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8D -June 6. 1976 Sunday Gaxette-Mail · Charleston, west Virginia SHORTS Pro Net Match Here Today; YMCA Offers Fitness Class Vic Sexias and Ron Bohrnstedt will play a tennis exhibition at the Charleston Tennis Club at 1:30 p.m. today. Following the singles match, the pair will play two sets of doubles with John Santrock and Bob Bias. The public is invited to the exhibitions. There is no charge for admission. Seixas is director of tennis at the Greenbrier Hotel. He has won Wimbledon singles title, the United States singles title, the U. S. doubles and French doubles titles. Bias By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Complete through games of Friday AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet Kansas City 1573 225 451 22 206 .287 New York 1577 216 421 33 197 .267 Detroit 1514 186 403 26 173 .266 Boston 1490 195 392 37 179 .263 Minnesota 1554 186 400 25 173 .257 Texas 1556 208 400 30 189 .257 Cleveland 1501 184 385 22 165 .257 Chlcayo 149! 161 371 23 146 .249 Milwaukee 1362 153 333 24 151 .244 Oakland 1653 210 381 32 186 .231 California 1678 183 333 15 169 .228 Baltimore 1500 158 342 26 142 .228 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 75 or more at bats AB R H HR RBI Pel 135 19 47 165 25 57 186 26 64 135 20 46 150 23 11 IBS 26 61 171 25 55 158 35 50 159 20 50 153 25 48 99 9 31 191 25 59 172 25 53 156 21 48 141 26 43 174 35 53 129 16 39 149 21 45 143 20 43 97 14 29 171 28 51 155 21 46 153 20 45 170 19 50 161 26 47 13 42 15 48 144 165 166 30 97 9 78 163 22 46 185 27 52 100 B 28 118 22 33 183 21 51 180 35 Lynn Bos LeFlore Det G.Srelt KC Boslock Mn Carly Cle Munson NY McRae KC Hargrove Tex Staub Det Randolph NY Poquette KC Chambilss NY Care.v Mln Belon';er Bal Patefci'C Otis KC Piniella NY Norton Det Rudl Oak RiMlller Bos B Bell Cle Harroh Tex YounlMM Garr Oil Bonds Co! Wynsyor M'n Dent Chi Rivers NY Lemon Chi Money Mil Mannlnu Cle Sharp MM Orich Bal Bochte Cal R.While NY Remy Cal North Onk KusickMin A.Johnson Det Flsk Bos HpndrlckCIC Grieve Tex Lezcano Mil HIsleMIn D.Evans Bos D.Thompson Tex 128 Muser Bal Rice Bos Ashby Cle D.Duncan Bal Ystrremskl Bos G.ScoltMM B.Downing Oil Mayberry KC PelroceMI Bos Beniquez Tex Bumbry Bfll Aaron Mil Hancy Oak Garner 0lk Randall Mln Orts Chi Chalk Col J.Snencer Chi Burleson Bos Ford Mln RandleTcx A.Rodrlguoi Pet |67 17 40 Burroughs Tex F.While KC P.Garcia Mil Braun Mln Gambl"! NY Cowcns KC 210 28 58 196 37 54 Bl 14 22 166 17 45 155 26 42 163 25 44 168 19 45 109 13 29 176 30 46 155 19 40 II 105 144 22 125 15 33 10 27 37 32 10 24 94 153 22 39 153 17 39 106 13 27 170 27 43 119 12 30 157 16 39 117 18 29 6 7 109 97 27 24 42 12 29 171 22 42 168 19 41 145 19 35 19 M 170 10 118 141 175 26 121 181 132 98 124 103 13 172 22 Eldicbarren Cal 112 5 Brohflmcr Chi P.Kelly Chi Smallcy Mln Outty Cle Br.idlord Chi ReJackson Dal DeCinces Bal Doyle Bos Bando Oak L May Bal 25 43 15 31 23 110 97 19 137 124 93 102 111 134 166 71 126 15 12 10 29 24 40 26 25 22 17 31 11 28 II 21 15 23 25 30 J.Thompson Det 113 9 C Washlngtn Oak 190 26 100 II 141 132 160 13 35 14 31 16 29 138 120 89 13 14 30 26 19 162 15 34 C.May NY B.Williams Oak Porter Mil Kulper Cle Spikes Cle McKay Min RoJackson Cal Mellon Col CompanertsOak 