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July 23, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 45

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W«tf Virgin^-, .- 7U~-July 23, 1972 Sunday Mohler, Carroll, Carpenter to Play Together Monday iw 1.1 ~~cTn -·"'-* *rf the top contenders-- MohlerSally Carroll and Nell Carpenter--will gay together Monday in the qualifying round for the West Virginia Women's Golf Tournament. They are scheduled to tee of ' at 10:15 a.m. on the 5,799-yard Guyan course. Miss Mohler of Beckley is defending champion. The long- hitting niece of Ed Tutwiler defeated Mrs. Carpenter of Clarksburg in the finals last year at Parkersburg. Miss Carroll is a seven-time champion. The Wheeling schoo teacher last won in 1970 at Kanawha Country Club. THE FIELD of 112 ladies will begin playing at 8 a.m. Monday The low 16 qualifiers will make up the championship flight for match play starting Tuesday. The finals will be held Friday. The state tournament is returning to Huntington for the first time since 1923. In that year only 27 ladies took part. Among the top Kanawha Valley ladies entered are Mrs. Helena Evans, Mra. William Tattersall, Mrs. John Kaemmerer, Miss Judy Volosin, Miss Janet Volosin, Mrs. Henry Payne, Mrs. Betty Dean Davis and state president Mrs. Dotty Talbott. Monday's pairings follow: Monday's Pairings 8 a.m.--Mrs. Jennings Wilson, Parkers- burs; Mrs. Patty Dennis, Huntlnoton; Mrs. F. L. Maddy, Minion. 8:05 a.m.--Mrs. John Carenbauer, Wheeling; Mrs. Stanley Newbrander, Weirton; Miss Sally Garten, Hlnton. 8:10 a.m.--Mrs. 8. W. Ernhardt, Huntington; Mrs. Ellen W. Burt, Wheeling; Mrs. Harold McCarty, Hurricane 8:15 a.m.--Mrs. Andrew D'Antonl, Huntington; Mrs. Ernest A. Starr, Weirton; · Miss Louise Tharp, Bridgeport 8:25 a.m.--Mrs. Walter. Haskett, Fairmont; Mrs. Johanna Wise, Huntington; Mrs. Dorothy Mooney, Weirton. 8:30 a.m.--Miss Maxlne May, Hutrt- ington; Mrs. Betty J. Link, Weirton; Mrs. Drury Haltlold, Barboursville. 8:35 a.m.--Mrs. James M. Garvey - Weirton; Mrs. Betty Jo Guidice, Charleston; Mrs. Ben Feagans, Huntington. 8:50 a.m.--Mrs. Jack Eblin, Hunting ton; Mrs. Marshall G. Murrell, Bar boursville; Mrs. Fred McClure, Charles ton. 8:55 a.m.--Mrs. Connie P. Steel, Park ersburg; Mrs. Gilbert S. Meem, Bluefield; Mrs. John Anderson, Hurricane 9 a.m.--Mrs. John Bonhan, Charleston Mrs. Roy Purviance, New Cumberland Mrs. Sherman Oils, Parkersburg. 9:05 a.m.--Mrs. E. T. Hosklns, Hunt ington; Miss Anna Louise Klrby, Bar boursville; Mrs. Catherine Little, Weir Ion. 9:10 a.m.--Mrs. James D. Burton Huntington; Miss Lois Woodyard, Charleston; Mrs. Lev! J. Dean, Huntington. 9:15 a.m.--Mrs. M. A. Davis, Hunt Ington; Miss. C. Rhadlne Reed, Weir ton; Mrs. James R. Smith, St. Marys. f. Richards, u.'._»;i^"" ..',""·. »»°rsB =· Hopkins, «r»bu"Bton Mls» Annalaa Mlraela, Park- ,ld*-Z-^^"£ n f r « «!»"· »W- · . , - Mr». Don*Id L. Clayton, Welr- Charleston. [nston; ten; M ta^li ^pMK'J'n Tat^lTcharie*." ton; Mrs. J. F. Kaatnmtrer, Charleston. '·'* a.m.--Mrs. Pau Morton, Fayette...... Mrs. Paul Hlte, Huntlnston; T MrT C. McDonald England, Huntington. Ington; .«» Brenda Smithy White Sul- ·*»' Miss Judy Volosin, Clendenln. 9:55 a.m.