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July 6, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 50

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1C y 6, 1975 · Sim4r ,Wll(-.ViiJ TOWN FAIR Carl Hatfield Runs Away From 109 Starters in S.A. By Bob FretweU Carl Hatfield ran away from a field of 109 starters Saturday to win the St. Albans 10.000-meter run. The former All-American runner at West Virginia University and the present guiding force in West Virginia Track Club moved away from Eddie Hereford of North Carolina Track Club after a mile in the jaunt through the streets of St. Albans. Hatfield, the runner-up in last year's inaugural event, won with a time of 31 minutes, 23.7 seconds over the 6.21-mile course. . "I know I ran the first three miles under a five-minute-a-mile pace," Hatfield smiled. "After that, the heat and the humidity got to me. Spectators told me 1 had about a quarter mile lead at the end of the first loop (four miles), and I wasn't going to look back. That's a negative thing." Hatfield kept trucking in a positive manner, but his time was higher than the winning effort at 31:16.2 turned in last year by Kim IS'utter of Parkersburg. "After the first mile, I felt like I should have after five miles," Hereford, a St. Albans High School graduate said. He was runner-up in 33:11.24. Rounding out the top 10 were Jerry Dotson of Marshall University. John Frazier of St. Albans High School, Roger Rouiller of Parkersburg, Fred Waybright of Fairmont, John Welch of the U. S. Marine Corps, Paul Cantrell of Morris Harvey College, Brian Sloan of St. Albans and Norm DeRosa of Fairmont West High School. The race, drawing 109 starters in 80 de- Shorter Captures 10,000 Meter Run STOCKHOLM (AP) - Frank Shorter, the U.S. Olympic marathon champ, won the 10,000-meter event here Saturday in an excellent time of 27 minutes, 57.6 seconds. Pekka Paivarinta of Finland, who led for more than half of the distance, was second with Anders Garderud of Sweden third. gree temperature, was sponsored by the St. Albans Civitan Club. Union Carbide and CP Telephone Co. Among the class winners was Debbie Heald, the first woman to cross the finish line in 40:57. * * » UPCOMING EVENTS: July 13 - Northern W. Va. AAU Hour Run, 7 p.m., WVU Coliseum track: July 19 -- 10-mile run, 4 p.m.. Prickett Creek Road, Fairmont; July 19 -- 24-hour relay, noon, Marshall University track; July 26 -- Putnam County Midway Fair 6-mile run. 10:30 a.m.. Hurricane High School. Drastic improvement over a year's span was shown by. among others, John Mandeville (from 50 minutes to 42:02); Arden Rollins, who's 51-years-old (from 46:20 to 40:33); Jim Young (from 41:40 to 36:47); Paul Bowman (from 44:14 to 39:26); Frank Offutt (from 44:35 to 39:59); John Frazier (from 39:22 to 34:33); Terry Carmichael (from 41:04 to 37:21); and John Pianfetti, who's 67 (from 56:18 to 53:28). Hatfield's time last year was 32:59.4. He bettered that performance by 1:35.7 Saturday. ST. ALBANS 11,000 METERS Over-All Finish I C a r l H a t f i e l d ( 3 1 : 2 3 . 