172 18 36 Baylor Oak IB4 76 38 Sutherland Del G Tlromns Mil L Stanlon Cal Veryzer Det Singlelon Bal C.Moore Mil R Torres Cal Sundberg Tex Lahoud Cci Howeli Tex Blair Bal G.Nellies NY Mason NY 10S 10 22 75 10 15 105 6 71 130 10 25 29 17 23 23 88 8 16 165 22 30 24 152 90 125 16 125 10 B.Robinson Bat 164 78 105 19 29 16 .348 16 .345 14 .344 IB .341 26 .327 37 .324 24 .322 21 .316 26 .314 9 .314 14 .313 35 .309 18 .308 9 .308 !7 .305 34 .305 17 .302 33 .302 33 .301 10 .299 13 .298 23 297 15 .294 11 .294 25 .292 21 .297 16 .291 22 .289 14 .209 29 .282 16 281 5 .280 13 .280 23 .279 20 .278 12 .276 6 .276 14 .272 20 .271 21 .271 24 .270 30 .268 15 .266 27 .261 16 .258 10 .256 15 .257 23 .257 21 .256 4 .255 29 .255 23 .255 12 .255 29 .253 17 .252 4 .248 5 .24B 11 .248 4 .247 22 .247 5 .246 19 .246 13 .244 18 .241 14 .241 28 .240 It .240 16 .240 38 .238 12 .235 8 .235 16 .234 16 .233 24 .233 12 .232 10 .227 12 .?27 B .226 9 .226 8 .276 16 .225 10 .225 11 .224 28 .223 24 .222 II .221 19 221 II .220 23 .220 10 .220 16 .219 8 .217 8 .217 5 .213 26 .210 11 .209 24 .207 6 .204 10 .200 12 .200 14 .192 17 .191 13 .189 U .184 6 184 1 .182 21 .182 7 .180 14 .177 6 .154 6 .152 Littc-ll KC Garland Bal Foucautt Tex Buskcy Cle C.Carroll Chi J.Brown Cle Travcrs Mil Willouohby Bos Kern Cle Wood Chi D Alexander Bal Gossflfle Chi W.Campbell Min Lylc NY Brewer Cal Pattin KC Tlant Bos Tanana Cal Leonard KC P.Dobson Cle Umbarger Tex M.Torre: Oak Hiiler Det Bird KC Cleveland 8os Blue Oak Holtiman Bal Ross Git Palmer Bal BlylevenTex E FlQuerw NY D.Roowls Det Slalon Mil D.Hamilton Chi BahnsenOak Grlmsley Bal Hunter NY Singer Mln G.Perry Tf x R.May NY Fttimorris KC Jenkins Bos Briles Tex Fingers Oak Todd Oak EckersleyCie Bare Det BrobergMil D Ellis NY RuMo Det Vuckovich Chi KirkwoodCal Ryan Cfll Coleman Det Wise Bos Pole Bos Laxion Del Gold Win Colborn Mil Splittorlf KC PITCHING 4 or more decisions IP H BB S O W L ERA 27 17 14 29 3 1 0.99 43 34 14 16 5 0 27 20 7 12 5 2 25 15 8 10 2 40 29 II 23 3 67 S4 20 34 5 69 61 29 46 27 25 10 13 4 32 21 45 56 51 II 30 1.45 1.63 I 75 I 7? 1.87 1.95 2.00 2 2 0 2.24 54 43 19 17 3 2 2.30 79 60 29 60 4 3 2.37 2.45 2.50 3 I 2.70 5 2.70 44 33 26 21 39 37 13 22 20 20 6 U 20 20 6 15 78 83 18 35 7 3 2.75 94 77 2! 94 7 3 2.76 84 74 26 53 5 1 2.77 67 60 19 33 5 5 2.79 70 67 22 39 5 4 2.80 89 71 39 43 6 S 2.82 34 29 20 34 4 3 62 59 15 38 6 I 2.83 I.S9 40 38 14 15 3 1 2.90 93 99 25 45 5 5 79 85 29 19 4 2.99 3.05 70 79 15 42 3 6 3.07 101 88 44 42 6 5 3.11 95101 36 73 4 5 3.12 80 72 29 39 6 3 3.12 65 46 22 21 4 4 3.29 93 85 30 39 7 2 3.29 27 26 11 19 2 2 3.29 43 41 10 25 2 2 3.32 43 42 13 12 1 3 3.32 116 85 24 66 6 5 3.47 64 56 27 34 4 1 3.49 83 77 22 44 5 4 ' 57 39 24 31 4 2 · 3 . 5 8 3.59 66 77 17 25 5 2 3.65 78 7S 20 54 4 6 163 65 67 9 31 4 2 3.72 41 38 15 35 2 5 38 34 16 10 4 4 48 37 24 43 3 4 58 65 24 32 3 4 3.73 376 3.88 4.01 37 33 30 II 1 4 4.10 4.12 63 55 31 23 4 4 56 55 K 32 4 1 4.15 34 3! 