-Mlss Carol Moore, Parkers- burs; Mrs. Helen L, Shreves, Mounds- ton ntV E " Payne ' Cnsrlw 10 B.m--Mrs. Edward Stumop, Wheel- ns; Miss Patricia Faller, Huntlnston; Ms .» . N «"LV Am. Bunton, Huntlnston, SALLY CARROLL Seven-Time Champion , . M."~ J "J lc * v °to»ln, Clen- Miss Karen Murphy, Wheeling; Mrs. John F. McCluskey, Clarksbure. 10:10 a.m.--Mrs. William Gllmore, Parkersburs; Miss Sue Vail, Mounds vlll*; Mrs. Betty W. Davis, Charleston! 10:15 a.m.-Mlss Llssa Mohler, Charle£ n; Miss Sally Carroll, Wheeling; Mrs. Mel Carpenter, Clarksburs. 10:30 a.m.-Mlss Vickie Bardwell, Jharlesfon; Miss Ann Merrltt, Beckley; Mrs. Atwood Hanlng, Wheeling. 10:35 a.m.-Mrs. Alfreds Wilde, Sum- ersvllle; Mrs. Dale Sanders, Fair- nt; Mrs. ph'lHP Sasser, Huntlnston. 10:« a.m.--Mrs. John E. Fidler, Sum- mersvllle; Mrs. Harry E. Jackson, Huntington; Mrs. Kennatn L. Darlington, Charleston. 10:45 a.m.--Mrs. Arsle M. Moore, Glen Diehl's Cops Season Title POCA--Diehl's Pizza captured two wins last week to run its record to 12-1 and capture the regular season championship in the Poca Parks and Recreation summer basketball senior league. In other action last week, The Stag Shop, led by Kenny Hager's 37 points, romped over Arthur's 82-51 and Burt Lett's 26 points paced Gaten's to a 74-66 win over the Stag Shop. Tournament play begins this week in all leagues. The tournament winner in each league will play the regular season champion for the league championship. Senior Leasu* Last wctk'i Results Diehl's Pizza 67, Gaten's Funeral Home 50. Diehl's - Denver Allen 30, Mike Kelly 15, Junior Allen 12, Jerry Jividen 12. Galon's - Garv (Vborno IS. The Stag Shop 82, Arthur's Fabric Center 51. Stao Shop-Kenny Hager 37, Mike Davis 17, Victor Donalson 10. Arthur's Steve Smith 17, Mark Hodges 14, Tim Wlthrow 10. Diehl's Pizza 87, Arthur's Fabric Center, 57. Diehl's · Mike Kelly 21, Jerry Jividen 20, Denver Allen 19, Steve Brown ing 17. Arthur's - Mark Hodges 17, Steve Smith 17. Gaten's Funeral Home 74, The Stag Shoo 66. Gaten's- B«J Lett 26, Allen Osborne V, Bruce Knell 10. Stag Shop Mike Davis 22, Kenny Hager 18, Victor Donalson 12. Senior Leagua Standings Team W L Team W L -Diehl's 12 1 Arthur's 3 8 Gaten's f S Stag Shop 3 10 Blake's 5 5 * - Regular Season Champion This Week's Tournament Schedule Tuesday 7 p.m. - Arthur's vs. Stag Shop Wednesday 6 D.m. - Gaten's vs. winner. Arthur's- Sing Shop Thursday 7 p.m. - Diehl's vs Wprfnesday's winner Intermediate Standings Team W L Team W L ·Marshall 8 4 Kentucky 5 West Virginia 6 6 UCLA 5 * - Regular season champions Junior League Team W L Team W L "W. Vs. Stats 9 4 Morris Harvey 4 9 *W. Vs. Tech 9 4 Fairmont - 4 9 * - Playoff to decide regular season champion Monday wit; Mr*. Fred Cavallaro, ' Morgantown. 10:50 a.m.--Mrs. Charles Peoples, Huntlnston; Miss Mary Francis Adklns, funtlnston; Mrs. Martin E. Talbott, Charleston. 0:55 a.m.--Mrs. J. Marshall Hawkins, Huntington; Mrs. Mike Saline, Fairmont; Mrs; Virginia Hawkins, Parkersburs. 11 a.m.--Mrs. Thomas G. Anas, Weir- on; Mrs. A. Karl Summers, Parkersburg; Mrs. Clyde Thornburs, Barboors ·Hie. 11:05 a.m.--Mrs. Jack Whitney, Clarks- jurg; Mrs. Anna Mae Poulos, Weirton; Mrs. M. B. Hardwlck, Huntington. 11:20 a.m.--Mrs. Leonard J. Tracy, Hurricane; Mrs. Edward W. Mootz, Hunf- ngton; Miss Eleanor Smiers, Fairmont. 11:25 a.m.--Mrs. Chester A. Rlley, Huntington; Mrs. Donald Fluharty, Park- rsburg; Mrs. Bill J. Wellman, Point 'leasant. 