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July 20, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 48

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Gardner Feels Newcomers Will Add Depth WVV Needs WHEELING, (AP)-Fresh from a hectic recruiting season, West Virginia University basketball Coach Joedy Gardner feels his newcomers will add the depth that last year's 14-13 squad lacked. "We just didn't have the people to substitute last year. But we think we have remedied the situation. I am expecting a much improved team," he told the Wheeling News-Register while on a vacation visit to the Northern Panhandle. Three of the four recruits are backcourt men: Dana Perno, a 6-2 whiz who averaged 21 points a game at Uniontown (Pa.) High School; Jess Hutson, 5-11, also from Uniontown, with time at Robert Morris Junior College and the U.S. Army; and Tony Robertson. 6-5 from Detroit, who averaged 22.9 points and 10 rebounds a game at Eastern Arizona Junior College. Need Help at Curds "We were especially looking for help at the guards," Gardner said. "When we got beat last year, it was at the guards. If something happened to Earnie Hall, we would really have been in trouble for ballhandling." The fourth newcomer is Junius Lewis, a 6-11 center from Hugeoot High School in Richmond, Va., who averaged 15.3 points and 15.1 rebounds last year. The 17-year- old was contacted by 500 schools, Gardner said, with the Atlantic Coast Conference schools particularly battling for the tall center. WVU associate coach Bill Ryczaj visited Lewis 18 times, while Gardner was there eight times, the coach said. Gardner said he feels he can bring Lewis along slowly because he still has Warren Baker this season. Cti Jump ud Retort "Maybe Warren isn't the ideal pivotman because he's only 6-f oot-7 but he can jump and rebound and plays very well with his back to the basket," he said. "It took him much of last season to learn to play our post defense the way we wanted it but we won't have to worry about that this year. "He has to play at center because he doesn't handle the ball well enough to be a forward and doesn't shoot well enough facing the basket. But he can score and rebound in the pivot." Also returning will be forward Stan Boskovich, who became a standout in raidsea- son last year; Hali, a playmaker who sets up offense; and Bob Muggins, whom Gardner calls "a tremendous worker." Gardner, a 1959 WVU team cocaptain who returned last season as coach, also is enthusiastic about the plans for a new basketball league with teams such as Duquesne, Villanova, Penn State and Pitt. "The league will be very competitive, especially if we have an NCAA berth at stake, as we expect to," he said. "It's easier to get a team up for games in a league or conference." Softball Tourneys The East Bank Athletic Boosters will sponsor a slow- pitch Softball tournament July 25-26 at East Bank High School. Entry tee for the double elimination tournament is $30 plus twosoftballs. Deadline for entering is July 23 at 9 p.m. Contact Robert R. Canterberry at 5H-1093. A sanctioned double elimination women's soltball tournament will be held at Clay's Bradley Field July 26-27. Entry fee is 530. Deadline for entering is July 23 at 11 p.m. Call John Gency at 587-4138 or Mike Schoonover at 587-4622. The Charleston district fast-pitch Softball tournament will be held July 26-27. Deadline for entering is Midnight July 24. To enter call SJ. Easterling at 342-5336 before 6 p.m. Secretary of State James McCartney Smiles at Son Jim The Morgantown Natives Are Playing in Their First Public Courts Tourney -Stiff Photo by Leo Chabot BOYS' B.B. Kelly Sparks Northeast, 7-1; Charleston Central 7-3 Victor ©? NA1IONWISE Auto Paris WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AT THESE PRICES: ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY "* ur * TWO 3704 IbcCtrUc Ave., S. I., Kwtowha CHy 925-5271 IOCATHNIS «H2 MKCttkle A«. $. W., So. OH*,!