18 23 3 1 4.24 6 1 69 16 .1? I 5 424 84 59 61 92 4 S 4.25 62 73 31 33 2 4 4.48 60 70 13 24 3 3 4.48 42 41 21 12 1 3 4.50 46 34 22 36 0 4 463 79 79 27 51 5 2 4.63 55 55 17 26 2 7 4.69 71 94 27 28 3 6 4.94 E' Rodrlcue; Mil 26 18 16 13 I 5 5.13 j.HugncsMin 46 48 21 24 1 6 5.40 39 43 35 28 2 ,1 5.54 30 31 1« 9 1 3 5.64 . Decker Mln SnrrTex DrajOiCllI Blbby«« NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet Cincinnati 1732 292 495 45 287 .286 Philadelphia 1511 253 431 38 238 .285 Pittsburgh 1635 187 436 30 182 .267 Chicago 1672 201 436 31 186 .261 SonFrancisco 1815 188 472 22 170 .260 Los Anjcles 1791 212 465 36 197 .260 New York 1770 216 454 44 204 .256 Houston 1764 2IX 46 23 IBS .253 San Diego 1551 194 390 22 182 .252 SI Louis 1725 180 428 24 166 .248 Montreal 1452 161 340 29 157 .234 Atlanta 1572 171 343 24 688 .231 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 75 or more at bats AB R H HR RBI Pet W.Robinson Pgf McBr ide StL Herndon JF Torre MY Griffey Cin G.Foster Cin Rose Cin W. Crawford StL Mllner NY Johnstone Phi DoRader SO Cey LA Cedeno Htn Montanez SF Andrews Htn R.Allen Phi MadlockChi A.Oliver Pgh Boone Phi Cardenal Chi Zisk Pyh Morgan Cin Monday Chi Garvey LA L.Roberts Htn D.Parker Pgh Toian Phi Schmidt Phi Buckner LA G.Maddox Phi J.Mangual MM D.Cosh Phi W.Davis 50 Grole NY Kranepool NY Henderson Atl Russell LA Caboll Htn Stargell Pgh Luiinski Phi ConccpclonCin Simmons StL Gross Htn Trillo Chi ReiU SF Speler SF Bowa Phi T. Perez Cin Gcronimo Cin Swlshcr Chi Fuentes SD J.Crui Hln WlnlicldSD J. Morales Chi H. Torres 5D Brock SIL Sdngulllen Pgh Harris SIL Joshua SF Millan NY Watson Htn Murcer SF Foil Mil Fooic Mil Olllce All Baker LA Stennett Pgh J. White Mil Kessinger SIL Chancy All Lacy Atl Lopes LA KlngmanNY Wynn All Milbournc Htn M.Perei Atl Rosello Chi Yeagor LA Me SD Sizemorc LA Ferguson LA Jorqcnsen Mil W.G'arrctt NY Carter MM R.McUger Htn Mackanin Mil D.Thomas SF DaRaderSF Bench Cin Malthcws SF Turner SD Pocoroba Atl Tyson StL C.Johnson Hln Parrish Mil Roysler AM Taverns Pgh Harrelson NY Unser NY Billtncr Chi Hebner Pgh Howard Htn Kendall SD McCovey SD HecCrui StL HenCru; LA R. Smith StL Thornton MM O.Evans Atl K.HcrnandlSIL I 104 128 87 114 170 174 193 132 112 115 140 178 172 207 91 82 174 159 121 201 183 145 IBS 211 78 121 89 163 213 147 109 191 181 130 172 138 146 160 136 156 182 179 15B 180 195 192 167 168 125 152 155 114 171 164 107 176 157 157 157 165 192 193 138 75 158 186 193 144 168 120 134 IDS 210 150 130 94 127 132 99 91 149 125 159 155 164 156 200 98 141 184 86 113 75 133 157 141 119 112 173 75 160 no 130 SB 144 75 139 128 134 95 15 19 13 17 42 26 44 22 20 25 18 29 33 21 9 13 20 23 19 26 22 36 42 28 13 17 10 36 22 24 20 34 24 II 22 15 21 23 19 22 29 IS 15 11 12 22 25 31 15 14 14 11 33 21 7 23 23 16 13 17 22 24 12 10 23 23 17 20 19 7 14 11 33 29 21 11 17 19 13 5 18 11 23 16 12 19 25 7 22 28 13 12 8 17 19 11 11 9 17 7 20 14 10 10 U 7 17 12 II 6 39 46 31 39 58 59 67 44 37 37 45 57 55 66 29 26 55 50 38 63 57 45 58 65 24 37 27 49 64 44 32 56 53 38 50 40 42 46 39 44 51 50 44 50 54 53 ·16 46 34 41 41 30 45 43 29 46 41 41 41 43 50 50 35 19 IO 47 50 36 42 30 31 27 5? 