 SUN. f MON.JUE. 5 .196 7 .195 Norman Cin 3 .183 Caldwell SF 8 .181 Rookcr Pgh 7 175 Moffitt SF 6 .169 Hough LA 6 .161 Dierker Htn 6 .160 Brewer LA 2 .141 Linzy Phi 4 125 Capra Atl 3 120 Matlack NY Griffin Htn Rau LA B Reynolds Bal Miller Det BCampbell Min G.Perry Cle Sells Cal DalCanton KC Blyleven Min Fingers Oak Lindblad Oak Foucault Tex wise Bos T.Murphy Mil Drago Bos Hunter Oak Clyde Tex Singer Cal Segui Bos Jenkins Tex J.Perry Cle Lee Bos LaGrow Det Splittorff KC Tanana Cal Bahnsen Chi Medich NV Grimsley Bal McNally Bal Busby KC Kline NY Fi;zmorris KC Cuellar Bal Stoltlemyre NY Forster Chi Palmer Bal HolUman Oak B.Johnson Cle Kline Cie Coleman Det C.Wright Mil Decker Min Slaton Mil Hargan Tex Kaat Chi Wood Chi Dobson NY McDowell NY Stoneman Cal Blue Oak M.Lolich Det M.Pattm KC Tiant Bos N.Ryan Cal Selma Cal Bibby Tex G.Jackson Bal Cleveland Bos Peterson Cle Tidrow Cle V.arichol Bos Colborn Mil Hands Min Fryman Det IP H BB SO W L ERA Messrsmth LA 20 20 1 13 3 0 0.44 Klson P 9 Pgh i Chi 42 37 13 38 5 2 1.28 J ° h " LA . 27 22 B 17 2 1 1.65 SuMon LA 74 48 25 46 5 1 1.81 , " man J:, 14 13 3 7 1 2 1.88 Lonborg Phi 22 14 12 18 2 1 2^05 l osa S - g , 71 63 14 53 3 5 2.13 3arman StL 33 27 25 18 29 17 27 22 19 12 26 21 78 68 5 31 7 9 9 25 4 1 2 14 Swan NY 1 2 2J6 Gullett Cin 1 2 2 17 Osteen Htn 9 "\1 2 2 2 30 McGlothen StL 7 8 1 2 2'33 Rogers Mtl 7 10 2 1 2.39 Seaver NY 7 30 6 3 2.40 ^ ro ' sbncs P 40 40 17 15 3 0 2.43 °TM le V SF 73 66 31 51 5 2 2.45 Grei1 SD 25 24 10 24 2 2 2.49 Schueler Phi 85 65 10 51 6 4 2.52 Nelson Cm 52 38 17 15 3 2 2.58 Fraihng Chi 71 74 15 20 4 4 2.65 Ru'hven Phi 60 50 21 18 3 3 2.70 P.Niekro Atl 63 69 15 18 4 3 2.86 DaRoberts Htn 77 74 30 44 3 5 2.91 Siebert StL 70 66 30 41 5 2 2 96 Biilmgham Cm 69 60 20 30 6 2 2^99 Brett P 9" 58 50 14 32 4 3 3.07 A.Foster StL 54 64 13 27 3 2 3.31 Morton Atl 72 64 24 53 6 3 3.38 £ arl '°" , Phl 26 26 5 6 2 2 3.46 Ree ° At J_ 35 41 15 11 3 1 3.53 Hard X SD *c ^T ic ni o -3 T en Downing LA 45 43 15 23 3 3 3.57 T -, r .,, ?,,, IP H BB SO W LERA 45 32 10 45 3 3 1.59 65 54 16 33 6 1 1.65 48 40 16 19 2 2 1.66 26 14 5 16 3 2 2.05 17 8 4 17 3 I 2.08 55 45 21 31 2 3 2.10 16 12 2 9 4 2 2.16 12 10 3 4 2 2 2.19 23 13 15 25 1 2 2.28 43 34 6 44 4 1 2.28 61 42 30 45 5 1 2.36 41 34 9 24 3 1 2.40 66 50 21 48 4 0 2.43 22 18 11 11 2 1 2.45 21 16 13 11 2 2 2.49 61 55 16 36 5 1 2.49 68 48 17 45 6 2 2.63 64 55 17 54 4 1 2.66 60 65 16 27 3 3 2.69 23 19 17 8 3 0 2.74 19 15 8 7 2 1 2.79 18 16 11 7 1 2 2.89 42 39 20 29 3 3 2.98 61 69 24 18 4 4 3.08 43 38 18 31 5 1 3.09 59 47 19 35 6 1 3.20 72 63 14 73 2 4 3.24 33 27 8 14 3 1 3.27 62 55 23 37 3 4 3.32 40 35 19 22 2 3 3.35 50 54 23 23 1 3 3.38 48 34 18 23 2 3 3.38 42 56 16 19 2 3 3.40 49 40 29 32 2 1 3.47 66 66 26 52 4 3 3.51 63 69 17 19 5 4 3.55 38 38 14 21 2 3 3.55 55 55 19 29 5 2 3.60 44 49 15 30 3 3 3.63 46 49 18 20 1 3 3.69 73 71 29 37 5 3 3.70 64 64 31 49 4 3 3.78 54 59 10 26 5 3 4mOO 67 72 23 21 5 4 3.59 42 30 15 32 2 3 3.61 66 65 32 29 2 4 3.66 Torrez Mtl Stone NY Bonham Chi 20 26 6 10 2 1 28 25 15 18 1 2 4.05 4.08 62 83 ,2 24 3 5 3.77 *%^^ i , ,,, Willoughby SF J J . 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I JS II .1 II 5"25 KonTcz^Htn " 1 9 1 3 tiM «E*?!."r.«." 