7 ) ; 2, Eddie H e r e f o r d ( 3 3 - 1 1 241- 3, J e r r y Dotson 133:59); 4. John Frazier (34'33); 5, Roger Rouiller 134:37); 6, Fred Waybright 134:30); 7, John Welch (34:47); 8, Paul Cantrell (34:56); 9 Brian Sloan (35:21); 10, Norm DeRosa (35:24) II Tim Koon (35:32); 12, Tom Jackson (36:08); 13, Richard Mansfield (36:15); 14, Jim Young (36:47); 15, Dave Kline (36:48); 16, John Dotson (37:01); 17, Rudy Williams (37:18); 18, Steve Kerns 137:20); 19, Terry Carmichael (37:27); 20, Al Anson 137:49) 21, Charlie Spainhour (38:08); 22, Chet Bowers (38:32); 23 Donald Kisterson (38:38); 24, Gary Eggleton (38:56); 25 Frank Lennis (39:05); 26, Roger Backus (39:25); 27, Paul Bowman (39:26); 28, Jim Horn (39:43); 29, Frank Offutt (39:57); 30, Arden Rollins (40:33) 31, Bill Horn (40:34); 32, Debbie Heald (40:57); 33, Dave McCuSkey (41:16); 34, Mike Anson (41:11); 35, JohnLukens(4l:16); 16, OrvilleBrown(41:17); 37, R. A. Taylor (41:23); 38, Thornton Stover (41:25); 39, John Mandeville (42:02); 40, Al Cheely (42:03) 41, Jim Settle (42:14); 42, Echols Hansbarger (42:30); 43 Bob Fretwell (42-:36), 44, Terry Pauley (42:41); 45, Dan Burgess (43); 46, Willard Hess (43:03); 47, Mike Simpson (43:37); 48, Donna Barnham (43:38); 49, Mike Ellis (43:39); 50, Jack Koch (43:40) 51 Arthur Thompson (44:13); 52, Glen Gillenwater (44-16); 53, Ed Canterbury (44:30); 54, Bryant Bowman (44-46); 55, Bill Jeorg (44:49); 56, Worley Stout (45:31); Charles W. Allen (45:33); 58, Mike Mudd (45:33); 59, Ed Dupree (45:40); 60, David Rollins (46:37) 61, Joe Young (46:48); 62, Richard Jackson (46:53); 63, John Falden Jr. (47:05); 64, Gilbert Sigman (47:09); 65, Mike Haddix 147:17); 66, Steve Fox (47:18); 67, Frank Branner (47:31); 68, W. B. Horn (47:35); 69, Nathaniel Hefner (47:45); 70, Bob Medley (48:20) 71, Craig Bias (48:35); 72, Jim Jones (48:50); 73, Brian Brattlaef (49:25); 74, Charles T. Spainhour (49:19); 75, Tom Austin (50:12); 76. Jim PiecCy (50:59); 77, Dick Henderson (51:07); 78, Mark Allison (51:34); 7?, Jim Carrier 151:43); 80, George Myers (52) 81, R. E. Connell (52:05); K, GordonMcPhte (52:U); 83. John PLanfetti (53:28); M, Kenny Basinger (53:49); 85, Chris Earhardls 156:«); 86, Pat Henderson (56:47); 87, Ann Henderson (56:50); 88, Bill Kern (57:37); 89, Mike Murrin (57:43); 90, Nelson Paten (58-58) 91, Randy Striblen (58:59); 92, Dan Barnett (59:13); 93, Jim Hughes (59:14), V4, Darren Sifford (59:29); 95, Benjy Hamm (59:14); 96, Danny Siilord; 97, Tammy Porter; 98, Bradley Hamm CLASS WINNERS 0-11: Kenny Bassinger (53:49) 11-14: Mike Anson (41:11) 15-19: Jerry Dotson (33^59); John Fraiier (34:33); Brian Sloan (35:21) 20-24: Paul Cantrell (34:56); Tom Jackson (36:08); Jim Young (36:47) 25-29: Carl Hatfield (31:23.7); Eddie Hereford (33:11.24); Fred Waybright (34:40) 30-34: R. A. Taylor (41:23); Ed Canterbury (44:30); Ed Dupree (45:40) 35-39: Roger Rouiller (34:37); Terry Carmichael (37:27); Al Anson (37:«) 40-44: Paul Bowman (39:26); John Mandeville (42:02); Echols Hansbarger (42:30) 45-49: W. B. Horn (47:35); Jim Jones (48:50); Dick Henderson (51:07) 50-54: Arden Rollins (40:33); Worley Stout (53:31) 55-100: Arthur Thompson (44:13); Frank Branner (47:31); Nathaniel Hefner (47:45); John Pianfetti :53:28) Girls 0-14: Ann Henderson (56:50) Girls 15-19: Debbie Heald (40:57); Pat Henderson (56:49) Women"20 and over: Donna Burnham (43:38) Pele, Cosmos Blanked, 2-0 SEATTLE (AP) - Cool defense in hot temperatures carried the Seattle Sounders to a 20 victory Saturday over the New York Cosmos and superstar Pele in a nationally televised battle of North American Soccer League division leaders. The Sounders got their goals from Tommy Baldwin on a 15- foot shot in the 25th minute of the first half and a second-half penalty kick at the 82nd minute from Hank Liotart. The Sounders were