37 32 23 31 32 24 22 36 30 38 37 39 37 47 23 33 J3 2 0 ' 26 17 30 35 31 26 24 37 16 34 23 27 18 29 15 27 23 24 15 5 2 1 4 2 10 3 4 6 2 4 8 7 ' 2 0 2 3 5 7 5 5 7 10 3 3 4 4 15 2 2 2 0 2 1 4 4 3 0 6 7 3 2 0 0 3 0 0 5 1 2 0 1 7 5 4 0 0 1 0 1 5 4 4 2 2 1 1 2 0 0 3 0 20 5 0 1 1 7 2 0 6 3 2 4 0 4 2 1 7 7 0 0 1 5 2 1 0 1 4 0 1 1 0 1 5 4 a 4 i 0 16 .375 11 .359 6 .356 10 .342 31 .341 47 .339 24 .333 18 .333 22 .330 17 .322 24 ,321 31 .320 31 .320 17 .319 5 .319 15 .3)7 28 .316 18 .314 19 .314 14 .313 27 .311 35 .310 34 .309 25 .308 12 .305 25 .306 IB .303 37 .301 16 .300 18 .299 11 .294 27 .293 23 .293 11 .292 20 .291 20 .290 15 .298 17 .288 18 .287 34 .282 22 .280 23 .279 11 .278 20 .278 22 .277 20 .276 17 .275 36 .274 IS .272 14 .270 12 .265 18 .263 31 .263 17 .262 10 .262 16 .261 5 .261 14 .261 2 .261 10 .261 25 .260 29 .255 18 .254 5 .253 13 .253 20 .253 18 .253 14 .250 10 .250 12 .250 14 .250 7 .250 46 .248 21 .247 7 .246 6 .245 7 .244 16 .242 15 .VI 4 .242 18 .242 11 .240 17 .239 21 .239 8 .238 16 .237 11 .235 9 .235 30 .234 27 .234 8 .233 7 .230 7 .227 20 .226 20 .223 6 .220 10 .219 9 .214 21 .214 2 .213 11 .213 10 .209 7 .208 11 .205 17 .201 13 .200 21 .194 21 180 10 .179 1 .176 CujllarBnl P.Mitchell Oak 27 Id IS 1 f J . 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Caldwcll SF HallckiSF Morton Atl Oarcy Cin Swan NY P-RcuicnelChr Gn'if StL E.SotaAII Gorman Chi VWirmolstr SD PITCHING or more decisions IP H BB S O W L E R A 34 27 9 22 4 0 1.05 40 44 20 49 i 1 1.34 38 16 14 29 1 J |.61 42 40 15 26 2 3 l.« 33 27 10 12 I 3 l.»l 98 7? IS 32 10 2 2.11 70 71 22 27 5 2 2.43 35 IS 16 II 3 1 2.52 36 27 21 29 7 0 2.56 75 68 18 37 S i 2.63 33 33 14 21 3 2 2.67 83 73 26 57 6 4 7.82 82 67 20 47 5 I 2.83 57 59 16 23 6 2 2.84 69 63 15 41 6 2 2 84 62 61 20 44 5 5 2.39 61 5S 18 23 4 0 2.93 44 59 20 23 6 2 2.95 79 56 31 57 3 5 296 82 66 15 39 4 3 2.96 39 30 15 27 3 4 2.97 36 35 17 16 3 2 3.00 35 33 11 26 3 3 3.06 93 78 34 73 5 4 3.10 75 85 17 23 3 4 3 . 1 1 66 73 20 56 2 7 3.11 72 73 21 27 5 4 3.13 57 57 26 29 4 2 3.14 63 48 26 41 3 4 314 34 26 12 25 4 1 3.18 59 46 13 44 4 3 3.19 87 69 52 57 5 5 3.21 67 67 20 42 6 3 3.22 61 66 21 27 2 3 3.23 69 63 22 33 4 4 3.36 55 54 16 25 4 4 3.44 70 59 25 44 2 3 3.44 26 21 10 14 2 2 3.4f 56 59 J7 28 1 6 3.51 69 61 19 45 5 2 3.52 63 69 15 31 3 2 3.57 29 28 II IS 3 3 3.64 76 69 30 54 3 4 3.66 64 59 33 39 3 5 3.66 55 62 15 17 2 3 3.74 40 39 32 13 1 4 3.76 75 70 19 37 6 4 3.S4 44 37 30 35 I 5 3.86 64 74 35 22 3 5 3.92 75 88 31 23 J ! 4.0! 56 58 20 36 3 3 4.18 64 56 24 29 5 3 4.22 53 SO 33 14 ! 3 4.25 63 56 28 38 5 5 4.26 44 34 23 20 S 1 4.30 85 86 24 44 5 4 4.34 32 32 17 19 3 5 4.41 34 30 20 31 3 I 4.50 22 27 17 12 2 2 4.50 70 78 22 37 4 5 4.58 67 79 21 24 5 3 4.66 28 30 24 18 4 I 4.71 77 87 25 43 4 6 4.77 46 65 9 18 0 4 4.8! 61 66 27 39 3 S I.It 61 81 26 19 0 5 5.11 33 3! 20 13 2 3 5.4C 46 51 18 34 3 5 S.il 42 59 17 20 1 3 . 2 8 23 1 1 6 1 M 34 8 26 3 tlt\ 34 46 19 18 2 4 »./.' 19 27 11 10 0 4 7.4! Bohrnstedt, resident pro at the Greenbrier, is the seventh ranking player in the U. S. Professional Tennis Assn. Santrock is the pro at the Charleston Tennis Club and has won the West Virginia men's singles five times. Bias, pro and owner of the iiuntington Tennis Club, has won some GO sectional and regional tennis championships. Scotch Golf Touniey Meadowbrook Reci^tior. Club will hold a scotch foursome golf lournarntrl today. Tee off times are as follows: ILIO-C. Waiker-K. Hyde; B. riarve/-H. Miller; w. Mann-H. Myles. 12:20-A. Hyde-K. WaUer; V. Reese-0. Harvey; J. Howard-G. Brown. 12:30-J. Watson-C. Lane; B. Arnold-E. Markham; G. Kaufman-A. Ritchey. 12-40-J. Crab!ree-J. Kaufman; D. Vaughan-B. Bowling; G. Burgess-A. Slanton. 