* 7M-0951 Paul Kelly starred on the pitcher's mound and at bat Saturday, leading Charleston Northeast to a 7-1 victory over Kanawha Central in the Area 5 Little League championship game. Charleston Central won the Area 4 title "with a 7-3 verdict over Charleston Western. The other three area championships will be decided Monday. * * · NORTHEAST'S KELLY limited Kanawha Central to Tod Carroll's home runs in pitching a six-hitter. Kelly paced Northeast's seven-hit attack with a home run and a single. Roger Littleberry powered Charleston Central's triumph with a homer and two RBI. Tim Moore supplied a double and knocked in a run and winning pitcher Alan Thompson and John Amick each collected a pair of singles. Clendenin'i Tom Gandee enjoyed a perfect day at the plate, slamming two home runs and a single and driving in five runs, to power Clendenin past Dunbar, 7-6, and into Monday's Area 3 finals. One of nil homers was a grand slam. to Area 2, Roane County's Mike Hilbert homered to pace a 3-1 decision over Nitro. Mark Logston, Sam Call and John Dunlap combined for four homers and seven runs batted in to lead St. Albans Western's 7-1 Area 1 triumph over North Putnam. Aroa 1 at Hurricane St. Albani Weitern 340 OOP - 7 11 0 North Putnam 001 000 - 1 1 1 Cristian and Jeff Roy; Tod Martin and Bill Boggess. S. . A. West - Mark Logston 2-3 inc. 2 homers, Sam Call 2-3 inc. homer, John Dunlap 1-3 inc. homer; North Put -- Bill Boggess 1-2 Aroa 2 at Ravomwood ROOM County 000 111-3 5 0 Nitre ··· 000 010 -- 1 3 0 Moe Starcher and Ron Hershman; Bob Hundley and Jerry Bell .Roane - Mike Hilbert homer, Brian Barker triple, David Cross double Nitro. Araa 3 at South Charleston Dunbar .'- 302 100-4 i 0 Condemn 104 OJx-7 i 4 Bayless, Starcher (4) and McNeil; Sparrand Samples. Dun - Dan Bailey 2-3 inc. homer; Clend - Tom Gandee 3-3 inc. 2 homers Area 4 at Kanawha Ctty Charleston Central. 004 210-7 I 1 Charleston western 000 300-3 3 S Alan Thompson and Timmy white; Mike Poindexter, Brian Helmick (3) and Jeff Thomas. Central - Roger Littleberry homer and.2 RBI, Tim Moore double and 1 RBI; John Amick 2 singles, Alan Thompson 2 singles. Area 5 at DuPont Kanawho Control 000 100-1 « S Charieiton Northeast IN Six - 7 7 0 Tod Carroll and Tim Lyons; Paul Kelly and Terry Halstead. Northeast -- Paul Kelly 2-2 inc. homer, David Stone doule; K Central -- Tod Carroll homer Monday's Schedule Areo 1 at Hurricane 6 p.m - St. Albans Western vs. St. Albans Eastern Area 2 at Ravenswood 6 p.m. - Cross Lanes vs. Roane County Aroo 3 at South Charleston 6 p.m. -- Clendenin vs. Mountaineer Babe Roth at St. Albans South Charleston defeated Logan, 7-1, Saturday to remain undefeated in the Babe Ruth Tournament for 13-year-olds at St. Albans. St. Albans scored a pair of wins -- 15-3 over Man and 13-11 over Beckley - to remain alive in the double elimination tourney. S. A. and Logan will square off in to- Rejloo Five Mbe Ruth 13 Williamson ···0» 00-1 2 3 Btcktey 343 «--II 12 2 Peoples. Smith U), Hart (5) and Williamson, Jude (4); Farley, Moran (2) and CfDell, Martina (2) Beckley -- Parlay 3-3 inc. 2 doubles and 4 RBI; Martina 2-3, Holliday 2-2 inc. double St. Albans 100 0(10H-15 10 1 Man 001 011-3 3 2 Bailey, Jones (6) and Gandee; Spolarich, Davis (51, Browning (5) and Dickerson S. A. -- Jarvin double Jones double and 3 RBI, Sauvageot 2-run homer, Bailey 2-5 inc. homer and 2 RBI; Man - Kirk 2-3 ion,,, _ 000 Wl-1 4 5 South cWrtntOB 001 411 X-7 7 2 Armentrout, Johnson (4) and Christian; Scharf and S C - Covach double, Kinder 3-4 inc. 2 doubles and 3 RBI day's first game, with the winner to face South Charleston. In St. Albans' squeaker over Beckley, Pat Templeton came in with the bases loaded to quell a three-run