11:30 a.m.--Mrs. John Crews, Hunt- ngton; Mrs. Barbara Wharton, Sum- mersvllle; Mrs. Frank C. Bennett, Madson. 11:35 a.m.--Mrs. Phyllis H. Goodrich, ·luntlngton; Mrs. Robert G. Adkins, o'nt P|o»^^n»; Mrs. Wenry Bode, H'_*rt- Ington, 11:40 ».m.-Mrs. Alice M. Icard, Poin MRS. WILLIAM TATTERSALL Playing State Tourney FOR THE BOSS Chiefs Hope To Win for Hunt Against Giants at Hall of Fame CANTON, Ohio (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs try to celebrate their boss Lamar Hunt's induction into the National Football League Hall of Fame here Saturday with a preseason victory over the New York Giants. The veteran Chiefs are expected to beat the revamped Giants in the nationally-televised (ABC contest in Fawcett Stadium, adjacent to the Hall of Fame. Hunt, 39-year-old owner and president of the Chiefs, is one of four 1972 enshrinees, which ranks along with the 1970 class as the smallest since the pro grid shrine opened in 1963. The inductions of Gino Marchetti, Ollie Matson, Clarence "Ace" Parker and Hunt will jump the total of pro football greats to 74 in the Hall of Fame. PARKER HUNT rade, the inductions on the Hall of Fame steps at 1 p.m. (EDT) follow on Saturday. Agnew May Show Vice President Spiro Agnew, however, may put in an ap pearance. Hall of Fame director Dick Gallagher said he would know later in the week whether Agnew, like the President, a sports buff, will attend. The induction ceremonies were moved up nearly one hour when President Nixon watched the enshrinement of the late Vince Lombard!, Jim Brown, Y.A. Tittle, Andy Robustelli, Frank "Bruiser" Kinard, Norm Van Broddin and Bill Hewitt. The President will not attend this year's weekend activities, Friday night. A morning pa- Pleasant; Mrs. Rosanna Shoemaker Huntington; Mrs. Kirk J. David, Hunt ington; Mrs, Paul H. Petty, Huntington Huntington Leads E-K Huntington is the only undefeated team in the fast-pitch softball league after the opening week. The Cabell County team scored a 6-2 victory over McCormick Office Supply in its only game last week and leads the standings with a 1-0 record. Only six inning games will be jlayed this week to allow the eague to finish two games nightly. E-K Standlnw W L Team W 1 1 Huntington I 0 1 Save Supply 2 1 Church Softball MM Team Central St. Marks .. First Presbv Starter B'oal Jacob . Elk Hills ... Emmanuel .. Grace woman W L Team W L . * 0 Morris Manx 4 0 . 4 T Central .4 2 St. Marks .. . 5 4 First Presby . 3 2 Emmanoel . . 3 2 Elk Hills ... . 2 2 Mt. Olivet . 1 3 B'nal Jacob . S 2 . 4 2 .. 3 . 2 2 . 2 2 . 1 4 . 0 3 0 A Dun. Calvary 1 7 Starcher First Naz. ...06 Last Week's Stan Vic Slamon, Starcher; Chuck Johnson, Grace; Henry Kanner, B'nal Jacob; Fred Smith, Dunbar; Rooor Arthur, Central; Harold Spanclcn, Elk Hills; Ken Sayre, Emmanuel; Harry King, St. Marks; Fritz Wlseouo, Presbv. Women Evelyn Hwraon, St. Marts; Lean Dolin, Mt. Olivet; Linda Copley, Emmanuel; Beverly Vigadi, B'nal Jacob; Micki Black, Elk Hills; Glenrra Bess, Starcher; Betsy Howie, Presby; Tonl Maxwell, Central; Brenda Gibson, Morris. ThU Week's Sehedvl. Monday 6 p.m.--'Morris Memorial vs. St. Marks; 7:15 p.m.--'B'nal Jacob vs. Elk Hills; 8:30 p.m.--B'nai Jacob vs. Elk Hills; 9:45 p.m.--Emmanue! vs. Central. Tuesday (, o.m.--'Mt. Olivet vs. Stsrcner; 7:15 D.m.