12:50-J. Bowling-W. Pullian; L. Myles-J. Reese; S Ritchie-B. Crantree. 1:00-0. Lane-B. Wade; K. Darling- tOn-V. Bardwell; A. Ward- S. Weaver. 1:10-P. Sutphln- E. McClure; G. Reynolds- B. Mann; D. Wade-R. Darling- Ion. 1:20-M. Brenan-J. Reynolds; R. Pullian-N. Ward; P. Schell-P. Sulphin. Fitness Program The Charleston YMCA is sponsoring an Early Bird Fitness class for women (16 years of age and over) starting Monday and running through July 23. The class will be held at the George Washington High School field and will consist of walking, jogging, flexibility and stretching. Participants are asked to bring a beach towel to class. No fee for the class, except that participants must be Charleston YMCA members. To register, call the YMCA at 344-3437. Brawley Post Plays John Brawley's Post 20 American Legion junior baseball team will host Kenoa at 1 p.m. today in a doubleheader at Chambers Field. The Charleston team, coached by Carl Hughes, lost two games to Williamson last weekend. Golf Lessons' The YWCA is offering'golf for beginners, taught by Edgewood pro John Crockett. Lessons will be held at Coonskin Park. Clubs are provided and balls are available for rent at 51 for bucket. Four two-week sessions are offered, beginning June 28. Cost is $20 for members, and $23 for non-members. Registration starts June 14. For additional information call the YWCA at 346-0597. Martinsville Seeks Game New Martinsville is seeking a scrimmage football game in August. Teams interested should contact Dave Cisar at the school. S. A. Cage Camp This is the 1st week to sign up for the St. Albans YMCA basketball camp, which will be held June 14-18 under the direction of St. Albans High School coach Tex Williams. For more information on the camp call the YMCA at 727-2381 or 727-1281. Swimming Classes The YWCA will hold four swimming classes starting June 28. Children's classes include mother and child, preschool, beginner, advanced beginner, intermediate and swimmer. Adult classes offered are aquacises. beginner and advanced beginner. Children's classes are $16 for members and $19 for non-members. Adult classes are $19.50 for members and $22.50 for nonmembers. Registration starts June 14. For more information call the YWCA at 346-0597. Weslcyan All-American BUCKHANNON - Frank Hedderich, a junior from Sellingsgrove, Pa., has become the first track All-American at West Virginia Wesleyan. Hedderich placed fifth in the 440 intermediate hurdles at the NCAA Division II track and field meet at Slippery Rock State College. His time was 51.5, setting a new school record. Weightlifting Meet A high school weightlifting meet will be held Saturday, June 12, at Parkersburg Community College. Weigh-ins will begin at 10 a.m. with the meet starting at 11:30 a.m. Entries will be accepted the day of the meet. Entry fee is $4. Umpires Meeting Today The Kanawha Valley Umpires Assn. will hold its annual business meeting at 6 p.m. today at Stonewall Jackson High School. Baldwin Has 247 Pin Game Loretta Baldwin started off the Blue Monday Summer Bowling League with a 247 score in her first game and wound up with a 518 series. Gloria Byrne had a 203-536 score in the league. Other league-leading bowling series include Shirley Harding's 539 