rally in the last inning. Babe Ruth 15 LOGAN -- South Charleston nipped Logan, 4-2, Saturday to remain the only undefeated team in the Babe Ruth Tournament for 15-year-olds. S. C.'s Donald Dent reached base in the eighth inning and stole second and third to start a winning two-run rally. He continued home on an overthrow and Mike Snodgrass singled for an insurance run. South Charleston will meet the Logan- Williamson winner at 1:30 p.m. today. If S. C. loses, a second game will follow. South Charietton ON 010 12-4 3 2 Logan 000 000 20-2 S 3 Jim Sutherland and Mike Snodgrass; Tony Blackmon and M. Kacey S.C. - Tom Kinder 1-1, Sam Femia 1-3, Mike Snodgrass 1-3 Btraet Leads M Wii Jeff Barnes struck out 11 batters and pitched a one-hitter as Charleston Central- Kanawha City downed Kanawha Central 5-1 in Senior Little League tournament play Saturday at Blackwell Field. Today's schedule shows Elk District vs. Charleston Northeast at 1 p.m.; Mountain State vs. Charleston Central-Kanawha City at 3 p.m. The winners will play at 5 p.m. and that winner will advance to Monday's 6 p.m. championship play against North Putnam. In Saturday's first game, Mountain State completed a rain-interrupted 11-8 victory over Charleston Midwestern. Sonlor Lrttt* UMM Mountain Stoto. M 003 1-11 » S durlisttn MWwMMrn. 001 OU 0 - 1 2 5 Mike McCuneand Timmy Ramey; Buzzy Morgan, Jerry Sodaro (5) Mark Brown (6) and Scott Taylor Mt. State -- Steve McCune double, Mike McCune 2-4 inc. triple, Harry Allrad 2-5, Babe Weems 2-3; Midwestern -- Scott Tincher double KiniwhlCtty Ill 001 1-5 I 1 Konowho Control .001 OK 0-1 1 1 Boswell and Myers; Jeff Barnes and Ball. Mining: Kanawha City - Mark Hodges 2-3 inc. triple John Willis triple, Gunnoe triple, Barnes triple. · ^^^^___ FRAM FRAM AIR FILTER 1 LIMIT 2 FOR MOST CARS EXCEPT VEGA. Got maximum gas efficiency from your car. Replace your air filter regularly. Do it yourself and save too! DON'T MISS TURNPIKE FORD'S APPRECIATION DAY I WATT POWELL PARK-TODAY-1:30 pjn. SAVE AT NATIONWISE ON ALL YOUR SUMMERTIME CAR CARE CHEMICALS! IT'S TURNPIKE FORD'S PAY TO SAY "THANKS" TO THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE HftPD MAKE OUR FIRST YEAR IN BUSINESS A SUCCESS! FREE TICKETS See the Turnpike Ford Representative across from the Bonanza Restaurant for your Free Tickets. FREE T-SHIRTS tii.fi i*» * ·*»* · · * · *.'. »* · «' · ·* * " * *o · GUMOUT CARB. CLEANER PT. MARVEL MYSTERY OIL ...... QT. ETHYL MOTOR OR OIL SAVER ........... . ... 15 OZ. RISLONE ENGINE TREATMENT .... QT. WESTLEY'S UNDERCOATING ... 20 OZ. WYNN'S TRANSMISSION SEALER CONDITIONER ...... 15 OZ. f j ' j - rorburett'- YOUR CHOICE! EACH » I" 5 J ~" » * o i _. ,,?» 701 X-U 11 2 Farra and O'DeM; Sauvageot, Quick (5), Templeton (7) and Williams, Gandy (7) Beckley - Farley double, Odell 2-3; S. A. - Jarvm double and 2 RBI, Bailey 2-4 and 3 RBI) Sauvsgwt 3-4, James 2-3, Vinson 2-4 inc. 2 RBI Todays SchtMt 1 p.m. - St. Aloans vs. Logan 4 p.m. -- winner of first game vs. South Charleston Bowman Second InJ.O.Mile JEFFERSONVELLE, Ind. - Dave Bowman of Duval High School finished second in the regional Junior Olympics mile run here Saturday. Bowman's 4:18.2 time earned him an alternate's designation for the national Junior Olympics meet Keith Amos of Morgantown was third in the 440-yard da* with a 50.1 performance. A 15-nainber team represented Westflir- ginia in Ae regional competition. 7 Free T-Shirls for all Kids 15 Years and Younger plus Mini Mustang to be given away (You must be present to Win) VISIT TURNPKE FORD AND LOOK OVER (MR CHEAT SELECTION Of MO*Y SAVRK NEW ft USED CARS I TRUCKS 'HAWK HI-BEAM D.C. POWER PROFESSIONAL TIMING LIGHT AUTO COOLANT RETURN SYSTEM DQI1 YOURSELF AND SAVE! "WI WANT TO MAKE YOU HAPPY" FORD Model 3551 I Jsto cooiwt rjtum sjttttn. 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