successful most of the game in keeping control of the ball and mostly in keeping it away from Pele. The 33-year-old Brazilian superstar had few chances to move the ball within 20 yards of the Seattle goal, as Seattle's Paul Crossley, Arfon Griffiths and Baldwin controlled footwork along both sidelines. Baldwin's goal was set up and assisted by Crossley, who repeatedly approached Cosmo players face to face, stopped and dared them to take the ball away, nudged it past and then outran the defenders. Silver Brand Clothes V ALTO'ISO! BIG SELECTION MEN'S Suits ' Doubleknits, Swedish knits, worsteds, year round. Featuring Botany 500, Phoenix and SBC. Sizes 36 -- 52 reg ; 38 -- 52 long, 37 -- 44 short. MEN'S REG. '79.95 DOUBLEKNIT A^^*^ \toted Duos $ 39" A 3-pc. outfit! Sport coat, contrasting slacks and matching/contrasting vest. Big savinqs, hurry! V ALTO'55! GROUP OF DOUBLEKNIT A - L _ ^ _ Sport Coats $29" You'll be amazed at the big selection of solid colors and patterns in these quality tailored, wrinkle-free coats. GROUP OF FAMOUS BRAND KNIT FLARE Slacks $8"$K»» VALUES TO $18! Solids, patterns and more. Wrinkle free for super looking wear. All popular sizes. 0 f/ -Staff Photo by Lawrence Pierce St. Albans Town Fair 10,000-Meter Run Winners All From Left: Runner-Up Eddie Hereford, Zivia Williams and First-Place Finisher Carl Hatfield INIIITUES. JMY m PHONE 342-6333 CUSTOM IGNITION WIRE SET RALLY CREAM WAX CUSTOM IGNITION WIRE SET 8 Cylinder RALLY LIQUID WAX TURTLE BACK SPONGE .......... 66c «99A U.E. TUNE UP KIT _ lune up Vut WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES! AC, CHAMPION AND AUTOUTE SPARK PLUGS YOUR CHOICE DELUXE TIMING LIGHT OR MINI RESISTOR PLUGS 77C FAMOUS BRAND SHORT SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS VALUES TO $10! Plackett fronts, crew necks, tank tops, Sizes S, M, L, XI . . MEN'S YOUNG MEN'S CUT-OFFS WALK SHORTS Values to $10. Perma-press, poly blends, knits. Sizes 29 to 50 MEN'S FAMOUS BRAND SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Values to $10 . Perma-press and knits. Solids patterns. Sizes 14 '/2 to 17 ... MEN'S FAMOUS BRAND SWMWEAR Values to $7. Boxer, volleyball and racer styles. Sizes S, M, L, XL. FAMOUS BRAND CUFFED FLARE SLACKS Values to $20 each. Plaids, solids, checks and more. All sizes SELECT GROUP DOUBLEKNIT LEISURE SUITS Reg. $59.95! Luxury knit tailored styles. Popular fashion styles SELECT GROUP MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER SHOES EDTtE STOCK JMMM. IOSTOMIH i VERDE SHOES 10% OFF 20,.50 of F USE YOUR SBC CHARGE ACCOUNT 108-110 CAPITOL STRICT Abo in Beckley and Logon Brand Clothe* DOUBLE BELTED FISK SAFTI CLASSIC 2 POLYESTER CORD PLIES PLUS 2 FIBERGLASS BELTS 1988 C78-13Blackwall Tubeless Plus Fed. Ex. 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Ton TUM1ESS Tilt cooe ST«I A60-13 F60-14 G60-14 G60-15 H60-14 H60-15 160-15 FAKED WHITE »T7E«S WttE EACH 26.88 31.88 35.88 38.88 41.88 EX T»X EACH Tin $2.21 2.99 3.10 3.14 3.51 3.63 3.74 WHEEL ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCE MOST AMERICAN CARS HERE'S WHAT WE DO: · Adjust caster and camber · Adjust toe · Check steering · Final road test 1NCIUDES ? WHEELS - HI-SPEED BALANCED OFF CAR. WEIGHTS INCLUDED MAG WHEELS EXCEPTED. ·Any additional P 0 "* « *«vK« n«dtd bwl not lii'ri will tony a suppltmtnlol charge. Plara at Patrick Street Bridge and Fourth Avenue i.

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