series in the Friday Ladies League, Paul Spradling's 200-525 in the Sunday Night Mixed League, Vickie Carnes' 515 in the Girl Friday League and Becky Gillispie's 211-475 in the Powder Puffs League. The Rockettes team of Becky Gillispie, Helen Hoffman, Sis Spears and Wanda Nease won the Powder Puffs League title. The Rookies team of Linda Bird. Linda Haynes, Debbie Bird and Jo Ellen Graham is the Girl Friday League champion. The Buzz Buttered team of Jim and Norma Sturm and Allen and Sharon Rhodes took the Champagne League title at Robin Lanes. The Happy Hustlers team of Jim and Norma Sturm and Larry and Marguerite Ratliff .won out in the Hap$y Couples League. Champs These Horace Mann girls won the Kanawha Valley Junior High tennis championship. The team members are, from left, first row: Lynn Dawson, Laurie Lewis, Susan Meckfessel, Laureen Cooley and Tammy Hess. Standing: Suzanne Weise, Keith Kruk, Lisa Rairden, Margaret Smith, Terri Linger, Beth Mangus and coach Fred Hill. Absent was Gina Moore. WVU Open Tennis Slated July 2-5 MORGANTOWN-The West Virginia University Open Tennis Tournament will be held July 2-5 at the university courts. The tournament will be divided into eight divisions--men's singles, boys' 18-and-under singles, men's senior singles i'45-and-over), men's doubles, senior doubles (45-and-over), women's singles, girls' 18-and under and women's doubles. Entry fee is $5 for singles and $3.50 per person for doubles. Deadline is June 28. Further information can be obtained by contacting Stanley Farr at WVU. EnL-} forms at available from Dart Wcadc;vs at Meadowbrook Recreation Club. Title Poca High captured the All-Area Alliance tennis championship this season with a 12-0 league record. Members of the team are, from left, kneeling: Mark Pottorff, Bobby Cloxton, Bobby Harrison, and Leon Brown. Standing. Rick Harris, Timmy Allison, Rick Gritt and Tom Pottorff. It was Poca's first year in competitive tennis. Shorter Undergoin; Our $5.00 fete igM. and21.5mpg, it'll make you a believer. Ccrr.e out. Fc: 55.00 ·'/% 'n :ai» you 'jp over ;rc:!:ic. Twice '^ ;ci^i 'js Tfr '.::::c^'.r.g !ueie','Cr,C-'.y :.-'..' miles per yalicr x: '.ruse spec; i :r:0'..'W.3n"n ilvCi. p.v.-vt ;hat teir..:\-'" :iy c'Jr. siv? y.::: Triv-.-: !i:;:e '-':"· 9 e a. e * 0 e a 9 a BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Twice a day- Frank Shorter, an otherwise intelligent and sane individual who could be pursuing a promising law career, puts on a pair of sneakers and subjects himself to a brutal training schedule. Up and down the foothills of this mountain city and around the tracks at the University of Colorado, Shorter runs 15 to 25 miles a day. The 1972 Olympic marathon champion trusts the effort will produce another gold medal at the Montreal Olympics this summer. From the time the.Greek messenger Phidippides supposedly ran the first marathon to report a victory over the invading Persians and dropped dead in the process, all marathoners have been regarded as a bit daft. One prominent distance runner, who says he has run his last marathon, believes that "marathoners are crazy." That quality, perhaps, has contributed to the mystique that surrounds the marathon and the individuals who run its 26-mile, 385-yard distance. "It's