44 61 9 21 25 28 11 21 40 53 22 12 15 19 12 6 39 50 21 18 3 5.44 2 6.12 4 6.25 2 6.32 6.41 50 62 25 32 3 6 6.44 11 13 44 44 18 26 IS 21 27 38 42 47 17 21 1 4 5.64 WcGraw NY 4 4 2 2 5 79 Br y anl SF 13 8 1 3 7.11 7 7 2 1 7.16 12 14 1 3 7.23 28 42 13 16 20 25 12 23 16 27 11 1 4 7.07 8 7 0 3 7.62 17 15 1 4 8.27 6 10 0 3 9.00 14 12 0 3 9.56 C78xl3 E78xl4 F78xl4 F78xl5 G78xl4 G78x15 H78xl4 H78xl5 22.88 23.88 24.88 24.88 25.88 25.88 26.88 26.88 17,00 100 21.00 23.00 1.99 2.24 2.41 2.42 2.55 2.63 2.77 2.82 KM 100 4-FULL-PLY POLYESTER CORD -. BtACKWALLS Reg. 20.88 S 878x13 15 Plus F.B.T. 1.83 Bach WHITEWALLS 2.44 MORE EACH All TIRES PIUS F.E.T. EACH MOUNTED FREE · NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED .Large Cars Higher " f Air-conditioned Cars 2.00 More- Torsion Bars Extra ~ YOUR CHOICE OF SERVICE SPECIALS 4 H.D. SHOCKS and or BALL JOINTS and All Work Done By Trained Mechanics · ShocksandAlignment. Install 4 heavy- duty shocks, align front end on most U.S. cars. Charge it at K mart. Save! Ball Joints and Alignment. Replace upper or lower ball joints and align front end on most U.S. standard and compact cars. Charge It! ALIGNMENT ALIGNMENT Keg. 47.82-50.34 32 Eac/i 4 Days Only DO-IT- YOURSELF AUTO SPECIALS 25 43 5 12 0 4 7.82 15 17 12 6 0 3 10.57 Goolagong Leads Aussies NAPLES, Italy ( A P ) - V i c - tories by Evonne Goolagong and Diane Fromholtz Saturday qualified Australia for the finals in the Federation Tennis Cup singles competition. Miss Goolagong defeated Britain's Virginia Wade 6-4. 6-2 and Miss Fromholtz beat Britain's Glynis Coles 6-3, 2-6, 6-2. The tournament, is the equivalent for women of the international Davis Cup comp e t i tirjr. Local Trout Group to Meet The Kanawha Valley chapter of Trout U n l i m i t e d will meet Wednesday evening at the C P Telephone Co. recreation (TEROC) off W.Va. 14 near Alum Creek. There will be a short business meeting, a fly casting demonstration, i n s t r u c t i o n and tips, and election of new officers. Picnic facilities are available for those who wish to bring a picnic supper. The club gate will be unlocked for entrance between 5:30 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. Any interested persons are invited to attend, and to bring thoiruishing rod for practice. | Puritan's Full Fashioned Ban-Ion K n i t Shirt The world's favorite knit. Nothing looks, lasts or launders like the Puritan" Full-Fashioned Ban-Lon Brookview. Knit to fit, no underarm bind. Full-Fashioned collar. Machine wash and dry. Sizes S-M-L-XL. Bottle green-plum, sun-mist, coral, blue-mist, ruby-red, navy or white. Charleston-Gateway s c°±° -St. Alba Nitro--'Madison--Ckndenin Puritan's Polyester Cotton Walk Shorts Polyester cotton walk shorts designed by Puritan and styled with comfort and movability. Permanently pressed. Solid colors or plaids. Navy, blue, yellow or brown. Sizes 32-40. H.D. TUNE-UP KIT 1.73 73 Reg. 2.17-2.67 Includes points, ro- I tor, condenser. For [_ most A m e r i c a n cars. Save K MART'SPARK PLUGS Reg. 56?-4 Days C o m p a r e s w i t h leading national brands. Save! Resistor Plugs, 63? Ea. TUNE YOUR CAR" MANUAL Reg. 3.58-4 Doys Easy-to-understand 4% m a n u a l explains ^£ how to tune most c a r s . Illustrated. Steel Car Ramps Reg. 26.44 4 Days Guide track holds ramps steady. Supports up to 3 Tons j % · " v v ' v . ^V/ SPARK PLUG WIRES SET Reg. 6.63--4 Days Q u a l i t y s e t f o r most 8 - c y l i r i d e r cars. Caps included. CARBURETOR CLEANER *eg. 1.37 --4 Days Combustion chamber and carburetor cleaner in 15-oz." spray. · MM wt. ; HANDY FENDER COVER Reg. 2.37 --4 Days · Cover protects fen- V 88 ders from grease, · paint or knicks. 4-PIECE TUNE-UP KIT Reg. 26.38--4 Days Compression, dwell- ^) V 88 tach. vacuum-fuel pump testers, light. PAIR OF HEAVY- OUT? JACK STANDS PR. l Floor--Men's !)cpt. Charleston Store Only DELUXE FRONT FLOOR MATS Reg. 6.68 4 Days 5.76-5.30 4 Days Your choice of full- or twin-size rrfats of durable rubber. Modern styling in fashion colors. Save. Front and Roar Mat Sat ...... 6.56 Two-ton jack stands with strong triangular design to assure stability. Chain-attached lock pins. Automotive Items Available at Kanawha fyty Store Only

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