--'Emmanuel vs. Central; 8:30 D.m. | --B'nzi Jacob vs. First Nuzoreo*; »:5i p.m.--Elk Hills vs. St. Marks. I Wednesday I p.m.--*Emmsr,u«l vs. Elk Hills; 7:15! p.m.--'Morris Memorial «. B'rM! Jactto: i 8:30 n.m.--St. Marks vs. Grace; 9:45| om.--First Nmtrenf v*. P'rwX Jwoo. I Thursday « p.m.--*Mt. Olivet vi. B'na! .Meob; 7:15 p.m.--*Errrmanu*l vs. Morris Memorial; 8.JO o.m.--Grace vs. First Nazar-| ene; 9:45 p.m.--Emmom/el vs. St. M-vks.: Friday I f, o.m.-'Starcher vs. Mt. Olivet; 7:15 i a.m.--Erk H'lls vs. Central; 8:30 p.m.-'Elk HHfc vs. St. Marts; 9:45 p.m.--I "Elk Hills vs. Stercher. i Team Tape Shack Amherst McCormJcks 0 1 Heck's Thli Week's Schtdula Monday 6:10 p.m.--Tape Shack vs. McCormlcks 7:25 p.m.--Huntington vs. Save Supply Tuesday ri:45 p.m--Heck's vs. Amherst Wednesday 6:10 p.m. Huntington vs. Amherst Thursday :in p.m.--Heck's vs. McCormlcks :25 p.m.--Heck's vs. Huntington Friday :10 p.m.--Save Supply vs. McCormlcks 7:25 p.m.--Amherst vs. Tape Shack Reds to Hold Camp at Logan LOGAN--The Cincinnati Reds will hold a tryout camp at the Logan High baseball field begin ning at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Ail players between the ages of 16 and 22 are invited to the camp. Cincinnati scouts Gene Ben nett, Jim Vennari and Cecil Lacy will conduct the tryouts and al boys must furnish their own uniform, glove and shoes. GOT YOU BUGGED? Why put up with annoying vibration in your car another mile longer? Our skilled tire truing and wheel balancing experts can take the edge off of tire imperfections for a smooth vibration-free ride. And, best of all, you'll get more miles out of your tires. Drive in today for a vibration-free ride and more tin mileage. ONLY $1095 19 Pit-Stop Tires 4O8 BROAD ST. across from The Heart-0-Town Ph. 342-6118 In 1971, seven joined the hall to accommodate the Chiefs, who will be the first team to attend an enshrinement en masse. The Giants will present a new look against a veteran Kansas City defensive unit spearheaded by linebackers Bob Bell, Jim Lynch and Willie Lanier, recovered from an off-season knee tirantnt of safety Johnny Rob- insoo. Otherwise, Kansas City, re- turus moot of the same personnel that produced a" 10-3-1 record and won an American Football Conference Western Division title before losing to the Miami Dolphins in the playoffs. New Y o r k no longer has scrambling quarterback, but a pair of pocket type passers. The Giants traded scrambler Fran Tarkenton back to the Minnesota Vikings after a 4-10 season last year. In return, New York picked up Norman Snead from the Vikings, Snead and ex-Atlanta Falcon's Randy Johnson will battle for Tarkenton's oil job. Defense Hurt Giants Lack of a defense stymied the Giants a year ago. New York has tried to strengthen its defensive line by trading a No. 1 draft choice to Cleveland for the Browns' defensive end Jack Gregory. Compounding the defensive MATSON MARCHETO tackle problems, Jim Kanicki _ . ... . . . . Tlus will be the second meet- has been sidelined with an injury and Roland Lakes has retired. opening with a civic banquet operation. The chiefs secondary has been weakened by the re- L BhandL SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE FINAL REDUCTIONS LAST 7 DAYS TROPICAL-DOUBLE KNIT. 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