a funny race." says Shorter. "You can't prepare for them by running them; you can only prepare by running shorter distances. I won't run any more marathons before the Olympics. "You're out there more than two hours, but you're not bored. The time goes very quickly because you're concentrating so hard. You get really involved with the race and with what your body is doing. "It's a race that doesn't lend itself to any pre-conceived strategy. You don't worry about what you're doing to do, be- Church Softball League Standings CHURCH SOFTBALL Leagut Stindlngi Mtn Eisl Wtst Turn W L Tf»m W L Central 9 I Emmanuel 9 0 Prcsby S 1 Grace 7 I Oakrldge 6 2 Bream 5 3 Starcher 7 3 Calvary 3 6 Randolphs) 4 6 Trinity Luth 3 6 St. Marks 2 6 Christ Meth 3 7 Trinity Metli 2 6 B'nai Jacob 1 7 Asoury 0 3 St. Paul 0 8 Stars of th« Wttk Central-FrodK/le and Jerry Stevens; Trinity Luth.- Dan Slusser and Merle Hackney; Christ Meth.-Senioe Shew; Randolph SI.-- Wayne Green and Bill Jordan; Asbury-Jimmie Fiber. Women Team W L T«»m W L St. Marks ! 1 Christ Meth 4 4 Bream 6 3 Trinity Luth 2 4 Central 5 3 B'nal Jacob 2 5 Emrranuel 5 3 Stjrclwr ~ 5 MorrlsMcm 5 3 Presby 0 8 St«rs of tlM WHk St. Marks--Nancy Pricn and Susie Robertson; Bream-Janet McNott and Cindy White. A double elimination slow-pitch soflbjl! tournament will be held June !2-]3 «t Slssonvillc Hloh School. The tournament it sponsored by the Sinor.ville Community education and Recreation Advisory Council. Entry let U HO plus twd Dudley soltballi. To enter call 9I4-07«9 or 9S40301. cause it doesn't do. any good. And you're better off being very calm before a marathon, not psyched up." Shorter also insists that the object in running a marathon is nol ncj;3saiiiy to win. To many marathoneii. it appears, just finishing the race is rr;oru important than victory. "Everybody likes to win, but the point is for you to try as hard as you f . i an, to perform to your capabilities," he says. "You can lose and still feei ,-oiy good about what you've done. The personal satisfaction is more important that public acclaim. Maybe that's unique to distance runners." Another unique aspect of the marathon is that no young track athletes ever set out to become marathoners. As Shorter says, "It's someth:.::; ".T.; begin to realize over the course of time -- after y-riu've lost enough of the shorter races and won a few long ones." Shorter. 28, won the U.S. Olympic marathon trials last month in Eugene. Ore., in a time of 2 hours, 11 minutes, 51.1 second -nearly 30 seconds faster than his time in winning the event at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. The 5-foot-10.133-pound Shorter also will try to qualify for the Olympic 10,000 meters later this month. C a e Xumber one In pilot education lor someiarj down-lo*earth reasons. rUnaxha Airport Charleston. H.Va. 342-5646 a a a a a a a e a e a a \tl "JOE THE TAILOR SPECIAL BICENTENNIAL SALE * EXTRA * PANTS - O R - VEST n?.76 * * * 47.76 * * * (OFFER EXPIRE JULY 4th 1976) FORMAL FASHION RENTALS Let us help you make the right selection of fashionable wedding apparel for "THE DAY" - Perfect for evenings too! "JOE THE TAILOR" CUSTOM TAILOR RENTALS 703 Fife Street *- Phone 346141

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